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Fernandez Is Shown
Big Boxing Shaw Is
I Mew Goods
As Premier Player
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I'ornnmlcz no tlio premier batMiun ami CcMtollo na tho best fielder
nro tlio men who shlno In tho outcome of tho Hist seilcs of tlio Honolulu
Iiasehnll League foi tlio championship f the Island. The figures com
piled by OSllrlul Saner ll.ibbltt show Hint Fernandez hns an average of
IJ4 for baldrig In the nine Raines ho has ilncil. nml Costcllo shines mi
(lie onl) infl) hlcr who has n lleldliiK average of l.OOO. Out of 33 tlmua lit
bat. IVrnanile. gut II lilts ami made 12 rims And Coslcllu made good
on (hn 25 chanrcs he hail for n iiut-oiit or an assist.
Harney Joy rotnes second on tlio hilling list, ami Louis Iti a close
third. In fact, Louis has tho distinction, together with Aylett, of not hav
Ing been struck out a tdncle time tit iu scntou.
I'oui men have perfect Holding averages Costcllo, hpc-ohiI baseman
foi tho Jewels; Harry llruns, left Hold of the I'iiiih; Louts, rlRht Held of
(lie Ji'Velb; and Hill Desha, right Held for the Puns.
Louis nnd llruns c.ieh made good on 12 chances offered, and Desha
on his nine ,
l-Vrniinilcz heads tho list for htolen bases, abo. lie has 10 to his
(ledit. while llushnell and Hampton divide mm nml honors with nl no
i a. h
IViiinndoz has a lather IiIrIi Holding nvciaRe, with .!)fiS, with 9"
fliinei's und linen errors. Thin Is far and away mitre (ban anv other
man has had, with tlio single exception of Phoney Davis, catcher for tlio
Jewels, who conies eloso with 90 ehances ami four emirs.
All this seems to piovo that Fernandez U entitled' to the first honors
ro.- ilnlnK In almost cery line. The third man In tho tletdliiR couutliiK
foi (he number of chances. Is (lenrgu Hi iiiih, with CD chances, out of
which he made live enors. If Hruios Bpeali. Fernandez soeniH to havu
won out slioiiRly In (hi Hist belles, us (ho best plner In Honolulu.
Best Batters '
The batting list, liicludlng tho lust (en men. playing In live or moro
Highest Ten Batters.
F. Ft-iii'inlez 421 Aylelt 300
Jy sin; oimos 2s."
I.'.dr 343 0. Iliuns 2.-.S
Lemon 322 Hampton 250
II. Ill litis 310 Uxors 2.V)
Perfect Fielding Averages.
Coi.tello. Koronil baro. . . .I.ikiii l.orls, right field l.Ofli)
II. Iliuns, left field 1.000 W. Desha, light fleld ....l.liOO
The leatiiH In the l.eacue now itaml.niInl'owM:
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Standing of Teams.
U.ilnt l.ouls . . . .
Out of the Game
Of the men who hao shown up as among the few besl In each line,
Kveis, Coalcllo, and lllll Desha aie no longer, In the game, tho Hist hav
ing rctlied on iKtotint of poor health, Costcllo being now In the Navy,
rnd Defdia living In lltlo.
Tho personal lecords of the men who have played In flvo or moio
games In tho drat terles nio:
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i:tu-nbei 7 la talked of us tho
tentative date fot tho hig wrestling
bl c.w In which Or Holler, the giant
nun f i oui Seattle town. Is to niinenr.
This is not altogether fettled, hut
the date will ho used til e.iso It Is
loiiud eeiepdihlo to all paitlcs con
Tho hlg man vicbtleil for tlueo
nanilers of an hour ea(enl.iy nf(er
liooii with I'oto ll.iioii at (ho lio.it
house, after ho had woiKed for a sim
ilar time in the fuicnoon at tho vali
ent uxurrlfoi which ho Is llndln; of
lioncllt lo hl'il 1,1 hl'i efloit to get Into
i. condition which will enahlo him (o
natch the lamels fioiu tho blows of
( oteh, tlio eonqueior of Il.ieKen
I'lllllillt. Uore "'cik Yet
"l.'o I'J not (iilto In rnmlllloii jet,"
fays Professor I'etc, "but he will ho
before ho will go on the mat hoic, In
(ufo thebo matches me Held on tho
llcanwhllo crowds of Iho curious
imo nuiMng (ho nllgi Imago (o (ho
IWut-hoiiEO to seo tho grea( athleto.
'lie is very oulet nliout It nil, hut It
! U e.iBy lo tco that ho Is a veritable
Ilertules. Ills most reinarkahlo do-
' velopiiieut Is In tho muscles of tho
hack. Immediately beneath (ho shoul
ders. These aio as useful us any one
pp(, perhaps, to tho wrestler, and
when Holler knots them up, It Is a
Light l behold.
"IIo has a good had;," Tele Ilaion
confided (o a group of fi lends (ho
other day. "It Is magnlllront. And
lool at his chest!"
Tho i email; wiih amply called for.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley,
Jack Mei'ndden Is keeping at hhi
boxing enough to remain in the beH
ol dim tin (High this week, whllo
ltcilly, the other principal (o (he big
15-round match which Is on for (he
end of (ho week, Is nbout through
with (his department of (he work.
Vesierday ho boxed four rounds with
Willis, shoved llukiic, 152 pounds,
niotiud for four lounds, shadow-boxed,
skipped the rope, and went
thiough (ho K(omiuh--hardenlug
sttiiUs. llalli men a in now going
(luotigh (ho tapcrlng-down piocc.-i.i.
ltcilly cuts out hard boxing today. "I
can liiako the weight easily, with
room to spare. If I wanted to." says
.lack. And Itellly Is now at that
stage where a man's luiibelcs stand
out clean and free fiotu a surpliu
ounce of flesh.
In shoit. both men are at (he lop
notch of (oiidltlon, ready and wait
ing for the big go of Saturday night.
Minor Lights Working
.Mtaiiwlillc, (lie men who will (ur-
ulsh the preliminaries, all of whom
nio popular nnd well known In the
boxing world here, aro working into
II:; In one plate or another. Wnhi
l.ml ut the Kakaako Athletic Club,
whole lie has (ho henellt of Hie In
Mi net Ion of (ho Young Hwau; Mc
Collough at Kort Shaflcr; and Willis
a( the boat-house; (hoy aie all winking.
nio ariangement oi tins snow ro
lled h gieat ciedlt on I'lomoter 1'ieil.
Smith. It Is lather unique for (his
place In a number of iespet(s. Iu
tlio llrht place, few main events here
are over 10 rounds Iu length, which
Is too long for a short bout, pioporly
ipeaMng, but not long enough to try
out thu man with the btamlua. Hut
the 15 lounds offered by this promo
ter at tho Central Athletic Club will
havo all tho points which mako lung
bouts popular, without being long
enough to weary tho spectntor.
Then, the airniigciuciil of tho pro
llmlnnrlci is happy, night lounds
for a carefully boxed go, whero tho
men will at limes have (o lie back on
(heir oais and uso generalship, and
a l-ioiiud affair, which ought to bo
slap, bang fiom the first (up of (ho
fateful hell. It all offeis a variety of
eiKoidiinmeiU very happily ai ranged. I
Tho aienn of (ho Ccutinl Adilelic
Club la In Hie open ulr, cool, and with
a good ring. Tho entrance Is at tlio
nierry-fio-inund on Hotel ntreet.
Ilesldes hating (ho iittracllon of
being in tho open air, wheio It is
cool and the gentle zephyrs blow,
tills nicaa lias fuither Inducements
to offer Iu tho way of good arrange
ments. Tho ling Is ouo of tho best
In tho city, posticus nnd bollcl under
fool. Tho seals will be roped oK In
lections, und tho spectatois shown to
(heir places by a corns of competent ,
ushers. In fact, the match is to ho ' 51 I
inado tlio clubHy go of ring history
heie, nnd nil tho aide nrrangcmonfs
aio to ho put up (o (ho sumo high
n :: :: t: :: :: :: :: :: n :: :: t: u
llul, then, a wrestler who can go
with (ho woild's best must he u gl
r.n(, nnd that Is all (heie Is lo It.
Must Be Good
As Hollar lemailicd iccontly lo an
admlier who safd ho was good, "That
Is what I want to bo. I've got to ho
Mod to go up against (lotch. and
that's all thoio Is lo It. And 1 In
tend to get In tlio best fix light
I Mltsuke, the .Tnpanobo wrestler,
who Is bpoken of as an opponent for
Holler, Is now la town. It is further
I hinted that Itohertu Is not ut all ad
oito to tho match, (hough Roberts
has not yet spoken for himself In (ho
mattor. Wlmtevor tho mon think
.bout It, (here Is one (hlng certain
tho iiiblie Is ready for this show at
any (line. In thoio u spoil, or a man
Intel ostcil in tlio riucdtlon of physical
health und blamiua and development
In this city, who would not bo moro
than gl.ul lo teo (his physician and
i.pk'iidld exponent of physical perfec
tion, ut woiU? A good many or (hu
dyed-ln-lhe-wonl funs think not,
recently bought by our Mr. Brasch
in NEW YORK.
Embroidered Wash Robes
Beits and Belting
Waialuas Win By Big
Rally In 12th
liias, "and the Walalita fans Jumped
Into the air and Indulged In shouts
Then the Luau
Immediately after the game, tho
NlsttoiB wcro escorted lo (lie Inline of.
A. Walkoloa, who had a unliable lu.iil
already piepaied and a most ip.iiaiit
time was uieut there. The Walaliia
lilautaltou band placd koiiio Duo
Ity defeating the Kakaako haFohall pieces at the game and (he luau.
tho .borne statistics
following were tno line-ups:
Wutnliias Achlu, ks; Keoiuionn,
4 l-.....l.. r.r. 1 U,l,-I '!.. t-
l, i. llhVIIH, V, .1. .."" I. "",
(cam of Afkliuon League on
Walaliia diamond lo (ho tunc of 11
to 10 Iu a 12-lnulng game, tho Wala
liia plantation boys again demon- p., p0nle. n-rf: M. Tcves, If; T. Pe-
Ed-ntcd (hat (hoy certainly enleied (l,.()i 1); A. Wnikoloa. lb .(captain);
an nggicgutlon of classy liall-tossers j Tcves, alii J. Alamelda. rf.
In tho game of baseball plaed on KnluinUcM P. llcgo. cf J A. S011r.11,
Sunday iiriernoon, August L'Sd, of,,.. p crook, p; 11. Walker, lf-as; Kci
whom (hey bhould well be proud. owul, ss; M, Ahes, Sb (raplalu);
The game was nn Interesting no,ji Sehol, lb; lllll Ilalley, :ib; II.
nnd was witnessed by one of (ho Isouza. rf: W. Cahlll. rf.
Score by Innings:
1 23 I li ft 7 8 9 10 11 12--",
Wat's . . I 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 3 (I 0 2--U
Kuk'H ..I 0 I 0 0 1 0 0 U 0 0 1-10
HUMMAUY Ihiboa on balls. OI
Pedro, 1; off Cicok, 2. Two linfu
hlls; Aehleu, Tegcrlo, Do Ponte, Wa'
kcr, Kociwnl, Alvcs, Sebol. Thr" ,
bato hlls Keoiuionn. Hit by (dtri.
hall: Walker. Slruck out: lly ' jg
Ponte, l; Pedro, K; by Crook, 'at- I
Wild pitches: Pedio. 1; Crook. 1. v
Cinplie: I,. Todd. Seiner: II. Plem
er, .lr. Time of game: lh. ofim.
a tt n
largest ciowds cer been on tho Wal
ulna baseball grounds, and tho fan
were cheering heartily for their fu
oil(cs. Ono of (ho novel and Inter
est Iiik features of (he Walalua-Ka-l.aako
same was the loud looting
d'Jiio by bunio young ladles silting
uei,r the fence, who took (he utmost
Interest iu (ho oiKiomo of Iho con
(cf,(. Walaliia prides Knelt In bavins
(he fair sex loot a( (ho c.imcs.
An Uphill Job
Tlio Kakaako team Is composed of
the besl nlavers fiom (ho Atkinson
und Itlvercldo League, and (hey
weie playing an uphill game, but (ho
plantation bo-s were a little too
epeed) for them.
Tom Pedio. the star twlrler of
Walaliia, wua la li In 'est form and
did Home wonderful pitching, strik
ing out 11 Keen of tho Kakaako bat
tel h. He was a great surprise to tho
Kakaako3 when they failed lo find
his curves, especially (o Henry Wal
ker, ono of the bent stickers of thu
Itlvciuldc League, who was stunk
out three times.
Tie in the Ninth
At tho close of the ninth Inning,
each team had tallied nine runs, and
then theie wero three Innings ot
such plnylng as has raiely been teen
In tho country dlslrlcts. There was
nothing doing for either side In (ho
tenth and eleventh Innings, until tho
twelfth Inning, when (ho Waialuas doled a leccptlon from 3:30 (o (1
scoied two inns against Kakr.ako's) o'clock yo3tonl.iy afternoon on hoard
ono. The gamo ended with tho (ho Japanese training ship Tnlscl
stoic 11 to 10 In favor of the Wala-' Main.
HILO, Hawaii, Aug. 27. Next
Sunday's gamei at llllo will be: It.
A. C. . Moohcau, 1:30 p. in.; llllo
b. N'anlwa, 3 p. m.
Results last Sunday wcro:
Monheau n, llllo 3.
Xanjwn 7. II. A. C. I.
Standings of tho teams show the
crack Jlooheniis with n lung lead
still, and no possible lival hut thu
llllos. The standings aio:
P. W. L.
Mooheau 1(1 12 4
llllo 1C 10 fi
II. A. 0 18 (i 12
Nanlwu 11 1 10
Tho Kclo baseball (cam waa ton-
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