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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, MAIl. B, 1910.
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DAP COLLEGE TO
MEET A1EA TODAY
FINE PROGRAM OF
7 SPORTS TO BE RUN
Highs Are Determined to Wipe Out
Defeat of Last Week All Boys
Running Well at Present.
This afternoon on tho Alexander
Field the Ouhu Collego and High
School boys will meet In athletic
sure to toll up. The officials will
be selected from tho Kamchamelra
boys, who will act as judges, ref
The High School athletes think
they have an
excellent chance of
honors today, and.dall and QUI playing on the Red
whllo U must bo admitted that as
far as capturing first place Is con
cerned the School will doubtlesj do
well, It Is the seconds, thirds and
fourths that pile up the points. .-
It Is to be hoped that the details
will be understood by all concerned
before the sports start. Tho trouble
last time arose through a dispute
about the fourth place being taken
In on the scoring cards.
..jOn.Jh.elJace of. It, three placeAiilkiPJtrtr'fr'inr
oulfl 'appear to be sufficient to
Count as point-winners, and stretch
ing It to four seems a trifle strange.
And another thing Is that it is not
an easy matter to correctly place
tour men In short races.
The sprlntB today will bo exciting
events, and it will be Interesting Jo
Bee now inn idee win cut out tne
hundrod. His time last week 11
seconds was too slow to be true.
William can get at least Ave or six
yards Insldo of that figure. And the
same applies to the fifty-yard and
220 Rice Is a phenomenal runner,
and If at all pressed can put up very
Then McCandless Is In good condi
tion, and his high Jump of last Bat
urday can bo greatly Improvod on.
This young athlete Is a fine broad
and high jumper. It Is to be hoped
thfit ho exert himself this afternoon,
for although, the meet Is only In tue
way of a trybue far the big all-school
affair of March 13, the people who
attend these1 piellmlnnry stunts like
to see good work done by the boys.
aw 10 m in
Ten New Suits Are Ordered From
New York Grand Military Ball
to Be Given on April 2.
With roferenco to the Military merles
which will stbrtup on or about April
1, Sergeant Barry has tho following to
say r "Thero Is a general feeling thai
the Guards aro too strong for tho rest
of tho" nines, and wo have decldej to
enter a nine from tho First Infant) y
Hoglirtent "alone and all tho member
will bo over ono year In the service.
This team will play right through the
series and at tho end of tho seatnn I
wilt pick a First Hospital Corps nlno
that will play any team In the service
end beat them,, too, Tho rest of tho
teams can form a combination nine if
they like and the Hospital Corps will
tackle them." '
8ergeant Do'rry lias received a now
style of uniform rind a "dandy' affair
It is ,too. Tho color Is steel gray and
tho finish' IS very good. Tho uniform,
complote with an overcoat, costs 129
landed here. Ton suits' havo been
ordered from New York, nnd tho cost
will bo defrayed by money collected at
a dance that will bo given at tho Ha
wallan Hotel on April 2. This Grand
Military Hall is going to be tho real
thing in the wny of hops and olabarato
preparations aro being made for It.
Tho Hawaiian band will play In tho
early part of tho ovenlng, and later on
a string band will take up tho waits
and two-stop measure, Tho ball will
be the fourth annual function and. a
moBt enjoyable tlmcTIs bcln looked
forward to by' nil tho military ,fojk of
the isluud. "
BY V..L. STEVENSON.
. SHOW MOD FORM
HEN PLAT MIXED
GAME WITH CLUB
Big Crowd Watches Englishmen and
Americans' Play Friendly Game
Between Champions on El Cer
HURMNOAME. Kcb. 13. lioforo
a brilliant assemblage of fully 1500
i-opiee ,. ..,. who
aro preparing for the Coronado
championship tournament played
their vrnctlse match today on EI
Cerrlto field. The members of the
Invading team did not play togeth
erns a f"u''' but were divided, Hum-
team una Majors nouson and I.ce
lltrowlng In their luck with tho
Five chuckers of eight minutes
rnch resulted In a tie score of two,
goals apiece. The Ipvadlng Kng
llshmcn sat their itontes like men
nnd played a agnme which forotells
danger for the tBurllngame defend
ers at Coronals, Lieutenant Gill
did some magscent work with his
llurndall played With him' shows
that the English are strung In team
The International aspect given to
the match by the participation of
tho Englishmen stimulated a strong
Interest here, and El Cerrlto field
was entirely surroumled by society
Machines and .traps poured In from
San Mateo and.i San Francisco all
morning, and when the gamo com
menced at 3:30 tho clubhouse and
field presented a spectacle to re
member. Tho weather proved perfect for
polo. Warm and not too bright,
p.ayer and pony were able to maneu
ver tapldly and easily, and thero
were feats of tiding and driving
w filch called for und received gen
erous appreciation from the specta
tors. The only unfortunato Incident of
the duy came in tho fourth chuc't
er, when Dick Tobln received a
driven ball on his kneu and was
foiced to retlio fiom the match. He
was replaced by George Parson, who
had been referetlng up to that time.
Parson was replaced as referee by
Lieutenant GUI's skill scored the
first goal In tbo second chucker, fol
lowing u long drlva from up-flold.
Th'e English player raced his pony
In front of tho bunch, and, swing
ing low, sent a clean drive straight
between the posts. ,
It was not until the third chucker
that the Whites scored their first
goal, but tbey went straight ahead
then und added another, putting
them In the leud by a score of 3
Play remained lu neutral terri
tory during the greater part of the
fourth period, when the unfortunate
accident to Tobln occurred.
Shortly after the opontng of tho
last period Lieutenant GUI succeeded
in adding his second goal, bringing
the Bcore up to a tie. With but a
few minutes to go, bo.h RcdB and
Whites tried desperately for a win
ning goal, but without success. ' .
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SHORT SPORTS. '
The Heal an I Iloilt Club Is still boom
ing along, and now that E, L. Khise
has been elected commodore ant Uert
F. uelluron, vico commodore, mere
will bo something doing all the time.'
Thero will ho races at Poarl Harbor
on .March 27 and some good events
should bo on tap.
A Coast team of baseball players
mny possibly come down and play a
serleB of games hero, but as a guar
antco of $2,000 Is required thero would
rot appear to bo much chance of tho
highly desired trip coming off.
Tho Hawaiian dun Club shoot should1
attract a big crowd tomorrow to the
Knkaako trans. Homo flno fliootlnc
Ih anticipated and tho champions wllil
probably break records,
' BEGIN SOON
GUARDS PLAY AT
'Fighting Filth Ready to Wipe the
Jttrth With Harry's Beauts
'Good Game for Sure.
On Thursday next the Military Ath
lotlc Association will kfold n meeting,
and all the details of tho coming Scr
vlco baseball series will bo attended
to. A schedule of games will be ar
ranged, and tho date for the opening
match selected. It Is thought that at
least five nines will enter and al
though the Marines would appear to
fnvor playing with tho Oahu Lcaguo,
It Is to bo hoped that they stick to tho
f Service bunch.
The Guards will havo a very strong
nlne,nd they will also havo a good
deal of practice beforo tho opening of
the official scabon. Dairy's Dcauts are
Pearly always .getting a gv.no some.
where, and when not playing as a com
blncd team, tho Individual members
are generally to be found taking part
In a ball 'gamo on some diamond or
Tomorrow the Guards aro going to
Lcllchua to play tho 'Fighting Fifth,
and thero Is hardly any need to say
that tho game will be a very keen one.
There has boen much talk and letter
writing about tho Guards and Cavalry
teams, and the long dispute as (b which
Is tho hotter nine will-bo settled for
a whllo tomorrow.
Sergeant Darry sums up tho situa
tion Eonfethlng like this: "neat 'cm!
1 should smile; why we aro preparing
tho whitewash now, and threo large
tuba aro going along with us tomor
tow. Why tho Kewalos handed them
a bunch last Saturday, and say, what
could my boys do to the Kewalos?"
As for the Fifth boys, they can't see
how Barry's Dcauts have a chance,
and the whole barracks has wagered
Its chlit on the Lekohua lads. The
"Outlaws" have been talking a lot
about putting a team In tho field that
could wipe tho earth with tho Guards
and thero Is no doubt that tomorrow
the manager of tho "Outlaws" will
watch the Guards battery very closo
ly. Johnnie Williams and Louie Soares
sounds good to the city fans, nnd the
Schnflold Barracks men will have to
play up to win.
a a a
Gleaned at Garags
-Manager Se)mour Hall of tho Asso
ciated Garagu reports things us being
M-ry busy In tho repair shops and that
tho contemplated extension of the
building cannot coma too soon,
During the week tho garago sold two
Chalmers to Island people; the
first machine went to J. A, Magoon
of this city and tho other to L. Mac
furlanq of Konj. Moth tho cars aro
up to tho regular standard and of 30
Mr. Odell has gono to Maul and will
show tho Hudson Twenty around the
Valley Island. Ho will, later on, go
over to Hawaii and tour the big Island
He will do soma moro Volcano trips
and will try and beat his own record
over the road.
Several moro Hudauna aro expected
on tho Lurllno, which,, b duo to nrrlvo
on Wednesday noit,
Tho Schuman garago expects n ship
ment of tho well known Mitchell cars
to arrlvo In tho near future and a rush
to secure the machines Is predicted.
The Mltcholl of tho old type N won
known In theso Islands, and has al
wuys given satisfaction Tho new typo
of Mitchell is said to be a long way
ahead of the old ono, and In that caso
It must bo a fine, car.
Another car that should bo coming
along soon Is the Flanders, which Is a
low-priced machine of a high clnss. It
lb expected that tho Flanders will be
come tho popular low prlco machine.
and that many people who now do not
Indulgo In autos will bo able, to InvcBt
Two locomobiles should -roach the
Schuman garage before very long and
)Keso beautiful cars are already sold
I Managor Dodgo of tho von Hamm
NAME OF CLUB
Fine Tournaxcut Is Arranged fcr
Aftetnoon Mis. Coulter Will
May in Matches Two Cjuris
Will Be in Use.
This afternoon at 3 o'clock tho
new tennis club, "The Neighbor
hood," will foimally open Its two
fine courts. The club has kocureU
a very desirable tract of land on
Spencer and Victoria streets, and' no
expense has been spared In la) Ins
down two courts that comparo ery
favorably with any of tho city.
To celebrate the opening day, n
tournament has been nrrauged, nnd
mixed doublos, men's doubles nnd
ladles' doubles will be plaed off.
Somo of tho best players of the Ter
ritory havo entered for the different
ovents, and the play should be of n
vory high class.
Mrs. Coulter, tho lady champion
of Hawaii, will play in both the
ladles' doubles and the mixed dou
bles. The champion is playing In
good form, and she and Wall should
go close to winning their match.
At present there Is no clubhouse
at tho new courts, but the matter Is
being seen to, and within a short
time' It is expected that a neat houso
will be ready for the members. Tne
club Is limited to .forty members,
nnd already 'the Ust l8 full. For n
start tb4t looks healthy, and the
new clulj .appears: fb have a bright
future before It, ' T:e following aro
tho ofnc(olsof, tho 'club: President,
M. F. Prosaer; vice-president, Wll
linm Thompson; treasurer, F. II.
Domnn;'(s'ec'rota'ryr, 'E, M. Wntson.
Tho fill! program for today's tour
nnmont lnj 'fvdlowsU
Mixed' Doubles, t p. m. Mrs. E.
M. Watson and A.'M. Kowell vs. Mrs.
D. Harvey Murray and Capt. Low;
Miss Luey Ward and XU. F. Piosser
vs. Mis. Ethel 'Coulter, and W. A.
Men's Doublos. Si 30 p. m. F. Ei
Stcere slid D. V'. Anderson vs. A. L.
Castle and W. t Dillingham; W. O.
Slnglehurst and N. Deerr vs. II. 11.
Glflard and Herbert Dowsett.
Ladles' Doubles, 4 p. m. Mti,
Ethel Coulter and Miss Irmu Uallen
tyne vs.Mrt. O. H. Murray nnd Mlbs
Men's Doublos, 4 p. m. Sherwood
Lowrey and Dr. K. Ramus vs. F.
Armstrong and SV. U. Doman.
During tho afternoon (he follow
ing commlltee of lad la will serve
tea: Mrs. J.. D, Dougherty, Mrs. F.
11. Damen. Ursf, F. Prosser, Miss
Thutcher, Mrs. E. Mr Watson and
Mrs. H, II. Glffard.
x m ii x u k tt k a tt art a a
Young garago Is up to ills eyes In
work, and his skilled mechanics nre
kept going all the time In iho ropair
shop. Tho new.wlug to the garage will
be well ender way before long, and
thrn the present sale room will be
xllrif I to suit the requirements of an
up-to-date machine shop. A traveling
crane will be Installed, and with its
aid. cars or any part of them wIIMip
enslly transported from ono part of
tpe shop to tho other. r """
A new b'azlng plant lll bo set up
nnd It Is claimed that with It work of
a nature novcr before dono In Hono
lulu will be successfully undertaken.
The Overland car is a new nno on
tho Honolulu market, and tho on
Hnmm-Young pcoplo cipect n ship
ment of tho machines on tho next
Btcamcr from tho Coast. Tho Over
land Is a car that has coma to tho
front with a rush during tho lnt cou
ple of years, nnd It should becomo
ery popular In Honolulu.
The Cadillacs aro going nT n fist
as they can bo gotton from tho Coast,
and tho Packards aro bIbo just as pop
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