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ONLY ONE GAME IN
MILITARY SERIES PLAYED
Cavalry Do Not Turn Up to Play the
Guards Infantry Are Doin;'
On Saturday afternoon tlio Mili
tary leagtio series ot ball games
wro tontlnilrd, mill one gamo, be
tween tlic Rlmrtcrs ui.il the, Marines,
was I'Ihjc;!. The cuiiio was tin un
interesting line, ami the- Slinftcr4j
noil ny uio iiir scoio ut IS to 3.
The, stoic tells the story pretty well
ami the exhibition was fierce.
The tccuml eamo. between Ilia N
U. II. team and the CaMilry, did notj
take pinto, its the I.ellchna ropicscn-'
Intlves Obi not put in mi appear-(
aiico. It Is to be regretted that thn
righting Klfth did nut play the
Guards, as n most exciting and cluso
gamo was anticipated when the twoi
best teams in the league met. I
. There worn few Rneetntnrit nf llin
game, and the ones that stnjed away
did nut mlvg much. It Is sad but
1 1 ii(3 that the Military league Is not
going as strong as It should, and
something should be done to tnako
all the tennis stick to tho schedule.
The Shatters linvu cumc Into the
gamo with u vengeance, and they
appear to bo plajlng tho most con
sistent ball of tho bunch.
Thcro was more fun and better
ball Inst year, when tho teams plnj
cd at Aula Park and other grounds,
than there has been at tho league
grounds this jcar.
In Saturday's gamo thq Infantry
piled up tour runs In their halt or
tho second Inning, and then, Keeping
up the good work, added two more
In tho third. Just tu sbuw there
was no III feeling, tho Shatters ton
tlmicd scoring, and three mora runs
graced their total, Nino runs tu
nothing looked pretty good to the
Shatter supporters, and tho Murines
jvero playing In. fierce form for a
team that has been together fur so
long n time. ,
Thou thore was no scoring for
threo Innings, and It seemed as If
tho run-getting stic.iU' had pinched
out. Hnwovor, th'oro was it rc-il
balloon ascension In the eighth, when
the Shatters started n waltz-mo-around
stunt,, which did nut stop
until six runs had been stored.
With tho score of IE runs to nil,
a whitc-wnsh seemed Inevitable and
everybody' thought the end had
romo. Hut In their ninth Inning
tho Mnrlnqs got going, and threo
runs wore registered by Gnw, Rat Is
I'oyton did tho twirling for tho
Marines In tho first part of the gamo,
but ho proved very costly, and In
tho fifth Inning Gibson took the
ball. The latter pitcher did all
right (or threo Innings, but then
was hit up for six runs In quick
Sinclair caught for tho half-wets
and accounted for flvo men'. It la a
pliv that old reliable Anderson Is not
tWn'larles nnd iniinnRers of
athletic cl.iln nrp In tiled to send
In lln dates uf sli) uveitis which
iln-j m iy li gelling up, fur In
M Moil under the nb'itc head
Adliexs nil toinmiliiluilloiin to
tho b'portlt-.i; editor, II ill lu tin.
April :i-I)hmond Mends a. J,
April 21 Muliocks vs. Asnhls.
April 23 Marines s. N.,0. II.
April 23 Cavalry s. Infantry.
May 1 la vs. Wnl.ilun.
May I Aloi vs. Vnl)ntiii.
July International (lames.
April 2.1 -International Scries.
AM II 23-Pllneosi Itlhk.
Ajull 21- Modal Piny
Aug. .11 i;iigiy Tournament.
M iy 3 -Opining of icnson.
April 23-Y. SI. CJ. A. nt llnjs.'
April 2I--Irwln Cii
Stay 15 Cooper Cup
Juno C Mnrfarlann Cup.
July C Sen Wren Hace.
Trap Shootl- rj. .
April 20. Weekly Cup.
J)lly I- lllti rlHlnmt.ineet
Trins Pacific Yacht nce.
July 4 Stnrt from 8 in Kinnrlsco.
World's Champlons'ilp Fight.
July 4 James .li fTrlos vs. J ick
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KAMS WIN OUT IN
JUNiQKS AND SENIORS
PALAMA MISSION ROYS
DO REAL GOOD WORK
Track Is In Good Order and Records
May Go Next Saturday at Boys'
phi) lug; he nlwn)s holds his team
together and Is Imnlii.iblo tu his
lloloun mid Slrniis funned fho (lit
tery fur the Shnftcii, and they did
well to got through the game as they
did. The unit-hit si ore was as fol
lows: Marines . . 0 0 ll n 0 0 n n 3 3
Infantry . , 0 4 2 3 0 n. 0 n I,'.
Summary -Homo run, (lungul;
three-base bits, (Jongul, filhson; two
baso hits, Congo, McCull, I.cmn,
llrndy; stolen buses, Splcer, llrady,
Straus 3, Kistler 2, Collins; double
plajs, Ilolniiu to Urndy, 2; hit by
pitcher, Splrer 2. .MiCall, l.emn,
Straus, Thompson!!! stincl. nut, by
lloloun li, (llbsoti I, Pujton 1; bases
on tailed balls, off lloloun 1, Clliwm
2; wild pltth. Po)lun; passed ball.
Sinclair; Innings pitched, Pctou 2.
fllbson 6; hits, ort I'ejton r, Olbsun
13. Umplie, Chllllngworth.
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Tho PortiigncsosA. C. Journcje'l
ilo n to Valpahu yesterday and hnml
ed the cane pi inters a packago to tho
tuiiij ut 1 to 0, Tho gamo wns much
Liijoytd and tho town team hail tho
tlmo of their lives. Tho hospitality or
Captain 1)111 Miles was much approb
ated by tho Portiigueso Club.
Jack Mtl'addcn Is working hard
on his proposed 'boxing show, and
Wali'llnnl and McColloiigh havo gone
Into strict training fur their go.
Other preliminaries will be arranged
and a good night's sport Is assured.
Down at the llojs' rich! on Sit
unlay afternoon tho different boys'
i lulls hail n track mcot, and some
good cloe races nlid field events
were witnessed. Only one thing
marred the suites,, ut the after
noun's sport, and that was the dls
(lualllh.itlon uf a runner belonging
lo tho llcrctiinl.i Mission team fur
unsiiliig In fiunt of another runner
when leis 1 li it six feet ahead or
This was hard luck fur the Mis
sion bujs, ss by tho disqualification
(it their man tboy lust fflvo very
netessary points. Still, rules nrn
made to bo observed, and as tho run
ner who trussed In front Impeded
the other ped and mado him run out
side of a third contestant, there was
only one thing to do In the matter.
Tho Kamehamelm team won out
In the Junior uveitis, and their total
wns 27 points. Tho Patntua bo)S
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inn uio iuiiuh ycry ciusc, ami ineir
total of points was 25. With a lit
tle link, tho Paluiiiiis should havo
won. Third place was taken by the
Lleretnula lads, who piled up 22
polnls In great stle. The Y. M. C
A. bunch only scored 8, and tho Ka
wal.ihao remained In tho zero elass
Tho Y. M, C. A. representatives
did nut how stajlng powers, and
tin era I uf them went to plciti lu
he preliminary heats and tould not
tnko part In the finals.
Kuni l'ong turned out lo bo n
(hampluii, nml ho won out In tho
I (Ml, 220 and llu-jnnl spilnls. Knm
('oiig has ulirlght future beforo him,
providing that, hq dues not over-do
the gamo and keeps lu toiidltlon.
Tho Mission athletes did woll lu
the trnch events on Saturday, and
thoy nro to bo congratulated on their
performances. Taking it altogeth.
cr, tho bo)s nil showed good form
and tho meet was u decided succefs.
Tho senior competition was won
by thn Kuniehanichiis also, mid the)
won out with a total of 38 points.
Paluina got Into setuiid place, and
their points amounted to 32. Tho
Y. M. C. A. men could onlj (worn
11 points, and they wcro third and
Tho track at tho l)os' Kleld Is
Improving ei cry day, and next Sat
urday It la expected that the quarter
and hair-mllo records will bo broken
fur sure. Dr. Hand reels tonlldent
that lllce can put now Unit res over
tho 140 and 220 dlstunrcs, and U ho
Is really hard pushed thelo Is no
doubt that the only Hill will , go
clouo to doing tho trick.
Tho V. A. C. team defeated tho
M. A. C. bunch ot ball-swatters jes
terd.iy at Aula Paik by a store of
12 to 8.
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Cooke nnd Cooke Win Men's Doubles
From Stccre nnd Nowcll Mrs.
Coulter and Wall Win Trom
Nowcll and Partner.
On Saturday lilcht at about mid
night the Matiu.t Valley tennis tour-J
iiument camo to an cud, and wiuia
eiy keenly-contested matches were
played durliiR tho cci:Iiik.
In tho semi (Inula of tho Ketillo
men's doubles, Htccie and Nowcll de
fented Clark mid Itlchnrils two sets
out of time 1-0, 10-8 and fi 2. Thu
first set was n surprise to ecrjone,
as tho )ouiiRCr plaers mado ocry
stroke a wlnnliiR one, and Nowcll
and Stecrc did nut have a look lu
nt any stage ot the set. Then In
the second set the older men foucht
fit nVft.v iii.liil n...1 flnnll.. iilln.
nve-all and six-all had been called,
managed to capture two games lu
succession and win 10-8. The
J utilizer plnjcrs then went ofT a lot
nnd Stccre nnd his paitner had uu
dlniculty In taking the thhd set.
In tho Duals tho Cooke brothers
showed what stcrlliiK good plajers
they are by dcfcalliiR Nowcll ami
Htecro threo sets out of flic after u
leimirkablo match. The seoro will
show what sort ot a strtiRcIa the
iimtdi wns, and tho end or the
fourth set found tho totals, as far as
names went, 27 to 2G.
In tho deciding set tho Conl.cj
rorged ahead and won out by n
store of C-3.' The full scores wore:
7-9. C-3, ll) S, -C, C-3. The play
was good all round, and the men
showed lino foim.
Tho mixed doubles finals were,
fought out by Mrs. Coulter and Wall
agalnjt Miss. Sow all and Nowcjt, und
the former pair won threo sets
straight C-I, C-l, C-2. Mrs. Coul
ler showed liot,tcr form than she did
In Hie earlier stages of tho tourna
ment, and somu of Iter strokes were
excellent. Her scivl.e wns strong,
a bo. und her placing was good.
The night Inn mimciit was real I
good all througd, and It proved that
a regular lontcst could bo run on
just as well ut night as during tho
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Crowd Expected to Attend.
Next Saturday night tho abating
Marathon rate will take placo nt
Hie Pilnecai rink, nnd an exciting
cu'iil Is anticipated. Numerous
prizes hao been donated, ami J. 1,
M( Candles has presented a beauti
ful cup which Is lo bo won three
times beforo It becomes any man's,
The r.iro will start at D o'clock
sharp, and thu following men will
cumpeto In It:
Hilton Harford (1), Chnrles I'rel
las (2), l'rank Marcus (3). U. i:.
iingfurd (I), James O'llrlen (fi),
Harry Molbum (C), Amos Peterson
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Charles Nicholas (13), Joo l'rcllas
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Corner Nuuanu und Paualtl Street
Tho Wobbly Woke, which Is Bail
ed by Hill Klnsleu, Is slipping
through tho water In gieat st)lo
nowadns, nnd tho veteran skipper
sajH that If ho tould llnd another
man like llusuii Johnson, hu would
cuter for thu trans-I'aclllc ruce.
A. M Nowcll pta)ed In nil three
matches Saturday night, being on
the court continuously from eevoti
till midnight. Had ho been frcth
for the llmils In mixed doublca, spec
tators suy ha am) Steero would havo
defeated Cooke and Cooko.
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Mrs, llthel Coulter gate a fine ex
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