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BIO CROWD ENJOYS CELEBRATION OF, KQN0H AT AALA PARK
CONSUL AND STAFF WATCH GAME TWO MORE MATCHES
MAY BE PLAYED. .,,
Just to add to the general Interest
taken In the Chinese -New Year cW
ebrntlons, the C. A. C. -nine yester
day afternoon defeated the Chinese
Aljlance by a score of 14 tofS. '
i no game - was played at Aaia
MYRTLE BOAT CLUB
ALL OLD OFFICERS ABE
AGAIN REELECTED FOR YEAR
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The C. A. Cs. started things go-,
lng in the. second Inning with a ven
geance,' and the .runs came to. fast
thai It was hard .to keep track of
them. Akana, tea -Sang, Ah Toon,
Apau. Wah Kwal, Ah Tin, Kan Yuon
Pnrv. nnj o hnn r,.i .. all came racing' oter the plate In
nil nntinnniiii.. ..i,, .... .i k. quick order. Ah Tin's contribution of officer took place, and other I in
field. There was a representative mourns run, mm ne was cncereu.puriani uusiness was iransacieu. i.
gathering of nrominent nhine.n hue. or ' Performance. V. King wai reelected as president;
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iiivii hi iuc lumiu- me mutince n. nititun sevrciury; i. ouaiaing,
added two more runs through the treasurer: W. Uyle, captain; W. Bo
agency of Chong Yet and Ako. The per, auditor; J. Bdpcr, P. Schmidt
O. A. Cs. responded with one In the and It. Dalley, trustees. The whole
fifth, and It was Akana who did the-Of the officers' for the past year were
Strawberry Crew It Selected and
Much Enthusiasm Shown New
Oars Ordered From Coait.-
Latt "night at the annual meeting
Jof the Myrtle Boat Club, the election
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Iness men present, and on the band'
stand Consul Liang and his staff
were, seated. TheJIawallan band,
under the leadershlp.of Captain Mer
ger, played' some fine selections dur
ing the afternoon, and the music
liveneu tilings up a tot. i
The Anln 4'ark diamond was In
good shapo, and the weather was
Ideal for baseball playing. The hol
iday crowd that congregated around
the ground was, In a Jovial mood, and
hiany a Josh in the English and Chi
nese languages was passed around.
The yell-leaders were In good form
and the rooters at brat did good
work. However, after a while 'the
Alliance bunch got It so hard from
the C. A. Cs. that they became sub-,
Mayor Fern graced the bandstand
and he took the greatest Interest In
tho play. Ills Honor a an enthusi
astic ball fan, and be can always be
relied upon to roll up to a game
whenever his duties allow him.'
The beautiful cup which was pre
sented by Consul Liang for the se
ries, of which yesterday's game was
the first, twas on exhibition, and It
was much admired by everyone.,!
nenry wainer umpired the game to
the satisfaction of everybody. An
arauslng'v Incident)' happened .during
one stage, .of the game. "En Bang
made a good hib into itbe -deep iftfcMr
Watching him, cut first base by twen
ty feet, ran to second, and then' tried
to get to third. The umpire had,
however, been watching En Sajig
rrom tne corner or nis eye . ana,
much to the runner's .Mlsgust, called
But the most pleasing part of the
whole afternoon was the sight of
those young sons of China all en
gaged In an American game which
they thoroughly understood and en-
Joyed. It must have brought up
fltrango thoughts In the minds of the
elder men from the Celestial King
dom when they saw the. young fel
lews, and realized that here. Indeed,
wathe blending of the Occident and
That popular player Bn Sue took"
a hand In the game toward the end,'
and he got a round .of applause as
he went up to bat. His brilliant
play against the fleet nine Is not for
gotten, and when he yesterday bunt'
ed and made first, then stole second
and third, and got home on a wild
throw, the cheers that went up were
worthy or the feat.
Bam Hop acted as scorer, and to
Bit near Samuel at such a time Is a
treat.. There Is little that De Hoppo
does not know about the national
game, llesldes scoring, he keeps up
n running comment on the game, and
each remark. Is, full of wisdom. Bam
my's score book tells everything that
happens In a game, and he certainly
Is a peacherlno at handing out the
Apau and Ah Toon formed the bat
tery for the Chinese Athletics, and
edlly good they were, too. It was
only toward the end of the gamet
wnen me (J. a. us. were so tar in me
lead, that the battery let up a little,
and allowed "the Alliance bunch to
make a raft of runs. All the rest
Of the team did good work, and the
fact need be only mentioned that
every man exceVt Alex. Asam scored
one or more runs. L. Akana came
In over the home plate no less than
three times, and three other men
made two runs apiece. The? rest of
the bunch scored one each, That is
going some In the way of run-gutting,
and. such a feat is not often
The C, A. Cs. were too strong for
the younger players; and although
that sterling good player Chi Dul
caught for the youngsters, he could
not do ltall.
Akua did the twirling for the Al
liance team, 'but the C. A. Cs. soon
got hold" of his curves and hit him
merrily all over the Held. Chong
Yet and Ako played real good ball,
and they both Beared twice; JIMn Lo,
a cousin of the well-known John of
the same Ilk, also showed fine form
for such a young player.
Tho C. A. Cs. were first to bat, and
they woro retired one, two, three In
short order1. In the second half Hang
phack scored for the Alliance, 'and n
great yell went up from the fans.
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nlore, .runs were piled, up by the C.
A. Cs., arid John Lb and Akana were
leelected, as a matter of fact.
The tfedsurer'seport showed that
the club Is going strong; 'there Is a
credit balance of $267.80 In the
The first half nf'the elchfh mlilpil bank, n'ml th ontinnb I. tirlrhti. fnr
four to the C. A.' C," total, ttnd the, the pres'cnjt yc'ar. '
scdrers were En Sue, Wah Kwal, En The next thing done at tho ment
Sang and Kan Yen. The Alliance; lng' was the selecting of a Straw-
bunch cafneialqng with five runs Inyberry crew to represent the club In
their half of the eighth, and there" the race" against tho Jlealanls on
was no further scoring In the ulnth .February 20. It was realised that
by ejther side. . Khe crew must be a strong ono In
The second game.of the series wilMorder to make the Healanls extend
lie played on Saturday, at. Aala Park'' themselves, and .after some talk the
itnd shouid 'the' C, A. Cs. win they Ifollowlhg men were chopen: Dick
wilt take the ctip'.tf S.hPuld the Alll-J.Cloillngi stroke; U Marks, two; X.
once nine be the, victors on Satur-JDyer, three; U, sholm, four; U. Olr-
uir, a, uiiru KaiiiB win ue yinyeu on ur, live; nua it. uaiiey now, ueo.
Sunday to decide Jhe(fata1of thejcrozler wilt cox the crew, arid he Is
trophy, f i, ( h J the right man for the job, too.
The official score Is as follows: ,1 There wss some talk at having
C. A. C.i fluns..O 7 0 0 10 2 4 0 UUli.-ll and barge races with the Ilea
' II. H..1- 0 0 0 0 14 0-J-12,Jlanls on July Fourth, and It Is to be
8. A,i Runf,.14000 0 50-7T'o.,Jhoiied that the Idea'ls. carried out.
' i q. rr.l'l i 0 0 OO 8JNw. that 'there Is sich a boom In
Twobase'hlti Kan Yen. 'Ah Tln.t'itiwlnr. somethlnK-shimld be done to
Akana; tome run.VXh Tin; .basea.o'n'.nuiiialn the. interest' In' the game, and
balls, off Apau 8; AkUaJ!. struck outv.t!i bent, way to do to Is to bavo races
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Apau; aseeu .baH.'.tAp.Toon; hit .by
ihoti"r.4B. minutes; ,urnp(re, ll. Walk-
er! -scorer. Sitn Hon. r ;'
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SENIOR TEAM IS
STILL IN LEAD
STUDENTS WON ONE
YESTERDAY SCORE 45-44
Ditch. Jas often, as possible,
Alfred Rogers of San Francisco has
hadvatrwirdeft Jwr.tusWB-o "btntk
Wrid. two of shellpara placed with
mm, ana ly is expcfctea mat uerore
long the articles wilt be In use at
the club. ' V ' '
' Th.e race with the Healanls on'
February 20 s b.lng worked up In
good' style, and there Is every pros
pect' of a' fine day's eport, on the
water. The .Healsnl boys are hard
at work, and .they are also getting
ready for their .heavyweight and
lightweight race on next. Sunday.
The winner, of that race will be hard
to pick, as both 'crews will be much
stronger, than, when last they met.
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Marcalllho Defeats Johnston After
Very Close Contest Marine.
May Be Accommodated With
Last night the Y. M. C. A. hand
ball tournament 'was continued, and
one of the closest games ever played
on tne gym court was won. by Mar-
calllno, who defeated Johnston by a
score of 45 to 44.
At one time the senior, Johnston,
was 34 to Marcallino'a 28, and the
student appeared to Ee beaten. How
ever, Marcalllno played up In great
form and gradually overtook his op
ponent and eventually won as stated
above. The- seniors and students have
both won and lost a game now, and
the former 'team,' through' having
won their first game by such a big
margin, are, notwithstanding their
defeat, last night, in the lead by
thirteen points. The score atanda at
ALL ARRANGEMENTS ARE
COMPLETE FOR SATURDAY
tiresent: " Seniors. 89: students. 76
However, at the same stage of the 'members of both organizations.
lormer tournament me seniors were
leading by a niuch larger majority,
and the students feel cheerful about
their chances inthe present series of
The greatest Interest Is being
taken In the games, and handball
It-Ids far to be the most popular
spori in inn city uniu goou oiiiuase
ball once more comes Into Its own
and may It be soon, too.
The Cnmp Very boys will proba-el
bly be, accommodated with a match
soon, and1 then there will bo a 'fine
old struggle. The balf-wets are go
ing In for the game In their well
known determined style, and It will
take a Btrong outfit to beat 'them. A
triangular tournament may be ar
ranged, and In It the'.two Y. M. C. A.
teams and the Marines would meet.
That would be a Joyful arrangement
and a big crowd would certainly roll
up to see the boys at work,
This afternoon Kice and St. John
Outrigger Club Is Going Strong and
i New Houie Is Almost Paid For
Annual Meeting; on Tuesday
. The Outrigger Club will give the
Clark 4ourlsts a splendid time at
Walklklmiturday afternoon regat
tas, luaus, surfing stunts and motion
pictures then It will turn Its atten
tion to real business, r
At 1 o'clock on February lSthe
annual meeting of thq dutrfgger
Club will be held at the Commercial
Club rooms, a large number being
constitution and bylaws will be
adopted and the officers for the com
ing year elected.
Much thought has been given by
the club members as to the makeup
of the new board, Messrs. Kenneth at Aala Park
Drown, Harry Btelner and Curtis
Husiace, all of Wajklkt, made, the
first slate, of directors, which has
been accepted by the nominating
pommltten with no further change
than the substitution of one or two
names In place of' those declining to
run for office, and In naming a house I
committee. Tne nominating commit
tee Is made up of Richard it. Trent,
J. R. Gait, W. W. Hall, C. D. Wright
and A. Meyers,, all active club
Workers and helpers.
; The , following is tho completed
slate made up by tho nomination
. Trustees J. R. Gait, J.-l. Cooke,
CILIS OAUIE HEADACHE
will nlnv their came, and a keen
struggle is anticipated. Tomorrow LAXATIVE BROMO-QUININE, re
Kook Op and KotUwill hitch up, and moves the cause. Used -the world over
Hlart. and Lewis will also try con- ,.to cure a cold in one day. 15, W.
elusions. Other games will he he- (GROVE'S signature on, each box. Made i ball, and ,n Bfliuo has been arranged
tweon Ah Pau !ow and lllanchnfd.'by between the team run by O. Pang
and Sing Hung and Hertz, ;PARls, medicine co, Sint Louli, u. 8. A. mid tho ono managed by A. Knu.
Officers President, Sanford II.
DoloJ first vlce-prcsldont, A. II.
Ford; second vice-president, E. T.
Simpson; secretary, O. M. Tuttlc;
treasurer, Y. T. P. Wntcrhouse; au
ditor, Ralph Lyon. I
Captain of crews Kenneth Drown.
House Committee A. H. Ford,
Major W. It. Hart. Fred Lamb, C. D.
Wright, Ed. Dekum.
Ten of the twenty-two Juniors,
under sixteen years of age.Jhre rep
resented by a father on the pro
posed board of directors. The dozen
army members nre represented on
the house committee by Major Hart,
and the eight Wnlklkl members by
Kenneth Drown, as captain, while
the nine members from Punaliou Col
lege, three of whom are Wnlklkl
boys, are represented by the club
collector, Alfred Ypung.
The other proposed officers repre
sent the ISO adult members scatter
ed about town who make the club a
possibility by the payment of their
dues and liberal subscriptions from
tlmi to time.
The club 4s now In a nourishing
condition, The new bntbhouso has
been completed at n cost of $S00.
To this fund the Ladles' Auxiliary
was the largest single contributor,
Its donation being $200, or one
fourth of the total.
The winning crews of the Outrig
ger Club contributed a fund of nine- .
ty dollars,, and the Donlne entertain
ment turned In. one hundred and
thirty-seven dollars more; while the
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UUUrtl UI UlTVUlUIB VUICU IIIIICl-lllim
dollars to the fund, from club dues,
and as much more has been' raised
from the" safe,, uf lockers rive" .year-
Jnjtdvance'to members" wllllbg.Jlo'put
up five dollars eaih. , .v ,
Allan Herbert bus nlsq contributed
fifty dollars to this fund, so that a
Very little more than one hundred
dollars remains to be raised to clenr
the debt, and much of this Is.
The big steel tilpod, 24 feet high,
will be erected this afternoon on tho,
reef, and from' the platform above
the waves M. 'llonvillaln will take
his motion pictures of tho surfing
contest on Saturday.
Tho Moana Hotel will put up a
small platform upon tho reef In front
of Its grounds', from wVlch tho pic
tures will be iiiado of the canoe
races, with the Moann and Outrig
ger bulldlni;j' ns background. ' '
Although the Columbia boys have
beVA challenged left nnd right, only
one baseball gante has bcen'decldod
on up till tho present time. That
will be between tho much-traveled
ones and the Puns, and a good game
Is 'sure' to come off. Mnnagcr Oault
Is, however, after the managers of
the Highs, Kama, St. Louis and Col
lege of Hawaii teams. All tho meets
and sports are said to bo arranged
for tho Days' Field, but It would ap
pear to be. a pity to play (there when
the league grounds provide such an
Ideal spot for sports of all kinds.
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Dr, Hand Is considering a plan
whereby all the prominent athletes
of the Territory could meet In u
number of events which would prob
ably lead to the Island records over
certain distances being broken. Tho
doctor's scheme Is to get all tho
schoolboy star performers together
and to have n track meet some time
In April. Tho main ovents would,
pf course, be the 100, 220 and 440
sprints, nnd n mile run. J High and
long Jumps would also bo on the pro
gram, and he pole vnult would bo
a star turn. '
In the preliminary baseball -game
the C. A. C. Juniors were defeated in
n five-Inning game by tho Mu Hocks,
who handed out or pnekago to tho
tune of 10 tp 4. It was a good gamo
up totho third Inning, when the
winners titled up six runs nnd tho
Jig was up for the C. A.Jjb.
There were a few flrecruckers In
evidence at the baseball game at
Aala Park yesterday, but the players
soon requested tho peoplo wly were
throwing them to quit, as tho smoke
Interfered with the fleldlng.-
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The Ewa tennis team' is practising
hard for their match with (ho Kn
huku boys, nnd Judging from the
form Bhowil by the McKcever bunch,
the game Is going to bo a hot one.
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During, tho Chinese holidays tho
Chinese Minors will liavo some liaso
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, mqljj
The Hui Pauahi of Oahu College
MRS. TH0S. C. TRUEBL00D, A. M.
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