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WEEKLY CUP SHOOT
J. W. HARVEY HAS
TWO LEGS IN
Tomorrow nfternoon nt the Kn-
kaako traps the Hawaiian Gun Club g
will hold another of Ha woeklv cunltS
shoots, and the contest promise to1
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be a really good one, as J. W. Ilnr-jj
vey will probably be on deck nnd he tt
should shoot well.
Harvey has already nor two legi
In for the cup, and It he should win
once more the trophy will become
his nbsolute property. Owing to
Illness Harvey wan unabln to shoot
In last week's cup contest, 'and tha
event went to tlobo, who hit 22. out
The weekly cup competition Is u
comblntou affair, 'and In It ton
birds nre shot at .over the Leggett
trap unknown angles and 'ten
more clays are banged nt at the
known angles trap. Strange to Bay,
the best shooting has been done at
the unknown angles, but there may
be a difference In tomorrow's match.
Spalding Is shooting In great form
and his work at the traps Is clean
and crisp,. He knocked over nine
out of ten" ln'a" practise shoot.ila'st
Wednesday, but In the cup account
ed for only 16 out of 20, ,
Several new gunners are expected
to turn out tomorrow afternoon., and
as the regular shots' will 'be on hand,
a very Interesting match should be
brought off. The gun club Is going
strong, and many new members are
Joining' In the competitions. Tho
weekly cup list of shooters Is be
coming a -long one, nnd there aro
some good sliotB among the bunch.
There does not seem to be much
doing In trap shooting on the other
Islands of tho group at present.
Once upon a time there wag a strong
club at Walluku, and some fine shots
took Part In the competitions. May
field and Kinney wore two good trap heard tho Instructions that wer
shots, and their field work was bIbo' Riven before the start of the race,
good. Thero was many a fine com- and they should bnve followed
petition shot off at Puunene a few J them.
years ago, and Wren Weslcott. It ' hnrd luck for the old cham
"Ulll" tougher. Arthur Iletts and I'ton to hnve been beaten when vlc
xnvnrnl nihvr man ni in .ir Ann torv was almost In his grasp, ami
work .against the Walluku boys,
At present there Is nothing doing,
and the familiar crack of the breech
loader Is no longer heard around
the big mill trapB. Still, there may
be a revival, at any moment, and
then the Honolulu Bhots wll surely
have a match with the Maul boys.
Even a match by wireless would be
better tfian nothing, although the
Btate of the atmosphere on the day,
might be so totally different on Oahu
to that on ' Maul, that the match
would hardly be any criterion.
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Charlie McLeod of Walpahu will
take, part In the shot-put at the Y.
M, C. A, field meet, and as he show
cd remarkably good form at the time
of the Columbia Hoys' visit, he U
expected to establish u new report,
for the Islands.
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BY V. L. STEVENSON.
U COMINQ EVENTS. Si
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U they may bo getting up, for In- t:
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tt tho Sporting, Editor. II til lot In. U
St April 10 Diamond Heads vs, .
tt A. Co.
tt April 10 Muliocks. vh, AshIiIh.
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A,)r n Marines 'vb. Cavalry.' '
J'ay J-?." V8' ,Ya,lal"a'
May 1 Alca vb. Walpahn,
St Apill 9 International Series,
tt Skating 'Marathon.
SS April 2S Princess Illnk.
tt Apill lO-Conntry Club.
SS ' Cricket
SS May 3 Opening' of pennon.
tt Aptll Ifi -McCollouxh
SS . . Track Meet.
SS April 9 Y. M, O, A, at Iloyn'
SS April 10 Wren Haco.
tt Trap Shooting.
SS April II Weekly Cup.
SS July 4tntcr-lBlnnd meet.
St TrinsJaelfle Yacht Race,
St July4 Start from.Sanvfranclsco. tt
St' World'. Champlonailp Fight. SI
St July 4 James Jeffrlus vb. Jack St
St Johnson. tt
MARATHON AFTERMATH. IS
lv EXCITES FAnS
There has been the usual amount
of "kicking" over tho Marathon
race of Sunday last, apd all through
a mistake that was made by one of. upon to always do his best. He I
tho course Judges. Ksoo nnd HayeBja ct,eerful kind of Individual, and Is
snouta nave paiu no attention uiiiion
motorcyclist wnu toiu mem me
short cut wbb barred. They both
It muBt be said that he protested
against being picked up nnd being
taken to the hotel In an automo
bile. All the same, Kaoo was "all
In," and there was nothing, else for
the 'auto people to do but to pick
htm up nnd take him to Halelwa.
Hayes, too, had hard luck, and he
certnluly would have been close up
to. If not, first In the race, only for
tho long detour ho made. However,
tho race rightly belongs to Gomes,
who fullllled every condition of tho
Marathon and who won by a long mitt game and ho and some other
dUtance. Tho prises wl)l go to the good lovet should ut up a groat
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Bulletin, nnd there Is no reason
why they should not. J
Antone ,Kaoo Is tho best Mura-'cUco,
thon runner In the Territory, but
his mistake on Sunday lost hint tho
COLL TO FIQHT
Once more the boxing game Is be
ginning lo Irjik up In lllmolnlu.
and the chances nre that there will
be Borne fine rontests brought off In
the city In the near future. Iron
man MrCollough Is going to box Coll
of the Marines on Saturday, April
1C, and tho go should be a good one.
The go will be pulled off at l.elle
liua, and the soldiers are very ex
c"ted about It,
McCollough Is looking as fit as n
llddle, and still wears tho cheerful
grin that never wears off, even
'when he Is Imvlng-the stoush hand
e,l out to him In record time In the
Coll has recovered from his
sprained ankle, and his friend)
think that he can take the goat of
tho lronmnn. Well, they are wel
come to their opinions, but It would
take a lot of talk to change the con
victions of tho MrCollough fans,
L-tlons of tho McCollough fans. New Zeaan(I. BavCg ,he expens
Then' Simmons. ofth Tlietlsv, His, f building h'oapltals YndTsanlfarl"'
looking for gore, and It would ap
pear that he and Sarconl wilt come
together In the squared circle be
fore, many moons have passed, 81m
nions looks a likely enough Individ
ial, but it Is hard to go by appear
iinces It takes the real thing to
show what a man can do In the
ring. Sarconl will get Into renl
good condition If he fights Simmons,
and then there should be a good go.
Nelsou Is always ready to go Into
the ring when there la nny Induce
ment to do so, and he can be relied
favorite with the fight fans. Last
Huturday r.ljrht he put It all over
Miller, and If any decision could
have been given, the fight was his
by a mile.
Dick Cullen will probably, arrive
on the next boat from Australia
and he has already written uaylnK
that he would like a match with
Bomo lightweight. Cullen made
good In this city, and he wants to
stop over and If possible appear Its
the ring here. Thero should be n
chance of matching Dick with some.
one of about his weight, and there
are lots of people who would like tn
see the much-traveled one again In
Wahllanl, tho well-known boxer,
has not hnd a chance of appearing
In the ring for a long time, and It
Is a pity, too. No one knows Just
how good the Hawaiian Is at tho
BUUW (1 II (J (UW 4 Iflg llUUBUi
Ab lo mainland boxing affairs, all
eyes tre turned toward San Kran
and already fifty ringside
seats for the Jeffries-Johnson tight
have been secured by a prominent
Tho Two Jaoks'
.y, . a . x ..,.' M '' laVSJl.
Its meeting this afternoon at four
o'clock In the looms of the Cham
ber of Commerce, and nil who wish
to promote Its objects nre Invited tj
be present. The constitution will
b ndopled and ufllicra elected fir
the coming year.
There will be a talk from Director
Parsons of the Sierra Club of Cali
fornia, and anyone with suggestions
will be listened to. The object ot
tbp Trnll nnd Trnvpl f'lnli la lo mnko
outdoor Hawaii attractive nnd easily
accessible to nil.
The foot and horse trails on the
different Islands will be kept clear
ed the year round by a corps or
road men, rest houses will be built,
mostly by Individual members,
trails will be cut In mw directions
either by the club or by generous
members, several hundred miles of
these will be turned aver Immediate
ly to be taken care of, and a num
ber of rest houses have been
The club expectB tp place men In
charge of the different rest houses,
so thnt club members may phone
ahead and have n meal or a bed pre
pared. The charge for the service
oi maintenance win ue ino snme n
III New Zealand and Australia,
where the plan originated fifty
cents a meal or bed; or. If you wish,
pack your own provisions.
At some of the rest houses, tents
and camping outfits will be kept so
thnt those who nre traveling witty
iack horse or donkey may borrow
these nnd return the outfit to a rest
house further down the line.
It Is proposed to havo the rest
houses not more tnnn ton to twelve
.miles npart, as experience In Aus
tralasia has demonstrated that this
arrangement tempts many women to
go tramping, ten miles being a good
day's wnlk for women nnd children,
although after a while many women
skip every other rest house.
Now Zealand places her rest
houses and trails under the Depart
ment ot Health, and tho whole gov
ernment stands behind the move
ment to make every man, woman an 1
child In the Dominion know outdoor
urns for consumptives,
It Is- hoped that everyone who
knows anything about foot trails
lanywhere in tli,e islands will be
present nt the Chamber of Commerco
this afternoon. Those who wish to
know something about our mountnln
trails and the objects of the Trail
and Travel Club are also cordially
Invited to attend the meeting at
FORT SHAFTER WIU
P1AV III SEMES
New Pitcher Has Been Found and
He Will Make the Rest of
Teams Sit Up.
It Is Indeed good news to hear
that tho Fort Shatter IniU will get
Into tho military baseball scries,
after nil. The trouble has been
that the 20th Infantry had no pitch
er, and they could not. piny Inst
Saturday, However, much to Men
tenant Chilton's surprise, one of tho
soldiers accosted him yesterday nnd
announced that he was ready tn
take up the game once more. Tho
player Is nn oldtlme leaguer, and he
has not lost his cunning at all. Ho
will give the Guards, Fighting Flfti
and, Marines the time of their lives
when ho sends down a few of hU
The military serlesi will now look
something like that of last year,
and four good teams will be in the
competition. Harry's No. 2 HeautH
should Improve u lot on tho forml
they showed on .Sunday last, nnd
then there will be something doing
for sure. Tho Cavalry did no( como
to town last Hundny, as they had
been Informed In tlmo that tho
Shatters would not play.
All the same, It whs a pity, ns
the New Orleans boys were on tho
spot, and they would have very much
liked to have had a game with the
Tho military league has tho mak
ing of a good season's fun around
the premises, and there Bhould be
some most exciting games every Sat
st n n
The Quint! brothers, "Jim" and
Tom," havo Bono Into partnership
with that other well-known chauf
feur Ilels, and In future the three
will, bo found nt the Auto U very
Stjind. Everybody knows .the trio.
auu an Bporttng excursion parties
are sure to have tho three, machines
lu thv Ilueup.
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The Idea of au Indour Marathon
race to take place, at the Princess
ItluU Is appealing to a number ot
runners, and as the spectators will
be able to see the whole thing In
comfort, thero should bo a good
sized crowd In attendance.
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