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kams Carry Away Honors
Of Championship Meet
MILE WALK IS TURNED INTO A FARCE
Ah predicted 111 the lliiltt'tln, the
Kaiiiilumi'li:r Alumni had no illfflcul
iv In winning I ho prize offered for tho
tinin storing tliu greatest number of
points nt tlio Ik-Id meet held Saturday
ufternoon nt tlio llovs' Klelil. Onhtl
College made good showing, Inking
sicoud place with 27 lsjlnts to the G8
inadu b) the Kama, while the St. Louis
Aliitmil followed with 18. .Most o the
contests weie close mid llieru was
Milne pretty work done, though no ox
Iranrdlnnrv iccords were innde.
M lckonzlo fnltcil to como closer tlinn
2-5 of n mcoml to the time of HI 1-5
widen lie wns crcdlleil with the week
Iw.rntiv mill this when ho watt niriiltist II
stronger Held, which makes It doubt-
r..l It .1... tl I ff at.i.t.1.1 I... .in.i...il..il fid
111 II III!" I- l-O BllWUtll VV HlVVlll ,
nn Inland lecord
It. Smith or Onhti, placed an Island
record lo Ills ctedlt In tlio milt run,
doln'r Hi" illstniKV In I SS. to sec
diilri lovri'r tlinn the old rvioiil
Till- iilllo walk uilded to the events
o( tho dn l) grotosipio anil colulc fea
tures After Iho experience of Hntiir
dn If there Is another meet of tlio
kind In which this ovont Is in the
program, It will liurdly rellect ciodlt
iibl) on tlio Rood Judgment of tlio pro
moters There were only two entries,
ns the o'u-nt did not count for polntH,
II .l Aros nnd II Auld. Tlio lntter
inn nenrl) two-lhlrds of the wny nnil
llnlslud sotiio llfleen feet In advance,
being very properly dlsiiunllfleil by
I)r llniid, who acted ns Judge In the
last KM) iirds, Avros, who up to this
time hml given a very pretty exhlhl
tlon of walking, thought ho might gain
n few fict mid was disqualified for tho
bnnio reason ns his coiuiKitltor. "No
laco" was M-ry properly declared.
Then cunio tho ridiculous fentuie
In spite of Hie fact that both men hnd
Ken dlsiiialined Ihey tossed up n coin
to see who would get the medal. Auld,
who hnd innde a mile, go ns ou
please. In 8.30 now, nccoidliiK to the
rilling nnd the medal, which ho niav
wear when lie sees fit. ItPlho "Chum
plon mile wnlker of llnwnll." Wheth
er n new- record will bo allowed or
was allowed, ns tho time or tho combi
nation harness race was fur less than
Iho old record held by Ari'H, or not,
will depend on tho siiKuclty of the of
llclals of the meet. In regard to this
event, the olllclals certainly made
The half mllo wns n pretty rnco nil
tho wny and showed n bit of name
work, though ! oor Judgment, on tlio
part of Dodgo of Oahu Ho had al
leudv run In tho mllo nnd wns tired,
but In splto of this set tho pace, nnd
when ho started In on tho last 20 of
tlio -llstnnco hnd n Jcad of at lenst 40
yards Then enmo his Waterloo. Tir
ed out by his first rnco anil his fast
btart. ho wns unable lo hold to tho
puce which ho hnd himself set and nt
the tlntsh was enslly beaten out, Claik
Inking 'first plnco In a pretty finish.
100 yurd ilnsli First hent: Corrcn.
(St I,), first, Murray (K), second.
Time, 112-5 sec. Second hent: !.
man (O), first; Mackenzie (K), sec
ond . Time, 10 4-5 sec. Final: .Macken
zie (K), first; I.j man (O), second;
Murray (K), third. Tlmo, 10 3-5 sec.
Mllo i im Smith (O), first; r. Dodgo
(O), etcond; II. Auld (K). third, tlmo.
410 ard dash McCnnilless (K),
first, Peterson (K), second; Carey
(St U, Ihlid. Time, 54 4-5 sec.
50 ard ilnsh First heat: IIulu (K)
fli'Bt, Desha (O), sicond Time, 5 4-5
lea Second heat: Mou Yin (O), flrbt;
Alama. (K), second. Tlmo, 5 4-5 Bee.
Third heat: Mackenzie (IC), first; Hop
kins (St I.), second. Tlmo, 5 4-5 sec
Final: Mackenzie (K), first; llulil
(IC), second; Dosha (O), third. Tlmo,
5 3 5 bee.
880 ynrd run Clark (O), first;
Mnliiikouii (K), second; S. Dodgo (O).
tlili tl. Tlmo, 2": 17 1-5.
120 yuid high hiiidlo FilBt heat:
I.ota (K), first; Iloopol (K), sccoml;
llnrhottlo (IC), finished flint but was
disqualified. Time, 20 3 5, Second
heat- DeshnO), first; J'tinol (K), sec
ond Tlmo, 18 3 5. Final: Dtsha (O),
flrBt; l.otn (K), second; I'uaol (K),
third Time, 19 sec.
Half mllo i clay Kninchnntclia,
Hist, Onhu. second. Time, 140 3 5,
bieakiiig Inland record of 1:40 4-5v
I'ole uult Uoblnson (K). first;
Ooodwln (St I ;, second; Desha (O),
third Ifelght, 9 ft. 3 In.
Shot put, 12 pounds O'Sulllv an (St
I.), first, 44 ft. 5 In ; McCnnilless (K),
ccoud; i:wallko, unattached, third.
Htiiinlng broad Jump McCandlesH
I (IC), flist, Ainoy (St I.), second. Cor-
lea (St I.), thlid. Dlstnnce, 20 ft
l Hummer throw, 14 1-2 lbs. Knul
(K), first; II Kaapana (K), second;
niank hooks of nil sorts, ledgers,
ole mauiifnetiiieil by tho Iliillctln I'ub
I.. Kaapana (K) hint Distance, 105
ft 10 In
Running high Jump- Hopper (St I.)
first, McCnnilless (K), second, Malm
hona (K), thhd Height 5 ft 7 In,
Mini has baseball prospects this
vear and it Is to bo IioihmI will bo In
ino swim tor nil liner island scneuiiiO
ut tho close of the season Tho Maul
Now of last Satiiruny nays.
Judging from tho size of tho riovvd
nnd tho enthusiasm shown nt lust
Sundny's game of baseball nt WeH'u
Park between the I.uhalliils and Knhu
lilts tlio sport ought to take tiultu well
Tho game wns not n very fust one
nnd (hero were man) eriois miido, ill-
though much more could not bo ex
pected of the l.nhalna team, which
Inn! but two short practices befoio
the enmo ovei Nevertheless they
huvo mndo up their minds lo hent Iho
Unbuilds nnd to cany Iho champion-i
ship banner to l.nhntuii nt tho end of Isilh sides, liiLrtiibed tho Inteiest In
tho senson nnd theie may be some-1 U'o game.
thing doing whin they next enmo over I " "ruer Hat a Inrgo number of tha
.loo Kspludn, tho catcher of, tho I.n-1 niatclics might be finished n rule was
bnliin loam wan In no form for Iho nllM'ted that no detlto bet should bu
l-itlnn team, was in no rorm ror llii,1)nci, cxtp,)t , . thlri r deciding
canto and could nor hold tho ball. Hi Let r u match, In this way u good
tho third Inning ho let Iho third strlko jt,n f ,(, W1UI KnCd.
pass by enabling tho b.itler. Hampton, Tho pieltlcst mntth of tho day wnl
to gel to third bnse before ho could . In the beml-llnnls, between the OH
find tho ball. In the sixth liming Joo llngham brothcts and II. Tinner ami
wns Biibslltut.-d b n native lad nnd ii. MuJor Van Vllct The latter won
great chnngo was noted. though the lontent wns linnll.v fair ns
Pitcher John (Inroln of tt.o Kalmlul roif.ir.l the r opponents Cnpt. Hum.
, .. n i ii .ii i phrcj hnd been Turner h partner nnd
eiim threw n wild ball o er Im third nct ,,, ftnkl( M.u,lt,, ' ilnr ,
baseman's head and the lailiulnns t.nrly Jmrt of lc llHl ,, im, MllJ v
bcored their first run on It Vllot was allowed lo take his place.
At tho end of tho game tho score i thus placing the Dllllnghuins, who hud
ctood 7 to 4 le rnvoi-of tlio Kiihulul. ahead) plnvcd two haul matcluc
Tho commltli-o appointed by Iho agulntt n combination In vv-liKh nn (ii
Association ,(o arrnngo n schedule In Hiel f - P'ajor tixik his phue. As
hard nt work, nnd so fur It Is under-1'1 "!,B '"' Bal'!,s S""1'1 '".)l lluV ,,CI:"
stood there vtlll ho four tennis compet
ing for honors They aio tho Wnllu-j
1-iis, Kuhiilus, I.iihaluns and Wul-
A subscription has been taken up to
fix up Iho grounds, move tho grand
Maud and make other needed lepalis,
and the local sports have responded
All In nil,, tho game Is taking with
tho people and It would ho no surprise
to hem- of n challenge fiom the mar
ried men of Kiihuliil being Issued to
tho Wnlliiku Benedict's team
With the exception of tho finals,
ulilrli villi Im iitmiif! iw.vt Hnliii.lnv.
lh., n.f.al uiir.nuuriil tmitilu Inti rnn mnii I
over held bv Ihn Pnelfle Tennis Club Tl"''"''- ""'l Vnil Vllet (Major Vail
over held uj ino l nettle leiinis Linn,,, i.,i.i u,,ii.i.inv'u i,..i .nr..t.
look plnco at tho club courts on Sat.,M, nilllnshuni mid Dllllngliani, G-5, 4-b,'
urilny nfteinoon. Tho play was fnst (.a,
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liiiiun Lioser, iiiu nisi set. running in
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Luncheon vns herved at the club
house for the members of the club and
I and their gmsts and lefreshuitnts weld
illso served during the iiftcrnoou. Ii
the flliuU to be Jilajfil on Sntiildii
Roth nuil Ilabblit nic tho favorites.
'1 ho Buiniuaiy:
Dillliigliain and Dlllliigtmui deflated
Wllllaiinon mid ll.illou. tl-2, i!--.
Itoth nnd i llabbill defeated J. P.
Cooko nnd lllaiuhaid. ft-4, G-4
Dllllngliatn and Dllllnghum dcfeulcd
Slcfie and Afong, (!-1. H-0.
Itoth mid llabhltt dcfeulcd Ilrock mid
Mott-Smlth. C-2, G-3
lliiinphic) and Turner dcfcnUd It
Cooko and I lemon way, C-l, C-5.
AilaniH mid .Mend defeuled Watul
liouso mid Wntorhousc, G-4, G-5.
Itoth nod llabhltt defeated AiIiiiim
. "tld Mcllll, G-4, 4-G, G-l
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In a game which was full of acci
dents the Tenth Infantry baseball team
defeated tho Twilights jestcrday by n
score of 12-9. Tho holdlers showed an
Improvement In their gaino but will
have to do great deal better woik If
they ale going to bo entitled to u place
In tho League In tho coming Benson.
M Hahcsllaii,- the first baseman for
the Twilights, broke Ills leg Just be
low the knee In tho thlnl Inning,
through being run Into by one of tho
soldiers. Ho was removed to his
homo Klnghiiid, who wns catching
for tho bohllers, was knocked out, and
had to leave tho game. Ho was struck
on tho hack of tho head ley n ball.
Ilobbs: Do ou mean to say that
joii can Judge n man by his rlothest
liohlis: Yes; cops and letter cnrilers.
A Connecticut prosoontlng nttorney
had his rather lined ?." for violation
of tlio shlovvnlk ordinance.
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Waiiuku Sugar Go.
FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1907,
12 O'CLOCK NOON,
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bidder six (G) paid up shares of tho
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THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1907,
10 O'CLOCK A M..
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