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tt In tile (latex of ally events which tt
tt the) may be getting up, for In- tt
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tt the Snorting ndllnr. Hullo tin. tt
tt Baseball, tt
tt Mii.tTAiiv i.KAnurr
'tt April 30 Knrt Shatter vs. Port tt
tt. linger: N. O. II. vs. Marines, tt
t?arade of All Club, From Fort Street' mi-I 5i. c?r, Vi c..
ODELL ONCE MORE
WINS IN SHOOT
WEEKLY CONTEST IS 9
io Aimeuc rorn mayor rem tt ulry. ' tt
ana unaries nustace io atari, it .May 7 n. ti. 11. vb. snnner;!!
On Sunday next the opening piny
ill the Oahii league will take place at
the Athletic Park, anil the fans are
all looklt.tf forward wltb grejt de
light to the saint's thai are to start
Up DO 80011.
All four clubs Chinese Athletics,
Japanese Athletic, Portuguese Ath
.etlcs and Ma' tins, are lu the pink
of condition, and the members of tho
different clubs feel sure that tho
championship U going to their par
ticular team this season.
The Athletic Park Is In excellent
condition at piesei.t, and It no rain
tt Marines vs. Hospital Co.
tt PLANTATION LKAtlUK.
tt May lEwa vs. Walalui.
tt May 1 Alen vs. Walpuhu
tt July International dames.
tt Oihu League.
tt ATHUrriC PAIIK
tt May 1 C. A. C. vs. U. S. M 0.t
tt J. A. C. vs. P. A. C.
tt Mni 8 U. 8. M. C. vs. .1. A C ,
tt P. A. C. vs. C, A. C.
tt Ma 15 P. A. C. vs. V. S M. C :
tt C. A. C. H. J. A. C.
tt Schosl Leaou.
ti April JO Pnnihou.vii. St. I.0.1U;
tt Kams. vs. Highs.
!: .May 2 Kami s. St. t.ouls.
tt May 4 Puliation vs. High
tt Skating Marathon.
Sevetal Hen Have Names on Trophy
Harvey Hits 17 Out of 20
Another Shoot on Wednesday.
At the Kaknako traps )esterdny
afternoon the shoot for the weekl)
(up was tontluued, and after some
eUtng gunning II. II. Odell man
aged to get one more leg In for the
tiophy and now has his name twice
on the tup. He hit 18 out of a Ios
slble ;I0, nnd Harvey, who ran sec
ond, grossed 17 out of 20.
Harvey shot In good form nt the
Mum 11 ungles, but at the I.eggett he
missed two birds and got knocked
tt'out of the running. Spalding, an-
...... 11 11.. .. -..',i.. .1- .,.i May 30 Princess Illnk.
uviimiif (una u.i uuiiuuj ti.a .," ITIall,
other scrat h man, only accounted
for 1.2 out of a possible 20. He did
i ot nhoot up to his regular form, and
mimed some easy. ones. However,
dint will roll up to see the opening jj A jj 3oVahllanf va. McCul- tt he ,na'r ue depended on to do better
games of the series will have the jj lough,
time ot their lives.
11 Is hard to suy which team will
win out tlilu ear, as all four have
strong combinations. p Tho cham
pions of last year ure confident that
they can retain the honors they won,
but. they will have to play real good
ball to defeat the P. A. Cs , who aro
In the series with both feet. Louis
doares wljl hold his nine together,
nnd the Portuguese lads' will cer
tainly do all In their power to win
out nnd uphold the honor of their
The parade this year Is going to
be a beauty, nnd all the teams, offi
cials and members of the clubs wilt
meet at tho corner of Port and King
streets 'at 1 o'clock on Sunday after
noon. The procession will be head
ed by the Hawaiian band, and Sher
iff Jarrett has arranged for a detach
ment of police to. follow Captain
Mergers men they have, not com
mitted any crimes, but the police
will follow them, all the same.
Mayor Kern and Charles Hustace
will take n.t important part In the
show, and beetles walking lu the
parade they will be Btriker nnd
pitcher, respectively, nt the park.
Hit Honor will endeavor to hit tho
first ball pitched by Hustace over
the fence aud he may succeed, too.
The first game will start at 1:30
o'clock, and will Lc between the Chi
nese Athletlri unl the Marines. It
should be a cI'.hi and exciting game,
as the C. V. C, have been practis
ing hard and the Marines have been
playing ball ail the time.
The second game will give the
fans some Idea ot the strength of
the Portuguese nine, and the new
combination will certainly have to
face a strong bunch In the Japan
ese. However, with Deponte pitching
and Louis Soares catching, there will
be something doing for sure, and It
would surprise nobody to see the I',
A. C, win out In their first engagement,
jj In future shoots.
tt Aug. 31 Bogey Tournament.
tt Cricket. -
tt May 7 Opening of season,
tt May 4 Wall 'Cup.
tt May 16 Cooper Cup.
tt June 6 Macfarlane Cup.
tt July B Sea Wren Hace.
tt Trap Shooting.
tt May t Weekly Cup.
ti Horse hacing
tt July t Inter-Island meet.
tt Transpacific Yacht Race.
tt July 9 Start from San Pedro.
tt World's Championship Fight,
tt July 4 Jnmer Jeffries vs. Jack tt
tt Johnson. tt
There was not much wind, and the
a. mi were thrown out true and reg.
DOTTS AND DASHES.
The nnuual meeting of the Ha
waiian Tennis Atsoilntlon will bo
held tumoiiow afternoon on tho Pa
cific courts, and the election (of olll
cers and other biislue will be at
The Newspaper llaeeball I.caguo
wljl fill a long-felt want, und some
good games will be seen for sure.
Borne of tho press reprcsentatltcs
piny good ball, and the greatest In
terest Is being taken In the scheme.
The Waseda buseb ill nlno should
arrive here on 'or about Juno 20, and
the visit of the Japanese players' Is
being looked forwnrd to with pleas
ure by all the local fans.
This evening on the Manoa courts
the consolation electric light tennis
tournament will start up, and some
fine play Is anticipated.
Thero would appear to be a re.
vlval In the sport of bowling, nnd
there Is some talk of' erecting an al
ley tu the city.
u'arly. At the known angles soma
Imuutles were released, and the. pace
that they attulned was remarkable,
Only six men took part in the
shcot, but the enthusiasm was In
tense. All the members of the Ha-
ttjwallan Gun Club are very keen on
' 1 the Iran game, and every afternoon
tt n bunch of gunners. may be seenat
work at Kakaako.
Major Long shot in yelterda)'
competition and be managed to hit
17 birds. The major Is a good shot,
ai d at times he excclls himself. He
has one leg lu for the weekly cup
unit' will, If he keeps on Improving
ns he has lately, probably get his
name on the trophy once more.
H. , Hobo, who also has two legs
In for the cup, did not do too Veil
esterday, und he granted only 16
birds. He should do better next
time, as he can dqubtless shoot bet
ter than he did esterday.
C, l- White was another man who
lid i.ot shoot up to expectations, and
he hit 11 birds. The weekly cup at
tlrst looked like a gift to Harvey,
who won the first two shoots, but
then hid Illness Interfered with his
wnik at the traps and he lost out a
couplo of times.
The shoot will be continued next
Wednesday, and the event is now at
a stage when the excltem'ent Is be
ing worked up a lot over it. Should
a now man get his name on the cup,
there will be some guessing as to
who the ultimate winner will be. The
official scores of yesterday's shoot
are as follows: N. Hobo, 15; II. II.
Odell, 18; J, W. Harvey, 17; Major
Long, 17; C. V. White, 11; I, flpald
Sergeant Harry Is again on the
warpath with reference to the three
teams he has to get together for the
military series. The Hospital Co
will go to Lellehua on Sunday.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON OR EVENING, APRIL 20TH, 1010
As p;r Arrival and Sailing of the S. S. Mnrama
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LOCATION OF FIGHT
W IS GiA
McFaddeu Busy Looking for Another
Hall Orpheum lire Changes
Now that the Orpheum Theater Is
a smouldering pile of ashes. Jack
McKadden Is thinking hard about his
boxing show that was scheduled for
Saturday night next. Jonathan Is
looking around already for a suit
able 'hall tu pull on his show In, hut
they are none too plentiful lu Ho
nolulu. It may be that Aloha I'ark
will be secured, but nothing definite
has been announced so far.
It Is ham luck for the boxing pro
moter, ns lie had gone ahead und
made all his arrangements for the
show. However, things might hae
been worse, nnd had the fire taken
plHce 011 the night of the fight there
would suiely hae been some llvej
Wnhllai.l and McCollough were
sorry to hear of the blaze, and they
at once , said that 'they would agreo
to an) thing that Mcl'adden proptuei,
ns tllej know that he wus up against
tt for n place to pull off the show In
The Hawaiian boxer Intends leav
ing for the Coast lu the near future,
and ho would ll'tu to have McCol
lough's scalp attained to his belt be
fore crossing the pond. W'nhllnnl
shoul'd have no trouble about getting
somo matches 011 the mainland, nnd
he should make gcod, too.
IKf II CONTEST
Marines Qo Down in Two Straight
runs Another. Match Made,
UiBt nt ht at the Princess Hlnk,
the ,1011 -hafter tug-of-war team
mot mid uufeated the Marines In a
roller-skate pull. The Shatters were
a light-looking bunch us compared
with the Malines, but they knew
how to get ail nnihoi fixed up nud
had no difficulty In hauling tho half
wets over the line.
There was u fulr-slzed crowd pres
ent at tho rink at 9 o'clock, when
the tug-of-war started, and the fol
lower of the different teams rooted
for their men in style.
lu the first pull the Shaftors got
going with an even strain, aud their
two end men fixed their skates
alongside one another 'in such a
manner that It would lake a strong
pull to shift them. The Marines
wero drugged n couple of feet right
at the start, and then a couple of
them, fell to the floor and the end
It took the Shatters just 17 3-S
seconds to pull their opponents over
the line, and then tho second pull
was ordered. The Shatters again
proved too strong for the Marines,
and In it 2-C seconds they had
yanked the halt-wets over the line.
Another contest will be brought off
on next Weduesday night, and the
Marines swear the) nre going to
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Nigel Jucktsun's fifteen-mile run
ning race In making headway, and
some ot the best runners In the Ter
ritory ure tlow booked for the event.
The ra e will be run on Decoration
Day, and tho ox)gen machine will
be seen In action for the first time
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