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ATHLETIC TAHK MAY
BE TAKEN OVER
Prospects Bright for Coming Season
Good Games Assured Mar
cnlllno On the Job of Managing
Tomorrow evening tlio Oahu
t.cugun will hold Its II rat meeting
since the election of tho now ameers
for the )cnr, nnd noma very Import
ant multcrB are lei bo discussed. ,
proposal has been nindo Hint tlio
lcaguo tnka over the Athletic I'arU
ground, nnd run tlio plnco them
selves. The sum ashed for the park
"an nnt he published, hut thcro Is a
probability of the league taking on
The Ouhti League stnrtod off with
a, grcut rush last jcar, and for
months tlio paik was crowded every
Sunday. The grandstand nnd bleach
crs were not large enough to accom
modate the thousands of fans who
turned nut to the games, nnd hun
ilicds had to sit around the edge of
Tlion Mimo had management got
In somehow clthor tlio teams'
bosses or tho other higher-ups and
thoro wuh nothing but kicking to he
heard from many of the players.
Time after time plajcrs had bcon
heard to say that their "divvy" was
not forthcoming, and tho out of town
moil (full playing, as they wero
money out of pocket for traveling
I'he.cdnscquenco was that tho see
and half.of the scries of tho Oahu
League was not as good ns tho first,
and toward the end tho games wore
fierce. Thero was something wrong
somewhere, and the park was not
patron n I well.
However, tho coming season will
tell a dlfforont talc, nnd the fans
can rest ntsured that tho games will
bo Just as good and hotly contested
as wero tho ones In the first part or
the Oahu series. ' Tho men who nre
running the league this season will
see to It that the players get a fair
deal, and a lot of the kind of talk
t ut went tho rounds last year will
Mnrcalllno, tho new manager of
Iho league. Is right onto his Job, and
tho malingers of tho dlfforcut teams
will bo qdlte satisfied with him. If
Hie league taken ovor tho park, thoio
nro certain debts to bo nssumed, but,
proylrflng that the teams nro kept
up to tho mark, the speculation
thoilld be u good olio for tho league.
Except for tho fact that during
wet weather tho park Is useless,
there should be money In tho propo
sition nf taking over tho grounds;
The public wants good, snappy ball
on Sundays, and the Athletic Park
Is a very handy place to have the
games. Thoro Is no reason why the
class of ball that was put up at, tho,
beginning of Inst season should not
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BY V. L. STEVENSON.-
tt ti n :i tt a t: t: tt :: litiasim it
ti COMING CVCNT8. tt
St Secretaries and managers nf tt.
a athletic clalmnro hulled to hcml tt
t In tbu iIiiIoh of .ut incuts which tt
tt Ihej may bo getting up, for In- U
IS mirtlon uiidur the above head, tt
tJ AddicsH nil communications tn tt
tt thu SKirtlng IMIlnr, II u 1 1 o 1 1 n.
tt Daseball. tt
M ATIII.KTIC PA UK. tt
tt April :i-Ulnniond Heads vs. J. tt
tt Apill 21 Muhocks vs. Asahls.
tt April 23 Marines vs. N. O. II.
tt April 23 Cavalry vs. Infantry,
:t PLANTATION LEAGUE.
tt May 1 Kwn Vs. Walnliin.
tt May 1 Aloa vs. Walnnlm.
tt July International Dames,
tt April 23 International Scries.
tt tkatlng Msrathon.
tt Apill 23-PrlnccHs Illnk.
tt April 21 MrilnlTlJiy.
Jt Aug. 31 riogpy Tournament.
St May 3 Opening of season. .
tt Track Meet.
St Apill 23 Y. M. C. A
St Apill 21 Irwin Ctip.
St May 15 Cooper Cup.
tt Juno 5 Mncfarlanu Cup.
Jt July 5 Sea Wren Itace.
ti Trap Snoojinrj.
SS April 20. Weekly Cup.
SJ ' Horse Xaelnu.
St July 4 Inlorlslnnd meet.
tt Trins Pacific Vacht Race,
tt July 4 Start fnun San Kranclhco. IS
tt World's Chamnloni'ilo Flnht. tt
tt July 4 Ja-.ncp Jcirrlon vs. Jack tt
tt Johnson. t:
tt st tt st ss st tt ts st tt ti tt tt st tt :t tt
be ugalil stagedi by the Oahu League
phi) crs they nro n good lot of ball
tofcsoiH nnd tho pi aspects, of some ex
citing games seem bright.
U tt ti
DOTS AND DASHES.
gauifl of football
........ .,,(1.1, k(, 111,1 , 111,1111.111 , .
f played by the llttl., statu of,1'15 r B,,""',, hnvc' ,or me reason
a. Itngby Is tho rual Austral- " "notlier. tsiit beon plnycd, and
mo and la played by all tho! right from tho start thuru have been
other stales. The. "Australian" giinm
Is laughed nt by nil good N. S. Welsh-
1!"!'.?-'!'''".'"'?,'"' NCT r'1,nl"!
crs, Sou'h Austral bins nnd Wvstra
Thn Marlm-H an- going In for row-
Ing and they rxpcit a shell lo arrive!
from Iho Coast In thu near future
Tho half wots liavo some, piomlslng
mateiial down nt Camp Very and th'J
boya will surprlsa some of tbu other
crows when thoy get going properly.
Kntrlos for tho fifteen miles running
rncu will open today nt K. O. Hall fcjunuii)s in tlio month matcnei
Sons. Nigel Jackson la behind tholufiiiliist tho rest of tho Mllltnry
scheme, and us nil the peds can tncklo nines will bo played nt Lcllohua,
tho oxygen ninclilno If they reel In-1 K()rt Ilugor will supply a learn,
cllned, sontu fnst times should bo putliml tlmt WU ul)ow ()f lw gamt t)0.
"'' Ihk played every Saturday nt the
On Sunday next tho Irwin cup yacht !caBUe, ",nn,ta- , Th, '"""' ln,,n
rac9 will bo sailed. ..ml tho Hawaii. mvo bee vcr "nrU at work for a
In charge of Commodore Wilder, wl'g time now, but It Is thought Hint
sail ner Iho courso although taking. they will huvo n little lolsuro nowa
no part In tho race. jda)s, and that thoy will bn ablu tu
. )(,t decently strong nine In thu
The llnwallnn (iiu Club weekly nc,.
shout will tnko place (Ills afternoon nt. ,,' ., , , , , ,, ,
tho Kakaako traps and a closo contest ll """" aWr to be better to
Is anticipated. Ktu,rt Ul Military series going
FIVE TEAMS NOW
TO PLAY IN SERIES
THREE GAMES IN
MONTH AT LEILEHUA
Fort Rugcr Will Enter Team Scries
Continued on Saturdays and
Although the dato for tho open
ing of tho baseball season Is rap
idlv iiiinronchltii:. thcro Is no slcn nl
"jtlii Honolulu llatcball League gel
tlng up nnd doing anything. Tho
jj "big" league is dmid Ihls time, from
''Jibe looks of things, and tho hopes
'itti.tt wore oxpicssed last season, that
A' l'Jin won d sec the oldtltue st) lo nl
jj panics revived, seem doomed tu din
It will thought that tho Diamond
Heads ami St. Louis teams would
at Hoys' tS.l'lay n rciIcs of games that would
get llirin Into fliapo fnr tho malrlica
ngnltist the Santa Clar.i bojn when
they come to Honolulu. llowccr,
even that 1 tt t lo bit of fun lm been
forgotten, apd tho big fellows will
not have nny games of their own,
It would seem lo bo u good Idea
. I,i tilli.lv flif. Mlil." tnamtn ninii Iti
tako part In the Oahu Lcagui) se
ries. At present a few have per
mits to play, but why nut let the
whole bunch in? Tho public unntf
(.uod ball, and as long us the Juniors
play together, they will never lin
pmve. If all tho teams had a fow
of tho Into "big" louguets playing
wllh them, tho clasg of ball woulu
Improve a lot.
The Military Lcaguo Is meeting
with n lot of plllkla In n way, 'and
tha ical cause nf tho troublo seems
In bo too mnny("byssos." Last yoar
tho soldiers put up sonio lino games,
mid tho public enjoyed tho play Im
mensely, This year, to fur, a cou-
changes of nil sorts advocated
Tho Shaflers could not- find a
.'' l nt. but later on Ho-
, . . . . , , . ,
loun, their old twlrler, appeared and
did excellent work. Thon tho Cav-
nlry MM to lurn "l to pluy at tho
loaguo grounds, and It now appear
; that the Lcllchu.t boys who support
tha tenm want the gamcB pla)ed out
ut Schollcld IlarracUs.
The latest arrangement Is that the
Cuvalry are to como to town on one
'Saturday In tho month, and on three
"The Two Jacks"
MRS. L. TENNEY PECK Accompanist
ALEXANDER YOUNG HOTEL
THURSDAY EVE., APRIL 21ST
TICKETS $1 AT BEPOSTROM MUSIC CO.
afresh, ns there nro dlspulcM tos In
forfeited games lit present, nnd It li
hard to say how things stand.
' st tt :s
FOURTH (IE OF
Mucli-rostponed Game Will Be Play
ed on Sunday Either at Athletic
Park or league Orounds. '
Once moro an attempt will ho
mndo In play the fourth game of thu
Diamond llead-J. A. C. scries, and
on Sunday next tho game will cither
bo played ut tho Athletic l'arl; or
Iho lcaguo ginuiids. "
If Ihn park bo loo wet and muddy,
the struggle w"' tako pl.rcc nt tho
league grounds, nnd n linn gamo
should eventuate. Tho Jewels have!
won two games, and tlio J. A. Cs.
one. Should tho Junluis win out lu
Iho next match, n fifth nnd do tiling
game will have to bo 1aed.
The J. A. Cs. nro practising hard,
nnd they aio Ic.uliig nothing undniii)'
that can help them along tho road
to victory, mulr win oer the Jcw-i
els last Sunday week has braced
them up a lot, nnd they feel coufl I
dent that they have tho mcusiuu of
Iho "big" leaguers now.
Tho Mu Docks and Afcnhls will
piny n preliminary game, ami as tbu
minor plajcra nrc getting on well nt
tho national sport, the match should
ho well worth wutchlug.
It was a pity that the games wero
not phi) cd lust Suuiiny lit tho lcaguo
grounds. Thu weather wns beauti
ful, and n big crowd of disappointed
fn iib wandered uroiilid the city hop
ing to Hud truces of tho game.
' CAMST BE SHOPPED
District Attorney's Opinion Is That
Contest Will Be Allowed.
It will ho good news to all thu
red-blooded men of tho world that
tho Jcrtrlcs-JolHiM.n fight stands no
change of being prevented In the
Ktnto of California, According to
mi opinion handed down by Assist
ant District Attorney II y lies, tho
contest can not ho stopped, In a
(oufcrenco with Carlos 0. Will to. ut
tiiruoy for thu church federation
which Is seeking to prevent no
light, llyui'i declared ho Is of the
opinion Unit under tho Stnto )nv It
will ho liuposslblo to stop tho battle,
"Wo hate gone ocr tho law and
all the decisions we enn And bear
ing on It," said Ilyncs. "Tho opin
ion announced when we ,woro first
Interviewed still holds good. I do
not see how wo can prevent tho bat
tle." That tho light will bo allowed Is
certain, and why not? Tho exhlbl
t Ion will bo merely a test of skill
and strength between two highly-
trained men, who play tho gamo fair
and only uso siuaro means to best
ea-li other. I'lvo or six moil do not
conspire (o "lay out" ono opponent,
us lins happened at times on the
football Held, nnd tho percentage of
dentlis fmm prizefighting Is not In
tho snmo streot with tlio high figures
published nt tho cud of uory foot
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Al Odd I'ellnwH mid Rebehnhi and
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ut the Odd Fellows' llulldlng. Fort
utreet, l'rldny evening, April Z'it
1910, at 7:30 o'clock.
Also to n IIA8KKT I'lONIO ut Kn
plolanl I'atU, Saturday, April 23,
1910, from 10 it. in. to S p. m.
Coma nnd bring the children.
Per ordor ot
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uso ot tlio liidependout Ordor of Odd
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1910,' from 9 h, m. to C p. m. on that
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