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I Elect Officers
WAII.UKH. Maul, April 10. The
annual niucllni; of U16 Maul ItaclliK
i Ahboclutlon was helil In the court
I house cm Saturday ewnliiK with u
I good attendance.
1 The resignation of Judge A. N.
; Kex.ll(.il us president of the nssoclu
' tlon was i evolved nnd James Klrk-
land was elected In his place. The
! other officers elected were i . 11.
I Aon", vice president; D. I.. Meyer,
J secretary; 0. I). Schradcr, treasurer;
' and V. T. Huhtasou, D. T. Carey anil
1 I). 11. Davl3, executive committee.
I Four new members were electe,!.'
I They arc Dr. J. J. Caroy, F A. May-
I field. Wj K. Ilnl and 1". Cockett.
A program for the races for the
I Fourth of July Is being prepared by.
I the executive committee and will be
j presented to the association on .the
I first Saturday of May at a meeting
I which Is called for that day. .
I A letter was received stilting that
, Hon. l'aul Isenberg will enter two
' and probably three horses In the
I races for the Fourth.
U Waireu has decided to enter
llruner, Haclne Muiphy and Indigo,
' CM It lu Utlltf.il
Willie Lucus will enter a candidate
lllko and her owner, who were
ruled off the track Inst year, wcro
reinstated end will take part in tho
I aces during the coming meet.
Doctor Ca ley's colt Is working
well under the care of Jockey Mc
AulltTe, while D. T. Carey's pacer
I.uKe It. Is also being worked.
Artie W. Is on Mini I nnd may be
matched against Abdlno and Faro
Hank, his old opponents.
The races -for the season blu fair
to lie among the .best ever seen on
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1 Illl: MAI
Fiank Kanao Is leporteil to be
showing excellent form, I'restldgo,
his trainer, having handled him so
well that the novice Is now nearly as
good as his master.
I'oto Ilarron, who Is looking over
tho getting Into condition of Hans
Moeleclier. complains that his man
J" willing In work and may go
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Jimmy Stephens declaics he lins
not fired any challcngo at nny ono.
Ills stylo Is tho Oreco-Ronmn, but he
will take a catcK-aa-catcli-can mntch
If affoiilcd proper tlmo for training.
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Sailor Roberts will uhqw up well
In his preliminary tncklo In the com
ing wrestling tournament,
Theie will be a tryout game this
afternoon on tho l.eaguo baseball
ciounds. commencing nt 3 o'doalt.
between nines captained by .il'at
Olcasoa of the champion Saints and
VA, Fernandez of the prospcctlvo
champions, the Diamond Heads.
There will undoubtedly be an inter-J
citing gamo put up, for tho try-out
will mean the fixing of the men who
will rcpiesent the teams In the
League season games. No admission
Tho annual meeting of tho Daugh
tors of tho American Revolution will
bo held at tho homo of thu Kegent, Blank books of til sorts. lediers,
Nuiiumi avenue, on Monday nftei noon etc. manufactured bf the Uulhtin Pub
ut 2:30. ' Usblng Comnanjr
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HONOLULU, T H , SATURDAY, APR, ll'. 1908. y,
vHI OTifil Hfl l9 Mffl !! SR
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HI SEISM IF BR.
SI'OllT IIIIo llaseball ..
April 19 Moohe.iu vs,
A. C. vs. Y. M. I.
April 20 II. A. C. vs. Mooheau;
llllo vs. Y. M I.
May 3 IIIIo vs. II. A. C; Y. M. I.
VX II. A. C; IIIIo s. Mooheau. I
May 17 llllo s. Y. M. I.; Moo
heau vs. II, A. C.
May 24 Mooheau vs. Y. M. 1.;
II. A, C. vs. IIIIo.
May 31, Mooheau s. IIIIo;, II. A.
C. vs. Y. ii.' I.
June 7 II. A. C. vs. Mooheau;
Htto vs. Y. M. I.
June 14 llllo vb. H. A. C; Y. M.
1. vs. Mooheau.
June 21 Y. M. i. vs. II. A. C;
llljo vs. Mooheau.
June 28 Y, M.' I. vs. llllo; Moo
heaii.vs: II. :a'. C. t
July -G-J-Mooheau vs. Y. M. I.; II.
A. U vs. lllici. '
Ji(ly 12 Mooheau vs. IIIIo; II. A.
C. vs. Y. M. I. , "
, July J9 II. A. C. vs. Mooheau;
illtlo vs. Y, M, J.
I July 20 IIIIo vs. IJ. A. C; Y. M.
1. vs, Mooheau.
Aug. 2 Y. M. I. vs. II. A. C; llllo
Aug. 9 llllo vb. Y. M. I.; Moo
heau s. II. A. C.
Aug. ll! Mooheau vs. Y. M. I.;
II. A. C. vs. llllo.
Aug. 23 Mooheau vs. IIIIo; II. A.
C. vs. Y. M. I.
Aug. 30 II. A. C. vs. Mooheau;
IIIIo s. Y. M. 1.
Sept. C llllo vs. II. A. C; Y. M.
I, vs. Mooheau.
Practise Nights Monday, open;
Tuesday, Mooheau; Wednesday, Y.
M. I.; Thursday, IIIIo; Friduy, II. A.
C; Saturday, open.
In answer to 'jlnqulier," Informa
tion Is given that the largest record
ed attendance at u hasohnll game was
that of 24,992 peoplo at the New
York vs: Philadelphia Athletics
game', Oct. 10, 1905.
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Hob Wicker, tho old National
League slab artist, has taken chargo
of the Indiana University baseball
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Sammy Strang of the Giants will
use hs family name hereafter and
will nppear'ln the batting order as
Nlcklln, his name being samuel
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Asslstnnt Chief of petcctlvcs Joe
Leal takes the management of lue
Knala Athletic Club, vice Ilornard
Kelekollo, the ",boy orator," resign
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Soldiers -from tho Camp and of the
Territorial reglhienfc w(ll cross bats
In baseball at Aqla Iark tomorrow
nfternoon. Uamo commences ut 2
'Billy EsplnjJSir the star plfchor of
tha( Kuala leant during tlio. past sea-,
duui hub Bit,ucuiu1f. ,iv, .,ia i Miuumu.
LIPTON'a 'new yacht
New York,- N. Y.. March 24. A
cable dispatch from London says tho
orow of Sir Thomas Llpton's new
yacht Shamrock havo left London for
Fnlrlle to help In the llnnl prcpnra
tlons for the launching of tho boat
In tho middle of April. It Is expect
cd tho trials will begin In the Solent
In the first weok of May.
and RHEUMATIC TROUBLES.As;; ;.
EVERYWHERE. ( , !)f ; ir
I Golf Men
For White Rock
The twenty-seventh successive golf
contest for the White Rock Cup will
take place on the wcll-lald-out and
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Ul-.llllllUIIJ HllUillUU kuil firuuiiu lib
Moanalua tomorrow, the 12th Inst.
Nineteen entries, the smallest list In
number ever made In a contest, havo
already been noted, but more are
hoped for before the day of tho
Following are tho entries, with
handicaps: E. M. Campbell, C; J. C.
Evans, 7; C. E. Edmunds, 9; J. Fld
des, 18; J. D. Gaines, 11; It, 11. Glf
fard, scratch; T. Gill, S; F, Ilalstead,
2; P. J. Ilarwood, 1D;A. S. Mahaulu,
3; J. D. Mclnerny, IS; E. Munro, ir;
W. Simpson, C; W. Woon, 1C; II. A.
Wilder, 9; K. Oscar White, 2; W. O.
Wilder, 5; J. O. Young, 0.
California rowing men have re
fused to accept the provisional date
of April 21 for tho Pacific Intercol
a tt b
Nat Thornton, Southern singles
tonnis champion and Grant and
Thornton, Southern doubles, will not
defend their titles during tho com
ing tenuis season,
John Alexandroff, a Russian wres
tler, who recently arrived In New
York, Is an expert at the Greco-Roman
style. He Is coming to San
Francisco in April.
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In tho series fof- the world pool
championship recently hold at Kan
sas City, Thomas Hueston won from
John Kllng. Score, 600-371.
YACHT AND VACBTINa
The GlndyB is, on the marine rail
way getting cleaned preparatory to
cruising. . r
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Lloyd Conkllng, secretary In the
Governor's office, Is a typical, trop
ical yachtsman, his boat, the Paka
ona, being kept lu tho water from
January to January and always In
Many of the smaller yachts aro
being put In trim by their owners
and, from present Indications, tho
coming season will be a busy ono
tt n "a
The Alice, formerly tho Columbia,
,Is now' heaved down and her owner
Intends changing, hor-from'atfln-keel
to n center-board boat. She Is u
strongly built boat and as sound as
the day she whs launched. She will
bo In all races to come,
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The owners of botlt'the Gladys and
of the 'Kamehameha havo decided to
accompany the Hawaii, on her out
yard trip, (or u considerable dis
tance , ,
. ,i a a a
At a well-attended meeting of the
Indoor Yacht Club It was proposed,
and carried without dissent, that
money bo taken from the strong box
of tho organization with which to
purchase life buoys for presentation
to the yacht Hawaii. Tho goods weie
delivered to an artistic letteror for
a a a
The Myrtle and Healanl clubB are
agitating the question of a series of
aquatic events, under their combined
auspices during the presence of the
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