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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II SATUrtlMY, AI'll. 2, 1910.
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FOR TWO DAYS
TWO GAMES TODAY
AND SAME TOMORROW
BIG EVENT WILL
HALEIWA RACE. I city lias not hurt the out-of-town tt tt tt tt M 8 H 8 It H tt tt Ji
roads any, nnd tho reports from tt 8
down tho country are encouraging. 8 COMINQ EVENTS. 8
Many nutos have heen engaged to 8 8
follow the races, nnd motor cycle. 8 Secretaries and managrrs of 8
will ho tliero by the score. Senato 8 athletic clubs nro Intltcd to send 8
BE UI1M TnlinUUnU CI'HU'B,orlh. will take the nrcsr. 8 In tho dates of any events which 8
DC Hill' lUIuUllIHill under his wing nnd tho scribes arc 8 they may ho getting up, for In-,8
sine (if having! a good time with 8 scrtlon under tho abova head. 8
Chnrllo In the "machine. 8 AddrcxK all communications to 8
The entries f6r all three races nro 8 tho Hiortlng Editor, Dill lot In. 8
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TELEPHONE 45 W. F. HEILBRON, Pron.
MANY ENTRIES FOR
ALL THE RACES,
Seventeen Starters, in Marathon-'"0'":.' ,N.'f:' v," "rT.in
ThirtyEight Cyclists Will Fatfe tttt " v D,?nV'V . s.'
Q(o,.:,t-...:n t,i ibiii I'latta. 7; . Homes, 8! A.
ukat ivfMAVUiaiuii lioiu
Leave at Mine o uiock.
Frank linos, 1; Oco. Kanea, 2; I..
Hosa, rt; Nigel Jackson, 4; A. V.
9: Antone Kaoo. 10; T. K. Wahl-
ylhako. 11; Dal Kahy, 12; Wilson
Tomorrow morning at ,7 o'clock '.oaB,e,r' 3i r0,1I,y !lnyc-' H.: J.."
tho first l.lcyclo race will start from ontal, 16; Thco. Cnbral, 10: II. M.
the O. II. & U. Honolulu depot, and ', 17.
wl.l finish at Halclwn later on. Tho .SENIOR BICYCLE,
second batch of cyclists will also Harry Ullmun, 10; Henry WII
get nway about tho samo time, and Hams. 10; Sylvester (lardla, 17; Bo'-
then at 7:30 the greuk long-dls- onion .Kuitmnc, IS; Tom O linen
tance running race to Walahm will 10; J. K. MeSakuma, 20; M.
8 ATHLETIC lAHK.
8 April .1 Diamond Heads vs. J.
8 A. Cs.
8 April 3 Mohocks vs. Asahls.
8 MIUTAIIY LEAGUE.
8 April 2 Marines v. N. CI. 11.;
8 Cavalry vs. Infantry.
8 April 9 N. (1. II. vs. Infantry.
8 April 9 Marines vb. C.iv.ilrV.
8 PLANTATION I.BAflUE.
8 May I Ewa vs. Wnlalun.
8 May 1Alda vs. Walpahu.
8 Tug of-War.
8 . ATHLETIC I'AltK.
8 April 3 International SCrlfs.
I. 8 Marathon.
8 Apill 3 Halclwa Annual Itaco.
8 April 3 Illcyclo Itaces.
8 April 3 Country Club.
8 Cricket. '
8 May 3 Opening of season.
8 April 2 Princess Illnk.
he gotten under way. I Gomes, 21; Paul Kanoa, 22; Anlnno
The distance to Halclwa Is about Ocmo Sllvn, 23j O. M. Addition. 24;
thirty miles not making any short M. Martin, 25 Sam Knkclaka, 20;
cuts and It Is hardly correct locull M. Morse. 27; Lincoln Aclilu. 28; K.
It a Marathon. However, lasr year Harono. 2: Chub. I'adcgan, 30; C.
the tltlo was given at a .time, when If. McKarlnne, 31.
It was thought that the distance by JUNIOR BICYCLE
fprt.fi .1 urnM Mtia irm lrititrat htllAU iif..l lli.lll sk- t ff .. b.. VXAAftakH
iu.,1, nnit iunw lu inoiLj-niA iiiiiu. M11MI liniUIHl, l.; Ililirj lVVRtl, .... T . t M.
Hut, no matter what the namo of the 33; Tour Hoy. 34; Anlnno Mcdel- ., . f, Y ., (, . ,1 ,
raco Is, tho fact remains that the roi, 35; John lliitellhn, 30; Joo r'cr- ,.-,,,, ' '
event Is Honolulu's annual affair, rage, 37; Alvln 8llva, 38; Katon Mn-' a ' Wrestling
and that tho groatcstlnteren is goon, 39; Eddlfe Kevcn, 40; Uulln , A 2,l0,,ur, vs. Winers,
taken In tho Halclwa "Marathon." iMurtln, 41: Isamura Kartikl. 42; Yachting '
. Seventeen runners will fucfl the eo, aallirnlth?,'4RrEddle- I'etor, j. Apr, j, Howard Cu L - ..
slartor'tomorrow- morning, nnd they 41: C. Sing Jr, 4r;,llung Chun, 46; a ' TrJ 8hollno
are the pick of the long-dlstancol Ah Kin, 47; John lenage, 48; Ju-,8 April C Wccklv Cup
men of these Islands. Last year scph aucnero, 19; IS. Cusliliighain, g ' Horse' Racliia
thurjj, woro far more starters, but 'no; Sam Mchcuhu ril; Ahoon Wong, j WAIHIKU
many' fell by the wayside. This C2. .18 July 4--lntuMsland liioet.
jcar an oi mo pens know, promisa riio juilgns nlotjjr the rourso nro jj Trins Pacific Yacht Race.
of battling It out to tho finish, and
nlthough Antono Kaoo Is looked up
on us a certain winner, tliero should
ho a great race nil the way.
Kor tho senior hlcyclo race, sev
enteen riders have also entered, nnd
tho raco promises to he n flue one.
Most of the best cyclists In tho Ter
ritory have put down their names,
and somo very fast times nro suro
to bo put up over the course.
Thoro are more entries for
Junior hlcyclo evont than for
All Kinds of Sports on Tap for Sat
urday and Sunday Rain May
Spoil Many Events.
Sporting events for today nnd to
uorrow nro as, thick as bees In a
hive, nnd what with hnschall, tug-of-war,
wrestling, boxing, running
and bicycle races, yachting, skating,
etc., etc., things are all to tho love
ly. There Is one fly In tho oint
ment, however, and that is the ralu
that will persist In falling all tha
time. It may happen that every
thing will hnve to be abandoned at
the last moment, but It Is the ear
nest wish of everybody thnt nothing
of' the, sort occurs.
This afternoon at the league
grounds, tho military series of ball
games will start up, and although
tho Iort Shatters are reported U'
havo dropped out of the games, their
place will be taken by n nine from
the Artillery". Tho gunners hnve
somo good ball players In tnclr
ranks, nnd It Is possible thnt they
will surprise the rest of tho service
tennis before the end comes.
The N. O. II. team will go up
agahiBt tho Marines this nftcrnoou,
and as tho new bunch of Harry's
Ilcauts aro far from Invinclule, a
good game should eventuate. Tho
Guards will havo lllll Hampton In
the box, aii'd If tho oldtimo twlrlcr
Is In good form tho half-wets win
wonder what they aro up against.
It the Shatters change their minds
and everybody hopes bo they will
havo to May the Fifth Cuvalry nine,
and as tho Schoflcld raon are In the
pink of condition, a lino on their
chances of winning out in tho scries
can be obtained.
On Sunday the baseball games
scheduled to take place I?) tho most
Interesting heard of for n lone, time.
Tho Japanese Athletics nmpllie Dia
mond Heads will hitch up, and It
will be their second meeting. Ed
die Fernandez Is back from Muni,
and he will resume his old pasUloh
nt nrtst. Leslie will pitch, ' aim
Thomas catch, for the,,.
Hawaiian Opera House
Friday, Saturday Evening, 'V-.rijl!
Chas lloyi's Comedy
as follows: (!. C. IIIiiiiIph, Snninion. tt July l-Btnrt from Sun FrMnclseo. 8
It. Ilerger. II. II. Chilton. IaiuIk Mn- world's Championship Fight. 8
Bonn, 1. Spalding and John Lo. Tho n juy I James Jeffries, '.vs. Jack 8
other Judges havo all heen an 8 Johnson. 8
nnunced bofore, -thoso who will ho jj jj
at tho llnlsh being V. L. Stevenson,' 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
Judge Mnhaulu, O-tcar
first nrlzo Mayor J. J. I'orn cup.
the W. W. nimond cup. .. Packard
the shoes. 13. no Hawcs-Van Clal lint.
other two. Twenty-one boys will. Second prlzoPIno suit of e'etnes
'faen tho Btnrtor. nnd It will ha In- nt Mnin.rn'. tr. .,. i.. f luptinl
iorcstlug to sco how tho Juniors com-Shoes. Third prlso Scven-dollnr "10 Il0W8
paro with tho seniors ovcrvtho long 'nrlzo clven hy Tom Bhnrn. pair Ha-
.journey. ' Iwallaii cuff buttoiiB and Hawaiian' The A'latlc
Tho Sicclar train will li-rtvo tho'coat-of-nrms stick-pin, $5 Stetson
depot at 9 o'clock, und a big crowd hnt, $S Morton shaving set.
DOTS AND DASHES.
The entertainments (hut nri
planned for the purpose of raising
money fur the fitting out of tho
yacht Hawaii are being woll worked
up. and there Is' no doubt that a
huge amount will he obtained from
Tho A tatlc baseball team got
away on tho C.audlno last evening,
I'm. rih und the boys certnlnlv looked hanny
of excurs'lunlsts Is expected to inako1 iirlzo Klve. dollar nnlr of Packard' as tho steamer pulled out. Whether
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tho trip down to Halclwa. Tha shoes, six dozen Hull ginger slo,
cost of the return ticket Is 1.70, genior Bicycle.
I'TiBt prlzo unlu medal, J. ;.
reasonable for a
hen; $5 pair of shoos, Manf.;
they felt quite as cheerful crossing
tut channel u not known,
Thu Morning Stars of Wailuku
and that Is very
fine day's outing.
Tho ladles of Walalua havo ovory pounds Kroncy randy,' Second prize have heen practising hard for tho
ming in reauinesa ror me poi mncn, one gold-plateil Gillette surety sorlcs of games with tha Honolulu
anu tno spread promises to go uown.rnzor, $3 pair shoos, six months', team, and thero should ho a great
to posterity ns tho heat evor given subscription It n 1 1 o 1 1 n. Third irtrugglo before tho matter Is do
on Oahu. Then Manager Clifford prize Two-burner1 Model gnsolliiQ. cldcd.
Kimball of Halclwn Hotel has pro cooking stove, jr. pair Ilcgul shoos,
pared to' accommodate several liunl fountain pen. Fourth prlzo Pa-J The Princess Itlnk nmnagomout lo
drcd gliosis nt lunch. A cjhargo ol nanui hat, $& meal ticket Munljattan going 'to present a cup fur a roller
$1 per head will he mndo. for a reg-jcafc. I polo tournamont, and It Is to bo
ular sit-down lunch, nnd all tho best I junior Bicvcle. hoped that the players get busy and
iiiuiBB win ub pruviui-u. iJCHiiics me t'lrst prise k. u. nan cu.p, 4 start up toon.
nyicneon iiioro win aiso no a mncu pair Regal shoes, six months' sun
counter In tho billiard room, and scrlptlon Star. Second prlzo Silver
sandwiches, bnkod beans, fruit, cof-j watch, fountain pen, four dozon mlx-
iuo ur mult win uu bujiiuiva at iiiuu'.cd soua. iniiu prize uno imir im-
MilK White Flag''
8 S0N( HITS 4f I
A Corking Cood Chbrus - ''
The Lion and the 'Mouse t
The Celebrated German Wrestler
Catch-as-Catch-Can Best Two in
Three rails For n Tursc of$S00
S BOXING BOUTS-
Of 4 and 0 Rounds
1-2 Mile Lonpr. Showin" the Great
the team will bo"'th"e VaTne lis that T.TURDAY EVE.. APRIL 2, 1910)
which played Iri tho first ganir. Prices RinRsidc Scats, $1; Re- !
Tho second game, and the '"o served Seats, 50c. ; Bleachers, 26c. i
that, a lot or people aro thinking or. . nt Fjt-.patrick'.
Is that between Harry's lleauts andlp m jotcj strcctSi i
tho New' Oi trans team. That r""" )
Is going to ho tho 'real thing In tho
way of excitement, and thero Is uu
telling in advance how It is going
The warship nine will havo their
regular pitcher In the box, nnd that
.will mako nil tho dlfforonco In tho
world to thorn. Williams will pltcn
for tho ilcauts, and that beady play
er Soarcs will catch. All tho fans
of tho city will doubtless attend at
the league grounds tomorrow, nnd a
couple of stirring games nro suro
going to be seen.
8 8 8
I i SPOUT PMltMM
As fur as can ho said at presont,
thero is no doubt of tho race coming
off. Tho rain that has fallen In thi llrownlo kodak.
The Country Club Is going to do
somo strenuous stunts In tho near
future, and a "Hoostor" day Is
wulliin curt buttons, half dozen fancy planned to tnko place soon,
llecktks, $3.rU buttle, perfume . , .
rourth prize Pair shoes. No. 2 Kvory man hits theories about
'rnltng a family beforo ho marries.
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The Two Jacks"
Two Boxing Bouts and, Good Wres
tlinir Match Hackenichmidt
Uotch Film to Be Shown.
Tonight at tho Princess Itlnk tho
much-tnlked-of wrestling match be
tween Suitor Huberts and Dettmers
will tuko place, nnd it goes without
saying that n big crowd will bo on
hand to see tho struggle Hoth the
huskies havo trained hi)rd for tho
match, and although Dettmers Is
said to bo a wonderful man on tho
mat, thero are vlenty of followors
of tho gamo who pin their faith to
Tho match will bo for the best
two out of thrco falls, nnd will ho
n I'lttch-as-catch-can affair. Vro
tllng Is n fluo spurt when properly
conducted, and us tho strangle hold
has been barred for tonight's con
test, tho match should bo devoid' ut
Borne Idea of the way In which
the world's champions wrcstlo will
bo obtained Irom the 111m of tho
llnckciischmldt-Ontch match, which
will be shown at the rink tnnlght.
Tha Dim Is about halt a mile long
and Is said to he a remarkably lino
Then two boxing bouts are tn bo
liulled on, nnd tho gcntlo pugs will
exchange, swats to tho lingo delight
of tho followers ot tho game. Bar
conl and Schutunn will stnrt tho ball
rolling, and a willing bout it should
bo. Tho bugler Is clever with tho
mitts und has a way ot boring In
and taking a chance that appeals to
Tho fcocond contest will bo bo.
tween Nolson and Miller, and an
other lively fight should evcutunto.
Nelson can light some, but ho haa
yet to go up against a first-class
man, Ha has always dono well in
the contests Jio has had, and ho Is a
square fighter right through,
Tho nrogranv at tho rink is an at
tractive one, and the lovers ot box
ing and wrestling should hnve an
nnjoyabln tltno tonight.
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