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EVENINQ" BULLETIN, HONOLULU, Ti IT., THUTISDAT, MATl. 17. 1910.
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hi the dale of any
'FRISCO WANTS TO
SEE THE START
Thirty Minutes Per Foot Will Be
Handicap Adopted Crew of
Local Yachts to Be Amateur.
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This Laundry has built up a well-deserved reputation
for the careful handling of the daintiest fabrics, either in
washing, dyeing or drv cleaning.
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MANY ENTRIES IN
FOR BIG RACE
Oames to Start May 1 and Run On, vUUUCl I
Till End of September Ewa , .,, ..
Loses Georec Clark I For thc benefit of tourists and
Loses ueorge tiarn. otheM( hc KAAIIUMAHU SOCIETY
On May 1 the I'lnntntlon league by rcauest will repeat its plav
will start operations, anil from then of last October by giving another
on to September 25, there will bo performance, with better and im
.urnies played eveiy Sunday. The proved facilities, on
iiwa team will be without the ser- j
vice of their crack pitcher, tleorgo ,
Clark. Thn clever oung ball-toss-er
Is now employed in the city, urirl ,
may not be sceii-vOii thu diamond!
again. Clark wns a really good i
pitcher, and besides playing for the
I'lnntntlon team last Benson, he did !
excellent work for the Knllhls In
the ouhu series ot the Athletic jjo efforts will be spared to make
''or- them Society Events.
The iMnntatlon league cniiird Usual Prices of Admission $1, 75c.
some excitement Inst year, and the j nn(j gQCi
game they played nt the close of the xickets arc now for sale from the
season ut the Athletic rarK was at- members and at Berr-strom's.
'Hawaiian Opera' House
lted to send it
tents which tt
it they may ho getiln;; up, for In- tt
tt sertlou under the i bove head, tt
tt Address nil comnii ilcatlons to tt
tt tho Sporting Editor,
tt ATHLETIC I'AKK. tt
tt March 20 Diamond Heads vs. tt
tt J. A. C. i
March 27-Dlamond Heads vs. J. tl wa ,.Waiftlua Hoe., h in QooA
,, Al m .taiiv i.nAniiH. fm d Training -Hard for
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-' " jj ANTONE KA00 TO BE
ONE OF THE RUNNERS
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
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Don't Let One Escape
The SHAD we received by the Alameda
are fat and tastey. The other fish and
poultry are what you have craved.
I TELEPHONE 45 W. F. HEILBRON, Prop.
It has been decided that the Ha
waii will be sailed by amateur snll
ors, nnd that n captain be selected
In the near future. There Is not
much doubt as to who the fortunate
Individual will be, and a better mnn
could not be obtained for the job.
A regular mariner will be asked
io go along with the crew, nnd he
should be of great help to the ama
teurs. The handicaps for this year 8
race will be the same as for Inst,
and Commodore Wilder has recom
mended that thirty minutes a foot
for the full distance be adopted.
The S. V. Chronicle Is giving
much space to the transpacific race
und the following remarks with ref
erence to the starting point on the
Coast will be read with Interest:
Though the proposed. race, to. llo-
nbIuluv1i"stlll'''Bo"me months away,
the local yachting enthusiasts are
showing considerable Interest In It
at present. The story published In
the Chronicle during the week has
Btlrrcd up the yachtsmen, and every
effort wilt be made to have the rnce
start here Instend ot San Pedro, as
In the past.
The amateur tars around the bay
feel that they have the right to as
sume tho management from this
and. It was originally agreed that
the race should start from here In
1906, but the fire made this Impos
sible, nnd the South Coast Yncht
Club stepped In und agreed to han
dle the race. Now the Northern
California clubs want a chance at
It. They do not say that they want
to handle the raco every yenr, but
they at least want to alternate with
the South Const Yacht Club In hav
ing the start In Northern and South
There Is every reason why the
clubs hercuboulH should have some
thing to say in regard to tho mat
ter. First and foremost. It Is thc
fact that there are so many more
clubs about the bay hero from which
to draw entries than there are in
the south. Then, too, the course Is
a more favorable one from thu local
bay to Honolulu than from San Pe
dro. If the race should sturt from
the bay here, It is not .unlikely that
home ot the Northwestern clubs
might be Induced to enter n boat or
two. The l.urllno would bo u like
ly starter, even though her owner,
ex-Commodore Sinclair, might not
be able to make the trip. Such
achts as the Aggie and Marlon
could no doubt be Induced to start,
us well as a number of others. There
Is considerable expense attached to
a race ot this kind, but there would
be no difficulty for the local clubs
to arrange that matter In so far as
this end Is concerned. The South
CoaBt Club will no doubt make a
hard fight to have the race start
from San Pedro again this year, but
the local clubs appear to navo an
equal chance of bringing It here.
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B0TS AND DASHES.
ti April 2 Marines vs. N,
tt Cavulry vs. Inrantry
tt PLANTATION LEAGUE,
tt May 1 Ewa vs. Walaliu,
ti May 1 Alea ts. Walpahu.
tt ATHLETIC I'AKK.
tt Mnich ID International Series.
tt PEARL HAHIIOH
Autone Kaoo has entered for the
" Marathon race 'of April 3, and nil
jj doubts about his competing In the
H event have been set nt rest. The
m old "Waluluu Horse" is doing steady
J work over long dlstunces, nnd Is nl-
jj most rendy to run today. He will,
m with a couple ot weeks' more train
it March 20-BDlllnB nnd "uowlng N '" .J" nt ,0 ruu, frr hls "'' a,
tt April 3 Haleiwa Annual Itaca
ti April 3 nicycle Ila'ces.
tt Y. M. C. A
jj It will be n very fleet man who will
It extend the champion over tho long
K Juurney to Haleiwa.
tt Nigel Jackson U running better
ti than ever, and he Is improving every
fc day. His stride has been lengthen-
tt Maich 17Hlgh School Tonrna- tt cd n lot, nnd tho gamo little ped I
K meut. i ' making fast timo ovor iwcuiy-miie
tt Track Meet. tJiuiis uvery day. K. Enos Is another
tt March IB AH School Sports. tt' hue runner who will make most ot
it April 9 Y. M. C. A, al Boys' tt the Marathon men set a sharp pace
.light through t!iehole1'jouruey.
it, Kleld. . wU
SX Trail Shootlrov - tt
tt March 23 Weekly Cup. tt
ti Horst haclng. ' M
tt WAII.UKU. 1
tt July-4--Inter-Island meet.
tt Trans Pacific Yacht Rao. tt
tt July 4 Start from 8sn Francisco, tt
it World's Championship Fight, ti
tt July 4 James Jeffries vs. Jack tt
ti Johnson. it
lilvrla .irrtd nrn ftnllirr 1,1 lin ftfllialll
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us good as thc foot event. I here
will bo two c)clo races, and the first
ulll be for j out lis of under eighteen
jears; the second event Is for those
or over eighteen years. Tho prizes
will bo liberal, und the list Is grow
ing longer every day. Yesterday the
following were added: T. II. Davlca
Champion Breaks Possible Number & Co., one safety razor. Mike Puton,
Cf Clays Twenty Out ot Twen- 5 worth so... f.ed Mnklno, one hot
domes Is also running In fine
style, and those who know what the
young fellow can do are predicting
that he will be In the first night al
the finish. Gomes U doing his
training out toward thc Pall, and
he gets over the ground In 'ant
All the arrangements are about
complete for the thrco races, and the
HH WIHS (I'JI in
WEEKLY (IIP S
ty Is Record.
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prompt delivery, by ordering from the
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u Office Queen St., next to Inter-Island Offices Tel. 281
Dick Sullivan Is having n good
time nt the Volcano House, where
he Is resting after a year's hurd
work. Dick sends a postal card to
the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n, and makes tho
statement that ho has gained ten
pounds In weight, and that he
thinks he will be heavy enough tfl
challenge tho winner of the Jeffries
Johnson fight before long.
Tho tug-of-war rules as publlshod
In the II ti 1 1 e 1 1 n havo been fu
vornbly received, and all tho con
testants ure pleased with tho clear
way In which tho rules settle all
On March 30 the Pacific Coast
llaseball League will start its sched
ule, and I'ortlund, Sacramento, Oak
land, Sun Fiaticlsca, Los Angelct
lly grassing all his birds, both nt
known nnd unknown angles, J. W.
Harvey once more showed his abil
ity with the gun yesterday, nnd cap
tured tho weekly shoot of the lln
wall dun Club.
Tho shoot was n combination one,
and ton birds ut known nnd ten nt
unknown nngles hud to be pulled on.
Harvey did borne fine, crisp tlu.otliiK.
nnd he seemed cqunlly nt homo at
either trap. He "klllod" the possi
ble number, nnd has seldom shown
as Ijillllatif form as ho did yesterday.
Tho shoot started over the Leg-
gott trap, and thu unknown angles
did not seem to worry thegunners
much; In fact, mnny of tho men ap
peared more nt home shooting at un
known angles than nt tho known.
I, Spnldlng wns the runner-up In
the weekly cup, nnd he accounted
tor sixteen out of twenty. Ho
brought down the same number,
viz., eight, nt both tlaps. The cup
shoot will he continued weekly, and
us the members get Into form.
Champion Harvey will have to keep
up his very best figures to win out.
Austin, another fine shot, will be
getting Into tho game soon, and then
thera will bo some competitions
worth going miles to see. The of
ficial scores jesterday were as fol
lows: J. W. Harvey Unknown angles,
10; known angles, 10; total, 20;
II, I). Ilowen Unknown angles,
7; known angles, 5; total, lt2j pos
N, Hobo Unknown angles 10;
known tingles, 8; total, 18; pos
1. Spalding Unknown angles, S;
known nngles, 8; total, 10; possi
O. White Unknown tingles, R;
known nngles, -5; total, 10; possi
Major Long Unknown nngles, 5;
known angles, 8; total, 13; pos
tie best perfume; Adturtlser, sit
mouths' subscription; Itegal Shou
Stoio, one pair shoes; Units Warren,
one pair $5 shoes.
Thc runners will bo taken care ot
at Halolwa Hotel, and a cottage will
be provided for them to batho and
dress In. Iteturn tickets will be
given all the peds nnd they can
come home In comfort on the trntu.
The entries so far for tho Mara
thon nnd two bicycle races are ns
Mnrutlion P. Enos, George Kna
tended by nil the "farmers" afOahu.
The managers of tho big estates all
used to roll up to see their repre
sentatives at work, and the fnns ot
all nationalities woke things up In
style. Tho schedule at games for
the coming season Is ns follows:
May 1 Ewa vs. Walnlun, ot
Ewa; Alen vs. Walpahu, at Wal
pahu. May S Walanne vs. Wnlalun, at
Wnlaluu; Ewa vs. Alea, at Alea.
May IB Wulpahu vs. Kwa, at
Ewa; YYulalua vs. Alea, nt Alea.
May 22 Walanae . Ewa, at
Walanae; Waialuu vs. Walpahu, at
May 29 Wulpahu vs. Walanae,
at Walanae; Ewa vs. Walalua, at
June C Walanae vs. Alea, at
Walanae; Wnlpnhu vs. Walalua, ut
June 12 Wnlanao vs. Walpahu,
at Walpahu; Aleu b. Ewa, at Ewa.
June 19 Walpahu vs. Ewa, at
Walpahu; Walalua vs. Alea, nt Wal
alua. Juno 20 Walpahu vs. Alen, nt
Men; Kwn vs. Walanae, nt Ewn.
July 10 Wnlanao vs. Wnlalua, nt
WulanaefEwn vs. Alea, at Alea.
July 24 Ewn vb. Wnlalua, nt
Ewa; Aleu vs. Walpahu, at Wal
pahu. July 31 Walanae vs. Wnlalua, at
Walalua;, Ewa vs. Alea, at Alea. ,
AUgusf"Ti"waipahu vs. Ewa, ot
Ewa; Walalua vs. Alea, at Alea. -
August 14 'Walanae vs. Ewa, nt
Walanae; Wnlalua vs. Wulpahu, nt
August 2,1 Wnlpnhu vs. Wala
nae, at Walanae; Ewa vs. Walalua,
August 28 Wnlnnae vs. Alea, nt
Walanae; Wnlpnhu vs. Walalua, ut
Septembor 4 Wnlnnno vs. Wnl
,nhu, at Wulpahu; Alea vs. Ewa, at
September 11 Wnlpnhu vs. Ewn,
it Wnlpnhn; Walalua vs. Alea, at
September IS Wulpahu vs. Alea,
it Aleu; Ewn vs. Walanae, at Ewa.
September 25 Walanae vs. Wal
llun, nt Wnl. nae; Ewn vs. Alen, at
MEET OH SATURDAY
Secure scats at Bercstrom Music
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NEXT SATURDAY EVENING
The Henry McRae Stock
Will Offer That Sterling Comedy
Heir to the lloorah
By Paul Armstrong
IEATS on Sale at 9, a. m. today.
Prices: 75c, SOc. and 25c.
MISS EVA ALVA
Sonjc and Acrobatic Dance Artist
Returning from a Two Years' En
gagement in China and Russia
Premier Pianist of the Far East '
Fort Street Below Bcretania
WALKER & STURN Jugglers
5s., 10c, 15c.
ea. L. llosa, .Nigel jucKson, a, v.
Ornellas. O.ivld Martin, M. l'latta,
V. domes, A. Martin and Antone
Over Eighteen Years Illcycle Kace
Hurry Oilman, Henry II. Wil
liams, Joseph Ourrlero, Solomon KU
ahine, Win. O'llilen, J. K. McBn
kuma, M. L. (Ionics, Paul Kunoa,
Antone Uomes Sllva and (1. M, Ad
dison. Under Elghteon Illcycle Race
Alfred llaptlst, Harry Decker and
Many more runners and cyclist
will put In their names during the
next two weeks, und the entry lists
do not closo till two days before the
State Chamnion Beaten After Close
Match Three Sets to two is
Melville Long, the State cham
pion, was defeated yesterday after
noon in the llnulB of the men'B
championship on the Hotel Virginia
courts by Maurice McLoughlln, says
the I'nsadenn Times. It required
live of ns hard-played sets to deter
mine the final result as the tennis
enthusiasts havo witnessed this sea
son. Tho bcoies, 2-8, 2-6, 8-0, 7-8,
Kloicno Hiittnn, met dcfeM In her
match with Haiel Hotchklss. 'lhe
nnd Vernon tennis will play gumes. I b,le. 30
II. II. Odelt Unknown, angles, 0; national champion surpassed Miss
known uiiKles. 4: total. 10: po.xsl- Sutton In every point of the gnme
1 mid there was never a minute wnen
Pick of Athletes Will Compete in
Races and Field Events Rec
ords Almost Sure to Go.
On Saturday afternoon nt tho Al
exnudcr FJohl, tho mucn-italked-nf
all-school track meet will tnku
plnco, and then once nnd for nil Urn
beit present sprinters und other nth
letrs ot O.i liu schools will bo known,
illll Rice nnd McKenzie havo both
been cutting out the hundred In n
couple of ynrds outside even time,
mil It will be n trent to see the pair
sxtended to their limit. If the raci
Is n close one, nnd everything points
io that, tho ten-second mark should
be about touched, If not gotten in
Then the 220 will bo another line
race, 'and In it the samo two runners
ihuuld light It out up to the wor
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the result was In doubt. Bho won
6-9, G-2. Miss Sutton did not seem
to play with her usual vim and
Cliff Hon), the Throop youngster,
got his good and plenty In the dou
bles match with Dawson as a part
ner agulnst McLoughlln nnd Long.
They took tho count, 7-S, C-l.
In the mixed doubles, Herd mada
a better showing. Ho plajed with
May Sutton and they defeated Mrs.
Ilruco and Freeman, 0-0, 6-4, 0-1.
Hazel Hotchklss and McLoughlln
beat Kloruiico Sutton nnd Captain
Johnson, 4-t, C-.1, C-l, and will meet
May Sutton ami Herd for the cham
pionship this iifternoan.
The woman's Blugles honors will
bo determined this afternoon, when
May Sutton und llnzel Hotchklss
will hook up. This promises to bo
the hnrdest fought game ot the tour
nament, Mss Hotchklss Is playing
at top form, while Miss Sutton Is
determined to wlpu out tho memory
ut the loss of two sots to the north
erner nt the recent Corona do tournament.
Corner Nuuanu and Pauaki Streets
MISS JANE WALL
East Indian Muscle Dancer
MISS BEATTIE QALARDI
MISS ETHEL LESLIE
MOTION PICTURES i
sted. It would surprlso nobody to
sco tho Island record broken by the
winner, nnd there can bo no doubt
that the lads will put up wonderful
time oer tho eighth of a mile.
The polo vault nnd high Jump
prnmlsa to bo Interesting events, nnd
the winners, nlthough they can not
be expected to get near the heights
cleared nt the Stanford University
meet, should establish new marks
far the group.
Norton will bo on deck for his '
school, and tho man who beats him
In the half mllo will have to go
samo. Tho High School will proba
bly win the most llrst places, hut v
tho I'iiiib nnd Kums seem to have a
mortgage on tho other places In tho
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DOTS AND DASHES.
All tho Bports In town will gath
er nt Jack Scully's place today and
hear the latest light dupe and await
the cable that will tell of the Flynn
Laugford Unlit- And it's Saint Put-,
rick's Day, too. Should the negro
win,, thorn will bo something doing
mound Hotel street for sure.
The referee und sporting writer
nppenr to huo a flno scrap on their
hands, nud it may go on for some
time to coiuo.
Oeorgo Heckeit manager of the.
Trenton Club, denies that he Is signing
men and paying salaries nbovo the Trl-.
I Statu limit.
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