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ju BY V.!.. STEVENSON?
V. M. C. A. FIEID EVENTS
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WILDER WILL SAIL
"HAWAII" IN RALE
TOM V. KING MAKES
SPEECH -BEFORE MEETINQ ,
t: tt it tt it t: :t t: :: ninnnniuit
tt ' COMING EVENTS., tt
tt Secretaries and managers of tt
it nlh lot lo clubs nro Invited In i.cnc J!
tt In tliu dates nf any ccntK which tt
tt llicy may lie getting up, fur In- tt
tt scrtlou under (he above head, tt
tt Address nil coniimialrntlnim In tt
it I In, Hnmtlnir Kdllor. 11 n 1 1 n I I n. tl
tt , oaseball. it SANTA CLARAS SAID
ATin.irric l'AitK tt
1U Diamond Heads vk. J. tt
GREAT INTEREST IS
SHOWN IN SERIES
TO BE VERY STRONO
nicotine yesterday nftcrnoon, It. II.
Trent moved nnd J. K. Hush second-
tt A. Cb.
Money Badly Needed for Fittinc Out " """' "7 .""l' 7 rwr'
Yacht $2500 Would Do the A,,r 9N, 0i II. vs. Infantry.
Trick. I'i April U Marines vs. Cawilry.
it PLANTATION, LKAOUK.
M tlio I'mnintliAi Committee' it May 1 Kwn vh. Wnlalun.
IJf M-iv 1-Aln. u. Wnlt.nl. it
it ' Tugof-War.
it ATIILKTIH I'AIllv
cd Unit tho Promottun Commlttco jt April t Inti niuttonal Sortcrt.
heartily endorse the plan of tho Ha- it Skating Marathon.
wall Yacht Club ITi pull lift a traim- April 2.1 I'rlnci'ss.lllnk.
Pacific yacht nice In tho summer tif .: . .... . ' ...
,, , , .. , . it April 0 "lliMister" Dinner.
1910, and commends tho effort of jj A)rj ".M,,,a ia..
Iho yacht club In this mnttcr to tho jj ' crc(,e
kindly consideration and "usslstnnco ,t Mlly 30l,unB or'iensmi.
ui uio ijiiiiiiuuii. 1 jj , Fistic
T. V. King as present at yestor- ,. Ap, , McCollHigi vs.
day's meeting to give his vIowb n. j; (1..tclnia.
lo entering tho yucht Hawaii for jj ' Track Meet.
ino race. jur. iving sain; inu A,lrll !iV. M r. a .,
n The Wascdas Will Stop Over for Six
Weeks Best of Honolulu
Oahu Men- to Flay.
That the baseball fans of thin city
are going to hnvo a great time
tt' around about July next goes without
:1 s.islng. Tho International hcrloa
will utiirl mi unit urimn riT tlin lient
I'.liatl been III Honolulu should result.
; 'I be fi.intn Clara boja aro nald lo bo
,, .', men will havo to play a champion
Coll. "',,,.,- i .,r.inH ... ,uii.
playing great baseball nowadays, nnd
If Ihcy are iih much better than their
lust nine that visited Hawaii, ns
, they are rumored to bo, tho local
Slmt.Put. Hnmmer-Throw. Hlch and
Broad. Jumps, and i"oic vaun
Will ile contested.
Tomorrow afternoon at tho Hoys'
Klcld, the Y. M. C. A. Held meet
will bo pulled on", and hoiiio Inter
esting events should bo seen. Tho
first event will tako plco at two
o'clock, nnd It will bo tho hammer
throw, for which four men havo en
tered, viz.: Jay Kuhns, lleorgo IJwu
llko, John Mncaulay rtnd Charles Mr
Leod. Tho first-named Is a husky
young giant who may surprise every
body with a throw that will go near
tho present record. .
McLcod is an otdtlmcr .at (bo
game, and has tho skill Ms' well as
tho experience. Ho Is expected lolTHE BEST OF ALL
put up ii great exhibition both In
(he bnuitiier throw nnd the shot-put.
Hur tho' high Jump, six entries
have been recehed, and they arc Al.
Uclaiiux, A, K, Uirliucr, Unroll
Noll, Illcliard Denny, James Noll
nnd B. Andrews. This contest
should bo u close one, nnd It Is hard
to say In advance who will win tho
event. In tho polo vault thcro aro
threo men, and they are Harold
Nutt, A. Dclanux and II. Andrews.
Tho last-named Is expected lo go
closo to tho record established by
Hitchcock some weeks ngo. Still,
10 feet 11 1-2 Inches Is .1 big height
to tackle, and It may turn out that
tho record will Blind.
Kor tho broad Jump four entries
aro In, and tho men nro J. McCnnd-
less. It, Denny, L. Halhuten and .1.
Nott. McCnndlcss has done lino
work In former Jumping contests,
and ho should about win tho event
tomorrow. Ho uns In no form at
the Into All-School track meet at
Alexander 11 eld, mid Ills many
friends consider him tho beet nil-
round athlete In these Islands,
Olvcn flno weather tomorrow aft
ernoon, theic should bo some cxclt
lug competitions nt Iho Hoys' Field. TICKETS NOW
a tt a ,
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principal thing Is the money end or jj .'e,, t j
It. Wo hnvo tho'a88iirnnco from tho .1 Tennis tl
South Coast Yacht Club that four April in-Night Tournament (Ma- it
yaciiis win no cntcrcil from aji tt no,i Valley.)
i'ooro. wo nave wruicn letters 101 tt Yachting,
tho Coast to get San Francisco nnlju April 24 Irwin Cup.
Scnttlo. and, If posslblo, San Diego. n May 15 Cnonrr Cup
c"trl;i- - lit -.Trap-Shootlnrj.
""Last year Ban Diego entered utt' April 13 Weekly Cup.
ynciu nuineu ino winy amuii, nun h,k Morse lUci.ifl
is expected tnai they win enter an
oven better yacht this year. if wo
get theso others In, tho better It will
bo for tho race. Each ono of theso
clubs will spend money hero, as wo
aro not under any obligation to pay
"It required $2100 last year to
fit out ' tho Hawaii. Commodore
Wilder thinks It will take nt least
$2ri0u; this year, as there will bit
some entertnlnlng to do whon iho
Pacific Coast yachts roach Hawaii.'
Chairman McLean asked how
much money had been rnlscd to date,
lo which Mr. King replied that no
money had been subscribed, and that
tho yacht cjuli still owed 1000
from last year's 'fitting out or tho
Hawaii. "This Is Interest hearing
and a burden on tho club, nlthough
tho bunkH nro not 'pushing us for
"Last ,ycar we cleared up JfiOll
by our water carnival, nnd wo hnd
planned to" glvo, n scries of enter-! yacht, will nt the place well
ii WAILUKU. tt
ii July 4 Inter-Island moot. it
ii Transpacific Yacht Race.
tt July t Start trom San Kranrlsro. tl
it World's Camploni'ilp Fight. ii
it July 4 Jnnicp .lorrrlcs vs. Jack V.
tt Johnson. tl
it ii tt ti ii it ti t: n it it it tt tt tt tt n
Hawaii will have a chance of (oiu
pctlug. In conclusion, Mr. King said:
"South Coast yachtsmen nro luktiig'
much Interest. In this trnns-I'aclllc
race. It Is our Intention to havo
tho entire crcw of tho" Hawaii an
amateur one. Commodore Wilder
will go as cuptnln, A former mate
of tho schooner Marston Is now
working on the Hawaii. If wo can
keep tUat fellow on hoard It will
bo a kind of safety valvo on our nav
igation. Wo feel that Commodore
Wilder, as sailing master or the
THE DELICATE GARMENTS
that women so delight in can safely be intrusted to us.
FRENCH LAUNDRY i 258 BERETANIA ST."
J. ABADIE, Prop.
REMEMBER THE QUALITY OF. THE
SOLD AT THIS MARKET. IT IS SUPERIOR IN EVERY
RESPECT TO THAT SOLD AT OTHER SHOPS.
W. F. HEILBR0N, Proo.
talnmenls this jcar, hut owing to
tho counter attractions I nm afraid
It will tall through. I'cnplo do not
llko to go around to tho various of
fices and solicit for cionoy, Mr.
Cecil Drown has Informed us that
ho will glvo S2! towards a fund for
nttlug out the Hawaii, and It. II.
'Ah this Is inoro or. less n promo
Hon eiitcrprlsn, I reel that ho l'ro
motion Committee should assist us
to raise this fund. Tho Hawaii
Yacht Club Is composed of oung
men with limited means. Tho ma-
Joilty or the boys who will go as Iho
crow win uaerlllco much or their
Trent staled yesterday that ho would pay nnd will hnvo to defray most or
bo n willing subscriber." their own expenses."
Mr. King read a letter trom rran- it wns than that It. II. Trent
els Hay nt Los Angolcs, In which It J moved that the Promotion Commit
stntcd that he had built a CU-rnot ico lend their muinl support to this
yawl named tho WlnBton, which, he
rnce trom tho Coast to
IIo also stated that ho
it tt tt
The continued showery weat.'ier is
put up a yery liandsoino cup for tho playing havoc with tho various plans
boat making tho best time to Hono- of sports piomoters, and It Is never
lulu. This race will bo open for. known right up. to tho last mlnuto
yachts up lo 70 feet, bo that tho what Is going to happen.
gamo In order to win
Twelve men will romo down with
Manager Mcllenry, and as tho scries
will last about six weeks or mi, Ihu
threo extra players will conic In very
handy. Tho Santa Clara boys are,
of course, amateurs, "and as such can
not legally rccclvo any part of the
gale re. clots.
A lot of people linaglno that It Is
tho Kcln University team that Is go-
fifg In'sTopliVcF hore'anir ilayii' sc
lies. Tho Kclos ar, as n matter of
fact, coming this way, but only on
routo to Michigan) 'whero thoy nrn
scheduled tii play soma games. Tho
Wnscdas, on tho other hand, will
utoy over hero all July and a part
or August, and then return to Japan.
Tho Japaiicso team will not be
under very heavy oxpenso whllo In
Honolulu, as tho players will all bo
tho guests nt rrlcnds. Tho Santa
Clara boys will, however, bo put up
at ono ot the hotels.
Tho local teams will bo solcctcu
from tho -best players In tho ranks
of the Honolulu and Oahu leagues.
The first-named combination at pres
ent appears to consist of the. Dia
mond Head and St. Louis teams.
From those clubs a -strong team ajuii"
bo selected, and ono Hint Bhould liolu
any other combination safe.
Tho Oahu league can also put a
combined nlno In tho Hold (hat will
look good lo tho fans. Thero aro
tomo flno plnyers In the Oahu clubs,
ami K combination team should do
well In tho International Borles. Tho
J, A, Cs. won tho championship ol
tho Oahu league last year, and al
though thoy havo twlco been tla
feated by tho Diamond Heads during
Iho past tew weeks, thoy are Improv
ing ovcry day.
Tho tour toams that are lo play
In tho International series should be
fairly evenly matched, and somo lino
ball giimco should bo seen. All Die
fans are already talking of tho se
rlcs. although tho start Is so far
W. W. Harris Is working on the
proposition, and everything Is going
on all right, it was a happy Idea
lo Invito tho Santa Claras, and hc
visit of tho Wasedas adds to the
beauty of tho scheme.
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Open Every Afternoon nnd Evening
- FIRST ANNUAL
(20 Miles 385 Yards)
SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 23
For the McCandlcss Trophy nnd n
Handsome Gold Medal
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LEARN TO ROLLER SKATE
That a glass of beer TASTES BETTER m our
place. There's a whole lot in surroundings.
It cost something to fit up this way. but it'll pay.
Our bar is more than just popular--
It's "The Fashion
"The Two Jaoks,,J1
Fort Shaftcrs Will Play in Series
Guards Will Wear New Uni-!
forms Two Good Gumes As
Tomorrow afternoon at tho league
grounds, the. second spasm of the
military scries will bo played, mid In
it tho N. (I. II. will meet tho Fort
Shaftcrs, and the Marines wilt go
up against tho Cavalry, lloth games
piomlso to be giod ones, and It Is
pleasant to find that tho Hhaftorj
aro getting Into tho series and with
good chances or success,
A now pitcher has been uiieni til
ed at Shatter, and ho Is said tn bo
tho real thing In twlrlcrs. It Is to
bo hoped so, as everybody wants to
seo tho lurautry stick to tho compe
tition. Harry's No, 2 lleautB will appear
In tholi w uniforms tomorrow, and
tho suit. ,.ic tho real thing. Tho
overmau will make tho rest ot tho
tennis giccn with envy, and Ser
geant Harry will bo as proud as pos
sible ot his outfit.
Tho Marines aro feeling good at
present, mid they havo ono win to
their credit already. In tho light
ing I'lflli, tho half-wets will bo up
ngalnst thn real thing In triers, ami
If thoy luaiiago to dofeat thn Lcllo-
hua boys, tho competition will be
gin to look llko going- to Camp Very.
However, thcro aro many fans who
tip tho Cavalry to win out, and,
Judging from last year's perform
ance, thoy should go very closo tn
doing so. Tho first gamo tomorrow
will start at 1:30 o'clock, nnd will
be between the Ouards and Shatter.
Tho fcccond gamo will bo between tho
Murines and Cavalry, and will be
gin ut 3:30.
The lineup of Iho (luardH for to
morrow Is as follows: Mose, e.;
Dole, p.; Marcallluo, lb.; Sumner,
'.Mi,; Lemon, ss.; Klorcs, 3li,; Illce,
If.; It. Chlllliigwoilti, rf.; Kino, ct.
Three men Williams, May and
O'Sulllvan will bo on tho boticli.
it it it
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Corner Nuuanu nnd Pnuaht Streets
Vnudcvillc changes, Monday nnd
Motion-Picture cIimircs, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
MATINEE every Saturday.
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5s., 10c, 15c.
Ironmaii McCollough Is In nrltvo
training for his boxing bunt with
Coll of tho Marines, and tho fight
fans at I.ellelma nro going to havo
a great time of It on Saturday week
night. McCollough Is never eu happy
as when chaBlng around a ring after
someone It Is beldom that Mar
backs up ho Ib always boring In
and taking his punishment, In hopes
of landing a wallop that will land
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FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Sam Hop Is one ot tho best scorers
ut baseball In this country, and hla
poetry Is nlmost as good as hla rec
ords ot a game. Tho following few
lines were dashed off by Sammy on
the voyugo from Lahalna:
"Everyone came to bat
And did mako a single;
Center-field did rur. hard
For a blnglo."
On Sunday, April 17, there will bo
an nil-day shout at the Kakaako
Wine and Liauor Dealers
TIIOS. r. MOTiailE & CO.
101 and 105 King Street
traps, and a good time Is expoctcdJ
jfi 1 llll . II I I
uy an luo gunners oi uiu viuu,
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