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BIG CROWD AHENDED
I'KnTKsr Meeting yesterday
JAPANESE COMMITTEE HAD OTHER GROUNDS BUT DID
inui nnvc Hint iu cimi
, A special meeting was hM In the
odlce of Charles Chilling. north yes
terday rtflernoon'al 3:3ft o'clock for the
purpose of thrashing out tlto protect
oer the All-Chlneio-Kclo game of
The board of arbitration una pres
ent to hear both sides of the matter,
Messrs. K. K 8teere; A I.. Castle nnd
K. Tnwnsehd compoilng the board.
The Japanese committee, consisting
of five; the Chlncic representatives,
numbering two. nnd many other Inter
cited fin were present at tho meet
ing, which lusted fully ari hour nnil a
half, nt the expiration of which the
hoard wan Btlfl unable to render a de
cision. After the protest was read tho Jap
anese committee, w-nit ashed whether
there were any' grounds which the committee-find
not filed In their protest.
One of the representatives stated that
there were u'fewr more grounds which
the committee dfd not have time to ndd
to the protest, saying that twenty-four
hours was ton Miort a time. The other
grounds were allowed to bo heard.
Ono of the representatives of the He
log saw tfiat there was 11(116 chance on
winning In the two points stated In tho
protest tried to show that the causo of Treadyvny, promoter of the series. In at tho old league grounds,
tho stopping of the game was not on writing this evening. There Is no doubt Hint it big croud
tho dropped ball 'out In tho field but It wns plainly seen nt tho ball park of spectators will bo on hand to wit
was caused by tho Japancso fans on when the game occurred Hint It mi ness tho match. Tho I'lflh Cnxulry
tho Kwa bleacher 'coming Into the not tho causo of tho threats that band has been engaged for tho nfter
grbunjds and threatening the ball play- slopped the playing, but on account noon, and sonio good mulc will be
era nfil fo go on the fields
The tnajorlt'ot the committee stat-
d that lis soon ns 'Koyamn reached
the homo pMtn'the Japanese fans came
Smallest Yacht in Big San
Pfencisco Race Makes
" Fastest Time.
II. E r(cker piloted his ncht, tho
Harpoon, the smallest of four com
posing bonis In the annual race around
the Middle Farallon for tho F. O rhll
lips Cup, lo declslo Nlctory afler
cruising the course In 12 hours 13 mliH
utes zi seconds, unci crossing mo lino
39 minutes 2 seconds before tho larger
rival boat Yankee.
The Martha was third, 34 minutes
12 seconds behind the Yankee.
A. A. Elcliler. oRlclal measurer for
the ciiib. announced .the llarpoon ratj
Ing'SHiT fet urjdfH he new rullngs
wherensiinder the old sho ruteil closi
to 12. ThU new measurement was a
The ' Corinthian Yacht Club will
probably lie represented by the liar
poor In the race (igaintt the Challen
ger of the San Kranclsco Yacht Club
for the Hon litanclsco perpetual chal
lenge cup, due io the line showing she
made Before her measurement was
announced there was some doubt
whether bIio could be brought within
the. 10 per cent, required to meet the
Challenger, but according to figures she
Is siiwiller than Marrow's slooiv
It wan great race between three
real conlendcra Harpoon, Yankee and
Martha-uul ahin the most' Mitlsfac
lory rare ever held for tho F, tl. rhll-
lips Clip. Only h llftecn.mlnute post
ponrment was neeiledi
A' ten-knot breere iune up lhat kept
the boats moving all tho time. The
rultni (I took a different eoursa from
Hint of the others, and was not seen
until shn crossed the lino an hour and
a half after the Yankee.
A grant doal of tacking wus done by
the throi- .yachts taking the northerly
route, causing thorn to crona one an
other's bn$ quite freiiuently. , ,
1'iraer saiien u muiueuH raco nno
lost leM time over the- course than any
of Hie dlber ahlpiivr Tho Harpoon
rounded tliu mark llrst and was sent
Ktiiddlm; ikti'hh tliu llnli llno-tii vie
tbry, four mlnutea In the loud of the
Yanheo und tweho minutes nliciid of
The llnluli looked to he Mry close
htn the Ibreeciinio liearlng clown, nnd
fur 'ii'Mvlille-It-seemed 'doubtful aslo
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rushing onto the Held and so It was
Impossible to play ball. This state
ment was made to induce the arbitra
tion committee that the whole c man of
the stopping of the game was on ac
count of thete two reasons
The story told of tho fans rushing
onlo the Held as soon as Koyama
reached the plate was completely false,
m tho police were on hand and the
crowd did not come on the Held until
after Umpire Bert Bower gave the
game to the' Chinese team
The Japanese committee denied stop-
ping the game nnd also stated tho Kclo
hoys wanted In play bull but the threat
which mine from tho Japanesa fans
made tliem think best lo stop playing.
Townsend wanted to know If the
Kclos went on and played whelhirthrrei
would be trouble or not, and tho eom-
mlttee believed there would be trouble
nnd so the stopping of the Kclos from
ploying was to prevent, accidents as
shown bv th committee.
me representatives, ancr hii una
h..l n rhu.,r. In tnlk nn the m.ltrr.
were dismissed and the arbitration
coimnlttco held u special meeting by
themselves for ahont an' hour and II-
nnllv It uh nnnoiineed that the decl-
slon would bo handed over lo Mr.
of n. few of the committee and players
slating lhat tho tmll was dropped In
tho eighth Inning, when Knyanu knock-
ed not a fly to right center Held.
Iwllch Uould cross first, but the liar
pt-oii held her own ami lengthened the
distance perceptibly, betwowth-m. , ThB All.tlllnry aggregalbm Is com,
After the firing of the start gun thelpoW, moy , vml Cavalry players,
irnrnmin wits iiunv In flfteert seconds! . .J 1 .i .;.,.- J .1..!
"..--, --- -- .
Ihd Tankeo wns next over tho line, nt
4:ls:l: Fulton G. :18:6,'and Mr-
tlin at t:IJ.-2l., Five mlnutea was the.
lime allowonco for start.
According to meusurementa, tho
llarpoon received the largest time al-
i.hmiiu.-. i 111. in ii iiiiuuir.,.,,,,., T(0 11CU, f i Kchonrlil learn 11
Fulton O. 37'mlnutes : seconds; YanJnK rollowM. i,wnK. ,..; Ungar, Kolly
kre. .11 minutes tg aeconds. Scratch . H i, , . wallers, 2b; Williams,
boat was Martha.
The llarpoon was sailed try H. K.'K(.,ioenf etcher. If. Kiibslltures. Hales,
ficaer. ine Manns ny j. ... nanny, KonKf Ilr(mn ,) oinjon.
Yankee by C. I-. Miller, and Fullon O. Koln university' Fiikudn, e.i Ru
by W. K Zeiss. J . (;i0. t, Taknhania. 2b.l
The Phillips trophy Is a two-wln cup
which has been won onco by the Vn -
Tho boats started from the. Presidio
shoal bunv nnrl wern allowed IK houra
l-a .!, IaV ,. ull !.. mv, I
Klupied Time, Corrected
Time. Allov. Time.
Hntvpbn .,12:13:21 :1.M 10::3
nnkei '....1H5;.3 0:31:48 11:27:1S
Marthii ....12:01:47 Her. ' 12:U:47
Fulton a.. ,13:36:34 0:37:24' 12:D9:10
. will HGirr
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Hugh D. Mcintosh, the Australian
promoter, Is trying to match Bam
l-angford and Bill Lung. Ihe Australian
champion, for a1 bout some time during
Mclntoi.li has arranged one boat, he-
tween Ham MeVey nnd Al Kaafin.m,
who are to meet either In Purls or Aus.
Jack Johnson ha iigrced to meet tbu
winner of the llrst-nnmed light on
Ktrf Monday of next year In Aus
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FANDOW AT RANDOM
NowjtlMt 'Hilly I'upke, has arrived
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home, 'it inalclrHKHlivKt Krank Klaiw'nua
of Han 'ranrl""' ""' ' "Tanged.' Take, for' Instance, the. gamo last
Coffrolh sent a lahlegrain totPapke Sunday, ul'ien 'the Hawaii and Koln
while ho wuh In I'm Is. Vsklug him tc.lnri,,8 Inr. F'.vrryhody Knev Mlmt It
light Klaus (i August, but no' aniwer wnH m; to be a good gnine, and tho
wbm received., i ' Ijapsnesn would ha tllrnd out lli'the
' "' 'thousand to seo lllo' innfch' nnd watch
HHI Hulref. has made up bis mind their team get nnother doie of llono
tu return to tho ring, Tho cx-thuin- ulu whitewash
plon expeeta fofm-iet fnng In. Ilrlshano n, imjic il that the Jnpnneso fimi
soon. If he-should win this bout there have gotten over lhlr foolishness and
should he plenty of money coming. He that they will 'ghe their team loyal
Is still oq his farm doing some n,ulet support during the I nut two days,
training. 1 It M tl
Owen Moran, tho Itrttlsh lightweight,
who was defeated bj'Vnlgust on July
t, bellevei. lint Afcftirlnnd will have
little show when he meets Wnlgnst In
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II ' WORT CALENDAR; ,
O If Managers of baseball and oth- H
It er athletic teams wonld notify the 8
n it u l lo 1 1 n or tho dates of pro- 8
It posed matches so that such In- a
H formation could bo placed In tho tt
tt- sport calendar It' would be con- tl
tt sldered a favor. Address all com- it
It muntcatlong to Sporting Kdltor, It
tt Bui lotln Offlce. II
II Saturday, July 29. tt
tt Baaebalr P. A. C vs. St. Louis; H
tt J. A, C. vs. Kclo. tt
tt Yachting Itaco for Governor's II
It Cup, Around lolnnd. tt
tt Sunday, July 30, tt
tt Baseball Hawaii s. J. A. C; U
tt Stars n. Kclo. tt
tt, Saturday, Aug. 12.
tt Aquatic Sports First A. A. U. U
tt Sports, Bishop's slip. tt
V ' Aunult. , tt
jj ntcr.slnnd Iolo Tonrnament. tt
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'Game Begins at Four O'clock
Pifth naValPV Bflnfl
rlTIn V33" DmQ
This afternoon the inucli-tnlked-of
baseball gumo between tho All-Mllltnry
tni and tho Kclo nlno will lake place
"' eoiuier ,.., u .. .. .....
(take n special train to town to see the
The grounds havo lioen put In good
shape, and the ball platers will lme
no trouble so far at tho diamond Is
to I from tho'dtherj del
irservlco lalm on the
nn v ono or I
plirtmcts of llic m
t ' '
T(,ro , tJlk ,irmin(, ttmn th, the
s( iuU fenm may have u crack nt
, ..,,,.,,.. nflr,r ., i,y&. 'ttro
lnrouKl, ,,nyK ,e Keosv
a . rv.rrU.lli! Mnv. rf.: Url.ibes. cf.
Ku.nkl. 3, . Kakl. ss.: Ulgo, If.;'
NliriIIIlkf ,f . K,,Uiia, rf.
n it n
BE LIFTED NOW
' The Jaimnese ball fans, who have
been making a boycott on the Athletlo
ll'ark iI'urliiB tha latt two games, have
coine lo nn ogrcement with tho park
managemeiit that If they would srind
Hon the gnme which Is to take place
tout at tho Mollllll grounds this after
noon they will lift the boycott on the
Athletic Park nnd turn up In force on
Saturday, when tho Kclpi meet the Ji
A. C, and also In Hie Inst game, to
take place Sunday
Ihe park management has agreed to
this, so Ihe game will be played be-
twecn tha ca.alry and Kelo nines at
ImoIIIIII this afternoon, tho Japanese
runs to attend the games Saturday and
Sunday at tho park
i jif01T udH trouble over nothing
seems to have ended, and It Is hoped
that surll n thing will never otciV again
n (ho city.
If lt,iwere not for tho boycott nnd
the forgelt game of Ihe Kelo team, tbla
would have been n rrcnrd-broaklng
season for baseball slnen Ilia game Wau
tailed In Hawaii. The way the
I fronds were turnlng"out by the tbatt-
pnndi In sen tha gnmes waa tonio'tbdiK
Jark I,estir will have aiiothir go lit
mu jnrig, tn August faster hellneH
w can make n better showing this
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