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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN', THURSDAY, JAN. 16, 1013.
NEWS OF EVERY FIELD
Honolulana,whp saw the : Olympic
game at Stockholm- lajt summer' can
Ik? counted on Xbp finger of fane band,
and yet several thousand Honolulans
have a clear -and accurate Idea of the
way the; 1912 Olympics Wie handled,
the appearance of the stadium, 'and
the personal I characteristics of ; the
athletes. ?" Air this .through the "mov
ies which have caught he very apir-
It" of "competitive ..sport, 'and stored it
. away for the. pleasure and education
of those, to; whom. jSweden ig as ipac-
jcegsibje as Saturn, v v ,
yAt,tb Liberty' vtbeater. for the last
t three nights motion pictures of 'the
..Orymplcj games, have been thrown on
the screen. ;,There are .three full reels
of the Stockholm, games, and taken as
'.. a, whole, t,he. jrym 1;prqbabjy ' the -finest
that has ever .been .shown in this
. clty. f The 'pictures are wonderfully
V Tcleari,'" and ''patching .Iij4one"V-wltb
; auch gobdj Judgment that, ;It is as
thou eh the' spectator was afforded, a
,.' .bird's eye view of. the entire, perfonn
- a nee. r, A 1 ittle , Wt of I everything ' is
, hown and one can. get an excellent
'!! M pfltlvnl nf enrirf whlrh Is Jtf -
, ,ed more than ten days, in less tnan an
, -''. fcour,..-?'; -f'-:r ,::A" .;v:-;v ;- 'yJ
; - ' . Ol course the local audience took: a
' "look-see' for Dnke Kahanamoku, rand
: . v brief glimpse , of the Hawaiian awlin
iner. la .the procession .of .4 American
' "athletes past the. royal box in-the
" V stadium ,was .the only, sign of Honolu
' - 1n - representative.' There la, 'dne
- ' vlav tt n iwlmmltir fans. ' hnf IlirttP
X Isn't ln'it; But then, neither 4 dees
i JIm Thorpe, the greatest .all-roima
athlete the world has ever known.' ip-"
' - ier.: in any- part ; of the Jilm.. Many
'"- iof ' then other - American ' jint-winnrs
:?ifrn toi evidence,' lut' for admeyeasdn
Jthe at 7 jnJi
.caught in the act ? '.-;'. ,x.'
j J a are especlalli. Jnterestinf , as shown
on the. screen- There la -splendid ,ac
fl tldn to .them, 'i ahd 'even', the brief
: ' riimr0i 'nf'lh hnr(M ' ihnwM "what
-t to"' - - ; . ;
, . -which N toot ; third place, t was j up
v" . B.l.li rMlr.Dolnh Paha iHfaf'M-
V-! Gratar ana a cozen oiner weii-anowu
'. American athletes are shon In ' ac
. : , Jtion and posed, before the camera Aft
er winning tbelr .various eventsJOf
epeclal interest to Honolulahs as .the
yrenresentations of vthe dlseus-casun2
" are ne w to local . peopled " v ' 1
v- The mm win oe put on again tai
v,; ' ingijerformances, and it ia wen. wonn
. a . , . - -
anrOae s wane :;xa; Bee iu in zaci,
Z i those ho : take,, ail intelligent interest
v, i-noA sun. lr tnv inven t i &i-
ready seen-.toeiiuu , ?
yf v . pictures' ,bf . the Honolulu j auto
w hy EddJj rernandez, ead off the show,
". .. .nd -are interesting from familiarity
ith;tne originals.. ;- ,, -' '
PRullCf Cy 6.U ArtANTEE - '
1 4 VfiFFERED JESS -WILLARD
CHICAGO. ; - "January Three
iratchehefore toe National Spridg
Club of -London. ;vhlch will, net '$7S
60. hare been onred Jesal Willarll.
ne ofi the few remaining memoers oi
w - r .. rill,. ";
iwlth a! decisjon p,ver,Iuther.McCarty,
anfi i ue uuir uwij-w& ...v.w.
!rtwsTvtzwl chamdion of the world.;
I Tthe iLondon offlciaJs: agreeineat, as
jar as could be ascertained, namea no
Tight to match -him"with any fighter
; 4r. BU fit: 'it a believed, nowever.
that Bbmbardler: vVefls BhglUtt heivy
i -weMgh Vchamplon. -riU )be Wfllard's
!iiist opponent-Sam Lanford and Sim
I.ieVey! are other heavyweights hinted
to as'illkely. opponents, jand this" has
caused; a Tiitch in signing. , , ' .
VhenjUrjJ'taCtfisllUng ne an"
nmiced that under no condition would
bo box a cblored)man. For this reason
h ''ha? delafed affixing bis name to
tbe boa'ctTandJ&as'cahled London
oiTicIale asking tuat oniy wane dow
" he?slgnedto meef hlntv, in case nis re
iuest notgraated he may change
4 CHICAGO, January 6 Billy McCar
y ney, manager of Luther MeCarty. the
ew king of the white heavy-weights,
ssld In effect today In a telegram to a
Chicago newspaper, that Jess Wilier J.
the local fighter, rmust make a reputa
; tion before he would bevglven a fight
. i,r the jruler of! the, big division.
( ' Wlllard refused today the offer of a
I local syndicate to, manage him. He an
' rounced heVould stand by his friend,
i 'hsrley -Cutler, a wrestler, who dis
) covered WUlard., .The fighter said Cnt
' ler fed him for several months before
lie tecured matches.
f If you tvani t6"he well entertained
at a 'polltlcn convention, you should
gc as an unlnstructed delega te.
rt JlA fTEAi JTATES
. - -
Australia has taken up baseball in
tamest and is now preparing to send
a picked nine to the United States.
This is the news brought to San Fran-
: ; clsco by C. C. Spink, publisher of the
St. Louis Sporting News, who arrived
recently from Sydney.
Australia, he nays, is the greatest
sporting country In the world, and, al
Thought its adoption of baseball is com
paratively recent, there are already
ir ore than 50!) Australians, men and
boys, playing the game. He didn't see
any games while there, but from Amer
ican fans living In Sydney, men who
knew baseball when they , saw it play
ed, he learned that the . Australians
were putting up a good sample of
America's national game.
" "They "are raising the money now to
send their best'hlne to this country.
ho paid. "The Oceanic Steamship com
pany has donated $0 toward paying
the steam's expenses and the Spalding
peo;e have prqmjsed: a slroilar sum.
Tbe Australian government will help
n Ith a contribution and' tffe different
cities .of the commonwealth will be
asked to contribute. They expect to
raise $7,500 and Will be over here in
a few months." ! .
Cal Jawing was to have accompanied
Spink"o Australia, but at the Tast min
ute changed'hls mind.' Spink intended
going from Sydney. to China and Japan,
but did net )ike the steamer, on which
be would have had to make the trip,
so .returned ,on the Ventura,
AVAILUKU, Iaui, Jan. .15. The an
nual meeting of the Maui Racing' As
sociation was held - last night In : the
"WaUuku Town Hall.,There was a good
attendahce of members. k,Tbe meeting
was' certilply 'one of the liveliest the
association I ,has held, for some tfme; W.
T.! Itobtnson. the" former oresldgnt. wai
re-elected tycclimation;' O.'H. Case
and Ben Lyons were nominated, for. tne
vlcfrjresldccyhd TiMxttas W6a
qi W. F. Crockett and EK.eirInf
were nominated for the of fice ot eecre-
tary-treasurer. Mr..Crocketti who neld
the office ior the ilast yeart jflcas Ye
elecUd,-i By,. acclamation, Angus Mb
Pbee. Louis voaTempsky and Dl T.
Carey were elected the executive com
trlttee, who, together with the officers
of the association, have charge of get
ting up the program for the Fourth of
July '.... ?: f-r'- r . , ...
The discussions of the evening were
arounsed by the fact, that the associa
tion is in debt, and the members felt
that every hieanlTcbsSI5!e should be
taken Jto Hp? the llaul Racing Asso
ciation on, a.fi.nnfinapcial basis. Sev
eral, members ,thought,the fault lay in
the. admission of too many people on
membership' passes,, while s others felt
sure that the purses should not be
made so large In the future. It was
remarked' that one' year a man took 28
members 6f his .family' Into the grand
stand. He brought' in not only his im
mediate relatives but those .connected
with Wm in' the most dlsthnt yay. The
triembere of the' association felt (hat
the privileges of free entrance into, the
Vaces should he confined to members
only pd perhaps. the wives of the
members. ' .After some discussion two
motions . were . passed unanimously
which' provided (haO member and pne
lady accompanying him should be ad
mitted free; that for each visitor who
resided away from Maui the member
should obtain a ticket from the presi
dent with tho name of the visitor writ
ten upon, the ticket, for which was to
be paid the usual admission, both at
the sate and at the grandstand. Sev-
leral hundred dollars were lost last
year by the carlessness of tne mem
bers in paying no attention to the
rules. It is expected that this year the
receipts will be much larger than for
some time In the past.
The' executive committee, together
With tbe officers, are to make up the
program of races for the Fourth and
a meeting of the whole association is
to be called as soon as the program is
ready for approval. It is confidently
expected by all members of the Maui
Racing Association ' that the coming
Fourth will be the biggest day in the
history of the sport on the Valley Isle.
v COLLEGE CHAMPIONS IN ?
ALL LINES OF SPORTDOM
HMDSATf,IAUI, ' , , u 1 - - ' - v -.
.7., . !' s .
Football i Harvard r
Track Athletics . . Pennsylvania ?v
Bowling Cornell ?
Cross-country Harvard ?s
? Soccer Yale -'
Cricket Pennsylvania r
Golf . Yale
Wrestling Cornell ?
3N Hockey Princeton
Fencing West Point
Basket-ball Columbia f
.Si 8 J $ J)
Because of Democratic opposition
Taft will not send in Gocthal's nomi
nation as governor of the Canal
, m-'C -.: ,The therf les, lylnncrs of
VW f-";' V
- ThiC fast bowling teaiasCarTied off;the honors In the last Y. M. C. A.
rowing conrpeuuon sine piayers are: - i.su 10 rigni. sianaing - u. j.
Ji'MUisiW. A-"iiaseman. . seatea--vv.-wimams. h. v. uear.
Between Island and Mainland
' ;TeamSr Commencing Feb, 5:
Oakland Has ; Strong Aggre
gation of Pin-Sniashers .and
Locals Will Have to Hustle to
, Annex. Long End. of Score.
Total Pintail to Count
'The Oakland Y. M. C. A. has taken
up the defi of the local bowlers, and a
series of Ave matches has been ar
ranged ' between the two 'associations,
the - first alley engagement being 4
scheduled for Wednesday, February 5.
This is good news to Honolulu pin
smashers, who have been trying for
some time to hook up with some of
the crack mainland teams, and a 15
game schedule is quite lengthy enough
to furnish a fair test of relative abili-.
... Manager Wisdom, or the local Y. M.
C. A. lie yshas been angling for a
series with San Francisco and Oakland
for some time past, and the last mall
brought him a satisfactory answer
from the latter city. It has taken sqme
time for ihe Coaster to come to a de
cision, but as matters have turned
cut this is a better time for a series
of the kind than December would have
been, there being more bawling activ
ity here at present than ever before.
Th letter of W. i. Uunstan, of -the
Oakland "Y" to A. T. Wisdom, is in
pt.rt as follows:
' Your letter of November 23 was re
ceived.. I i hall be very pleased to co
operate with you in a series of inter
&BEodation bowling matches. If agree
able and convenient for you, let
bcwl the first game Wednesday even
ing, February 5, and every Wednesday
evening thereafter until the Ilnish of
the tournament. We could bowl three
strings of live men. the highest pinfall
to win the game.
"Wednesday evening is the only
evening I can. give to the tournament.
Wc ihall begin about S.15 p. m.
"The San Francisco association has
eloped its alleys, so there is nothing
doing with them.
"if this tournament is successful.
ptrhaps by next se:uon vj can set
! Ios Anccles. Pori':;in). caule
I San I ianviisco. io join in.
I "1 shall have mv team reay to !t-
i Sin on February 3. 1!M3 1 shall
' giiid to bear rroin you ir me ineau-
tin;e. The men here
al send tiUT i
btet wishes lo you.
Wisdom foriii'Tly r.mna?ed t.-.o Od'k-
land "Y" allevs. and he avs ' .ai tht-v
have some rlassy roder.- to takt paif
in th coming matches T!ie Ilor.olid i
and OaV:'and teams will roll fin. - :1 -
tareonal.-. naking alloanceF tor il-e
difTereuc? oi time, and alter eu' :i
match tbe total i ii.rail .viil be ex
clianged by cable.
The loul rer.m for ench i-vrr.ing's
rolling -is to be selected by a tcniifi;?
tee of three, and this cornttee v.ill
piobably be selected by vote of th-
icK-al bowler: . In picl;it;s; the ?ivo men
to rejiresent Honolulu for each ni.iti
ithe comniitt:e will noi bs bound to
OF LOCAL "Y"
liie CIuS League Series
The Inter-Island Trophy
Handsome cup won bv Maui in the
Inter-Island Howling League series,
recently completed. A cup similar to
this has been offered by the Druns-wick-Halke
company tor the winning
team in the "Y" league race.
rollers having the highest
average in the "Y ' league at that par-
i tif ular time, but will use their jud-
r-.cnt in the selection of five men that
v ill be most use in rolling up tho
fore. Conaistancy will count for a
good deal, and quite posiibly there
will be changes tor each evening of
competition, so that probably a dozen
men' will hive a crack at the cable
The schedule committee, whkh has
in charge the-arrangement of games in
the coming local "Y" tournament. w"l
l.i'itl a meeting at 2 o'clock this aftcr-
noon, to fi'-Mire out :laying liTtes for
t!:e sewn rompetm.s: teams,
is at a bi?,h pitch.
j WILL SAIL SHAMROCK
OUT TO SAN FRANCISCO
j Thon;as L. Mi'.lor. head cf tlie S?.n
, F:iUi-isr-o s ntUeate ol ?porff mru who
1 v i'l i.i'ild a ; r.rht tr represent San
j Fr. nri. :o in the hi? rcgntt t of 1!1.",,
j received a letter f"om '"aptain Thomas
Fleming Day of New York yesterday
aovifin? hira that lie h?J promisetl
Sir Thomas Lijiton to sail the Sham
rock from KnIind to San Francisco
ror pa"tioir.cicn in the rae.
Captain Day is editor of tlie Itiulde',
a well-known yr-chtinrr t.a',-?r, and is j
the bravo snilor who Failed thf twent.v-1
tVot ya l Sea Tin! across the Atlantic j
in 1011. Ho also took ove the thirty-1
live foot ir.oto'.'-toat Detroit in I'JVZ.
V - ft
I r r
iop -mm- in
Hind Beats Timberlake in Fast
Thrte-Set Match That Brings
Out Best Tennis of the After-
noon Johnny O'Odwa's
Chances for f;inal flortijfs Are
The second round in the Punihou
tennis tournament was played "off 'yes
terday afternoon, amid "much excite
ment and interest, oft'lhe part ,of both
spectators and players. Many of: the
sets were extremely fast. Perhapsthe
best match played during .the -after
noon and the one which aroused, the
rcost interest, was that between Hind
and Timberlake, the former Winning,
3-7. 0-6. 6-4. The first. Bet of this ex
citing match, as undoubtedly the best.
as both players were, fresh and. played,
up to the mark. The second, set! was
an easy one for Timberlake,- but. the
third 'setHflnd rallied "and" cimet but
with colors flying; ' ' ''" ' r f
O'Dowda and tRenton...tbe Uvq, crack
players from Ewa, both won theilr "re
spective1 sets, easily,' O'Dowda' defeat
ing Meihecke , with two Jove s?ts and
Rentbi( defeating Coney;. 6-0: and ? 6-L
The game which is' being looked for
ward jto .with great anticipation among
tho students U ' the one-;; between
O'Dowda and Renton, which will come
off In the semi-finals on Friday, i r
The winners and their sets , in 'yes
terday's games were as follows: r'
J. "Wate defeated M.amphell 2-6,
6-3, 6-4; rt'Tassoth defeated RHorne,
;;" lX-'Wtfswoft&V4etei G.
Gibb, B-3,'6-4'j: O'Dowda defeated J.
Meinecke. 6-0. 6-0: AT Ronton defeated
VV Coney. -0ilr, ICnind defeated
W. Timberlake. S-T. O-C-tr.C'Eatory
defeated IC Gray; W, 7-5. '-.
'. ' Tomorrow .the semi-finals are .to be
played. , and there Is a good deal of dis
cussion as to "who Will get through 'to
the finals The players.' who appear to
have the best ; chances -.are O'Dowda,
Renton and lilnd. , All three are, good
players and it would be ..hard to. de
cide between Uiem bntjroiarsaultaao
far obtained it ? loots as .though
Jiaa a' ilttle.Ihe fcest chances
p"honors.' .. - ftJ.j.'F j $, '
Honolulu has taken a crack at' al
most every game and sport, excepting,
of course, those pastimes which flour
ish only in the land of red-roses and
frostbitten fingers, but heres ons that
has never been tried hererjand tjhat
might make a big hit if introduced
The very latest in games is baseball
played with a football, t The "new
friend of the magnate and the profes
sional players nemesis is Professor
Benscoter of the Wllkesbarre, Fa,
high school.5 As Inventor of. the new
game he explains It as follows: '
"A baseball can not be easily held
by players in cold weather, hence the
need of a game with the larger, clum
sier football. It is played on a base
ball diamond, with the same number
of players on a side, the most potable
difference being, that there Is no
pitcher; this player occupies the place
cf another shortstop-'right shortstop
between first and second. "
"The ball Is put Into play by being
Kicked from home plate and the run
ner hikes for first, as in baseball, and
is put out by the passing of the ball
to first ahead of him, as in baseball,
or being touched by it in the hands of
"The runner may not advance from
a base hen the ball has not been
passed to the baseman, who touches
the base' while the runner is there;
this debars the runner from advancing
from the base until it has been again
kicked out; it likewise debars; any run
ner back of him. The kick may be of
any sort place, punt or drop kick.
The runner may be declared out if he
advances from the base before the ball
is kicked out. If 'the ball is kicked
foul the1 kicker is out; he is also out
it he fails in an attempt to kick.
The game Is very lively, being full
of constant kicking, running, catching i
and passing. It develops ( strength,
t.npprf nffiirarv. skill, and with"
j i"! lf?i?e!!5s.t?Jiiin
UUH I'll AlVVJUJll Ul C 11 1 1 I CCUUUi 1IUU1
the chance of being injured by n pitch
ed or batted ball." .y
The so-called blushing bride usually.
ha? a red face from drying her com4
plexion on new towels.
mint pittic ucinirur
L XATIVE BROMO-QUININE. reJ
moves the cause. Used the world ovef I
to cure a cold in one day. E.- W. i
GROVE'S signature on each box. Mada
SRIS MEDICINS CO. Sjt Uui. V. 9.A
: LATEST -
4 $ 1
v YES, SIR. THIS WOULD BE
PERFECT BALL PLAYING
Some dopester. evidently run-
v niug shy of winter league stuff,
N sat him down to make' a few
ball players himself, and here,
i are the results of his cogita-
'tlonsf- u- .4
f Tike Ty Cobb's speed. Artie
Hoffman's marvelous twisting $
body. Duffy Lewis' throwing
arm. Jimmy Sheckard's head and
Tiis Speaker's hands. Mix well.
and you ' have tbe best imagln
able baseball player.
Take J Arty "Grlgga energy.
Wllbert Robinson's body. Snod- $
$ grass' hands, Tom Needham's
feet. 'John McCraw's throwing
S arm and George Growne's head.
-$ Fit them together and you have $
S tbe worst imaginable player. . 4
Give Ty Cobb Trla Speaker's
$ arm and you have a baseball $
player whose like has never yet
been seen, v G
Coast Paper Gives
Compilation of the 1912 swimming
records has brought the name, of Duke
Kahanamoku again Into prominence
on the mainland, a r The Sacramento
.Union of recent date says: v'v: f s
Fifty, per cent of 191s swimming
can be written around one r nut
brown Duke Kahanamoku, who flashed
across the aquatic firmament from far
away Hawaii in a blase of bright if
damp glory. - The other half or, to be
strictly Impart! al-7-t he other seven-sixteenths
-may be 'dated Chicago, and
conceded to Chlcagoans. Hatfield of
Jhigland. C Hodgson of .Canada, Long
Worth of , Australia and. Bathe of Ger
many furnish the foreign fireworks. '
Kahanamoku waa4 the sensatioa of
the year, i His : marvellous sprinting
made the world's best look like child's
play, - Unused to tank-swimming with
its puzzling turns,' he -held hi own
I with; such performers as -Perry Mc-
Oiljlvrty. Kenneth Huszagb and Dick
Frizelle. But when he went over to
tho Olympic games and there compet
ed In .the shorter distances with longer
stralghtways and less turns, the world
took a hack seat and watched him go.
Perrr,; McQUUvray-fcf tho f li A.- C.
swam the . fastest Quarter mile in
yekrs as one of the' features" of the
year lopping, eight seconds from the
nark held by Daniels,: and doing this
"With i, consummate; ease that proved
beyohd aH;doubt.that he was the fast
est mail in. the world at this distance..
McGillivray is climbing and climbing
faS'LT' "-v :.y
Harry" Ilebner.1 also a tri-color per
fcrmer . ; remained the undefeated
prodigy of former years in the hack
stroke events. The cream of the world
fell before him at .the Olympic games,
the best America could produce, were
humbled by him In the tryouts and out
classed in the A. A. U. championships.
speed, speed that's what Is I lit
store for light-harness enthusiasts this
coming season.' Following close on the
heels of Trainer, Havis James, an
nouncement that he will give Joe
l'atchen II a careful pre at Pleasan
ton to shatter the existing pacing rec
ord of the world, the news has been
Hashed from the. East the Uhlan, the
black wonder, will make an attempt to
lower his world's trotting record. Thus
with both trotters and pacers making
onslaughts on the records, there will
likely be something doing when they
ore straightened away.
Uhlan will have undisputed right to
try and beat 1:5$ for a mile, as he
shaved three-quraters. of a second off
tbe record at Lexington last year, but
In the case of Joe Patches II some ar
gument may arise. Trainer and Driver
James believes that if nee hustles the
famous pacer around the circle In bet-,
ter than 1:58 he can 'advance his
charge as the record-h'older. Dan
Patch gets credit in the books with a
nark of 1:55, but as that mark was
turned with the aid of pace-In-front
snd a wind shield, James' Is of the
opinion that the record; should bo
thrown out and Minor Hjflr's 1:58
accepted. J3o Joe will try and beat
Uhlan is wintering at Augusta, Ga.,
snd will be handled carefully all win
ter. He will undergo a eiege of train
ing and hia handlers confidently expect
him to startle the world with a fast
mile when the time Is ripe,. Uhlan is a
wonderful trotter 2nd It ould not be
surprising to see him negotiate a mile
in better than 1:58.
This evinlng at seven-thirty o'clock,
IU TO GO
at the Honolulu Seaside Hotel, Wai-j between the J. A. C.s and r, A. C.3.
kikl., the "Hawaiian band Will present: and match walking race at u :nile ani
the following program : (a half between Jackson and Meek.
March SHverle'af KutscheraJ mm
Overture-kluanita 1 . . . Suppe SOXETlIINfi EPJBDARLE,
1 Ballad La Paloma .
Selection n Trovatore
Vocal Hawaiian Songs. Ar. by Berger
Selection Pirates of Penzance. . . . .
Waltz Eva Lehar
March Eva Lehar
The Star Spangled Dauner
When to the Philippines Color
ed Soldiers Cleaned Up Ev
erything in the Competitions.
Foot-Racer Proved That Ho
Could 'Eliminate Space' -.
' v - - v. ' ' ' ' '
Local sportsmen are toil las for
ward. with. keen ant tel rat ton to the
time when the Twenty-fifth Infantry
lets Shaken down In its new stition.
tud uncovers somecf Its star athletic
teams and Individual, performers This
colored regiment has a hi& reputation
in, the service, and lLli expected that
there will be a whole lot doing when
the men get in the game here. There
are hall teams, scrappers, runners and
tike racers of class among the men.
and no doubt the regiment will cut a
big figure in local competitions,
v An officer of :; the Second Infantry
who was stationed at Zamboanga with
the twenty-fifth In' 1307. yesterday di
lated on tho athletic prowess of the
latter regiment. - . ' . v? ;?- - ,'
"Those fellows go in for every kind
of sport, from cock fights to ping
pong he said. "Down at Zambo they
carried off everything, and It was real
lyt laughable the way they cleaned up
from-the, other organization s, "In one
athletic 'meet they wen everything on
the card but a match hundred yanls.
If I remember rightly, and that wis a
lead heat. - ,
Eliminated 6psee. ' ; ;
This race was between a little chap
in our regimen: who used to be a pro
fessional runner, and a big chap In the
Twenty-flfta nsraed George .Washington.-
I dont know 'whether- he's still
withv the Teglment.;Lut at. that time
there were about - eighteen Geora
Washlngtons-In it, so you cant tell
by looking on the rolls. T he colored
soldiers !Wer great ''ones to bet. 'and
would baclt- their own teaas to the
Halt, covering In a few hours tnonry
that took the other organlxatJr.s d.ij
lo raise, "There was about a the---- '
CoKars op on thU foot. race, and a La
of excitement:ovcriLvOur: ir.-n k
all .the. tricks of th trale ir.l U.!
the gun by six feet.' but at thit Georsa
Washington caught hid at the tap,
and pie .Judges called it a dead heat.
Someone asked. Washington what hap-,
pened, whereupon be drew, himself up,
and with great dignity said: , 'Ah was
detained .at the startia IJne, suh, hut
To', must admit-that. whin Ah started
thVf pursuit. 3Ah "snttiogly ' ellmiaated
epaceV .. - ' ;t -V' ;;-':k '
r Besides ' Hollie Giles, tho""erack wel
terweight scrapper, there are1 several
other" husgy fighters lit the regiment,
wltfcjor withont glovs. lTherd aro sev
eral runners, and a flock: ot challenges
may be" seen? winging; their way in
from Lellehua befoirlbrig.,';-:r-'i
Boosts SoccerV'Si":'' '"V; ".
; :;The 6Sth company of coast artillery;
aif Fort KoinehamehaThlut a first rate
soccer team,,and will probably he look
ing for, games .before ilobg. Captain
Taylor, now In command at nUm, Is an
ardent soccer fan,' and. tji Inks that his
company will be ready to take on local
aggregations with, credit,. to. the corps.
A; suitable football field, win be cleared
on the 4 Kamebameba reservation as
soon u 'possible.. fT'&-JY.-'.
Sport JETS ATI vr
It is getting so that a baseball fan
neyer has a chance to Jsibernate any
more. " X f
The nation's golf-ball bill Is C
000.000 a year, and there are some
players whowlIl be surprised to hear
that it is so litt; no one has com
puted the highball bill , that goes -with
it i ' -. . f- -f '
i If the New YdrZjlmericans do welli
next season h will he because Frank
Farrell wasn't afra Id to take a Chance.
Baseball played with a football Is
the latest, according to the news col
umns. How luckyfor our tender toes
that the sport investors didn't make
it the other way round.
Jack Johnson might get a promoter
to listen to him "by doming to Hono
lulu and enlisting in tne Twenty
fifth Infantry. Tbe fight tfame is
good on tbe islands. '
SUNDAY'S BASE 3 ALL.
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day afternoon at Athletic Paik can
slsts of a curtain, raiser between the
Asahi Juniors and C. A. U.. the fourth
Raroe of the penuant! series: a game
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