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EVENING HULLETIM. HONOLULU, T IT., WEDNESDAY, EEC. 9, 1908.
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Snm Nelson, the lightweight touted b
Alec (Ireggalns h "tho logical siicces-
Mir nf Rattling Nelson." won knocked
out In the twelfth i oiiikI by Kid Harrl-
ton last night. The pity of It wns, so
fnr as Nelson was conceriieu, mm no
wan winning when tlio calamity occur
led The fight was of the fiercest descilp
tlou iind quite In line with Ihu two
other battles iut up by the same pair
l'nr a few ioiiiuIb Ilnrrlson h.id the bet
ter of things and then Sam forced the
liico and fought detcrmineiii) ins leu
end right svvlngH soon had Harrison's
face In a bad ny Among other markB
of the frav IlarrlHon dlBpla)cd a swol
len ear which looked n It It might
buist at any moment.
In the tenth round It looked ns
though HairlBon was too tired to do
any damage and Sam seemed to get
fiesher with every rally In u fierce
mlxiip In (ho twelfth tlio spectators
were looking to se Harrison beaten to
the Nimii, when ho hwuiik with tlio
right and caught NcIboii on the chin.
Nelson fell bb though shot and It was
scleral minutes befoio he could bo
hi ought to..
The opening bout of OlenRon's show
at the Dreamland was between Monte
Mtell and Jimmy Kenyan It wns a
slugging mutch fiom start to finish
with Rc.ignn making the pace. Attell
never refused tlio Issue, although ho
wiih ei tired at dllfeicnt stages of
HILO RACE MEET
NEXT BIG EYENT
CLASSY ANIMALS WILL COM
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Two Says of Good Sport Is Promised
ana urogram rrovtaes lor uom nur
NKW YORK, N. Y., Nov. 30. One
world's record and two Indoor record
were broken at the first meeting of tlio
. A. U. cliamplonshlpB here tonight
Patrick McDonald or the lrlsh-Aiueil-can
A. C. set new figures for throwing
the DC pound weight for height. Meb
ln Shepherd, the Ohniplc chnmiiloii.
waB beaten eight jarda in the 1000-
ness and Running Contests Large ar.l run by Ilan Glssliig, the time
Evrvd,,. 4 W.,li T.ikelv (2120) being n new Indoor record. M
P. Drlsco I of the Mercury A. u, or
Exodus to Hawaii Likely
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Yonkers won the two-mile tun In
9:28 2-5, a new Indoor record.
300nrd run. final Won h Loroy
D. Orlnnd. Pastime A. C ; J. J. Kosen
SPOUTS BY THE
With eight troops of cnvnlry com
ing hero on Jnnuaiy 12, the casual
observer might think this an ox-
trcmcl) opportune time to begin con
sidering tlio outlook for the coming
polo season. There are euro to be
Mime crack placr among the ofil-
ccrB who wear the cllovv facings,
and n good Btrlng of polo ponies will
probably make Kb appearance also.
All of the conditions here uro decid
edly favorable to the maintaining of
a MiBt-class polo team. Thero are
any number of good pin) era resident
In the Islands. Most of them aie
piobably a little seedy, hut n few
dna' woil; from the back of tbo
wooden horse would work wonders.
Tlio pony supply should be easy, to
recruit. Experiments In Southern
California have demonstrated that
there Is no moro "head)" not head
strong) pony than the mustang,
when he Is properly schooled by a
decent hoiseman He has tlio advan
tage of wind, speed, eje, and cour
age, and ho frequently makes the
long-pedigreed animal look like tlio
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It Is to be hoped that the Outrig
ger Club will keep up the good work
Inaugurated by Alexander Hume
I'oiil and hold regattas at frequent
Intel vala. Theie Is no doubt hut
that the regattas help to foster In
tel est in the aquatic sports for
which the Hawaiian Islands hava
been noted since tho first Caucasians
came to theso shores, nnd each re
gatta should have a pretty definite
monetary wiluo as nn attraction to
tomlsts. So far tho Outilgger Club
has been distinctly i' llvo wire in
this community. Let us hope that
It will neier take a less Importnnt
place In public activities, but rather
Increase the scope of the good work
which It had undertaken. Thero Is
no place on tho mainland where surf
boarding and boating can bo carried
on ns It can hcie. It Is easily within
tho bounds of icnson that, In time,
sportsmen may Hock hero in largo
numbers to enjoy the aquatic poBsI-
lillltles, just as tuey do to other
parts of the woild for hunting and
About the noxt "stunt" on tho
calendar for tho Outrigger Club
might bo a water gymkhana. Thcie
would seem to bo endless possibilities
along that line, nnd It tho genci.il
public did not appreciate the efforts
of tho Outriggers It would be a great
Mil prise to tho S. 11. One can hardly
Imagine n moro delightful afternoon
or oienlng In this favored part of tho
world than one Bpcnt on Walklkl
lleach watching aquatic sports; and
If a few halr-iiilscra weio Incorpoi
ntuil Into tho program, so much tho
hettoi for tho spectator.
What will ho the next number on
tlio pugilistic program? Though of
brief duration, Joo Cohen's last eu
tcitalnnicnt was quite Intciestlns
and was teitalnly worth the eiy
moderate admission fco asked. Thoio
mo still some ambitious ones In
these islands Why not give them
I (i chance to pioc thvli wuith?
cnt events are being watched with
Interest, nnd there Is eiory Indica
tion that there will be n general ex
odus of local sportsmen to Hawaii
about the end of this month.
The card piomlscs good entertain
ment nnd Is mi arranged that the
loeiH of both harness and running
races will h.nc no chance to com
plain. The fourth race, on the first day's
program Is a free for all with a $250
puue. There Is likely to be a good
bunch of starters and there Is a pos
sibility that home surprises may bo
sprung beforo the horses have passed
under tho wire.
Thero are four events for Hawall-an-bred
animals. These arc suro to
call out many entries, and Incident
ally to cause a boost In horse breed
Tho Japanese will be out In force
to compete for the purses offered to
their ponies. They nro already
working their animals out In antici
pation of tho coming event and thero
Is every Indication that tho per
formances In these races will be far
superior to any of their class over
before seen on tho Hlto track.
Wnldo J., the speedy old harness
cterari which Tom Holllnger
brought here several jcarB ago, will
be one of. tho h,orses on whose per
formance Interest will center. The
horse Is said to be In tho pink of
condition, nhd a fit antagonist for
anv thing that may bo put up nguin&t
The following Is tho complcto list
First Day--January 1
I'll st llace: Half-mile, Hawaiian
bicd; puise, $100. '
Second Race: Ilalf-mllo Japancso
race, sweepstuke (beven to enter) ;
purso, $100. '
Thtid Race: Ono mile nnd n quar
ter, Merchants' Stakes; purse, JlT.'i.
1 'on i tli Kace: Free-for-all trot or
pace; purbe, $250.
KI f tli Race: One mllo Hawaiian'
hied; purse, $250.
Sixth Race: One mile, hurdle lace
(six hurdles); purse, $100.
Seventh Race: Three-quarter mile
fiee-for-all; purse, $200
Klghth Race: Thiee-quarter mllo
Ilavvallan-bred; purse, $100.
Second Day January 2
Tlrst Race: Five-eighths mile, fico
for all; puue, $150.
Second Raco: Ilalf-mllo Japanese
i ace (for Japanese saddle ponies; no
nice hoises allowed); purso, $50
Third Race: One and one-half
miles, free for all; purse, $250.
1'ourth Race: Half-mile lony race.
I'lfth Raco: Three-quarter mile,
Hawatlan-bred; purse, $150,
Sixth Raco: One mile Luna race
(four to enter); purso, $50
Seventh Race: Threo-quiu tcr mile,
free for all; purse, $200
llighth Race: Ilalf-mllo Hawaiian
bred; purso, $100.
Ninth Race: Half-mile Japanc30
raco (any Jockey can ride; six to
stmt); purse, $100.
Tenth Raco: Cowboy raco (for
cow ponies only); puiBe, $25.
8 8 8
Students at Alllolant College oio
taking keen interest in Rugby nnd a
team has already been orgaulzed.
Tho bo) s are planning to put In con
Mdcrable tlmo at practice, and thoy
bcllevo that they will be able to turn
out an eleven which will compete
on even tonus with any of Its wolght
Hut little lias been done jet to-
With the big llllo race meet only
four weeks off, horsemen are begin
ning to awaken to n realization of
the fnct that there Is bomcthlng In UrKi Irtsh-Aiiicricaii A. C, second; J.
the nlr. Communications from llllo J. McKntce, New ork A. U.. nurd.
lelatlve to the entries for tho differ- n. K. Cogglns, l'astimo a. u., loiirin.
lime, .! "
Throwing 50 pound weight Won
by P. McDonald, Irish-American A. C,
with lfi feet 3 8 inch: M. J. McOrath,
Now York A. C. 15 feet 10 Inches; S.
P. Ollles, New York A. C, 15 feet; M.
J. Sheridan, Irish-American A. C, 1 1
feet 9 Inches.
1000-vatd run Won by Harry Hiss
ing, unattached; Melvln W. Shepherd,
Irish-American A. C, second: W. Her
koln. New York A. C , third; It. J. Egan
Pastime A. C, fourth. Time, 2 min
utes 20 pcconds.
Two-ml!o run Won by Michael Drls
coll, Mercury A. C; Tom Collins, Irish
American A. C, second; George V.
Donliag, Irish-American A. C, thlid; J.
T. Klsole, New Yoik A. C, foiirth.Tlmo
0 minutes 28 2 5 seconds.
Standing broad Jump Won by II
Adams (N. Y. A. C), with 10 feet C
Inches; J. A. Dlller (Urookljn Y. M. C.
A.), 10 feet 5 Inches, second: U. Tomp
kins (Irish-American A. C), 10 Xcct
1 3 4 inches, third.
Running high Jump Won by 11. r
Porter (Irish-American A. C), with fi
feet; II. A. flcdney (Boston A. A.) and
II. J. Orumplot (Now York A. O. tied
for becond, with 5 feet 11 Inches. In
the Jump off H. A. Ocdnei won second
Putting tho 8-pound shot Won by
Martin J. Sheridan (Irish-American A.
C). with 01 feet 6 1-2 Inches; W. W.
Coo (Boston A. C), second, CO feet
4 inches; J. J. Elliott (Irish-American
A. C.) third, 59 feet 9 Inches.
Sevent)-(lve jard dash, final heat
Won by Robeit Cloughan (Irlsh-Amer
lean A. C.) ; J. F. O'Conncll (N. Y. A
C). second; R. Reed (Oordon A. A.),
third. Time, '07 4 5.
220-jard hurdle race Won by J. J.
nilcr (Irish-American A. C): J. .1. Do
nahue (Irish-American A. C), second;
M. Dnlght (Princeton A. A.), thlid
Only three starters. Time, :2S 2 3.
Running, hop, Btep and Jump Won
by P. Adams (N. Y. A. C), with 43
feet 4 Inches; M. J. Sheridan (Irish
Ameilcan A. C), second, 43 feet 9
Inches; D. Ahearne (Irish-American A.
C). third. 43 feet Jl 1-4 nehes.
One mile wnlR Won by S. Llebgold
(Irish-American A C); 12. Elsliinlng
(Mohawk A. C), second: H. Mann
(Pastlmo A. C ), third. Time, 7:17 4-5.
Polo vault for distance Won by W.
A. Mcl.eod (Iiish American A. C),
with zu reet 9 1-2 Inches; M. J, Short
dan (Irish-American A. C). second, 2(i
feet 5 Inches; J. Hanbrook (Mohawk
A. C). third. 23 feet 9 3-4 Inches.
8 8 8
ACTIVE POLO SEASON
EXPECTED AT RIVERSIDE
By Hour or Trip.
G. G. Beokley, Jr.
RIVERSIDE, Cullf., Nov. 30.
That tho Riverside polo season will
be p.utlculaily active this winter Is
tho opinion of all tho local plnjoi-3.
Hariy Gordon Pattee, who has re
tained from an extended trip to
Canada, declares that a number of
good poloists from thnl country and
England will soon arrive In River
bide with their ponies to pass the
winter nnd engage In tho polo
games and tournaments which hnve
been planned. s
.Frank J. Mackey, tho mllllonalio
polo plujer, Is expected to reach Riv
erside some tlmo In December, He
will bring with him tho fastest team
of polo plujcrs that has ever been
seen In action on the Chemawn Hold.
Accompanying hi mvvlll bo the cap
tain of the international Ireland
team and two of tho most brilliant
pla) era In England.
Major C. G. Ross Is expected to ar
rlvo next week fiom his homo In Al
bcita, II. C, to tako pait In tho
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