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The Princess of Patches
As soon ns tho theatrical shows
are pau there will be a retlval ot tho
good old gnmo ot "stoush," which Is
In queer street Just now owing to
thero being no avatlablo hall for the
men to cross hands In. Just as like
ly as not a big boxing tournament
will bo brought olt In the near fu
ture. A well-known sport Is looking
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into mo possibilities ot tne "game.
nnd as there Is plenty ot local talent
simply longing to havo a go at one
another, no doubt we will bo treated.
to some flno bouts before long.
When tho fnns think of tho class
ot boxing put up during tho past few
months, they must.wlsh to onco more
havo tho plcnsuro ot watching
"Ironman" McCullough, and others
of that Ilk step Into the ring, and
proceed to reach for tho other fel
low's point. And Nelson, the Mar
ine, Is another lad who would bo de
lighted to havo a turn at anybody
about his own weight; tho tall young
fellow Is never so happy as' when he
Is too to too with another scrapper
who will stand up and deal out rights
nnd lefts In good style.
If a location can be secured some
real good scraps will bo pulled oft
suro, and tho local fans will attend
In a body, to say nothing- of tho vis
itors from the Orient who are at
present In town. Some ot the recent
arrivals from China and Japan are
always Inquiring ns to tho prospect
of seeing a real good fight, and It
seems n pity they wcro not hero a
few weeks ago when tho gamo was In
However, things will bo booming
beforo long In tho good old game,
and tho usual bunch of leading mem
hers of society will bo Been wending
their way to the scene of operations
8 8 8
,; '" ' Kauai
A gamo of baseball was ployed on
tho Kalahco grounds between tho Ka
palas and tho'Hanupcpos Inst Sunday
afternoon at 1 oclock. Tho gime was
Very Interesting up to the sixth inning,
tho scoro being three oven, but when
tho soventh and olghth Innings came,
It was a balloon ascension. Ah Tol
went up In tho air, allowing overyono
to mako'hlts. In tho last of tho eighth,'
when tho Kapalas had to their credit
23 runs, It was tho skldoo sign for tho
Hannpopcs, who gavo 'up all' tiopo ot
catching up, and tho gamo was ended
Tho following Is tho detailed score:
AUK nil SU O A E
J. Ornellas, ss, ...4 2 2 0 0 2 2
A. M. Soma, lb... 5 110 9 0 1
J. I'errelra, 3b. ..0 1 3 3 6 1 1
J. Kurtado, c 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Chns. Akl, c 3 1 1 0 S 2 1
I. Akano, If. 4 2 2 1 1 0 0
U-Clemen te, rf. ..4 0 0 0 0 0 1
W. Ilnposo, 2b. ..3 0 0 0 0 1 2
Tnkltanl, ct 1 2 0 10 0 0
Ah Tol, p 3 3 110 3 0
Friday and Saturday, Augustin
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258 Beretania, J, Abadie, Prop,
Totals 33 12 10 6 21 11 8
All It HII BU OAR
A. Souza, c 6 4 3 15 2 1
M. Costa, cf 5 5 3 2 10 0
J. Mallnn, lb. ...0 3 2 0 11 0 1
J. Costa, If 0 3 4 0 0 0 0
M. Caetuno, p,-ss. .6441240
M. Amarln, ss.-2b.5 110 0 2 1
M. Makananl, 2b-p.S 2 2 0 4 3 1
A. Cnrrolra, 3b. ..6 0 0 0 13 2
J. RapoKO, rf 5 1110 0 0
Totals 48 23 20 5 21 14 8
12 3 4 5 0 7 8
lluns 0 3 1 2 0 C 0 012
I!, II 1 2 13 0 3 0 0 m
Ituns 3 02223' 4-23
n. II 3 12 113 5 420
Twn-basa hits, M, Costa, M, Caotar
lo 2; buso on balls OR Cactano 5, Ma'
kannnl 0, Ah Tot 2; Btruck out by1
Cnotana 4, Makananl 1, Ah Tol 6; wild
pitch Caotana 1, Ah Tol 3; passes
balls A. Souza 2, Akl 1; sacrifice hits
Akl; doublo plays Carrclro-Maka
nanl-Mallnn. Time, 2 hrs. Umpire, E
Dosha. Scorer, N. Akana.
Gcralillne: Why do you Insist on
postponing our wedding until nfter
Lent? Gerald: I want you to get
that Easter hat out of your father.
"It's Impossible for me to dress on
five thousand dollars a year." "Well,
my loe, jou must wear less." "Dnn't
bo Billy! You know perfectly well
that the less I wear tho more It
costs." Judge, a , ,
Are Fixed Fop
Tho Military Baseball League se
ries will bo contlnttcd this nftornoon
at Aala Park, when tho Marines nnd
Fort Shatter will iry conclusions on
tho diamond. Doth games promise
to be close and cxtlting ones, and It
Is hard to say which team will win.
Tho Fort Shatter boys wcro beaten
on Sunday last by tho Lcltohua
bunch, and tho Marines wont down
In defeat to tho rf. G. II.: now the
two defeated teams meet, and It suro
Is going to be a tough struggle.
For the Marines, Anderson and
lllncs will form the battery, and tho
pair aro very strong players, too. An
derson, who (tot hurt in tho gamo
against the duardsfqn Sundny, Is all
right again, and his services will
rnako a great dlfrerenco to tho
Btrongth qf tho team. Hlnes, who
did well In the fast gamo. Is also
feeling good, and If he repeats his
act ot sending th first three men
up to bat to the benches without a
hit he will make tho Shatter lads
wonder what they ,dro up against.
Moran and RatMnan will do tho
attacking for the Shatter team, and
In a caso ot need Ilnmsoy probably
will lend a hand atfwlrllng. ,McCall
is suro to play a gorid game, as bo Is
always on tho job. nnd a trier from
way-back. This aamo will give a
lino on tho strength of tho various
teams, and It will pe Interesting to
make comparisons as to how tho N.
O. II. and' tho "fighting 'Fifth" will
stack up against one another on Sun.
day next at Sc-hofleld barracks.
Tho greatest interest Is being tak
en in tho Military League play, and
large crowds aro sure to attend ev
ery gamo "In tho series. Judging
from the bl$ bunch of spectators who
attended tbe first game on tho
Leaguo grounds, It possibly would
be a paying proposition to piny more
of the games thore.j.Of course, trav
eling expenses must be taken Into
consideration, but'Uutsmatter should
easily bo arranged 'by the powers
Tbe line-up of both teams will be
the same as on Sunday last, and as
the men have had a taste'of the real
thing in playing before a big crowd
there will bo no stage-fright about
tho bunch. The line-up of the teams
Is as follows:
Fort Shatter Moran, p; McCall,
ss; Lemon, 2b; Ilateraan, c; Klstlcr,
cf; Durant, 3b; Gongol, rf; Ellis,
lb; Qlenn. if.
U. S. M. C. Thompson, rf; Hayes,
cf; Williams, lb; Gaw, ss; Call, 3b;
It. Davis, 2b; Gibson, If; Anderson,
c; Illnos, p.
The game will start at 2:15 and
If tho rain hangs off a Ann after
noon's sport will eventuate.
8 8 8
At the annual meeting ot tho Ha
waiian Tennis Association, which
whs hold yesterday afternoon at tho
club-rooms, tho old officers woro re
elected, Viz.: President, C. O. Ilock
us and Secretary-Treasurer, 31. A.
Cooke. It was decided to start tho
annual championship tournamont on
I In j third Wednesday In August,, and
u flno program has been arranged
by tho committee. Them "111 bo
mrn! singles and doubles Indies'
s.ifics and doubles, and mltl dou
t.'cs played oft.
Ewa club was represented hi "Vlcs
sff McKfever, Greenfield ami Muol
:cr; Pacific Club by II. A. ri;i,n nnd
F E. Stcere, and the Il-rj 'in nub
b) A. C. Wall, II. II. Ilonth and fj.
Ci. Hock us. Puuncne nnd ill.- wiubs
v;cre represented by proxies.
Tho prospects of tho tournament
look very bright, and no doubt somo
players from tho other Islands will
enter for and play In tho open events.
Puuncne has a strong bunch ot play
ers and If tholr best men can got
down for tho tournament there will'
bo something doing beforo tho cham
pionships are decided.
Oahu College, and High School will
meet on the Alexander Field this
nftcrnoono play off tholr postponed
game from last Saturday, when tuo
rain caused tho gamo to bo called
off. Tho inter-scholastto series Is in
full swing now, and somo flno ball
Is being played by the boys. Tho
gamo put up by High School till tho
llmo play had to be abandoned was
a rattling good one, and It Is hard to
say how tho1. match would havu
nnnnod out if nlaveil tn n. flnsh.
This ntternoon gamo"wlll" start
at 3 oclock, and nojloubt willbe
attended by a. large number ofthe
students. and their friends. The oth
er postponed gamo between- the
Kams and St. Louis will lie. played
tomorrow afternoon on tho'Rnm dia
mond. The postponed games aro bo
Ing playe'd on off-days so as not to
Interfere with tho regular scries of
n 8 8
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
THE REALM OF SPORT
Thore will bo a game of cricket on
tho Maklkt grounds this afternoon
between the Honolulu club and a
team from the Pollard company. The
match, which will begin at 2
o'clock, should be a very Interesting
one, as the Australians will mako
tho local players do their best to
win. Only one Inning will be play
ed, but that should be quite Sufficient
to decide which team Is the better.
Alfred Gouldlng is roported to be a
flno bat and a fair bowler, and al
though be never played for" Australia
against All-England, he has at least
put in a day on the Sydney cricket
ground watching Noble and the oth
er Btnrsj perform.
Tho Pollards will bo represented
by Ernest Chester, Willie Pollard,
Jack Pollard, Fred. Blndloss, Teddle
McNamara, Frank Cherry, Alfred
Gouldlng, Harold Frazer, Geo. Ches
ter, and Leslie Donnghey. The lo
cals will put the following men in
tho field to oppoBo the theatricals:
R. J. nuchly, H. IJalley, S. Ileard
moro. D, L. Wlthlngton, P. Wlthing-
ton, J. H. Flddes, C. F. Maxwell, J.J
Podmoro, C. J, Egan, Dr. Pottlo, and
Mossrs. Walker and McGtll. All
these players aro requested to turn
out on timo, and n start will be made
as soon as possible It it rains, the
match will bo put off tilt somo fu
GOTCH AND M'LEOD MATCHED.
Waterloo, la., April 15. Frank
Gotch ond Dan McLcod have been
matched to wrestlo hero next Tues
ARRANGING WALKING MATCH.
Milwaukee, Wis., April 15. II. O.
Messier and G. R. Shlbert of this
city are arranging for a seven nights'
heel and toe walking match during
May, tho contest to bo open to tho
WESTON IN aOOD TRIM. South
Rend, Ind., April 15. Edward Pay
son Weston, who Is walking to the
Pacific Coast from tho East, reached
South Dend tonight. Tbe veteran
walker said he was in excellent trim.
IIOSTON llOYS OBSTREPEROUS.
Columbus, O., April 10. The 1106
ton American League players, who
left here today, were not the most
strict observers of discipline. Jack
Tblclman refused yesterday to put
on a uniform and tho team left for
the grounds without him, The party
has several other obstreperous mem
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. .. PHONE 109.
"My wife Is having a hard tlmo of
it during I,cnt," says tho man with
tho rambling whiskers. "She Is try
ing to go without candy, and It la
really a great trial to her." "Well,"
says tho man with the wilted eye
brows, "my daughter Is certainly
making a record. Sho Isn't catlnc a
bit of meat not even fish and eggs."
"You don't sayT" "Fact; and she
doesn't eat any candy, nor docs sho
go to tho theater." "Well, well!"
"And, more than that, she hasn't
played a single hand of bridge."
"You don't tell me? How about
dancing?" "She hasn't danced a step
during Lent." "She certainly Is a re
markably earnest girl. You seldom
ecs one who Is so firm in her resolu
tions. How old Is she?" "Three
months and ten days old." Chicago
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