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INTER-LEAGUE BALL g
oi An 10 lumuKisun
DIAMOND HEADS AND
J. A. CS. TO PLAY
Fast and Exciting Ball Is Assured
Both Teams in First-Class Con
dition Fans of Both Clubs
Thero is a goneral air of' expect
ancy around the haunts of the' base
ball fans, and the long-pent-up reeling-,
ot the rooters will tomorrow
havo a chance, .to. burst out In- all
glory,, for are not the "big" league
and juniors to meet at 'last!
The Diamond Honda and Japanese
Athletics will go up against one an
other at the Athletic Park, and tho '
game snouia proviao aoout tne moat u
excitement that has been seen on a'
local dUmond for many a long day,
i;ne jewels Know what tney are
going up aealnst. and they will
strain every nerve to get tho, first
game of the serlea to their credit.
A good start Is everything, and the,
team that takes the flrstvKame wilt'
feel very cheerful over .the matter,
The series as everybody koqwaJa
iorrsha'.bW thr'ee.'out. of five games.
and should by any chance the teams
win two' games each, there will bo
great demabd for standing room at
tbepar'k when tho deciding game Is
The J. A. C. nine la as strong as
the club can turn out, and to make
things as secure as possible, there
wll be a double battery on the
ground. Olbson and Ilrito will be
kept In rcsorvejn caso Kealoha and
Itoopll fall at any critical time.
All the regular Athletic Park fans
look to the. Japanese to win from the
Diamond Heads, but the big league
supporters will not listen to that
kind ot talk. They reckon that the
Jewels, will certainly bring home tho
goods in easy fashion, and thnt the
3. A. Cs. won't know what hit 'em.
The Athletic Park diamond Is tn
good shnpe after a long spell of wet
weather, and the grandstand and
bleachers have 'ben overhauled and
fl.iod "Up generally. '
There will be a slight change In
the" prices of admission for the
Jewel-J, A. C. series, and center
grandstand seats will cost 35 cents;
side seats In the stand will be sold
at two-bits, and the bleachers can be
mounted for 1G cents.
Bert Bower will umplro the games
and that Is a guarantee that there
wit) bo no costly Incorrect decisions
given, Dower Is the champion ot
the Territory at handling the Indi
cator, and the clubs were lucky to
get blm .to accept the position. The
first game, between tho Muhocks
and Asabls, will start at 1:30, and
the big event win 'get going at 3
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Wit AND DASHES PROM
Nigel Jackson ran ln"all tho way
from Walanae last night and made
good time over the long distance. Ho
and Hayes are training together for
the Marathon raco. of April 3.;
A couple of yachts will Btart for Mo:
lokol on a flshtngbx'pedltlon this even
ing, and a doien or,, so disciples of
Isaao Walton Intend making the out
ing. The cricket club meeting will no
be held till March 18, when all the
members arc expected to turn up ami
elect officers for tho coming season.
A hill climbing contest for nntonio
biles Is on tho boards, and It may bo
brought off on Juno 11, at the big hill
near Walpahu' plantation.
The Y, M. C, A. tennlB players are
figuring on a tenuis tournament In tho
near future, and singles and double;
mny be played off.
The Marines are tnUlng.'io tho. row
Ing .game and some of tho mon aUovf
promise of turning out to bo good oirs-
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BT V. I. STEVENSON.
tt COMING EVENTS. Hi
Secretaries, and managers' of H
I it athletic clubs nro Invltaa to send' tt
ivliflrl in nenil til1"141- issuu mb
' '" t,, dates "f any events which tt
It they may. be getting up, for In- tt
tt Bcrtton under tho above head, it
i Address nil communications to tt
tt the Sporting Editor, D u 1 1 e 1 1 n. tt
tt ' Baseball:
it ATHLETIC l'AHK. it
a March 13 Diamond' Heads vs. tt
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tt March 13 Muhocks vs. Asahlsi tt
tt March 50 Dlamoml Heads vs. ft
t J.A.C. 11
tt April 2 Marines vs. N. Q. H.; U
tt Cavalry vs.,Infantry. t
.. TuB-of-War, tt
tt ATlteTlC PAltK. tt
tt March 19 International Series, tt
tt pisXnu HAnnon.
tt March 20 Sailing and lowing
jtt April 3 Halelwa Anntlal Raco.
U April 8
jt Y. M. C. A. tt
,j March H High School, Tourna- tt
if Track tyset.
April. Y. M. C. A. at
U Hold. .
March 16 WoeW Cup.
XI Herse Racing.
tt July 4 inter-Ielanihracet.
tt TrantPaolflc Y"M Race. tt
tt July 4 Start from San 'Francisco: tt
tt World's Championship Fight, tt
tt July 4 James Jeffrea vs. Jack ft
tt Jbnnson. ft
- ' SIIW IMKIT
Jolly Students Will Crack Jokes and
Sine Bones in seal rrotessionu
Up at the HlRli .School hnll this
ovenlng the. y6uiig people 'will rest
from their studies and athletic stunt?
end produce a minstrel show that
promises to bo the real thing in vaudc
, "The Jolly Students"-are the boys'
who wl!) knock tho bunch with comic,
songs and danccx. The Jokes are said,
to be all fresh arid up-to-dato; the end
men are as good as any In the city
and there will bemany a laugh before
the performance Is finished.
The stage setting Is something nev
and It would not be fair to give away
tho secret before tho audience sea it
for themselves. Mclnrny. Keklla
MaritB and Tracy will be tho end men,
and their antlcfi would make oven a
Some of tho snnBB will be: "Salome
Jackson," "I Wonder What's tho Mat
ter With My Eyes!" "Say No." etc.
otc, TlcketB may be purchased at the
door and fifty cents 'will buy ono
There will be a dance attor the show
and everybody Is Invited to attend.
' JPW'S MP
Hilo Man Was Game, and Was
Knocked Down Several Times..
The boxing tournament given at the
Armory Inst Saturday night under the
direction ot AI Wilson was on the
wholo a very successful event, and lit
thoKo who attended It came away tut
Isfled, says tho Hllo Tribune,
Tho first preliminary, between Cos
ta and Young Drown, was without u
iloulit a, lemon. It was a tort of n
rough-house scrap without the- slight
est proteose ot science, and', It was
soon stoimed by Wilson. Tho' second
preliminary, between Young Daddaky
ind Poter domed, was Interesting
through and through, and ended In a
In the main cyfnt, between Jack'
McKadden and "Kid" Itcynolds. It was
plain that McFa'ddeh .had tho1 best ot
'ho argument throughout, but the
event was still made a very Interest
lhg ono by tho pretty display of set
jnco on tho putt' of' Ite'ynolds, whose
work recolvi-d much admiration; at
though , thero was not steam r-nous
behind the puuchesto make It 'effect
Ivo. It was to Imve-'boen n' flflren
round go, but In tho fifth: McFaddcn
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FOUR TEAMS ARE
TO FIGHT IT OUT
A. K. Vierra Buy on. Proposition
Tournament Will Be Continued
for Three Weeks All Teams to
.Meet Each Other.
Now that the date for the big tug 6f
war tournament Is approaching all tho
husky aborts of the" town are siting up
the chances ot their favorite teams.
Pour crews will pull In the competition
and ibiy would all appear; to be fairly
i i The Hawaiian team Is crobably the
heaviest of the bunch but the rest run
thorn pretty close. There are' some
husky men ou tha. Marine team also
and they, .declare that 'they will pbli
all (ho rest over tho line-in turn. The
Portuguese team tears nothing and
all the members are determined to
hang on till the' cows come home.
Then the colored boys must be con
sidered, and they arc taking the prouo
sltlon .very seriously i most ot the men
have had oome experience. In tug-of-war
work, and can hold, on to-.a ropjs.for a,
onturyas long as the .other bunch
bold tight, ' s ".
A. K. Vierra Is working hard on the
prpr-osltlon,, and he will 'provide some
fine money prises (or the winners' and
other t'lace getters. The first series
of pills wll take place ori'the. ovenlng
of Saturday, March 19 and .the compo
tltlon will bo continued till every team
haa pulled against each of the others
The winners of tho greatest number!
Of pulls will' then fight It out In one
grand final struggle, that should be
the best of Its kind ever seen In this
The Athletic Park wilt, be lighted uf
ami everytblng will be as plain as day
The spectators will be able' to see ev
ery detail of the pulls, and the con
testsntssjvlll not be hampered In any
,wayby tl'' crowd which will be seate'
In tho grandstand and bleachers..
- Mnyor Fern has consented tu 'ct a'
stafier and ihe other ofT.clnls are wet'
known men. .The Hawaiian band will
be freson( during tho evening an
some extra Ifino Inspiring airs, have
boen put on Hhe program by Captain
. It Is the general opinion that sonv
of tho pulls will devolve Into lonp
drawn out struggles that may last
foe an hour or so. If the Marines anO
Hawaiian teams get prrmerly,'.Hrip''
with an .oven' strain, there will be
something well worth looking' at an
the crowd should. get worked, up In a
way that will make the neighbor?
think that All-Hawaii Is playing and
neatlng a Mainland nine,
The final details of the competition
will bo announced' In a few days am
the names of the men 'who will pull
wilt be published.
had tho Hllo man down' twice. Th
first time Reynolds took tb count
until nine, When he arose, but the
knock-out speedily followed. ,
Prior to this bout Ben de .Mclle
challenged the winner, but. as McFad
dent loft yesterday In tho Claudlne
for Honolulu, It -.seems doubtful thai
anything will como of It, at least ai
this time. h, '
A DAIJTTT TOtUT. ARTICLE.
Krery lady, who 6efree tokeev up
ter attractive appHrenei while at
tbe Theater, attwdtag Reeoptlont.
when shopping, while traveling and
on all oecaslbns should tarry In her
puree a booklet of GoursAsd'l Orien
tal Beemty Leives. This It a dainty
Ittie booklet of txqulsittly perrumed
powdered leaves, whlth are .eeetty re
noived and applied to the skin. It Is
Invaluable when the fate become
notst and flushed and It far superior
to a powder puff . as It does not sptlli
and soli the elothes.
It removes dirt, soot and grease
from the face, Imparting cool, del-
fate bloom to tbe complexion. Bent
anywhere on receipt of Fife Cents
n stamps or .coin.
P, T. Hopkins; 37 Great Jones 81,
Sometimes a fool Is known by' his
folly and sotnotlmes by the jewelry
ho wears. Dallas Nowa.' ... . ,!
NEW CHAMPION IS
TO TAKE REST
Wants 420,000 for Share if He
Fights Welsh Hester Is Think
iitg Idtr.tcr Over.
Ad Wolgast, tho sturdy little young
ster who defeated Oat Nelson and re
lieved him or his championship title,
is the sensation ot the hour among
"tho sporiB wot love a mill." Wolgast
Is wearing his newly acqulroj laurels
modestly, tho one thing ho Is Insistent
about being that the result of tho ltlcli
mond'flght was no surprise to' him.
"It was hard to mako the peoplo of
San Francisco bellovo I had a chance,
.because they had seen Nelson In all
his most famous fights and thought
him invincible," said Wolgast. "1 felt
I was his master, though. I felt that
way oven before I met him tn 1-os An
geles. The Los Angeles affair simply
convinced me. Any one who saw that
fight and tells tho truth must say that
1 beat Nelson every Inch of tho Jour
ney. I knew that In a longer fight I
would beat him more decisively and I
tried to make most-of the peoplo I met
think the name way. The odds against
me showed that the sports of San
Francisco had more pity than respect
for me, and I guess there are a good
many now wfro wish they had listened
to mo when I told them how tho thing
was coming out."
Saya Wolgast Wasn't Hurt.
Manager Tom Jones appears to be
moro. enthusiastic over Ad's victory
than the Milwaukee boy himself, and
tor that matter, -JonCs is making cer
tain claims that are somewhat prepos
terous. For one thing, he says that
Wolgast' Vras lot In danger Id the
'''Ad wasn't hurt that time He simp
ly stalled ,0 lead Nelson to bellovo- ho
was In difficulty," said Jones.
It Is a slap at the Intelligence of old
tlmo rlnggoera for Jones to talk that
way. Wolgast In all probability was
acting a llttlo carelessly when Nelson
caught him a crack on tho Jaw, but
there was nothing makebclleve about
the way -he staggered along the ropes.
A few seconds' later Wolgast was
brought to hU knees with a similar
nunch and ho wns nil at sea for r
While. , Referee Eddie Smith say's that
Walgnst wip Vidly daxed and It Is
doubtful If thero was a man In tho
arena who fill believe Jones', state
ment that tho new champion was.
merely stalling." J
Speaking for Wolgast, Jones salif
yesterday that It Wlllbtf three month!
before Wolgast will bo' soorr tn-tho
rlngSagaln. i .
Champion Wants 120,000.
"Sid Hester Is talking of .a match
between Ad and Freddie Welsh," said
Jones. "I told him that Wolgast. who
was forced to accept, what was offered'
him In tho go with Nelson, will want.
120,000 for bis share before he signs
fh WO'Sh, Hester says he will tnko
the matter under advisement. There
hat, bien no talk ot a return match
with .Selsou by any ono apart from
."oltou. If the question comes up, you
bet. Wolgast will do the dictating." .
Wolgsst ,1s besieged with offers of
theatrical work, some ot which arc ex
ceedingly tempting. The Mllwaukecau
and bis manager will remain hero tot
several days and will map out a foot
light route after canvassing the vari
ous Inducements offered. Meanwhile,
Wolgast will be seen In sparring ex
hibitions at One ot tho local show
places on Saturday and Sunday.
Ad Wolgast, accompanied by Mnn
agcr Tom Jones and Sparring Mate
Hobo Dougherty, will leavo for Kan
sas City today to appear In a bovcii
weeks' engagement at The Century
Tneatcr of that city. Wolgast will re
ceive, It Is said, a lump sum ot $10,500
tor his appearance. '
"I do not Intend to fight before noxt
September," said Wolgast last night,
"Out of course, In case, of necessity, 1
may light shortly beforo that time.
And when I do begin fighting again,
believe mo, 1 will bo open to al chal
.engors In the lightweight dlvUIon.
''Another thing. I wish to contra
dict tho report that 1 am about to bo
married. I havo no Intentions along
that line as yet. I am only twenty
on, years old, and as tho matchmak
er would say, have plenty of time
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fOUl TRACK MEETS .
FOR SfJII BOVS
JuniorAthletes Will Strive Against
One, Another at Boys' field.
During April and May the Junior
schoolboys will havo no less than
four track meets, all to themselves,
and the Y. M. C. A. authorities and
the Hoys' Field managers will be In
charge ot tho affairs.
The Hoys' Club will hold Its meet
nn two Saturdays, so that the young
athletes will not be overtaxed on
one day. J, S. Oault will manage
the meets, and tbe track wilt be put
Into good condition. The Sunday
schools will also have a meet, 'and
Mr.' Uboraole will arrange the do-
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There will be two divisions In tbe
Hoys' Club meet one for bdya ye-'
tweeu the nges ot 12 and 15, and,
the other for those betwoen 16 and
18, The winning team Ineacb com
petition will receive a banner ail!
trophy. There will be no runs over
a longer dlstanco than 440 yards; -as
It Is mt thought wtsb to mike
youngsters run half-mile or mile
All the other regular stuntsjs!(l
be pulled off, and the kids will
Instructed In all the eyenta
when th(H- iirow older thev wlll'ba -V
able to compete In, j
An exhibition ot tumbling 'will
nlso bo given by the boys" of the
clubs, and smno ot the youngsters
are said to be expert at clrcuejX
tricks, The urospecta ot the moete.)?
being largely patronised by tnefpHbf
iic iook origin, nrja-ino iuus snejgHa
nit I list n Ann slinnr . .VV
put up a fine show, .
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