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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, I!.. SATUItDAY. APR. 30, 1910.
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GRAND MAY-DAY FETE
The Kilohana Art League,
At Ainahau, Waikiki,
SATURDAY, APRIL 30, FROM' 2 TO 0 P. M.
ADMISSION Adults, 50e. Children, 25c.
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tt COMING EVGNT8. it
ti Secretaries and managers of t!
It athletic clubs nro Invited to send U
tt In tlio datCH of nny ovotits which ti
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tt Bortlou tindor tho above head, tt
tt Address nil communications to It
tt tho Sporting Ktlltnr. R u 1 1 o 1 1 n. tt
tt Baseball. ti
tt MILITARY LKAOUE. tt
tt April 30 Fort Shaftcr vs. Fort tt
tt linger; N, 0. I. vs. Marines.
tt May 1 Hospital Corps Vs. Cav-
! tt May 7 N. 0. II. vs. Bhnftcra;
Marines vs. Hospital Co.
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tt May 1--Kwn vs. Wnlnlint
tt Mny 1 Alea vs. Wnlpahu.
tt July International Games.
tt Oahu Leagix.
tt ATHLETIC PARK.
tt May 1 C. A. C. vs. U. 8. M. C.
tt J. A C. vs. P. A. C.
tt May 8 U. 8. M. 0. vs. J. A
tt P. A C. vs. C. A. C.
tt May 15 P. A. C. vs. XI. 8,
tt C. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
tt School League.
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NATIONAL GAME GETS GOING PROPERLY TODAY AND T0M0R-
ROW MANY FINE MATCHES ARE SCHEDULED -THE OAHU
LEAGUE TO THE FORE.
Today may be looked upon as the
opening date ot tho baseball season.
Several gumes will be played be
tween tho various clubs, and then
tomorrow tho Oaliu nnd Plantation
leagues will start work. Tho pros
pects for tho hcason appear very
lirlght, nnd everything points to a
successful lot of ball games.
This afternoon the Military leaguo
will make a fresh start, as the sched
ule has boen rearranged, nnd games
will be played at Lollehua also to
morrow. On tho leaguo diamond this after
noon tho Fort Shatters will tackle
the Fort linger boys, nnd the grimo
will stnrt at 1:30 o'clock Bhorp. A
deal of Interest Is being tnken In tho
uppcarnnee of tho Fort Rugcrs, nnd
they will bo watched closely In order
to dccldo whnl chance thoy have In
winning out In Ihu Military series.
Tho lads who man the gutiB at
Roger havo had some real I nrd work
to do during the last year or so, but
they at last aro able to get Into tho
baseball gamo with some chance of
playing regularly. ,
Tho souind gamo this afternoon
will be that between tho Ni 0. II.
team and tho Murines,! and It, too,
promises to bo nn oxcltlng one, with
both teams out to win. A great deal
depends on the start thnt n team
gets In the scries, and all four nines
aro going In this nftornoon deter
mined to got n good lend by win
ning their flrst game. That can
not happen,. of course, but t all goes
to show that the competition will bo
Another league thnt starts up to
day Is the one made up from the
itittarnnl citmritif t,t tliA ran naniidi.
.i..- ... ....... .,' - ... .i I...4I- May 16 Cooper Cup
. ;, 7 , "'",, " 6-Macfarlano Cup.
H out. The Pilha.ioii lioys will play Jly 6Sea Wrcn Kac
tt April 30 Punahou vs. St. Loulsf tt
tt Kams. vs. Highs. tt
tt Mny 2 Kiwm vs. Rt. Louis. tt
tt May 4 Punahou vs. Illqh. tt
tt Grammar Schools. tt
tt May id Punahou vs. Ccntrnl; tt
tt Knahumanii vs. St, Louis, ti
tt Mny 10 Training vs. Central; tt
tt ltoynl vs Kalulanl.
tt 8katlng Marathon.
tt " " Flatter' ' ' '
tt April 30 Wahilanl vs. McCul
tt Aug.- 31 nogey'' Tournament
tt May 7 Opening of. season.
tt Tennis. '
tt May 4 Wall Cup.
tho St, Uiuls Collego nine, nnd thin It
game, Is expected to bo as corn) as it May I
wl:l be seen anywhere during tho;tt
koilci. The Saints huvo a lot of now
men on their team, nnd they aro re
ported tp ho very strung this season.
They will, however, run up against
a flno combination In the Put,ahous,
and the irsultlng struggle should bo
a good one.
Tho other luterschnlnstlc game
will ho pmvlilcd by tho Knmehnmo
Iiub mid High School, and hero, too,
lu a match that will be about as
good as can tie seon anywhere, Henry
ChlllliiKWorth has gotten his nine
Into tho best posillile shnpo, and the
tt July 4 Intor-lBlnnd meet.
tt Trins Pacific YaeM Race;
tt July 9 Start from 8an Pedro.
tt World's Championship Fight,
tt July" 4 Jamor Jeffries vs. Jack t.
tt Jnliiifon. tt
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BY GEO. BROADHURST
Ills services will be Invaluable to
thu Portuguese team, and If his
pitcher can only put them over In
proper atyle, tho Japanese Athletics
will know they aro up ngainst the
real- thing In batteries.
The usual big vrowd ot fans Is ex
pected to turn out, and If anytiung
llko the bunch that (ongrcgatpd last
year there will be little spa.e left
anywhere In the grounds.
Down ,tho country the Plantation
leaguo will make a start nlso, and
two games will bo played. T.io one
at Walpahu will bo between tho
Alea and homo tennis, nnd much
speculation as to how tho "farmers'
will shnpo up Is being Indulged In.
The other gamo put up by tho cane
planters will be played at Kwa, and
will be between the F!wa nnd Wala
lua boys. The former nine won out
In the championship last year, and
tho team feels confident ot doing
tho same this coming sciihoii. Rut
tho other nines 'are stronger this
year, and the scries of games should
all bo very clo.o.
Tomonow morning ;it the Atlilijtl'
Park, the final gamo of the minor
International cerles vlll bo played,
and In It tho Mu Hocks and Asnhls
will try conclusions.
The Mu Hocks havn Hlrcndy won
.two games to the AsihlV nil, and
should the third gamo go to tho Cht
ncse team, tho championship will be
theirs, us tho scries was for the best
three out of five gnmcj.
Tho Grammar School league will
start up on May C, nnd tho yot tiger
players uro looking tofwnnlito the
same with IntnreKt. l!ttiieli:ill hns
scrtalptyot nne-ptuspects-.for.UiM Comedy JiekaboiitJVrthU, Singm
conilnsr Season:1 which starts today. ' "r v-Tfind.Danceni -",.' JB
and the national game would appear
to have a very firm hold on all tiio
different race that go to malo up
the population of Hawaii nol,
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Wall Cup Play to Begin, May 4
Some Good JPlay Expected to Be
Seen on Courts. -
At tho meeting of tho Hawaiian Ten.
nls Association which wns.'-Jicld-yev
torday, R was decided that tho annual
chnmplMishlp cvoms would bo layed
nrT next month. A start will bo made
on jy-y IS, nnd both 'ho Uerulnnla and
Paclfc courts will bo In Ubo.
'I he tournament U Lclut; played i
trlllo early this yc:i. and the players
aro all In tho best if con it It Ion nt pros
cut. At yesterday's mooting tho elec
tion ot officers resulted in nil tho oM
officials being elected for another
Tho Wall Cup tournament of thq
Rcretanla club will start on May 4
and soma flno play Is stiro to bo seen.
and some other official of the leaguo
will have lu take on the duty.
Then the real joy will begin, and
tho C. A. Cs. and Marines will start
up the first game. The Chinese Ath-
High School hoys will bo hard ones letlcs have been practising hard and
to bout lu the school series. thcx,alould step on tho diamond feci-
Oahn Lenmie. ing In the best of form. And thoy
Tomorrow attemoon the great will need tq.be, us the half-wets are Somo new name will havo to go on thu
event of the year In hasoball circles In about as good condition as ever trophy ns tho two men who won out
will take place, and that is tho open- thoy will be, and they are' ready to
Ing of the Oahu leiguc, Tho league' play for their lives,
will do things In stylo, and the first! The fans will be warmed up by
stunt will bo tho big parade, which the first game, and whon the J, A.
will stnrt from the corner of Fort Cs., who won last, year's champion
and King streets nt 1 o'clock sharp. 'ship, go out to play the new Portu
Tho Hawaiian band will lead the'gueuo nine, there will bo something
procession, nnd all tho officials and doing In the rooting lino for sure,
four teams of tho icaguo will follow Tho P. A. C. nine Is a new combl
In lino. nation, and nothing very definite Is
Upon the nrrlvul of the 'parade at known of their capabilities. They rlv on tho sccno.
the Athletic Park, there,' will not ho will ho led by that prlnco of catch
10, 13, 20 nnd 85 Cents
Corner Nunanu nnd Fauahi
boforo havo both loft tho country. K,
8. Oco and Warron both hnd two leg
In for tho cup and neither will ho
hero this tlnio to dotend their tltlo to
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The Portuguese Athletic husclmll
nlno will march from tho Mormon
church on Punchbowl street to tho
corner of Fort and King streets to
morrow. Tho main body of tho parado
win start as soon as tho p. A. Us. ar
much time lost before the first, ball era Louis Soares, uml what Louie
of the season Is pitched by Charles docs not know about ball would not
Hustuce. Owing to 'Mayor Fern's' help tho othor slda much. He Is up
fast and furious from tho first ball' bereavement, he will not bo uulo to to all tho moves In tho gamo, und
pitched till the ond. take his usual position nt the bat, can handle his men' In great form.
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