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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.r 8ATUHDAY, APR. 29, 1911.
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BASEBALL SEASON OPENS
TOMORROW IN OAHUEAGUE
First Game Called at 1 :30 Between Portuguese and Ha
waiian Team Improvements Made and Games Will Be
Conducted In Best Manner Possible.
Tho samo program nbont the parade
ninl the opening of tlic l'Ml sonon of
Onhu I. rn Kile which was pin lined for
last Sunday will take pl.ue tomorrow,
and If tlio wished of the fans have
nn) thing to i1n with the matter, tho
weather for tlio next thlrt-slx hours
will be Ideal.
At 1-30 In the nftemoon tho Portu
guese team unci llnwnil cros Imts for
the opening game of the sonson, nnd
the second game of the day will bo
called at 3:30, when the Stars mill
Japnncsu teiim will Ktnrt thliiKi going.
Tony Mnrcnlllno, uiunngcr of tho
league. hnM done nil poslhle, with the
nld of tho tennf olllel.iK to seleet pood
tennis this year, nnd thnt they will
bo evenly matched In the Raines which
lire scheduled for the next few weeks
is the conclusion now drawn
Olilclals of the Athletic Park nre to
bo conRrntulated on the work which
has been done there In preparation Tor
this year's season, grandstand nnd
field both tuning undergone alterations
nnd Improvement which will be np
predated by fans and plaers alike.
The diamond thli yi-ar will In. one
of the fastest ever, nnd the whole In
and out tlelds have been raNed so
that there will be no trouble from or
dinary rains as there bus been In the
1 Olllclals of the park nnd league are
. cooperating for clean sport, and It Is
planned to have nothing objectionable
either In language, belting or any fen-
turo which can offend the mot fns- Desha, rf : W Wee. If.
tldlous, and so conduct the series that Umpires for the league season this
nil the baseball fans In the city vear are Hill Hampton nnd Sam Chit
' women as well as men will look for- llngwnrth, these pien being iinmed by
wnrd to the Sunday games as tho one Mnnngir Mnrcalllno with the consent
event which they wish to sec during of the captains and mnnngers of tho
tho week. J teams of tho league.
Tho Bchedule Hotli these olllclals are big leaguers
April 30 1.30 p m P A. C vs. 'and have had considerable experience
Hawaii 3.30 p in Stnrs vs J. A C
Hay 71-30 p m J A C. vs P
A. C 3-30 p. m . Hawaii vs. Stnrs
May 141 30 p. in- Hawaii vs J
BY THE SAINTS
Score of 6-5 at Close of Game
Lasting Full Twelve
Alter twclvo Innings of piny In which
tho Saints scoied in lUc periods and
the Puns in two, the former won out In
the baseball game at Anla Park yes-1
terday afternoon by ono tally, the Lellehua during the latter part or May, bo open uritll S o clock; on the after
score being 6-f. whin two aviators would como lure to """" ". tho Play In tho sin-
tl . , , , . . i ' i kIph tn start tho followiiK; tiny.
It was .. hard- ought game, and In. y monoplanes . ,.,,, for Lot ,,,, nnil ,,oul)leH
only two Innings did tho Puns get mcn uil ,lrol,UCO(1 nollHn to'ra ,, ,,,. miy time, from now until
Jf!i" . t.". J:'". C' l.ln.?.l!"l.i?..,l!T'..- tho blnlane several months ago. when tho dato of tho tournament opening.
Wo tho t.m dwnr 1 an'k.
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. -I. T ' " ., """ ?""' VJ . ""'for Masson ,ni,d Walker to tiring the
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nun in inn nrvi . Krf'iiiiii iiuiriii iiriiii
It was a great gamo to watch, nnd
when tho teams wero shut out tlmo
after time, tho crowd of rooters for tho
opposition went almost wild with Joy.
Tho scoro by Innings, hits and line
Ilun 11010200000 16
Uuso lilts.. 1 2 2 110 0 12 0 0 J 11
niuis o o o o d 2 o o o o o o r.
Base lilts.. 0 00001111U0 0 I
Urrors St. LouIh -I, Punahnu 10.
St. Louis Knne. rf.; Swan, 2b ;
Markbam, lb.; Sliver, ss.; Nye, c;
Mm del, 3b.; Sponccr.lf: Janssen,
cnptaln, p.; W. Hnlllnger, ss.-lh.; J.
Pinnhou-Hil Keo rf.; Kong Tali
... Kim Wnl. 2b; Kwul Toon, p ;
Kwul Sclioon. Hi ; Wndsworth
Quintal, ss ; MtSlockcr, captain, if,
Umpires Punn nnd Whltsnn.
FAND0M AT 'RANDOM
The Kelo University baseball tenm
passed through Honolulu on tho Mnn
churln en route to tho States for n
Berles of ball games. Tho trip wns'by tho military minorities and taken
nrruKSed by tho University of Wis
consin tenm which went to Jnpansome
tlmo ngo and played a series of games
In tlio cmplro of tlio Mikado.
Athletics of nil ltlnds seem to he,
taking a brace all ovor tho territory
Tho movo of tho nowly organized
tourist bureau to living nthlntlc teams
from the Mainland and tho oiicut
blinuhl bo strongly commended.
"Whipple Hnll nnd his family left
yesterday for Australia, whero the ml! -
llounlro nvlntnr win arrnngw n series
of flights for Mnsson nnd Walker, In
A. ( 3 SO p. m : Stnrs s. P A C
Mav 211 30 p in.: Stars vs J. A.
'. :i 30 p in.: P A. (.'. vs Hawaii.
May 2S r30 P In.: Hawaii vs.
Stars. 3.30 p in : .1 A C s P. A ('
June 41-30 p in: Stars s. P. A.
c 3-30 p. in.: Hawaii vs .1. A. C.
June 111:30 p. in: P A. f vs
Hawaii; 3:30 p. in.: J. A. C vs. Stars. In spite of the fact that the regular
Juno 181:30 p. in.: J. A. C vs. P. baseball season onens tomorrow, thero
A. f .1:30 p. m.: Stnrs vs. Ilnwall. will bo a largo crowd to see the races
Juno 26 1:30 p. m.: Hawaii vs. J. A. which aro to bo pulled off at Pearl
.'. 3:30 p. in : P. A. vs. Stars. Ilnrbor. the first of tho season of 1911,
July 21:30 p. in.: Stnrs vs. J. A. C. wlikh promises to be one of tfle hlg-
3:30 p. m.. Hawaii vs. P. A. C. I got 111 the yachting world of Hawaii
July 9 1:30 p. m.: Hawaii vs. Stars. All the ynchtlng fiends have been
3:30 p. m : J A C. vs. P. A. C. busy this week In getting their sailers
July 101:30 p in.: Stars vs. P. A. ready for the cruise nnd rare, and
C. 3:30 p. in : Hawaii vs. J. A. C. the Hawaii was brought up from
Players on tho four teams In tho Pearl Harbor the middle of the week
league who will nppear on the diamond to take a large party down, this fa
tomorrow afternoon nre: moils sailer leaving from Port street
Stars All Toon, r j tlnes or W. at :' this afternoon
Williams. P ; Tom YeuT lb : 13 Per-
nnndcz, 2b; Th Ting. 3b.; Kan Yen, pump In the morning tomorrow, and
s ; Sumner, ef . (VSiiIIIvan, rf.; It. aflerwnrd there will be a race for the
Chlllliigworth. If , wnns, tho trophy being tho Jaeger
Japanese Athletics llrllo. c : Hspln- Cup
da, p : Aknna. lb . franco. 2b.; Joo Utter In tho day the larger boats
Itoss. 3b : H Chlllliigworth. ss.; II. will get Into the game for a try-ont.
Walker, of: II Zerlie, If: Ah Sam, rf. Just to see how everything Is working,
Portuguese Athletic Louis Sonres, and the trophy for the winner" of this
c ; Thos. Pfdro, p : M. Dcponte. lb.; event will bo r clock.
A Hiishnell. ;b : Alfred Souzn, 3k; XI "Senslckness will not be an excuse
It. Kieltas, ss ; O Madeira, cf.; Ol- for absence," Is the wny Secretary Mn
mos. If.. A P I.liio. rf. goon of the club puts It, nnd nil niem-
Hnw-nll Thomas, c ; Lota, p ; lln-
inauku, 2b: Dreleil lb; Mnrkhain, 3b.;
In baseball They know the game, and
their decisions will go. It Is of no use
for tho players to try browbeating
them when It comes to decisions. .
FLY AT LEILEHUA
iclub, Thompson; Mnnoa club. Beard
more; Pncllle club, Iluttolph; Here-
acw.y win nave nan 5 .. wo :- .'L , lmv
Aviators Give a Flight
at Big Post.
lit fore Whipple Hall left for Aus
tralia esterduy afternoon, final nr-
rnngoinents wero mndo by him with
Jacl. Scully for nn aviation meet at
I " " the nrst nights of any nvi-
ator n the Tirrltcwy, but It lemalned
monoplanes, both Ulerlot birds, to Hu-
wnll. which thev will do next month,
nrrlvlng on the Wllheimlna.
On account of lack of cooperation
by the public In the last meet, when
many went only ns fnr as tho road.
and looked down Into the Held with-
i,i iiniilmf .1 mint In HAn lllfu H II I
nt Lellehua an.l run special trains
there for tho accommodation of vis
Jack Scully and 1M Lewis were tho
principals In bringing tho llrst blrdnun
heie, ami Scully will again tin III the
game ,, oruig .nese o,e- m ,.,,
wh.ro Hall went yesterday to make
Tlio Ulerlot maclilne has but ono
pair of wings, nnd when nt n grent
height hi tho nlr resembles a largo
I'lrd moro than any other typo of fljer
( "," ,nr "iiisiruciru ..y urn.. ... rX...,ru
J HlA lltlflflP till
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lhn .ri.. er- ii... m.iisi. ri..,.,ei.
an.l It Is capable of extreme speed.
It Is likely thai tills meet at tho big
post will be followed by somo Instruc -
tlnn by theso blrdmen to such ofll-
rers as may bo designated to tnkn the
(lights nnd lenrn something of navi
gation of the nlr.
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up with "Washington,
FIGHT FILMS "TONIGHT
AT 0RPHEUM THEATER
Hilillo reniHlidesi promises tho flRht
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runs tho nest tiling iney nnvo ev. r
seen III tho lino of scrup pictures when
ho puts on tho Jeffries-Johnson film
at tho (irpheuiii tonight.
Thef.o films nro tho bwt right pie -
tures ever tiilten, uccordlng to thoso
who have seen them on the mainland,
, nnd If tho sports of tills city wish to
see the real thing, nicy win journey
'over to the Orplieum tnnlRlit to see
tlieso tllins of tbo Iteno scrap
TO PEARL HARBOR
Chowder Tonight and Races
On Tomorrow to Start
This nftemoon the yachts of the
Hawaii club left for Pearl Harbor, and
lonlKht there will be great doings when
the big crowd sits down to the chow
der, for which appetites will be
whetted by the fresh ulr of tho trip
down In the open boats
It Is the opening of the season, and
The pearls will laco for n bilge
bers aro to bo present today and to-d
morrow without fajl
PnmmitiPP AnnnilltPfl tfl Hf4VP
OUIIIIIIIULL HpjJUIIIlLU IU ndVt,
Charge of Championship
Play In May.
Arrangements for tho championship
tennis tournnment have been put Into
shape now with tho .appointment of n
committee by C. O. Ilockus, who will
luivi chargo of tho play on the differ
ent courts. o
Those appointed nre: Neighborhood
the play on nil these courts and not
(online It to Pncllle and Ilcrctanhi
com ts, ns has been done In tho past
Tor this reason, a member' from nidi
club 1ms been appointed on tho com
mittee. Tho entry book for tho tournnment
Is now open nt 11 O. Hall's,, nnd will
nnd nil these, entries are to l made
ncroro 11)8 singles open on amy n.
This Is tho most extensive piny of
the year 111 the tennis world here, nnd
all those who Intend In try for tho
'cliamplonshlp slioiild have their names
In as soun as possible, i
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PAMnflM AT RANDOM
rHIMUUIVI HI nHlilUUUI
.ben tbo Jencrlns-JohnM,,. fight
pictures weio exhibited In tho Btatos
tho audiences woio comiiosed of
lad leu to tho olent of foity per rout.
Tlniso ladloH who wish to lako a look
t l0 pictures III Honolulu need nut
fc0 )ilt.kwur,i nnl)llt HR tn (ll0
,,0 ,, f I2cl, rcrnn.l MiyH
, Wcl "" '"' wuhlH Ibeiu
l"ur0 lo Kt,o ",u Brcuicni ufiiii pic-
turcs oer hUown.
Klto Io-iiiih will prolnbly cotuisiso
Onhu Junior Lcaguo, Iho season of
wlileli opcim III Juno. Thoio will I hi
bomo Kicai hall when Hie JmiiI.im
lrlko llielr gait and tlm fans will
llavo oinothlne to sou nloiifT with Hie
KfttuCH or Hie senior loaguo, Tor tlio
, two will run along together for two
llnsohall to-inoirow nnd overy suc-
cceilliiB Sunday until July Hi. when
Pa" Icagoo season closes That will
I ho bomo hall, and llioso who waul to
go to ino country ran titko a run out
In seo Sugar Lcaguo gamos going on
nt tho sumo time.
All V'ltll rttou ,..i,,u ilnli'ii ,,, A.IiIa.Im
, , ,.
Park to-iiionon i.f ernoon ten
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"10 I1"" Ramon of Iho liiihoball son-
h"" to uami l.euguo is going to
do tilings this eiu
Walpahu vs Alea, at -Wnlpnhu, nnd
Hwa vs Walanae, at IJwn, nro tlio
scheduled games hi the Sugar League
W e k I y II u 1 1 c 1 1 n 1 ifrr jenr,
a Saturday, April 29.
a Baseball St. Louis vs. lllglia,
a Hawaii Yacht Club Onnsu
a Pearl Harbor Chowder
a Sunday. Acrll 30.
a Onhu Lcaguo Season Opens Two a
a names: Portngucso vs. NntUo a
a Sons; Now Team vs. Japanese a
a Ilascball, Sugar League, Wnlpa- a
a Im vs. Alca nl Wnlp.ihu. Rwu i:
a vs. Wnlnnae at Kwa. a
a Opening Hawaii Yacht Clnh Sea- a
a Eon Uncos at Pearl Harbor. a
a Monday, May 1. a
a Baseball Puns, s. Kains, Alex- a
a trndor Field. a
a Friday, May 5. tl
a Ilaseball runs, vs Knnis. at a
a Basketball ICallhl vs. Y. II.
a A., at Honolulu.
a Saturday, May 6.
a Baseball St. Louis vs. Highs,
a Monday, May S.
a Baseball, Kams vs. St. Louis,
a Saturday, May 13.
a Smokef Ilealanl Bn.tl Club a
a House. a
a Wednesday, Mjy 17.
a Championship Tennis Tourim-
a incut, Singles Commences
a l-'oitr Courts.
a Monday, May 15.
a Baseball Highs vs. Knnis.
a Saturday,. May 13.
a Clolf nt Country Club I'rcsl
a dent's Cup Play.
a Sunday, May 14.
a Oolf at Country Cltili l'rcsl
a dent's. Cup Play.
a Territory Tennis Championship ia
a Tournament. a
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a a a a a u a a a a a a a a a a a a
Charles Edward Russell, Fam
ous Correspondent, Secured
For Public on May 5.
In rerponc to nn limiilry as to
whether Charles IMward llussell, the
noted Journalist, could stop nnd lec
ture hero nn his way to tho States
from tile Orient, Julius Uoensteln yes
tcsduy nftemoon recnlvcd a ciiblogrnin
from Mr. Ilussclt stilting thnt lie will
be In Honolulu for n sliiRle dny, Fri
day. May r, nnd will ilellicr a public
lecture on tho afternoon of that day.
Arrnngements have been mndo for
him to lecture nt 2 30 o'clock In the
afternoon on the roof garden of tlio
Young Hotel. ..Tlio, loinnilttce in
chaiRC, which Includes Dr John T.
CSulick unU Itev. A. A. Eborsolo, mi-
nounces that tho lecture will be free,
nnd thnt tho general public Is Invited,
Mr. nussell has had u simulating
career as n reporter trnvcier, special
correspondent anil poet, n career which
has littcd him to lie u most Interest
ing lecturer. Undoubtedly n Inrgo num
ber of Honolulu peopl will nvall them
selves of this opportunity to hear him.
ELI LOSES FOUR
OF ITS GOLF STARS
This jenr Iho Yalo golf team will
bo minus four of lis best plnycis, lost
through graduation In June. Tho blue
has not given up hope of regaining
Its supremacy, however, In lnterco
leglato circles. Those who will bo
among the missing whert tho college
Inns gather for tlio nnniuil tourna
ment at llallusrol In September in
cludo Robert Hunter, tho Intorcol
leglato champion; Hairy I.egg, tbo In
tercollegiate champion; Hurry Lege,
the tratiH-MlsslsalppI tltlo holder; II.
P. Merrinmii, twlre"ehainplon of Con
necticut, nnil Karl K. Mot.Kor..
On tlio other band, Robert (lardner,
the ISO',! national champion, Is Htill
available. Ilo Is tlio Ynlo captnln
now nnd will bo uble to call upon
such players as 0. ''O, Waldo, ,1a ,
Slnnley, Dunlap' and Btnlnrr. Vahlo,
who belongs to tho Brooklyn Country
Club, Is one, of tlio must promising of
tbo Jew men. Ho made an excellent
showing In tho Connecticut tourna
ment, hint mimtnor.
Ynlo lins matches scheduled with
Harvard, Prlnrtnn, Williams nnd tho
Now Haven Country Club this spring
Class contests alto will bo in order
A. A. U, BOXING
IIOSTON, Mass., April II. Tho an
nual national boxing championships
of the. Amatnur A(,Htlc Union held
In Mechhnlcs' llulldtug Inst night at
tnicterl neui-ly liOOO persons to wit
ness tho eliinlnatlnn. of tlio rawest
material from u list of iilnoty-two
Nineteen bouts w-cro run off, whllo
n number, especially In tbo heavy;
weight class, In which thero wero nn
trials, go Into the finals todny on
byes. Tlio 115-pound class wiih the
moat popular, getting soven of tho
Ono of tho surprises wiir tho defeat
of Gllbort Callnnt, of ChelBca, by
Trunk Ilufuguls, of tlio National A. C
of Ilrooklyn, N. Y., In tho 12r-pound
class. Another Intorostlng bout wns
tho dofent of John Crowley, of Paw
tucket, It. I by Julius Los8lor, of
tho National A. 0 of Now York, by
n knockout In tho third round In tlio
OGJ-BULLETIN ADS PAY-?R1
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?&nffifu2jrw& KlQwFJ. oly4?c -J:ny!t,4A ?l j- vivy-t v -!?
The pictures are clean all the way through. 40 per
cent of the big audiences that saw the pictures in the
states were ladies.
Admission . -.. ""S I
only, commen- feJ 1
JOHNSON-JEFFRIES CLINCH ISKC25J u-tt fl
Orplienim Theater I
JORDAN INTRODUCING JACK JOHNSON
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EXHIBITED BY EDDIE FERNANDEZ
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