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Clean Playing In Match
With Score Of
7 To 3
In u cleiln nnd wcll-plnod game,
characterized by henvy hlttliiB on tho
part of the winner, the Punahous
jestcrday afternoon defeated tho Bt.
Louis tam on Oahu Collego grounds
by a score of 7 to 3, the winning tal
lies being made In n whirlwind fin
ish, offer tho teams had fought nerit
and neck for seven Innings.
'Usplnda, who pitched for the los
it, showed the effect of the game on
Sunday, as he wns tired, and nllowcd
the I'uns to swat him out for fifteen,
hits. Aklna nnd Ionian, who twirled
for Hit; winners, nllowcd eight hits.
The game was cleanly plaod, the
I'uns having two errors, and the
The scoring started In the fourth,
when the Saints got two men acrojs
the pon by singles by Aynu nnd Po
dro, nnd a fielder's cholco In fotor of
Kngllsh. The Puns scored ono run
In the same Inning, on singles by
Hoogs, Dodge, and W. Desha, awl Ml
base on balls by Lyman,
In the following Inning, the I'uns
tied tho score through n two-baggT
by Lowrcy and a single by Aklna.
In tho sixth, tho Saints came
J A. Ljlo, who wns to have cap
tnlned tho jacht Hawaii In the Trans
Pacific Yncht Race, considers that an
Injustice has been done htm In nn ac
count printed this morning of his
resignation from the post. Follow
ing Is the letter which he gave to II.
vE. Cooper, chairman of the -commit-
ahead, on singles by Aynu; Pedro, .tee In chai-go of this end of the race:
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land Kngllsh; Thd kcoro remained at
lliln marls, 3-2, until tho olghth, when
n single by lloogs, it base on balls' to
Townscnd, nnd a single by' Wi Desha
scored TWnsend, Hoogs going out at
second. ' Ionian took n base on balls,
nnd Jack Desha grounded, scoring
'in the ninth, hls lead was In
creased, when Mdgatd mado first oil
ait error, lirid look third on n two
bagor1 by'Alilna. Hoogs sncrlflccd,
Bcniliilr Milgatc, And Townscnd siri
gled, "scoring Aklnn.
Tho garne'clostd with a pretty dou
ble iiy Jack Desha nnd Lldgato.
Hlfs nnd f u'ns by Ihnlngs:
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Tho tennis lined up as follows:
I'uns W. Desha, cf; C. Lyman, If-
p; .1. Dcshn, ss; A. Lowrcy, 2b; Chi
Ilul, c; W. Udgnte lb; Aklna, p-lf;
I tongs, 3b; Dodge and Townsend, rf-
Saints Clement, c; Arcln, (f;
A)ni, ns; Pedro, If; English, 2b; Hf-
dpal, lb; Hsplnda, p; Honnn, 3b; Le-
Tho .High School baseball team wns
put out of tho running for tho echo-
JONES iY ID
.Tlio catcher problem Is slowly be
ing solved. In the big lenguo, and
now It Is possible that Jones, tho old
catcher who has worked with tho
K ii ins In seasons previously, will bo
nt the receiving end, trying to holl
down the curves and Bhoots of big
Dick Renter. Jones Is a good one,
with n record In tho game, and a
will not admit that he feels the effect number of players as well as fans will
of '.the weight of cars. ue Interested to see him back of tho
Tho Iloer is now on the Coast. Hc.uat-
has quite a record as nn nthlctc, how- Another old-timer who Is expected
ever. He expressed disgust recently ' h 'n Ve Kme I1 Saturday,
lliougn ne qiBiipHjimea uiu nun yuv-
He by not' nppearinglnit Satufdny,
after It had been announced that ho
would bo In, Is Dill Vannatla, last
year's captain of the Kams. Hill is
ImmcnBcly popular with the sports,
and nt any tlmo'ho wants to return,
he will be hailed with joy by his o'd
Eiidio Fernandez Is still contem
plating, going behind the bat for tho
Diamond Heads, ns he Is a little put
to It to keep that end of Ills battery
iiipplled with men. It will be Ills
flr.n timoiln that position, in caso he
takes U. The men who have seen
Kildle work out with. the mask Slid
big (love nro .Inclined (o ,thlni, that
he Is the real backstop, but his act'
unl cxierlenro before tho public has
beer' Iiiigclyion the flrstibag. and In
left garden. " ' i '"m
Champion Joe Gans
Anil Boer Umholtz
The scheduled 20-round Onns-Uu-holi
fight, for the lightweight cham
plonshlp of the world, Is to bo field
nt San Francisco tomorrow evening.
The Uocr is a,gol one, and Is there
wUh the 'strengtli, nnd it Is felt
nmong the fight fnns that the exhibi
tion of tho fistic gnmo which the
two will put up will bo memorable.
(Jnns Is not so joung ns he used to
be, and this has been freely com
mented on In doping out the fight.
Gans himself admits that he is 12
years older than Packy MacFarland,
one of the comers In the game, but
at the showing Hnckcnschmldt made
against Gotch, nnd promised to do
mudTbct'tcr when ho hooked up with
the dusky champion.
n u a
Dear'TMr': Inasmuch ns I am to
do absent' from tho Territory for a
few months, during which time thcro
now seems to be some possibility of
the Trans-Padric Yncht Race bolng
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Saturday and Monday
the 16th and 18th
SOLDIERS JANJE dAME
The soldier boys In Undo Snm'B
nrmy seem to bo ns miith lutcirslfd
lusts nnd players. Thu men on tho
Sheridan wcro busy locking Cor n
gtnio jestcrdny nfti'rnoon, and found
n iii.in icnily to talk business with
thorn In tho person of lMdlo IVrnnn-
ilcz, niaiinKcr nnd cnptiiln of tho Dia
mond Hoails, but tho stay of tho boat
heio was too short and n llino for thu
I )lny could not bo fixed.
: KAUFMAN'S DEGH, ,
OAKLAND. Cal., In' 12. Al.
Kaufman got tho decision over,Joo
Grim Iji (heir bout tonight before tho . n t10 national Bport of Insi'hill Just
Rclianco Club, for heavyweight hon-j now ns nnyono elso, nnd now fur tlio
ors second tlnio In a few weeks, lliu t.ol-
" d i (t ! '''cr boys from n transport, passing
Knmnloplll, Lota. Nncole, Mackon- inrougn mo iowii, nrc loascuuii emu.
". ... . ..." Iii..ai nn,l lilnlfnva rTllii Ittfltl fill I II T
zle, nnd othis or tho popular uau
plajcrs of tho Kams will take part In
the mlnstrul show.
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A brother of Peter O III Ion, tho box
er, wns a passenger on tho Shcrldnu,
going through hoY-o on his wny to Ho
llo. Knmalopll will bo In thu gamu
again on Friday. ,
Additional Sports on Page 7
hcld.'l respectfully tender my rcslg-' tA nqw mjln In tho ghmo Saturday
nation as cnpinin oi ine yncm na-.ws niiuu, in ,it.. v ifi " i"
wall, witri which position I was hon
oredby you'r committee In tho antlci
Ipatlo'n'jbf 'a race to be Btartcd on
Juno litK, prox.
"l sb'filt'kall on thb Alameda leaving
Homiliilu'oii tho '13th Inst, for a visit
to my family In Nova Scotia, and
shall bo alis'ent until August or Sep
tember. c ' '
With best wishes for the commit
tee and tho success o? tho Hawaii on
nil occasions, 'and offering myself for
any service' I may be able to render
while nWiiy or after my returni I am,
VSri' sincerely yours,"
J. A. LYLi:.
Is under date of J oa
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Pubs. He U a, newcomer
played ball before.
tcrdny, the 12
Tho flnnl round for tho Wall Cup,
men's singles, played on tho Here
tanla Tennis Club's courts jesterdny
afternoon, resulted in W. L. Wurrcn
defeating C. Gerald Dockus, 6-2, 0-4,
This afternoon tho Invitation tour
nament of tho club "will start, tho
lastlc chamnlonshlp yesterday by of following g'aWs bolng scheduled for
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.Kams,. on the latter's grounds, to tbc
tuno of IS to 8. Tho Kams have
showed up In classy form all thiough
tho schedule but their opponents
went to pieces' u little jesterday, ami
the' killing resulted.
Kamnloplll Is still out oft tho gamo
owing to injuries.
Tho tcnniB trotted onto tho diamond
High School Rico, Norton, Dai Is,
Cheo. Audrows, Chllllngworth, Pali,
Achleu, Sing Hung, Maruichi.
Kamehamcha Naiolo, Murray, Jo
shja, 1-ota, Kallmapehu, OrdcpBteln,
Melklha, Mackenzlo, Akana,
Tho score by innings:
Kams 10 3 10641 318
U.S. C 1 0 0 00 0 0 1 8
This makes tho standing of tho
teams In tho interscholnstlc schedule
P. W. L.
Kams , . w. ., 4 4 0
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: -? KAUkll JHCK TEAM
The matted of fonnlng a track team
to compete when the Fleet Is hero
was the principal matter which camo
up hist ovcnlng at tho mcotlng of tho
Knllhl Athletic Club, held at Cooloy
chapel, Rico and John McCandlesH be
ing chosen as acomrdltteo 'to pfganlzo
a track team. As thero aro some-good
men for the- running, Jumping and
"weight events in tbo club, It Is felt
that u creditable team can bo gotten
up. Rico, In particular, Is one of tlio
fastest men In the city for tho sprint
races, nnd will bo a valuablo asset to
the proposed team.
On Sunday, tho men In the club will
take, a tramp to Ktlohana.
Reports come from Hllo that some
of tho dogs there, which aro posslblo
I'litrlps for tho Incnl bench show, h.ii
tho host of blood, nnd will bo hard to
At 4:00 F- I', arconflcld vs. Har
old Cant Jo, winner to play W. War
ren on Thursday.
At 4:30 R. A. Cooke vs. S. Ken
nedy. R. II. Rlctow vs. F. E. Stecrc.
A. It. Cunha vs. II. F. Hcardnloro.
At 5:00 II. S. Gray vs. II. O. Dil
lingham. C. G. Dockus vs. J. Water
house wlnnor to play A. J. Iowroy
n m x
The strength of tho State Lcaguo
can he sized up on tho showing mado
1)5 Jimmy McIIalo with tho Iloston
Club. Tho fast outfielder who plajed
such good ball for Stockton, managed
Jo gain a permanent berth In tho out
field over Carlisle.
, Pat Glcason and, Frank Stcero hao
been .busy f or . the las,t two da) a Hi
gathering subscriptions for tlio bring
ing oycr'of tho.KcIo Untvuislty'tuam
from Japan, a'd In getting together,
what financial support thoy can gath
er from Honolulu ilnislucta men.
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Tho Knllhl Atliletlo,Cub, champions
of tho Vallejsldo Iiasobali lenguo,
through their attorney, havq mailed
a letter to President Olmos of the said
league, demanding thu championship
of tho first series.
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Tho gamo on Friday between tho
Kams nnd tho Puns will probably de-
cldo tho fato of tho' 1908 champion
Bhtp. ns n victory for tho Kamu.on
that occasion would definitely glo
them tho laurels.
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Tho H. G. C. will hold Its regulai
wcoklv shoot, nt tho usual hour thlr.
The minstrel show, to bonoflt tho
Kamehamcha Athletic Association,
which Is to bo held on Saturday eve
ning, May 23d, Is promised ns n grcat
success, owing to 'tho great progrois
made after two weeks of rehearsals,
under me direction oi air. liumiii.
who Is popular with tho hoys. In
teresting stunts and bright songs are
on tho bill. The show will be held
nt 8 o'clock, In tho gjninaBlum build
ing. Tickets nrc on sale at the
Mike Mitchell tts,out nt tho game
and Johnny Kano is plajlng right
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