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RACES FOR FOURTH
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Big Meeting Planned That Sh.ouldl
, Start Revival in Honolulu
irsc io jjc cut iu uiuci
There Is a move n foot among
noma of the best oliltlno horkeroclng
men to make a fresh -Jtirt In tin
l.iitlliin nm fiintlfncr ttnmn irfimn 1 H
nanolulu. The bunch of sports who
are behind the movement number I
half a dozen or so ol the men who
tnkA th irrpnlf.L Interest In the rnc-'...
iLg game and who feel that a re.
Vlvdl of tho best sport cf all Is due
been settled, urn. It la now aBsupid.8
Hmi ,.n iIia ftlnrlmi. P.inrth there' 8
will be a meeting on the Kaplolt nl
Park track, which will be put In
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ot tne trocic to mai,e u ni mr rar-.jt ment.
ness ovents. As far as the flat rac-'jj Yachting.
Ing Is concerned, the course Is allut May 15 Cooper Cup.
right now. rt June 3 Murfstlano Cup.
The Honolulu oWneis of trotting 8 July 6 Sea Wren Haw.
and pacing horses feel somewhat 8 Trap Bhootlng.
sore at the action of the Maul sports May -" Cup,
who made the trotting events a. May "-S1;0"'-Walluku
"named-horse" affafrs. The j WAH UKU.
consequence Is that a number of n Jw, y 4,nler.iBtand meet,
horses that would have been taken (J, Tr,ntp,cine Yacht Race,
to Maul If all had been well, will Jl)y 9start from 8an Podro
now stay at home and race on tho jj world's Championship Fight.
Kaplolanl trnck. tt July 4 James Jeffries vs Jack
It is, planned to have at least i Ight
races durlnc the day. and the run-'tt
ulngfan'dHrdttlng nags will be well
provided for. The cltr will be can
vassed for prizes, and as the men
who arc getting up the day'o (port
aro determined that no crooked bus
Iness will be allowed, and that every
thing will be on the level, there Is
no doubt that people who taor
square, horseraclng will come
through and assist ai much as they
The day will open with a ball
game, and It will be made aw Inter
Island affair If possible. TTten the
motor-cyclists have been asked to
put on a five or tan-mile race that
will show the wonderful pace the lit
tle machines can get up. Several
new trottera nave eume dowi, from
the Coast lately, and with tho ma
terial already available on fahu,
there should be some exciting events.
The running horses will he all Ha
waiian bieil, and some speedy gee
gees are at present on the Island.
The plan Is being pished with n
vim that promise well and there Ii
no doubt that oi ce tie public see
that the game Is on thu square, thora
should be no difficulty In reviving
the race game, which flourishes on
Hawaii and Maul, but appears to be
dead on Oahu. At taplolant Park
there will be no gate nouey, ai d the
sport will bo fcxit going for I port's
What could be better than to sit
around unaer tne oeauiuui trees at
nupiumni rum aim every uuw u
vkuiu uu ncuicu iu mo imamus
silk and the Jingle of spurs. Hone
racing, when conducted properly, Is
ibe best on (forth, and tie sight of
hree or four "horses straining ne:k
and, neck for the wire at the end of
a. well-nn mile or so, li something
that brings a man's hecrt Into his
mouth and makes him yll with 3e-
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MILITAKY LKAtlUK. tt
i .iiay ii w. ii. it. yk. mrc linger; u
8 Kurt Shatter vs. Hospital Co. tt
tt May 15 Marines v. Cavalry,
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',, May ,sWalpami VB 1a. Wnl.
, tt alua vs. Alen.
tt July International Games.
tl Oahu Lsague.
8 ATlILtrriC PARK.
8 Mtry 15 P. A. C. vs. U..H. M. C;
tt U. A. U. vs. J. A. U.
tt , School League.
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M v 3,ilocev Tournament.
jj j,ino u Pour Hall Tournament, tt
31 Match Play.
Juno 19 Fonrwiirie.
May 21-Opcnlng'of season,
" Wnl ICun IHnals )
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8 August Inter-lslaml Tmirmment,
light that Is,
if he liar picked the
8 8 8
Centrals and Kaiulanis Win From
Normals and Royals Some
Good Youngsters Looming Up.
Two games In tho Oraninmr School
league were played yesterday after
noon and tho wlnncm wcro the Cen
trals and Kaiulanis. Tho fo-mer nine
defeated the Normals by a t,coro of
IS to 8, nnd tho latter tcan handed
the Royals a package to th, tuna of
9 to C.
Tho first ganwwa plajod nt Puna
hou, and a fair shed crowd .of fans at
tended to root for their favoiltcs. The
result of the struggle showed that tho
Central playors were, on tho day,
stronger than their oppomnti,
The second game, between tho Roy
als and Kaiulanis, was played on thu
poys' Field, and It was much closer
than the othor game at Puliation. Ku
Nan. tho catcher for tho Uoya , met
with an accident through being hit by
a foul ball on tno neaii. ite rcureu
. .. .,, n,i Ms nlace wan
lakon b Bnotr,er lad. Ku Nan. after
. tne accdent( took up the Job al third
Mam ie played good ball, loo.
Tho Normal Training 8chool made
Its debut on the baseball diamond ami
did good work for beginners. They
should do much better after they havo
,c, a.., ...w -
llttlo more practlco In actual
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games. Tno Kolumni ana iioynis if i
played their Arst games In (he Oram-
mar School league and tnoy did won.
FIFTEEN MILES RACE.
MANY TRAINING FOR
GOOD PRIZE MONEY
WILL BE PROVIDED
All Beit Distance Runners of Terri
torv Will Compete Kaoo Is
Doing Well "Charlie" Will Try
It would surprise followers of the
long-dttton.'e tunning game If they
paid n visit to the league grounds
any week afternoon nnd suw the blB
siring ui men iruiiuug wr win ui
I teen miles race that Is scheduled to
come off on May 30,
About n duien men njs out every
day, nnd some of them ire showing
temarkable pace over ten and twelve
miles. II. Oorman Is getting Into
tiptop condition once again, nnd the
man who heads him for ten mites
"Ulimild about win
race. Vincent Gomes, the winner ot
the Halelwn Marathon, Is also run
nlng as"well as ever, and yesterday
afleruoon he cut out twsive miles
at n clip that will. If n.itntalned.
8,innd him In the prlzo list for sure,
Antone Kaoo, the old Walalua
Horse, who has shown such mar
i'.vclous pace In different long-dls
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lance events, is Kui"K siruug ,u m
tiulnlng ktunts, and tho old fellow
feels conlldont that he can win on
Decoration Day. Kaoo has uch a
wonderful sprint that If he is within
distance of 'the leaders anywhere
near the flnlsh, he will surtly over-
liuul them and ones more dillghtthe
crowd by winning
The game little KalmuM Chinese,
U. K. Charlie, is going to have ani
other go at distance ritinliig. and
everyone who remembers the plucky
efforts that the lad put up in the
Marathon he competed In, knows!
that he would sooner fall dead on
the track than stop paddling his way
I'm nk Knos Is another man Who
Is miming well, and in Is paying
great attention to his ti .tilling. He
Is a fine distance runner, and should
And the flfteen-mllo Journey much to
his liking. In fact, with tho excep
tion of threo or four men, the fifteen
miles race will suit all the men bet
ter than tlyi full Marathon :ourse.
The ruco on May 30 will decide a
vexed question as to who Is the best
runner ovfl. the middle distant e. We
have had ten tnljes and twoMy-slx
miles races, and tt la pretty well
known that Kaoo Is about the best
runner. Tsukamoto, the Hllo Jap
unete, certainly gave, Kaoo sojie
tough contests, btt the old wonder
came out on top evory time.
Tho flftoen-mlle ivcnt is a now
one, and there am a lot ot men who
ran do that distant In good time,
but who can not last tbe full Mara
thon. Ayres Is going to have a try
Iu the race, and he Is getting Into
good condition. Nigel Jackson Is,
of course, In the event, and he, as
usual,, feels confident that lie can
The race will be an open ona, and
there will be six prizes, which are
as follows; First, S12G; second, IpO!
third, $3S; fourth, 125; nt'.h, $10:
sixth, $10. Kntrles are still open,
and It is expected that a number of
runners will add their names to tbe
list. Dal Fahey Is one man wto !
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'uh' "J "v u goou enuue. oi
rratt Inir it, t n Ann t ttiA t1ttti ft net
he Is also trilnlng out nt the league
The Two Jacks"
ma or wall m
m THIS AFIERNOON
Atherton Richards, and Captain Low
Will Play Best Three Out of
This afternoon on tho Hi'rotanla
courts, otio of tho most interesting
tenuis matches that hns evci been
piayed In Honolulu will tako place.
Atherton IMchnnls, tho youngest
plqyer who ecr not going pniperly
In llrst-class tennis, will tackle Cap
tain Low In the llnal of the Wall
Tho oungitcr must be given n
chance of winning ou.t, although the
heady play of Low vlll tell n lot,
The veteran Is n clajsy jilajer, nntl
has some strokes that are as good
ns anyone's. Still, joung Richards
has a fine serve, drives with great
L force, and enn place with the best
oi me local pinyers. i ne muitii
which will be best thrie out of fie
sets, should be a red-hot one from
the very sturt, and a big crowd of
spectators should attend at the
courts. Pluy will start at 1:30
Tho Wall Cup will havo n new
name engraved on It b-fore many
days have passed, and It may turn
out that the schoolboy player will
be the holder for the first time. The
cup has to be won threo times by
the same man before it btconu-i. thu
property of nnjone, and at present
Warren and Oec, both of whom are
now out of the Territory, nro the
only ones to have two legs In.
8 8 8
Fast and Exciting Games on Indoor
Court Good Matches for This
.There are nine contestants enter
ed to compete far tho championship,
Knch contestant will play olgt.t
matches, euch match, to com 1st of
three games, each gamo to be of
The first mutch was played Mon'
day between Fook On and M. C,
Webster, Fook Ou winning by til tn
1C uml2i'to 18.
Tuesday, FooU On won f ro u Is.
D. lllanchard by 21, to 4 and 21 to
12. M. V. Dccollo won from Wm.
Uascman by 21 to 20 and 21 to 13.
C, Lewis won from Webster by 21
to 19 and 21 to 8.
The games nro of the fast variety.
which Is evidenced by the rnpldlty
with which Home games are played.
Most ot them ha e been plaed off
Inside of twehu minutes, to say
nothing ot the lervlce changing
bands time and time again without
any points being scored. Some ot
the scores look like a walk-away, but
every game o far has been hotly
contested for every point.
Today M. (1. Johnston will play
V. Marcnlll ,i; Thursday, J, Nott
will play M. V. Decolto, nnd M. O.
Webster will play V. Marcalllno. Tho
games will begin at 4 o'clock and
all promise to be ot the fast ti-
8 8 8
mm BfMS ARE
' KOT TO iOSE AiAIN
Both N. 0. H. Teams Will Practise
Hard for Coming Games San
Gabriel Sailors in Match.
Sergeant Harry Is out vs itlj tho iiltl-1
matiim that the practlco fit defeatlu.T
the Hospital Co. has to bo stopped,
and he also states that the N. 0. 1 .
nlno Is llkowlso to bo put on tho tabu
list, as regards getting licked.
All members of tho First Hospttn'
Co. and First Infantry bascbalteamr
are requested to report for practlco at
tho lenguo grounds on Thursday af
ternoon. On Saturday tho N. (1. II.
will play tho Fort Rugeri, and tho
Original ileauts will go up against tho
Fort Shaffers, Darry Bays that both
his teams must win, and that he U
willing to risk having to oat another
hat If tho Ileauts go down in defeat.
The bluejackets from the San Ga
briel have been Invited te attend and
watch tho American National game be
ing played by experts. It Is thought
that the nllora will at once form ,i
tiyim and challenge Harry's Ileauts to
a game of ball. Then thcro will bo
some Joy n round Punchbowl and,
should tho men-of-warsme t win, the
P. A, C. will find some way to sign on
tho best of tho bunch for icttvo ser
vice on Hawaiian diamond!
8 8 8
DOTS AND DASHES.
Them will be a meeting c f tho Oahu
Baseball League tomorrow night, ati-1
nomo Importnut business wilt be at
tended to. Among other things llio
matter of arranging rtatna (or the in
ternational games with the WaBediU
will enmo up for consideration.
Thoro Is some talk of matchlnn Dick
Culltn with Jack McFuddeu, as soon
as tho much traveled one returnn frcm
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