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On Junb lltli, the day the Y. M.
C. A. Marnthon Is to be run at Kn
plolanl Park, an eleven mile bicycle
race will probably be pujled off. Dr.
nana or the Y. M. C. A. Is getting
the affair up, and hag chosen the
rather strange distance of eleven
miles, because once In the long ago
ho won a bicycle race over that dis
tance. The Doctor received" a dia
mond-set gold watch for a prUe In
that race, and tins decided to offer
It to any local cyclist who can beat
or equal the time ho mado in that
event, which was cut out .In 29 min
utes, 19 2-S seconds.
There will also be a flvo-mllo Ju
nior race on Saturday, April 7, and
tho course has been changed a little;
the start will be made at the corner
of Ileretanla and Alakea; .thence
down Alakea to. King, along King to
tho League park ,up to lleretnnln
and down Ileretanla to Alakea, where
the finishing line will be. Elevon
entries are in for this evefit anil the
raco Bhould be a really good one.
The fact of the contest being
brought off on tbo day prior to the
big Marathon will lend much Inter
est to tho run, and doubtless a great
number of people will line the streets
along which the runners will travel.
People who live along tho route
won't have to trouble about leaving
home to see the race, as the peds
will pass their doors.
Most of the contestants In tbo five-
mile run nre also entered for the Y.
M. C. A. Marathon of Juno 11. These
men are in flno condition right nbw,
and really run a chance of becoming
Btnle from overtraining. However,
Dr. Hand Is an old-tlmo athleto him
self, and Is wise to every movo In
the athletic game, and may be relied
upon to watch his men closely and
see that they do not overdo tile
tt n r
Next,. Sunday, at Atkinson J'ark,
the Kewalos and Marines" will play,
off a baseball gamo which may de-'
cldo the- championship. If the Ke
walos, win, they will be ahead of nil'
the teams In the league, and be be
yond the possibility of defeat.
Should the Marines defeat the Ke
walos the result will bo a tie for the
championship, and another final
match will have to bo played, to de
cide who Is .cock of tho walk.
Doth teams feel confident of being
able to win, and as that Is not pos
sible, a very keen and interesting
gamo may be expected. A huge num
ber of fans will root for their re-
spcctlvd teams and tho excitement
should run high right through the
gamo. Drcler will pitch for the Ma
rines, and If he Is In as good form as
he waB on Wednesday last, should
make (ho Kowalos work hard to score
n n tt
pig Ball Seems
Pau For Next
The possibility of Dig League ball
seems very' remote, as negotiations
have been put under way to lease tho
league grounds to tho Rtversldo
League people. A. K. Vlerra Is con
sidering tho 'matter, and It may be
that the arrangements may be com
pleted. It Is u great pity thut 'the
big ball games appear to have fallen
through for this season, but the real
cause of the trouble seems to be that
there Is so much free baseball played
that the crowds will not dig up for
However, there will be plenty of
ball p be seen, and moat of It will
be real good, too. The only differ
ence Is that Instead of having three
or four good teams, we will havo a
great number of clubs, each of which
will have one or two first-class men
nnd the balance made up of fair play
era. This will surely improve lio
standard of ball right through' the
Island, and the following season wo
may have qulto a number 'of good
new men who under any other con
ditions would never havo come to
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
Apr. 11: Wala.lua v. Ales.
Apr. 11: Bwa vs. 'Walanae.
Apr. 11: Starltnes v. l'aclf
Apr. :- Cavalry vs. Jirt
Apr. JtVtf. O. . Tt. Mar
Inet. MftMIBM, .
Apr. ilt: Ltftcue. tJroundt.
Apr. 31: TMia.
Things are moving in the yacht
ing line now, and within a few wcoki
the official program for tlitucoinlng
season will bo out. The secretary of
the Hawaii Yacht Club Is busy at
present drawing up a schedule of
crulsea and races for the summer,
nnd as soon as the commit too go Into
the matter the details will be pub
lished., The regatta will bo the big'
event, nnd It is looked forward to by
all tho nautical members of the com
munity. These annual raws are the
real thing and they are very keenly
Perhaps the most uleasant nhnn
of the yachting icendn Is the cruise
In company with somo other conge
nial souls to a scheduled basin, where
tho anchor Is dropped and, after
refreshing dip, the plpo is lit nnd tho
story of yie run down discussed.
Kauknu nover tastes so well m when
taken In the. open air, either aboard
the craft, or under a' tcrit-lly on the
The Pearl Harbor cruises, from
Saturday till Monday, are delightful.
und no doubt during .the coming sea
son many such excursions .will ha
Wade. Then'' the round-the-Island
cruises will come off, and possibly
a race to Hllo will,' eventuate also.
Tuklng.lt, altogether ttie,lrospecjs
ror me coming yaanting-. season ap
pear very bright, and 'everything
points to a successful regatta as well.
I R I '. '
BURNS' OPINION 0 "
c r.'OF DEARIE'S CHANCE
Here. Is what Tommy Ilurns s'aldiu'
Melbourne lately; "Jeffries could
train down to good form again' K he
wished, but I doubt. If. be will; ' It
has always been a hard matter - to
get Jeffries Into solid training work.
'Jeff' Is too easy-going, too good-na
tured for' the boxing gamo to be con
genial to him, hut there is no man
half so formidable whon wound up to
meet an 'opponent. If Jeffries trains
to meet Johnson, und I hope he will,
Johnson will assuredly bo beaten,
and beaten badly, Johnson's ono ef
fective blow Is his uppcrcut a ter
ribly dangerous blow against a short
man like myself, who fights with a
crouch,' but absolutely useless against
Jeffries', who would stand well up
away from it. Ilosldes, Jeffries can
uppercut worse than Johnson, and
in addition can deliver a blow any
way at 'all that would knock out' any
man. Kvory blow Jeffries strikes,'
and his' variety is great, Is a serious
matter. Certainly I challenged Jef
fries and tried hard to Induce htm
to moot me, and would have been
glad of tho opportunity to'Jlght him)
but I candidly admit that 'Jeffries,
when fit and well .could beat mo,
and Johnson, and three or four moro
of the next best In the ring, one aft
er the other. If It comes to the
wrestling and holding tactics that
Johnson employed against ime, then
Johnson against Jeffries' would bo of
no account, for 'Jeff' could hold him
as easily as Johnson hetd tme. ilut
Jeff' does not fight that way; ho
knocks bis man clean out. It the
American peoplo can force Joffrlcs
Into the ring they will, and If they
do, it will be 'good-byo' Johnson."
WHITE SOX WI1L
VISIT HAWAII 1011
CHICAQO, III. President Chas.
A. Couilskcy pf tho Chicago American
League Uasebull'Club has announced,
according to a report here, that ho
will take his baseball team around
the world after the season of 1911 Is
finished. The start will be inailo
from San"Kranclsco about October
15 ,1911. Theflrst games will bo
played In Honolulu and the Philip
pines, then In the Orient.
Tho trip of the All-American Imso
ball club to Japan, China, the Phil
ippines, and Hawaii last winter led
Comlskey to think that n trip around
the world would be a success.
In 1906, Comlskey took his team
to tho City of Mexico for Its spring
training and tho trip was a great
The Marathon race whlch'ls to be
run on Sunday week at the League
ball gtounds is attracting a lot of
attention from the otiicr Islands.
Hllo folk nro already talking of gct
tlngtip n similar event In tho rainy
city. The race-track In that city
would bo an Ideal place for such an
event, and no doubt when tho ac
counts of our local long-distance run
reach Hllo, the plantation men will
get together and arrange n Mara
thon. As regards Honolulu's star even
of April 18, everything Is going on
O. K. Thirty-two men will piobably
start, and N'lgel Jackson may be ro
lled upon to compete. His statement
to the II u 1 1 c 1 1 n reporter Inst
week was to the effect that ho would
probably not mart In the big race.
Owing, to not being able to devote
sufficient tlmo to training.- However,
Nigel thinks that people may imag
ine he has cold feet, and to rcmovo
that Impression the plucky runnel
has announced his Intention of com
peting. No one could possibly ac
cuse Jackson of cold feet after see
ing him finish In tho Hnlclwa race,
and after watching li tin stand up to
Ilugler-Sarcnnl within the squared
circle. Jackson Is in fine fettle lust
now, nnd Is training hnrd for the big
race; ho will go close lo winning,
Thq Marathon rules which were
cabled for should reach here on
n'Al,r" ,c ttna l,iat wl" K,vo ml,!e
time to tho malinKvmcnt to publish
them. Tho league track Is now
marked out and competitors can
tialn there any time they wish. This
Is most satisfactory, its the runner
can time himself much butter when
he knows exactly what dlstnuco he
is covorlng. No doubt a big crowd
will turn out every nftertioan lu the
future to watch the men at work.
The first prize lh tho Mnruthon
will bo worth -aU least '$100, und
should bo veryuccfptnblo to the for-
lunate winnetv. uuisr. ' prizes-are-aieo
provided for, and a full list will be
published noxt 'weeR' iScorcjs and
other officials are being arranged for
and alltlio arrangements, will bo up
to dnte; jJacJj Scul)ivls ..working
linn! nvnr 'thi rlntnllfi nml la flvllltr
up things in great style. If Sunday
week Is'a flno day, and .It looks as If
the feather was settled now, tin
largest crowd that ever attended the
ball grounils will turn out to watch
the greatest event 'ever pulled off In
n k k
The officers of the Honolulu Crick
et Club have switched around a little.
Captain lluchly, finding that 'Increas
ed business responsibility prevents!
him from taking tho active part hn
wished to In arranging games, etc.,
has resigned his position as captain.
Ana the vacancy has been filled by
Mr. Mcaill, who formerly hild, down
the Job of vlco captain.' The execu
tive committee, however, insisted o.i
Mr. lluchly holding' somo responsi
ble position, and ho was .elected to
take Mcaill's late' position ns ylco
Tomorrow tho sailors of tho Dol
barden Castle are to hnvo a holiday
and a crlckot match Is to bo played
at Makikl. The, deep-water men, al
though defeated last week, are going
to havo another cut at the Moral
players, and as the tars havo had a
little practice, the match should bo
closer than the first one. The crick
et ground Is In good condition now,
and tho recent rain has improved
the outfield a lot.
The games with tho Ilritlsh men
of-warsmen livened up the Intorert
In cricket and generally nowadays
more players turn out than has been
the case for years. All members who
wish to play tomorrow hail better
communicate with Mr. McQIU.
Tlmo. 2 o'clock sharp.
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