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a COMING EVENTS. tt
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tt they may be celling up, for In- SI
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SS the Sporting Kdltor. B u 1 1 e 1 1 n. St
St Baseball. tt
St MIUTAltY LKAOUIC. SS
SS May 7 N. O. H, vs. Sliaftor; SS
SS Marines vs. Hospital, Co.
SS Mn 8 Cavalry." vs. Kort Itttger,
SS PLANTATION I.UAdUh.
tt May 8 Kwa tB, Walpalnt.
Prospects Brieht for Coming Season
Oldtlmem Will Slav Oame
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Mami orounoin Good Shape " ru".ta.t.on;i a.mV
Next Saturday U the day set for' ATT'AUK.
the opening of the cricket season In M au a. m. C. vs. J. A. C
Honolulu, and everything points to jt I'. A. C. vs. C. A. C.
a sucLeuful day. All the crlckcteia tj May 15 P. A. C s. tl. 8. M. C,
are looking forward to the moment tt CJ. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
when the iimnlre will mil "Mm. "I tt Sehoof League.
and theie should l. n Me turnout " May 2 Kams vs. 8t. Louis.
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ui uuih jftnvia uuu BiivwiululB, Ilia
ihou v. llloh.
II May 7Kams vs. Punahous.
TEAM MANAGER MAKES
ORIGINAL BEAUTS WERE
NOT AT LEILEHUA
Commodore Perry onto said on the
occasion ot his victor) ocr the lint- .
lah on Lake Krle, "We have met the
enemy and they nre ours." the only .HaUflHjin. (nPTH HfilK?
variation from historical fact In 'sldWdliClii UJtld IIUUSC
this case being that the enemy was'
Serge nt Barr) h much ountedi .
The McRae StocR Co.
The lloue of a Thousand
"THE WITCHING HOUR"
"THE THIRD FLOOR BACK"
"The House cf a Thousand Can-
--..i.i i..... ......I... i . ,.. .n inn. dies!' Is a wonderful nlav. now p.ntov-
chine to hae endeaoted to tally ing the most successful run of any
lleauts No 1." The manner In
which the aforesaid lleauts were
trimmed by the crnck baseball team
of tho riflh Horse waB and Is a cau
tion. The lleauts cunie to I.ellehmi
with the avowid Intention of taking
the sc.ilpa of the Cavalry In no un
tertnln fashion, but nflcr a very one
sided conlllct the) managed to guth-i
er together the remimnls of the
lleauts and take the 3:4ft p. in. train,
a wiser and much sadder aggregation
than when they nrrlvcd here bent on
wiping up the earth with the Klfth.
Your correspondent was unable to
keep tally on anything but the run
and outs of tho game, for the outs
were so numerous In the Hospital
Corps team and the runs so numcr
oub In the Cavalry team that It
Hospital Co. Will Play Cavalry Any
Time in Honolulu Fighting
Fifth Most Hospitable.
Sergeant Ilarr) feels that nn arti
cle entitled "A Joyous Oloiit," which
was written by a man who signs
himself "A Cnwilry Hooter," Is an
uncalled-for bit of splteworki Tbn
teigeuut writes as follows with ret
eieuce to the matter:
"There Is no doubt In my mind
opening games in the past have al- jiay 7st. Ixiu Is 8. High,
ways been good, and although the tt Grammar Schools.
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uaismen are generally a nine out of it amy o l'utianqu . uenirai: H y lwi one ot Uncle Sam's Klfth Cav
form to early In the season, a line Kanlminami . St. 1-oiils. SS ilry b0J. wh wl0,a (hat nrtcte ,
Vn the form they may attain later M"'1"" fcf. J- Co,1,ral: the morning paper. As soon as we
nn la nonp v n nrnvi niiininnh a . -- "" " " ---. .-.
tS that we have lauded on the so-called
tl 'Count' of I.ellehua. It was certain-
t tt Ekatlnn Marathon.
Moat of the regular standb)s of ti Maj. 30 Prlnccfg Hlnk.
the Honolulu club will be on dcck.'tt Qptf.
ttl.d such Stirling players as Uob(tt Aug. 31 BogcylTournanient.
Anderson, McGlll, Morse, McLalh,' St Crllket.
Wlthlngton nnd several others will III Muy 7 Opcnlnrf of season,
have a try with either the bat or I II Tejinls.
ball, lluchly Is away at present, " Y''11 C?P. ". 11
j 1... ... 1 .'..v .111 i. 1. .i. II May 18 Annual championship,
and may not be back till later In the , ' Yacnllao '
season. IJe Is a good bat. once he M is-Cobper'Cup' -getsjhls
eye-In. and generally mnn- Jlmo 5Macfarlane Cup.
agej to get a few runs. a July 5 Bea Wren Hace.
Ttte.G. 0. M. of local cricket U. I Trap 8hootlrg.
A. .lordau will again take uu the May 4 Weekly Cup.
game, and he Is looking younger
SS Horse hacing,
tt July 4 Inter-Island meet.
St Tnns Pacific Yacht Rsce.
St July 9 Start from 8an Pedro.
SS World's Champlonallp Fight
St July 4-kJames JeRrles vs. Jack SS
St Johnson. SS
tt ' SS
tt st ss ts tt ts tt n ss n ts tt st tt u st tt
every day. There Is no doubt that
he will pile tip many runs during the
season, and If put on to bowl will
take a lot ot wickets at low cost.
Anderson Is always In fairly good
form, and he only needs a little prac
tice to put him In the centur -getting
class. It Is often remarked that
It was a pity for chlcket'if sake that
Anderson did not remain in the Brit
ish lses. He had the makings of nn
International cricketer In him. and
would have gone far In the. game If
he had had tho opportunity. How
ever, what was England's loss was
Hawaii's gain, and Kobert Is Bottled
In Honolulu and giving the locals a
treat every tlmo he goes to bat. And
the champion Is a good nian with
the ball, too, and at times rolls the
wickets down In great style. The second half of tho handball
Hlshop & Co. will go up ngalnst ma(cn uetwocn the Camp Very and tho
the H. C. C. on Saturday atternoon, Y M c Ai teamB wnB glnrte, Mondav
and a fln"e match should result, asaf,ernoon on ,h.e y M c A C011rti
uoin emus will nave me ue.i men . - , ... ttn .,, ,.n . .,,,,,
and providing come British steamers
touch nt this port, there will be some
Interesting outside matches besides
the regular Inter-club ones,
SECOND HALF I "
' HANDBALL SERIES
they can possibly get. The bankers
1 Very court and the Camp Very teim
'. . ". . ... , 1 very couri ana wit uiiuiu t.-ij h-um
are a strong bunch of cricketers, and1 wa91 )0ntg cad M ,' cn,, of l0
umo 01 iiiem wtsm ai una hhid oiurn grs struggle,
of, tfie Territory at the English Yesterday Blanchard of tho Y. M, "J.
ganie. 'a team started the bnll rolling by do-
The. Maklkl ground Is In good featlug 8tcrllng of lie Camp Very
shape, and the pitch has been fixed " 45 to 13 Morcalllno wentiono
n in rtlnM rr thH nnelntt "" by defeating U II. W lams U
up In readiness tor the opening
to 12. Both Sterling and WllllamR do-
game of tho season. The trees that -.,. ,..,. . nn ,ha CamD very
were planted around the park have courtj hut Blanchard and Marcalllno
grown wonderfully, and the whole moro'thnn made up for tho taints they
place looks good at present. lost In tho drst round. The matchei
i T.i ir..ilo win h roni in fnrrn this afternoon will bo between Web-
M "Vv1 M" ,..w-... .- fn A on.1 nlf-nrlullll r..l.-jl l. !. fln1..1.. If -P
and afteYndon tea will be dispensed ZWt3ot&;T.," " uy 1 "ptO.
durlnp the Interval for "fresh- P an'Qllc'ancn or Camp Very. 0entlemen. ,. .Ame
ntnti Cricket will boom this com-, The flrgt samo w, bcgln about 3:30.1 ""7u l,,.t It U a ?act and as
fi',.r .nnn. ..from nil lmt cntlons. n-i. ..i.n .- inviti.i to record It, but It Is a tact, and a
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Itjarrhed at Lellehua the first question
jj that was asked me was, 'Whero ore
It I Sua res, Williams, Bushnell and the
SS'rent of the Beauts!' The Cavalry
lads werc-sorry that I could not
bilng my bes. team along. I ex
plali.ed the reason why nnd told
them I hud brought the best 1 could
under the circumstances.
'Wc'were given nAflne dinner. nnd
a room to ureas in: noming com 11
have been better than the way the
Klfth bo)s treated us. We then
went to the diamond, where a big
crowd of fans had congregated, and
among them was n civilian who
mnde himself very conspicuous and
objectionable. It was doubtless "bn
who wrote the article about the
"The Klfth Cavnlry boys play good
ball, and they are a fine set ot fel
lows. They beat the Hospital Co.
good nnd hard, but not so badly us
I expected, considering the team I
had. A Lellehua man umpired anil
some poor decisions .were given
ngalt.st both leaius.
"I would Ifko to play the Klfth
Cavalry with my regular team, and
would be willing to wager "a new
hut that the team that won tne
championship of the Islands last ear
can beat Iho Cavalry."
Of course, everybody knows that
the team that went to I.ellehua on
Sunday was, not the original Barry's
Beauts. The only time the Beauts
can be seen In action will be on Sat
urdays. A number of the men are
signed on with the Oahu league
clubs, and have to play at the Ath
letic Park 011 Sundays.
Barry has to nnd a team for the
Klrst Regiment on Saturdays, and
then two nines for Saturday and
Sunday games of the Hospital Co.
He Is handicapped In having to take
some of the most Inexperienced men
In the. regiment out for the Sunday
games, and therefore has not a
chance of winning. The article com
plained ot follows
nn)th!i g else.
The score by Innings was:
1 2 3 4 5 C 7 S 'J
Klflh.Cavalry 0 14 3 0 12 4 0
lleauts No. 1 1 I 01 000 0 1
Score, in to 4, In favor of the
Hell pitched n magnificent game
for the Cavalr). striking out ten men
of which we had record, nnd how
many more it Is Impossible nt pre
ent to state. Of the Hospital Corpi
score, twp of their runs were obtain
ed on errors with 'two men out, and
the) may consider themselves lucky
that the score was no worse. After
the Cavalry had obtained five runs,
the lleauts ihnnged their pitcher, hut
mi me, .for the. Klfth Hur3c landed
on the second pitcher the same, the
climax coming In the eighth Inning,
when with three men on bases Shep
herd of the Cavalry landed on tho
leather for a home run, and tho
game was all over hut tho shouting.
It Is sincerely hoped thnt If the Hos
pital Corps detachment of ball-play
ers need any more "First Aid Treat
ment" that they will come to I.el
lehua, where tho same will be admin
istered. Yours truly,
A CAVAMIY ItOOTEH.
SS tt St
(AIS III W SWIM
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Louis College v:ne Defeats Ka
mehamehas Saints Are Strong
On tho AlcxandO' Klcld )cstenli)
afternoon tho second game In the lit
tcrscholastlc series was plajcd mnl
tho St. Louis nino had no dimculty in
defeating the Kamehamehas by a
score of 11 to 3.
Thc Saints' lineup looks like n
strong team, and" some very familiar
names are to bo seen on tho IUt.
Franco, Drolcr Mnrkham and Ahana
are good enough for nn) thing and tho
Kams were up arainst a fine lot of
Tho gimo aa much cno)od by nil
present, and " 1 rooting was n thins of
joy whllf t") play was on. Tho Alex
nndcrllel 1 s n good one for baseball
and the 'i"Btators can see everything
Tomorrow tho Punuhous and High
school will play, nnd a fine exhibition
of tho national game Is expected to
oyentuate. The schoolboys aro play
ing great bill and some of Iho lads
show promlso of graduating to Iho
leagues before ory long. Tho llnenin
for )esterda)'g games woro as fol
Saints Ahana. If.: Chlnlto. ss : Yn
mashlro, p.! Franco 2b Drclcr, lb :
nvler c ; Mnrkhnm, 3b j Thevenln, rf.;
KamB Bal If.; Noa, ss.j Kalal and
Mlllkaa, p.: Apau 2b ; Lugan, lb ;
Mlllkaa and Knuhl c; Achlcu nnd
Kalal, 3b.; Kamaloplll, rf.; McClowan,
tt tt tt
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