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Meeting Of Baseball
At tho meeting of the Honolulu
llasoball I.cnguo cstorday nttornoon
It was decided tliat tlio opening
game In the schedule for tlio season
of 1908 would bo plucd on May 1.
This will be tlio first game for the
first i.erlcM, which will consist ot
nine Sntuulnys' playing. Tlio see
cud scrips will be of the same dura
tion The following men were Appointed
nn u committee to draw up plans for
Iho scries and report to the league
'flclals: Steere, Lemon, (llcascn,
Wise, nnd Fernandez. Tlio follow
ing men word appointed ns a com
.nlttec to arrange tlio sclicdulo of
fames- fjicero, Ulcison nnd Wise. It
uuu decided th.-u l'uniihm wmild
piattltc at tlio leagUir grounds tin
ednesdaj and Tuforluv' of oath'
wei'k,,iiii(l Thursday and Friday will
lid h'iiv.n for' ly tlio other teams.
iMonda) the teams will lake turns at
tlio pirk 'Pile meeting was adjourn
od until the committee had tliu Bea
con's' sclicdulo ready fur Inspection.
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FOB IE! AT UUMI
Tho following lii tlio list of events
nnd prizes fur the icml an.iuil shout
of the Hawaiian dun ('tub next Hat
rrday at Knkaako langu:
First in cut, 10:3J u. in. 20 birds
tcrnlch, known angles. Klrst prlzo
Hawaiian dim Clubs Cup, nnd cham
pionship of tlio club. Kntrance feu, $1.
Second ocnt, 11 a. in. 10 birds
scratch, unknown angles. Klrst prize,
E. O, Hall & Son's cup; second prize,
hunting coat; third prize, 50 Cbulleiigc
Bholls, Entrance fee, 60c.
Third event, 11 ?i) a. in. -15 birds
scratch, known angles, "Visitors'
Match." Klrst prlzd, cup; second
prize, pocket knife. Entrance .fee 50c".
Fourth ocnt, 1 p. m. 20 birds ban
dlcap, known angles. First prize,
Wnlsrodo cup, presented by Woods &
Sheldon, to bo won twice. Won once
by If. I), t'orter, H. B. Gaies, I.. C.
King, J. W. Harvey, J. J,. Fleming and
J.. A, Itobb; second prize, sweater,
third prize, 100 Challengo shells,
fourth prlzo, cleaning lod. Entrance
Fifth oent. 1:45 p. m. 20 birds
handicap, known angles. Free-for-all.
First prize, gnu cuso; second prize,
limiting shoes; third prize, stein;
fourth prize, crlbbago board, entrance
Sixth oent, 2:30 p. in. 10 birds
handicap, known angles, "Consola
tion." Open only to thoso who have
not won n prlzo during tho iluy. First
prlzo, 100 Challengo shells; second
prize, 50 Challenge Bholls. Entrance
Matches will start promptly.
Lunch wll bo sorted at tho club
house at noon.
Shells can bo hail at the club hoiiso.
Tho public Is cordially Incited to
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Could anything bo fairer sport
ier thnn this? At the Boston A. A.
games, a short tlmo ago, John Tay
lor, Pennsy's dusky runner In the
iclay with Cornell, accidentally
bumped up against his man, throw
ing him to tho floor. Instead of tak
ing advantage of the mishap, Taylor
i topped to n walk, watting for his
rival to regain his feet and stride.
Once they were even, Taylor started
out hlsc'fustcst. The applause that
followed was the luudcBt of tho
night In fact, It was a record for
lloston, and Boston, being tho homo
of Harvard, and not a million miles
trom Yule, has ileal d a lot of nolvy
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Last night's handball games re
sulted as follows:
J. Whitney won from TJ. 11. lllnn
clmrd, 15-7, 13-15, 15-8.
M. Johnston won from E. II. lllan
chard, 15-13, 15-3., .. ,r ,
J. Whltney.won.fiom!!. Chniifilcr,
1G-14, 5-15, 16-8.' f "' ',
Venhulzen won from Nickelsen,
15-14, 2-15, 15-12.
Ilrlssel won from Venhulzen, 15
Tho members of the Alllolanl
championship tockor football team
aro as follows; L. O. lllackmnn
(coach), I. Knlua, W. Carter, 'J.
Hlckard, A. K. Hooplll, II, Kanealll,
J. C. Andcihon (manager), A. 11.
Outer, T. Shlpmnn, W. Mctt, T.
Cockett, J. Woo, Fostor Robinson.. .1
EDITED BY CHARLES 0. ALBRIGHT.
Would Play CollogeTeams
Although tho opening of tho season.
Is still remote, baseball doplsts lime
already begun to congregate on thu
streot corners and talk about the va
rious clubs nnd teams. Tho Diamond
Heads are getting their early practice,
and 1M Fernandez Is keeping things
going for this club. Pat (lleason Is
ctlll talking .Japan, mill from tho looks
of things he Is doing n little moio
than Just talking, for arrangements
r-nvo Just about been completed where-
by tho Japanese college team, ns well
us -h crack college team fiom tho
Coast, will be brought hero this com
ing summer I
I Committees were appointed at the
jmeojog of tho Honolulu baseball
I league yusteida), which will look lu
to tho mnttir and nrrango for defrn)-
mg expenses The local . Japanese
tenuis aru awaking to tho possibilities
Offered, them If n team of their own
eouiitrypicn Is brought here from Iho
"Vateiland", uml they want to get n
.lmck lit the nirtrrec:illoii. Thi fliln. '
I cso also au confident that they will
bo ablo to thow tho Sons of Ippon
something r-bout Hie r.rt tf uliyluz
baaebnlt uud they want to make r.i-
augements for at least one game
'Again, -on r.ico.mt of tho talk got:u
on among the Chinese and Jupuncio
loams, the llawallans and Portuguese) .
say that tho want to be counted In
when a hchcdulc of games for thu vis
itors Is being arranged. International
baBcball will be more than a name If
these teams get a chance.
On thu other hand, there nro the
"big" league teams to bu considered.
St. Louis, It seems, 'does notjiitcnd to'
hog.tho games, but will, according to
Pa jaUtsQUi-'give each enm In tho
IeMqjtfa! chance to wrests l.-Jurels from
thi) mulhlanri cracks us well as from
tho Japanese teams, and then, when
they have nil had their fling, a picked
team from the league will pla,y tho
visitors, Tbls1 is the substance of tho
''doo" linnurd out at a "fanning beo"
this morning nt which Pat Qleason
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Manager Steere Has
Fourteen Men On
' His Staff
Under tho managership of "Kid"
Steere, who, Is himself a famous old
college baseball p)ayer, the baseball
team of tho Punafiou A- C. has taken
definite shape, and will toon be In
trim for the opening of the season.
Mr, Steere has fourteen good plnjcrs
on his little spring; in fact, he has
taken no chances of losing them and
has signed every man-Jack. Among
them are the following:
"llob" McCorrlston, who has a
name locally hb a steady catcher; II,
C. lliuus, an outllelder of note; Q. It.
Warren, who comes with fame as a
clever little pitcher; Chas. Lyman,
catchor; W. K. Desha, fielder; Jas.
P. Wliino, first baseman; W. J.
Hampton, pitcher and outfielder; D.
L. Desha, fielder; U, I). Henderson,
third base; W, J. llatemun, catcher;
Hhlrfey Kamsey, fielder; Jack De
Min, shortstop; Kd. Arnold, fielder;
anil Alexander Kla, fielder.
Theso are tho men who aro on tho
rlgned list of Manager Steere, hut he
expectB to bo able to gather together
u number moro before the season
opens, from which he will pick his
team. Notwithstanding tho uppar
rnt apathy (which has been exhibited
to far this- yearV Indications now
point tjiwardS'i very-successful and '
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Safe Of TJire
In Ocean Race
Ixis Angeles, Mur.ys), 1908.
II. P. Wood; I
Two yachts proctlclily assured.
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A donation wnstcelved by the
Yacht Committee tils morning fiom
James Nott, Jr., (which consisted of
a very useful article, namely: a wa
Crack Players Of Gity
Will Be On Hand
Notwithstanding tho fact that a
great many ot the golfing enthuslnsts
have made nrrangements to take tho
trip around the Islands on the Man
ila Kea, the tournament which will
formally open the extended Monnn
luu golf llnKs will be held next Sun
day. Entiles will bo received on tho
Grounds, and on account of the fact
Unit the course has been so fixed that
It Is a great deal better for the ex
pert at the ancient game, It Is ex
pected that the majority of the bet
ter plnjcts of Honolulu will be on
Tho tournament la conducted un
der tho'nusplcw of tlio Honolulu Uolt
Club, which Is not connected with
the Oahu Country Club, though u
plajer may belong to both organ Iza
llons, ns many of them do. Tho
Moanalua links nre owned and kept
up by Sam Darrioti, and consequently
theie is comparatively little expense
attached' to the club. There Is a
certain early fee charged to mem
bers, 'but this Is spent In purchasing
liophle for the winners of the
matches. There Is n great feeling
of gratitude among the members of
Iho Honolulu Golf Club towards S.un
Damon, who has nlwuys had the In
tel est of the sport so much at heart.
Tho trophies tomorrow will tou
rist of n silver cup for first prlzo,
and the tccond man will receive n
token suggestive of the game. En
tries will bo taken on the links at 10
o'clock Sunday morning. If the
Mnuna Kea returns In tlmo Sunday
morning, ns she Is expected to do,
there will probably bq n contingent
of golfers come directly from tho
boat to tlio links and enter in the
mntch. i ' li''
There Is nothing scheduled for
this week nt the Country Club. The
liachclor-llenedict match, which was
at first to havo been played this Sat
nrday (tomorrow) on the Country
Qlub links, has .been postponed until
the following Saturday on account
if the trip of tho Maunn Ken.
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Don't forgot the trnck meet tomor
low afternoon nt trfci Hoys' Field.
This is tho event that lias been look
ed forward to by every athlete in this
neck of the woods for a long tlmo,
and each and every one of the afore
said athletes has been training hard
for his own special ovent. There aro
ii number of men who hold Island
championships entered In tho meet,
nnd tho running will bo closo
throughout. En Suo Ping, tho man
who toro off the 60-yard dash in
such remarkable tlmo, has been
Keeping his running togs on as much
tB possible tlio last few Weeks and
he will make nn attempt to dunllcnto
I his previous performance, Just to
snow me sitcpiicni ones what he 1
'good for. John Lo Is nnother ath
lete of tho same rnctallty who may
be counted to go some when ho Is In
a race. Kamehamehn has n "dark
horse" whom they claim will sine n
farewell song to En Sue in the fifty,
and where theio is smoke there must
bo somo kind of a fire. At any rate,
It Is a safe gamble that tho dnnlms
wlh bo contested us they nover bo
fore hnve been In this section of the
country. Somo crack weight men
i.ro entered from tho Y. M. C. A.,
and tho Knms and C, A. O.'s also
havo somo hoavywolght tossoru.
From tho outside It looks like the
Knms nre all to the good tomorrow,
but "a raca Is never won until It Is
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At the Miller streot tennis couit
esterdny A. Ilranco beat L. Frnnlis
to the' tune of 0-4, G-0.
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Monday nnd Tuesday nro practise
nights for Ihe 'Diamond Heads at,
tho League grounds, k
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The Diamond HondsAttilc,tlc club
w'lll hold Its next' meeting tho Ilrst
'luesday in April.
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And Rtltl thft linn, II. nil ....
-".. ..w ..M.fWM4, lUlll MDjr JU-
gages tho attention, 'olf many Y.'m.
O. A. athletes. t , .
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Italy Rletow and Kenneth Drown
have chartered the yacht Spray foi
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Two whales In Wnlklkl lagoon I -If
you don't care what you say.
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A sack containing the Intarnntlnn.
nl Code of Flan, whli-ii mat tar. i
was ono of the things which camo
down on the Illlonlan for the yacht.
These Hags nro very valuabjo. It
Monday, the 23rd
We have a few broken lots which we are anxious to close
out; hence the reductions,
'AH styles ranging; in prices from TEN CENTS or
THREE FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS to the best grades.
In cotton, lisle, part and all silk. '
Regular Shapes, Ribbon Straps,
and No Straps
SUITABLE FOR E VENINO WEAR.
SEE OUR WINDOW .DISPLAY.
would bo nppronilato for someono to
donate a sum toward pa) lug for
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J.' J. Hammond, the expert shot,
known the world over, has presonted
tho local gun clubVltha trophy to
bo known ''us tiie Mdi'rl "medal. It
Is in the shnpo of -a clay pigeon and
will be shot for nt tho meeting or
tho club Sunday.
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Tho Ilostonlans evidently do not
npprcclute the value Of Harney Joy,
us Manager Long received a letter
from tho "Denny City" recently, sta
ling that they would be clad to dis
pose of his valuable services If ho
Know or a prospective purchaser.
Long Is unablo to oblige. 3. F. 13x
chango. Japanese Consul General Mlkl Salto
itartud out this morning on a tour Of
'.bis Island. His main purpose Is to
got In touch moro closely with tho
conditions of tho Japanese schools at
Hcela, Knhtiku nnd other pluces. A
now school house was recently erect
til at Ilecla and tho Consul nn.l n
'committee on education left town
this morning for nn Inspection tour.
During his trip, ho will also look into
the wolfnro and treatment of tho Jnu-
nnose laborers on tho plantations.-. Ho.
Special Sale of
' All Shades
Sizes 5 and 7 . ., ,...5yd.
" --, ; 1..7Vyd.,
" 12 ..,.-.. 81-pyd.'
" 10 V...:' 10yd.,
V 22 : .'...layyd.
" 40 150yd.'
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" 80?. . .. A - X.t . U . . .'.250 yd. -
" 100 .... 300 yd.
" 120 350 yd.
SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY, MARCH 21,
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
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bearing the label of
a . manufacturer of
a value, in that it stands
for so much experience in
cloth-buying, in pattern
draughting and in style
designing. The Cluett
mark assures correctness,
$1.50 and more J
CI.Ur.TT. rriABODY ft CO.. Tror. K. Y.'
. Vikcrt ( Arrow Collt ,i "
was unnccnnlpauled by any of his I
stuff ,nnd during his absence, Chief
I Secretary Tsuchlyn will be In chnrgu
'of tho Consulato. Consul Salto will
return on Monday
t ' 'Kitty-pne dollars 'iiqltl nt u Now
York lauc'tlbn of colnu fdr il copper
half cent, ls.salilto bo highest prlco
over given in tho United States for
a coin of that denomination and
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