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WEEKLY CUP SHOOT
HARVEY AND BOBO
HAVE 'TWO LEGS IN
Competition Promises to Be Close
One All Members Shooting in
Tomorrow afternoon the weekly
cud shoot of the Hawaiian dun Club
will be continued at the Kakuako
traiis, ami us three men hate now
managed to get their names on the
trophy, the lompetltlon Is now get
J. V. Harvoy, who has twd legs
In for the cup, has only to win ones
more to make the beautiful prize his
own personal property. The cham
pion was under tho weather (or some
weeks and could not take part In
the shoot. He Is much hotter now,
however, and stauds a good chance
of making the third and last win
as far as tho present shoot Is con
8. Norton Hobo has also engraved
his nume a couplo of tlmos on th
cup, und one more victory will en
title him to Its permanent posses
sion, llobo bus been shooting In
line form for some time past, and If
In-condition tomorrow Bhould shake
things up when the clays begin to
Odell Is another shot who has won
out In one of the weekly shoots, and
It he should win once more the cup
will have three claimants who are
within 'touch of victory.
There are other possibilities In re
gard to the weekly cup shoot, and
what at first looked like a dead
sure thing for Hnney, who had two
"legs In," has now assumed a
rather open aspect, and It Is hard
to say how the final disposition of
the trophy will figure out. "
Deer lug and Spalding are two men
who at times shoot excellently, and
the latter has shown form In prac
tise shoots that, If kept up In the
cup shoots, would make, even Cham
nlon Harvey do his level best to
The shoot tomorrow will, as usual,
be over the Leggett and old traps
The L,eggett "birds" will be sprung
at unknown angles, and the other
"blue rocks" will all emerge at
known angles. Most of the gun club
members have become accustomed to
the Leggett trap now, and thoy do
Just as (food, If not better, work
there than at the known angles.
Ten birds will be shot at both
traps, and Judging from the way the
men are shooting nt present, some
records will bo broken soon. Aus
tin has not yet taken up with the
game again, but It Is rumored that
he will once again have a shot over
the traps. It he 'gets Into form
quickly there may be one more name
added to the weekly cup trophy list.
The present competition has last
ed much longer than was nt first an
ticipated, and the Interest Is being
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t Address all com umlrntlons In S
IX thu Sportlne Kdlt r. Uulletlu. M
tt Baseh ill. tt
tt ATIILETi; PARK. 't!
t April 21 Dilution I Heads vs. J. tt
t A. Cs.
tl April 24 Milhocl , vs. Asahls.
i MII.lTAItY .KAOlli:.
it April 23 Marine vs. N. O. II.
'I April 23 Cavalry! s. Infantry,
t PLANTATION I.BAOUK.
4 May 1 Ewa vs. Walnlun,
:t May 1 Alen vs. Walpahu.
tt July International (lames.
tt April 23 International Serb's.
:t Apill 23 Princess Rink.
tt April 24 MednllPJay.
ti Auk. 31 Honey Tournament,
tt May 3 Opening of season.
t Track Meet.
ti April 23 Y, M. C. A
1 April 21 Irwin Cup.
t Mny 15 Cooper Cup.
.tt June S Macfrtrlano Cup.
tt July B Sea Wren Race.
3 Trap Shooting.
tt April 20. Weekly Cup.
H Horse Kaclng. .
8 WAILUKU. tt
? July 4 Inter-lslafa meet. ti
tt Trins pacific 'Yacht Race. ti
tt July 4 Start from Snn Kranclsco. tt
tt World's Championship Fight, ti
tt July 4 James' Jeffries vs. Jack tt
tt Johnson. it
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well sustained. St 111, should Harvey
or Hobo win out tomorrow, the con
test will bo finished, ami another
shoot will bo slnrtej.
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B0TS AND DASHES.
On Sunday next tho new Kallhl
Park on Kntnehameha Fourth road
will bo ripi'ued, and tu ci'lebrato the
crnt a baseball gnme v. II bu played
between tho "Fats" (Ilepubllcans) and
tho 'Thins" (DemocnitH) of the Truth
Precinct. Fifth District. Tho Hawaii
an band will bo In attendance and n
flno program has been arranged by
C.nptnln licrgcr. Tlieru will bn a litau
after tho baseball gntno Ih flushed
and It promises to be tho best over.
Tho Yacht Night at tho Empire the
ater Is going to bo tho best ecr and
the program Is growing longer every
day. Some flno stunts aro promised,
and tho songs will bo tho rent dope.
Billy Kerr has a couplo or side split
ters on tap and his turn Bhould be u
The tug-of-war Btlll wends Its weary
way through tho sporting program
but so far the event lias proved to bo
a real hoodoo as (ar as the weather
goes, and It Is only necessary to men
tion the affair to brlhg down a deluge
Tho skating Marathon at tho l'rln-
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cess Rink Is attracting a lot -M Um- ,)0'xSg Kame. , ko (he ip becau80
sftr't XTA Brlt WW. -P . Indies of tho nen who
of spectators watching thom-for a cor- ''w " There Is no class o' athletes
talnty who can compare, with fighters as
IN TRAINING CAMP
LIKES THE SPORT AND
IS GAME TO SAY SO
Rev. P. R. Wedge Sees Barry at
Work in Training Quarters
Sums Ud Boxers as Good Bunch,
When a minister of the gospel, who
quo es from the I.alln and Hebraic
masters, lulls a fight camp, there Is
largo hope for the game of fisticuffs.
And this happened recently when Pas
tor F. II. Wedge of Omaha, Neb., took
a look nt James J. Uarrjo heavyweight
fiom Chicago, who was In training nt
tho Seal Rock In preparation for his
twcn.y-iouncl light with Jack Durns,
the Salinas heavyweight, says the Eve
ulng.Post. The Itev. K. It. Wedge Is a great
devotee of ho sport of the glove, and
be expressed keen disappointment be-i-ihifo
Jim Harry only took on one
sparring partner. The llev. Wedge has
been, identified with tho sport of tho
ting for several years, and he has een
been seen In tho ring as a referee,
i That such a man would boost the
sport Is only natural, but coming from
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nucn Buwrce u is u iiikii inuuiu iu
the gamo of fisticuffs. "I can nee noth,
Ing wiong in a high-class sparring
match," said tho Hov., Wedge! "Fact
Is I like the sport and I will be a
spectator at tho JeffrlesJohnson bat
tle no matter what the price Is, and 1
will Bit nt close to tho ringside as I
ci n get. I think boxing Is a healthful
rxirt." cotitlmled tho pastor, "and I
am one who believes In this form of
exercise "Several years ago I had
severe lung trouble," continued the
pastor, "and I found that boxing aided
my recovery to health and for this rea
son 1 am an nrdent dovotco of ..the
8iort of tho glove."
"I took up boxing when I found It
aided me." continued the pastor, "and
I think that the sport Is beneficial to
nil classeH ot persons. I will say that
there aro some points about thu pro
fcsslonal end of tho game that I do
not like but all sports havo their
drawbacks, and I can see less Injury
In fighting than In any other sport."
Tho Itov, Wcdgo Ib proud of tho fact
that he numbers among his acquaint
ances some ot tho greatest knights of
the Queehsbcrry realm. "I know Bat,
tllng Nelson " said the man of the
cloth, "and I think he Is the Ideal
"He Is a good-living young man, and
I wish that half the churchgoers took
as gooil care of themselves as does a
man llko Nelson, Nelson told hie that
he neither drinks nor smokes," con
tinned Pastor Wcdgo, "and I know
that he has little use fo- profanity
fmm iHa sovarM probund convarsa,
tlons that I havo had with I Im.
"All priie fighters must lei. I n cloan
life. To be successful this Is tccessary
nml thn men wlin fnll flfntl nf thfl
i , ., ,i nn la.t in n,n
The Two Jttoks"
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ph steal specimens, nnd this should be
bociHt enough for nny game."
Will Be Spectator.
The Reverend Wedgo Is here on :i
vaca'lon and bo says that he will lis n
spectator nt tho Jeffries-Johnson fight
nnd at nil other flrst-clnss contests
tb'at tako place while ho Ib spending
"I am Just Inking n vacation from
the church of which I am tho pastor,"
explained the Reverend Mr. Wedge
"Though n minister of tho gospel, I
am u firm believer In boxing." declnied
tho man of the cloth. "l.ook ut tho
qplendtd physlquo of this man ilarry,"
said tho minister as bo pointed n go
pel finger at the big fighter, "Isn't it
rare to seo such a specimen of man
hood? If more men would tnke up tho
boxing sport we'd have more speci
mens of physically perfect men.
"I have always liked the sjmrt ot
boxing. When I entered the University
of Nebraska I earntd my college ex
penses teaching boxing. Later while
attending the Omaha Theological Sem
inary I taught boxing at the Omaha
Y. M. C. A, and It helped pay my tui
tion. Later when I became n pastor l
started a gymnasium and It helped.
ninny a joung man build himself up.
I refereed one lioxlng match In Omaha,
which caused me to stand a church
trial, hut when I presented my argu
ments tho accusing pastors withdrew
their charges." ,
Is a Connoisseur.
The Reverend Wedgo wntcbed all
tho evolutions of Barry with an eye of
an expert and went over big Jim's
good nnd bad polntB llko n schoolmas
ter. "If that fellow was not so heavy
around the waist line I think ho
would make a champion." said the Rev
erend Wedge. "Ho Is very speedy
for a big follow nnd he seems to havo
a wallop. I admire his stlo of boxtni;
very much. In proper condition he h
qulto large enough to beat nny man
in the world. I want to see the fight.
I'd like to see Just how good this Bar
ry Ibz concluded the Reverend Wedge.
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Something will have to bo done
with the Mllltui-y Baseball League,
and ns the suggestion has been made
that three games a month bo plnyed
nt Lellehua, It mny happen that the
series will go on without any fur
The Cavalry boys havo to go to
some expense every time they, come
to town to piny, and the gate re
ceipts nt 1'ie league grounds have
been ery our. On tho other hand,
it the town teams vhlt Lellehua
they will have to dig up without
any chance of getting nnythlng
back, ns there U no gate money nt
The proposal to take the f Fort
Ruger lads In, Is well thought nt.
and It Is a pity that, right at the
start, the Artillery were not Invited
to play In the series. However, the
men who handle the big guns will
probably now come In, and the so
rles will take on new life.
It Is rumored that Harry's Beauts
who won the championship of the
military league last year will again
Join In with the service boys, and In
that cane' the play nil round will bo
Improved. The Hospital Co. play
reat ball, and although they may be
a trifle strong for the rest of the
teams, there will be some Joy when
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