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Frnrk I IIL I UKlTjll I R?rrtnia
III n game lit Vk'turln. 1)., C, July 25,
bctwccntho Victoria nine nnil tho Ho
litllo triilit, tlin Intter wnu tiy the score
uf 0 to 2 Williams was In thu box fir,
tlie losing leant unit was touched for
ten lilts, one thrcc-hnggcr and a home
run by Ort.
U to the seventh Inning the aecoro
was n tie, but In the tlrst hnlf of Hint
Inning Ort's home run gave Seattle thu
I cm! nnil then again In the eighth Hue's
thrce-linM- lift netted two runt.
Williams In working lilt way up mid
some dny Is oxih'c'IchI to make good.
It. II. U
Sciitth S 10 2
Victoria 2 C 2
Hutterles Wlggs nnd Bhen; Wll
Ilunis nnd Dowigt. Umpire Haumgnr.
Tin- next day the Victoria nlnn had
Li'ttcr luck, with Thorsm In the box
and Devout at the rocel line end. They
won from the Scuttle team by 0-0 after
a dune game.
Kcoro by Innings:
Victoria 00100310 1 C
Scuttle .. ,, 0 0 0 0 2 10 0 25
THOMAS GETS RID OF
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l.ixt night TIioiicih took on Sailor
JliiM'ii, who Ih thu Danish champion.
Ilo weighs 210 pounds, twenty pounds
more than Thomu, but the latter had
little- trouble In gittlng rid of hi man.
It wur more of u laughing affair last
'night than real wrestling, us Jlnsen
'. Wus In no fornl at nil. ThomaH llnlxlicj
up Jlnsen In tlio very tthort time of
6 l-2-Milniitis. i" "
f Tonight Alton will tacklo Thomas
once more. The last time these men
met, Alton stuyed with his opponent
ileirn mhiiites before ho lost to
t Alton litmus tlv" camo well, ns lie
was ,nt one thuft umnteur champion on
the Co.'i'it Hit bus been working hard
for the match tonight.
I nun i
I Next Sunday the Wnlalele nine will
tackle the Kllohiinn team on the Kal-
iilnnl Park, Kullhl. A good game Is
c-xpccteil to lesult.
READY FOR KAOO
A Relay Race Will Be Run if
Waialua Horse Backs
Jlninile KltJtgernld Is nnvlous to meet
Aliloue Kaoo mill bus not glwu tip
hope yet, us he oxpcilii to luur dell
nllily In a few days whether It Is
pimslnlu to get thu old man to race
The old Waialua Ilorso Is not cnlhu-
slasllcal about uny more Marathons
unless a Ruoetly sum Is put up for him,
win or lose.
The Park management has denied
promising Kaoo 1260, win, or loc.
Nothing cowtd please Kitgcrald moro
than to tackle Kaoo mer'.the full Mar
athon course. Tlie Caiiadl.iu took n
long spin sc-sterday and covered about
twenty miles before he- quit, as hu
minted to nee how thu climate would
liffcct him In a long run.' He says Hint
the heat did not affect him to uny ap
preciable extent, and believes If huhad
u chance with the Wiiliiluu Horse, hu
ritrgeruld stntes that If It Is hn-
poislble to get n race with Kaoo ocr
thu full Mnralhoti course, he will get
busy and run li relay ugntiist three men
iver n ten-mile coiirsc.
In his llftecn-mlle race ugnlnst Sol
dier King he did not go at his best
rate on account of the climate, us ho
was not suru of his staying powers at
that time. He sujs: "Vim know, thu
people down here have not seen me run
my Ix'st ct, so to show them how I
van run I urn going to plan fur a relay
race against three- men. ir 1 can not
race Kitoo. Then you will see sumo
Th relay rnce If arranged would no
doubt be 'good, os thero liro some good
long-dlst.inco runners here, who could
make n strong team, iigalnst which
Jlinmle would have to go some to win.
When miked whether he would like
to try lllll Wee, oven th7iunrlcr, Kltx-
geruld stated that tho distance was too
short for him, but that he would not
mini) trying lllco over the half mile.
KlUgeruld will soon bo leaving Ho
nolulu, so the races should 1h arranged
now, ns the Athletic Park will be oc
cupied by the bull tcuins ery shortly.
ti t: ::
The Kelo nine Ins gone, nnd tho bull
funs now have a week or two of rest
before, the second series of the OahU
League begins, which will probably be
on August 13.
The Hawaii took the first series,
nfter'n clone run with the J. A. C.
nine-. The Hnwnlls linvo been putting
up rather poor ball during the special
series nnd they need to get down to
some hard work In order to take the
lauiels of the second scries.
The Jupanese team seems to have n
kimmI chance at the championship of
the second hnlf of the season, and
Captain Notley will see that his men
are In the best of form when the spasm
Nobody knows what the Stnra art
going to do, ns they have dono noth
ing 'yet, except thut theirs Is thu honor
of being the recipients of tho only
whitewash applied by th," Kelog dur
ing their stay her?. The Japanese fans
were well pleased when the Kclos beat
the Htars, esisclully so because of the
presence uf All-Cli'iiese players on thu
The' P. A. Cs. men hard-luck bunch
of bull tossers. They can mnko thu
other teams go the limit In order to
win, but don't scorn uble to coino out
at the right end themselves. The team
Is strong, but seems to fall down at
the end of.lts games.
meeting will be held nt the olllcu
of President Charles Clilllliigworth to
arrange tliu schedulo of the second scries.
The proposition of starting Saturday
baseball will lie taken up. Al (.'untie
has been li live wire ml the scheme of
rtartlug Saturday baseball at the park.
It Is tlie plan to have four tenuis 111
the league St. Louis, Piinuhou, All
Chinese, nud the Hnnalls. With such
teams competing, the funs would turn
out In full force to wltneis the games.
It will be it greut step Jll tliu llnu
of sports If the proposition Is curried
out, us It will stir up u lot of Interest,
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Following are the standings of
three big league up to July 2C:
Chicago ' ..
New York .
St. Uiuls CO
Waller Ponieroy and Oeorgo llond,
two expert amateur swhiinier of thu
Olympic: Club, nude a record-breaking
swim across the (lobleu (late on thu
twenty-third or July
A big crowd saw the boys (iff on one
side nnil another crowd waited nnx-
lously on tlio opposite shin to see them
Mulsh thy course.
, lloth fcwlmmers made the distance In
side of half mi hour, nnil tho courso Is
said to bo one mile Ponieroy made It
In 24 tnln. G6 4-S sec., while his mute
arrived In 2S mln. 21 sec.
This Is remarkably good. time nnd
tho best that has been Hindu by any
one Thu trip across the Ooldeii (late,
through strong currents. Is sonMhhig
that only expert fwlniiuers would un
dertake. It wnfc In 1S07 that Arthur Cnvlll
swnm across the (lolden Hate In 1 hr,
18 mln, m It can be sei n that both
Poineroy and llond are powerful swim
mers. They stnrted from Tort Point nnd
Innded nt Limn Point, on the Marin
shore. Point roy started tlrst anil was
roon followed by his mate, Oeorgo
llond. A lifeboat was sent nlong In
cae of nicesslly, but was not needed,
both sw limners finishing the Journey
fresli and strong.
. Paieh hud a rnnboat ahead of him
ns n guide, mid It was soon after leav
ing that there weie SOU yards between
Ponieroy and llond. and It looked ns
If the latter would not reach I.lmu
Towards the end of the courso llond
was eiuournged by the cheers of those
In thu boats, mid he soon got back to
his course and lamlul li little moi'e
tired than Ponieroy.
FANDOM AT RANDOM
The Kuale.is won from tliu Silver
Pines on the ulndnurd side of the
Island Sunday b die score of 10, to 0
After the game. Hie tianis attended n
limn given by the Kaalea rice planta
tion In the All-Stiir-Cleveland runic, thn
former team used four pitchers mid
two rntiheifr-AViHid, Johnson, l'oid
mill Walsh; Direct and Livingstone.
Detroit .. ..
New York ,
Cl eland .,
St. l.olllH 2S
San rrmiclsco 07
Los Angeles 45
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An All-Star team iiiiulo up of Amer
ican Lenguu pluyers defeated tho Cleve
land nine on July 24 by the score of
5-3. There weru ll.OOO spectatorH prcs
cnt, tho gaunt being played for the
belli lit of ''the whhm- mid children of
the late Cleveland pitcher, Addle Joss,
who was well liked by the biisebull
funs mid players who knew him. The
proceeds leached nearly tl'.'.OOO.
Hngli Mcintosh, the Australian pro
moter, has gotten together the grvatcst
lighters of the world. Among the pu
gilists on his siring are Johnson, lllll
l-ing. Sam McVey. Sam Uingford, Al
Kiiiifnuin and Porky l'lynn Johnson's
contract begins on October 31, when
he goes to Australia to light Lung Thu
bout Is to take piece III Si'ptember.
MAf LEAY, DUFF 4 CO.'s
GONSALVES 4 CO., Ltd.,
President Harney Droyfuss of tho
Pittsburg baseball club, who not long
ago paid $22,000 for the release of
O'Toole, Is now ufler Catcher Kelly,
OToole's battery finite, and Is uliotit
irmly to offer JluThOO fur him.
In u ball game on July 20 between
Victoria and Seattle, four homo luns
were made Three of lliein wire con-lrlhuli-d
by Virion i The n Itinera got
'ibe winning run In I he ninth Inning.
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