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Change of program three times a
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'The Girl from the West'
Tlitro wns n practice gnmo of polo
at l.clliliua on Saturday last ana a
ery booi! showing wag made by the
officers of thro cantonment who took
part In tho sport. Tho ponies nro oi
course a llttlo green at tho game yet,
but enough form wns shown to draw a
lino on the possibilities of tho Schoflel 1
contingent making good against the
Honolulu nnd Mnut teams.
Tho polo ground Is in fnlrly goal
order nnd a little moro work on It will
make It as good ns any other In tho
Territory. Ab soon as tho Lellchua
plajcra get their mounts into Rtinl
shupo somo flno gnincs runy bo looked
forward to between the locals and the
Tennis Is also on tho boom at Lei
Icluia, and tho courts are being rapid
ly put into shape. Thoro, are some
strong plncrs at tho barracks, and
there Is talk of n big tournament bo
Kams and Oahu
Ewa & Walanae
No less than ten innings hail to bo
played yesterday to decide tho base
ball gamo botweehr the Knmehamcha
and High School Mint, which v. 11
plned on Alexander-Itld. McCnndtcss
pitched real good'tialp and it was hard
lurk Hint Ihn Knmit Retired thp mm run
necessary to win off him In the tenth Inched good ball and only walked ono
Inning. Tho second game, between tho man during the game. He also brought
St. Louis and Oahu College, was not off a star play by making a one-hand
so close, as tho Punohou boys put It ' tch (hlU would have uccn crC(llt t(J
In the Plantation League play on
Sunday last the Ewa team defeated
the Wnlalun bunch by a scoro of 21 to
CI Heads like a cricket score, or nn
Australian baseball report In tho Sun
day papers. Clark, for the Ewn team,
u cr tbo Saints to tho tune of 7 to 1
Esplndn put up a good class cf ball,
but tho support accorded him w.is
weak at times. Ho not, only pitched
right through tho game In plucky stylo,
but also scored the only run that the
St. Louis team made'.
There waB a fair sited crowd pres
ent, nnd the game was watched "ith
great Interest by the;-school fans who
thronged the sldo lines. Tho Oahu
Wednesday and Thursday, the
pretty Southern story, "THE PRIN
CESS OF PATCHES."
Friday and Saturday, Augustin
Daly's irreatcst success. "UNDER
Popular Prices 25c, SOc, 75c,
The New Open-Air Theatre.
LATEST MOVING PICTURE9
Two entrances: Fauahi St,
Changes Every Monday
COLORED FILMS THIS WEEK.
PRICES 5 AND 10 CENTS
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Only the finest work turned
out. Let us do yours.
J. Abadie, Prop.
gone much further. Tho official scores
for both games follow:
All R BUSH O
McKcnzle. If. ....4
Kamnloplll, 2b. .'.6
Joslah, ss ,..3
fnl In tm n wm tntvtntl . vnll I A t . I a
Ing pulled off soon. Matches will also (-' "' ....u....u .. ,
probably bo played between tho local ,now uvcn ' corppotlt Ion will, a
tennis club, and tho Military men. Percentage of 1 000 each. The High
An automobile track is also ono of nn st- ,"" ' th lur"
II... fnnf.ro. nf t.r.llr.h.1,. nn.f II I. .,..Cla,", nt PrCSCnt but Wll be Up Olid
ported that somo very exciting races
will bo run thero soon. There nro cv
ernl machines nt tho camp, nnd It In
said that races will nlso bo nrrnngd
between machines from town,
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LEAGUE'S PROGRAM Murraylb." '.".'. '. '.'. 0
The remnlndcr of tho games In thai ''!!"n,,p i
, , , ,,, . i . .Akann, cf. 4 0
Military League series will bo as fol- klmapchu, e. ..3 2
",ws: IMcIntyre, rf. 4 0
Wednesday, April 28 Marines vs. rjartcls, 3b, ...,.4 1
i on snnuer. ai Ania 1-nrit.
Sunday, May. 2 Cavalry vs. N, G.
11. At Ulleliua.
Wednesday, May 5 Marines vs.
Cavalry. At Anla Park.
Sunday, May 9 Fort Shatter vs. N.
CI. II. At Aula Park.
Wednesday, May 12 Cavalry 4s.
Port Shatter. At Lollehua.
Sunday, May 1C N. 0. II. vs. Ma
rincs. At Aula 1'ark.,
ddncsdny, Mny -1 -(mornlng--
rort Shatter vs. Marines. At Aaia
Sunday, May 23 N. 0. II. s. Cav
alry. At Lcllehua.
Sunday, May 30 Marines s. Cav
alry. At Lcllehua.
Totals .'....'.34 5 8 4 30 11 B
man school. -
Sing Iloon, If. ...40000
Itlco, 2b ,.4 2
Kawamoto, e 3 0
II. Chllllngw'th, ss3
C. Y. Mark, 3m. . .4 0
Andrews, lb 4. 1
Kaulukpu, cf. ..4 0
McCandlcss, p. ,...40
Morton, rf. 3 0
fMnrcalllno 1 0
any plnjcr In Mlquo Plshor's team.
President West was on hand to
coach his pets, and was delighted nt
the game Ewa put up. Tho Journey
homo to Ewa wns a much moro cheer
ful ono than tho prfcvlous Sunday,
when the bunch wero defeated by Wnl-
The other game was played at Ales,
and wnB won by the Walnnao team by
a score of 7 to 6. The protested game
between i Walnnao and Alon will bo
plnycd later on. la the season. Ewn
nnd Walanas nro oven so far In the
scries with a percentage of .800; Wnl
alua, which has won only one game
out of five played, tins a percentage of
.200 and Alea Is last, having lost every
game plajcd so far.
SUNDAY .BALL IS GOOD
AT THE PARK
The All Stars bent the All-Hawaii
by a scoro of 13 to T on Sundny In tho
piny of the Knplolnnl 1-eiifitiu scries.'
jThe other game, between the High-
lands and thn Ilench team, resulted lti
a win for the former by a score of ifl
to 4. Halo, of tho All-Hawalls. mado m
thrco bagger and brought tho fans o
their feet thereby. Doth games we.jp
exciting and tho large crowd of spec
'tutors who wero present en Jojed iy
lrV Innmnnt tt tUn nftnrnnnn I
Of T..A ir..i..f....i t A. ,.. .... .v....
i uu itujMw.t.... iuru in. ,.uiii:i ink
Totals 34. ,4 3' 3 28 11 2
1234 66789 10
Sunday, Juno 6 (last game) Fort Huns 0 0 1 0 1 1 00 1 1 6
Shatter B. N. O. II. At Aaia Park.
COMPANY "H" BEAT
"F" TEAM BY 7 TO 2
Yesterday afternoon nt Port Shnftcr,
Compnny II defeated Company F, by a
scoro of 7 to 2, amidst great excite
ment and rooting. Iluddhu, who
pitched for the winners, put up n flno
class of ball, Btrlklng out no less than
eight batters. Compnny II scored four
in tbo fourth, nnd thus put them well
nhenil of tho other bunch. Mojo nnd
Iteckdnhl scored for tho losers, nnd
great was tho rojolclng thereforo.
Much Interest Is being taken In tho
Dunning Cup scries, and it looks at
present ns if thero would bo a closo
finish between Companies (1, II nnd F.
Company O leads In the competition
with a percentage of .750; Compnnlcs
V nnd II nro even with .500, nnd Com
pany U .000. Tho last team, howovor,
may spnrklo up at any moment, and
then thero will bo something doing for
it m n
I). II 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 "4 8
.nuns 0 0020110004
D, II 000200 10003
Two-baso hits, Mclntyre: base on
balls, off Mlllknn, 2: off MeCindlco's.
3; struck ou, by Mllikaa, 8; by V5,
Candlcss, 8; passed balls, Kawamoto,
Target practlco Is being carried on
nt Schulleld barrnckH nnd will con
tinue for about thrco months. A num
ber of Intcrtroop matches will bo shot
oft during the ncur future, and noma
ery closo scoring Is cxpestcd as qulto
a number of tho teams arc shooting at
present In flno stylo.
Thero will be a meeting of tho 0I
lectors of tho Hcalani Ilont Club to
mot row ovcnlng nt tho clubhouio; ns
tomo very Important matters nro to
como up for consideration It Is re
uuostid that all tho directors uttend.
1; Kallmapchu, 1; Norton, lj sacrifice
hits, Ilartols; doublo plays, Rico to
jyurK, Anurows, unassisted, Kamaln
plll to Murray; time, 1:45; umpire Or-
dcnBtcln; scdror, P. I Home.
ADRDH8U O A E
Sing Chong, ss. ..5 1 1 1 a 1 1
Dost, cf 6 2 1110 0
Hooks, 3b 4 110 12 1
Lowrey, 2b 4 13 0 3 0 1
Chi II11I, c 4 0 10 7 2 3
Aklna, lb 4 110 9 2 0
Frascr, If 4 0 0 0 10 0
Tnwnsond, rf. ...3 1 0 1' 2 0 0
I-otn, p 4 0 0 0 T 4 0
3 27 12 C
Totals 37 T 8
AD It I1II Stl O A
T. Mnrkhum, 3b. .3 0 0 0 0 2
Pedro, If 4 0
Alonn, cf 4 0
Drcler, lb 4 0
Drcler, lb 4 '0
Espluda, p 4 1
Asam, 2b 3 0
Hoblnson, rf 4 0
Xavlcr, 01 3 0
W. Markham, ss. .2 0
a lot of attention from the local fiint
nnd n largo crowd always turnsout
to watch tho gainos on Sunday till it-
,rtoons. Tho standing of the various
teams Is as follows. Reach .666; Hltl
lands, .600; All Stars, .COO; Toklwa,
.500; All Hawalls, .333.
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CANUCK RUNNER IS
TO HAVE TRIAL
Martin M. Hartmann Is In recnipt
of a letter from Arthur J. Hum of.
Calgary, Cnnnda, that ho Is on his
way to San Francisco to challenge
tho best amateur runners for a Mara
thon rare. He Is a crack Idng-dls-
tnnco mnn and has defeated the best
runners In Portland, Spokane, Seat
tle, Vancouver, nnd also ran in Don-
ton, where he won several medals
and trophies. Ho has equaled the
world's record for tho five and ten-
nillo distance, and only n fow weeks
ago won tho Marathon race In Port
land and Spoknne.
Hum ran in t'he Oljmplc Marathon
In London with Hayes, and nftcr be
ing well up for eighteen miles, was
given a glass of wlno by n ladyalong
tho road, which affected him, and he
had to slow up. He finished twenti
Whllo here he will bo looked after
by Hartmann, who ran with! him at
Seattle, nnd whom Ilurn haa taught
many now tricks ns to training for
long-dlstanco runs. He will do all
his training at tho Reliance Club.
n n n
TOMMY BURNS IS NOT
YET VERY SATISFIED
Tho Atkinson Dasehall Lcaguo will
hold a melting at tho ofllco of Senator
Chllllngworth at 7 o'clock on Friday
ovcnlng. Tho object of tho meeting U
to settlo up tho leaguo nffalrs and to
consider new business.
A mooting of tho Hawaiian Gun Club
will bo hold on Thursday evening for
tho purposo of nrrnnglng tho details
of the bcml annual shoot which Ib to
comu off On May 30.
Th-.ro w 111 bo a practlco shoot by tho
meimiiTB of the N, O. II. next Sunday
on thy rango at Port Shaftor and Major
W II. Rlloy will bo In chargo for the
1 27 11 4
Totals 31 1 4
Runs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
D. II 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
12 3 4 5 6 7 8
Runs 1 0 2 2 2 0 0 0
H. II 2 0 2 12 0 10
Two-baso hit. Lowroy; baso on balls.
off Esplnda, 1; off I)ta, 3; struck out,
by Esplnda, 11; by Lota, 7; wild pitch,
Lota, 2; passed balls, Chi Bui, 1; Xa
vler, 2; doublo playB, Townsend to
Aklna; time, 1:25; umplro, H. Chll
llngworth; scoror, F. Schmutzlor.
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G. C. Bookley, Jr.
Tommy Hums, from whom Jnck
Johnson wrested tho heavyweight
championship of tho world, Is.nnx
lous for another fight with tho negro
pugilist, Hugh Mcintosh, who pro
moted tho Johnson-Hums flttht. nnd
since has assumed tho management
of Hums, nnnounced that ho had
been authorized In a cablegram from
Hums, to arrango for a return
Ho said ho would iost $500 to
bind such a match, Uurps, hni de
clared, was willing to fight Johnt.011
anywhere In Australia, America,
England, or France, and on any
If Johnson does not accept, Mcin
tosh said Hums would fight Ketchel
or Kaufman, but certain terms which
ho would not hake public at present
would have to be compiled with by
tho laBt-namod fighters.
Tommy had better loavo Johnson
alone nnd content himself with mu
sic-hall shows in the future He can
mnko money that way,
M K M
UEFEAT8 RELAY TEAM. Han
gor, Me, Aprl 1G. Johnny Hayes
of New York, the Olympic Marathon
runner, ran 16 miles tonight nnd won
his raco against a relay team. Ills
time was 1:27:14 1-2,
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