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MORE 18 BEATEN
PUNAHPU SCORES 50Va POINTS TO HIGHS'M RICE AND MCKEN;,
ZTE SO WONDERFUL TIME OVER HUNDRED, YARDS BIG
MEET NEXT SATURDAY.
On Saturday aftecjioon at' Alexan
der Field, the High School once
more went down In defeat thin
time to Oahu College. The total
points scored by both teams In the
track meet were: Oahu College,
'60 H ; :lUgh 'School, 48. The High
School, as usual, won first place In
most of the events, but were unable wero A. Hottendor'f, H. Oodfroy anil
to get enough men Into the second C. Hoeea: Held judges, V. Wuchr
and third position;. I mnnn, W. Walalaale and John Hat.
A falj-slzed crowd turned out at Now that the preliminary track
the meet, and the scholars from all meets are all pau, the excitement Is
me ecnoois were present in force, beginning about .the real big all
affair, the ,event, was stopped with
the college boys taking) all ' the
The. Kamehameba athletes 'acted
as officials, amd the following Is the
list of those In charge of the field:
Professor Home, referee; D. Hlpa,
announcer; S. Hussey, scorer; J, L.
Hapwood, starter. The track judge's
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The' girls were enthusiastic fans, and
It was not the fault of the High
Bchool bunch that their team did not
The .track was In good order, and
although a stiff breeie caught, the
men as they rounded the. Wa'lklkl
corner of the track, sonte remarka
bly fast times were put up. Dill
nice, covered himself .with glory, by
cutting out the hundred In 10 1-6
seconds; which Is certainly' going
some for a schoolboy. Two yards
outside' evens- Is not to be sneezed
ran. nice to wunin n root; is also to
be congratulated on the showing he
made, iRlce- seemed to stumble a
little bt the start, and thoreby lost
a little ground. The way he moved
alobg once he got' Into bis strldo was
.beautiful to watch.
In the 220 yards run, Rice again
breasted the tape first, and he cover
ed the dUtancei In 23 3-D' seconds.,
The 440 also went to this fast ped,
and he threw the, quarter mllo be
hind 'him In 66- 4-5 seconds. He
won easily, and could have taken
many seconds off the time hal be
wished to. ,
McCandless was, of course,- tho
star porformflr; In tho field events,,
and he captured the high and broad
jumps, shot-put and hatnmerithrow.
In the high Jump the winner clears
ed 5 feet 6 Inches. McCandless also
threw .the twe)ve-pound hammer
131 feet 11 inches. In tho shot-put
the same boy landed .the price with
a put of 42 feet 1 Inch.
Then In the broad Jump McCand
less humped himself through the air
and landed eomoUB feet 7 Inches
away from the mark. That was too
good, for any of the rest, and the
High School man won, out.
The. mile run was won by Norton,
with Young and Chlllingwort,h In
the places.' Time, s minutes' D 3,-b
seconds. The half mile was won by
Norton; who carved out the distance
lh:3t20. In the mile race Young
ran' well, but Nortqn was too good.
The 220 yards' hurdles face was
captured, by McKenzle, who showed
really, good form, and besides run
ning well took the Jumps In his
stride In good fashion. Ho. covered
the distance In 37 4-5 seconds, and
could have Improved on it a lot
The relay' race was a good one,
and, no trouble eventuated this week.
Oahu College won the event, but In
the last spasm Rico was overhauling
Desha at a very fast clip, and If the
distance had been a little more tho
champion would have won. Sevoral
timers whonput. their watches on
Rice foer.tluR 220 yards' relay
made hlrnvdarthttidlstance 'ln'23'!sM
ends, 'flatnl .There Is no doubt 'thaf
the runner did icover tho ground' at
a wonderful pace,- and It renitnded
those who1 saw the effort or tho
speedy manner In which he cut out
the last 220 yards in the relay 'race
at the Boys' Field. The relay race
was cut, out In 1 minute 41 4-S sec
onds, and was a pretty event to
McKenzle-and Rex Hitchcock did
Well '(or the college. The former
won the 220 yards hurdles, and ran
Into second place In the 220 and
100 yards sprints., Hitchcock got
second In the high Jump, broad
Jump, shot-put nnd hammer throw.
Then he tied with two of his school
mates In tho pole vault, and as thcro
was no need to contlnuo, nsMcCand-
I less did not care to go on with the
FINE NEW COURTS
' ., ARE OPENED
GOOD. HATCHES WERE
WELL FOUGHT OUT
CHAMPION KILLS FORTY-
-ONE OUT OF FIFTY
Fine Shcotinir Is' Done Over New Retemlnj: from a Two Years' En-
LegjieH Trap Bir Ctowd Visits
Kakaako Harvey Hits Ten
school affair which Is to come oft op
-Saturday next. All the boys have
been pretty well tried out nbw, and
the result wlll.be that on Saturday
the very best men from the different
Institutions will go' up against one
anothor. " .
The meet should draw a , big
crowd, and.ltvWjlleurprUe a lot t
people If some ofth'e Island records
are not beaten b- the young run
ners nnd Jumpers, i '
Rice and 'McKonsle jure ,'surf to
do a trifle better over, the' tiundredi
'ttj'ap they ,dld,jWatufday 'last, au'd
a trlflo wou'd mean -that even time
would bo about touched, If not got
Inside of. McKentle Is a fine sprint
er, and he' seems Jo be Improving,
lip ran Itlce n very tight race on
Saturday,- nnd tho champion had to
do his best to land a winner by. n
Tho trouble with the High School
nmiears to be that, they have to work
the same men'timo after time In
the different events. The other
schools have' more men, and It Is .a
pity that the Highs have to rely bo
much upon the same boys, who can
not be expected to go up against
(resh contestants when they, have
hardly had a rest.
The High School won eight out of
twelve events Saturday, and they
showed how good the few men who
compete on their behalf are. Rice,
McCandless and Norton had. to bear
the brunt of all the events, and wel
did they carry the burden. ' i'
Next Saturday the races' should be
very fast, and Hosea, McKenslo,
Rice, Hitchcock brothers and Mc
Candless shpuld put some now fig
ures on the Island record sheets.
DOTS AND DASHES.
Yestorday, morning1 on the Maktkl
diamond, tho Queen's Hospital bunch
of ball players mot and defeated lite
Quarries" by a Bcore of 8 to 7. It
was a cIobo, and exciting game, and It
was not till tho second half of the
ninth inning that, victory was made
certain for the-Hospital boys:
Fred Sllvn pitched good ball for the
Hospital, 'and ha was well backed up
by his catcher. The Hospital nlno Is
as follows: V. Joseph, Fred Bllva. II.
Benolt, Dan. Joseph, .Bddle Philip,
Johnnie Perria, August Perrla, Fred
Eckardt.ond Frank Bllva.
Tho tug-of-.war will bo started up' on
the evening of March 19 nt 8 o'clock.
Four teams will compete In .tho pull-
tngcontost, nnd they nrO'lbo Hawaii
ins, (Marines, .Portuguese and d'-Col)
$red,tcam. A. K. Vlerra Is hard ''at
work j on tho proposition nnd over"'
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Lining points to sonie.gooupori. j
iThp White ..baseball nine 'defeated J
tho walpanu uuncn yesieruay uy a
Bcoro Qfi6 to 4. Tho- town' tfeahl had
Q gqod,'i,tlinotdown nt tho plantation
andCnJoyed. themselves muchly,"
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ARE YOU L08INQ FLESH
through n racking cough that you can
not seem to check? .A bottle of Al
len's Lung Balsam will cure tho trou
bio and help you back to health,
"Necessity knows no law;" re
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"Uelng tho mother of Invention,"
rejoined the casual observer, "she
ought to at least know the patent
"Neighborhood" Club Has Bit; Crowd
to Watch Expert Hacauet-Wieid
en afWork Mrs. Coulter
Quite a numbor of 'people attend
ed at the opening of the Neighbor
hood Tennis Club on Saturday ntter
noon, and some 'Interesting matches
wore played between the members
nnd some' Invited guests.
Mrs. Coulter was In fine form, and
she won out In both the mixed and
Udtcs' doubles. She and W. A.. Wall
defeated Miss Ward and M. F. Pros
ser, and then In the ladles' doubles,
the'champlon had Miss Ballentyno
for a partner, and tho pair defeated
Mrs. D. II. Murray and Miss L.
Ward byia. score-of ,6-4.
The 'other matches played were:
Mrs. Harvey Murray and Captain
Low beat Mrs. G. M., Watson and
A. M. Nowell, c-3. Then In the
hien's doubles A. L. Castle and W.
F, Dillingham beat F. E.Steere and
D. W. Anderson, 8-6, This was a
good, exhibition of tennis, and the'
set was, well fought out.
Then W. -QiSlnglehurir na""N.
Deerr' played H. B. 'Qlftard and' Her
bert Dowsett, and the formerpalr
won by 6-4. F. Armstrong andW.
A, Wall then wont up against F. 'IJ.
Damon, and the latter pair lost out,
VW. A. Wall, Miss McSto'cker and
William Thompson were In charge
of the afternoon's sport, and the
-whole affair went oft with a swing
that was very pleasant. Afternoon
tea was served by the ladles ofsthe
club, and a most enjoyable time was
had by everyone.
The two new courts were In good
condition end In a short time should
,be on good us any In the city. A"
vlubhouse'wlll be erected In the near
future, and then everything will be
O. K. at the new club.
Among those present who did not
participate In the games were' Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Lowers, Henry
Wlchman. 8. F. Stewart, a tourist
'from San Francisco) Mr. and Mrs.
Clinton Ballentyue, Mrs. W. A.
Wall,' Dr. .and Mrs.- Murray, Mrs.
William Thompson, Mrs. F. Richard
son, Mrs. A' M. Newell, Dr. Hodgins,
Mr. and' Mrs., U Tenney Peck and
.Barry's Beauts Take Measure of
FiRhtinit Filth, at Leilehua
Visitors Are Well Entertained.
Out at Lellohua yesterday the Ni-G.
H. team did things'' to the Fighting
Fifth, bunch of ball toisers, and whop
tho final tally was maile It was found
that Harrys ueauts naa ueieaieu inv
Schofleld Barrack boys by, a scoro of
7 to 3.
And great wag tho delight of Ser-
count .Barry whon tho game ended:
he Joy over the win ismpmewhat tem
jiejed by tho facL; that! Berloo Urn-
Jain J a not in lowmiowuarwH'ii. inuw
vernBarry and his' playdiis had a flno
Clmo,ian,d made good In their much re
peated boast that', tho iQuards, could
dofoat tho Cavalry. , , '
Tho official score was as follows:
,N, Q. II.
Runs ,.'.,.....'.1 0 0 0.0 3 1 0 2-7
By II. .)-.......l 0 1 1 1 3 1.1 1-10
12 3 4 6 6 7 8 9
Runs 1 0010000 13
B. H 1 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 t
Two-base hltny Williams, Davis, uou
Inson; bilsca oh balls, oft Boll 3, off
Williams 4', struck out, by Bell 2, by
Winioms 11; passed balls,, Shepard 2,
Saares; sacrifice hits; Bushnell, Chll
lliiKworth.Donnla: Bacrlflco fly, I-t'iit-
on; double piny, Williams to Butler to
By killing 41 out of 50 HlrJa" at
tho Kakaako traps yesterday after
noon, J. W. Harvey won 'the Se'.by
trophy, which Is n gold watch; also he
took a gold meadl nnd n couplo of
other prizes. The semiannual shoot of
50 birds waH shot over the Lcggctt
trap, and that machine ccrtnlnly did
good, work nnd tho way It threw tho
clays out at unknown angles wa n
treat to see.
H. D. Bowen ran second In the hlioot.
and he accounted for 38 birds out of
60 his handicap was 7, nnd ho h(H
well considering everything. The
third prlzo went to Irwin Spalding
who "grassed" 35 of the blue rocks.
Harvey killed ten straight in the
ten-bird scratch ovvnt, nnd this record
gives him the K. O. Hall cup. 'Ho had
won tho cup twice beforo sn It now
becomes his absolute property.
Another ten-bird shoot went to Ir
win Spalding who, shooting at un
known angles, hit ten straight In'llm
class .fashion. The twenty-bird con
test was won by W. M. Vincent, who,
with a handicap of 10, landed 20 out
lot 30 birds. II. D. Bowen, who hnl n
handicap of 8 birds, ran second In this
shoot, his total being 19 out of 28. L.
C. King got third place with a score
of 17 out of 23; his handicap wns. 3
and ho shot well.
Tho fifth shoot was nl;o n ten-bird
affair, and It went to Spaldlux. who
with Bowen, hit six out of the ten
blrdB released. In the shoot-off Spald
Ing won, and took as a prize a shootlu?
Jersey. Harvey hit five out of ten
and gets a prize for his work.
The 22 caliber Martin rlflo went to
Bowen, who miido 22 hlU out of ,2S
With a handicap of 8. N Bobo and J.
Tavas tied for second plncu tho for
mer scoring 21 out of 30; his handicap
was 10 while Tnvns with a humKcip
of 7. hit 21 out of 27. Tho ulioot ort
was won by Tavas, who killed 10 to
his opponent's 7.
Tho final event wns n special ten
bird event which was shot at unknown
angles,,.. Spalding, Tavas. and Klngi
tied, each getting 9 out of 10.- 8pald
Ing iron-out in Yhr shoot off.
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Talk about sensations! Anjono not
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should go to Tho Novelty nnll' see Hie
Inimitable "Princess Oniene," tho East
Indian dancer. Be suro to go early or
you cannot g-1 In for love nor money
She has picked the house for .two
weeks Mcily, doing three' dances each
evening. Her dance has nover been
equaled. Tho artistic manner In
which she handles tho castauctB Is an
art In Itself and makes her dance ono
of the most entrancing ever witnessed.
She Is a black-cyod beauty with black
curly hair, that tho bald-headed row
raves about, and we don't wonder.
Miss Beattlo Qalard In her pleasing
"iongstand dances and Miss Jano Wall
aro both becoming favorites. The
now moving pictures will conclude ono
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ofthe doy, and Vlerr&'s orchestra will Hotel Street near Fort,
hnvo selections from sumo of tho Into
nmncai successes. jack Scully. - Jack Roberta.
Tho featurtT film will lie "Exriort' .'
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masses. ; "Wonderful nenioillcu" la ono
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this liouto Is no noted It will supply
a baso for a good laugh,
All lu all, tho progr-tm at I lip Pmk
Theater this woek can not 1) excolli'd,
end Is tho biggest show ever given for
tho money inj thin or any town.
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