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BIO RACE AT THE
Many Men Will Face Starter Fast
Times Expected to Be Recorded
Forrest Will Start. , ,
TonlRlit nt tlio I'rlncesH rink the
rirxt HknlliiK Mnratlion racu aver
pulled IT In lla-.vll will tuko plnco,
.ind a good contest for second place U
exiiocteil to oveiitiinte. T(ie race Is
robbed of most of Kb Interest by the
entry of Forest, the professional ninii
ncer of the rink, Howoer he Is In
the race and It has to go at that. No
one In the territory has a chance
against him nnd If he lets himself out
In the early stages of the race he wll
by the time ten miles havo been env
ered, ba noma miles in the lead.
Tho rnco for second and third places
will be Interesting, and tho crowd will
no doubt get worked up to a great
state of excitement over the effor.s of
the roller men.
Tho race Is to start at 9 o'clock and
twenty-flvo skaters aro expected to
take part in tho event. All tho offi
cials are to meet at the Young Hotel
this evening at 7:30 o'clock, and an,
agreement as to bow the nice shall be
managed, came- to.
There Is some talk of posting the
laps as each man reels them off, but
the Echcmo Is almost impossible. And
besides It Is not necessary; the miles
will bo quite enough to show on the
board and tho score board attendant
will have to work hard to do even
that. In the running marathons at tho
leaguo grounds everybody bsw what
trouble It was to keep track of laps
and that plllkla was not a circum
stance to what will be on tap tonight
As long as tho scorers keep tab on
the laps as they are ree'led off It would
bo quite sufficient to show on- tho
boards tho time for each Iho miles.
Tho timers and score keepers will havo
enough work to do without attempting
to show Blngle laps, which will have to
be changed every thirty seconds or no.
v Tho Portugucso and Hawaiian bands
will play during tho evening and tho
music should keep everybody In good
spirits during (ho running of the rnco.
Mayor Fern will be on deck and His
Honor may eve.i don a pair of skates
and do a glide beforo tho raco starts.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Jack Scully Is keeping up the good
work In posting the results of the
American and National leagues on
the mainland. Yesterday's results
wore: American Clevclund 2, De-
iron : New lorn , niuuuuBiuu x.
Philadelphia 3, Haston 0. Natlonnl
llrookhn 3. New York 1 ; Phlladel
plil a 3, Uoston 0; Pittsburg 4, St.
The Diamond Heads and J. A, Cs,
will try tomorrow to play their
fourth game of the series, and It It
does not rain, the Athletic Park will
be the diamond played on. In the
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Stay a minute or an hour; buy or not.
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n h a h u a :: n n n tt a.
It COMING EVCNT8. W
Secretaries and malingers of a
a nthlttlc clilbs "ie Invited to nctid a
:: in tuo ontei or nny cwutH which ai
U tin-) limy bo KottliiK up fur In- ai
1$ Mnrtfnn linilor Iho nlirma timtit M
M Addiess nil roinmiinlcatlonii to a
a thu Sixirtlns :dllnr. (I u 1 1 e 1 1 n. It
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a April 2t Diamond Heads vs. J. a
a a. c. " a
a April 21 Muhocks r. Asahls.
a M1MTAHY LUAOUIl
a April 23 Marines vs. N. O, II.
U April 23 Cavalry s. Infantry.
a PI.ANTATION ..BACllIK.
a May 1 Kwa vs. Wnlaluu.
a May 1 Alea vs. Wnlpahu.
a July International names.
u Oahu League.
a Mny I C. A. C. vs. U. fi. M
a J. A. C. vs, P. A. C.
a May 8 U. 8. M. C. vs. J. A. C,
!t I'. ,A. C. vs. C. A. C,
a Mny 1SP. A. C. vs. U. 8, M. C,
a U. A. C. vs. J A. C.
t School League,
it April 30 Punaliou vs. St, Louis; it
J Kama. vs. Highs.
(t .May 2 Kams vs. St. Louts.
a May 4 Punahoii vs. High.
3 Tugof-Vvar. '
t ATHLETIC PAIIK
U Apill 23 Intcrmtlonal Scries,
hi Skating Marathon.
April 23 Princess Rink.
a April 24 Medal Play.
a Aug. 3t Dogey Tournament.
a . Cricket.
it May 3 Oprufng of season
H - TreK Meet.
a April 23 Y. M
C. 'A, at Boys' tt
a t Yachting.
a April 24 Irwin Cup
a May Hi Cooper Cup.
it Juno C Macfnrlnne Cup.
a July B Sea Wren Hnco.
a Trap Shootlng.-
a April 27 Weekly Cup.
a Horse Racing. '
a July 4 Inter-Uland meet.
a Trans Pacific Yacht Race,
a July 4 Start from San Francisco.
a, .World's Championship Fight, a
ti July 4 -James Jeflrlos vs Jack it
a Johnson. a
event of tho park being loo wet, the
games will be played at the league
There will be n medal tournament
nt tho Country Club tomorrow, nnd
a big bunch of gnlfe Is expected to
tuin out to the pluy. Lunch will be
served at the club, and a bus will,
run between the end of the car line
and .the clubhouse during the day,
Tho yacht night at the Empire
Thoatcr Is going to bo the best ever,
and the program that has been ar
ranged Is a beauty. William Kerr
will be there with both feet, and his
comic songs will bo sure to bring
down the house.
Every afternoon there are.sevorat
tennis plnyera out on the Y. M, C, A,
courts, and some good play Ir seen
Leslie Is pitching well at present,
und he will do the twirling for the
NH.IlKliS MAY 1
"'tlUIIUll lllll UL
uii, anv buiurani
ARE RUNNING WELL
Boys' Field Will Be Scene of Activ-
ity Boxing Bouts to Be Pulled
This nfternoon at the tloys' Field.
Dr, Hnnd's record breaking track meet
will take plsce, and It would appear
n If ono or two of tho old times are
going to be budly shaken up by Illll
HIcp. The champion Is running In fine
shape at present, nnd he will abou'
break the records for the 220 and 440
The half and one mile figures aro
expected to be broken also and Nor
ton Is looked to as thn new record
maker. The mlio figures should go for
a certain!, as all tho men are running
In fine form and Norton Is traveling
over the ground at a great rato of
Thn hundred vanln mnr also co as
nice will Kly'o his opponents ten yards
man in inn event, anu endeavor lo
overhaul tucm ooiore mo tape is
reacneq., - -j .
In tho 220 yard sprint, Rice will give
a handicap also and as McCandless
U. win bo the one to receive the start
a I Hill will have-Jo gcrup some remark
a utile paco in order to catch him. Thu
a record will go If lllco catches McCand
a less after giving htm twelve yards
The boxing contests will bo nn Inno
vation and a good one, too, as the man
ly art Is one that should be encour
aged . Tho men will be amateurs and
n fine exhibition of the sport Is antic
ipated. Tho first bout will be between
J. Tnvarcs and M. Do Dolto and they
will box at catch weights. The sec
ond contest will bo between R, Denny
and L. Rosa and will bo for throo
round Both the boys are clever
wlth lha mUU and they ihonM put up
an Interesting go.
Tho first event tho 10d yards sprint
will start at 2:30 o'clock sharp, and
all tho other races will follow In quick
ordor. Mayor Fern will present the
prizes to tho winners nnd and no onu
should miss the meeting as it Is not
everruay max records are taction anu
with fair chances of succoss. Tho ofll.
cium iur UltJ IUUV1 Will UU lUi IUIIUWO.
Starter, Paul Withlngton; retereo
Paul 8uper; clerk, PN. Folsom; an
nouncer, John C. Anderson: scorer, S.
W. Drowster; timers, O. F. Chilling
worth, C. D. Coltrell, W, n. Chilton,
Jr., E. U. Blsnchard, M. Forrclra, V.
L. Stevenson, K. 11. Hand and 1). F.
Holllngcr: Judges. P. U Home. C F.
Fltts, Lieutenant Dowen, U. 8. A., R.
8. Oault, Theodore Richards.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
A. IC. verra will have another
stab at bringing off the tug-of-war
on Sunday night, and It Is to be
hoped that his lu'Jr changes a little
nnd the much-postponed pulls come
The Two Jaoks"
PLAY TWO CAMES
Guards and Marines to Try Conclu
sion! Cavalry and Infantry to
Fight it OuL
Once more this afternoon tho mil
Itary leagues hall pluvurs will tackle
uue another oil the league giounds,
and a iouple of nucleating games
are expected to be pulled uif. The
il ist gumu will lie between the Fight
ing t-lfth u lid the Twentieth Infan
try, and tt suould be lull of excite
ment from tho first ball pitched.
The Shatters are plnvjng In good
form, and Iloloun is feeling very
strong about the arm and Is whip
ping the ball over the plate better
than ever. The Infantry have done
good work lately, and It would sur
prise nobody to see them defeut the
Cavalry today, me Fifth bo)'B are
showing up well this season, uiul It
the Shatters hand tliem a packugo
there will be much grief out ut Lei
lehua. In the second game the N. U. II.
nine will meet the Marlins, and us
the halt-wets are going to do their
best to win, some good ball should
be seen before ie game ends. Harry's
No. 2 lleauts are determined to get
going right from the start this aft
ernoon, and they will play ball that
will astonish the Camp Very bos.
The first game will start at 1:30
o'clock, and the second nt 3:30. Ily
that time there should be a big
crowd of service men on the grounds
to root for their respective teams.
Itoso Mayo, ftrmariy a head liner
on tho Keith Circuit In tho East, ar
rived on tho Sierra yesterday-nnd with
her partner, Mr. Ilow? will open at
the Novelty Thcoter for a short soa-
son. Miss Mayo has played leading
parts In Hanlon's Fantauma and In
many of tho popular plays of a few
years ago, Tho sketch for Monday
evening Is "Klttle's Letter," a laugh
able farce, A New York paper says;
"It Is the best bit of acting that has
been seen here on tho vnudovlllo
stage." It Is a lively marital scrap
rind, both Mr. Rovvo and Miss Mayo aro
exceptionally strong in tholr parts.
The Earlo sisters will havo new songs.
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1910, at 7:30 o'clock.
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LEARN TO ROLLER SKATE,; ,
DOTS AND DASHES.
The following entries have, been
received for the skating Marathob
race at the Prluceaa rink this even
ing; l Uefford. C. Trettas, P. Mar-K
cus, It, C. Longford, J, O'llrlen, It.
Mllburn, Amos Martin, M, Froltas, J.
Martin, A. llaptlst, C. Holt, C. Nlc
ols, Joe Freltus, Carrol N'lcholson, Q.'
Klemme, V, Klemnie, Joe Forrest, C.I
II. Reynolds, II, Markham, F. We
Carthy, . Ross, Sam Peters, Deu
Deckley, M. Miguel. Dr. Hand. vrU'
have full charge ot the scoring,, and
tho time limit will be S 1-2 hours.