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KVHNtNU HUM.E7lN.',(tONOMJUJ.T. II.. WUDN'USDAY, MAY 15, 1909
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Nearing the End of the
Ball At Aqla,
The fuel, iii niinouuccl In Jdatcr-
duy's Uullcllit, that tho Military I
league Riinic hetneen tho Marines I
uml Port Shafter would bo plajcd all
Aala Park on Sumlay In tho cauiio
oC much satisfaction amongst tho
baseball fans. Wednesday In ah
awkward day for moat people to f
got away to watch a ball came, and
as tlio greatest Interest U being
shown In tho boldlors' panics, tho
decision to play on Sunday Instead
of Wednesday la much to bo com
mendodi Aala Park, although not an Ideal
slto .for a ball ground. In very .cen
tral and Is easy to reach, Conse
quently a largo crowd of fans al
was turns , up to watch tho games.
One great drawback Is tho proximi
ty of tho rhcr and tho number ot
balls that aro hit In that direction
Is marvelous. If tho grounds wcro
only a little wider all would bo well,
hut as It Is at present two buses
arc frequently taken on a hit that
on a falr-slzcd ground would only
be worth one bBg. Then, on tho
other hand, a man. like, say Davis
of tho Marines, gctsn wallop on to
tho ball which would "bo tt three
bagger on a larger ground, but
which at Aala Park only can count
as two bases. Probably In tho long
run tho thing balances Itself, but
as most ot tho fans arc from Mis
souri It Is a hard matter' to convlnco
them ot tho fact,
Thcro will bo two games In tho
Military fcorlcf tin Sunday next, tho
Murines s. Shatters, at Aata, and
the N. O. II. vs. Cavalry, at Lcltc
hua, Tbo Guards should wlu their
game, and most, -pcoplo aro tipping
tho Marines to, beat the Shatters,
Well, tho flri.t , tli nfuy como off
all right, but It wljl bo a tough
struggle, as the. troopers aro getting
better evcrynlay and aro practicing
hard out at Schoflcld Harracks.
The other gumo at Aula Park.jin
paper, looks a goodV thing for tho
Marines, but nevertheless' tho Shafts
cr boya arc a gritty bunch and nov
cr know when thoy aro licked. It
would surprlto no one to sco tho
Shatters make thelr first win and
take tho Mar(ncs down a peg or
two. Lieutenant Chilton Is ono of
tho sort who comes' up fresher after
ccry defeat, and his cherubs tako
after tbclr officer.
Tho C. A. C.a and Aalas will play
their game on Sunday afternoon
also, and that alono should cntlco
a largo crowd to tho park. Then
In tho morning tho Invlnclblcs and
Japanese Tennis Club will try con
clusions on tbo diamond, and tho
Wall Nichols band will lie mi
j against tho hardest proposition they
have so far struck. However, A.
K. V. Is pot not dismayed, and tho
Good Folks Take
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' ' Baseball :. U '?
May -2i! CMvalry vs. N. CJ.M1.
May 22: Marines vs. Tort
'May 'J!: Handicap Doubles.
' Yachting '
May 2.1: Irnln Cup.
' M.i :il: llogcy Open.
Juno 1 1 : Y. M. C. A.
booksellers ,nro dctfrmlncd ,to con
tinue to lia'vo a Icgltlma'to title TjT'
(heir name. It Is rumored that If
Vliirrals Valentines win thd Sun
i)ay gamo they arc going to cbango
tho tcaln'n name to tho. "Irrepressi
bles." If they aro defeated their
name will probably bo M. U. D,!
, Taking It all. around thcro will
bo unlimited Joy tot; tho fans on
Sunday, whether It bo at'l.olllhua
or Aala Park. Oood luck to tho
Military League, which has chang
ed a most unpromising baseball
team Into a really good ono from
every point of view,
H tt R
HAWAIIAN GUN CLUB
HOLD SHOOT TODAY.
This afternoon at tho Kakaako
traps tho sixth shoot ot tho Hawa
iian Uun Club ulll bo held, and u
most Interesting contest Is looked
forward to by tho members. Kirk
Porter and J, W. Harvey will not
shoot against ono another this aft
ernoon as the former has had to go
out of tun-n on a business trip and
will not bo ablo to attend tho shoot
today. Porter and llHncy will
meot. later on, and If the shoot Is
Anally decided then, a now prlto
event w(ll. bo started with the Leg
gctt trap hi, operation. The trap
Is suld tq bo on board the Alameda
.for sure, ami when It la set -up
great doings in tho clay-bird shoot
ing line are expected to eventuate.
Tho shoyt. this nflcrnocm wll
start at i to'clock, ano; tho usual
crowd of Runners Is expected to turn
out. Tbjraftcrrioons are flue for
shooting. ,now-a-da)s, and as there
Is no wlmj, to speak of tho gun
work, Is good al around. '
KALIHJ SENIORS BEAT
GRADUATES; CLOSE GAME.
Tho Senior division ot tho Kallbl
Hoys' Club, "defeated tho Graduates
last evening by a score ot '10 to 19.
It was a ploacjfgamo right through
tho wholOfUlno Innings, but when
Georgo Trask 'stepped Into tho box
In tho soycntlj, thcro was a marked
chango In tbo batting line, ono fan
ning after, tho other. Although
suppofeod 'td' have, been a friendly
gamo, many arguments wcro car
ried on, tho majority being caused
through tho Graduates' first base
man, who generally picked some
flaw la tho combination. Mr. Wa
tcrhouso was right there with his
umpiring, no flaws being found In
ills decisions. Tho rooters made a
fairly good racket aud will proba
til) do tho sjmo when the game Is
played between the Paluma Uujs'
Club and tho Graduates of Kalllil.
than Ilftccn players hao promised,
to Turn out on Saturday, and thcro J
Gieat efforts ato being nude to
rclto tho IntCicjt In' cricket that I
existed at tho Nlart of tho season, I
Captain Mitllll is going tho loitudsl
of the city In his sprtro time, and is
trying to get a bunch of players to
gether for Saturday afternoon next,
.when a match lsto brj plncd lie-
.twpen the club members.
MtGill's hard work has been re
warded remarkably (j. aud no cs
are still more members to bo seen.
Tho probabilities ore thai, twenty or
moro cricketers will attend at tho
Maklkl grounds and this Is real good
nens to the follower) of "tho gamo.
It all tho players wlio have prom
ised turn out on Saturday there will
be u tip-top match, and como goo-1
play should bo witnessed. One- or
two new men aro said to be going In
for the game, and ono of them, a
quccnslandcr, Is reported Jo be a
good bat and a fair bowler. It that
bo so, ho will bo a great acquisition
tb the local ranks of willow wield
crs, as some fresh blood would liven
up things n lot.
The grouniTnt Maklkl la" In good
shapo and tho grass In the 'outfield
Is comlng'along In surprising style..
All tbo club material Is also In fine
condition, and all that Is needed
now Is tho regular rolling up ot the
members to tho matches. Captain
Kelly of the Andrew Welch Is In
town unco more, and tho popular
seaman Is very keen on tho. game;
he ucicr misses u chanco of haing
a hit when In port. ,JIo has prom
ised to turn out on Saturday, and
no doubt wilt play In his usual bril
There Is talk of a Married v, Sln'
gle match being plajcd In tho near
future, and such a gamo should draw
a big crowd to tho cricket ground.
On Saturday tho usual refreshment
will, be on hand, and ovcry prepara
tion has been made for un cnJoable
tt tt tt ,
Tho Kuualo Alhlc.lc Club ban ball
team, which won tho Muynr;s cup, is
going to ctilcbratu the- victory by giv
ing a danco In thu Lusltaila HjII on
Thursday ccnliig, June l". Tho cup
will be on exhibition at tho hall aud
tho story of how It as wdn will' bo
told and retold by tho members ot thu
n tt a
St..Lous.CollgaTlll play Oaliu Col
lege this afternoon on Alexander Kitld
at 2:30. Should tho Punahous win tho
gunic they will hjite a mortgage oi. tho
championship',' but if the Sa'utf hanl
It tp tho Oahus there will bj'a chango
around in tho standing ot tnj'teanw.
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