Tim Fujino, parent, 448-0156.


14-inch, 35-over league: Teams needed for May 1-2 event, Coast Guard Station Sand Island. Fee: $175. Limited to 10 teams. Information: Ron Pellegrini, 396-0254, or Ed Schell, 395-7782.


Free lessons: For all ages, May 2 at various Oahu courts, morning and afternoon, depending on location. Information: 955-6696.

Track and field

Hawaii's Fastest Human: May 1 during Punahou Invitational Relays, 100-meter sprint competition. Entry fee $10. Entry deadline April 27. Contact: Jim Steiner, 521-9315.


Freestyle Open Tournament: All classes, Sat., May 1, at McKinley High School. Weigh-in at 8 am. Competition starts at 10 a.m.



Box Car Racing

ABCRI Racing: May 8, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. (registration closes 11 a.m.), front parking lot, Tripler A.M.C..


American Heart Association Benefit: May 5, 12:30 p.m. shotgun start, Waikele Golf Club. Fee: $160 individual, $480 3-person team. Information: Liz at 538-7021, ext. 22.

18th Hemophilia Tourney: May 6, 12:30 p.m. shotgun start, Kaneohe Klipper Course. FeeL $100 individual. Format: 3-person bestball. Information: Ruth 521-5483.

18th Swing for Life: May 13, 7 a.m. and 1 p.m. shotgun start, Mililani Golf Course. Benefit for St. Francis Medical Center. Fee: $420 team (morning), $450 (afternoon). Format: 3-person, bestball, two balls on par-5 holes. Deadline: April 23. INformation: Eugene Tiwanak, 547-6877.

Hawaii Men's Volleyball Benefit: May 14, noon shotgun start, Mamala Bay Course, Hickam AFB. Format: 4-person scramble. Fee: $100 per golfer/$380 per foursome. Deadline: May 7, or the first 144 golfers. Information: Myron Wong, 839-6972.

No Na Keiki O Kaneohe: May 17, noon shotgun start, Mid-Pacific Country Club. Benefit for Kaneohe public school system. Fee: $375 team. Format: 3-person scramble. Information: 247-7224 or 235-2020, ext. 4.


Hunter Education Classes: May 7, 5:45-10:15 p.m.; May 8, 7:45 a.m.-3:30 p.m., at Richardson Pool, Pearl Harbor. Open to all, 10 years old and up. Attendance at all sessions required for certification. Information: 587-0200.


AYSO Diamond Head Region 48: Fall registration, May 8, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Kaiser High School cafeteria. For players born between 8/1/80 and 1/31/95. Fee $38 ($50 after May 8). Birth certificates required for new players and those who did not play in Region 48 last year. Information: 377-3139.


Grand Slam Tournaments: May 7-9 for women's "C' and "D' and men's "B' and "C'; May 14-16 for men's "D' and mixed "C', all at Hickam AFB (area 61). Entrance fees: $200 per team (add $20 if not registered U.S.S.S.A. Final meetings, Tuesday evening before each tournament date at Henry Loui's Restaurant. Information: Larry Baird, 423-1198.

United Airlines Slowpitch Tournament: May 18-21, 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m., on Waikiki-area fields.First five local men's and first five local coed teams to apply join visiting teams from U.S. mainland, Kauai and Australia. Entrance fee waived for local teams. Contact: Elmer Kapuaala, 668-7875.

Coed leagues: Start in May. Night league (citywide) weeknights in town, day (South Shore) league Saturdays at Kapiolani Park. Interested teams, players contact Chuck King, 842-4401.

Tai Chi

Anniversary Celebration: May 8, 6 p.m., Sun Yet Sen School Gym, 135 N. Kukui Street. Celebrate birthdate of Zhang San-Feng, legendary founder of Tai Chi, with an evening of Tai Chi demonstrations and pot luck fellowship. Contact Bernard Chee, 839-2078.

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