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' 0' , r - M J ! '!. : "t rt (i :.' 'i 'i . . 1 " '. "I t UO' ' t: " ' V" .v ' s: 12 KVCNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY, MAlt. 14, 1D08. A 1 '"'"K J HONOLULU SPORTDOM INCIDENTS I . - j - anus m ii NS 1MH II Hit o. fnu-i.iio Ohuniura Hung Ynu, OOOOOOOOOOOO OO OOOOOOOOOOO OO OOOOOOOOOOOO .1 l,o. Hampton. Cn Sue. Y M (.'. A J I.", J Woo. I'nlo vnutt High school: K. An- diows, W. Hmial, (1. Holt, (1. Mos-i-nian. Y. M. C. A.: Albert Oolanux, .1 Kcu, l'r.ink S. Wan en. High Jump High School: 12. An drews, V Marcalllno, SltiB Hung .1. 1 l.o, lln Sue, (i Holt. Y. M. O. A.: 'I- S. Warren. J Ken. A. Uolnnux, .1. 1,0, (1 Warren. 1 Shot put High School: K. An- ! drew, J. 1.0. W. KIiik. S. L. White. Sam Wight. Y. M. C. A.: Cllf Trncy. Ulchntd Vcnhiilzon, O. K. All the entries aro now In for (ho Kwnllko II S. Chanillcr, C. H. Med- MB meet next Saturday. ""High tnlf Sehool, Knmehamcha nml Y. M. C. Hammer throw Y. M. 0. A.: 0. A have teams ontcreil. I'roni h look Trni-y. II. Ycnhulzoli, (1. K. Kwnllku. at the list of entries It wouhl Beem II. 8. r'hamllor. Kams, Y.M.C.A. High,, Mills Institute, Are Entered OUTRIGGER CLUB Splendid Scheme For Making Use Of Honolulu's Magnificent Beach For The Greatest Sport On Earth . . OOOOOOOOOOOO OO OOOOOOOOOOO OO oooooooooooo th.it there UI1 ho nomu hard light ing In the meet one week from to il., .v. I 100 ynrtls dash High School: Wni. Illcu (Capt.). Hung Ynu. O II. InguilH, Sing Hung, Jolin lu. Win. Hampton, .loo Clemens. Daniel Al (la. En Sue. Y. M. C. A.: John Woo, John C l.o. 220 ynrdB ilaih High School: W. Itlco. Hung Ynu, Sing Hung, John Ui. W. Hampton, Joe" Clemens, l).-n Arcla, lln Sue. H. Andrews, S. I.. White. Y. M. C. A.: John l.o, John Woo, .liihn Cnioy. 120 yards hurdle High School: 0. II. Ingalls. i:. Andretts, L. Aihleu, W. Hooiial. Y. M. 0. A.: Geo. War leii, J. I). Cocklmrn, John Woo. 440 yards dash High School: W. Itlec. U. Andrews. S L. White. W. lluinptou, Joo Clemens. Y. M. C. A. I'. A. llcchcrt. John Caroy. .SSO nnls run High School: W. ltlce, H. AnilrewR, A. K Norton. Y. XI. C. A.' V. A'. Ilochort. John Carey. C I). Jlelvln. Mile mil High School: A. K. Noilim Y M. C. A ' A llcchcrt. J. Carey. C llunu. O 1) Mt-Kin. Mills Institute- i: Wl' Collin III mil Jump High School: V Honolulu Is to have n clubhouse at Wnlltlkl beach for surf-hoardera and those interested in canoe-surllng. Mr. Stout, manager of the Seaside Hotel, and Proprietor Lclshmttn have at the niucst of Alexander Hitma ford given the site nnd "Jack" At kinson has promised to promote ami i.lfrnnlyn tlin cllfli ..(. yards dash Y. M. C. A.: J. lurton lMme3 ,, u K, llonlno Im. J Woo jn0 rcBs(ore,i ns t,0 ftrat and meat Mall mne anil nine relays r.aiiro-.., ....... High Sellout, Y. M. C. A. and Kn- mehamehn teams enter. Kamohnmohn team: V. Mackenzie, I .1. MiCundlcss, W. Dentin, C. Lyman,1 1'. Cummlngs, 11. Murray, A. Alnma, I L. Ilolstoln, I) Kaiiialoplll,.J. Knpu, .1. t'a. 11. Maby, J. Wright, A. Whit ing, T. Noiton. II. S.iwaguchl, J. llar tcls, J. Hal, A Lota, C. l.tvlngston, It. KahlM. J. Joslah, I). Makcknu, I" Kanne. O. Jones. C. Maknnul, K. Campbell, C. Kalllhlwa, A. Itobln ton, .1 I..ivha, II. Kimpaua, L. K.ui latia. II. Hnbliifon, L. Kallmnpeh'.i, W. I'uaol, A. Akanit. t: :t :: Prank Ooteh, the wrestler, s.ivi he can throw Joo Itosors live times In an hour. Thnt would make a pleasant little culertalume.it for ev en hotly hut lingers and hU frlondii, but. hay Krntilt, Isn't Hnckensdirildt on hl3 way to ihls country? S f V In llgurlng up the iclatlvei niei'.U of .i. Hi lit and II Knleoti It niu.t m t be iivei looked that the Dane has m'or nl the only kroi l.out uhnwn In Ibe tlt-el'?ht roiling. inthutilahtlc uon-rcsldeut members. esterday Holmes nnd I'oril were Undying nnd photographing thu la nalu along the beach with a view of fcuggostlng deulgns for the clubhouse, vhlch will be nlmost entirely lanal. Tho land for the club lies nlong the bink of tho itroam separating the ScaIde and Moana Hotel giounda The club will see to It Hint their pioporty Is not toyed with by eery tide A channel will be kept open Just wide enough to admit the passage and exit of n large outrigger lanoe The lagoon will bo used for really the home of tho outrigger ca- mon nnd Filendly Islands for other noo club, as It la todny. Here the types of South Sen Island canoes, fo Princess Kalulanl ordered her crow I thnt In time ltnwnll will have tho to launch tier canoe, nnd, scntcd In most perfect collection of typical out tho prow, she gave directions Us wo llggcr canoes-In commission In tho came sailing In upon the billows, ! world. and I was Initiated Into the grandest "It broko my heart," he said, "to hid of sport the world over. 1 bc-'sco at Apia u magnificent Samoan Hove thnt the building of a lanat for war canoe capable, of holding 300 thoso who wish to own canoes hut'wnrrlors the last of Its kind lot- Diamond Heads Shaping for Ball Season Tho Diamond Head baseball team Dan Kelly, Champion, Losses Again New York, N. Y., March 3. Law 1 HU iiwmuiiu ...- ,....... .- - - .,- -. --- -- Is turning out for practise regularly ron Robertson of the IrlBli-Anierlcnn twice n week, nnd It Is said that Athletic CltlU, won mo UO-ynrU In there Is n good array of talent In Its i havo no, place (p keep them, Is n splendid Idea, and there should bo a large non-resident membership. I understand that the expenses of ting on tho beach, becnuso tho tler ninn Kmpcror, nftcr ncccptlng the gift, refused permission asked by n native crew to sail It to Germnny. It maintaining the club will bo mnall; I was such n canoo thnt 800 yours ago no rent to pay. plant your own trees, brought tho first Samoans from the and ns for tilling In that part of tho Island of Savall to the Island of Hn ground on tho creek side thnt sonic-1 wall. I would like to sco our club times washes nwny, It's n safo gntn- secure that canoo and repair It be bio thnt my friend Kurd wilt have fore It Is too late. Then let a crew every small boy within n mile . of of llnwullans and Snvailnns put her Walklkl 'coiilestlng with each other In commission for tho long trip n b to which can (111 unit sink the most and why not? 1 was told In Samoa iiind-bags In a given time. Ho will . Hint once there was it regular cato flnd u Tom Sawjcr among them, nnd ' moran canoe line between Snmoa and they will do the rest Ab rio drinks Hawaii, and the canoe at Apia Is rasypijw1 t"T "wPf '"B ' vta BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBliBBBBBBBBBBViBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW' bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbWTbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW BBBBBBBBBHHILBBBBBBlsBKS31liBBBBBfliBBBBBBl)IMSBHA' T ' -WUCfif.a ufiswiscyCAir-'-,! 'fefSPJ "t." J&x . ;,' w"ilft. . us,'a:Vs! rflBi' -.. I ".T- H- L" .B"Jf 'fJ2 S)Hwi f. ( .Vj --M SEASIDE BEACH OUTRIQaEIl CLUB HEADQUARTERS ranks. While none of tho player? havo been selected ns yet, It Is un derstood. Just what position each man fb trying for, nnd, ns there are sev eral for each, there promises to ho nunc warm lighting to win out. The following men nre In line for positions on the team, nnd nio out practising;' Pitchers Lcsllo and W. Chilling worth. Catchers J. Kcnloha, W. Camer on, Sam Davis, Makanul. Klist llase W. Chlltlngworth, Makanul, Fernandez. Second Ilnsc J. Thompson, J. Fernandes. , Third llase Tabu, Olmos, Sopcr. Shortstop J. Amoy, E. Fernan dez., Fielders S. Chllllngworth, Arcla, Olmos, II. Williams, J, Fernandez. 1USNIT BfllL-TOSSER FAIL 10 'ill A The travelers on the transpoit Thomas are not so good nt the na ttonat game as their brothers on the , Slierman. Witness tho scores In I their games with tho National Guard 5i'Storday: Three-base hits: Sloijo 3, H.,Wul- l.er, V.n Sue, llowcn 2, Johnson. Tno-hnse hits: N. Jackson 2, Stone 2, Arcla, Tallin, Kn Sue, Holland, Darcy. Sicriflco tilts: N. Jucksoii,' Wnlk- vltatlon race nt tho Sixty-ninth games in Madison Square Gnrdcu Inst night, defeating Dan Kelly, tlio Western sprinter nnd holder of tho world's 100-ynrd record. This Is the Bocond rncc Hint Kelly, the red-topped lad, has lost In tho TCnstcrn gnmck. n n Air Cooled Facts If a furnace rcg,uircd a high degvsc of heat to accoaplish a given lesult, would you put a vater-jack:t around the furnace to eBol itl 1'hei why do it in an automobile 1 ' A gasoline engine makes power by turning gasoline into heat. The hotter you can run it without ignit.ng your lubricant, the greater, effi ciency you get out of your fuel. , The Franklin air-cooled motor n irrcally runs at about 350 degrees, hot enough to get high efficiency out of the gasoline but cool enough to be well below the burning point of oil. A water-cooled motor does not normally get hotter than 212 degrees; at that temperature the water boil; ay.ay and there is trouble. Hence all water-cooled motors are under a heavy handicap, because they work at about 138 degrees below the point of manimum efficiency. The Franklin motor car gets more actual going-power out of a gal lon of gasoline than any other automobile. That means low running ex pense. Franklin light-weight means tiie-economy. Franklin construction laminated wcod frame and nickel sleel parts means repair-economy. Combine all these advantages and you have the motor car that you can afford to own. Franklin Air-Cooled cars are run with the fereatesl of success for months in Summer in New York, Chicago and other nlnccs where the thermometer goes higher than it ever does in these Islands, and they have proved the right car for the hottest as well ns th? coldest localities. Ask the Honolulu users of Air-Cooled Franklins whether they keep cool on the hottest days or not. They will tell you. E. O. HALL fc SON, Ltd., Agents ta noes and enntamorans, but tho man to look after tho surf-boards nnd ' ciirlsloiilier Columbus. In tho piesent plan Is to mum n muni ir.imo canoes win uc tnc oniy lorco neeueii, New Uel)rltlc8 , wnB olTerc,i 01le of work parallel with the beach nn.l plant hau trees, lh.it will In llmo afford umbrageous piotectlon for tho outrigger canoes of tho club mem bers that will be drawn up on tho Rtand. Tho clubhouso proper will probably consist of a polished koa wood floor beneath n spreading hnu trco lan.tl, with, of com so, tho Im promptu canvas sides, to ho lowered so Hint surplus from dues not needed In milling more hnu trees can bo de oted to cups and prizes and tho ex penses of conducting annual outilg- noo now and 1 hope to get It. Tho gcr races nnd carolvals, while an an-, tc for tho club at Wnlklkl u jUeai ' Din lnat nf thn wnr rnnnps thple for t twonty-tlvo dollars. I want that en- i an anchorage fin Erme of the larger will bo sold In tho clubhouse, ono larger than weie any of tho vessels cr, Arcla, MnhUkn. - I !... .1... .nH tn lrf..l, ..fin. ll.n .it.fj.n.v.la nml I . . . .. StlllPll bMRCH! CO. V. 1 !! ! ClVIll TV. 1!. Left on bases: Co. F, 7; Cavalry, 5. ' Double plays: Urcla to Nalae, Johnson to llowen. Hasp on balls: Off Jackson 2, White C. Score: 19 to 10. Second game: . Threc-baso hits: Souza, II. Walk er. Two-bnso hits: N, Jackson, I'ahla, Arcla, Kn Sue. Stolen bases: Co. F, 3; Cavalry, 1. Left on bases: Co. F, 3; Cavalry, 2. uual surf-board series of races would not only tend to keep alive this king of sports, ns Jack lmilon nnined It, I ut should nttract vlslturs from nil parts of America." and used only when the "Konu" Tord Is Enthusiastic comeu strong unit obstreperous. Tho promotorfl of the club Ijcllevn in large membership and small dues; ten drfllars annual membership feo for adults nnd live dollars u year tor hoys owning surfboards Is tho plan tuggested. For the native ciiuocnicn and native Burf-board bojs It Is pro posed to elect u Hawaiian grass house facing the bench, tho wide grass lannl of which will bo dressed with let-covered Hawaiian women If there is anything more beauti ful In tho; world than an artistically giown Kali tree lanal," said A. II. Ford, "I do not know wheio It is to he found. I hope In two j ears' timo to be back In Honolulu. I look for ward to It longingly already, nnd 1 hnpo nnd trust that by then tho Out llggcr Clubhouso will havo giown to xpaclous and beautiful dimensions. 1 'think tho thunksif not only tho com munlty but of tho loer of sport In who will gcII curios under tho dlrec- (.very part of tho world IS duo Man- Hon of the holder of this privilege iiger Stout for the generous cnthti- 1 i- slastn he tins displayed in securing n site for tho clubhouso to necessary to Hawaii, nnd the splendid encourage ment ho Is giving. With Mr. Atkin son nt the head of tho promotion woik, I presume every good Hawaii an will Join h.iuds with him and glvo Hawaii a place that tho globe trotter will mark in his mental diary forever after ns tho mile-stone to which lie would like to return for a 'ong, long rest." Mr. Atkinson hns assured his fel low promoters of tho Outrigger Club that he will keep lit least thrco full-, Club's lannl set nslde In hope that elzed Hawaiian canoes drawn upon it will somo day be honored by tho tho beach under tho hnu trco lannl presenco of he who loved Hnwalt Just as soon as It Is erected. Alcxan- moio than nny lnnjl In all the worU I dor llumo I'ord states thnt Mastor i a most fitting placo for tho grand i Harold Hustace will keep there tho old man of America to pass In peaco New Hebrides outrigger canoe ho 'his declining years upon soil that Is It wns Mr. l'lowns lanal that was brought with him for tho small hoys! no longer alien, and never was alien - -' - " -"" '" of Wnlklkl; he Intends also sending 'to Hawaii's best friend Samuel L. ArbUMCf IRIi THE dTrniZ ' fr'cnils 'n "'J' Samoa, the Solo- oieniens, from tho hotel. An effort will also bo mndo to havo the canoemcii ton form to floral decoratloas a la Ha waii, the idea of tho esthetic club promoters being to ninke tho Outrig ger Club surroundings nt Wutklkl something to be talked about by tomista and long remembered by vis itors who como to see something Bug f,estlve of old Hawaii. What Holmes Says Ilurton Holmes was bubbling over jesterday afternoon when Interview ed by the Bulletin man, while over looking the ground upon which ho hopes tho lannl clubhouse will grow during his absence from Hawaii. "Tho only mnrvol to me," ho said to tho Uullttlii man. "Is that It has never bcon dono before. When I first enmo to Hawaii, ten years ngo, , The trolley passes Its hack entrnncc, tne ocean beats up into its front yard; on ono side Is the liquid la goon; on the other sldo the Seaside Hotel with Its liquid refreshments, and a rlrcular hau trco lannl that cun be resened ns n dining nnd win ing room for the members of tho flub nnd their guests. True, our president pro ten), Ilrothcr Atkinson, Is on the wnter wugon and I am more than hnlf-way up take beer when I can't get nn ice-cream soda, hut then pel Imps tho Sensldo will put In n soda fountain, which, by tho way, If loented under a hau treo near the beach, should bo well patronized by tho casual strollers. Tho strand lying between tho Moana and tho Seaside should become tho play ground of tired America and Happy Hawaii. With Mrs; Wilcox. Jack London, Ilurton Holmes, nnd Mr. llo nlno nil pointing America toward alklkl as tho wonder-spot In the I'aclllc, I don't see how nn outrigger nnd surf-board club can ho avoided, rnd I trust one of the first things tho club does will bo to invito Mnrl: Twain to come nnd try his luck onco more on the surf-hoard, or, If ho is not to bo bo persuaded, that ho will always feel that there Is a special chair and corner of tho Outrigger Results of the Y. M. C. A. hand ball tourney for Friday, March 13: II. S, Chandler won from K. II. lllanctinrd, 1S-9, 1S-8, II. Nlckelson won from Jns. Whit ney, 1G-3, Hi-11. M. Johnston won from Jns. Whit ney, 1G-C, 1C-14. Jns, Whitney won from SI. f'er iclra, 16-8, 1C-2. G. C. llcchcrt won from T. Nickel ten, 1B-9, 1C-4. ' F. Frnnks won from G. C. llechcrt, iG-ll'iC-7. S. dunlin won from Buln Ilunn, 15-4, 15-1. F. Franks won fronl Stiln Dunn, 15-10, 15-S. Pnul Schmidt won from M. Fer roirn, T5-3, ir,-8. M. V. Decolto won from .1. (. llnp tlst, 13-15, 15-10, 1B-12. , Dan Vooller won from H. C. Ax lell. 11-15, 15-12. 15-4. C. F. HrlBsol won from Tom Mr Oulre, 15-9. 15-2. - ' C, F. Urlssol wontrom T. Nlckcl sen, 15-S, ir.-C. There will bo other matches not listed below to play today, nhead of schedule: A. Myhro vs. E. Hvnns, C p. m. S. Gnrdla vs. Oertzt7:30 p. in. "8. Gnrdla to. 11. C. Axtell, 8:00. k tt'tt Columbus, Ohio, carried oft thu honors of tho national bowling tour nament. And Columbus Isn't partic ularly famous for Its beer. Struck out: Nelson, l. Score: 7 to 0. Ily Jackson, 4; by l jAnol Another Ride EVERYONE claims to have the - easiest-going Auto, but for a Public Service Car there is none to compare with mine. I know all the roads, most beautiful spots and quickest routes. J Tel. 244 J. A. M'LEOD, Public Chaffeur. PEERLESS 1908 Four Cylinder 7 Passenger Touring Car WITH IMPORTED MAGNETO, Our 1008 Models are always ready for inspection at our show rooms; demonstrations will bs given if desired. THE VON YOUNG CO.. LTD., Agents. 12 Jolly Nichts, coraraenoing , SATURDAY, MAR. 14 ' MATINEES WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS Pollard's Lilliputian Opera Comp'y A( Cute, Cunning and Clever A( w Juvenile Artists 4U SATURDAY, MAR. 14th and MONDAY, MAR. lGth Austin Daly's Famous Success " A Runaway Girl " Prices 25c, 50c, 75o and $1. Ma tinees Children, 25c; Adults, 50c. Seats on sale Thursday, T SAILORS FOR HAWAII :: Thoto has been a great amount ofyspeculatlon lately ns to t: 'who would bo selected to go ulor.g with the yacht Hawaii as sall- t: ois, Tho mattor has been left up to tho Captain, and now that t; Alco I.ylo has that position ho has. already begun shaping mat- tcrs so that ho could make public -his selections. Tho following t: names mo not definitely decided upon; In fact, Alec Is tho only i: man who knows that ho Is going, yet theso fellows havo had tt their applications In for soma tlmo; thoy ure willing to work, li nnd, ubovo all, thoy know something nbout tho handling of u St yacht. Here thoy mo: . :: ttay Ileltow, sailor; George" Turner, s.llor; Meeker, sailor; :t O'Brien, sailor. tl Thero aro otheis who have their applications In and thoy St aro still to bo considered. It will bo the man who enn do tho It most for tho yacht In tho raco that will gd along; bo everyono SS who Is n miliar has a chance. There Is some talk of sending a SS newspaper man along to keep a lecord of tho trip. SS Humor has It that Captain S,J. Harris will be the uavlga- St tor. IX Xt XX IS XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XXXX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX Xi XX XX i OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF HATS will be offered at prices ranging from 25 Per Cent, to 50 Per Cent. Reduction from regular price i, as follows: MEN'S COL. and BLK. FELT HATS, formerly J1.50, 11.75, 2.00. 12.50. J3.00. 13.60; HOW $1.25, $1.50, $1,75, $2.00, 2.25, $2.50. , l A Hew Stock of DERBYS, formerly 13.00, 13.60; NOW $2.25, $2.75. - . . MEN'S STRAW HATS, 33c, 50c, 75o, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50; WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY. MEN'S MANILA HATS,?1.50, $2.00; A Very Close Imitation of a Fine Panama Hat. MEN'S CAPS, 35c, 50c, 85c, $1.00, $1.50, $3.00. Here we have the New AUTOMOBILE CAP. BOYS' STRAW HATS, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75o, $1.00, $1.25; WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY! BOYS' FELT' HATS, $2.00; Hcduced From 13.00, CAPS, 25c, 35c, 75c, $1.00, 1.00, PANAMA HATS. lo REDUCED TO $7.50. This includes the 1908 Styles 112.00 and 115.00 quality ALL L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd, ALAKEA ST. toto.-