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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU T, H., THURSDAY, MAR. 24, 1910
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Movement Will .Be Kepi Up Rules
and By-Laws to Come From the
Coast Change Will Be Diffi
cult. Although the meeting called yes
terday afternoon to discuss the am
ateur question and to talk oer the
chance of establishing either a
branch of the amateur union, or else
a separate association, hero, did
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nothing definite, n start has been
tnnde, and the matter will not bo al
lowed to drop. Owing to various
pauses several men who take the
deepest Interest In sports ot nil kinds
wete unable to be present at jester-
daj's meeting. However, tho dls-j
cusslon that took plnce enabled
those present to come to tt clearer
understanding as to where they
tand In tho matter.
Until the ruleibooks and by-laws
or the amateur union arrive from
the mainland, there Is little to be
di'iio In the matter. J. E. Sullivan.
the head of the association In the
United States, has been communl
cuted with, and there Is 'no doubt
thut certain difficulties that at pres
ent would n'ppenr to exist will be
disposed of In quick order when the
amateur "boss Is heard from.
J. W. W. Brewster Vas elected
temporary chairman nt yesterday's
meeting, and he outlined briefly
wht the object of the proposed ama
teur union was. One gentleman
spoke ou the Idea as proposed, and
said that It two teams from the Bame
club were to play any game them
would not be any Interest In the af
fair. The object of the meeting 'appears
to have been misunderstood thn
nmateur association Is not a club,
nor yet a league. It Is n goern
Ing body that exists to keep an ee
on all the amateur clubs, leagues or
any other organizations that play
games for sport's snke. me idea
that bce.iuno teams or clubs plaj
under the rules of the amateur as
sociation there would be no Interest.
In the matches, Is wrong. There Is
absolutely no connection between
the different clubs, bejond (he fact
that they are governed by the same
laws, that apply all over the civilized
world to amateur sport.
It li time for Hawaii to get Into
line and Join the amateur union,
whose strict rules are In vogue In
every country where Bport exists.
There Is no club, business about tho
movement; there will be Just the
same bunch ot athletes on hand to
play, but they will have to conform
to the rules of amateurism as re
ferring to making any profit what
soever out of the games they play.
Then we will have, clean sport, and
the teams that will In the futuro
visit Hawaii will not risk losing
caste by running up against semi-
professionals. The professionals can
have their own games, and that Is
right and proper, but the mixture
of "amateurs" and pros, will have to
stop If Hawaii is to be allowed to
Join' In any amateur sport on the
mainland, or here, with visiting
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tt ATHLETIC PAHK. It
tt Miirrh 27 Diamond Heads s. J. tt
tt A. Cs.
3 MILITARY LEAGUE, tt
tt April 2 Murines vm N. 0. 11.; tt
tt Cavalry vs. Infantry tt
tt April 9 N. O. II. vs. Infantry, tt
tt April 9 Marines vs. Cavalo. tt
tt PLANTATION LEAGUE, tt
tt May 1 Kwn vs. Walalua. tt
tt May 1 Aloa vs. Walpahu. tt
tt TuflOf-War. tt
tt ATHI.UTIC PAItK,
tt March 2i International Scries, tt
tt Marathon. tt
tt April 3 Halelwn Annual Itaco. tt
tt April 3 Illcycle Hnces. tt
tt Cricket. tt
tt May 3 Opening of season. tt
tt Handbill, if
tt Y. M. O. A f
tt Murc.li 24 High School Tourna- tt
t mull. tt
tt Track Meet.
.t April 9-Y. M. C. A. at Hoj' tt
t field. . U
tt Yachting. f
tt April 3 Howard Cup. tt
tt Trip 8hootlng. tt
tt March 30 Weokl) Cup. tt
tt Horse facing. tt
' WAH.UKU, S
tt July Inter-Island meet. tt
tt Transpacific Yacht Race. tt
tt July 4 Start from San Francisco, f.
tt World's Championship Fight. ft
tt Jul) 4 James Jeffries vs. Jack K
tt Johnxon. V
PRACTISE AT PARK
Portuguese Bunch Thinks Contest It
a Cinch for Them Colored Boys
Doing Good Work Strong An
chori for All Teams.
There was quite a crowd at Ilotio
IiiIil Athletic Park last evening watch
Ing tho Hawaiian team at practice;
six of tho regular men pulled nlno oth
ers In a tew minutes, and on testing
their nnchor, James I'olkal, six ordln
ar men could no bridge him whllo
lid sat therd nun a big stnllu on in
Up at the Portuguese headquarters
there Is very much excitement; eleven
men could not hold the regular team
and were pulled over some inches.
This shows that there nre going to be
good pulls at the Athletic Park as the
teams are all In earnest.
The colored boys were out last nlglH
and practiced secretly as they saj
titer lino a surprise In store for the
other teams; they were at the Ath
letlc Park when no one was around,
and pulled by the light of the moon
Henry Walker timed the men. They
Twenty Out of Twenty Straight Is
Winner's Rccoid Spalding Sec
ond With 17 Traps Worked
Yesterday afternoon the Huwjllnu
Oun Club held the second of Hb week
ly cup shoots, and It, like thu first
wbb won h) J V. Hnrvey who killed
all his twenty birds straight He
shot In excellent form, ami he Ii.is only
In win once more to capture the cup
The competition was n twenty-bird
combination one, anil tho first (en weru
shot nt over tho I.eggett trap, which
throws the clovs nut at unknown an
gles. The second ten "pigeons" were
thrown nt known nngles, und thu gun
ners this week did better nt Oils trap
than thy did last week.
Honey shoots from scratch, and
Spalding Is the only other man whl
yesterday shot from the same mark
Spalding nccountcd for 15 birds ns did
11. M. Whitney and Major Long.
Second place yesterday was tied for
by Hobo and H. I). Drown, who each
grassed seventeen blue rocks.' C.
White had n go at thirty birds, and
ho hit 10 six at the Loggett and four
at the other trap's. Harvey nppcars
to be invincible and although he miss
ed a few In practlso before the shoot
started, he did not make n mistake
during the cup eent. He did clean,
crisp shooting, nn,l he Is showing as
good form ns ever he did In his life
The new I.eggett trap Is doing fine
vork and It certainly throws the birds
nut nt .a great paco and at most un
expected angles. The trap was a long
time coming and for months the mem
bers of the gun club used to figure
on tho trap arriving by every steam
er on the shipping list, and time after
time they wore disappointed. How
ever, tho I.eggett is now installed nnd
tho gunners are happy at last.
As soon as the, week! cup shoot Is
pan and It would seem as "If next
Wedncsdey will ho the end nt it. Judg
Ing by tho form that lHrvey Is show
Ing a new shoot will be started an'
In It the second class idiots will hare
ii better chance of pulling off some
of the prizes.
It Is to be regretted that there n-
pears to ne very nine cnance or n
Seats can be
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divided up, and tho team pulled for
soventeen minutes; the anchor. Hay 'match with the Maul Oun Club coming
inline the trip to Honolulu, nnd In
that tase the series 'Of International
games will surely come off In July.
The Diamond Head and St. Louis
tennis wl stort the "big" league go
ing soon, and those two nines will
be In lino condition by the time the
Japanese visitors arrive. The Oaliu
I.eng'je teams will alto have had
ptenty:of practise by July next, nnd
ll.e Kelos and Santa Claras will have
to do very good work In order to
threat our home repiescntntlves.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Tho baseball team of the warship
ew Orleans will probably be ac
commodated with a couple of games
while the ship Is In port. Ser
geant Harry is alwnys willing to put
a team In the field, and there is no
doubt that the Infantry or Marines
will also be only too pleased to play
the Jackles on Saturday or- Sunday.
Tomorrow afternoon nt the llovs'
Field, the "Scrub" team of High
School athletes will have a track
meet all to themselves, and the of
ficials will be members of the school
teum. The first event starts at two
o'clock, and u regular program of
events will bt pulled off.
This afternoon, weather permit
ting, Pratt and Monsarrat will meet
in the final ot the High School ten
nis tournament. A close game Is an
ticipated, and Monsarrat, who Is giv
ing away half thirty, will have to
be In excellent form to win.
woods, held down Ave of the regular
team on a test, and they were all sat
isfied that their showing on the nights
of the pulls will do honor to tho col
Ono of tho huskies remarked last
night, "Yas, .man. It will take ten
years for any dose team to pull din
here bunch o' shines, yas, Indeed."
Alfred (tombs Is going to get some
Mgtiuls so that his men' will pull to
gether when ho signals them. OiiiiiIm
feels confident that tho colored men
nre going to muko the rest of thu
teams sit up.
Tint rorln"'e8e are putting up a
side purse of 1200, and this Is creit
Ing n lot of rivalry.
The Marines nro sawing wood un I
salng nothing, hut funny things ma;
happen noxt Saturday night.
If tho rain win only cease for n
while and allow tho Athletic Purk
ground to dry, the contest will start
on Saturday night. Further partlc
ulars will be published tomorrow and
llnal details given.
1 time dm season
off in the near future. Most of tho nc
tho members of tho Wnlluku club have
departed for the mainland, nnd not
many of the Pimnene Iiojh are doing
any trap-shooting nowadnjs. How
ever, something nny be arranged In
the way of a match, and It may bo that
a wireless competition could bo shot
off It was dono beforo and wub a
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"Howoxcr, It Is the unexpected
that makes baseball. Addlo Joss of
the Cleveland team has won und lost
many n Inuh gama In his cireur, but
It's quc8tj...ible if ho ever dropped
a harder one than he did to Wash
ington late lust summer. Joss was
opposed to Johnson, and these two
great twlrlers weie at their best.
Doth had terrific speed and u fust-
breaking curvo, which means the
batters were doing mighty little execution.
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According to W. W. Harris, both
the Kelo and Waseda universities are
rending baseball teams to the main
land. It Is, however, the Kelos that
will be cabled as soon as an answer
it, tecelved from the manager ot the
S.mtu Clara.team. Should tho Santa
Claras agree to certain propositions
th.lt 1 ave been made them by let
t-r, the Kelos will be cabled und iuk
td to stay over In Honolulu for tho
iiiomiHtd aeries of gamej between
the Oahu, Honolulu, Kelo and Santa
There appears to be very little
doubt that the Saiilu Clurus will
Tin Country Club will hold a team
imnuaniMit for club members on
Sunday next. fTho bus will run from
the end cl the Nuuanu car-line to
the clubhouse at short lutervals.
Tho annual meeting ot the Oahu
llaseball League Is scheduled for to
night, and the election ot officers and
other matters will be attended to.
The Aala Athletic Club and the
kcwalos.may Join the Oahu League
nnd thereby Introduce fresh players
Into the Athletic Park series.
Tho HnkB nt Hnlelwn are In fine
shape, and Manager Kimball reports
that some good piny has been going
on there for some timo now.
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On April 3 the Wrens will sail In tho
Howard cup race, and the small boats
are all being gotten ready for (he
eent. Some of tho wrtni, have been
painted and fitted .out' sevornl new
ones aro planned, ami the sport U rap
idly growing In favor.
Iho Hawaii Yacht Club his an
nounced a program' of oventB tor llir
present season, and trom now on til)
July there will be something lalug to
keep tho yachtsmen busy,
Thu Irwin cup will also be sal)od
for next mouth, and It. should raiie
much excitement. Then in May the
Wrens will have a race all to them-
belves and It wl be pulled off ill
Pearl Harbor on the fifteenth Ot the
month, Tho schedule for the loanou
is as follows:
Anrll .1 Howard cup, for Sea
WrcnB; In Honolulu harbor.
April 24 Irwin cup.
Muy IB Cooper cup; Spalding cup
for Sea Wrens; In Pearl Harbor.
June S Macfarlano cup; Robertson
cup for Sea Wrens; In Honolulu liar
bor. Juno 20 Clovcrnors cup; nice
around tho Uland.
July 10 Heckle) cup.
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"Miii-nthon .lack" Is going strong
mi the Hrklwu event, nnd be Is at
prevent nulling on the final details
for the big race, which coes utf 'on
Suudav week. All of the men who
have entered for tho race are In
active truliilng", and some of them
are getting over the ground In u
style flint will make the triple Mara
thon winner stretch Tils legs.
"Any team that beats -Pelty when
he is right always realizes thut It has
been In a ball game. There Is one
team that Pelty usually has been uble
to beat whether he was In prime
shape or not, while there Is another
club In the American league that
Pelty can never remember beating.
Cleveland is the club that has-nlwas
been easy for Harney, white Detroit
has been his real hoodoo.
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"Although the Tigers have alwas
been known for their ability to fin
ish strong, not even the most enthu
siastic supporter ot Jennings' trine
could see much hope for victory that
day. So when Detroit went Into the
last half of the seenth Inning with
the score stnndlng 8 to 3 against
them things looked very had tor the
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"Knowing that Detroit had alwajs
been regarded by Pelty as his Jonah
team, on his wuy back to the bench
I said to him:
" 'Well, IJaruey, it really looks as
It ou might get uway with u game
ugainst theBO fellows.'
"I wub dead In earnest, for never
did Pelty look nny better. He had
great speed nnd his dazzling curve
was breaking to perfection.
" 'I'll be uble to give you a bettor
answer nt the end of the ninth Inn
ing,' wits Durnej'n reply.
"Pelty neer got a chance to un
swer that day, for In the eighth Inn
ing the TlgPrs madu six inns, and
Harney was chased to the clubhouse.
Detroit winning 9 to 8. Pelty serv
ed the sumo speed and curves that
hod bothered the Tigers earlier in
the game, but everything looked alike
to the chumps In thut Inning, and
nothing less than u Blngle was re
garded with favor.
"Harney says he Intends to vlu a
game In l'.'in from the Tigers.
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