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BABJtY'S BBAUTS TO
Stroag Nine Will iTonrney From
Town to Do BAttjle'With Cav-
airy Barry 'Confident ot Win'
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Bergeaut Itarry wilt take aiflne
bunch ol blll-tosseri dawn in IU
lch)ua noxt Sunday, ''ahd the lineup
Mo ha gotten together certainly Is
a'-pfeach'dtt paper. The Guards ar'e
out 'after gore this time, and there
has been aomueh talk about ,the
ability of the Cavalry In the ball
playing tine that the result of Bun?
day's game will be watched With In
terest. " fc
The duards will catch the morn
ing train to Schohala Barracks, .and
after' lunch, which will be provided
by Lieutenant James, wllTstep onto
the diamond rrejiay. to do or die in
their struggle with he Fighting)
The N. fl. H. nine has been nrnc-
tlslng jiard, and alltfbi men'are In
gbod condition. TheCajalrJ will
hnve to play ''tip 'In excellent torn!
lo hijre a chance" of debating tl.tr-
ry'a Beauts. According to tlarry'a
few remark which N were made In
the Bulletin' office 'this morn
Ing. the gam Is all'orer, except for
the rhecrlng. "Sure, wo will win,"
retnarkod Ilia cental sersreant:. "If
we don't, 1 will keep 'oh going front
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i-Biieaua iiti in virile iu ikchui
There It only on thing needed, and
that Is.thaj'.orakam of the (Service
should 'act at umpire. Then I woultl
be, happy, (Or.Hro, and. the Hon and
the lamb would b truly togetherr
lakeyour choice a 'to wnlch otui
' The LHhu ,boym)lwya glvatei
YiHiina; teams a noon' lime; .ana ine
IQuaiJIa eaalV Kaafcvt akrisr tbe (trln .to
ofAthe Serrlce-imeellhg one ahothof
onv the.,baaball ,dlfetnondr and 'bet
ter feeling l Introduced; by t,hfvtlu
Ita, exchanged 'baTween th,men-,'
,The Guards wlllput'a'foUoiri
ing men in- ine neio. on ounaay:
Boare. c; William, p; -OuUer.vlb.S
CblllJOgworth,' 2b.;' Fteitai. .;
Bushnell, 3b.; En iBue; cf.;fZerbe,
rf.; ToWhsehd, If. " "t. .
The Cavalry lineup lnot to hand
et, but they will , pick their Very
best team to represent 'the barracks
against the Guard. Thevgakne wllf
attract a numberyof fans, as a big
bunch of town -aporta Intend taking
a run down to I.ellebua ilong -with
BHOET SBOKTS.i '' " i
The following are the handicaps
of all the members of the Hawaiian
Gun Club, on a twenty-bird .basis:
D. L. Austin, J. W. Harvey, I.
Bpaldlng, K. 11. Porter, H. E. Walk
er, scratch; II. M. Whitney, one
bird: W..E. Wall. h. 0. King, two
birds; J, K: Robb, J. Cohnor, W. E.;
1A.Ae-ttsi ltaAaa hlnfalt tt f flnalfllnsr.
3. V.' McVeigh, four blrdi iA1.- Va
terhbuae, five birds; Pi R." Iaanberg,'
C. W.'C..Deerlng, R. sWBhlngle
six blrdsj II. D. Bowen, J, A. (Young.
E. Kopke, eight. blrds;yA. Ahrena.
W.'il. Vincent, W. H, CBarlock, ttn
l.lrk ' '
The Outrigger Cfub "held a meet'
Ing'. yesterday at wblch'ltvwaa d
elded that' the Clark' cup be-kept
aa perpetual trophies, to be .contest
ed forannually. T11 'wSun i w
attended by President' Ba&Tord D.
Dole, Judge Weaver., RaUtfe.Lypn, A.
i!, Ford, 0.4 Nr TuttlftW' It was
held In' F, T. P. Waterhbuke's of
fice. The Clark cupwH-a'com-p'eted'for
on March ll,i'ant4tM4to
be hoped that there will be same
turf and not like theVtWoNtrevou
occselone when an attempt was made
to do the surfing stunt.' A1. v t
"Ironman" McCullpugh fhaa re
turned to Honolulu." and everybody
who remembers the kind of scrap
the lad put up lastVearli glad to
hear that be Is not only 'back, but
rght on the warpath, Mae want
a go with somebody around hi
weight, -and there are signs that he
will be accommodated In the near
The Bulletin hae donated a
six months' subscription aa a prize
In- the llalelwa Marathon race. This
klml nf a nrlzu lasts half a 5 ear.
and when all the other trophies are
worn out Or lost, the Bulletin
still arrlvea on the sceno with allthe
news, nI the lime, contained In" It.
PLENTY OF PRIZES
NOW IN SIGHT
NUMBER OF MEN
ABE IN. TRAINING
Halelwa Event Promises to Be u
Good at Last Year's NiRel
1 ' 'Jackson Hard at Work on Prop
All the .Marathon runners' are In
actjve training, and last night a
large- number of pods were to be
setl , out .along; Kalaknun avenue and
Feagler, who- ran, such a' grand
race' In last 'years , event, la once
more In harness, and he I striding
along In a way that suggests that
he can make very good time over
the road to. Halelwa. Then Frank
Enos, who, showed most of the run
ners how to "ruri fifteen mile at top
speed,1 Is also in training, and he
will beat more men that beat him
In the race on March 27t
' Gorman 'and Connie Hayes are;
running well, and It wlll.take a good
man to defeat' the tatter, lie and
Nigel Jackfiijnj are tripping along
In great style, and the triple Mara
thon winner. coMders thatt Hayes
will go so close to' winning 4,he Ha
lelwa rnce.thftt there will be noth
ing much betWeenhlm and the 'man
wiio wins It tlajcs does not land
the first placed . ,
The prlte list t-la growing larger
every .day,, and .tt long as that rus
tler Nigel Jackson It on the Job.
there Is -no- faying when tt will
close. The" prizes are'al) well worth
winning; and there 'will be plenty
far the three events. The motor
cyclists and' cyclists will be well
provided Jot, and they should all be
satisfied with the trophiw that will
be awarded them.
Manager Kimball ot Halelwa iio
telU taking a. great Interest In the
- i .'-. . - i i
race, and.-a the. special train, will
I talce reV-ndm"'cuMrStat5
lio uia'piwce,'ne,"niuraii7j wish iu
(or their" conf fort. 'Jacktdn will take
a'runi-dtfwn to'' Halelwa) wlthjtithf
fiext f eyJ.daj-1; 'and he'-ahd ttaaager
Kimoau win taiK. lie .proppujion
oVerj and settle, aome 'details:
- The race should be just a suc
cessful as that, pf ..ast year, arid the
same merry crowd1 that'' make the
run'downJontho special fliodlo all
get together, again. ond,rehew"the
tun. TJils year there wj.ll be three
events to speculate about, and the
finishes In the, foot race andklna
Chlne events should' al) be. 'good.
i ' t n :
New Leggett Trap" Will Be Uid for
' All-Eventt-Selby Oold'.Wfctch
WiU ?4 Shot For, n
As annQunced'la the Bulletin
a day or sd ago, .the close, season for
all birds except plover starts' today,
and .from, -now on .the giilffierf will
hays', to be content wth the clay
Imitation birds. The'local gun club
Is out with the usual program, and
a,j.very Interesting one Jt Is.
i.When tho mtenlnc shoot takes
place on 8undajrnext, at, the Kaka-)
ako traps, there should be( some good
work done by the experts at the
game. The shoot will be In the na
ture of a seuij-annual affair, and
aome of the best -shots In the Terri
tory wlll.take part In It,
The Leggett trap will be In use,
and Its work wlt be watched witji
Intereat by those not familiar with
the way It throws out, the birds at
uhknown angles. The , speed at
Which the clay-blue rock fly out la
terrific, and 'no loss "than six guns
can be kept going .'at one time. Oh
Sunday the following program wilt
be ahot off:
First Event SO-blrd handicap;
known angles. Knlrup9e'(fee, li.
First prize, Waltfiam, wafch' (pre
sented by 8elby); ' secpnd prlte,
Thermos bottle (Smeltlng-and Lead
Co.); third prise, U00 Paclnc'cart
ridges. " ,
Secodd Event lfl-blrd " scratch;
unkn9wn traps, Entrance fee, 5.0c.
E. O. Hall 4 Bon' Cup. " Won pre
viously by J". W.i Harvey, June!?,.
1908; D. L. Austin, March 28, 1909;
J, W. Harvey, Jun 9, 19097
Tnird Kvent-rxo-uira nanoicap;
known angles. Free tor all, En
trance 'fee, 6.0c. Ti First prize, puttee
leggings; second prize, green, felt
hat j third prize, bIx rhonths' sub
scription to. Star.
Fourth Event 10-blrd scrntch;
unknown nngleBv Free for all,' Bird
FIGHT IT OUT
OAMES WILL BTABT mv
Marines, Cavalry, 20th Infantry, N.
u; n- ana jsnjrmeers to Kay in
Seriei Fine Season Antici
Early In April the Military base
ball series will once more start. ut. J
ana it win inueeu uo n treat to see
the real amateurs at work again.
No less .than five teams will play
ball, and they will be ns follows:
Fifth Cavalry, 20th lnfnntr, N. 0.
II , Marines nnd Engineers. The
Artillery may possibly come In, ton,
but at present It Is not deflnlteb
tlowever, five teams should pro
vide real good sport, and eer)one
who folpwed up the Military series
last season wilt be glad to hear that
It will not be long now till tho ser
vice men are seen on the diamond
The Guards were too strong last
) ear, and they won the champion
ship. However, there may be a dif
ferent tale to tell this time, nnd
there Is no doubt that the class pf
ball has Improved a lot n,t the dif
ferent camps. The Bth Cavnlry nl-
ws)s put up a great game, nnd tho
Fort Shatter bojs will surel do bet
ter than they did last time. Tho
Shatters aro fnorltes, on account of
their pluck the) nlwn)s turn up to
keep their engagements, although,
most times last year It was a hope
less task they tackled.
The coming games will be placd
on tho different diamonds around
town and at the camps. Aala Park
win, oi course, ue n luvoruc pmce
for Sunday and Wedncmlay after
noon games, and tho usual crowd of,
admirers will doubtless attend to
watch tho play.
All the officers who can get away
will, aa usual, attend and root for
their lads, and the ladles will not bo
backward, either. One of the mast
pleasing feutures of last season's se
ries was the attendance of the'fulr
sex. And the ladies knew the game,
too, and their remarks were good to
There will be at least one series'
ot good baseball, and oven It the
"Big" league will be doing nothing,.
the soldiers will keep things going
on the diamonds. ' t
M M tt
'Atlaltt there would appear lo.bo
some chance of .real, amateur .sport,
being gotten tinlrer Way In thVcity.
For a long time piBt tho Bulletin
hae been working -4nevery.posslblb
Way to Instill the "sport for sport's
YaVe" slogan into tho minds ot the
younger. jEen.aratIon, o.f. ball players
shd athletes of all sorts. That tho
matter' should at last bo taken up In
earnest Is good news, and'lt'wljl bo a
start In tho right direction. -A -good
deal of "whltcwathlng" .will liue to
bo, done, but onco the movement Is
established ,n the schools nlT w(l Uo
On March 17 St. Patrick's Dai
Jm riyna dud Sam Longford aro to
light once moro, and tmro is. sure to
be a great go between the white man
and the black. I-nngtonl is expected
to do much bettor next .time,. and Ik
looked to as a winner from tho
It was expected by most neonle' that'
Owen Moran would get tho decision
er Tommy Murphy, but from tho
cable rocclvcd jostcrday It would ap
pear thar Moran had his work cut out
to win. i , '
"Llfe.'t said the pessimist. "Is1 a
dreadtubbore. I don't.knqw-Avhat hap'
Pineda is." ' ... .
h tt tt n a t a a a rt a h nl
to be thrown from to. 3 trap. En
trance fee, XiOc, "Walker" Chrj'sah""
themum Cup. Won previously by
0. L. Austin. March S2r 1808rL
Spalding, Juno 11, 1908; 11. M.
Whltuey, March 28, 1909; J, Tavus,
June 9, i909. y"v' ' '
Fifth Event 10-blrd scrntch; un
known traps. Free for all. Walk
ing. Entrance fee, COc,. First prize,
green shooting jerbey; eecond pilzc;
flashlight.' ' ' .
Sixth JEvent 20-blrd handicap;
known angles. Class shooting. Free
for all. Entrance fee, COc. First
prize, Marlin rifle (presented by E.
0. Jlnl ,& Son); second prize, ono
case Pau Kii liana soap (presented
by F. L. Waldron); third prize, six
months' subscription to Bulletin
(Bulletin Publishing Co.); fourth
prize, hnm (Hawaii Meat Co.); Ilfth
prize, Tomllnson cleaner.
The officers of -the cltih are:., J.
Wt Harvey, president; D. L. Austin,
vice-president; K. B. Porter, treas
urer; E. L Spalding, auditor: V. E.
Wall, . D. Bowen, H. A:. Walker
and 11. M. Whitney, ,dlretorsr v"'
Chairman H. D. DowiCn nnd K.JI.
Porter comprise the house "com
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