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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II , WEDNESDAY, DEC. 23, 1908.
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Thorobred Bull Terriers
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Hump Wins Victory
In Six-Day Contest
NEW YOHK, N. Y Dec. 12. That Hon lap and the 1Ib show wan over,
famous old humpbacked Jump, that MacPurland and Moran, thd win
niiule big rio)d MncFarland one of ncrs, will receive n prise of $1500 In
the greatest sprinters that ever whirl J addition to bonuses, und Hutt and
ed down a stretch, won for himself Stol get $1000 and Demnra and Hill
and Jimmy Moran at Madison Square $700
Harden tonight, the best nnd fastest
six-da) blocle race ever raced
At the finish the score stood: Mnc-
Furlnnd-Mornn, 2737.1; Kutt-Stol,
riv the marcln of half ft wheel's 2737.1: Illll-Dcmiira, 2737.1; Wnl-
brcadth ho beat Walter Uutt. the thour-Root, 2737.0: Colllns-Mlttcn,
champion of last year, across the 2730.9; Calvln-Wlley, 2736.8; An
broad black line that marked the end derson-Vanonl, 'J7.1C.4; I'nlmcr-Dro-
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of 142 hours' ceaseless work.
Lapped on Uutt's rear wheel was
Walter Demnra! the San Pranclsco
boy, whose wonderful dash Into tho
six-day gamp was the man el of the
I ace. ,
Finish Very Close
They finished bo close that the pro
verbial blanket could huc covered
all three, and It wus only Dig Mac's
great Jump that won for him: that
Previous record, '.
. , City
HIGH TEAMS WILL WRESTLE FOR
SUPREMACY ON FIELD
Mailes and Y. M. C. A. Will Test
Strength Funahou Eleven Greatly
Strengthened, Promises To Be Much
in Evidences May Result in Draw
Christmas Day will Beo the most
interesting gamo of the soccer series.
The Mailes and Y. M. C. A., who are
tied for (list place, will meet nnd
endeavor to settle the Question of su
premacy. Incidentally tho Punnhous
mid Diamond Heads will again try
Each of the teams In the league has
pluyed four games. Tho Malic, Y. M.
C. A , nnd Diamond Head elevens
have each won two of the games. The
Y.'M. C. A. nnd the Mullen hnvp each
When the Maumi Kea pulled nway suffered one defeat nnd nlaved ono
Jump that means an ndded sprint at from her dock jestcrday noon nnd ( gnmc; the Diamond Heads have
a moment when tho rider Is sprinting started on her wa, sho had on hoard uet. defeated twice. At thn bottom
at a pace that it seems Impossible to n goodly representation of horsemen of tilp H coiiips In tho Punnhnu ng-
Improve upon. headed for Hllo to witness the races BrcB.iton without n single victory,
They started off slowly when the which will be held tlieio on January.!.... wm, ..... .irnwn Annies in Its
riders of the five vanquished teams 1 and 1.
had been called o Itthe track, and a I Despite tho fact that tho Mnuna
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pisioi biioi sem mem un mc impur- iii'u win iuuku mi ain-iiw .icn ,v,.
tant ten-lap Journey. excursion to Hllo. it looks as though
Tho big German took tho lead. At Honolulu will be well represented on
his wheel, not more, thnn six Inches Havt all at the time of the meet. Dur
on, rode Lanky Kloyd, and back of Ing tho past two weeks many horse-
thc Cnlifmnlnn, less than a foot, was men have migrated, and the next trip
Demara. Kor six laps they kept In of the Maunn Kea will doubtless seo
Just those positions, with the crowd many more hooked
so silent nnd tense that the ells of I Reports from Hllo, regarding tho
(he trainers calling off the laps progress of the arrangements for the
awoke echoes in the garden. meet, are.dccjdcdly encouraging, and
On the soventh lap Hutt bent until it looks as though the coming event
his head see.med nlmost to. touch his 'might constitute tho most successful
handle-bars and shot out with auto racing meet In tho history of tho lsl-
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mobile speed. Hut not an Inch did ands.
he gain. The same half-foot separat
ed his rear wheel from Macl'arland's,
and Mac's from the little San Finn-
Spurt on Death Curve
At dashing speed they whirled on
the eighth lap and the ninth nnd
three-quarters of tho tenth, and then,
on the high bank of the famous death
curve, only twenty -six jards away
from the finish, tho big broad back
of Mach'arland, arched like that of an
angry cat, -swayed from side to side.
His head went down, and his legs
took on the speed of an automobile
piston. Forty yards from the finish
he "wus shoulder to shoulder with
Rutt, 30 yards away, and he was still
on even terms, 20 yards from tho
tape. It looked as though a dead
heat would he tho best he could do.
nut then tho final Jump, tho thing
that seemed Impossible; It wus only
a little more speed, only a supreme
effort for a second, but It was there,
and the big fellow whirled over the
line a winner.
A few jardH more and Rutt would
have"been forced Into third place, for
Demara was sticking close to Mac
Farlund and was almost abreast of
A patriotic roar that lasted five
minutes greeted tho lanky victor and
the band struck up Yankee Doodle.
Demara Geti Roie
As MacKarland went to dismount
he was seized by his partner, Mornn,
and an ecstatic vwarm of trainers,
und literally lifted off his wheel. De
mara, finishing third In his first big
race, was hailed with scarcely less en
thuslusm. Some one, his fiancee, the
romantic spectators insisted, flung
him u big bunch of roses which he
carried uround for a lap on his bars.
While the band played national
anthems each of the three riders, now
Joined by his partner, rode nn exhibl-
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
There won't ue much of a team to
meet tho Roach All-Amerlcuun when
l hey return here, unless folic get out
and get' busy. There hns been n llttje
desultory talk, to far, but that is about
all that has been accomplished and
there seems to lio mlghtlv 'Ittle hopo
of anything much stirring Just set.
Thoso Sea,, Wrens will bo coming
along pretty soon now, und then thuio
will he Toom for a goodly bmwh on
cntortnlnment'ln tho boat raring line.
If thd Wrens do all that reports piom
Iso for them, they will probal lv ;noJ
about the moBt popular lltt'c ci.ift
that hac ever been seen here.
Republican reformers in Houso of
Representatives plan to amend rules.
The Punnhous have been strength
ening their team wonderfully of Into
and the showing which they havo
mndo against tho high percentage
idevens lends color to tho belief that
they will havo to bo counted In at
the finish. If they should win tomor
row and again on New Year's Day,
they will upset things to a consider
able extent nnd force some addition
al play to determine the final stand
ing of the teams.
It is said that tho Punahou bunch
Is now considerably stronger than it
wus Inst Saturday, nnd as It held
down the Millies to a 11 scoro then,
the outlook Is most promising.
The Mailes and Y. M. C. A. have
not met slnco December B. Their re
spective showings against the other
two teams In tho league havo been
so varied that one can hardly base
any opinion concerning the outcome
n n n,
Chicago, Dec 7. ''(llant Jeff" Ovet
all went to work as n cattle corter for
Van Norman, I.avvlor & Co. in tho
stock yards this morntng, and tomor
row another of tho star pitchers of
the two tlmo world's champion Cubs
will have taken tho first step In the
path that Is labeled "beef baron" If
j on succeed. Mordecnt Drown will bo
gnu at the Hammond packing company
plant tomorrow morning.
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