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This nftcrnooii, n large expedition
if Honolulu people athletically In
clined, mid their friends nro start
ing ninth for mi InvatfUm of Maul.
With racquet nnd tnnllet the Invaders
expect to conquer or die. nnd to
bring home nil of the spoils.
Tills 1 the most Important athletic
migration nnd Invasion which has
been seen in these islands In n lone
time. The Maunn Kca Is full nnd the
Miknhala will carry n crowd of ten-r.ls-lacrs
nnd polo experts, nnd nd
mlrcrs, who lire going down to meet
ccr. thing nnd anything which Maul
has, nnd to defeat It.
The lnvadci's nro hound for Pitu
none. Hero the tennis sanies will
he held tonionow, polo on the day
Hut not till of the army of invasion
will stay over for the whole of this
tun. The schedule of the Clntidlno
liaH been chanced so that n number
will stay over for u dance Wednes
day evening, nnd he bail: lu Hono
lulu Thursday morning. The ath
letes nnd friends left by (ho Maunn
Ken, ut noon, or will go at ." o'clock
(.n the Miknhala.
The plans arc helped by the fact
that tonionow has bccif declined il
The Miknhala Is under u special
charter for thfe trip.
Thu rivalry between O.ihu nnd
Maul Is particularly sharp. Last
J ear the locals won the tenuis cup,
but polo honors went to Maul. This
time the people from this Island arc
going down determined to bring hack
Tho tennis at I'minono wlfl bo
plujed off toiuoi low morning, and it
Is expected that It will ho pint in time
to have full results in the spouting
columns of the II u 1 1 n 1 1 n tomor
row. The play Is to be for the total
games, not sets. The trophy Is a
silver cup originally put up by tho
I'uuncnc Aiiiietic uiuu.
The men will play In the following
teams: I' K, Steorc nnd H. U. Mead,
,W. V. Until and S. M. Ilallou, C. (J.
llockus and I). W. Anderson. II. Cas
tle and Capt Humphrey, J. T. Wntcr
liouso and J. 1. Coolsc, II. W. Mucfar
lnne nnd Dr. Lnnglinrnc, L. 8. Con
ncss nnd partner, and It. C. 12. Fors
ter nnd (1. J'. D.ivlcs.
Tho polo team will be Dr. Will
Hnldwln, No. 1; Harold Castle, No. 2:
U. W. Shingle, No. :i; and (leo. Den
Ison, No. 4.
Those who make the tilp nro:
11. V. Shingle (polo), Geo. Dcnlsnn
(K)lo), Harold Cnstlu (polo-tennts). It.
(. E. Korsler, Drltlsh Consul (tennis),
Mrs. Horsier. Sidney Ilallou (tennis),
Mib. nnltoii, Capt. Humphrey (tennis).
Miss Lilian Sargent, Miss Muriel
Campbell, Mls llcatrlco CampbcU,
Mrs. llnnoy Murray (ladles' tennis),
Mrs. W II. Comwell, I)r. Laughorno
(tennis), Mrs. Limghnrno (ladles' ten
ns), Lieut Shlpp (lennls), Mrs. Sam
Wilder dailies' tennis), Harry Mac
fiiilann (lennls), Mrs. Harry Mncfar
lane (Indies tennis), Allco Macfurlano
(ladles' tennis), Mrs. flco. K.ilrchlld,
Jamea'A. Wilder, Gcrrlt Wilder, Mr.
Thather (friend of C. M. Cooke). F.
P!. Rlnnrn llnnnlal T1mv.iI Tt M.....I
(tennis), Mr. and Mis. Illchard hers,!
air. and Mrs. Oeo. navies, Mrs. James
A. Wilder. Mrs. Lillian Wilder, Mrs.
John S. Walker. Robert Atkinson, Nol
llo A(klnson. Mrs. Waller Schultz.
flo on Miknhala, return on Claudlno:
John Wntcrhouso (tennis), W. O. Wal
ker (tennis), W. I. lloth (tennis), C.
(1. IlockuH (tennis), L. S. Conncss,
newspaper, D. W. Anderson (tennis),
.1. A ..Daleh (wireless), I)r. Murray.
Co on Mauna Kea, return on Claudlno:
Geo. I), McClcIInn, secretary to Pilncu
MAY HUN 400 METER RACE
FOR SPOKANE. Mffl
iOYAL ANNEX CAFE
kAL. THURLOW Proprietor; late Chief Steward of the
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They Have Arrived
W. C. Tcacock & Co., ltd.,
Tho pcoplo of Spokane, Wash.,
have offered u $-'.00. cup for Car
penter nnd Hnlswcll to run a 400-
inctcr race. This is n direct result
of tho one unpleasant Incident of the tho runners before they wont to their
Olviiinlc races, of which tho illsn.itch- """KM tnal in tno oom or unv Uor
have been able to get up without tho
asslstnnco of friends or not," lie said.
"I wish now that 1 had been left
LONDON, Eng., July 24. Tho
official account of the 400-inctcr Hat
late In tho Olympic Stadium yester
day, which icsulted lu tho disquali
fying of J. C. Carpenter, of Cornell
tnhcrslty, after ho had won tho
cent, Is ns follows:
'It was distinctly understood by
cs give tho following account:
LONDON. Kng., July 25. Tho
American athletes stood firm today
lu their determination not to enter
tho ic-riinning of tho 400-mctcr race,
in tho ill st running of which J. C.
Carpenter, tho Cornell man, wan mi-
lug tho race was to bo ic-run half nn
hour later. Tho draw for positions
resulted In Carpenter getting tho In
(,ldo position. Then came Halswellc,
Taylor, and Roliblns on tho outside.
"Carpenter dinted off lu tho lead
at a great pare, with ltobblns second,
IlaUwcllo thlid, and Taylor fourth.
With conditions, thcicforc. Just In 'To tho mlddlo bend tho positions were
his liking. Lieut. Halswellc. tho llrlt- ,llc 'imo- Thon Hnlnwcllo drew up,
Ishcr, went out nnd rnn the event according to tho umpire stationed at
alone, "winning easily," according to the spot, nnd led, for ns near as could
the Americans. Ills tlmo was :.r0. bo Judged, half n second. Carpentor
The ovent was the gloomiest that tlion rnn wide, elbowing Halswello
has yet marked the Olympiad. Aa onto tho outer sldo of tho track. Thon
tho lono runner crossed the finish I Hobblns crossed to tho Inside. A Big-,
lino tho KiiEllt.il let go a weak, per-i'ml was given by tho umpire when
functory cheer, while tho Americans Halswolle was fouled, nnd all the men
and all other nations except tho Kng- with tho cxcoptlon of Carpenter, who
Ilsh were conspicuously silent. ran right out, partially pulled up, as
Tho Oljmplc committee mndo a fin- the tapo having been broken there
al effort today to induce Taylor and could bo no raco. Taylor rnn pcr
Itobblns, tho two Americans still oll-lfcctly fairly throughout. i
glblo for the mini, to cntor tho race, "The Judges themselves Inspcctod
but thoy were deaf to every appeal, j'ho footmarks, which showed with
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To hae entered tho race, they s.ild,
would hnvo been nn Implied sanction
of tho disqualification of Carpenter,
which all tho Ainei leans btlll Insist
was a lank injustice.
Thought Americans Would Run
After the awarding of the Mara
thon rate to .Io.hn J, Hayes of New
York, on tho piotest of tho Amei leans
against Dornndn, the Italian, tho En
glish thought tho Americans would
leconsldcr their withdrawal fiom tho
400-mctcr event. They were none
tcm stiong In their Insistence that
Hobblns and Taylor compete, how
oor, for they wcruidead set on hav
ing tho record show! Halswello n win
ner In this event and competition
might have denied them this empty
Dorando, tho little Italian who wan
first nciosH the lino In the Marathon
lace, but who was disqualified on ac
count of lecelvlng assistance n num
ber of times In the last few jnrds of
the rate, was at' the stadium today,
not much tho woise for his terrible
run. Ho had no complaint to make
ngalusl his disnuallllcnllon and (ho
nwaidlng of (ho rnrelo llaes.
"I don't know whether 1 would
perfect clearness that what had hup
pencil was unquestionably such us to
bear out tho umpire's signal nnd
prove that a foul had been commit
ted." Tho London morning papers, with
the exception of tho Express nnd tho
Dally News, refrain from comment
ing editorially upon what Is describ
ed as uu "unpleasant Incident" and a
"bad blot'on tho Olympic games."
Kim To Act
IMdlo Fernandez will handle the
indicator for the Hlversldo League.
Ho has agreed to the proposition put
up to him by President Atkinson, and
by A. K. Vlcrra, and a majority of
signatures hnvo been secured for tho
lntincntion of the appointment.
Tho League opens up next Sunday
with games between tho Anlas and
l'nlamas, nnd between the Chinese
Alohas and tho Japancso A. C.
The Pnlnmas arc tho winners of tho
first scries this year, but they will
come Into tho second scries weaker
through the loss of their crack bat
tery, Ksplnda and Joo Clement. Thcso
men have gono to Maul, and will pro
bably not be seen nt nil in the local
As the playing wns rather closo
during tho first scries, it Is thought
that there. Is a possibility of tho mat
ter going to the plnylng-off of tho
rubber between tho Pnlnmas and tho
winner of the cccnnd scries.
To barken back to the umpire ques
tion, Kddlo Fernandez at first declin
ed tho pleasure of acting for this par
ticular league, for the reason that an
umpire's berth with them is not tho
niost sccuro In tho world, according
to past experience. Tho decisions of
several havo been reversed, contrnry
to alt laws of tho game. Hut that
this will not occur In tho futuro Is
iihsurcd. Kddlo goes Ip assured that
ho will havo the support of the league
It will bo recalled that llcrt llowcr
resigned us tho official umpire of this
league only last week.
Keio Depart To Hilo
To Gather Laurels
The Kelos left for Hawaii this
noon. Thoy aio expected back all
light, and hi Hue fettle, as they
should be given eoiiio games worth
while when they aro In Hllo town.
Tho sentiment In Hllo Is decidedly
pio-Kclo. Thcro was little, desire
thcro for n gnmo with Santa Clara,
nnd the local pcoplo camo In for a
round 10.1H because thoy proposed
meh a thing (o pay tho expenses of
tho trip which the Clarnns recently
niailo to tho Volcano.
On the other band, Kelo Is being
received with open arms. Unicornis
hnvo been furnished, and things nro
being made pleasant for them. This
would naturally bo tho case, how
over, as Hllo has a rather largo Jap
ancso population, nnd Moohcnu Park
ought to resound with more banzals
than ever echoed and re-echoed from
the mnuka and Hwa blccchcrs at
In tho meantime, tho fnns will he
treated to somo ball between the vn
tlous local teams and tho Santa Cla-
as. The Pumihous Want another
whack at Santa Clara, and the Jewels
will not be slow In such n matter.
Though a good pait of tho attraction
, leaves town with tho Kelos, there will
no games ami interesting games right
New and Complete Line of
WHITNEY & MARSH
.lockoy WIUI3 yestotday afternoon
rode Sunrise to victory oer Loahl
(llrl, ridden' by- Foriclni, In u a-fui-
long match rata at Kaplolanl Park.
tt tt tt
Tho Kaplolanl llaboball League,
meets on Friday evening to arrange
for tho second series of gaiiiot, which
uio shortly to begin.
Kredeilck Poper, millionaire pies
ident of tho Christian Popur Tobacco
company, spent tho night in a pollti
station at St. Louts, unable to give
bond atlcr his arresi lor i mining ihmn
In bis mitnmnhllo Mitt, llnihwll N.
Lyon, u society woni.ui,
WASHINOTON, (J. C., July 21.
Tyrus Cobb, tho Amei lean League's
champion batsman, and one, of tho
gioatest hall-players tho gamo has
ever ploduccd, Is soon to Join tho
iiinks nt tho llciicdlcts.
I It has leaked out that Cobb and
.Miss Charllo Lombaid, of Augusta,
Oa aro to bo married tho tlrst weok
In August, Cobb ulrcady having ob
tained a leave fiom Manager Jennings
I for n week for the purpose.
It is Cobb's Intention to make a
tour of Japan Immediately nflor tho
baseball season closes. Mr. anil Mrs.
Cobb will Bpend tho gi cater part of
tho winter tnnellng abroad.
' This means Ty will be socn In Honolulu.
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