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EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOORE
Bulletin vs. Paradise
The nccond rimick of the Newspa
per Lc:iruc will be held nt Hnscbnlt
I'nrk tomonow mornliiR, the Ilulle
tins anil llio l'nrndlsc and tho Stars
ami tho Mercantile tennis trjIiiK con
rlusloiiH. The heavenly biincli has
not yet been seen nut In suits, hut
It tins been spoken of ns possible Hint
tho newspapers will have il chanco
to use the headline,, "Paradise Lost."
At all cicnts, It seems probable
that the Mercantlles will walk away
with the second game, If they arc In
the same form which they showed on
last Sunday, and the Stars have not
come up a good deal In their playing.
The games will be held this time
In the forenoon, the first to begin at,
9 o'clock and tho fcccond to follow
Immediately. In this way, the pub
lic will bo able to attend the games
nt IlaKcball Park, and at Aula Park
also,, If so desired, and there Is a
chanco f6r a full day of basoball,
Just as If the teams played morning
and nftcrnoon games here, as they do
In many places on Sundays.
The teams went Into their first
games without much practice, nntl
ns they havo had the week In whlcli
to work, It Is exacted that thoy Willi
show up this tlmo In better form all
Tho crowds which attended last
Sunday were satisfactory. It Is ex
pected thut the same bunch and even
nioro will be out this time, as some
of tho teams have succeeded In work
ing up quite a rivalry, and have sup
porters who will watch tho outcome
of tho games wlti Interest have
sprilng up for each of the club,s.
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IIILO, Hawaii, May 14. Tho
great giimo of tho season will bo
played on Saturday afternoon at 3
o'clock between a team of the em
ployes of II. Ilackfold & Co. and thr
County of Hawaii. Free grand stand.
Ilackfold C. Wickctt, c; Luke Lo
Illond, p; II. Kellner, lb; Geo. Ma
pal, 2b; J. Todd. 3b; W. II. Hlso--man,
ss; T. Nushldn, If; M. Vlctoi,
cf; J, Santos, rf.
County C. K. Magulrc, c; N. V.
Alull, p; O. D. Supc, lb; 0. Todd, 2b;
V. Campbell, 3b; II. Lyman, ss; II.
Drown, If j W. M. Kcolanul, cf; Eu
gene Lyman, rf.
Next Sunday's games will be: Hllo
vs. Nanlwa and II. A. 0. vs. Hllo.
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An announcement of n gnmo yes
terday afternoon between tho Kamx
and tho Puns nt Kamchnmehn was
a mistake, caused by an error of of
ficials In looking up tho schedule.
Tho game will bo played on Monday
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K SPORTS CALENDAR
May 10Aala Athletic Club con
cert and dance, K. of J?, hall.
May 16 Opening cruise of Hawaii
May 17 Baseball, Okuwa vs. Star,
Line; Seaside League.
May 17 Baseball, Palama A. C.
vs. Chinese Alohas; Chinese Athletic
Club vs. Kaala A. 0.
May 17 Baseball, newspaper
League, Bulletin vs. Paradise; Star.
VS. JuCrCUntHC uiuntiiui iui auiu itim nur
May 17 Waialua Qolf Club tour- l'i'.ilily Le. orcctcil In tho near fit
na'.ncnt. ituro. President Atkinson Is working
, '' for this. '
May IS llnsebnll, Kama vs. Puna
hou, Kumuhumcha grounds (Intur
May 18 Ilascball, Alllolanl vb.
Mny 23 Kamchamcha Athletic
Association minstrel show.
May 20 Kaplolanl
May 23 Match race, Shamrock vs.
Duke, onc-hnlf mile.
May 24 Golf, Country Club's bo
Juno 4 Y. M. C. A. gymnasium
June 10 Hawaiian Gun Club's
shoot for club championship.
June 11 Hawaiian Gun Club's
snml-annual prize shoot.
June 17 Hawaiian Gun Club'B un
known nngles shoot.
July 3-4 llllo races,
July 4 Maul rsces.
Sports For Jane
11, Ajjalihi Bay
A program of aquatic events Is to
bo given by the Kamchamcha Aquat
ic Club nt Kahaknnulnnn-by-tho-Sca,
Knllhl ll.i y. on Juno 11. 1008. com
memorating tho nntnl day of tho con
queror Knuiehamclia 1.
A lunu will he given by tho club
at Its headquarters, to which nil arc
nsked to rontrlbutc liberally, to as
sist the said club financially. Tho
following are the spcrt3 to bo given.
1 Modern canoe race, two pnd
dies, for women. Course, from flag-
In front of headquarters to nil
Iron stake sen-ward, and return.
Klrst prize, $3; second, $2'.
2 Modern canoe race, two pad
dles, for boys. Course, samo as
nbove race. Klrst prize, 3; second,
3 Chnmplonshlp of Hawaii, mod
ern canoes, sailing, first class. Courso
from Mukulll Point to and rounding
red flag maknl of Mokumoa In Mo
annlua Hay, nnd return to opposlto
headquarters. Klrst prize Is silver
cup nnd lf In cash, said silver cup to
bo won three times In succession;
second, ; third, t.l.CO; fourth, 13;
fifth, 2. no.
4 Sailing ennoo race, modern ca
noes, second class. Course, samo as
third race. Klrst prize, 15; second,
5 Sailing canoe race, modern ca-
noes, third class. Course, from Ma
kalll Point to and rounding bluo flag
Klrst prlzo, IP; second, $3.
6 Ancient canoe race, six pad
dles, cna'nip'lon8hip of Oahu. Course,
from opposite headquarters of club
to blue flag and return. Klrst prize.
$6; second, $4. SO.
Officers of tho club are: Eli J.
Crawford! president: David M. Kupl-
hea, ccrctary; Harry II. Helela,
treasured; Alex. Smith, Jr., auditor;
Samuel ''Klpl, trainer. Soliciting
commltWe' E. J. Crawford, Harry 11.
Hclcln:'Mscs O. Punohu, Mrs, Moses
Members and tho public desiring
to participate or enter In any of tho
events are given to Juno 6, 1908,
Saturday night, at a special meeting
duly sct'for tho purpose. Entries
c'lose on'that night and all entry
fees must'"bo paid then and there.
The general sporting public Is re
It Is claimed by a good many oi
the fans that C. Townscnd, Jr., woro
tho II. A. C. uniform four years ago
and should not bo allowed to play In
the minor league Townscnd plays
for tho Alohas.
a a a
A. K. Vlcrra, tho president of tho
Knlantnnaole League, states that a
meeting of that leaguo will soon be
held to form plans for tho coming
V. Ayuu, tho crack shortstop of tho
Alohas, will probably play for the
St. Louis In tho nenr future Ayau
will mako a good addition 'to that
a a a
Chan, Abe, the vlco president of the
Itiierslda Junior League, Is author
ity for the statement that a Japanese
Leaguo will soon bo organized.
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lternard Kelckolio, tho former
president of tho Rlvcrsldo League,
has announced himself ns a cancll-
da to for tho Legislature
a a a
I'aiama a. c. vs. Chinese Alonas
""! the Chlneso A. C. vs. tho Kuala
, A. C will bo tho baseball program to -
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II. English yas not playing as woM
as usual In his last galno for the
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Secretary V. Tin Chong of the
Hlversldo Leaguo has been elected
"8 I,rc,t8 BS'ent
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Cupt. Hoopll of tho Kaalas expects
to Win tomorrow against tho Chlneso
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"Sport for sport's sake" Is ono of
the objects of tho Hlversldo League.
1 a a a
John Notley's Nippon team will
not play this Sunday. ,
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"Tho Kum and the High School
basoball teams mct In contest on tho
Knin onnipiis this afternoon,
Palama And Alohis To
Hook Up - Kaalas
It may not bo another 17-lnnlnt;
game between tho two crack team
of the Hlvcrsldc Ilascball League, tho
Palama A. C. and the Chinese Alohas,
but nevertheless tho game to bo
played tomorrow afternoon nt Aula
Park between these two clubs will bo
tin Interesting one. Doth of theso
teams arc in good trim and tho com
ing contest will ho faBt and closely
fought. Manager D. Kahaulclto of
tho Palamas has no doubt of defeat
ing the unlucky Alohas, who havo
always put up close games with tho
teams of this league, but has seldon.
been able to win out In tho end. The
battery will be: Palamas, V. Espln
du and Clcmont; Chlneso Alohas,
Luka McShane and Ilrlto.
The Chinese A. C. will faco tho
leaders of the league, tho Kaala A.
C, In tho second gnmo. Tho Kaalas
hnvo won cvory game played nnd
Manager Leal Is confident of giving
tho little men from the land of tho
drngon flag a good rub. Tho Chinese
bos aro good ball-players and It
will take a good deal beforo Joseph
Lcal's Specials can beat them.
Thcro Is a plan t- havo tho C. A.
C. play a gamo wlth the Kclo Uni
versity team when that team is horn.
If such n plan can bo carried out, tt
promises to bo one of the most In
teresting baseball contests over pro
moted. Kapa, of Atkinson Leaguo
fame, who won the championship for
tho Rainbows of that league, will d
tho slab-work .for tho Kaalas and C.
Maknnul will receive the horsohlao
pellet behind thestlck. John Lo nn-1
Chi Ilui will form tho C. A. C. bat
tery, Thcro aro no (adds given In
Ilerl liowcrs, who failed to put in
an appcaranco as umpire In lacl
Sunday's games, will bo there till
time, nnd there, will bo no disputes
about the umpire In the coming
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Orvle Overall, tho crack right
hander of the Chicago Cubs, Is start
ing out this spring as he did last
year, winning every game.
Overall has not lost a gamo slnco
August 10 of last year. In tho mean
time he has won thirteen champion
ship games for his club and Is going
so strong that he may pass the mark
set by him last season, when he won
fifteen straight nine nt the end of
me season oi isuo una six BiruiBiu
at tho opening last spring.
Nine of Overall's thirteen vlctox
Ics In this string were won last fall,
one waB tho fourth game of the
world's scries with Detroit and thrco
straight this spring.
August 10 Overall started against
Philadelphia and pitched one-third
of an Inning against Sparks, That
tamo was lost and charged agatnt
tho California giant. Tho following
day ho came back, won his game, and
lias kept up the stride ever since.
Sandwiched among theso many vic
tories Is one 12-Innlng draw tho
opening battle of the world's borlos.
Everything else that Orvlo has pitch
ed In has been chalked up to tho
credit of the .West 8lders. Twlco ho(
was sent In to Tolieve others In dis
tress and saved tho game or stopped
I tho slaughter.
i On September 8 lie 'relieved Drown
., Wlllu ,. fpi.t8imrc
gnmo-wag 08tl 2-3, and again on the
, 22dihe snved a BIl,0 ror " Lundgrorf
1 against Hoslon, which elided S-7 for
a a a
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Tho necessary guarantee to brltm
tho' teams from Japan and Santa
Clara College has been arranged
through a local bank, and everything
points toward a pretty lively base
ball season for the big league.
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The Itapld Transit 1h handling tho
basoball crowds In lino shnpo thcr
days. No crowding or long waits..
a thing to bo detested, as nvorybody
Is nioro or less In a hurry t'hen tho
games are over,
it a tt
With Jim Thompson buck in the
game, tho Jewels will huvc someone
to keep 'cm going. Jim will play
this year with tho Diamond Heads
UiHlKid of llio RnlntH, as was rumored.
BIO LEAGUE HITTERS
Some new faces appear among the
vliirgora of tho major leagues this sea
son. Most of the old men, like Sheck:
ard. Chase, Cobb, Seymour, Donlin,
Stclnfcldt nnd Kcctcr nppcur to be
holding their own, but young slugger,)
will crop up every year, -ind 'tis wull
for tho gamo that they should. At
tho end of tho first ncven mimes. Dole-
hanly, a brother of 1M Dclchanty, ono
of tho grentent hitters tin; bawball
world ever saw, led the 'American
League. Jim Dclchanty lit with tho
Washington club, playing third base.
Hitting runs In tho Pclehanty family.
Tom, who played two seasons for So
altlo when it It ml 11 great toatu.'wns ti
hard hitter. Hal Chase la baltlm: like
n house a 11 re. Ho Is fourth 011 tho list
and going nt n .393 clip. Cobb, who
led tho American leaguo hi'.'t year, N
doing nicely nt .357. Jimmy Mctlaiu
Is clouting tho ball hnrdcr than ho
did In tho Coast Leaguo. Ho Is hitting1
,29C for lloston. Lnjolu has yet to cut
I1I3 pare. I
The following players In Aincilrau
aro hitting .2C0 01 better. j
Players. Clubs. ' (lames A v.!
Delehanty, Washington .. 7 .ISO
McConnell, lloston ll .417
Schacfcr, Detroit 0
Chnso, Now York .,, 7
Laportc, Itoston 8
Lord, lloston .....' S
Cobb, Dotiott R
J. Clarke, Cleveland 1;
Stahl, Now York 7
Klelnow, New York 7
Itossman, New York I!
Kecler, Now York 7
illnchmnn, Cleveland .... G
Wallace St. Louis 8
K. Jones, Chicago 8
Conroy, Now York 7
Mcllato, lloston 8
Stovnll. Cleveland C
Dradlcy, Cleveland fl
Turner, Cleveland 0
Milan, Washington f
Nllcs, New Yotk 7
Hemphill, Now York 7
Unglaub, lloston 8
Collins, Philadelphia 8
LaJOlo, Cleveland 0
T. Jones, St. Louis 8
Tannchill, Chicago K
Thoncy, Rostou 8
Wagnor, lloston 0
Sheckard starts off as leader In tho
National Leaguo, with Ilurcli, n now
man with Ilrooklyn, second. Ilclng
out of tho gamo n year apparently did
not dim Mlko Donlln's slugging oye,
tor ho is gain at a .321 clip, lloth
Mlko Mltche." and Larry McLean nr
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meeting tho ball 011 tho noso for CI11
clnattl. The mighty Wagner has iiot
stalled yet und Is way bolow the .250
Tho following players aro batting
.250 or better In thu National.
Players. Clubs. Games Av.
Shocknrd, Chicago 7 .480
Iltlick; Ilrooklyn ' C .455
Lench, Pittsburg 7 .441
Dooln, Philadelphia 7 .409
Seymour, New York 7 .3S0
Swnclnn, Pittsburg 7 .380
Kiiabc, Philadelphia 7 .303
Diihlcn, Hoslon 7 .300
Jordan, Iliooklyn .' 7 .300
RK'Inffldt, Chlcng'i 7" .357
llcaiimnnt. IIofIoii 0 .333
Murray, St. John , 7 .333
Doiilln, New York 7 .321
Itumiiiol. Ilrooklyn 7 .320
Doolln, Philadelphia 7 .320
Clarke, Plltsbun; 7 .320
McLean. Clnclnattl .318
Shannon, New York 7 .300
Ganzel. Clnclnattl . 7 .290
Mitchell, Clnclnattl 0 .291-''
Hosteller, Ht. Louis 7 .292
Lobort, Clnclnattl 7 .280
Tennoy, New York 7 .280
Mow rey, Clnclnattl 7 .2G'J
Drlilwvll. New Yoik 7 .201
KIIiik. Chicago 7 .259
Pcrgen, llrouklyn ...... x 5 .250
Scliullc, Chicago 7 .250
Evcrs, Chicago .7 ,250
O'ltourko, St. Louis 5 .250
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Now Oilcans. Mny 15. Before tho
Legislature, which mot at Union
Ilougo on the 12th, an attempt will bo
mai'.o to suppress absolutely cvory
form of betting ut raco trncks, and It
Is oxpecled IliattlilH will result In thu
permanent closing of nil of Ixmls
lnna'H tracks. No suggestion of what
opposition tho racing Interests will
mnko has yet becomo public. Thoso
who claim to be friends of tho sport,
without financial Interest therein, havo
proposed a Stnlo Racing Commission
ns nn alternative to tho complete clos
ing of the tracks.
Thn avowed opponents of raco track
gambling In nny form Includo lo dnto
most of tho nowspnpers of tho Stato
and several hundred Influential clt
Izmis. The Btato'H political leaders
of both parties hnvo declared strongly
ngnlnst raco track gambling, nnd thu
moHsngo of (iovcrnor-olect Bandcru,
who Hindu raco track gambling a feat
ure of the recent campaign, Is awaited '
with Intel est,
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A match raco bus been made be
tween Dixon's Mnkaula and Gray's
Sunrise, distance quarter mllo, for a
purn of ?r0, tho raco to bo run at
Knplnlanl Park this aftornoon at 4
x rt iTn
Street " " I