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Is to enter the VI(lla " 1 " ..!., ,,l iMtl'llWOlElltS. EO IIIUI Act On Terms Of Trustees Telegram Indianapolis, Ind., Mar. 24, '08. Stoddard-Dayton Motor Car Co., Dajton Ohio. Model "K" wins first in 2750 class, first in $3500 class, first in $3500 and over, defeating all entries regardless of H. P.; also special time prize winning hill record. A meeting of the big league will he bo held on Thursday, when It Is prac- rllig at caieiiwuiBiiio. -. should make the best of condition, tically certain that the terms of the but the Chinese boy, according to Trugtccg wm uc accepted, and the nBrcementi must mako 120 pounds mntter Qf brlnglnB ovcr the Keto ringside. s ' University ball team to jtlay here, Korfclts arc up and the matcn as ' well assured as Is now possible. the project to be nnanced by the The winner of this bout will prou- nusioes, win ub ucmi.i,,, u..wv. . ... ... ........ i..i nh nmn man from In fact, as It now seems, it merely the Coast for Klcct week. remalns for the formal part to be The boys are BtartlnB lo"a w'1" uu mrouBii, u imi . " 1IIU ICUfiUK BVCIII IU UB BUVWllsu t,,v. the terms which the Trustees have made, and no hitch Is expected In the proceedings. In this case,- the Kclo men will be sent a cable on Thursday afternoon, iiw mw ""- iBUIll U I'UUIU Oil 1IIUIBUU uiicinuuiii laurels of victory tolling them that, tickets will nwalt 3f tho intcrschol-( them, and that everything Is O. K. lie, ns they mere- for a season of international baseball, winning streak, 'when the men from the Hawaiian Bcalp to an nirca- islands, the cross-roads of the Pa- j gregatlon by the grand score "or is in, they yesterday cnCi wm racct with teams from the j to 0, making their runs In all Innings i, on the Kam (11a-(western continent, America, and the. but two, and making a bunch when as 9 to 7, and the eastern continent, Asia. they did score. Kv3Mbi2s3(7&v ,tWY j9r -'Stasjiilc,i fc -5JgK I tlmlr training. i:ddic Talt will referee. t: n KAMS ARE VICTORS The Kams look like they are en titled to sport the 1 for the ursi nuiiun j ,.....-.. mem, uiiu inut vtciiiiini, w. . astlc baseball schedule, ns they mere- for a season of international baseball, i ...timinil their winning streak, wlinn the men from the Hawaiian and added another scalp to an nirca- i8an(igl the cross-roads of the Pn- dv heavy belt, when nut It over the Puns nioiid. The score was 9 to 7, and tne castern continent, Asia. orrnrs of the losers tell tho tale ot a a a h.i Wniorlno. They had a good! man In tho box In the person of Ly man, and there Is no KICK coming on their battery, uuei umti, "- first tried Ills hand, was moved out of the box, but tho support was not consistent, and tho Kams had the bet ter of It. lAita pitched n good game. Tim men In this league are begin ning to think that the Kams must hnvn n mascot hidden somewhere, and that there will be no use trying to defeat them until they lose their marvellous "streak" of fortune. a a a WAILELE VS. KEWALO New Twirler With Jewels May Be In Box Saturday It Is probable that ball fnns will see n now twirler work out next Sat urday In the person of St. John, who Is a new addition to the Diamond Head A. C. Eddie Kcrnnndez says, "I have a new pitcher, and from tho way he Is working out ho should uc a good ono. If he keepi up to ma work, ho will probably be In tho box Saturday." This will bo good nows to most ot the dyod-ln-tho-wool fans, No mat ter how good the present Blabsters are, tho fellows In tho blecchers want a little change, and sonic new man to yell nt and call "lobster" or "bone-head," or, maybe, "candy kid." Davis, the Jewels" catcher, Is Im proved In form a great deal, nnd will be retained nt backstop, leaving Fcr- rnandez himself on the Initial sack. a a a AIIIOLANIS WIN OUT The Alllolanls had things their own way In the first game of the Ju- nlnr IntnraMinlnRtIc llaseball LeaKUt- 'played yesterday afternoon. They tnnk the honors from the Mills ag gregation by the grand score "of 19 lllilRM,K tira 23 JUST ARRIVED Our first car of the Stod-lard-Dayton make. It js a peaoh. Come and see it. Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd. AGENTS. TWENTY mil Wk Queen Emma Estate Is SebOred Will Meet J Tomorrow Tho Outrigger Canoo Club secured Its leases Irani tho Queen Emma Es tate this rooming ana li.un ouo year a rent oii sSnip. The property which Is An Interesting game of baseball . n ..! .. .l- was niayeu ounuay iiiutiuub - um mi DUiy, v ,.. ,... .,, ....- klnsoni Park between teams from the 'now the homo of the club for twenty niliouillimn -- .-J- . Ilaf toluTion thn Mllllllfl mill Wallele and Kewalo A. U. ciuw , - ff es ,,v a sea front, sultlnn In the overwhelming defeat Jr'U''t lC0'Jeoi nw, a depth of of the Wallele club by the Bcore of 400 1)acl t0 th0 walklkl road. 23 to 2. The Walleles are reported Th(, cuu gtnits out with a member to have had previous ambitious as- I np f 200. A meeting of tho officers nlrntlons nnd hud Intended to Join will be held tomorrow, when the mat- Pottie's Celebrat ed Cattle, Sheep, Dog and Poultry Medicines faitf-MF.;- lVr'sSSSa ..AVI" .. maB ifiiiniiiiTi HW E'. if' BE X ' After 100 years on English markets and 20 years' service in these It'-r.ds. the stock owners find that oir remedies are reliable. A fresh slot? in ever? month, which are presarcd from the very best ingredients. Our POULTRY BLOOD TONIC is here and our ROUP, GAPES and CATARRH REMEDY. Your druggist keeps them. JOHN POTTIE & SONS. TEL. 1189. :m Auto for Hire- MANUEL RE13 Call up at any tfmc by telephone any one of these numbers: 220, 200, 1097. AUTOS i Repaired by our Auto Expert. Schuman Carriage Co., i Andrew Usher's Scotch Whiskey O.V.G. Special Reserve W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd., Agents. LMIITED. .MERCHANT- STREET. tho newly formed Kallhl league, but they have decided now to Indulge in mora practice. The winners lined up as follows: Knpaa. p: A. Souia, c; M. Pares.!, lb; M. Dupont, 2b; M. Alves. bs; C. Vlerra, 3b; M. Sousa, rf; M. r. Hego, cf; M. Yee, cf. a a a IN SEASIDE'l'JIAQUE Two of the Sweet Violet members played unothcr 'game of the Seasli'e Leaguo series with other clothe than their uniforms on, nnd of course that meant two 25-cent flnei to the league. The Okuwns did not do well with their seven new supporters. a a a I n.i.n tnia t. ih. Invltntlnn tnnr- nnment of the lloretunla Tennis Club will bo played this afternoon at 4:30. The contestants will be A. J. Lowrcy nnd V. L. Warren. a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 8 , " SPORTS CALENDAR a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a May 19 Finals, Beretania Tennis Club's invitation tournament. May 19 Meeting Japanese Base ball League. May 20 Kapiolanl Dasebttll Leaeue meeting. Mny 22 llaseball, Kaahumanu vs. Alllolanl. May 23 llaseball, Puns vs. St. Louis; Kams vs. Diamond Heads. May 23 Match race. Shamrock vs. Duke, one-half mile. May 23 Kamehameha Athletic Association minstrel show. Mny 24 Golf, Country Club'B bo- cev competition. Mny 30 Iloxlng, Ah Sam vs. Jock ey Willis. June 4 Y. M. C. A. gymnasium contests. June 10 Hawaiian Gun Club's Juno 11 Kamehameha Aquatic Club's legntta. shoot for club championship. June 11 Hawaiian Gun Club's snml-annual price shoot. June 17 Hawaiian Gun Club's un known angles shoot. July 20, 21, 22 Kennel Club show, July 3-4 Hllo races, July 4 Maul races. lift ter of securing canoes for tho club, erecting a lanal on tho property and purchasing a number of surfboards will bo brought up, as well as tho stand tho club will tako as to its part In tho entertainment of tho fleet. A vote of thanks "will also bo extended to .Messrs. Kinney and Marx, !;. M. Watson, Mr. Uruco Cartwrlght, Olllo Soronson and others who nave donat ci tlmlr services that the club may start its existence without a debt tu be paid for organization or legal tees. a a a SPORTIVE SPLURGES Tlicin will be a meeting of the managers and captaimi of the News- naner llaseball League on the root garden of the Young Hotel this after noon at 5 o'clock. Each team Is re quested to Bend Its two representa tives, as Important business Is slated for transaction. a a a Thorn will be a meeting of tho T. Wnn Rppmpil to have tho proper knack In handling the stick, when it camo to smothering the uau. no made a home-run nnd three throe- baggers. If that Is not going somo for one gaThe, Honolulu fans are oft In their conception of tho grcnt American gnme. K. W. Hell um pired. - The score: l'2 3 4 li C 7 8 9 Mills 10010102 1 6 Alllolanl 0'3 5 0 2 2 3 4 19 The Alllolanls and tho Kaahuma nus will hook up Friday afternoon. a. a a CUP RACES The regatta committee of the Ha waii Yacht Club have arranged tho following dates for the principal races of tho present season: June 13 Governors cup. Juno 28 Beckloy cup. July 19 Irwin cup. Aug. 2 Cooper cup, second class yachts. Aug. 16 Macfarlane cup. Sept. 19 Ilegatta Day. a a a WILLIS RIDES WINNER Jockey Willis, who has Just come down from the Coast to ride In the races at Hllo, won hU first race on this Island Saturday, when ho pilot ed W. Dixon's Makaala across In fmnt nf Ronnv Gav'i Sunrise, at Ka piolanl Park, in a quarter-mllo match race. In the time of 0:20 1-2. a a a aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaau a 8 AALA PARK GOSSIP 8 aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa V. Ayau, the crack shortstop ot the Chinese Alohas, pitched great ball for four Innings with the Alohas in the game against tho Pulamas. a a a Esplntla nnd Medelros are tho two best pitchers In the Illvcrside Leaguo today. Both pitched winning ball yesterday. M h Suporvltor J. Kern, the president Ol 111U lUUIll A. -, VVUO U llillll' UtUM after tho C. A, C.-Kuala game. a t: a 1 K. Yasumorl, Edward Ayau, the baseball managers, were at tho games yc3terduy. i a a a Nearly five thousand people wit- Japanese llaseball League this even- ing. , a a a Tho Kalilolaiil llaseball Leaguo holds a meeting tomorrow. a a a The Kallhl Athletic Club meets this evening. a a a Six boxing bouts ,wcro held In Me chanics' Pavilion, San Francisco, for tho entertainment of the Jnckles In the Fleet. i nessed the games at Aala Park yes ' n a s tcrday. Ad Wolgast won a clean-cut dccl- a 8 a slon from Frunkle Nell nt Mllwau- , McShnno has the beBt record for kee. Tho gong saved Nell from a strlkc-outs In the IllverBide League. knockout. t a a a a a 8 John Notley's Nippon team win Just think of it. At thot recent1 piny the Kaalas noxt Sunday, l.oxlncton meeting not a Jockey was tt a 8- lined' or suspended by Judge Price Mon Yin pulled In a beautiful fly and none was under suspension. at left Held. Gwendolyn II To Race VICTOItIA, 11. C, May 18. The yacht Gwendolyn II sailed from hero today for San Pedro to enter the Trdns-Pacific Yacht Kace' from San Pedro to Honolulu. REMNANT SALE MUDAY Tho awcndolln II, which started from Victoria yesterday for San Pe- 'dro to enter the race, Is a yawl-rlg- ged boat, which was built for a cru- ilse to Alaska, and other deep-water excursions, but was withdrawn from the Alaska project to enter In tho Trans-Pacinc Yacht Ilaco. That sho would go In on the proposition has not been a secret here, us letters have been received by locnl boatmen to that effect. 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