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WASEDAS BEATEN BY A
COMBINED SOLDIERS' TEAM
Bell Pitches Great Ball and Shuts
Out Japanese Onhu Alumni
Will Try Aga'.n on Saturday and
C. A. Cs, on Sunday.
There was Joy nt tlio Athletic Park
yesterday, afternoon, when tho All
Mlllliiry nine defeated tlio Wasolas
y a s.orc of I to 0. The wHIorn
were too Btiong, nml that wiib .ill
there was to It. Tho military hunch
scored one run In their Ilrst Inning
and thieo In their fourth. That
siiimiicil up ull tho runs made by
Tlio Wnscdas In their fifth Inning
hud all tlio bases full nid thru could,
not score owing to tho 'perfect way
or. The Japanese fans were worked
up to a great utnto of excitement
when, in the fifth, Mlkaiul got a
free pass to first, and then Ogawu
made first and socon3on a wild
throw. Mlkaml had succeeded In
reaching third, ami when Nnnomu'ra
bunted, tho man from third tnado for
homo like a (hot. Dell throw to the
catcher, and Mlkaml, seeing ho wob
up against It, started back for third
again, lie was tagged and put out,
but In the meantime Ocawn had
stqlpp 'front, BPfoud aid"(uBln.ihr-
was,a-rnan on third and one on sec
ond,, The next twp nicji, !f,,lif baf.
did, nothing, and 'tho daiiijor.ot.jthc
japaiieso inuring ',", vlp. , nj,t
fo;t)yi, Davis iil(rcllil fl'no work, nl
tboiiRh, the; sun shining In his eyes
,inodo hlniWnu a talltnn'co: ItV. Kb'w-'
evfc. wiped 0111 inai main uy uu
ting out a two-bagger and then get
ting home himself a little later.
The first half of tho third was a
red-hot exhibition of ball. Nono
mura walked, Hara flew to pitcher.
Yamawakl bit one at Hell, and he
threw to WolterB, who sent It on to
Davis, and tho two Japanese were
out. . .
Hcl add Klmmel formed tho bat
tery for (ho soldiers, and tho pair
did good wo.rk, Tl(( ipUltnry boys
certainty nin,iun togciiior.yf'Sicriiay,
and tho way 1 they kept theWnseda
There vaa n falr'-slicd' c'rowd pres
ent, and 'Jhb rooting for tho homo
tcanr was kapl going In stylo, The
Japanese scct)on of tho bleachers
showed 'Btena...or activity several
tliiica when tt, looked as It the visit','
ors, would score, but as tho Tact' bo
came apparent that the enlUlers
would win, (here was leea noise made
by tho Japanese fans.
On Batiirday the Oahu College
Alumni will meet the Wascdas again,
and another flue game la anticipated.
Thn on Bundaytho visitors wilt go
up against the Chlneso Athletics, and
a real-tough-atruggle should result
The official score was ns follows
au n mi sn PO A B
Hara. 2b ..,.4 0 1 1 2 3
,-YVOern covereu nimfcir wiin piij
yestcruny.' anu besides 110111,5 ,"od
vork,.wllh fllo'stltk', ho 'NefdeVl per-
ON A DAY
like this; a man can do more and
.: . better work for a cool, refresh-
-::- -::- ing drink. -::- -::-
GOME AND SEE US
u n ti tt ii n it it '' nil imnn
it COMING EVENTS. II
It I)A8t:UALL. II
II International Games. II
It July SO. O. C. Alumni vs. Wa- tt
II Oahu League Series.
tt July 30. J. A. C. vs. Marines.
tt July 31. P. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
tl July rfl.-C. A. C. vs. Waseda
tt Oahu Juniors,
tt July 31. Annuls is. I'ulamas.
tl July 31. Mu Hocks vs. O. A. C,
It Military League.
tt July 3().ll08pltul"Co. vs. Fort tl
II Iluitor. tt
It July an. Fort Shatter s. Ma- tl
It rlnca. tl
it Golf. it
tl July 31. Novelty Tournnment. It
tt August 21. Koursome. Country tt
tt Club. tt Now that the voting Is all pau and
tt Cricket. tt things nrn settling down to. their reg
it July 30. Match. tt ular level, It must be apparent to the
tl Tennis. tt visiting yachtsmen that Honolulu pco-
11 August K. O. Hall Cup. II
tt 'August 1. Wall Cup. tt
h Aiigini u.-jiaui vs. nono.iiiu. h
m U "iliiunu.) tt
It July 30.-Cordel. vs. Cornyn. tl
- . ,j
tt August ,10. Kaunl vs. Klfth Cav- tt
ti ntrv " tt
ii Aus"8t 13-r.n.a)J.i8-, Kual. . tt,
tt Basketball. tt
tt Angii3t 3.-Y. M. C. A. vs. Fort "
tt Shatter. s tt(
" , , ,,-u M H
it tt it it tt t: tt tt tt tt tt tt ii tt tt tt u i
Ifioln, 3b ... .4
Ol. lb ..I
Fukaborl, rf. .4
Matsuda, p ..:
Onuira, p , , . . I
Tnblta, It ..1
IV "lit I .
,. ., T.itAt ... 31. T 0
3 1 2' 13"
nl' ALUMIMTAnYVT''""' "-M
nm-ii' , AHitt UH HH PO'
Woltcrai2b.. . 4
aliison,. cf. !..4
1 ' 1
Klmmel, c . . .2
Hell, p 3
Total.. 28 4 3 226 12 3
Hara out, bunting third strike,
Score by Innings:
Iluns 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 000
ItOOo'JoioInlo ' c lD1 b,ow outB
iJli-MIMTAKY.' - lll cllunnol,1 Th0 ''car' "nrhor M
II. II. ..
Ilt?UB .g..k 1 0030000 I
11.. II. . . 1 ... j... 100200 00 3
Two-,base hlts.-AVOlters, Davis; left
Ion bases. Waseda 6, All-Military Cr
first base, on errors, Waseda 3, All
Military P;, double, plays, Davis to
Woltcrs, Hell to Wolters to Davis.
Ogawa jo Oj; ML by pitcher, Town
send: struck, nut, by Matsuda 0,
Omura 1, Ilolb 2; bases on called
balls, off Matsuda 2, Omura 2, Hell
2! wild pitch, Hell: passed ball, Klni'i,,,, w rcceive a very large
mcl; hits, off Matsuda 3, Omura 0;
chargo defeat to Matsuda. Umpires,
II. Walker and parr; orer, N. Jack
boh; tline.of game 1 .hour 34 min
(Additional Sports on Page 10.)
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0 Bulletin Editorial-Boom Phone 185,w'th a third cup. .
VISIT SUOAR MILL TODAY;
A DANCE ON SATURDAY
Coast Yachtsmen Will Attend Luan
on Tuesday Next Presentation
of Prizes to Be Made Then
All Enjoying Themselves
p ,rtio their troubles lightly. The
ght or hundreds of suffering miiIm
wanuerng Brotln, wUh a thlraty look
mnt lini'n rnnvllif.A.f
h visitor, that everybody .n Hon
lulu was not In favor of prohibition.
Tho yachtsmen laid off yitorday
and did nothing at all but leaf
uiuund:tliey. .pre. j;cU16BT,rjcK'iy tor,
tlio strenuous Hunts of the next lew
days, and h .start will be :ndq on
sightseeing this afternoon. A ,lsll
will bo mndo to Oahu sugar mill, ibis
ii . i .
nllornoon, and the mu nliiud evpert
0 sailors will be able to sco tho c'ue
(Kp..'," ' th0 carrier, and t,ben, otter a
stroll through tho mill, ace" trnvjgar
u being bngged. It won't bo tn)' Mime
" old sugar that they saw In tlii abnpa
0 of Juice a short llmo before, but that
, doesn't matter much when It coin to
merely .Illustrating-'tho' workinga'ct it
He fore the yachtsmen went down
the'coUntr 'they' were entertained at
lunch at the umemrjiai wuo, nu
from noon 1 till aoouti o ciock, .mere
0 "an 'a ge'n'lai " bunch , of sailing, iun
0 gathere'd'.u'round ,the tables' at,i the
0 'club. "
01 Ail tho .visitors, are, looking forward
-jto tho recejition and ball which will
0 be glvon at tho Moana Hotel on 8t-
0 unlay night next Tho dance la going
u to bo one of tho greatest evenja n
1 the social line that baa been pulled
Oft In Hawaii for a long time, and
some six bundle J Invitations have
been sent out
It In thought that on Sunday when
tho yachtsmen start on the proposed
trip to Pearl Harbor, they will surely
eurslon will open "tho eyes of the iun
from the mainlanil. and they' will, be
surprised to see the extent of' (he
The presentation of the prltes won
In tho trans-I'aciftc race wilt' tako
placo on Tuesday next, when a- big
lu'au will be. Beld. Tills form Of'en.
tertalnmeut will bo new to moat of
tho yachtsmen and the Hcene will not
'(, forgotten. in a hurry by them.
captain Wilder, on behalf of Mho
handome calabash, .md It will bo; for
years to come, u. trophy that' every
one In Hawaii will bo proud of. An
other. smaller calabash will KO.to
U'nmnijMlore Hmlth,, who did sufch good
work on" the Swceth 1 rt, ana-Comtno-
doro Ward of tho Mollllou will not be
forgotten, aa he will bo presented
Hotel near Fort
IEX RICHARD BARES
StCRETS OF H(iHTiNew OrpiieUITl
Had Jeffries and Johnson Signed Up
Before Bids Were Entered by
BAN 1TIANCISCO, July S. Tex
Illckard has bared all of thu deal-
Ings which led up to the matching
of Jeffries and Johnson In tho great
est pugilistic battle of the century. !
ilb says that ho had both fighters
signed up two days before the bids
were put In, and that no other pro
moter had a chance to land the mill. '
Illckard alro told of tho cutting of
the purso and gnvo out many Inside
stories concerning tho fight which
have not been printed. Ho says:
"I had both fighters signed up two
days before Undo Tom McCarcy and
the others put In their bids In New
York. Thcro were no bids consid
ered. The other promoters were dou-L
bio crossed; they dldu t have a look
In. I signed both Jeffries and John
son to fight for me. I dealt with
Johnson personally and with l'orgar
for Joffrlcs. Itcrger said Id have to I
take (ileason In with me before I J
could get Jeffries, - I agreed to. .do I
MhlB-. '-Whether the other- slde-JiaiU
anyone elto In with It I don't know.
1 do not bellovo thnt Coffroth had a
cent Interest with (Jlenson, and be
certainly did not with me..
"Each fighter thought tho other
had been double-crossed. First I
gave Jeffries a bonus of $10,000. he
thinking that Jo'hnson was getting
tho worst of tho deal. Then I gaw
the same aniount to the negro, . . I
paid Jeffries. his 110.000 thirty days
before thought, and tho night after
tbe' fight I -paid, him- the remaining
14000., ,ww-r ; , ...
"Ulda were opened, but no one bad
a chance'. It dldn.'tMnakJs'h'ny, differ
ence now nign nil- went; rwe iuo
them clnche,d. All hoseHelloa who'
traveled to) New York wero'6'n a wffd
"liefore the flc'iters signed I had
(o put up J22.000 with Stakeholder
iioi) itiurpny, me rw torx umc
man, who was ugreed Umn, nnd I
had to lend Johnson $2r00."
llirknrd exhibited Johnson's re.
celpt for the $10,000 bonus, nnd Midi
L- .. ... i..- 1. ...1.1. ih.l
110 was gums tu nct:i u. nmi tiiv
one from Jetrtes, as souvenirs.
"Now m to the cutting up of the
purse," rail Illckard. "It was de
cided to cut It 7& and 25. This
agreement held until nbout three
days before the fight at Iteno. Then
I, visited Johnson and asked him It
he didn't want to cut tho purse dlf-
fcrcntly;. Ho agrrcfl'io'cttl it &u anu
60. 1 went tajefl. I -was the odly'l
agent between them. No one else
knew a thing ubout It. Jeffries re
fused to cut It so ami no. but. finally
agreed to a cut of 40 and co, which
scheme of division was adhered Ud."
HJckani showed checks for $90,-
000, and said 'that he would uet mo
i whole amount that hla cstlmato of
the gate receipts was correct
."We drew a house that paid $227,
775," he said. "Wo. still have a
sixth Interest In the moving pictures,
and the fight against them Is only
going to make money for us. It's tho
best advertising In the world.
"There Is tin ordinance In this city
which can prevent the showing of
San ,Franclnco, all right.
"These crooked politicians give me
a pain. 'l, don't know who Ib be -
hind Mayor McCarthy, but I do know
that this country Is getting to be
run, by crooked politicians. This is
certainly one crooked towh,"
"If I had ,$120;00b Inniy, kick I
wouldn't allow' myself t6 be licked
before I stepped Into the ring," said
Jm Corbett .before leaving for Hie
Kast. "Why, Jeffries was worried to
death over that fight. He was all
right physically, but he was decid
edly not all right mentally'
(Jorbett has left In the Overland
Limited for New York, Ills next
stunt 011 the stage will be to tell
bow Johnson licked Jeffries at Ilsno
and the reason why.
Tex nickard has received a tele
gram from William Hammersteln ol-1
taring him a theatrical engagement
at $1500 a week. "What do yru
know about that?" said Tex. "I tore
up the letter. No atage for mine."
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