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' EVENING. BULLETIN, HQKOLULy,'TrH.,;fRlPAY. MAR. 11, 1910.
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FINE PROGRAM OF
THE SERIES WILL
START ON APRIL 3
Marines, N. O; H., Fifth Cavalry and
Twentieth infantry to Flay All
Summer' Double-Headers on
On Saturday, April 2, the mill
tary baseball series will 'start up.
and It Is Indeed good news to the
fang to. hear that everything Is ar
ranged for the season. '
At a meeting held yesterday a
cbedule was drawn up, and a most
attractive program It looks on pa
per. Four teams)' are engaged In
the series, and they are the Marines,
Fifth Cavalry, Twentieth Infantry
and N. 0. H; These nines should
provide Just as good games as those
of last year, and 'as, the games wilt
all be played on Saturdays, .the fans
.are In for plenty of good snappy ball
this season. The Oahu league1 will
be' doing things on Sundays, and
,then on Saturdays the. military peo-
Die Will be on the tot).
Two gamesSrllt be played eyery
aaiurqay, ana an. nrsc gamesiii,
start; nV IS80 o'clbcVJsliarp';i..Tae
league '.grounds will iV the scenerof
I battle, and lf,.tb, u!lass..ol.ball.U,as
crpwd will roll up every 'Saturday to
see tee run.
. Schedule of Games.
.April I Marines ts. N. a. 1!.;
Cavalr vs. Inraritryf
AprJl 9 N,' 0. H. vst nfantryj
Marines vs. 'Cavalry.
April 18 Marines vs. Infantry;
N, 0, H. vs. Cavalry.
4 April 23 Marjnes vs. N. a. H.;
Cavalry vs. Infantry.
April 30 N. O. H. vsi Infantry;
Marines vs. Cavalry.
May 7 Marines vs. Infantry; N.
a., H. vs. Cavalry.
May 14 Marines vs. N. ,0. H.;
Cavalry vs. Infantry.
., May Si , O. H. vs. Infantry;
Marines vs., Cavalry. '
,Mav 28 Marines vs. Infantry; N.
.June 4 Marines vsN. 0. H.I
Cavalry vs. Infantry. '
JUne 11 N. O. H.'vs. Infantry;
Marines vs. Cavalry.
.' June 18 Marines vs. Infantry;
N, Q. IJ. vs. Cavalry.
June 15 Marines vs. N. O. H.;
Cavalry vs. Infantry.
.July 2 N. O. H. vs. Infantry;
Marines vs. Cavalry,
'July I Marines vs. Infantry; N
0. H. vs. Cavalry.
July 8 Marines Vs. N." 0. H.;
Cavalry vs. Infantry.
July J6 N. O. H. vs. Infantry;
Marines vs. Cavalry.' -
July 23 Marines vs. Infantry; K
a.. H, vs., CaValry.
July 30 Marines vs. N. 0. H.i'
Cavalry vs. Infantry.
. August 6 N. O. H. vs. Infantry;
Marines ys, Cavalry.
August IS Marines vs. Infantry;
N. d. H. vs.' Cavalry.
August 20' Marines vs. N. 0. H.i'
Cavalry vs, Infantry.
August 27 N. 0. II. vs. Infantry;
Marines vs. Cavalry.
September 3 Marines vs.. Infan
try; ft. 0', II. vs. Cavalryi
' Each club to play twenty-four
Only men enlisted in the Una eli
gible to' play on t'eamV" Neither sig
nal ncr hoapltar"cbrVs' allowed to
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.The news bubllsh'edKlnl'bio D.ullo-
tln yesterday that the' Santa Clara'
and Waseda baseball teams' would' be
in Honoluluabout July, and that a
aeries, oi games wouia do piayea wun
tho local, nines, has Btlrred up the
baBcball enthusiasts and thore is
much talk going on about the (matter.
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The Honolulu Cricket Club will
tncot this evening at Castle & With,
Ington's once, .and a big gathering oi
batsmen and bowlers Is expected to
turn up., '
The' tugof.war men era hard at
work tugging on their respective roiw
and hardening thblr hands and muscles
for the blg'evont of March 19.
it COMING EVENTS. tt
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it Secretaries and ' nianagcrs of tt
It athietifl clubs are InTlted to send tt
in ine.oaietj.ui any otnn -wnicn h
they nfay .hi' getting up. for In' tt
sortlon 'under the. above head, tt
It Address all -communications to tt
tt' the Spotting' Bdltor; B 1 1 e 1 1 n. tt
tt . ' ATHLBTIC PARK.
li March 13 Diamond' Heads vs.
tt , J. A. C. ..
tt March, IS Muhocks vs, Asahls,
tt March 30 Diamond Heads
April' r-Openlng of Military tt
Series. . . , i tt
tt ATHLETIC PARK.. tt
March'19 international Series, tt
Regatta. , n
PBAgli HARDOIl., t
March 20-rSalllng and Rowing .St
places.. ,. j, t ,
'Miirathon., . ,
tt April 3 MalljwB Annual Race.
tt April 3 Bicycle Races.
H - . , riandhalf. '
rt . r.M,C.,A.
tt March 12 High School Tourna.
tt ment. . j
tt ,Ti",n' fchoetynq.
tt .March 16 Weekly Cup.
tt Horse fcaeu. , r
tt , . VfAtLijKV.. .
tt July 1 lriter-Ulsnd;meet. s
ti ' TranePsclfle Yacht Race,
tt'Jujy 4 Start from Bhn Francisco. U
tt ' World's Cli'amplorihlp Fight. t
tt July 4 Jamee Jelfrjea vs. Jaek'tJ
tt Johnson. ,-'"A tt
2---Ui4iSMS'wisri'low-h,0 "oo wprtrssad there.
ttl8IMIJirtt.1t trUWmrmre m.4n whq thought.that he had.
BIO FIELD WILL
. START IN RAGE
MANY MEN ABE IN
1 TBAININO FOB EVENT
li Is Thought ,Tht Last Year's Rec
ord Will, Be Broken Refresh
ment Stations Arranged.
It Is anticipated that there will
be'ot loast forty "tarters In the Ha;
lelwa Marathgn race; thlf year', and
that' the tjm'e for the' Journey will
be miich quicker than' Cast) when
Jackson limped In first over the win
ning line. None bf. the! men who
ran In the first Marathon hod had
any experience In long-distance' run
ning, and. consequently, most of
.them ran themselves blind In the
early stages of the race and bad to
Join the ambulance class.
Since that, first race there have
been several full Marathon-distance
events puliation, and quite a-numr
ber of mon have shown ,, excellent
rqrm in the dinerent races.
, Antone Kaoo, the w6nderful old
runner, who may years ago used to
run all the way from Walalua to
Honolulu with messages, took to the
game again, and maae nis reappear
dnce In the Marathon promoted by
Ja'ck Scully. Tho oldtlme champion
had had little or no training and;
besides, was fasting on account ot
Lent. He, however, ran a great,
race and, without stopping or tak
ing, any refreshment, got Into .a
place. It was at once seen that the
old "Walalua Horse", was a Cham
pion, and he was Induced to train
properly .and enter for the other
races.' It is an 'old story' how' the
r6rty-olgh't-year-old Hawaiian beat
everything1 in sight, and. In a, match
race snrlnted away from Tsukamoto,
the Hllo champion, and became the
Idol of the sporting public.
' Kaoo will .not compete In the Ha-;
delwa event, but such men as Jack
son. Enos. Downey. Bcharsch. Feag
ler, Gorman Hayes and many other
first-class long-distance men will
face the starter on Aprl) 3, .
As announced elsewhere, tho mo-
tor-cyqlo race has been abandoned,
but now there wilt be two bicycle
races Instead of one, and tho riders
wll ride hard for the honor p( get
ting first, place, as Well as gaining'
the valuable prizes thatwlll go to
The prize list Is a long one, nnd
the trophies are all well worth win
ning; , . Most ot the business men of
HOFADOEN GETS THE
, DECISION SECOND BOUND
Big Crowd From Town Visits Let
Iehua Marlowe, Thrown by
Horse, Hurts Bhoulder--Could
Not Stay in Blngi
There was fun galore out' at Let
lehua last night, when a boxing
'toiirnamcnt was 'pulled off .bju the
boys of the Fighting Fifth. All the
Cavalry lads were on deck, of
course, and a large numbor bf town
sports also took a run down to Bcho
(leld Barracks to see the much-talked-of
go between Jack McFadden
and Tommy Marlowe.
A fine, r Instead been erected, and
all' thefirrangements' were up to date
and of the very' best. Seats were
L placed all around the ring, and the
body of tne audience, couia an see
the contest with comfort.
The main event, between McFad
den nndtMa'rlowe, was a disappoint
ment, as the Fifth representative had
to stOD In the latter part of the sec
ond round owing lo an Injury to his
rlght:'shoulder. up to the time he.
was forced to leave the ring, Mar.
the Honolulu man fully extended,
It appears that Marlowe mounted
'a bucking horse a few' days ago and
was thrown heavily to the ground,
lie lit on Jits right' shdulder and
arm, 'and was badly hurt, r He, bow.
ever, thought that by massaging and
using llnament he would be able .to
last with McFadden. .Uut as soon'
as things got willing, the arm be
gan to pain and his shoulder became
so stiff that, game and all as he
was, the Lellehua man bad to call It
off. It Is to be regretted that It was
so, as the fight promised to be a
really' good one.
jThere were several preliminaries,
arid some of them, although crudt),
were exciting enough for anything1.
Xtmey Richards, who Is well known
to' Honolulu flghf fans, was put to
sleep. by one ot the Schofield Bar?
racks boys, 'and, the knockout was n
' Mike Paton acted as referee,, and
he, as usual, gave satisfaction. The
soldle; boys at the different camps
swear by the genial Mike, and he
Is 'recognized as the proper man to
take third place In any ring.
The theater at Lellehua is 'a fine
place, and besides moving-picture
shows, the boys have all kinds of
music-hall stunts at times, and all
themen take the greatest Interest
tf the proceedings. Hobble Way,
he well-known comedian, has, been
working at Lellehua, and his expert
adVlce Is always sought whenever,
any performances are planned.
Marlowe was much disappointed
over trie outcome of last night's
fight, and as soon as his arm, Is well
again jie will have another gp at
McFadden. The Fifth swear by
their man, and another meeting,
with both men In proper condition,
should be a very Interesting event.
On Sunday morning next Comma?
dqre Jaeger win taxe a party aownio
Pearl Harbor, on'' his beautiful yacht
the alanianu II and .the nfflclals.bf the
yacht ctyb will BOl'oct coiir8e,e.(for(1,thd
races mat are to ue nuneUiQrt-uiiflun-dajf,"M,u'rch
a a n ,,
. Fort Shatter took a hitch at them
selves yesterday, and. getting going
nroncrlY. best tho Marines by a score
or i to I. Hiiauer scored in me nrsi
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sixth, and seventh innings, while the
Marines mado tticlr solitary run In the
the city havo donated articles ot use,
and there are many more people who
will encourage athletics by offering
nrlios within the next week or so,
Refreshment 'stations are being
arranged for, and It will be fixed sa
that there will be no long dry stages
Kb last yeur. The roads are report
ed to be'ln good shnpe, and the win
ner, should beat tho record for the
uwnim (in aoB wm '
Shcoiin Will Be Done Over .Known
and Unknown Angles t Ten
Birds at Each Trap..
On Wednesday 'next the weekly
cup series of ..the Hawaiian Oun
Club will be started up, 'and the af
fair wi;j tske Ihevform of a corabl
natlon, shoot' over the Leggott trap
of unknown atigles, nnd.the old trap
at 'known angles,, Tnls cinnblnatljin
Idea will give the lesser lights amb'pg
.the nicmbers a'chance o( .winning
out -In the competition.
Ten! birds Will be shot nt.nt both
traps', and the dotal will count' In
the one shoot: 'Many of the gunners
are good safe shots at known an
gles, but seem to fall down at Un
known angles.' By having the shoot
arranged so that both traps will be
used, there Is more Interest Instilled
Into the affair,, and. the result should
be n close finish. .
The Leggett trap Is doing great
work and it Is capable of throwing
out' the clay birds at a fast rate of
speed. The trap was a long time
coming from the Coast, but It Is fi
nally ln commission and doing just
the' work that Its makers claimed It
Harvey Is shooting In great form
at present, and seems to have all tho
scratch shoots at h's mercy; In fact,
ho Is 'hard to beat In the handicaps
as long as they are no absolutely
beyond his power to capture.
UiEWl MICH m
Riders Decide to Drop Idea Two
Bicycle Races Will Be Bun
At the meeting of motor-cyclists
Which was held last 'night at C- ,F.
Chllllngworth's office, It was decided
to drop the motor-cycle race idea
for Marathon day and. to have two
ordltiaryblcycle races Instead.
This decision was come to on ac-'
count of the' difference in the h. p.
ot the machines entered, and also
because of the short distance to be
covered. It was thought that It
would ..be better to arrange some
races later on and that a real en
durance event would be attractive.
Some, fifteen motor-cyclists attend;
ed the meeting and keen Interest
was snown.in tne. matter a leiienua
was' HpfttWdTSyTi cou'pfe, of' en
thusiastic, motorcyclists; and he
whole matter was threshed out at
, Two bicycle' races for men of dif
ferent' .iages will bo pulled off.. and
one wljlljeJor boys under eighteen
years of age, and the other for
youths of"- over that' age. From
eighteen to eighty Is the prescribed
age, and a strict line will be drawn
at the tatter limit.
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' SOME GOOD BALL. '
Dall gsmes are won and lost in
many 'peculiar ways, declares Jlllly
Evans, tho American lea'kue umpire.
Often a, pitcher goes Into a game
wun everyming ai nis cemmana am
is batted .all over-the field. A few
days later the same pitcher may be
selected to work and, In the language
of the diamond have "nothing," yet
no ftiur'BH VKy viviury.
"remaps no person is Deuer aoie
to Judge a "Ditcher's work than the
catcher and umpire," says Evans. "1
have often marveled at the way some
pitcher would get away with a shut
out g'sme(wlth. a very limited assort-
mam or curves ana speea, ana nave
been equally astonished at the way
the opposing pitcher, who appeared
to have everything, would be hit.
''Through little breaks In luck each
team acquired a run early In the
game. When Washington went to
bat for the last half of the eighth
Inning Joss was going so good It
seemed as l( the contest would sure
ly go Into extra Innings.
"The first man up hit a little fly
to center field that under ordinary
conditions would havo been the easi
est kind of a chance for Elmer
Flick, who waa ulavlne the nosltlon.
It was the first game of a double,
header and the sun -was directly In
the center fielder's eyes. Elmec tost
the pop fly entirely, and the batter
made two bases, The next man sac
rlficed, while th,e following one sent
a long fly to the outfield, on which
the runnerl Scored. .Cleveland failed'
to scoro In the ninth and the game
was over. .
"According to fhr clever pitcher
ot the Drowns, he' can't ftecnll ever
having beaten the Tigers, although
he refuses' to admit' that he never
turned the trick. For seven Innings
last summer It really looked as If
he might do the seemingly impossi
ble Uut that's neither here nor'
there, so here Is the story:
"On the morning ot Labor day, last
summer, Petty was selected to work
against Summers. In tho second Inn
ing the Browns, by a wonderful exhi
bition' of slugging, piled up seven
runs, and in the next Inning added
another. With, an eight-run lead It
looked as If Pelfy might break Into
the game's, won column against' De
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