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TTVT-NINa BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY, APRII. 25, 1008.
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Harry, tho Hoston heavyweight, unci
flni.firn Ilnrhnrts. thn Vnllnln tlchlnr.
Ho wrltos from Milwaukee that ha ll""hll '" 1S81. slnco when It has
would like to pit Hurry against Kanf. ulways been Jield in America, to-
imin, anil Mcrueits ngaliiBt Ilattlliig.gether with a hulk of reroiils for
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I LOCAL S
Two Games Of Interest
Are First On The
Tlic Klverslde Ilascball League
opena tomorrow afternoon with a
game between tlio Pnlamns ami Kn
alas inul n parade at tho Aa'n
grounds, at 1 o'clock. Ofllccre and
ineiiibora of the league arc lo par
ticipate In tlio imrnitu. I'layera will
lie In baseball unironii. Suitable
ccicmonlcs will be held, nrranged bv
a (oiuinlttce consisting of lion. S.
P. Correa, II. 11. Kolokollo and A. K.
The league will be represented by
tlio following teams: l'ulnmtis, Chi
nese Athletics, Chinese Alohas, Kn
alas and Japanese A. C.
The league at present Is made up
of a contingent of plnyeis that can
how u with as good a 1 osier us can
Ik had on the Islands, nnd at thn
, lore of the herlea a plrked team
f.i'W the Icaguu will play the cliniu
plt.ns of the Senior League. If the
p.oper iiii'uligcnuuils eiu be made.
linth fcamci cliould be of gieal In
ti'ie..t. iu tlio tuini't are well match
I'd anil e.i;er for lii'tt li'innni. Tho
Ka.il.is, managed ami e.iptulned by
Joe Leal and X. lloopll, la a caio
fully seK'Cteil aggregation, while thn
Pajamas have n gicat club aitlbt In
Chailea Pnnlulil, who won for them
l.-iet beason. He will face left-hand
'.attorn In the nine, an Ideal team
fur ii southpaw The Kan las have
.i crark xlabste. in Antone M.'delioi.
The Clilr.ese Al'ihai and Japanesii
. ('. nh .1.1.1 make the seminl guiue
i eloe nnd abioi blag rnntest.
Itiibeil Asaai, league :uaa.i;;e: has
ai ranged to hare ehntrs at the
grounds, at 10 lents each, for the
accomodation of the public.
llamey Joy will umpire.
SAINTS MJNI 1KB
The High School nine went down
to defeat before the St. Louis team
yesterday afternoon, to the tune of
1 1 to U. Want of practice may bu
pleaded for tlio losers, while tlio
Saints were fast, snappy, nnd In the
game every minute. Highs scored
In the fourth and fifth. Doubling
up on positions was tried without
l xuccesj Aynu mid Kuplndn, at
Holding up the spheie, and lloopll
with the willow played stnr games
for the winners, while Ksplndn and
.Mnrkhaiii made a neat double.
Tlio line-ups of both the tcama
which played ycbtciday aie as fol-
High School C.lllllniid, c; Ulce,
Chllllugwoith, p; Andrews, Jh,
Chllllngworth, nice, lib; K. DavU,
sj; Chee, 2b; Norton, cf; Slug Hun,
Pall, rf, Aluina, Marcalllno, If.
St Louis Kngllsh, c; llonan, pj
Ksplnda, lb; Markham, 2b; Aynu,
ss, Clement, 3b; Arcla, cf; Aliana,
if, Hoopal, ir.
The bcoro by innlnge:
1 2 3 I 5 G 7 8 9
St Louis 2 0 141021 01 1
II. School 0 110110(10 0- 2
FBI HUH HE
Kvcn though other Institutions
i' nil schools of the town fall to get
men together to arrange for a field
meet whllo the Fleet Is here, tlio
Y. M C. A. will organize and com-
I pete. Dr.-Hand, the physical direct
or, hnii arranged for u meeting of
the boys to be held on Saturday
night. . Officers aro to bo at once
I chosen, and the Hold meat put prac
tically Into tlio hands of a good ex
It Is bald that the city will not
r.'Jldu it day whllo tho I'leot Is hero
for the purpobc of tho meet.
A number of lino nthletcd In this
city who h.ivo novcr been on tin
Y. M. C. A. team belong to that lu
btitutlon, and will ho In on tho piop
Obltion, If othor schools don!t' como
In. tmong these nthlutes nio soino
It K K
Tho nppioacli of tho Olympic
games, to ho hold In London this
summer, reminds tho American nth-
Julo that If ho loves his country and
respects his foicrimners and what
they havo done, ho must show tho
world that Undo Sam's Iiojh can car
ry off tho medals and records as of
trang Drove Winner
HUIAIiOLirr. Now York, April 2 1 Strang, tho American holder
of the ono-mlle uutoniobllo record for heavy machines In 1DJJ7, was tho
Winner of the IlrlnicllIT trophy race lodny, raced for under tho uusplcci.
of the Maiiufactuiors' Committee. Ho diovo an Italian car,
I he Big League
Half Of Schedule
The dig league baseball schedule
was arranged yesterday afternoon
after considerable delay had been
caused by unusual obstacles In the
way of getting the tlmo of the
games settled to the natlsfactlon of
all parties concerned. The Ilnpli'
Transit Company has always oecn a
great factor In tho making up of tho
schedule, as It was attempted to or- Hand of tho Y. M. C. A., Is that llo
rnnco the games to suit tho convc- nolulu tunc a formal league, for
nlence of the team which had men
on tho cars, with the result that tho
Kains played the first game till duN
Ing the lii-it season. Hut this year
no Biich easy solution came up, as
' two of the teams, the Saints and Hi"
I Kains, line men with tlio Rapid
Transit Company, nnd tho schedule,
after delay, had finally to be arrnng-
' cd not fin the conenlence of theso
men but rather In Bpltc of tho Hapld
Tin null Company
As It Is. only the llrst hnlf of th'o
season Is mapped out. The officers
of tho league are waiting, before nr-
ranging the other half, unj.ll teams
from both the Coast and Japan havo
been hcaiil fioiii. The effoit Is to bo
in.idu lo M-t the Santa Clara bunnA
triim the t'o.iht, whllo mi attempt
will Hint be made to get a lollege
team from Japan in on the last halt ,
of the MMMin
. Tho kdiediilp In tho first serle't. ;
which Is now ni ranged. Is us follows: '
KniiM. h. Diamond Heads,
I'unaboii k St. Louis,
Kiiliieluimeha va. l'linnhnii.
"Dfainond Heads vs. St. Louis.
Knmehaiueliu vs. St. Louis.
Diamond Heads vs. Pitiiahoii.
l'linahoii n. St. Louis.
Kama. s. Diamond Heads.
Diamond Heads vs. St. Louis.
Kamchamcha vs. Piinahou.
IMatiiond Heads vs. Piinahou,
Knmohiimeha vs. St. Louis.
Kama. vs. Diamond Heads.
Piinahou vs. St. Louis.
Diamond Heads vs. St. Louis.
Kamchamcha vs. Piinahou.
Kamehamclin s. St. UiuIh.
Diamond Heads vs. Piinahou,
SCHOOLS IL TUDAV
Play ball! The Kams and the
Puns open tho InterschnlaBtlc basa
ball season at 3:30 o'clock this aft
ernoon nt tho Kamehnnicha ground,-.
Puujihou Is doped out ns a winner,
and It Is oven rumored that tho
Uuma anticipate a Waterloo.
Tho umpire will call "Play ball"
and tho sphere will be tossed over
the plate piomptly at tho tlmo
The teams will tiot onto tho dia
mond ns follows:
I'unuhou W. Desha, If; C. I',y
inan. c; A. Lowrey, 2b; J. Desha, ss;
W. Lldgate, lb; Aklna, rf; V,
llnoga, 3b; D. Townscnd, cf; S. Da-
Kami;. L. Knllmnpehu, c; Lei-
chibtcr and Lota, p; D. Murray, lb;
I J. Ordcnstclu, 2h; V. Naeolc, ss; A.
, Jobhih, 3b; Kamalopill, cf; II. Aliana
rf, Mackenzie, If.
cricket mm mm
I Cricket practleo opens at Mnklkl Jlly 19: Knhtilul vs. Stais; Wal-
Rrounds at 2 o'clock this afternoon, linmi VB- Healnnl,
Inniiguriitlng the beason rather ear- Jllly 20! Hcnlanl va. Stiira; Wal-
ly. In view of tho coming match with KnlU VB- Kahulul.
tomo crlcketcra nboard tho S. S. Ao-' A"B- 2 St'B vs. Wnlkapu; Ko
1 iimgl, expected In port next week. ' ,lulul vs' Healnnl.
Tho practleo right through will also ' AuK- 9: Walkapu b. Kahuul;
bo a try-out. All crlcketeiB aro ox- ' Healnnl va, Stats. '
1 pected to be out, to enahlo Hawaii to ' A"B- 1C: Henlanl va. Walkapu:
put tlio best material In tho field st,lrs vs Kuhulul.
against the visitors. Ucspcctfully' Bubmltted,
Tho following men aro expected j al:. N- WI3IOHT,
to be In tho tryouts: H. Anderson. ! '' ' HALDWIN,
captain; H. M. Ayrcs, 8. Ilcardmoin, j CHAS. WILCOX,
I). Ill-own, L. O. lllackman, It. J. ' Committee.
Muchly. J. L. Cock-burn, It. It. Cat-1 U n
ton, J. II. I'lddes, T. Ulll, P. J. Har
wood, It. A. Jordan, J. H. Maclean,
J. C. McOlll, C. P. Morse. W. L.
The recont showing mailo by Oeo.
Shai man's groyhouiid Walla Walla
lit Inglesldp Coursing Park, San Kinn
i-isi-o, snows nun ui uo one oi tno nest
dogs that ever coursed In California,
IN li!l K A.
Plan To Have Records
a plan, originating In tho
that Honolulu hns some very
track athletes, and fathered by Dr.
nmateu'r athletes, controlling nma
ielir athletics, and track sports In
particular, tho league to bo allUInt
uj wth the A. A. U. It is thought
(0 be n pity that a number of local
uoya nro yearly making records and
getting no credit for them, from tlio
fact that this placo la not affiliated
with any official league, and records
made outside tho leaguo cannot bo
It would be a simple plan for the
placo to assoctato wltn tho A. A. I'.,
the organization which controls am
ateur athletics In (he United States,
nnd to have things In eucIi a bhapo
fhnt llmtiilnlii clwwil Iwivh mnv tip.
como as famous an any athletes In '
the world, If they hnve tho ability. '
And the showing of dome of the men ,
In the past would Indicate that the
nullity Is far from lacking. I
Kor Instance, the premier runnor I
of this city, Kn Sue l'ung. Is claimed
tu havo run CO ynids In C 1-5 sec
onds. Such a rccoid would be core-1
) fully Investigated before It would bo
allowed to stand, but. In case llono-j
, lulq wcio In the regular A. A. I
class, as she Is entitled til be, thli
man's nnmo would bo classed aloug
, side that of Duffy, If his record weio
I allowed, when time and distance had
) been prowd correct. Tho most to-
maikable performances In this city
are In the G0-, 100-, and 220-yaid
dashes. In which Iylce and McKcnzle,
an well as Kn Sue, aio coming lim
ners. Remarkable as the times made by
the men according to tho watches
held aie, Mr. Hand Is halt Inclined'
tu bellcvo they nro accurate. In
which rase the Inccntlvo for Hono
lulu to get the work of these men
iccognlzed Is very great.
maui mii mm
Walluku, Maul, April 25. -t
baseball euthlislasts met nt
court hoiibo Tuesday evening
ndopted n bchedulo for the scacon.
Two games will he played each
Sunday when possible, the llrst nt
1:30 p. m. nnd tho second lit 3 p. m.
Tho Interest shown In tho games
Is such that u successful beason Is
Tho report of the schedule com
mittee, which was adopted without
alteration, was as follows:
May 10: Henlanl vs. Knliiilul;
Stara va. Walkapu. ,
May 17: Kahulul va. Stars; Hca
laul va. Walkapu.
May 24: Walkapu va. Kahulul;.
Hcalanl va. Stars.
May 31: Stara va. Walkapu; Ka
hulul va. Hcalanl.
Juno 7: Hcalanl vs. Walkapu;
Stars vs. Kahulul.
I Juno U: Henlanl vs. Stara; Wul
' kiipu vs. Kahulul,
i Juno 21: Henlanl
Stara va. Walkapu.
I June 28: Walkapu
, Kahulul va. Stars.
, July 5: Henlanl vs
, Stais; Wnl-
kapu va. Kahulul.
, July 12: Stara va. Walkapu
hului vs. Healaul.
Danny Long gathered under tils
wing u bad lot of catchers this spring
to lll Charley Sticet'a shoca. Claudo
Horry la a horrible, example, Mickey
La Longo Is another turnip. Slnt-
tery, who received for tho Hed Dogs I
lccently, opened with three liltB. !
Long traded Spencer for Slattery, but
after seeing Kerry and La Longo per
foim, Danny disposed of him.
Twenty-tlueo thousand fans saw
i tho St. Louis Cardinals win their
j becond game from the Drowns of tho
I same city lccently, tho flnnl score
being to 3. Wnddoll pitched his
first game for tho Hi owns anil fan
ned nlno batsmen 'and then liut.
Hulio was lilt for nlno blnglcs, Kar
ger opposed him. -
The Belle of New York
Never rode in a more com
fortable car than the one I
offer for public use at lowest
prices. Care in management
and discretion in the selection
of roads make this the favor
ite of a!! public conveyance.
AUTO MAKES REMARKABLE HILL CLIMB
White Steamer Dnvcd Up Fill Tore Street Hill at Record Speed
by Sli m,i on
Oi.o of the most leninrkuble feats ti.iiuon. (lie uinchino tme up tho
In autoiuoblledoui for n lung tlmo i-,railo vltlimii a iiulver. The p'.ellm
past Is a recent dash made up ttueo luary mil ufforded a high rate of
steep blocks on Fillmore street, Snu speed fur the uctucl climb, and the
Piauclsco, by "Hill" Sllmmon, chum- first block of tho hard grade secuiel
plon hlll-drlvcr, In a White steamer, baioly to affect tho ciffs progicHS.
Ho coveted tho dlslanco In 23 sec- On the last two blocks any deciciro
oiids. The dlslanco covered by tho In speed, too, teemed hardly pcrccp
cur In tho actual climb from Union tlble, although, In fact, considerably
street to Hroadway was uppioxlinato Icui. Pully two teconds wcio lost
ly 9C0 feet, or 320 yards. It Is llg- at the top, when tho man at the
ured, therefore, that tho average wheel found himself fnco to face
Epceil of tho car for the thrco blocks with the electric car, and was com
vii3 28.10 miles un hour. On u polled to shut off his power r.everal
grado that Is not very far fiom 30 yards before tho top of tho hill was
per cent, on tho last two ljlocks tho i cached, so that tho car was almost
White's pcrformanco may? therefore, at a itop before tho crest wns reach
bo regarded as a very lemarkable ed. It bwcrved to tho left toward a
one. space th.it the pollco had cleared fin
Taking tho light-hand car track. It. Hut fur this and tho prevlou .
iu that there was no bumping mid mUlmp the time piobahly would
the wheels got- full and constant have been close to twenty seconds.
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