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MARINES FINISH SECOND IN, .
. JSERIES AND U 0. H. THIRD
Barry's Beauts (?) Way Down in
List The Leilehua Men Elated
Over Victory Fort Shatter and
Rugcr, Fifth and Sixth.
l tteenu strange to kcg the two
te:ims drawn from the Natlonnl
Guard occupying bucIi n low post.
(Inn ut the Ilnlsli of the Military
league BcricM. The Hospital Co.
once Harry's Invlnclblo lleautu nro
fourth tin the list, and the regular
N. a. II. team 1 third. The Fifth
Cavalry won out In tho competition,
and the Marines got Into second
place. Fort Shnftor and Fort Hugor
finished firth nnd sixth, respectively.
Tho final standing of the teams
waB as follows; Cavalry, .733; Ma
rines, .iJZfi; N. O. II., .ATI; Hospital
Corps, .461; Fort Shaftcr, .352;
Fort Hugcr, .200. Thus havo thfc
mighty l!catit fallen, and, from oc
cupying the position of champions,
now rank away down In the list.
Last year the Hospital Co. won all
before them, and they certainly play
ed great hall. None of tho other
teams had a chance against them,
and they wnlked away with every
match. This year they never got go
ing properly, and owing to n num
ber of reasons did not show up. well
at the finish.
The Fifth Cavalry did veil from
the start, and during the whole sea
son only lost four games. They won
eleven out of fifteen, and played good
bull all the time. In Hell and Hob-
Inson the Cavalry have a fine bat-
ery, and much of the credit sit their
winning the championship must be
given to these two men.
The Murines, in getting second In
the Service series, did remarkably
well, un'd the showing they made Is
a credit 'to them. Peyton did a lot
of pitching during the seusou, nnd
he nlso played on the Marine nine
In the Athletic Park ncrles. He bus
Improved n lot In his box work and
Is getting better every day, and the
half-wets are lucky to bttV0 " "tan
like ho Is y take the pla e of (Jib
son ami Hlnes.
There Vtis great rivalry between
the Hospital Co. and the N. G. II.
nines. At flrBt It was thought that
tho Deaiits would cosily heat tho reg
ular'Qudrd nine, but as. the season
went on It was seen that the Hurry
b'linch ha(f no't 'much' chuhco of climb
ing high up in the list..
Fort Shaftcr did not Intend to
take part In the series at first, but
after u while, wero induced to come
In. 'Holoun, their, pitcher, did good
work for his side, but, try as they
could, the Shatters could not do any
better than win sx and lose eleven
games. The Sha Iters -are noted tor
thelr'Jnever say die" Bylrlt, and they
deserved a better fate thrtn to fin
ish fifth lt the competition. Fort
Huger showed pluck in .getting into
the (scries, and .they will do better
next season, when they havo moro
a 'like, this, a man cart do more arid !
better work for a cool, refresh.
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XX July 30. J. A. C. vs. Marines.
July 31. P. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
XX July 31. C. A. C. vs. WnBitla
tt Oahu Juniors.
XX July 31. Asnbls vs. Palamas.
tX July ,31. Mil Hocks vs. C. A. C,
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XX August 13 Maul vs. Honolulu, XX
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XX July 30. Conlell vs. Comyn. XX
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St August 10. Kuiial vs. Fifth Cav XX
SS August 13. Oahu vs. Kauai. XX
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XX August 3.-V. M. C, A. vb. Fort SS
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tltno.to practise. They won four
Kamej tt lid lost eleven. .
The; Military boys play clean ball,
nnd It Is to be hoped that' noxt sea
son they get down to work early,
and that the public patronize tho
games bett'er'ithan they did during
the past season.
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' There Is some talk of a Married
Vs. Single cricket match to bo played
on A'ligust 0 nt Muklkl. Such n
inatih would be Interesting, and
some good play should be seen.
Tomorrow nfternoon nt tho Ath
letlr Park, the Wasedas will go up
against the Oahu College Alumni,
and a great gumo should result.
Saturday, July 30
. PAT C0RNYN of San Francisco
Fifteen Rounds Fifteen
Championship of Hawaii
BUGLER SARCONLvs. ED MADISON
Camp Very San Francisco
Time Called Eight-Thirty
PRICES Ringside, $3;- Reserved
Scats, $2 and $1; General -Admission,
Tickets nt Fitznatrick Bros.. Hotel
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BIG PROGRAM FIGURED
ON FOR SEPTEMBER
Hcalarr's nnd Myrtles Will Once
More Try Conclusions A New
I Barge Has Not Arrived for He
"lariis Old One to Be Used.
There, nro signs of great activity In
rowing circles and n strong revival In
both tho Myrtlo nnd llealanl boat
clubs. Tho regatta which is to coino
off In September Is tho cause of tho
stir, nnd on Monday next the crews of
tho two clubs will start ttctlvjo train
ing. Tho Hrulnnls turned the tables on
their old opponents last tlmo they
met nnd tho Myrtles nro determined
to rovcrso tho decision nt their next
meeting. The llealanla have lost the
services of their captain, Lloyd Conk
llng, nnd he will bo much missed. It
was bo that took chargo of things
somo tlmo ago nnd quickly got tho
younger members of the club going
well. It was n great scene when the
lleulunls won last tlmo nnd Conkllng
cnino In for a lot of congratulations
from friends and supporters of the
Hcrt Hcllbrnn will hold down the
position of captain of tho Ilcnlanls,
nnd n real good man he Is for the
Job. Ho was captain in 1906, and has
always been a prominent member of
Tho Hrnlanls will rely upon their
old slx-oar barge as tho new ono will
not bo here In time for the regatta.
However, tho old llealanl has been
remodeled und Is expected to carry tho
llealanl boys 'to victory.
There Is a strong probability of the
shell races being revived also, nnd Tt
is to be hoped that they arc, as they
are most Interesting. There are n
large number of mun In' training at
present and every afternoon a bunch
of oarsmen nro out on the water.
Over thirty freshmen arc taking to
tho gumo llko ducks to water, nnd u
fine lot of young man will booh bo
ready to throw dfjwn ,tho gauntlet to
Tho regattu is always a great day's
sport, and tho scene on the harbor
and at tho two bou'tsbeds u beautiful
one. The Myrtles won everything for
a number of yenrs, and the public got
tired of seeing tho broom elevated on
tbo Hug polo nt ttho Myrtle shed. Then
thu lust time somo races wero brought'
off, tho Ilcnlanls cumo out and won.
There was Joy at tho headquarters,
and It was then that Lloyd Conkllng
wus overwhelmed wlth .congratula
tions. Ilowing Is tho most healthful spoil
..... -( . . . (j OII mm uiu liiuiii HiciH, uvwucnu
of all, nnd onco? upon a Mime thorojJnck Corcleii nnd Pnt C'ornyn, should
used to be much more done than (hero
Is at present. Still, thore has been u
revival of tho sport, und the men whonnxous for the frny, and both think
havo taken hold of It havo Indeed that they can win. That Is a good
dono h lot to keep things going In J sign, and the icsult Bhould be n
Hotel near Fort
Will BE PIAYED
Australian Experts to Visit United
States The Tennis Men to Go,
International golf will receive n
great boom In this country next aen
Bon, when a tciun representing Aus
tralia, and headed by Dr. F. O, Hrath
walto, tho American vice-consul, who
will act In tho capacity of manager,
visits here. In addition to tho 'golf
ers thero will bo at least two lawn
tennis players In tho party.
Consldcrnblo correspondence has
gono on between tho two countries,!
lind n warm welcome for tho visitors
Is assured. Tho United States nolf
Association was communicated with,
and ltobert C. Wntson, tho secretary,
tins written Dr. Hrnlhwnltc proposing
Hint tho Australians compelo against
nn American team tho week Imme
diately preceding tho amateur cham
pionship tournament of 1911. That
this proposal will meet with favor
(hero can bo no doubt, for Dr. Ilralli
wallo has written to know when and
whero next year's flxturo will lu
It Is now planned for n tenm to
visit this country early noxt Bum
incr and tour America from const to
roast, taking part In tenm matches
nnd tournaments, but arranging tbo
schedule so us to take 111 both tho
ama,tcur nnd open championships. Tho
personnel of tho Australian team as
made up at present consists of eight
golfers nnd two lawn tennis players,
but It. Is iiosslblo that this number
may be increased.
Among tho visitors will bo Mich
ael Scott, tho amateur champion of
Australia and open champion of Now
South Wales and Victoria. Ho Is a
brother of O. Scott, who bus 'been
runner-up In' tho nmatcur champion
ship tournament of Oroat Ilrltnln.
Next on tho list Is Clydo Pcarcc, who
has been both open and nmatcur title
holder of Australia, '
A left-handed golfer .named Feb
Btoad, who recently -broke tho record
for tho courrc of tho Royal Molbourno
Club, will nlso come. Iist year Feb
stead won tho open championship
tournament of Australia, heating all
tho professionals. Another equally
well know golfer booked for tbo trip
Is Duncan, live times chnmplon of
New Zealand und runner-up In tho
Australian ainiilctir tournament In
Hruco Penrco, tin 18-year-old lad
with many victories In bis credit, will
be a member of tbo team. Ho Is
chnmplon of Tasmania and South Aus
tralia, ami altogether bo holds no less
than 13 minor chumploiishlp titles.
a a a
BOX TOMORROW M1
iBoth Men in the Pink of Condition
and Ready for. Contest Two
Preliminaries Arranged For.
A Tomorrow night nt tho Aloha Park
tlnen line lioxinc bouts will be null
ed off, and tho main' ovent, betwenu
bo ono of the best ever brought oft
In this Toirltory. noth men nro
lino contest that will please, tho fans.
Cordoll has eased up In his noil;
and today will only do somo slndj.v
spanlng aud medlcluc-bnll throwing.
He looks In the pink of condition
anil Is ready to light for hU life.
Cordell wants to make good this
time, arid, he will certainly mako
' Put has also wound up his hard
work and will tako things easy to
duy. Up feels fit as possible and. will
j5tc )i( the. r(ng tomorrow nlc,ht
Bsj-weU an liijnds can make him. The
go,-should.' be a beauty,' and It-will
bo w!lllns from the first tap of the
There will bo two preliminaries
and the llrBt will ho between two
unknowns, who will hit It up for
four rounds. Thou Huglor Sarcont
and Madison will Btep Into the ring,
and a lino battlo should be fought.
Sarcoul Is putting on weight and Is
etrongor now than he used to be
Madison Is a clever boxer and he will
.make things Interesting for the fit-
t plnr wltlla lia fu In Mm !., I
n.w. -,.., v ,u m .ii uig 1111,9. I
Fukuborl leads In the batting nv
eroges of tho Waseda team, and his'
11 Cures uto .333.
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