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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1910
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FIFTEEN MILES HUN
ALL THE STAR RUNNERS
WILL COMPETE IN EVENT
Several New Men Have Been Un
earthed in Country Districts
Tsukamoto Will Tackle All
Things are looking bright for tha
fifteen-mile runnli.g race which Is to
be held on Monday, May 30, and
judging from the fnct that a num
ber of well-knofwn H'ds have signi
fied their Intention ot entering (or
the race, there should bo a (ant ttn-l
furious run (or the. first prize. I
Nigel Jackson Is getting the event
up, and he Is, as usual, workln; with
great enthuslsm aver the rare. The
decision that the affair be open to
all runners In the Territory Is a good
one, and It assures the. success of the
event. With Antone Knoo, Frank
Scharsch, Tsukamoto, Gomes, Jack
xon, Enos, Hajes and several other
runners competing, a slashing finish'
should result. Then the newly-discovered
long-distance man from Ho
noniu, Hawaii, Is to be taken Into
consideration, and If he Is as good
as reported, the better-known men
Will havo.lo jnake good time-In order
to defeat the man from the lilg Is
land. Tsukamoto, the Hllo champion,
who ran bo well against Kaoo, and
who Is probably the second-best man
In the Territory over certain dis
tances, Is taking long runs every day
and he Is striding along as grace
fully as ever. He will be In tho
race on May 30, and, oxygen or not,'
will make all of the runners do ro
markably fast time to beat him.
Down at Walalua thoy think that
they have two men a Japanese and
a Chinese who are champions over
a long distance. Jackson went down
yesterday to look at the runners and
size them up. If the pair really are
good distance men they may cause n
surprise In the race at the league
grounds, and, at any rate', they will
add Interest to the event.
Krank Scharsch Is running In great
form Just now, and ho would appear
to havo a good chance of annexing
first place on May 30. Cannlo Hayes
is also In good condition, and he will
make the best of the bunch stretch
their legs before the full distance Is
There will be three money prizes
for the race, and the amounts are
liberal enough. First man wilt get
$125 second, 100; and third, $30.
These prizes look good to the peds,
and there should be a great struggle
for the dough.
The oxygen machine will be on
deck (or those who care to use It,
and It Is said that most of the run
ners will avail themselves ot a pull
at tho gas bag when they (eel "all
In." The track will be marked out
with ropes In the same way as when
the Marathons were run at the
league grounds, and all the arrange
ments will be as perfect as possible.
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III MILITARY t.CA(1tJR II
II May 7 N. O. II. . Shatters; tt
; .Marines vs. nuspiial co. It
It May 8 Cavalry vh. Kort Ilugcr. tt
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tt May 8 Aloa vs. Walalua. tt
tt July Intel national tinmen. tt
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It Mo 8 U. 8. M. C. a. J. A. Cj II
It I A. C. vs. C. A. C. tt
tt May 15 1 A. C. vs. U 3 M. C ; tt
tt C. A. C. vs. J. A. C. tt
tt School League. tt
It Mnv 4 Piinahou vr I Huh It
tt Moy 7 Kama vs. PnnahoiiH. tt
tt May 7 St. tauls vs. High. tt
tt Grammar Schools. tt
tt May 0 Puliation Central; II
tt Kaahumanu vs. fit. I.ouln. tt
II Mny 10 Training vs. Central; tt
tt flojal vs. Kalulanl. tl
tt Skating Marathon. tt
tt Mny 30 PrincoAs Itlnk. II
tt Golf. tt !
tt Mn) 31 llogty Tournament tt
II Cricket. Jt
tt May 7 Opening of season. tt
tt Tennis. tt
tt Mny 4 Wall Cup. II
It Mny 18 Annual championship, tt
tl Yachting. til
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.juue a wiiciuriuuo dip,
tt July 5 Sea Wren lUcc. tt
tt Trap 8hootlng.
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II Trsns Pacific Yeht Het. It
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Tournament Starts Up Today on Ber
etania Courts Mrs. Coulter to
This afternoon oin the Uerotanln
courts, the Wall Cup tournament
will bo started up, and the follow
ing mutches will be played:
At 4 o'clock It. O. Forster (Class
1) s. II. S. Cray (Class 1); P. Mch
nrds (scratch) vs. C. G. Hock us
At half-past four o'clock Captain
Low (owe 15) will play It. A. Cooke
(owe 15); W. A. Wull (Class 1) will
play Mrs. Coulter (scratch), and A.
L. Castle (owe 15) will try conclu
sions with II. S. Clark (scratch).
At 5 o'clock J. Macaulay (one)
and N. Dccrr (siratch) will play
their match, and It. I). Itooth (one)
will play a, 11. Wnrrcn. At the samo
hour K. H. llarnes (scratch) and A.
Hlchards (scratch) will also piny.
Tho Wall Cup has to be won three
times beforo It becomes the prop
erty of any player, and so far only
two men hate their names on the
trophy. Warren and ace are the
fortunate pair, and neither ot them
Is now lu tho Territory, Mrs. Coul
ter's entry surprised most people,
who did not Know that ladles were
eligible fur the cup play. The lady
champion meets W. A. Wall this aft
ernoon, and her piny will be watch
ed with Interest by everybody.
DETAILS OF YACHT
RULES ARE DRAWN
UP FOR BIO EVENT
Every Possible Point Is Covered
Start to Be From San Pedro,
July 9 Good Race Assured.
An article of Interest to Hawai
ian jachtumen appears In the Pa
cific Motor Iloat for this month. The
rules tliut will govern the trans Pa
cific rate, which Is to be sailed from
Sau Pedro to Honolulu, are printed
In full, and everything Is well cov
eie.l. With eight ynchts in tho rnce
and some of them crack boats at that
fast time will probably be made
on the trip down from tho Coast.
The Hawaii, whl.h will leave soon
for the mainland In order to be got
ten ready fur the long race, will be.
in charge, or Commodore Wilder, and
a better man could not be obtained
for the position. The crew will be
local amateurs, and lu every way the
liawall will truly represent these Is
lands, Tho rules of the race are as
Conditions The rnce Is open to
cruising craft belonglnit to ani or
ganized jacht club whose water line
Is not less than thirty feet. Boats
to enter this must be bona fide cruis
ing craft of substantial construc
tion und rig, having full decks and
watertight cockpit. Yachts having
flu or bulb keels or balunced rudders
Measurements The measurement
for computing- allowance Is the
length of the deck over all. The
length on deck Is from the fore side
to the utter side o( the stern board
or, transom. Kiddle beads and orna
mental pieces are not Included In
this measurement. Boats will rate
for allowance from closest full foot.
Crew i ui.ro will be no restric
tions as to the number or character
of the crew, but the person lu charge
must be a bona fide member Of an
? jocht club.
Sails Lower snils to be T t 7
by tho yacht when cruising. No re
strictions on light sails.
Boats Yachts must cany such
small bouts or teuders as they carry
Stores and Water Stores and wa
ter sufficient for thirty days must
be on board. Water to be fixed lu
tanks or breakers.
Kqulpment Anchors, chains or
hawsers, sidelights, two compasses,
sextunts, chronometer and life belts
or Jackets (or each member of the
Ilallast Weight may be shifted
(ore and aft (or the purpose ot trim
ming, but no weight, either In me
form of stores or ballast must be
Jouisoued except us a measure oi
Time Allowance The time allow
ance will be sixty minutes to the foot
for the (ull course, a distance ot 2,'
08C miles. No allowance (or rig.
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The Two Jaoks'
Time o( Start Tho race will start
at 12 o'clock on July 9, (rom San
riliinu vk iitttu ihu union w& ...u,
race will be abreast of Diamond.
Head light, Honolulu, Territory of I
Hawaii, not over a mile to the lec-t
Entries Entries must be received)
by the secretary of the Hawaii Yacht
Club, Limited, not later than Mny 1.
Such entries must he In duplicate,
and be accompanied b) n (ull de
scription of the jacht.
Protests Protests concerning noli
eligibility of a yncht must be in writ
ing and must b made not less thnii
forty-eight hours before the time fix
ed for starting.
The committee reserves tho right
to reject an entry It the boat Is In
any way ununited for ocean racing
or Is defective In hull, rig or stores.
Tho committee upon written request
will Inspect nny boat and certify as
to her eligibility.
ANOTHEit MAM TENNIS
Handicap Singles for Men to Be
Played in Daytime Many En
Out at tho Manoa tennis courts
the game Is booming nlong, and no
sooner was the night tournament fin
ished than a regular day affair vas
mooted. The result Is that a hand
icap single event has been nrrnnged,
nnd the following Is the list ot, the
men nnd handicaps for tho prelimi
Now ell (oho 15) s. Larseu (15).
(In I Id (15 and 20 J vb. Johnson
Ileardmore (scratch) vs. Walo
(half of 1.1).
Deerr (owo IS? s. Steere (owe
Irwin (scratch) vs. Werthmueller
(15 and po).
Mclntjie (16) vs. Parquorsun (16
Potter (IS) b. Peck (scratch).
Kelley (half of 15) vs. Andrade
The following pass into tho first
round as byes:
llemenway (scratch) vs. (Joetz
Schmidt (15) vs. von Da mm (1
Olson (scratch) vs. May (15 ami
llje W. Q. Slnglehurst (scratch).
Ity mutual 3Rreement','.matchea cau
be pulled off when convenient. All
matches In the preliminary round
must be, played on or before Satur
day, May 7.
V.M.U . NOW ?!) LEAD .
' IN HAND.BALL SERIES
Camp Very Representatives Fading
Away in Scores Tournament
Yesterdoj the handball tourna
ment between the Marines and the
Y, M. C. A. teams was continued,
and some Interesting games were
pliijed. i ne Marines, who had such
a big lead ou the Y. M. C. A. bojs,
hae been rapidly overhauled and
art now behind In the tuoriiamcnt.
Webster of the Y. M. C. A. met
aud defoated Picurlello of the Ma
rines by a score of 45 to 12. Thon
Johnston tackled Queanen of Camp
Very, and simply wiped (he floor
with him. The score ot 45 to
shows what' the Y. M. C. A. repre
sentative did to the murine.
At tho end ot the Ilrst series tho
Marines led by a majority of 91
points, but the Y. M. O. A. team felt
confident of pulling up the differ
once, and they havo certainly done
so, as they ure now 41 points to the
good on the two sections ot the tour
nament to date.
This afternoon Ogurklewitz ot tho
Marines utid Lewis of the Y. M, C.
A. wll meet, and a great game Is
anticipated. St. John ot the stu
dents will also play Moltor of Camp
Very, and another close struggle Is
looked forward to by the tans. The
Murines appear to be nit at sea on
the Y. M. C, A. courts, and they can
not do half as well as they did ut the
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DOTS AND DASHES.
In the National League on the
malulund only one game was played
yesterday, and it resulted lu a win
(or Brooklyn over New York by a
score o( 4 to 3. All tho other games
were called on account of rnln. In
the American series the following
was the result: Detroit 3, Chicago
0: Washington 8, New York 0; Bos
ton l, Philadelphia 2.
The regular shoot ot the Hawat
Ian Quu Club will be held at tho Kit
kaako traps this afternoon, and the
weekly cup shot (or. The competi
tion Is now In an Interesting singe,
und Harvey, Uobo, Odell and the rest
of the members stand a good chance
of winning out.
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