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Haleiwa Races on Sunday Are Going
to Be the Real Thing Special
Train for Excursionists.
Nigel Jnckson linn every right to
lio proud of the fine array of prize
for the Haleiwa race, which are on
exhibition In tin window of Mclner-
ny' hoe store on Fort street. Tho
display Is n beautiful one, and the
trophies are all well worth winning.
Medals, watches, gold and silver
safely shaving sets, silver cups anil
other articles too numerous to men
tion have been donated by the resi
dents of Honolulu.
It Is Indeed good to see the way
In which the business men and prl
trophles, and It speaks well for thu
vote Individuals came through wltli
sport-loving proportion of the com
munity. The prises are a very val
uable lot, and It Is doubtful It lit
any other city of the size of Hono
lulu any such list of beautiful ar
tides could be gathered" together
through voluntary offerings.)
Sunstor Charles' Chllllngwort't
worked hard on tho Haleiwa propo
sition, and to him must be given a
large amount of kudos also. 'The
genial "Charlie" Is always willing
to assist In any sporting project, and
ho Is for clean sport hrst, last and
all the time.
The race Itself should be a beauty,
and some twenty runners "will battle
It out ovor the long Journey.' Among
the starters will be Antone Kaoo,
the "Walalua Horse," and ho will
certainly run a great race. The
famous old wonder Is In good conul
Hon, and he Is determined to win It
possible. He will set a fust paco
from the start, and the man who
heads him at any stage, after rive
mile have been covered, should win
Then Nigel Jackson, tho winner
of three Marathon races, must be
considered In the 'matter, and as he
Is as gamo us a pebble, and never
know wheii he Is beaten, he will
certainly be around at the finish.
The New Zealander Is a fine dis
tance runner, , and It may be that ha
will add a fourth Marathon to his
Connie Hayes la another man who
must bo given a great chance In
the race, and as he mid Jackson will
probably pace one another (or the
whole distance, the little man with
the stiff leg action may get Into the
The bicycle races will provide
good sport, and it Is expected that
when the entries close, on Friday
night next, there will be at least
forty cyclists on the list. Thera
will be two events one for youths
under eighteen, and the other for
those over that age. Splendid prizes
will be given the placed men, and
there Is going to be a clipping finish
at Haleiwa for sure. The special
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BY V. L. BTKVEN80N7
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ATHLETIC PAllK. H
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tt MIMTAItY l.KAOUK. tt
tt April 2 Marines vs. N. (1. H."i tt
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ti April 9 N. O. H.'vs. Infantry. .
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H PLANTATION LEAGUE.
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tS Muy t Alca vs. Wnlpalm.
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tt April 3 International Series.
tt April 3 Ilnlehvji Annual Itace,
tt April 3 Illcycle Races.
tt April 3 Country Club.
tt May 3 Opening of season.
tt April 2 Princess llliik.
tt Track Meet.
SS April 9 Y. M. C,
A. nt llojV a
SS Roller Polo.
St March 30 Princess Itlnk.
tt April 2 Huberts vs. Dettniers.
tt April. 3 Hunru"d.iip,
tt .. Trap Bhootirg.
tt March 30 Woekly Cup.
tt Horse Racing.
a July 4 Inter-Inland moot.
a Trins Pacific Yacht Race.
a July t Start from San Krunclsco. a
a World's Championship Floht. ti
a July 4 James Jeffries vs. Jack t
a Johnson. a
attaaattaaa tt-tt a a a tt a a
train will bo made up tor three hun
dred passengers, nud that number
of tickets will only bo sold.
OHAM) HII1IW Bill
Pint Hospital Co., N. G. H in
Charge of Fourth Annual Hod
All Branchei of Service Will
All the preparations are tinder
way for the grand military ball
which is to be given at the Hawai
ian Hotel next Saturday night, and
Sergeant Harry and his company ot
"doctors'1 will give their guests tho
tlmo of their lives when tho' band
begins to play.
The First Hospital Co. baseball
team won the championship of the
military series last year, and they
are the bunch that will preside at
thu dance on Saturday night, Tho
Hawaiian band will be on hand, and
Captain Merger has arranged a lino
program of dance music that wilt
make even a wooden-legged man get
up on the lloor. There- will be rep
resentatives from Loilehua, Fort
Shatter, Fort Kuger, Fort De Hussy,
Camp Very and the N. 0. 11. at the
ball, and the affair should be a very
SECOND SERIES OF
PULLS ON SATURDAY
All Teams Are Training Hard and
Doing Afternoon Stunti Ha
waiians and Portuguese Are
If the rain clears oft nud the Ath
letic Park Is not too muddy an Sat
urday night, the second spasm In the
tug-of-war will be pulled off. Thu
teunis will change uround, and thu
Portuguese will meet the Marines,
while the Hawnllaiis will go up
ugalmit the Colored crew. These
two pulls should provide good sport.
a n (I thera will be u great struggle
beforo tho decision is given one way
or the other.
The Portuguese showed excellent
form lust Saturday night, and al
though u somewhat light team, they
yanked the Colored crew over me
lino In good shape. The Hawailans
defeated tho Marines In the first
pull, and there arc plenty ot people
who think that the natives will de
feat the Portuguese when they meet
ii week from next Saturday.
"On tlie face' of the form shown
In the preliminary pulls. It would
seem as If the final heat would pro
vide s tussle that will ko down In
the records as the best ever s'eeu In'
Metier preparations have been
unite for thu contests on Saturday
night, and there should be no long
delays. The anchor belts have been
llxed up. and there will be no kick
nbnut which end of the rupo a team
gets hold of.
The followers .of the different
teams are worked up over the tour
nament, and great interest Is being
shown In the training stunts of tho
men, Every night the crews are
haul at woik, and the united efforts
of sixteen or so ordinary men nro
concentrated on ono end of the rope
while the regular bunch holds on
the other. The anchors do very
strenuous stunts, and the . Portu
guese one In particular Is subjected
to a tough time every evening. Ho
Is a light man, but as strong as
Hercules. The efforts of seven men
lire futllo when it comes to pulling
him over the cleats.
The Colored team Is expected to
do butter next Saturday night than
they did last week, and it will not
be Manager Clumps' fault If they do
not pull their opponents over the
six feet that will mean victory.
The Hawailans are not worrying
any that can be noticed, and there I
no denying Hint they are a One lot
of huskies. They work together In
fine shape, and their captain known
a thing or two about the game. They
have a system of signals that helps
a lot, and they are very quick at
grasping an opportune moment to
gain a few Inches.
The Marines, although defeateu
last Saturday, are feeling confident
that they can win at the next at-
The Two Jacks''
Marine Boxer Has Sprained Ankle
Nelson and Miller May Fight.
Jnck Coll, the Marine middle
weight boxer, Is suffering from a
sprained ankle, and consequently
hni. been forbidden by his doctor to
attempt to do any boxii.; next Sat
uidoy night at tho Pru'-'ss Kink."
(Jo,l was anxious enough lo take on
the Fifth Cavalry champion, but
under tho circumstances will not ho
able to do so.
Howevur, Sarconl nndK Schumnii
will fight It out tor six rounds, and
It may be, that Nelson will box Mill
er or some other manaliout his
weight. Nelson la well known to
the fight fans, and has been seen
In action many times In the local
ring. His performances with 8llvn,
Tho Punchbowl Demon," will bo
remembered by all those fortunate
enough to be nt the ringside. Nel
son was willing enough to fight und
did his share of the work, but the
other gentle pug was not having
anything In the stoush line, and the
contest resolved Itself Into a Mara
thon race, with "The Demon" nl
ways In the lead.
The public would like to see W'n-
hllaiit, the Hawaiian boxer. In ac
tion once more, nnd It a guod mull
could bo got to go up against him,
n very interesting bout should even
ss a a
Hawaiian m an
SHOOT AT KAKAAKO
Weekly Cup Shoot Continued This
Afternoon Harvey Has Two
Lees In for Trophy.
This afternoon at the Kakuakn
traps the weekly cup shoot will ba
brought off, and thu competition
promises to be n good one. Harvey
has already two legs In fur the cup.
and should he win out this after
noon he will become the absolute
owner of the trophy.
The shoot will be a combination
one ten birds at known, and teu
at unknown unities and s mosf'ot
the gunners are getting used to the
new Lcggett trap. Champion Harvey
will have to shoot in his best form
to win. However, as he has killed
the possible number In the two tlrst
shoots, the probabilities are that he
will continue In thu winning streak
and cinch the cup this afternoon.
As soon us the fato of the cup
Is decided, another competition will
be started, ami a suitable trophy
will be provided. Austin muy coma
out ot retirement, and then some
fine matches will be seen between
the best two shots In tho Islands.
Harvey and Austin rank .very high,
but the, foi mer would appear to bo
more consistent. Austin sometimes
shoots In excellent form, and nt
other time., fulls down badly. How
ever, It Is to be hoped that ho taUe.i
a hand In the weekly shoots once
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Uy the Sierra, which arrives next
PrliU'y, an answer Is expected to W.
W. Harris' letter to tho 8anta Clara
manager. Tho general Idea In sport
ing circles Is. that tho Hanta Clara
baseball nine will mako tho trlp'to Ho
nolulu for suru, and that the great In
ternational series between thu Japan
ese mid Americans will take place In
This evening at tho Princess Itlnk
tho first gumo In tho now series of thu
roller polo tournament will be pliiycd
und In It the Murines and Fort Shat
ters will meet. The game should bo a
good ono as both teams havo home ex
pel t skaters. Holler polo seems u
trifle strange title; tho giimn Is more
like hockey than an thing else,-
Dettniers and Roberts are winding
up their training stunts and both men
nre In tho pink of condition. Their
contest on Saturday night should bo
good. Harry Cobb will probably bo
rerereu ami tin Is wen versed IlKtho
art of wrestling.
Thero will bo great doings on Sat
urday licit when the Military Ilnsuball
series starts up and all tho different
brunches of tho Servlco nro much
worked up over tho proposition.
If you want to spring a joke on
your friend, bring him up to the
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