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CORNER FORT AND DERETANIA 8TREET8.
CHINESE FIELD DAY
spring. Ilccl and Jenkins wrestled In
private for $1,000 a side about fifty
friends or cacti wrestler attend Inc
llcel got the first fall, nnd It looked as
If ho would tako the veteran Into camp,
nut tho ring was too small, and when
The Chinese ot Honolulu demon.
Btrnted yesterday that they have a
a. in... t.r.m 1 nnn tn i ma nrinninial Ilccl got his man Into a corner Jen'
crowded tho UoyV Meld to watch their kln edd toward the wall and In this
young countrymen run nnd Jump for ""''.. ibc""-- irom cxccui
rornrrtB It wan nn Intercsllne as well nB his favorite roll trick, which cn
n novel ntfalr and manv white neonle ulcl "1 ' throw Jenkins the first
u-nrn nrnsnnt In wltnpsl tho RHOrt. tlmO.
This was probably the first Chinese Jenkins Is at West Point, where be
Field Day that was over held. 8 Instructing the cadets In the art of
En Buo, as was oxpcclcd, carried off trp8tllnS- He " made a success and
the first honors as well ns many mod- ' vcr' popular with h n pupils Work-
phy from the Chinese Consul for win'
nine the most points In tho meet. Ills
little brother, l"u Yet, also- proved
quite a star and promises to some day
rival his brother.
Tho meet was not without Its spec
tacular features. Kach victor was
Ho will receive a handsomo tro- 1,ns,on th" mat steadily has enabled
jtjiiniiiB iu uri'ii in kouu conuiuon, and
If the match Is held about two weeks'
hard labor will get him In first class
hhapc. Heel has been on the road ever
slnco the season began and Is In tbo
best pt fettle. Regarding the propos
ed bout. Parker says: "All that t will
presented with a medal, lei or bouquet n8l,t n ? that 'J?,0 match be decided
r . . . In n 91.fsiit fine Tin tnat tlm.i id.
e sa ati-awwi, tstif) (-- luov tliiit. n t- -
In nn enclosure about half this slio,
nnd Heel got the worst of the bargain.
Tho size of tho ring saed Jenkins
nnd we do not caro to have a repeti
tion of that nffalr. t lost $1,000 by
backing llcel In that bout, but 1 do not
ns tbo event warranted. Tho trophies
tvero given by Mrs. Chang Tso Fan,
wife of the Chinese Consul. Miss Con
stance Hestnrlck, Miss I.ucy Kong and
Miss I.lly Kong sat on tho platform
" "".'" ?."., S'".;. """I!. l: care, for I got the opportunity that I
,; v.n. . .i.wn,. n. rhiu lowl for, and that was to show Heel
I.co loung; timekeepers; Sam Cnll. " ..tii.n ,.-,i n..i
llngworth and Mr. Hunter: judges. j!!2HSS5L JSSI during hS
Wong C. Ahfook, Wm. Kwal Fong. Hn "" Jtf t j,, Vr 1
side bet of 11.000 or for a portion of
the gate receipts."
a a a
JENKINS AND M'LEOD DRAW.
01 Farm, It. Leach; starter, B. I)
Turner; announcer. Ah Loy Boong.
Tno summary of events Is as fol
lows: High Jump (1) Chlng Yet, (2) Lo
On. (3) John Lo. Height, S feet 3
Inches. I Two thousand spectators witnessed
One' Hundred Yards Dash (1) En fine exhibition of wrestling at the
Sue. (2) John Lo, (3) Hang Chack. Empire Theater. Cleveland, Ohio, on
Time 101-2 seconds. Dec. 29. between Tom Jenkins and Dan
Ono Mllo Hun (1) Ah Tal, (2) Sa McLeod, which was- declared a draw
Fook, (3) Von Sou. Time, 5 minutes cftcr a tlmo limit of a half hour. Jen
S5 seconds. '(ln" however, won $1M because he ro-
ahn. i..t mi nn Sun. m llane malned fifteen minutes without being
Chack, (3) Henry Akl. Distance, 31 thrown. A second condition of tha
tcct 3 Inches. I contest was that Jenkins was to ro-
Fifty Yards Dash-(l) En Sue. (2) celvo 200 If ho threw McLeod within
John Lo. Time, 0 2-5 seconds. i"'u """ '"""-"
Ilroad Jump (1) En Suo, (2) John '
Lo, (3) Hang Chack. Distance, 20
,eet 11 Inches.
Ono Hundred and Twenty Ynrds
Hurdles (1) En Sue, (2) John Woo.
Tlmo, 17 2-D seconds.
Two Hundred and Twenty Yards
Dash (1) En Sue, (2) John Lo, (3)
3. C. Pong Time. 2G4-G seconds.
Polo Vault (1) John Woo, (2) Tal
Chan, (3) S.'C. Pong. Distance, 7 feet
One-fourth Mllo Dash (1) John Lo,
(2) Chlng Lun, (3) Von Scu. Time, 58
Ono Mllo Walk (1) Hang Chack,
(2) Sam Fook, (3) K. C. Yop. Time,
10 minutes C seconds.
Onohalf Mllo Run (1) Ah Tal. (2)
Ah Loy Soong. Time, 2 minutes 57
One-half Mllo Relay En Suo's team
(green) won. Time, 1 minute SI
a a a
Tommy Ilyan has declined an offer
of Alex. Greggalns to meet Jack
(Twin) Sullivan In San Francisco.
a a a
Jimmy Walsh may go to Englnnd
shortly to meet Owen Moran.
a a a
a co, Dixon has changed his mind
about retiring and will enter 3-round
bouts around New York.
a a a
Tommy Itcllly of Seattle defeated
Morgan Williams of Denver In a 1C-
round bout at Qrcat Kails recently.
ii a a
John Wlllo, tho Chicago heavyweight
fighter, has accepted terms offered In
Bon Francisco for a meeting thcro
with Al. Kauffman. This bout will bo
lor twenty rounds and will bo decided
before the Col ma Club on Fob, 2.
a a a
Peter Mntier still has a wallop. This
ho demonstrated on Dec. 25th at Ken
sington, Philadelphia Ho knocked
out Morris Harris In three rounds.
a a a
(leo. McTnililen Is back In tho gamu
nnd recently won a fight over Uubo
McCarthy In three rounds,
Tho following representatives from
tho threo golf clubs have been ap
pointed to act as a committee on tho
Whlto Hock Cup:
Manoa Club- Dr. C. 11. High nnd C.
J Hutchlns, Honolulu Coif Club: H.
II. Olffnrd nnd Frank Armstrong; Ha
lclwn dolf Club: Bt, Clair Uldgood and
D, W. Anderson,
Tho Commlttco will meet In the
near futuro to frame rules governing
tho matches for the above trophy.
a a a
THE BULLETIN, 75c per month
Wrestling enthusiasts In tho East
are looking forward to n genuine treat
If Fred. Heel, tho Wisconsin Wonder,
and tho old mat campaigner Tom Jen
kins meet in a proposed match at Mad
ison Square Onrden. Harvey Parker,
who discovered Heel's ability, Is com
ing to New York to seo Harry Pollock,
Jenkins' manager, about having tbo
match decided. Pollock is ready lo
go on with tho struggle In fact, he
has been prepared to do business wltb
Ucel ever since Heel mado such a Quo
showing agalust tho cx-champlon last
"And now that the knot li
pronounce you mun mid wife."
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The concert for the Robert Uurni
smoker In Waterlcy Hall will com
mence at 8 p, m., and patrons Bhould
be on hand early, ns the overture by
the orchestra under the leadership of
J II Stockton Is a Scottish selection
of more than ordinary merit, and the
Scottish Thistle Club would like cury
ono to be In their places beforo thr
overture commences. The speechel
will be crisp and brief, tho songs bright
and tatchy and the whole entertain
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ry to all who arc able to be present.
WHAT ROJE8TVEN8KY 8AYS.
8t. Petersburg. Jan. 3. The remark
able allegation that the Ilrltlsh fleet
was held in readiness to destroy tho
Russian fleet If tho battle of tho Sea
of Japan had gone In tho Russians'
favor Is mado by Admiral Rojcstven
sky In a letter published In tho Nooo
Vrcmya today with tho permission of
the Minister of Marine. Referring to
tho nbsoluto secrecy of Admiral Togo
In regard to the disposition of his
forces, Ilojcstvcnsky declares that
"this was unknown even to the admir
al of tho Ilrltlsh fleet allied with the
Japanese, who concentrated his forces
at Welhalwcl In expectation of receiv
ing an order to annihilate tho Russian
fleet If this, tho final object of Great
Ilrltaln, was beyond the power of tho
From Admiral Itojcstvcnsky's ac
count of his tactics In tho battle of
the Sea of Japan, the reader Is almost
convinced that tho Russian command
er outmnnemered Admiral Togo nt ev
ery point and was himself tho real lc
tor Itojcstvensky declares ho knew
Admiral Togo's exact whereabouts
two das before tho battle, made his
dispositions accordingly nnd entered
tbo fight with his eyes open. The ad
miral only casually states In tho course
nf his letter that the Minister of Mar
ino Is investing tho causes of tho ca-
tastiophc, In order to dctcrmlno whe
ther tho commander shall bo court
martialed for tho loss of the fleet.
Tbo charco that tho Ilrltlsh admiral
concentrated his ships at Welhalwcl
expecting to receive an order to de
stroy the Russians in tho event of Ad-
' mlrnl Togo proving uneijunl to the task
'has aroused a sensation Iu diplomatic
circles, all tho more so as Admiral ltd-
i (estvensky's letter was published with
tno remission of the Minister of Ma-
I rlno, and no doubt Is entertained that
It will be made tho subject of diplomat
c representations to Great Ilrltaln.
Spring-Hit--', the Ilrltlsh Chnrgo d'Af
lalres, without waiting for instructions
from tils Government, demanded an
explanation from Foreign Minister
I l-niusdorff this afternoon of tho state
ments contained In tho admiral's lot-
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