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GOOD MATCHES MADE
Hulhul will havo another chance at
SullUan anil Young Nelson will ilon
the mitts with Jack McKnddeii nt tho
Opera House- on Saturday evening,
March 3d. Thero will also lie n ring-
warmer In connection with these two
The Hulhul-Sulllvon match will bo
straight rules and Hulhul figures that
ho. will havo a better chance with his
rlovor opponent ir hu Is allowed to hit
In tho clinches. There arc many who
think Just as the native, and there Is
no doubt but what It will mako a bet
Young Nelson, who Is the most pro
mising youngster In Honolulu, will bo
given a good chance to show his
worth with Jack McKadden In a !)
tound go. Nelson Is an aggressive,
hardhitting lad . and should make
IhtaBi warm for the yellow kid. Mo of .he gross reccl its to .. " 1 iVl le. V
Kndden's cxnerlence will be tho onlv gross receipts ut no iimacd 7..
.dni. ?K 'i"CImi Lv ,, "Xy.W ccn, Bni1 P?-r "nt-
tight It Nelson should win over Mel j,mmv ..,, ," ,nYnff ,,nl,v , lh,,l.l,c ""hllshment of n botanical gar
Fadden ho will bo In line to get on' ' .Vn ' Sir, 2 ?""B'.V i! X. . e""tt' "f.,5, ';lfr.emm ot
with some good men
The club has been fortunato In se
turlng such a good card and no doubt
the Opera Houso will bu well filled
hen tho men enter tho ring.
Tho Nonpareil John Dempsey.
Gentleman Jim James J. Corbctt.
John 1.. John Lawrence Sullivan.
Fltz Robert J. Fltzslmmons.
Jclf James Joseph Jelfrles.
The Ilarbados Wonder Joseph Wul
V)tt. Young (Irlffo Albert drlfflths.
Australian llllly Murphy Thomas
Ilelfast Spider Isaac O'Nell Weir.
Rtrealor Cyclono William Myer.
Ilralntrec Lad John Urlffln.
Saginaw Kid Gcorgo Lnvlgne.
Jnko Kilraln John Joseph Kllllou.
Ithaca (limit Michael Conlcy.
.Mysterious llllly smith Amos
Harlem CoMeo Cooler Finnic Craig.
Harrier Champion Joo Ooddard.
ayuney lonwuiK trnncis rniricK
Little Chocolate George Tllxon.
Hnvcrstraw Ilrlckmakcr Xlllly
Philadelphia Jack O'llrlen Joseph
r. A. 1 lagan.
Tommy Uyan JosepU Youngs.
Charles (Kid) McCoy Norman Sel
Vy. Sntyly Ferguson John Henry Fer
guson. Young I'eter Jackson Sim Tomp
lns. Tommy Hums Noah Hrusso.
"Honey" Mellody William Mcllody.
llattllng Nelson Arthur U. M. Ncl-
Charllo Neary Charles Nehrin.
Kid Herman Herman Landfleld. .
I'cdlar I'almer Thomas Palmer.
"Unk" Uusscll John J. Itussell.
Kid Sullivan Harry Shcchy.
Young Hrno Hugh Clavlu.
Dick Hyland William Huilnc.
Hugo Kclley Hugo Machall.
Terrible Terry Terrcnco Joseph
Young Mowatt Thomas Munroo.
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which seems to bo disappearing,' said
Catcher Jack O'Connor of the St. Louis
Drowns, "It Is personal magnetism-
the feeling of strong Individual nttrnc -
lion which drew half the fans to tho
is to tho
k why do
parks In thu good old days,
when you go to tho ball park
rlt Tn dun n wrnnA liolt nnmii on. I
o see, you hope, ySur own city's earn
clean UD tho other fellows If you
wen" o tho nark twenty years ago
why dd ioS go? TSseo the glrao
yc." and moVo" t mn ?hat-S seBe ?.!bZ
Ji. - ., .h in.iii.ii i... 1..11
nt rmiro thrn nr omnt .,inv..rU'
and thero are players whom thu peo
plo turn out to see, but I don't think
thero will over be another Mike Kelly,
and I doubt If thero will ever bo an
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The backstop might have added that
thero never would be another Anson.
ft... .f ntl .1... nln.',i.. ...I,n hiiin '.nm,.
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111( KUStW (IMSVV UHVIU Hfc MUIIVU M
(ball or registered a Kick, thero has
1 been nobody to replace the Bin tit lead-
ir or thu old Chicago team.
Wha (VCon or said U btrannelv
rrttt Tho Miion.1 magnetls u
Sri' of The gmo ?s dlJamaflng:
Inmlur.; of thu gamo Is dloapptaring
Team work and collective perform
'nnco havo replaced tho system of In
I dividual stars, The two big cards of
today- Wagner nnd Lajolo-ntu won
Iderful players, but when did a ciowd
l, ,, , M1.....1 tnnn.,1.1 nj thn
..M.timn fn.n,i m ti,n t,i it,,,,, fnr?
When did any one over bear u supper-
table throng bubbling tho praises of
Wagner nnd I.ajoic as they did tho
glories of Kelly and uf Latham.
It is am to likely that tho business
like, mnneK saving, uondlsslpating
young man who now plnys ball for a
living Is, mechanically speaking, a
more reliable player than his predo
ccseor. Ills clear head and steady bands
piobably gather up a larger percent
age of hot groujiders with fewer spllln
than wcro registered by the Jolly fol
low whom tho older fans adored. It
would bo hard tn convince anybody,
however, that tho sober ami close-fisted
youth was a better batter than thu
Jojniis star of long ago, and wher
there Is ono real, genuine, popular fa
vorlto today thoio wero ten as recent
ly as 1889.
It Is no exaggeration to say that
r alU'aJnir fek
'there arc oily a handful of big league
'players today who receive a freo burst
Hit spontaneous applause unions thojr
have- actually dona something In tho
eamo. A good catch or a long drlva
receives tho approbation always ao
ronlcct by the crowd, but how many
men are there who especially In otic
er towns that their own are cheered
, whllo marching to tho rubber?
Vet there wcro men jears back
whose very appearanco on tho field
was tho signal for yell after yell of do-
"B"' and admiration. llao tho times
changed, have the fans changed, or It
U chnnge among the players?
SPORTS OF ALL SORTS
Kranklc Nell and Harry Tenny will
light In San Francisco on Feb. 27th for
lhe featherweight championship of the
Olympic Club In orScr to be In snap
lor coming ngiits.
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Tom Leach and Joe Condon of St.
Ignatius defeated Geo. James and
Louis Levy in a gamo of handball nt
the Olympic Club, San Francisco,
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Kronk Krne, the former lightweight
rhamplon. Is1 said to have secured a
place as boxing Instructor nt Yale.
The New York American League
Club has so mnnv nltchors rncneeri for
'nex. season that It Is already prepar
ing to dispose of some of them. It has
over n dozen twlrlers. nlmost enough
i to stock a smalt league. A rumm
comes from New York that Clark tlrlf
i flth would sell Jimmy Whnlcn to some
club which wanted a pitcher badly. Ot
courco Clarlc would not tako less than
lhe paid lor Jimmy, which wa close to
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Chas. Nearv hns received au offer tu
box llerrern at Iteno, Nev.
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The respective backers of Harley )a'
yldson nnd L. M. Morgnn, the two
chnmplon nkalcrs, posted their for
felts of U'50 each to bind a match for
the championship of tho world and
$J00 a side.
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Jack Hoot will box Fred Itussell ten
rounds nt Kalamazoo, Mich , the latter
part of this month.
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Joe Uans followed Nelson nil over
llonton trying to force him Into a
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"Kid" Sullivan will meet "Kid" Tar
ker of Philadelphia at Haltlinoro soon.
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Hube Ferns has re-entered the ring.
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The iktto of the Oxford-Cambridge
boat race will bo April 7th.
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Ono hundred nnd scventy-nlno ath
letes turned out at Herkcley, Cat., to
try lor the track team.
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Ann Arbor, Mich., Feb. fi.The Uni
versity of Michigan last night votc.d
to retain Coach Yoxt for tho Michigan
lootball eleven, regardless ot tho rcc-
.J"nmfnIatlona of tho recent Chicago
loull conference, wh eh declared
! sal mU I'rofMlonl coaches who were
inul. laeulty members. The proposal
T'l". hl ,h.e Vn JV1, ! Ch,CB8
univcrsiiy oi unicago
"mt '00thall be abolished for two years
wn" l'-'ft'n,cl hy a decisive vote. It
wa8 ''"-''led to accept tho Chicago con-
fcrt'n? ir.C,,m.mem,,ntl?8. '?.?. 'n?
ycnrB clBblll,y rul. hut at tho Unl-
wrlt' of Michigan the rulo Is not to
,,c retroactive. Tho recommendation
, l0, al""h rlnln "'. "'
ed, as were also tho remaining rccom-
l meiulatlons of the Chicago conference.
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The swimmers aro now getting busv
nnd It Is quite probable that Honolulu
will be treated to soma good matches
In tho near future.
Kopko has challenged Hustaco for a
100-yard raco lor tho chamrlnnshlp of
tho Islands. Hustaco has resigned
from lho M'r" 1,nal Clllu n'"1 wMI
"robau,y 'lo "l8 "nmlnK at tho Ilea
,. A i.h,'' V
would ho very Intcri sting, as both are
fast men and have considerable follow
A proposed match between tho com
blncd forces of the Hank of Hawaii
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mui r"n uuonai nan limy Bwim mo
Honolulu iron works ii relay race,
llotlt have good teums nnd n well con
tested match would result.
I Tho two teams will lino up as fol
Hankers Will Illxon; Will Roth,
Will Campbell, Hustaco, Fuller,
Wright und McCorrlston.
Iron Works Kopko, Sharpc, Ken
nedy. Croiler, I'. Hustaco, O'llilen and
IJ XI II
The Diamond Heads and Mallcs
meet In what promises to bo tho hot
test contest of tho season. Tho I). II.
boyj hnve Improved wondorfully and
their defeat of tho Iolanls last Satur
day was decisive and surprising. If
they can defeat tho Mallcs today It Is
Tlio v. M. U. A. and toiants will piay
Initial Meeting Held By
CIVIC IMPROVEMENT IS
TO HAVE NEW VITALITY
VARIOUS QUESTIONS FOR BET-
TERMENT OF CITY COME UP
FOR GENERAL DIS-
Further organization for tho civic
Imprtncnunt of Honolulu was com
pleted last night when the central com
mittee of the various district clubs was
organized lit the room of tho Promotion
Committee. After electing officers, con
siderable time was used In dlscusflns
various plans for the benellt of the city.
Am,m5 tno ,Y"ng". .? "J" . .
aB ,he ninltcr of getting rid of bill
hoards In the residence districts an.!
Among tho things receiving intention
the city was the leading topic.
Alter tho purposes of the organiza
tion were explained, a nominating com
mit tco was selected, nnd according to
Its recommendations the following offi
cers were elected: i:. I. Spalding, pres
ident; Judge W. F. Frcnr, vice presi
dent; General Datls, treasurer and
Geo. P. Thlclen, sei'ittury. these names
being adopted by the meeting.
'I liosu picsent nt the meeting but
night to represent their respective
clubs, weie. N. S. Sachs. A. Gurlc. J.
A. Kldncll. II. Hhodes. John Guild. A.
It. Gurrey. I). M. Ilaughs, J O Lulled.
Wm Welnrlch. J. K. lllgglns. I' W.
Mncfarlane. C. Hustnce. A. II. Ingnlls.
. F. Griffiths. II. P. Wood. 12. I. Spald
ing. C. O Hnlleatyne, J. II. Drew, L. A
Ihurston. It S Hosmer, Alex Craw
Perry Pond and Philip Dodge
Hut little real business was nrcom
pllshed. us the matter of preparing b
Inns wns left to the newly elected offi
:eis. who will hae the president call
l special meeting when they are com
pleted. The most Interesting subjci t
brought up for discussion wia the te
uio.u 1 olllooarils from the resident
dlscrkts. All agreed that In tho busi
ness sections bill boards of a limited
tlzn could be exhibited -without mum
barm to the city, but tbut tho bill
boards should be placed among the
more attractive portions of the ell)
nas something that none present could
ipprovc of It wns stated that the bill
board tumble had been u source oil
piuch concern In cities on the main
land, and that legislation had proved
almost fruitless. There are tuo ways.
It was suggested. In which the bill
bonrds could be discouraged, unil they
were either to get the owners of prop
erty to agree not to permit them on
their grounds, or else boycott all pikm'.i
ndtcrtlsed on them. The last men
tioned way It was decided would be tho
most practicable, but beforo It Is to be
adopted the question of the legality of
noyrottlng Is to be decided by leg.!
Karh club will be asked to donate $10
for tho expenao of entertaining Park
I2xpert Ilobliihon. who will be hero In
about a week. Mr Itoblnson will be
token about the city In automobiles tu
bo borrowed from various members for
mat purpose, soon after his arrival.
That a botanical garden In Honolulu
Is a innttcr of necessity wns generally
agreed, but wheie It should be placed
was Something that brought out vul
Ions suggestions. Punchbowl was sug
gested us u proper place for It, but llu
objections raised against Punchbowl
were that It Is too high for the best cul
ture of some tropic plants. That Is a
matter that will be decided by Mr. Rob
inson when ho comes.
Parking of the Wnlklkl road received
murh attention, hut no new Ideas were
suggested, and tho discussion left the
debaters In the end Just where they
were In the beginning.
Attention was called to the existence
of the Honolulu Improvement Commit
tee, which Is organized to assist tho
various clubs in horticultural Hues,
FIRST M. E. CHURCH.
Church located corner Miller and
Deretanla streets. John W. Wndman
pastor. Services tomorrow as follows
9 n. ni Senior Kpuorth Lcnguo; 10 n.
in.. , Sunday school and ndult Illble
Classes, 11 a in.. Pastor preaches, sub
ject. "Our Pant-Taker": Miss Marlon
Hell slugs a solo; C.30 p. in., i:portli
Leuguw for Young People and their
friends. 7 30 p. m., pastor preaches
subject "Tlirno Symbols on a Sacred
Mountain" A quartet of boys will
sing. Sents freo. Attentive ushers
AU mado welcome.
Prof Sprngiie delivered on address
beforo tho Honolulu Teachcts' Assocla-
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nun ni mo nign sonooi inst nignt. Ill
siiuject was t
h study of uliSHlcal geo
tho other gamo and this also should
prove n fast game.
Tho standing of tho teams Is:
P.W. L. D. For Against
5 3 2 0 10 8
3 0 2 8 3
113 7 0
Y. M. C. A....4 0 3 1 2 9
D. Heads ....5 2 3 0 7 8
Points Iolanls, Q; Mallcs, 8; Puna
hous, 5; Y. M. 0. A., 1; D. Heads, 4.
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Tho All-Portugiioso will play the
Soldiers baseball tomorrow nt Knnio-
lanl Park. Metropolitan meators were
to meet Uncle Sam's men but this
gamo fell through.
Wc havejust received new supplies of
"Ushers 0. V. G." Scotch Whiskey
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