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VS NEW ORLEANS
FINE MATCH IS
Sailors Will Tackle Military Cham
pions on Sunday Two Games
on Saturday Also Biu Crowd
Uarrj'g Drama arc certainly ro
Ing (a liao a hard tlnio when tlioy
no up OKulnst tilt- New OrlcatiH
hunch ot bnll-tosscrH on Sunday aft
ernoon. Tho JacklCH me the real
thing In litiHelmll, and they prorcl
Ii jestPidny, when they whitewash
ed tho MnrlncH to tho tune or 4 to 0.
Tho nation, although they hae
h'Pn at nea for somo dnjn, showed
r.oud form, and as they are reputed
In hno defeated the West. Virgin! i .
I'.ii'ry team will liac to do strcnii
r-UH stunts to win.
It will he remembered how well
the West Virginia team plajed when
the fleet y,ub hero last, and It will
bo with a healthy regard for the
mon-of-wnrsnicn that the UoHplta!
Company iilno will step onto the
diamond on Sunday afternoon. The
tluards ure all In good shape, and
Jin he depended on to put up n
great game ugiilnst the lnlor. and
as the latter hunch of swntteis
Imagine that they are the real candy
kids on a diamond, there Is going
to he some fun for sure. Harry
won't hear of the possibility of de
feat, and he spends most of his time
at the telephone argul.'.g as to the
chances of the (iuarcls whitewashing
There will be two games of hall
on Saturday and two on Smida). To-
niPirew the Mnilnes and New Or
igins will hitch up again. Yestci-
da'H game whs only In tho way of
n piacllri affair, and the ... . fillip
will eventuate tomorrow.
Then the hctond spasm will be it
go between tho Port Shatter lad"
and tho now (liiardt nine. Tho hit
ter touni Is composed of men be
longing to the I'list In(antr), K. O.
II., and will ho the first uppcarnuto
of tho nine that Is to represent the
N. O. II. in the coming mllltarj hc
i les. This team must not ho ton
fused with tho Hospital Compunj
nine, which Is n different crowd al
together. Tho llospltul Cum pan
nlno Is the original Darrj'e Ileauts
team, and they won the military
championship last jcar.
On Sunday the flrbt game will be
between tho Marines and Shatters,
and a good, close contest It should
be, too. The Shatters are Improving
every day, and the Marinej ato too
wen Kiiuwu io neeii inmiiiuii.
As coon as the halt-wets and road
pouudoru are through with their lit
tie affair, the big game between the
New Orleans and Harry's Ileauts
will start up, and then there will be
tome Joy tor sure.
The Manoa Valley Tennis Club
has accepted tno electric lights ns
Installed by tho Hawaiian Electric
Company, and will soon start a night
touruamuQt, In which members of
the other clubs of the city will be
.Invited to take part, l'resldont Sin
glehurst, K. U. Stecre, A. M, Nowell
und II, i Ueardmoro havo been ap
pointed as a permanent committee
to attend to tho social and ton rim
moiit affairs of tho club.
The Japanese, Athletlr Club will
colebrato tho victory of their base
hall nine In the championship so .
rles of tho Oahu league, lust season,
by giving a banquet at tho Nntloy
Hall on Sunday next. A large num
ber of Invitations have been sent out
und tho fortunate persons who have
rccolved the necessary paBtshoards
will have the time of their lives,
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The nclit cruise to I'earl llaiboi
was such a success: In every (ij
that another exclusion Is ulreudj be
ing planned, and it iiih come off in
the near futuie. The club needs atl
the help it can get In order to fi
nance, the Hawaii for tho trunspa
dllr rate, and ovorvhndv should lend
a helping hand uliemtvur pnsslhln,
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tt Baseball tt
tt ATHLETIC l'AUK tt
tt Mirrh 27 Diamond" Heads vs J tt
tt A. Cb. i
tt MILITARY I.kAliUi:
St April 2 Marines is N. O
tt Cavaliy vs Infant r)
tt April 9 N. 0. II. vs. Inf-uitrv.
tt April 9 Mailnes Vil Otvalr.
tt PLANTATION (li:AOUI:.
tt May 1 Ewa vs. walalus
tt Ma 1 Aloa vs. Walpahu
tt ATHLETIC l'AUK
tt March 2i -Intel natlmiil Series
tt Apt II 1 Halelwn Annual Hace
tt Aim II 3 nicjc'o Itaccs
tt Mnicli 27 Team l'la
IS Ma 2 Opening of season
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tt Mutch 2.1 High School Totiruu- tt
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tt April 9 Y. M. C. A. al Hojh' f
tt Pleld. tt
tt Yachting. tt
tt April 3 Howard Cup. tt
tt Trap Shooting. tt
tt March 30 Weekly .Cup SS
tt Horte Racing. tt
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tt July -I lntcMshind meet tt
tt Trans Pacific Yacht Race. St
tt July 4 Start from San Pranclscii tt
tt World's Championship Fight, t.
tt July 4 James JpffrlfH vs. Jack S
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O.IHU EAd ElECTS
OFflW FOR WN
The Poitufrucse Athletic Club Joins
League and Has Entered Team
Prospects Bright (or Coming
Last night tho Oahu H.ihchall
League held Its annual mcqtliig and
tho pilnclpal business was tho elec
tion of officers for thn coming sea
son. It was a foii'gono conclusion
that tho father of Sunda) baseball
would be leelrcted president, and
the meeting unanimously voted that
Senator I'. W. Quinn should hold
down the position of president for
Them wcro several other changei.
and among them tho retirement ot
A. K. Vlcria from tho management.
Ills place will bo taken by A. Q.
Marcalllno, who will alto be treas
urer of the league The election ot
ofllcers resulted as follows:
President, II W. Qulun; vice-pres
ident, V. L. Stevenson; secretary, A.
P Akauj corrcbppndlng secretary, L
D 'I linmoiis; treasurer and manager,
A Q. Marcalllno, auditor, Isaac Ar
cla; board of appeals, Charles Chll
llngworth, John Wise, Sam Wong,
The Oihu league Is starting up
strongly thin benson, and although
the Knllhi team has dropped out, tho
Portuguese Athletic Club has coma
Into thn leagiif and thdrc are now
four a long teams In the series. Hie
Japanese Athletics, Chinese Athlet
ics, Americans aiid Portugueso teams
give tho league an International as
pect, nnd thn play should ho very
keen light thinugh the competition.
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Tho Asiatic baseball nlno that U
going to Maul on Apill 1 Is a strong
one, and tho Morning Sturs will havo
to bo In gooil trim lo have a chance
with thoin. The Honolulu bojswlll
leave town on the Claudlne, and will
play the best two out ot threo games
at Walluku to decide tho llttlo ar
gument as to which Is the bettor
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On Sunda) the Cnuntr) Club will
pull off the team tournament, anil u
large number of entiles arc expect
ed for tho competition. A bus will
run fiom the end of the Niiuauil
tai line to till clubhouse, mid I
will bo of great iniiveuleiuo to the
lipilfeis II Ih their gueslR.
FINAL BETAILS ARE
A POI LUNCH
WILL BE SERVED
Auto For Newspaper Men Big
Bunch of Excursionists Expect
ed to Make Trip Runners All
in Good Condition.
Now that the Marathon race dav
is approaching, more Intel est Is be
ing taken In the affair, and alrcad)
over body Is tull.ig of the trip
down lo Hntclwa. Too train should
be iiowdcd with a line bunch of cx-
uislonlstH, who will all have thn
time of their lives down nt the
beautiful countr resort.
The pol Hindi on tho grounds
licit the hotel Is luomli.g up as a
splendid feast, and the ladies of Wnl-
nliia are going to uphold the honor
of their district In the cooking Hue
The liinih will beerved soon after
the arrival of the exclusion train
nnd the viands will range from the
best of pol to roast sucking pig nnd
the rni est of fish. A moderate
chargo will bo made for the lnnilt,
and the proceeds will all be devoted
to the upkeep of the local henevo
Then the niiiuaccrof the Halelwa
f Intel 'ullf be' on hand' with a fine
lunch that will doubtless attract a
big ciowd to the tables. Clifford
Kimball will also piovide kankail
for the first ten men In tho Mara
thon und the first 'eight in the hi
""aII the limners arc ver fit, and
the) have trained hard for thn
event. It is thought that a larger
peiccntiigc of peds will finish the
cnuise than did last jear. The
time of lust Halelwa .Marathon will
also piobahly be improved on, und
as the weather has neen rather cool
Intel, the iiriuera should cover the
thlrt mile with greater easo than
the) did on the first occasion of a
foot I ace to tho Walaltia dlulilct,.
Senator C. V. ChUllngworth has
ver) kliidl) donated the. uso of an
automobile, foi tho press, it Hit tho
newspaper men will be able to fol
low the raco In comfort and sec all
theiu Is to bco.
'I ho prlzo list Is a long one, and
us there aro threo races to be pro
vided for, It is just as well that there
are plenty of tiophlcs. Within a day
or two tho prizes will bo divided up
and assigned to the different win
ners and pluco-getters. All of the
trophies huvc been collated by busi
ness men of the city, and the way.
they have come through shows that
bport of all kind holds a prominent
place In this community. "'"
The race will start from the0. Ht
& L. depot at 7 o'clock h morp-K
! r': iZrZ
ncrs will lie sont off by Ma) or Tern
The Ma) or has donated a fine silver
cup fur the event, and the fortunate
man who gets It will have a trophy
to be proud of.
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The following members of the
I'lrat Hospital Company .will report
at the league grounds on Sunday aft
ernoon nt 2-30 o'clock fchurp: John
Williams, Louie Soures, Jlenry ChU
llngworth, En Sue, Abraham Lot,a,
Manuel l'rcltus, John Uutler, George
Towiibcnd, Hcnr) Hiishncll, Dudle
Lemon, William Hire, Henry 'crbc
Tho occasion Is tho match with tho
Now Oi leans team, and all tho
Uuiiids had better turn out It tlioy
want to sen Honolulu win tho gamo
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This ufternoon on the Ho) a' Pleld
tho "Scrub" team of High School
athletes will hold a rogular track
meet, and the events all promise to
he close and exciting. The first rate
will he the HI0-)ard dash, und tt
will start nt 2 o'clock sharp
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The tiig-of-wur rules will bo
strictly held to tomorrow night, and
the contestants had better study the
emulations All the teams ure do
ing well in the training line, and the
pulls promise to he ver) exciting
anil long sustained
Hill I rTIIN A1S PY
.!.,Atett.il'A.i .fAWf jjtbimniiitiitltiki
On tho Hcretanla tenuis courts
)rstcrila) aftcrnooii, the Una I of the
High School singles handicap torn
nament'wns pta)id or,, und Munsar
lut showed his knowledge of th"
game b) defeating Pratt by the fill
lowing score. I,-" IO l!-l, (i-3
Tho Hist set was a hollow affair
and althoiigU the wli.uei wiislvlng
away thn big handicap of halt thlr-
t), he won as he liked. The seionil
set was rather a suiiulso, us Moti
sarrat, casing up u little and IiIMHh;
a few into tho net mil the ret
three games Half thlitv Is a hm
htart to give, and If tho giver makes
one mlstako his opponent Is iicnrl)
game light off.
However, in the third t-ct Monsir
rat niacin paid some attention to his
pla and In ought off some line shot'
Several times he appeared to have
lo3t a game, but ho would pull up
and evcntuall) take It. Ho llnalh
captured tho set to four games
With two sets to one In his favor
nnd going strung, Monsarrnt looked
all over a winner, and ho took the
fourth set to three games no Is
plajlng in fine form uowud.i)s. und
in the men's doubles that are to
start soon he, If he has n good part
ner, should tiearl) win out.
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Many Good Boxers
Differ In S ylc
Is there a recognize I school or metli
ol If boxing row. or has the guny or
the glove come to piss wheie original
Ity nnd Indivldiialllr means siiccene'
The writer Inclines to the latter view
i.1)k W, W Naught on
My icasons for asking tho Ipieslion
is that an English critic claims Hint
ritzslmmoiin Is an expert ot the Mnce
school. Sa)s the writer In rjucstloii
"English boxing reached Its npothiiMls
In Jim Mncn Mnro taught h'olev ol
Australia nil lie knew and found ly.o
nonderfiill) apt In the uHtlmlhillou of
fistic knowledge Then Pole) In Ills
turn became a ten her und front his
place In Sdnc) emanated that won
derfiil hand of Australian boxers I'll?
slmmons, Jackson. Slavln. Dnwsmi
OrllTo and others who ou-rrru Englnn
and Atiieilca and heat ever) one
against whoip the) weio pltfi'd wit)
consummate case Themi men were
true ixioiieiils of he leal I'.iullsli
j style' ot, boxlinf and uphnlileis of tin
merlcnn school would In our opinion
bo hard put to It to llud theli equal
at tho present iln) Jackson could hu
only revisit tliesi' 'glluises of the
moon,' would, w feel com lined, he
only tciO clillghlel to annul to Mr
lohnsoii's reiiil.iiuenls, Hob Pltzslm
inons In Ids prime, would havo proved
lather text hot u handful for Messrs
(angford, Ketchel and Papke; tho
unbeaten (ieoigo Dawson would bo
quite equal to holding Hattllug Nelson
at bay, whilst what Crlffo would have
done to nil tho fcutlici weights with
tho possible 'ceptloii of Dilscol! will
liardl) In" thinking uhiiiit Trulv
there, weie signs In those da) a nnd
'hey bo i u the1 tiun English st)lo
'ho old En,; Ish st)lo which koiiicj would
have us believe Is" antiquated and cm'
Thoio.ls fool fin thought licro A
fellow with a glib tongue, an active
brain and some knowledge of his sub
tct could miiko n pl.iuslhlo argum"iit
along a half dozen different lines Ho
could undertake to prove that It Isn't
so much that thn Lngllsh at) In Is an
liquated ami nut of date as that the
English rxiioiieiits of things pugilistic
arc slower thinking and slower moving
than former heroes of the Hrlllsh nnd
Australian .prize ring Ho could take
the stand that tho "Muco school" h r
been absorbed In the American school
und so revamped and Improved upm
that tt has been lost tight of almost on
ll'rely, or ho could cloud tho whole ills
- VchndmarU r
illlBulrvli lit 111 rte 1 1 n t tlint imt ! nnm.i
7.en ho instanced such capable per
formers na Jack Johnson, Stanley
Ketchel and Hattllug Nelson his posl
Hon would be a hard one to attack
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DOTS AND DASHES FROM
An Sunday next tho J A. Cs. and
Diamond Heads will pla) tho second
of 'their games on tho Athletic Park
diamond. If rain falls between now
and Sunday, the diamond may not
be In condition to play on, and in
thlit case thn game will have to bo
Tho Muhocks and Asahls will pluv
luollmliinry gamo of hall i-vcn
Sunday before tho Diamond Head
J. A C match sturts The Jiiuloit
nic playing a series nf the best three
out of live games, and they aro put
ting up a good brand of ball, too
There will be u charge of twenty
live (cuts made for reseived scats at
the league giounds on .Sunda) The
bleachers will tost ten icnts A blK
gathering nf the fans is anticipated
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The High School und Puiiiihuus
aie going to huvo u boat race in the
near future, and nlrend) two crews
are In training down nt thn Itealnnl
boat club sbc'cl
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Matinee Trices uOc, 25c.
Scils tnn be had nt llcrr;strom
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Returning from a Two Years' En
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