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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T,. IL, TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1910. (
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RUNNERS IN liOOD
TRYOUTS ON SUNDAY
AT LEAGUE GROUNDS
Walking Race to Be Feature of the
Afternoon Oxygen Machine to
Be on Exhibition.
On May 30 the much-talked of fit-
teen "miles runnluir rnco will lake
nlaco nl tho I en rue cnniriclx. nmi
ludclnc fmm thn wjv tho men are
lecllng off the miles. very fast lime
will lm mil mi litf thn nlnnnr. Thn
uxlcon machine will ho on exhibit
lion, and the effects of tho dope Willi"
usioiiisn inn spectators. To see ,
man nhKolfftoly run to a standstill
and thon, after taking a whiff of i ,.
mc oxygen, siuri on aircsu anil cui,h
out the laps at a fast rate of speed,
wilt make tho crowd think that we
are really up to date In Hawaii. St HONOLULU CI.UI).
Quito u bunch of runners havo1 Mny 31 Match Play,
taken up their quarters at t1B Juno 19-ouome.
grounds and, except for sloeplng.n s,0M.ntaB of" .
spend all their tlmo there. nach a ' Tennis
man has a corps of rubbors down and My iwal! Cup., '(Finals.)
trainers aiid separate rooms aro pro- Mny igAnnual champlon.hlp.
vldod for each competitor. All Is n j,e ll-j-PruKrcaslvo Tourun
bustlo and activity every afternoon St ment.
ahd tho runners nro taking the com- tt Yachting.
Ing raco very seriously. I tt Juno S Macfarlano Cup.
Anlouo Kaoo.lho ot, Wa.ajua' J'WrenJaee.
horse, may not, aftor all, run In tho ,, ... .A-T.i1, ,
Dfteen miles race. Ho at first tnldV
be would take part In the contest J y
but then Is alleged to havo licked jj
becauso the prUo money had been u
dlvlden Into six lots. Three prltes m
only Is what Kaoo wants, but aa that
wuuia iiuruiy wj iiio ininR. ine uiu
woildorcan nlouso hlmjulf about
competing or not. It would senti to
be better to have dalf a Joicn prizes
even If the fourth, .fifth end alxth
nro small aa then tho men who try
thclr best over the long Journey will
get soraothlng to rcconfpenae them
tor their hard work and sovero train
All tho prominent distance run
ners are cntorlng for the evont, and
Jackson, Ilajcs, Kuliy. Gorman, Mai
sakn ami several other stars will
meet on the eventful day.
There Is to bo a walking raco also
ou tho day pf tho fifteen miles run,
and Ayrca, Sullivan and a couplo of
others are expected to face the start
er. Last 8unday thero was a big
crowd of runners and followers of
the gamo out at tile league ground",
and same tall sprinting over a flvo
miles course was Indulged In.
uonnio uayps aim .lackson uiu tno
flo miles Irt thlrty-thrco minutes,
uud Gorman, who flnlshod third, took
half a minute longer to do the Jour
ney., llao, who is snmnwliat or a
boxer, Is running we1', and If he
doea as, well at the foot gamo as ho
did fit the mitt sport, ho should go
closo to getting one of tho prizes.
L. Rosa, who got Into third place
In the Kalakaua avonue annual walk
ing rnco, wl)l take part In the heel-and-toe
event at tho league grounds.
He. ,1s covering tho ground In good
styo, and wllLtnakc Uio rest of tho
bunch epeed up to be'at blm.
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The Uawaljan Gun Club will ho I
Its regular weekly shoot tomorrow
afternoon and all tho cracks are In
readlpess to do good work over tho
known ami unknown angle traps
down at Kakaako, Major Long has.
a leg In for tho cup, which has tojnls championships will takn place to
Uo won tliree times before It becomes
tho property of any man.
Our place, is the resort of men who appreciate com
fort, good taste, gooji service, good fellowship.
Stay a mintjxe or an hour; buy or not,
"It'sXhe Fashion "
ftotel near,For.t "Tho Two Jaoks"
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It thu SportliAj Editor, I) til lot In. tt
St Baseball. tt
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tt May 21 Mnrinca a. Tort Shaf- tt
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tt May 22 N, 0. II. vs. Cavalry, tt
st PLANTATION LBAUllK.
I St July international'. Games.
It: Oahu Lea'gu.
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tt Marines vs. J. A. C.
Mnv 22 Mil Hocks vs. Asahl;, St
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g May 31 llogoy Tournament.
st Juno 11 Four Ball Tournament, tt
M UM 8hoot
July 4 Inter-Island moot,
Trans Paelflc-iYaeht rt.ca.
tt July 9 StarUfrorajSan Podro.
St World's. Ctismplenstilp Flnht,
St July 4 James Jeffries Va. Jack St
St Johnson. tt
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DOTS AND DASHES FROM
A flnni attempt will be made on
Thursday evening to gel the Press
baseball league going. J. W. Drow
sier, "Tho UooHtcr," Is working hard
to get the nowapupermen, Interested
In the affair, and the meeting that
has been nyranged for Thursday
evonlng at the Young Hotol should
bo well attended.
McLoughlln and long have been
Invited to go to Kngland and com
pete against the tlrltlsli players In
tho preliminary rounds of tho Davis
Cup. Tho winners will hcrvo tho
privilege of playing tho Australians,
who at present hold the tnuch-covol
ed trophy. .
LobI night there was a one-mile
skating race at the Princess o-lnk and
Joo Forrest won It. Parkinson got
Into second place, and Marcus third.
Tho time was three minutes, and,
considering tho size of the rink, this
must be considered satisfactory.
Lester Pctrlo returned to the Is
lands this morning and he says thai
the trip did him a lot of good, 'the
popular "Pete" was met by a bunch
of friends, who wero all glad to soo
The drawings fur the annual ten-
day as toon as tho entries nro
KAMS DEFEAT OAHU
' COLLEGE TEAM
CLOSE GAME IS
PLAYED; SCORE, 4-3
Brilliant Catchei in Outfield by Ka
mehameha Boys Hilikaa Pitch
At Alexander Held jestcrday aft
ernoon the Kumehamcha baseball
nine won their first victory In the
tchool scries. The Oahu College nine
wore defeated by a scoro of 4 to 3.
after ou exciting game that might
have been u win fur cither side, with
a bit of luck. Tho l'uiit, scored one
run In their first Inning, and tno
Kama at unco responded with uno In
their half of tho first. It was seen
that tho gumo was going td he a
closo one and tuoro or less n pilch
Mlllkaa did excellent work, and
his curves bccmed to worry tho Puns
a Ilrst. Later on they did not try
lo land too hard on him and did bet
ter. Mlllkaa all tick put tlx men,
It i and be was well supported by
tjtiui her, Kaulil. The Puuabou I
tt lery was formed by Iloogs rtnd III
and the former struck out thrco
There was ,h good crowd on the
ground and tho rooting was Im
mense. Tho Kum supporters did
things In tit)lo, and cheered their
ti'.im ou to victory.
In tho becoud Inning tho Pun 3
scored one run -am! led by two tu
one. Then In the fourth" thy again
added one run. and things looked
good for them. The Kam, ho wet or,
got things going and scored twq In
their half of tho rourth and tied Ino
bcore. Thon there was nothing do
lug for thrco Innings, but In the
eighth tho Kama again made a run
and led, by I to 3. Tlif ninth effort
of tho Puns resulted In a goose egg
and tho Kama did not have to go to
Three now players appeared on
the Knm team, and they were Llnd
bey, Opunul and Hosea. The new
comers did well enough tor a first
effort, and they should Improve a lot
as they get some more practise,
Some flno running catches wero
mudo by tho Kara lads, and In the
eighth and ninth Innings they ex
celled themielvea. Tho boys can
certainly run some, and their book
ing of the halls out of tho air waJ
The school scries Is going strong,
and aomo remarkably good games nro
being plajed by tho students. Many
of tho boys are good enough to play
In the Junior leagues and some ot
them do so. It Is from the school
that the next generation ot ball play
ers Is to come, and It la goiTd tit see
the lads making such a flue.stab at
tho national game.
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Tho second truma in all the
school clubs are starting up a league
of their own, and regular matches
nre being arranged betweon the dif
ferent nines. This afternoon the
High School second nine will tackle
the St. Louis College bos and the
game will bo played on (ho Puna-
The Kalulanl Scnool and the Nor
mal Training School will play this
afternoon at tho I to) a' Kleld Instead
ot at Aala Park. The Centrnl Oram
mar School and Bt, Louis teams'w.111
play at Aala,
MIMA! SCHOOL US
FINE MSBIIL LEAOUE
Boys Report They Can Not 'Join in
Town Series sanakiia Heals
Down at Wnlnlce tho boys take
tho greatest Interest In ImmiiiuII, and
tho following letter from tho man
ager of tho school teams explains It
self: Uojs' Industrial School,
Walalce. May 1C, 1910.
To Sporting Kdltor of tho liven
ing 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n. City.
Dear Sir: Will you kindly pub
lish this following uotlco In jour 'm
per and obllgo?
Wo have read nbout tho schools of
Honolulu forming tho Grnnimur
School League. Wo regret that our
school Is so far awuy that wo were
unable tu enter a team.
Wo lUke great Interest In tho
American national game, and have
formed a league of our own, tho bo)
ot tho school having been divided
up to make thrco teams, namely,
Walalce, Lanaklla and Ouwchono.
Wo hae splendid material, such
as liac defeated the famous Wnlnluu
aggregation. Tho first gnmo of the
scries wna pl.ijcd at Walalce ground.
Tho Walulco and Lannkiln base
ball toama crossed bats last Satur
day afternoon at Walnlco grounds,
tho game resulting In a scoro of 8
to 7 In favor of tho Walnlco aggre
gation. The lineup ot tho two teams was:
Walalce Tom ilrlght, c; Heniy
K. Domingo (enpt.). p.; Albert
Kniic, lb.; Sam Keawc, 2b.; Moku
ote. Ken, 3h.; Sing Ileo, ss.; . Ah
Tuck, rf.; Geo. Knuwc, cf.; John Ma
Lanaklla Markham, p.; Moses
Kalelwahl, c; J M, Johnson (capt.),
lb.; t'red Survun, 2b.; Llllnnc, 3b.:
A. l-'ornnudcz, ss.; Ah Moon... IC
Harry Sam Ku. cf.; Sol. Kahale
The score by Innings:
Lnunklta 0 00400111 7
Umplic, Gcurgo ..alllwal; tlmo of
game, 1 hour 35 mlnuto.
Outrigger Club to Be En Fete on
evening oi Jnne 10 Illumi
nated Canoes in Procession.
The Outrigger Cihoo Club has cap-
lured the McttacH and tho Mcltacs
havo captured tho club. On Juuo
10, tho day brfore Kumehamehn
Day, the Outrigger Club will bo
given oter to fcust and frolic, tho
Opera Houso will be closed for that
evening, and the stock company will
Help the Outrlggerltes entertain
their frleids. Thero will be n chow,
dcr and feast on tho grounds of tho
club, u nurllng carnival during tho
afternoon, and at night dances at
tho SouMilu and Moanu hotels, as
wcll-us oh the now clghty-by-torty-
foot Outilgger laual that will ho
completed for tho occnslon.
Thero will ho a procession of II
lumlnatcd canocH and surflug at
night with the boaid searchlights,
Kenneth Atkinson having perfected
this device nt tbo last night surfing
carnival, fomo six hundred dollars'
worth of the tickets for tho enter
tainment were sold last week entire
ly among Jlio club members, nnd the
ladles are to tako hold within a tow
The club hopes to put In n thou
sand dollars' worth ot Improve
ments on tho grounds aa a result ot
the entertainment. It Is proposed to
complete much of tills work In ad
vame of the entertainment, so that
those who assist may enjoy the re
sults of their efforts. The grounds
will be brilliantly Illuminated on tho
Hlght" of (he toiith of June'; there
will be music, dancing, Mcltacs and
merriment everywhere, and ovoryone
Is Invited In tho feast arAl frolic
that la, evorjouo who haB n dollar
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Polo la onre more coming In, and
already the plaera are talking of
getting Into form for tho coming
season. Maul, Kniml, Oahu and tho
Klfth Cavalry will tako part in the
games, ami some fine exhibitions' fit
the best sport of till should bo given
Arrangements have been .mudo
whereby ponies can be stabled at
Moanalua at nil expenso .of about
$30 per' month". " Thls'should be very
tatlsfactpry In those who Intend to
go In for the gamo this 5 car.
Lewis beat Johnston In a handball
mutch ut tho Y. M. C. A. )estorday,
The score wns 12-2U 21-13 and 21
20. Marcalllno and St. John 'also
plajed, and the former wonf 21-18,
21-20, This afternoon Decolto and
Nott will play their match.
The Ma 4 1 horse races prnmlse to
the bi'bi ever, and nlreadti a lot
of ncoiile" are talking of r.ruklnir the
trip to the moat hospitable, Island of
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