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EVENtNO UULLETIN, HONOLULU, t., SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1910.
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it Baseball. II
TO PTAY THT MATlINFt M MILITARY I.KAOIIK. II
TO FLAY THE MARINES Mnjr 7N 0 v 8hnftorll.
tt Murines vs. Hospital Co. a
a May 8 Cavalry vs Kurt HiiKcr. tt
Rm?criO 1M.ANTATION I.KAOIIK
PLENTY OF BASEBALL
' TODAY ANB SUNDAY
REAL BARRY'S BEAUTS
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Fifth Cavalrv and Fort
u.,1 T... m. n... It Mny 8 Wnlnlmi a. Walnnno,
Meet Tomorrow Close Games .. M ' BA, ,u ,.
Anticipated. .a July Inlcrnatlomil (inrnen.
.1 Oinu Le.iQue.
Today nnd liimnrrow thrro will It ATHLETIC I'AIIK.
lo ciioiiGh' bnseball In the city and j M"y -" " 8- ' A- a-'
t 1 . A. VK. lv A. w.
country districts to plcnso even the a Muy 151'. A. C. h, I! 8. M. C.i
inoiit rulilil fan. Tho IcaRUo KrouniH, U. A, C. b. J. A C,
Athletic Inil Alcxundcr l'leld. Anla ,,,. v-KamVvH.V'unnh.ius.
I'ark nnd two plantation iIUiiioiKj II Ma) 7 St. Loula 8 HUh.
will he in full .win., and the el. M G,Z, ""T'cenlrri;
of hall put up wiouui uo ua-soou a n Kaahunianu R. St. Louis. II
tho acrHRe,8ccn anywhere. May 10 Tralnlns a. Central; a
a uuyai is.iviiiuihiii.
DOUBLE-HEADER AT .
MARINES AND J. A. Cs.
v C. A. CS. 'AND PORTUGUESE
Pitch for P. A. Cs.
This afternoon at tho lctRiio
lit May IB Coopir Cup
'tt Juno I Marfirlanp Cup.
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Rrnuiids tho military league will b a May 30 Princess lllnk.
scon In action, and two Rood games J uoit.
wl)l he plajcd If tho rain only hold J It COUNTRY CI.UI1.
off. Tho prospects of seeing somo of May 31 TVicy TmiraaniiMit.
tho oldtlmo stylo of hall appear??.. IIONOLULV CLU1I.
bright as II.. orlglnaHJarrys lleau.s J "-M?ch
are tletcrniliicd .to ahowjiooplo, that u Jnn(J 19y0l.riamc,
thej aro"thrcal'"dopo' In the way jj "Cricket.
b( hall-tosEersv a May II Opening of season.
Tlio llcauts arc to go up against a Tennis.
Ibe Marines, and tho game shuuld he a Ma) 7 Wall Cup.
a good exhibition. Sergeant Harry tt May IS Annual clnmplonshlp.
only wishes that tho Fifth Cavalry , Junq 11 l'rogrcsslvu Tourna
Ihijs could ho niosont so that they' 'nellt
r...,t.t oo .. I,,.l 11,. lr.lnl llnitifn ' ,a"n"'
fuum dvi; n iiiii tnu iiiffs.is -"
are like on tho diamond.
Tho Marines aro plating n lot of
ball nnwadajB, and on feattinlnjH nnd
Sundays they aro engnged cm the ilia
mond. They know that they will
bn up against a nue bunch of play
ers this afternoon, but that docs not
worry them much, as they consider
that with (lltison In tho box tlioy
havp a good chanco of taking tho
scalp of the lleauta.
The other game this afternoon
will also bo an Interesting one, as
tho 8haftera who aro going to piny
tlio N. O. II. team feel confident that
they can hand a package to the No.
2 lUrry hunch. Tho lattor team
wllL on tho other hand, try their
bent to win, ro that tho fluarda may
have a doublo victory to record. If
tho Hospital Co. and First ItPglmont
teams both win this afternoon, thoro
will bo soma Joy around tho llutiga-
low this evening.
Tomorrow tho rlfth Cavaliy and
Fort nugcr will ry conclusions, and
lis tt will be n caso of tho leaders In
the scries mooting' tho talt-enders
foi tho first time, n lot of Interest
Is boltiR shown In tho game. The
MugnrB only came Into tho competi
tion lato In tho day, but they havo
tho makings of somo good players In
tholr ranks, and It would surprlso
nobody to sco them creep up In tho
standing of the tennis.
At presont tho Cavalry, who have
won three out of tho four games
played, aro in tho lead, with a per
centage of .71J0; tho Shafters, who
havo plajcd flvo games, havo lost
two, and Bland at .600, on which
mark tho Marines also figure. Tho
tt July C Sea Wron Ilaco,
:l i Trapi snooting.
tt May II Weekly Cup.
II May 22 All Day Shoot.
a Morse Hieing.
a July 4 filler Island meet.
a Trips eacine racm nc,
It July 9 Start from San l'edro.
It World's ChamplonsMp Fight
tt July 4 James Jorfrloa vs. Jack a
a Johnson. n
It Polo. a
tt Auguif-lntei-lsland Tournament. It
tt tt a tt a a a a tt a a a a a tt a tt
full standing of tho teams Is as fol
I'. W. L.
I 3 I
Marines , . .
N. O. H. ..
a tt a
DOTS AND DASHES.
The UobI b.isoball team wjll go
up against tho Ited, Whlto and Illuo
nine tomorrow afternoon at Atkln-
ann inrk uml n plnsn enmo Is antic
ipated. Tho clubs will play tho best j
two out of thrco games.
"Athletic Park Fans Will Be Treated
:: I to Good Ball Games Freitas to
tt Onco more Iho Athletic Park fan
j will hao an afternoon's Joy when, to
morrow, tho Onhu lnguo series will
tt be' continued. Tho games scheduled
t to conic oft aro the Marines and J. A.
It Cs and thu C. A. Cs. and Portuguese
5 Athletics. Tho latter nlno has been
jj strengthened n lut, and bopo to hold
tho Chinese Athletics down In st)lo.
Froltos and Scares will form tho bat
ten' mid a strong combination It would
seem to be on paper. "
T eves, who in ado rather a mess of
things at second last week, will bo
put ori as short stop, and hu Is expect-
a ed Ui do much better In that tKisltlon.'
tt Tnvcs nlats a Rood Kama at third nnd
"j It might be advlsable.to ppr Jilm 'on
" I that sack later on. lit practlco ,th
. If Hit Ml flM dill rui tinAM (lltlA lt it If If
up'thc hull when holding down second,
hut nsjuion as ho was tried at short
iho did good work. Tho angle the ball
reached him at was different, and he
secmoil moro'nt homo In tho now iosl.
Soares baa been drilling his men In
tho way tboy should go and, as they
will bo more accustomed to ptajlng
beforo a big crowd than tboy were on
their llrst appearance last Sunday
tho Chinese Athletics had bettor look
to their laurels.
Tho Marines will go up against the
champion J. A. C team and an Inter
esting struggle Is expected up to
nhout tho fourth Inning. The Japanes
Athletic-, nro very strong and as their
players 'are recruited from overy na
tlonallty thoy seem able to always
keep a stronR team jolng.
Tho attendanco last Bun lay was
vorv satisfactory considering that o
largo number of fans could uot attend
owlnR to having to pay their last re
spects to the memory of tho lato Mrs.
Tomorrow thcro should to a huge
gathering of enthuslastlo fans at tho
Park, and tlio Hawaiian band, under
tho loaderuhln of Captain lloreer. will
bo on 'deck with a fine srl&cllnn of
now alra that will keep tin- nowd In
torestod during tbo afternoon.
Ilolh games tomorrow should bo
good ones and tho fans will enjoy
themsolvos If tho rain will on'y hold
off. Ono would think that A. K. Vlerra
was still in tno cuy apn ioikiiik
ttigs-of-war that Is Judging by tl-o
RAIN MENS MM
iii m W SEBIES
Mn. Coullcf to Play Booth This Aft
ernoon Castle and Richards to
Finish Their Match.
It was too bjiil that jestcrday aft
ernoon tho Wnll Cup tennis tourna
ment could not be tontluued. That
Is to say, that only two seta were
pla)cd In (ho scries and then tho
games had to be called on account
T. Wchards and II. S. Gray start
ed up notwithstanding tho rain, and
the nrst set went to Gray, who won
by a scoro of fi-2. Then Illchards
pulled himself together and, playing
In good style, defeated Gray, C-L
Tho rain was then falllhg hcally,
nnd play for tho day was aban
doned. This afternoon, weather permit
ting, tho tournament will bo con
tinued and at halt-past three o'clock
A. L. Castlo and A. Illchards jWlll
finish their match, of which one set
Is nlrcady plajcd. The winner of
this match will bo In tho Boml-n
nals, nnd ho win meet tho wlnntr
of tho T. Illchards-Oray nntch this
Other matches that nro to bo play
ed will he Mrs Coulter s. It. 11
llooth, and Captain Low s. Noel
Dccrr. A big crowTl Is expected to
attend, as the match between Mrs,
Coulter and llooth should bo an In
a a a '
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Tho cricket match schodulcd for
thlB afternoon has boon postponed
till next Saturday on account of the
death of King Ildwnrd.
wet wcatbor that Is prevailing lit pres
ont. tt a a
The Oaliu College and Kamoha
meha basoball nines will meet today
on tho Kam ground at half-past one
o'clock. The other match, between
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256, the High V-hool and St.' Louis, will
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"The Two Jacks"
Rain Stops Punahon-Ccntrnl 'Gram
mar Match Good Double Plays
at Aala Park.
Unlit spoiled tho grnmmar school
series of baseball scheduled for yes
torday, but onp game, that between
the St. Louis and Kaahunianu, una
finished, Tho rosutt was a victory
for the Saints, who piled tip 10 nil
to their opponents' 2. The game
was played at Aala Park, and a fair-
sited crowd of fans attended and
stood around In the rain
Uunn und uranco formed Hie bat
tery for the Saints, mid thny did
good work n keeping tho Kauhtinia
mta' score down to two runs, two
good double plays wero brought oft
during the afternoon nnd both earm
The second game, which was la
bo played at Punahoii, was called en
account of rain at tho end of tho
second Inning, whofi tho Contral
Grammar School had Bcqrod one run
a" a tt
mm m asasis
Old Rivals to Play Series of Three
Gnmes Aala Park to Be Scene
At 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at
Aala Park tho much talkcd-of baseball
ganio between tho Ilanials and Asahls
will start up. It will bo remembered
that tho Asahls won tho championship
of 1909 while the llanzals became
champions of 1910. Tho ABnhls, how
uver, did not oempeto for tho, cham
pionship as they wero considered to
bo too strong tor tbo rest of tho team
In the league.
Now tho followers of tho Uanr.aU
feci that thoy should havo a try to fbe
como champions f all tho Japanese
teams and. consequently, tho clubs
will meet In n scries oflhroo games
Tho Japancso consul, Mr, Uyino, H
taking tho greatest Interest In baso
ball, and has presented a haii'lanmo
cup for tho wlnnera. Vlco Consul Ida
will pitch tho first ball In tho ecrlca
and Mr Shoha, an old supiwtcr of thu
Ilanials, will get up to bat and try
and put Iho ball over tho river. II
l.cmon will act as uniplro nnd ho Is
considered to be thq rlRht man for the
KAHN URQES THE
Conaressman Wants Relief for Men
Hurt on Doard Transport.
WASHINGTON, April 23. Pointed
remarks as to tho remissness of Con
grcsB In meeting obligations In cases
of personal Injury, wherous Injury to
property excites a xeal to inakn
amends, were mado by Representative
Kahn In the Houso today.
Tho claims of tho three men InJuTcd
whllo loading n transport at 8an Fran
clsro during tbo 8panlsh American war
worn tho occasion for his criticisms.
Accidentally, a hot of ammunition
had fallen among tho lioxos of com
missary supplies and It exploded white
tho men wero handling It. crlpplliu
them for life. Members of tho coin-
,.. .l...t.,n.l ,kl lh Inlmu UTf.tt
iiiiMiye nuiimiuu lum tuu .,. "...
eillllleu to inimouiuiu ujhbiiikihii""
Hint tcntatltclr It waa agreed that
provision should bo mado wboroby
thoy could bo submitted to tho court
of clatma. Kahn has bills ponding ai
lowing each of the victims $8000.
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