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EVENING 11ULLKT1N, HONOLULU. T. It., fiUDAY, AUO. I, 1910.
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TEAMS TO MEET ONCE
MORE ON THE DIAMOND
On Sunday Portuguese Will Play the
Vls.tors Two Games on Satur
dayCastle to Pitch for the
Tonionow afternoon at tho Alllletlr
Pnik another Interesting ball gamo
wttl tnlff. filnrn ulipn lit,, Wnumlnu
nnil tho Onlm College Alum til meet
for the thltil time. Much rivalry ex
ists between thu teams, mul tlm .lap-
nneso nro going o strain uvcry ncro
In imlcr to get at least one itnry
ncr tho ex students.
Tlio Onlm College men mo In lino
form nt present and A. 1.. Cnsllo, who
will ilo tho twirling for them, fcelK
well enough to )llch nnothpr hcvcii
teen Inning gamo If necessary. Thu
supporters' of- both trams Ii.uo nn
nounceil their Inlentluu at being pre
sent In fore", nnil there will liu biiiiic
thing doing for pure.
Wlnno will cntch for the I'iiiih, nnd
he anil Castle form n very strong
battery that should keep the Wnsodas
guessing nil tho time. Hill Hampton
will bo on tho vpot, nnil If thing
get In n had wny for tho Onlm uih.
thi'io U tin Inlllnc what Itlll will ill)
to pull 'ho g.ihin out of tho (Ire. Wil
liam may piny u loose game some
times and then, when nil seems lost,
ho gel'H'u'linll on tlio nose, and when
Inn excitement Is over It U found
that Kill Is sitting on third or 0I30
has Just got homo safe.
Hampton Is always toady to relieve
Cnsllo and ho can pitch with tho best
of them when called iiion to ilo to
In Cnsllo and Hampton tho Collegians
have n strong pair of pitchers who
will win many u gitno In tho best
Tho Wufcdns nro practicing dally,
and they havo learnzd n lot about tho
game slnco coming to Honolulu. They
will nstonish tho other teams over In
Japan when they return homo and
tho Kclos will hne to look to their
Ttmr.1 will lm two crimen tomorrow
nnil the first will bo between the
Chlncto Athletics and tho Japanese
Athletics. Tho C. A. C.'H reel ho
much elated over their victory last
Bnnilnv. Hint theV will Btl'II onto till)
illnnionil feeling Unit they can wipe
thP ground with tho J. A. U.S. mil
thero will bo a gront struggle before
tho game Is ended and, as Aynti. tho
big hlttir who won 8undny'H game
Tor tho C. A. C.'s. will havo left for
Maul, tho Japanese will probably hold
tholr own with tho Celestials.
On 8unilay thero will also bo two
nines, ntid the llrst will bo btween
tho Marines nnil tho Chinese Athle
tics. The half-wets want to bent the
Chinese but whether they can or not
Is a problem.
The second gamo will sco tho Wn
sedaB up ngalnot tho I'ortngueso and
a good go Is expected, This gamo
.uiit i.n ihn Inst that tho Wuscdas will
play hero for some tlmo its they go
to Maul mid Haw nil for a series of
Thero will bo precautions taken to
nnrrnw nn, I fliindnv ngnlnst any ro
petition of tho rough house stunts
that niado last Suudny sucli an excu
Ing nnd oeutful occasion,
u n n n it t: :: i: n : n :: h n n
KULAMANU II. AND HAWAII
ESCORT VISITOR TO SEA
All Yachtsmen Delighted With Visit
to Honolulu Will Boost for
Next Race More Entries Ex.
Ycsterdny afternoon the Swcetlie.irt
cleared from Honolulu nnd stnrted otf
on her long lonely trip to San I'edro,
It wns 3 o'clock when tho yacht got
itway fiom tho Atnkcn street wharf,
and ns she headed out from tho har
bor sho was accompanied by tho
launch Ktitmnanii II and tho Hawaii
There wns quite n party of sailing en
thusiasts on bnrril the Kulnmami, and
('ommodnnc and Mrs. Smith, Mr and
Mrs. !l.iugcr, Mr and Mrs. Iliizmril
nnd others were In evidence Tiin
Hawaii was sailed by Captain Wilder,
mid be had with him W C Wilder,
Harry Wllden, Cullen, Jiyk O'llrl-n,
Henry lintli, V. J. Whitney and K.ng
Hie Pwcelhenrt looked well ha she
ran down towards Diamond Heal mid,
just beforo reaching that point, tlin
Kiilnmanu mid Hawaii gave a lin.il
s,ilii(u and started back for tho har
bor. It wns soon uftorw.uds noticed
that tho .Sweetheart cmno about nnd
proceeded on the lecwnnljcourne. Till
was done to avoid (he wetland uoiially
weather that was prevailing on the
othei couue. i
The il"iiartiiro f tho Sweetheart
Just ubout marks the end of the trans
I'ncltl" race of ID1U inil, Hlthour.b
thero were so few entries, the eont
has stirred up n lot of Interest and
lins ndverlUcd the fact that Hawaii Is
on tho m.tp ns tcgards sports as well
Commodore Smith and snvernl of
tho momlwrs of his crow will l-ae
for tho mainland on (ho Korea, which
sails on Suudny next. All tho yacht 5
men sny that they had :i good lime,
and Hint (ha hospitality of Hawaii Is
woiidorful. Alt cl tho vie! tors nopo to
mako another trip down In 1912 and,
from the way thoy speak, there will
bo it great bunch of boostcra on the
Const for tho next race,
Tho Molllloii Is settled In Hawaiian
waters for good, and she Is it great
acquisition to tho local licet of yachts.
Commodore Ward, who sailed her
down, will probably return from 1 1 Ilo
tomorrow, and ho Intsnds leaving for
tlio Coast on tho l.urllne, which pulls
out on Tuesday next.
Now that tho Hawaii Iirs won mt in
tho long raco it Is up to tho yacht
clubs of tho Pacific "oast to giit In
nnd see Hint the next race In 1912 Is
tho best of the lot, and that nt leant
six yachts start In t't'j event. Com
modoro Smith said 'csterdny that It
was difficult to, get amateurs who
could spurn the time nccesBnry to
make the round trip frun the main
land to Hawaii nnd back again. Thou
If professionals were used there was
not tho samo keen Interest token In
tho handling of the bouts', nnd tho
consequence was that tho very best
pnsslblo results were not obtained,
O00D FORM AND SPEED
Won One Game at Maitland Had a
Tough Go With Maoris at Syd
ney Fast Games Through tho
Thero Is no doubt (hat the Callfor
nlnn UnlUTslty footballers nre learn
ing n lot nbout tho lliigby gamo in
Australia mid New Zealand. In Borne
of (ho mutchos tho AniTleans lead
for tho first half, but then their lack
of knowledge or the liner points of
lliigby cost them dear.
The follow lug accounts of soma
games plucd by the Ciilirorulmis
will be rend with Interest. Maltlnnil.
where the tilth game was plajed. Is
n country town not cr far from
N wcnstlo. N. 8. W Tho Call's pe
cHI lepresi'iitallNo wit rrfli "TThierP
can team writes ns follows.
In the third match, which was play
ed at the 8)i)iiiy cricket grounds on
Juno in, the Americans thoroughly
surprised the Maoris of New Ztalanri
mid nt half tlmo led by n scoro of 11
points to 0. In the second halt the
Maoris making tho game more open
nnd showing better condition, we're
iiown tho collegians and won b 15
What really lost the gnme for the
Americans was a luck of knowledge
of (ho lino iKilnts of lliigby. Tho
passing was slow nnd tho cross kick
ing III limed. Occasionally tlm men
got nut of their places at the most
critical period of tho attnek or de
fense Tho rush stopping of nearly
eery man on the team nnd tho punt
ing of thu backs were wry good.
Another gatnu was plajeil on Mon
day with tho Maoris again ns oppon
ents. This tlmo somo of tho Ameri
can backs, notably Kern, Walts, ISrb
nnd Allen, were kept out of the game
In anticipation of n hard struggle
ngalust the university on tho follow
ing Sat unlit). Dcsplto a strong, de
fense by the iinltortdly boys, tho Ma
nrl backs time mid (line sgaln mude
fierce onslaughts on thu goal. Tho
final score was 21 to 3,
Tho fifth match of tho trip was
plajed at Mnltlnnd on Wednesday,
Juno 29, against n representative
team of the Hunter Union district
Tho American forwards overrun the
opisltliin. Tho lineup was:
Forwards Pnuly, Lcavltt, llorton
Dole, .Minium, Thoriio. Clicdii, lieu
KIo eighths Illllot. Sanborn
Thiet? - quarters rtoth, Harris,
l'ullhai k Drown.
On Saturday Inst tho Americans
played their last gamo against 8yd
ney university. Four games In one
week proved (' great a task Tho
final scoro of tho mutch was 13 to 8
In favor of Kydney
I'lKitlmll In Australia nnd New Zea
land has reached n high stato of pen
feet Ion The gapieq, bet ween .yatr;
Ha unq Now Zealand were ejeopen
ors to the Americans, One who has
not seen such gamos can not Imagine
(tint football can bo so fast
(Bar-nut. let in ads PY-wm
it Secretaries and managers of
it athletic clubs nre Invited to send
it In (ho dates of any events which
it they may bo getting up, for In
it scrtlon under (he nbno head
it Address nil communications to
it tho Sporting IMItor, II u 1 1 o 1 1 n.
it Oahu League 8eries,
it August 7. C. A. C. vs Mnrlnes.
it August 7. P. A. C. vs. Wnscdn
it Oahu Juniors.
it August 7. C. A. U. Jrs. vs. Pa
it August 7. Mil Hocks va Asnhls.
it August 21. Foursome, Country
ii August 0. Match.
ti August K. O. Hall Cup.
ii August 4. Wall Cup.
it August 13. Maul s. Honolulu,
ti August 10. Kauai vs. Fifth Cav-
ii August 13 Oahu vs. Kau.il.
ti Ailgunt 9-Y. M C A s Fort
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WAll II1 TENNIS Will
Too Wet Yesterday for Play Castle
nnd Richards to Meet This Alt
trnoon Good Matches Are Ex
There was no tctlnls jesterilay aft
ernoon owing Jo (he ruin which fell
out near Thomas Square. Tho Iter
ctanla courts were not nt to play on,
and tlio Wall Cup tournament hud
to bo postponed. This afternoon tho
matches which wete scheduled for
jretcrday will lie plajed, and nt I
oVlock Cnptuln low will piny Low.
rcy, nnd II. A. Cooke will tackle
At half-past four o'clock A. l,
Castle will pin) Atherton lllchard.
who tins already beaten Irving Hurd.
The match should ho n good one, nnj
no doubt n big crowd will attend jt
the courts to watch tho champion
nnd joungster battle It out.
T hemline HI hnrds Is also to pby
C (1 l.'otkua nt half past four this
afternoon, ami (he match should be
an Interesting ono. The semi finals
will be plajeii tomorrow and the 11
nnls probably on Monday next.
ti ii it
Cy Young, (ho celebrated plt:hcr,
has Just won a gamo that makes bis
tally live hundred victories. In 1901
Young pitched n no-hit, tio-ninti
reuched-llist gamo, and that wus tho
most remarkably performance of hli
H WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
August 3, 4, 5, 0
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U. S. M. C. vs. 0. A. 0.
P. A. C. vs. WASEDA
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Captain McCllll of tho Honolulu
crckct team Is tr)lng hard to get
n match up for tomorrow nftcrnoon
nt Muklkl. The proposed match Is
J to bo between eleven Scots nnd a
(cam of other nationalities.
MudUon, the boxer who nccounted
for Sarconl Inst week. Is going to
llllo (o tight Do Mello, tho Italny
CltythampliW. 'h8Tnenwlll box nt
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basketball teams will meet nt Port
Shatter next Tuesday, and u great
game Is expo:ted.
Alt the polo plB)ers are ready for
the opening match of the season,
which Ib scheduled to comn oft on
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Cnrdell Is keeping In trim for n
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