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AMUSEMENTS. i '
AGAIN TONIGHT j
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HAWAII TO GET
IN UNION LINE
May Be Decided to Form Separate
Local Union Fresh Start to Be
Made by Athletes Very Prom
This uftorunon nt 5 o'clock, at
the Promotion Committee roams, a
movement will be put under foot
that will mean a lot for Hawaii for
ever more to come. The Amateur
Union will start on the road that
(pads to clean spurt, played for
port's sake, and tho professional
ai.d amateur will lie at last segre
gated and continue, as nt present,
providing good sport of all sort, lint
strictly milling themselves. Once
the-Amateur Association Is Rotten
under way, men and hoys will have
In take their cholre as to what Ha;;
they will play under in the future.
There Is going to he no semi-amateur
sport; It Is going to be one
thing- or the oth,er or else two sep
arate 111111 distinct bodies that can
no more mix in ntiy competition
than can oil and water.
And It In 'the right stand to" take,
for not only are our athletes at pres
ent liable to be put under the ban
at ntiy time by the amateur unions,
but if the association carried out Its
powers to the extteme limit, anyone
who has ever competed against the
semi-amateurs would be liable to
However, the past can nil be wip
ed out and u fresh start made with
all the available material in the Is
lands, and before long there will be
u union that wilt bo a credit to Ha
waii. Thou, inid then only, wilt
lenity atnuteur clubs and athletes
from the mainland and other parts
of the world feel perfectly confident
where they stand when competing
against our men.
That tho position of Hawaii In re
gard to amateur sport has been de
buted seriously, Is self evident to
an j one who read Major 1'elxoto's
letter to Lorrln Andtcws that w.is
published In Monday's II u I I e 1 1 n,
, Tho major goes on to say that It
might bo better for Hawaii to form
an Independent association of her
own. The idea is a good one, nml
piovldlng that the same stilct rules
and by-laws as oxlst all over the
world be applied to our local union,
It might be as well for us to run
our own affairs.
There has been good sport In
every department In tho past In
Hawaii, but It Is time to sottlo ouco
and for all where wo stund. Tho
Coast Is, through fustcr steamers,
getting closer every day. Tho
friendly visits which are now be
ing organized between Australia ami
America are suro to become very
frequent, and the opening of tho
I'unuma Canal will bring the old
world so close that visits of I'nro-
peun athletes will bo vory probable
Tho meeting this afternoon IsVo
get things sturted, and then as soon
as J.' E. Sullivan Is heard from, and
the rules, etc., obtained from him,
the local union will tako up tho
work of organizing tho Amateur
Athletic Association of Hawaii.
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NEWS NOTES FROM
Captain Harry Godfiey of the
Kam truck team won tho silver
medal presented by one of the fac
ulty for the winner of the ' most
number of points at the lute meet.
Godfrey got a well-earned fi, two
points more than any of his team
mates. He was In four events
100 ards, 220, 440 and relay, scor
ing in each hut the Inst.
Hall! Hah I Kanieliamclial lleaton
badly on the truck, but squarely and
by good men. ,
Cnpmln Whiter, military Instruc
tor1 at Kame!iameha,rhuB organized u
BY V. I. STEVENSON,
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Secretaries and managers of
athletic clubs am Invited to send
In the dates of any icnts which
they may bo gelling up, for In
sertion under the above head.
Address all commiinlcutlnun to
tho Sporting Editor, II u 1 1 o 1 1 n.
March 27 Diamond Heads s, J
April 2 Marines vs. N. O. II.;
Cavalry vs. Infantry.
April 9 N. (J. II. vs. Infantry.
April 9 Marines . Cavalr.
May 1 Ewa vs. WaUlua.
May I Alea vs. Wulpahu.
Mutch 2G International Scilcs.
April 3 Hnlelnn Annual Huce.
April 3 Illcjcle Itaccs.
Y M. C. A.
March 22 High School Tourna
ment. Track Meet.
April 9-Y. M. 0. A. at HujV
Maich 2.1 Weekly Cup.
July 4 Inter-lslaml meet.
Transpacific Yacht Race.
July 4 Sturt from Han Kraiiflscu.
World's Championship Fight.
July 4 James Jeffries s. Jack
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
The Diamond Heads .Hid J, A. Cm.
will meet on Siindu) next If tho Atli
letlr Park Is In good shape The ruin
that has fallen has made things eiy
muddy down at the Park ami unlet.
the weather clears up, then will be
nothing doing there for sumo time.
This afternoon tho weekly shoot nl
the Hawaiian Gun Club will take place
and an Interesting competition Is
looked forward to. The shoot will hi
lt combination one. and ten birds wilt
bu shot ut known, ami ten ill unknown
On Thursday evening tho O.ihu
Lengtiu will meet and pioceed to elect
officers for thu coming )ejr. Then
will bu several changes inaile, but
nothing will bu known until thu votes
are ull In. ,
Tho Honolulu Ciicket Club will start
up tho reason on tho flint Huturdu In
May, and thu opening mutch should bo
n good one.
There will bu a wren raco on April
3 and most of tho small boats aio get
ting Into flinpo for It.
Duck Ki reman, tho old big leaguer
may land thu management of tho KI
inlra Club of the Nuw York Statu Lea
gue. Freeman belongs to Albany
but lllll Clarke, another old big league
star, will allow him to go If hu guts
'TWip' flnsklpr tif Ihn Wiiutiltiplmi
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Club b,i)s that ho may not rciort for
practice mis opruiK. uewsiur may id
tiro from tho uamo to look after his
Oklahoma oil Interest.
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The Kam cudetH are now In camp
at their quarters ut Mukua, along
tho line of the Oahu railroad. The
camp hus been named In honor of
Tho Kum bo)s return from 'Camp
McCaudlesH on next Saturday morn
ing and may march through some
of tho principal streets on their re
turn. Tho Kum race track team appre
ciate theii loss In first-place points,
and, ns their captain hus, it Is a
ease of "try again next year"
semlqiuutermaster department, and
tho menu and cuisine of the cadets
will be far better than usual.
The Kam girls will go into ramp
nt Mnku.i upon the retprn there,
from of, tho Kum indets.
PRATT IN FINAL
Good Play by All the Boys in Pre
liminary Rounds Final Prom
ises to Be Exciting Mixed
Doubles Next on List.
There are n flue lot of joung nth
letes at the High School, and in all
kinds of sports they show that they
can hold their own with the best In
the Islands. Trnik meets, tenuis,
baseball and every oilier department
of athletics all arc thu name to the
lllghs. The; have ulwa)s something
going on, and they go In for what
ever It Is with a vim that Is a credit
to I hem.
Itesldis ti.ilnliig for the recent
flack meet which they won from the
Kuiiis and Puns, the Highs have Just
about Mulshed up 'a tennis tourna
ment that h.is turned out to be the
At the ptrsent time the finals
have been leaibeil, and III (hem Moll
s.iiiut and Pratt lire to meet nexi
Thursday afternoon on tho lleretnnlu
courts. MotiKutrul has u give Pratt
it handicap of luilf-thlrtyi jiud thai
is a hlg Iteway to nmkV up. How
ever. .Moiis.irrut Is a real (hip of the
old block, and It won't be from waul
of tljlng If lie goes down lli'defi-al.
The final game Is sure to nttinct
a big ciowd, and play will start at
I o'clock sharp. All or tho'teunU
enthusiasts of the school Intend roll
ing up, and the girls also arc tak
ing the greatest Interest In the pro
ceedings. The results of the tournament up
to tho final aic us follows:
II, Walker beat C. Llttlejohii, 2-li.
:'.. :; C. Dawxon beat 11. Chll
Jlugworth, fi-.l, G-.1; A. White bent
,: Hush, t',-4, fl-li M. Monsurial beat
I-:. Cardeii, b-J, 10-S; K. II. lllnti
chnid beat W. Ilarnhart, 2-V, C-l
ii-3; L. Murks won by default fium
II. Pin vis; J. Pratt beat P. Fulsum,
In the stHond round It. Wulkci
beat C. Duwson, 7-fi, G-3; Munsur
nit beat White, 7-3, 3-tl, C-4; Ulan
chiiid won by default fiom Minks.
In the seml-Diiuls Monmrrut beat
Walker, and Pratt beat lllunchatd.
The mixed doubles will bo started
up us soon us the finals of the sin
gles are finished, and some mure ex
citing tennis should be seeu. The
bojs nro tuklng tu the gamo like
Woolloy to glngerpop, und some ot
them show considerable proinlst. The
girls aic not backward, cither, and
Ihey will buck their partners up in
Then, later on the men'B doubles
aro to ha started albo, and as most
of tho samo bunch who plucd In
Iho singles will bo In the doubles,
thcio should bu some good tennis
hccn. Tho Ilcretutiiu courts have
been loaned to the High School play
ers for tho tournament, and thr
louitesy of tho club mcinbeis It
much appreciated by the scholars.
Mr lllanchard Is tho icul llvotnan
In school athletics, unci hn docs u
lot of work for his lads. He Is very
ptoud of the way thoy won out In
the truck meet lust Saturday, and
It is a treat to watch his fuce (lur
ing tho running of uny exciting
rnie. The Highs 'should have a
ground of their own, and then moro
of the bo)s would go In for truck
running and general field events.
II II It
John L, Siilllvnu has Ihn following
to say about the coming light between
J Tiles und Johnson: "I speak from
(.a I know of the gainu and I ought
to know I tried to come back, but I
couldn't I lusted 21 rounds with Jim
Corbet t mid then gave nut. It's the
wlnelug and dining that ruins tho
stomach, nod the stomach counts in n
fight. While Jeff has been Avlned und
dined llko the rest or us h will never
hn utile to do tho battles we did when
In oiii inline I have one notion of
this fight It will be the pictures that
count uud tu make theso pictures val
uable i lu white man must win You
don't HtipM)so that the spectacle of u
black innii knocking out a white man
will appeal to the uhllu folks, who mo
Iho linen who support Hie fight picture
(hows? Jnhnf-nn can never beat a
Hosnital Company Was Too Strour;
for Rest of Military Leaguers
New Team W.ill Practise on
Sergeant llnrrj Is feeling bad
over the fat I that bis ruinous Hos
pital Co. nine hn been barred fiom
pin) lug In the .Military League li
I reaks the sergml up to have in
slnrl out again, uud get u team to-t-itber
to defend the (.hainplonshl.i
villi h his Invincible "ileuuts ' won
Iluvvever, next Salliiday ut 1..1U
o'clock tbeie will tie. a gathering or
all the men of the X. (1. II. who
know the difference between a bat
and a ball, uud from their runki u
team will be tclected thai wl-l, f-jr
it starter, tackle the l'ort Shutter
The liest thirteen men will bo
picked for the X. (I. II. team, and
these fortunate Individuals will b"
In a little time provided with tile
beautiful new suits that huvo been
ordered from New York.
Lieutenant How en of tho Twenti
eth Infantry bus been uskcil to lake
Ills stlongcst nine to the league
grouniU on Saturday su that the
new bunch of Dairy's No. 2 Ileuuts
will get u proper tryout. Harry
reckons that he will put n team on
the diamond on April 2 that will
start a winning streak that will last
right through the military t-crtcs.
Colonel Jones hus appointed Ser
geant Harry manager of the N. G.
II. baseball team, and every man who
plnjs will he from one of the com
panies of the First Heglment, X. (1.
It. Harry has been over on Quar
antine Island for about two weeks,
but he came to town jesterdny and
saw a number of players who have
promised to turn out on behalf of
Hie Giiurds during the coming sea
The following players are to re
port at the league grounds on Sat
urday nt 1:30 o'clock: Hubert Chll
HngVMirth, Henry Chlllliigworth, Sam
Chlllltigworlli. William Itlce. Paul
iliirns, Mnuuel Muxes, Isaac I'lores.
C. S. Kino, II. M. Sumner. DitcHe
Lemon. George Trnsk, II. P. O'Sul
llvan, 1'i.iuk Kiilua, John Duller and
tlenige Tnniiseud. All others who
nie Interested III the Gunids' pins
perls ore also requested to attend
Hid make a slab at the game,
MEET Oil FRIDAY
'Scrub" Team From High School
Will Hold S"jtts on Boys' Field
First Event 2 o'clock.
Next l'rldii) afternoon the High
lihool will bold an lutor-rlnss truck
neel, and the bo)s who will take
,iart In It are those who did not
nuke the tclum! team. "The Scrubs,"
is the bunch Is known, nro tbnsa
ithleles who did not make n point
at the P ellmlniiry meets that were
held pi In o the big All-School
Klhhiins will be presented to the
bojs who get into any of thu first
three plates. The ofllcluls for thu
afternoon will be ull well-known
school athletes. The list is us fol
lows: Starter, William like; finish
judges, A. K. Noiton and II. Chll
llngvvorth: timekeepers, K. II. lllun
chard and Folsom; Held Judges,
Hush, McCnnillesg and Marcultlno.
The first event will start ut 2
o'clock, and nil the races and field
stunts will be brought off on titno.
Yesterday morning Mr. Scott pre
sented ribbons to HUe, McCaudless
and Norton. These should have
been presented on Saturday after the
meeting, but bettor lute than never.
Mr. Scott made nice little speeches
In nil threo young athletes, and com
plimented them on their 'grand per
formances. Tho luck of u Bultublo
ground for thu High School men to
train on was also touched upon, and
tho wIkIi vvas expressed that there
would bo one bnforu long.
Mr. Scott, in Ills speech, referred
to the three athlotcs as "our ho
mes," and whs cheorcd to the echo
for tho remark. Itlce wan culled
"tho knight of sport," McCancllcss
"the Itomuu gladiator," uud Norton
All three bojs woro loudly ap
plauded ns Ihey stepped up to tako
their ilbbons, and the wholo pro
ceedings weio veiy enthusiastic.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Tho llrookliiuds track in Kngluud
now holds most of thu world's nuto
records, the fusUst time for hulf a
mile helm; :ltn7. or 127.877 miles uu
hour. l"or one mile, II) lug stnrt, the
lecord Is :3t 035. or IH,.0l':i miles nn
hour. The record for loci mites Is
I;OG.f3.4. or 83.70 miles ail hour The
American track reeonl for one mile Is
;37 7l, or ! 1 miles an hour, made by
.Strang on a rial at Atlanta l"or 100
miles Iho lecoid Is I Si. 35.35. ot 72.1
tulles an hour niudu b Kuburtson In
ii Plat Ml at Atlanta The fustest mile
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good scupper Jeffries was a good
pgnter in ins day nut lie win not im
the man he whs sU jears, ago when
he meets Johnson next Jul)."
The Henry McRae StocK
Heir to the Hoorah
This nlav and company nrc the
talk of the town.
Hundreds were turned nwny last
Saturday evening, so order your
This play will run up to and including-
Wednesday evening. '
seats arc now selling nt UcrR-
Strom's Music Store.
Next Thursday Eve.:
IN THE BISHOP'S CARRIAGE
Prices "jc, 50c. and 15c.
Corner Nttunnu ami Pnuahi Streets
MISS BEATTIE OALAnDI
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and Acrobatic Dance Artist i
Returning from a Two Years' En
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101 and 105 King Street
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Phone Main 140
credited to any driver was made b
Mart lot In a Stanley steamer, when lit
coveied tho dlstuui'n at Ormon'd Ic
:2K 1-5 seconds. -
Since tho nbnvi! was written Old
fit Id, iih announced In )uiterda)'a sps
clul cable to the II ill In tin. cut out
the fIiiiK start ml'o tu 27 3 seconds, oi
3 5 seconds faster.
Is Kllng bigger than organized base,
ball? Can bo willfully ami wunliinl
vlolato tho niles uud ngulatlous i
I bo game and gel uwiiywlh It?
Human Derelict Killed -Kuusai
Clt). Mur ! In In Curr of Asho
vllle, X. C. nephew of former (lov
einor Kilns Curr of (hut State, will
struik by u street enr and Instant))
killed here toda) Thu )(iung mai
had been earning his living hero b)
doing chorus for housekeepers. Hi
hud been u wanderer for jours. ,
if over publish a dictionary ,wi
will define moll)coddlo as a man whoa
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Inls wife's mother. v" :pJ
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