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1 The Sporting Killtor.
i: e n I n g II u 1 1 e t I n: ,
1 l).i 1 Sir. Might I explain my m
tlon In ickIkiiIhr (Kim the Riverside
League 11 ml the reasons that Icit up
lo the ad
Ab uitial In all organization.
theie In always a side that wants the
controlling vote, uml If that or li
In the hands or fulr-nilndcd men nil
1 1 well mid good. If not, then eer-
, thing In like IMiker'n home. It was
, the 1 (.quest of the C. A. C.8 and J A
V thut the controlling vote he made
, 1-5 Instead of 3-., as It now stands
In order to gle nil partlcH concerned
it tiquute deal. Experience In pre
Ioiih leagues hull tuughr the (.' A
C.s n good lesson, us tiue sports niul
well-lehucd men us the) ute, like
the J A. C.s. they are outvoted
mid If not heuten lu the game the
are beaten 111 the league meetings
This coiiibu Kan taken In order to
iimiIiI any future tiuuhle, ami thut
the tenm w Inning; won on Us merits,'
and not otherwise. Last e.ir the
1(0 I'lesldent, ill the game between ,
the C. A. C.s and the Aulas, lu the I
Riverside League, on iiiiount of the
luetics luccl by the latter team hud
I to stoji the game.
Some of their men ran on the field
uml swung their coals at John l.o,
the C. A. C. pitcher ;others ran
a 1 on nil the first base mid on the Held
On account of the attitude of
Mime of the teams of this league last
e:u, the polho were not allowed to
go within the topes uml iikslst the
league as they do lu the Kulanlanu
ole League, where order mid respect
for o lllce is Is, the pass word, but
were there lo keep order. This
presorwillou of the good game by
bringing about luws to govern these
teams, seems to have gone against
their grain, and hostilities Immedi
ately commenced. At a previous
meeting the constitution und by
laws were adopted, burling Dig
League plaers und not allowing
more thun the Winter Lenguo play
ers. The official lists wore sent out
to coufoim with the above require
ments. Upon secret Investigation
men were found who were required
I in the teams to beat the C A. C.s
mid J A. C.s on accouut of their
good playing und field generalship.
The (olutltutluu, tliercfoie, hud tu
be amended, which was easily done,
they IiiiIiir tile power. This caused
the C A C.'s and J. A. C.'s with
drawn! from the league In Older
that no further obstacles should bo
placed In their w.iy, I til to tendered
my resignation, Us well us the secre
tary, K L. Andicw, who said he
could not see ittiy one team tuklns
advantage of nnothei. Kor the'heue
Ht of the Aula, Park funs who have
looked upon the games as their Sun
day pastime, 1 ulso wish to state
that unless 11 compromise can be ef
fected the C. A. C.s and ttio J. A. C.s
will open in 11 new league with three
other teams In the grounds In the
heart of thu city, whore the gamo can
bo played where ladies also cun
spend their afternoons without be
ing shocked at thu action of any ol
Thanking you for space, I beg to
leiuuln, yours for true sport.
A. K. VILMtKA,
The Rlveslde League meeting
which was held larft night resulted In
a split-up between the clubs, and
two teams the J. A. C.s und the
C A. Cs lequested to bu allowed to
wlthdiuW from the league. Thu
tuute of the trouble seems to be u
.league law which states that the
) constitution and by-luws may be
1 amended by a three-fifths ole. As
there uro the teams In the 'league
I tlueo of them would huvo to ote to
gether to change any law.
The C A C.s and the J, A C.s
wanted to amend this rule and make
it icad 11 four-llfths majority, 110
they considered thut It would be to
the best Interests of the league to
do 0. However, the other three
teams i'alnmus, Aulas und Chinese
Alohns weiu not In uccoid with the
new suggestion, und alter u heated
discussion the president resigned
and the .1. A, C.8 and the C. A. C,s
withdrew from the league.
It Is u great pit) mat such dis
union should ill Uo In the league,
und It Is to bu hoped that foi thu
sake of liutubull In geueial the mat
tei will be settled lu some amicable
manner. The Khcislde League has
put up borne line games of ball in
May 1G llwa vs. Wtillua.
! My 10 Me vs. WnUnac.
May 17. Handicap Doubles,
! May : Irwin Cup.
June 1! V M. C. A.
the past, mid t' is o he hoped that
the difficult) tut has arisen will not
prove beyonu tho power of some
good friends 1 itching up.
After going so far lu the season
without un) 1 ilikln, it Is to bu do
ploted that this present trouble hud
cropped up. It Is said thut ulie.tdy
efforts are being made to fix the
matter up lu u satisfactory ninnucr,
uml it seems likely that the five
teams will 0111 e more play under the
auspices of the Riverside League.
II a n
Great Doings On
Next Saturday evening at 8 o'clock
tho entries fur tho walking race,
which Is to bu brought off at Kapio
lanl Park on June 11, close at tho Y.
M. C. A. building. Tho Marathon en
try list has already closed, hut the
list for thu bicycle race Is r.tlll ofien
to any amateurs In the Territory. Dr.
Hand defines an amateur as "Any man
who does not engage In any sport for
I A flno cup has been put up for the
school nillo relay race, and it Is prob
able that Oalni College, 8t, -Louis, Ka
mehameha and High School will coin
potu over the distance. This ovent
bhould bo a' flno race to watch, and
Bouia good tiroes wilt probably bo put
up by tho youthful runner. Tho Mar
athon ruca Is cuuslng a lot of excite
ment, and several men are reported by
their frlendR to be surd winners. Al
the )ounj athletes are in excellent
condition for a long distance raco, and
iV.'ifand lias had ioo much experience
In training youths to allow of tho pos-
' slblllty of any Of the runners oyer-
. doing the business and becoming too
exhausted to proceed In tho race. l(e
frcshiiunt stations havo been arranged
, for, und all sorts of care will bo taken
of the runners.
I A bjscb.ill game is also scheduled
for the groat (lay, Uod this will be
, played wlillo (hd Marathon runneiB uro
' away on thor long Journey. Thy who'lu
day will bo'onti round of amusement
. and It Is good to see it so too. WJiat
with the Fourth of July looming
with nothing" doing so far lu Honolulu
In the bpoit line, it would seem us If
Kamctiumeha Day was goliiK to ho
"IT" this year1,
' However, souio good sportsmen are
thinking out 11 program for the glor
Iouh Fourth that will make even thu
Hllo peoplu open their eyes In aston
Ishmeiit Tho League grounds will
probably bo tho scene of operations,
and u most attractive day'H sport s
M It it
HARVEY DEFEATS KIRK
PORTER BY SMALL MARGIN.
J. V Harvey won out In tho nTth
shoot of tho Hawaiian Oun Club on
I Wednesday, after shooting a tie with
I. SpuMIng, both liien getting 18 out
of 'M In tho shoutiiff Harvey up
counted for,toi( straight, and Hpaldliu
out of 10. The surprise of thu after
noon was tho railingdown of Kirk
Porter who already had two legs in
for the trophy. Ho was unwell, nnd
unable to shoot up to his reputation,
liowvur, next AVednesday )io und liar
ve.v will once, moro try conclusions at
the traps' nnd a closo match Ih expect
ed bv those fn'thc Know.
Ilurvuy has now won twice In tho
shoot, und Is consequently tied with
Porter Tho shoot Is arousing .a lot
of Interest among tho local knights
of the trigger, and as soon as the new
Leggett trap Ih1 installed some good
gunning wllr bo soon' at the traps.
It It It
AH members of the County Club,
whether. Ihey ho uttlvu golf players or
not are cfqUesled to attend the chow
der 11 ud musical ovoning at tho Club
Houso tomorrow afternoon and night,
The function promises to ho one of the
best held by tho club for a long tlmo.
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
I The hasebnll gume which was ar
ranged by wireless )cstcnlny be-
'tween the officers of tho Seventh
Regiment and those of Kort Shutter
will be plu)cd this afternoon at
Aula Park. Tho match should be
an Interesting ouo, and no doubt a
largo crowd of officers and their la
dles will he at the park to cheer
their friends on to victory.
I Lieutenant Chilton Is the moving
spirit In hasebnll nt the Fort, and
he, on receipt of the wireless, nt
once got busy over picking 11 team
to meet the visitors und urrnnglng
for 11 ground to play on. A. K.
Vlerra soon fixed things up for thu
Military men, nnd the consequence
Is that one, If not two, games will
bu plu)ed this afternoon. Resides
the game In which the officers will
engage, a big effort Is being made
to have a match between the men
of the trunsport, who will play 11
gume before the officers start to play.
This afternoon's game will be
quite a society event, as it is not
often that we see n hunch of officers
plu)lrig ball. So much Interest Is
being taken In military bull games
now-u-da)s thut It Is quite thu cor
rect thing for the ladles of the differ
ent regiments to attend the league
games. And some of the ladles show
a good Knowledge of the game, too,
und can pick out the finer points In
tho play us well as their husbands
or brothers, as tho caso might bo.
The officers' gamo will start at 3
o'clock, and as the Seventh are said
I to number quite a few flrstcluss ball
players ih their ranks, n line game
should be witnessed by those lucky
enough to be present. If the other
game comes off and at present It
seems utmost a certainty the Kort
Shutters will make a bold bid for
victory, -and maybe If they strike a
'winning vein they may keep it up
-anti cause a surprise In the regular
Military League game on Sunday
There will bo a meeting of mo
torcyclists -this evening nt the Y. M.
C. A. Thu meeting, which will come
to order at 8 o'clock, bus been calico
to arrango" details of a raco meeting
to bu held pn Kamchumehu Day in
conunptton with tho program of
sports 'that has been mapped out by
l)r. Hand of'tlio Y. M. C. A.
'It Is'probuble' thu( it scries of rac
es 'VIII be' arranged over different
.distances, and that' attacks will nlto
be made on tarlous iccords. The
jtruclc will be dragged arid lolled be
I fore hu day, and us the rain seems
J to be till puu' now, no doubt tho go
ing will bo much better than It has
bean, fur some considerable tlmo past,
j Jlerrick und llerger are deter
mined lo chip .seconds, It not minutes,
off some of the records, and as neith
er man seems to consider his neck
once he gets started on a record-
bteaklng trial, there sure will bo
fconiethlng doing on Juno 11.
A whole bunch of new machines
ure exported on tho tiext steamer,
und thu sycles uro ruported to bu ery
fast uml u powerful lot. Some of
them were exported on the lliloulaii,
but fulled to turn up; however, tho
agents uro suro that tho machines will
be on bund by the next boat, und
then tho joy of tho local motorcyclists
will bu complete.
I The lleudlng-Standurds, Indians,
Harley-Duvldsons und Yule-Callfor-iiluns
seem lo be very popular ma
chines, and u largo uumbei of them
have been ordered through the local
I Kamehameha Day Is going to ho
one big ten hours of sport, and us
the Y. M. C. A und other organiza
tions aie working together to make
the mteting a success, thero can be
no doubt that a Inlgo crowd of peo
ple will take tho trip out to Kuplo
luul Park on June 11.
I It II U
Tho tlmo for receiving entiles for
the handlcup' men's doubles tennis
tournament, to bu played lor the Cus-lle-Ilockus
cups', has been extended un
til Tuc-sdDy, May 18, ut S p. m Tho
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