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KVUNINO IIULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. IL, WEDNESDAY. MAY G, 1908.
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IMQ'JI THE sfl
Race Around Island
An unto race for amateurs, of pe
culiar Interest to nil owners I" this
Maud. Is being planned. It Is a m.i
nimiml the Islnml, for n prize, tlie
match being tn test tlio JuilRincnt of
the driver rather than thu speed of
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1IIU CIII. 1 I1U Uilll If l iiuu u iiiiiu.
limit flcd, In nrcurdancu with tho
Today's games will be as follows:
4 p. m, A. J. l.owrcy vs. Thco,
4:30 p. m. (leorgo Warren vs. A.
It. Ciinhn, C. 0. llocltus vb. II. II.
r:00 p. in. Irvine Hunt vs. p. J.
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The membership fee of the Hani
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duced to $3.00 for adults and $1.50
for children during May and June.
he thinks of its
snood laws mid common tome, which" Mni wood, It. II. Illctow vs. i,. ii. Ain-
time will not bo niado public or made crtou. It. S. tlray vs. A. C. Wall,
known to drivers until after tho cars
have run. Then the driver who conies
newest to tlio prearranged time Is to
have tlio first place. In this way, tho
nice will bo open to amateurs as well
as professionals, tho chances will bo
oven, and tlio dniMcrs which attend
J auto racing, particularly for tho nnin
ileur. will bo averted, as Bieed Is not
la requisite, or even an object.
A nice of this Mirt was recently
held nt Philadelphia, mid proed u
Brent success. It Is particularly dc
idred to net the amateur owners of
this place Interested, and with this
In Wow, tho Associated (larafio will
glvo it pilzo for the winner. The raco
will lie held at a tlmo not yet fixed,
hill piolmhly while the fleet Is here,
If such a thins Is possible.
At nny rate, It Is planned to make
I lie nice n go, and tho men back of It
aio planning to hnvo the prizes up and
,1 committee figuring out the tlmo ua
toon as umateiirs nud professionals
here begin, to show signs of taking
Tho tlmo na figured out will bo
something inidei the speed limit for
tho town, and something much faster
for tho roads, In nil probability,
though that will of course bo left for
the personnel of tho committee to decide.
The event Is unlmio here, as nothing
of tlio sort has over been held It Is
.ilfo nttinctlvc. as It would lm hard to,
let nniilcurs to race for speed with
piofesHlonals who nro here, while
.hey will go willingly Into such u con
test Honolulu Is a great auto town, In
which u lot of Interest Is taken In tho
iport. It Is hoped that tho event can
lie niailo notable.
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Tomorrow W. I,. Warren will play
S. S. Peck.
u public nro cordially Invited to
witness the play.
Tho opening of tho Newspaper
Ilascball League, which Is to bo on
next Sunday, Is now being looked
forward to with a good ileal of ex
pectation. The teams hnvo been
Itaard nt work, and It Is doubtful If
things nrc as disproportionate as
feared. In fact, somo of the teams
have developed the lump of confi
dence, nnd arc going in to win, all
As the thing was erncked up at
tho time ot the formation of tho
league the Advertiser bunch had the
best of the odds, but none of the
managers are willing to concede tho
When tlio teams hoolc up on,Sun
day, somo line on tho outcome enn be
gotten, but hardly boforo.
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The tegular meeting of tho Illvcr
dde Dabcluill I.eiigue, to bo held to
morrow evening at the offices of A.
I.. C Atkinson, Judil Llultdlug, will
be a lively line ns far as can bo seen
at this time. The most Important
matter of tho evening will bo tho
hearing of the Japanese prolyl
against tho Chinese Alohns, In tho
gamo pla.vcd on tho opening day. Tlio
little brown men from the land of tho
rising Mill claim that .loy did not
give out his decisions as ho ought.
and that It was through this that
the Nlppons lost the gamo to tho lat
ter team. The board of arbitration,
vhlch consists of President Jack At
kinson of the League, John Wlfco and
Chas. Fnlk, will ult tomorrow even
ing and give a hearing to the Japan
ese. It Is stilted that the Japaneso
have but a small clianco ot winning
out, us the umpire's decisions nre at
Ilcsides this, there will bo the icg
ulai business ot the evening. It Is
proposed to amend tho constitution
anil by-laws adopted at tho II 1st
meeting held by the League. There
secuiB to havn been a regular habit
of piotestlug all games in the mlno.'
leagues, nnd It Is said that tho new
laws pioposcd by this League will do
away with this, unless strong
grounds are shown in tlio protest.
PUV FORJALL (HP
Handicap singles for tho Wall Cup,
In tho llcictanla Tennis Club, will
commence this afternoon nt 4
o'eloclt ut the club's courts.
The second teams of St. Louis Col
lege und Punahou Collego crossed
batB yesterday afternoon at Punahou,
tho game remitting In u score of 12-8
In favor of the Saints. Tlio line-ups
St. Louis V. Yiimnshlro, cf; M,
Bolrhl, ilf: Win. Wells, ss; J. Wos
brook, gup Allow; and Holt, rf, Tom
Yen, cil3. Shlba, lb; J. Alona, p; .1.
Piinnhpus II. Hind, c; Hitchcock,
If; Schuumn, rf: C. Iloogs, bs; V. (le
noves, Sb; Crazier, lb; Mon Yin, ct;
G. Wlllfong. 2b.
A. Lovvrey nnd II. Kngllsh umpired
Says "Hawaii" Will
Be Entered To Race
la The Next Event
A member of tho yacht committee
said this morning that lie thought
ITie boat would be retained until the
next rncc could bo held, ns It would
be difficult to find a buyer, and It
would be policy, perhaps, to keep tho
boat anyway. The jncht cost In
round figures 120,000, to build, nnd
It Is doubtful If a buyer nt that fig
ure could bo found here. Tho boat
is eminently fitted for a race across
the ocean, and theio Is another tlmo
However, It will bo up to the com
mittee when It meets this afternoon,
nnd, until nftcr the meeting, the mat
ter is naturally up in the air.
io umkjp mis
This afternoon, at 4:30 o'clock,
the project to nrrnngo track nnd fleld
sports for tho time of tho stay of tho
Fleet In this port will bo launched
fairly, nt n meeting of tho committee,
to bo held nt the Y. M. C. A. build
ing for tho purpose.
There has been doubt expressed,
nnd with reason, If the schools nbout
this city will come In on tho projcci
to have a track and field team to
compete with tho Plcct men, but, In
any case, tho Y. M. C. A. will enter
a team, and the sports will bo held
It the committee can be given tlmo
Tho Islands have Bomo fast men,
who could hold their own, It is felt,
with nny of the athletes who might
bo nboard the ships, nnd for this rea
son, It no other. It Is particularly dc
Blrablo that the track sports be held.
En Sue and others would certainly
surprise tho men on Uncle Sam's
ships, by their speed If they had the
show, and the show will bo given
them If tho committee can do any
thing to bring nbout that result.
Special Showing of
Home - Made
New assortment in all styles of garments
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Tho High School Seniors defeated
the rrcshmen nt Maklkl jestcrday
afternoon In baseball by ii store of
7 to !i,!in an U-lmilng contest, which
wiiB full of a good deal of excitement.
Tho tcaniB trotted out on tho dia
mond as follows:
Seniors Oliver So.ircs, 3b; Hung
Ynu, cf; S. Wight, lb; Wn Chan, If;
(lllllland, c; Andrews, p; Mlnctaro,
cs; White, 2b; Kmmeluth, rf.
Kicshmcn Sing Hun, 3b; Norton,
c; Monsnrrat, ct; Mossman, lb; Clill
llngworth, 2li; Ahuna, ss; Pall, p;
Bmlth, If; Saffory, rf.
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Tho Arcuilln horsemen ipwllfy with
thilr horses nt tho expense ot the pub
lic tho first or second tlmo out nt Em
eryville, and Just when tlio public bo
rcimes Imbued with tho Idea thnt tlio
Santa Anita tlmcls wrong tho horso
I oils 111 ill ll pnui.
Hero ls;n suggestion for the Ath
letic Commlttoo which Is arranging
games to bo held while tho Klcct Is
"Sporting Editor K v o n I n g
It u 1 1 o 1 1 ii : Now that the Fleet
Entertainment Committee have taken
hold ot their work, to perfect plans
for entertaining tho ameers nnd men
of tho Fleet while visiting our port.
It Is to be hoped that they will not
overlook tho wheelmen. There nro
quite a number ot cyclists In our cltv
representing nulto a number ot na
tionalities, who aro enthusiastic over
tho possibility of being pitted agaliiHt
nthcis, in order to do their little In
assisting In entertaining tho visitors.
Trusting the committee will give ii
half-day to tho cyclists, and thanking
ou for space,
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20-HORSEPOWER ?2500. WHITE STEAM CAR, WHICH WON ITS
"CLASS IN THE RECENT BUENA VISTA HILL CLIMB AND
MADE BETTER TIME IN THE RACES THAN ANY
GASOLINE CARS, REGARDLESS OF PRICE
Tho Diamond Head A. C. will hnvo
practice at Aula Park this afternoon,
beginning with 1:30 o'clock. This
club will probably go Into tho field
next, Saturday with an entirely new
rn- Intimirn- battcrv. as Dili Chllllncworth. who
Niiilxii. MarBter, Frank Fllttner, Traf-1 was absent on Kauai last Saturday, Is
He Pal. j m,w back, and will bo In tho box for
tt B H I tho Jewels, vvhllo Catcher Davis will
Cy Young fanned nlno Senators In . iirobably not bo allowod by his em-
the Hist gamo ho pitched this bcason. ploers to get off ugaln to play, ami
ft 'g Eddie Fernandez Is expected to take
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May 6 Weekly shoot, H. G. C, 5.30
May 6 Mectlnu Kallhi Athletic
Club, 7:30 p. m.
May e Beretanla Tennis Club, Wall
Cup tourney, 4 p. m.
May 6 Meeting' of the Y. M. C. A.
track team, 4:30 p. m.
jl.iy 7 Meeting Riverside llaso-
ball League, 7:30 p. in.
"day 8 Ilascball, Punnhous vs.
..igh School, Oaliu Collego.
.May 0 Match raco, Slianuock v.
Duke Spencer, Jr.
May 10 Meeting Chlneso Alohas,
7:30 p. m.
May 10 Honolulu Golf Club four
Mny 10 Newspaper Ilascball
League season opens.
Mny 13 Invitation tourney, Ilorc
tnnta Tennis Club.
May 17 Wnlalua Golf Club tour
nament. June 4 Y. M. C. A. gymnasium
June 10 Hawaiian flun Club's
Bhoot for club championship.
Juno 11 Hawaiian aim Club's
bum I -annual prize shoot.
Juno 17 Hawaiian Gun Club's mi
known angles shoot.
July 3-t IIIIo races,
July i Maul races.
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A letter has boon written to tho
Fleet, to ascertain If It enn put n
Rocker team Into tho Hold, nud in enso
a favoiablo answer is received, tho
local socker 'players will begin to get
Into form. Otherwise they will of
court not troublo thomsclvcs to prac
tice up, as a gamo will not be hold.
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A practice game of eilckct will bo
held Saturday at Maklkl grounds, the
i president and tho vIco-prcHldcnt of tho
I Ii. C. C. probably to bond tho oppus-
I ing teams.
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A talk on piece will be pulled off
soon In which Halter (1. Smith will
appear as one of tho piluclpnls. Tho
bout will take placo In a church,
Tlio meeting of the "Hawaii" com
mittee will he hehl this afternoon,
owing to their Inability to get togeth
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A meeting of tho Honolulu Dnsohall
Lcacua will bojield at 12:15 o'clock
tomorrow at, tho offices of Thompson
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The match rnco between Suprlso
nnd Shamrock Is to bo held at Kaplo
lanl Park Saturday afternoon noxt.
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The Kallhi Athletic Club will hold
Its regular weekly meeting this oven
Ing at the usual tlmo and place.
Tht weekly shoot of the Hawaiian
Gun Club will bo hold this altf.noon
nt fi o'clock,
The sooner you get to work for
your vacation trip the easier you will
find it, and the sooner it will be
yours. After you have earned it, you
can go at any time, so don't wait, un
til you are ready to go before you
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Now York, Apill 19. Henry
Chadwlck, known throughout tho
country as the "father of baseball,"
Is reported dying at his i.csldcnco In
Urooklyn tonight. Mr. Chadwlck Is
suffering fiom pneumonia and heart
trouble. Ho Is 8.1 years old. Mr.
Chadwlck was born' In England nnd
came to tho United Stntcs when a
youth. Ho has written many articles
on baseball und other popular pas
times, and Ik an nuthoilty on tho
rules of his favorlto gamo.
A signal honor was paid to
members of Honry Chadwlck,
"father of babelull," who died at PJill.
udclphla lately, at tho advanced ugo
of 84 years. Thiiuighout this bioad
land, wherever there Is a baseball
game played, flags were hung at half
mast on the day following.
it a a
The balls used this season lack the
old gloss. Under tho now lules pitch
ers nro prohibited fiom soiling tho
new balls by rubbing them in thu illit
or on tho grass. The balls Vcre ills
colored for two i-cahoiis. Ono was
to blind (ho batters and the other to
icuinve tho high iiollt.li so the ball
could bo gripped tighter nnd there
fore curved 'better. With tho manu
facturer furnishing uuglossed bills
Iho pitchers can work to better ml-vanlnge.
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