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Fine Ball Played
In Atkinson League
Kcwalos 10, Ala Momma 0; U. 8.
M. C. 8, Ilanlwals U; Kcwnlos 8,
The foregoing were the scores In
a rattling "trliilc-cnilcr" baseball
ganjo of t'le Atkinson l.oaguo yestor
ilny. All teams were In linn tilm
ami, thoiiKli some or the scores were
n little ono-sldcd, tlicrc wan nothing
lliat resembled a walk-over 111 liny of
The Slarlnes (showed up particular
ly strong, nnd made tliolr opponents
hustle good nml hard, liven nt that
the soldiers' whitewash brush worked
very well, anil the llanlwnls wora
From the performances of the
lean's yesterday, the .Marine nilRht
well ho dopcil out ns tho HlroiiRcst
team lu tho leaRiie.
Two vktorlca fell to tho lot of tho
Kcwalot In the trlple-ondrr baseball
tontest of the Atkinson I.eaKiiu jes
tcidny. Ami llioy wero all well-earn-oil
victories too; thcro waH nothlim
or tho llulio ahout It. Tho United
States Marine Corps hunch hit win-
nine Ktre.iU and manaRcil to licit out
I'liotiRh runs to carry off tho victory
In their contest nRalnst tho Ilanhvnls.
Tho first riiiiic of tho ilny was ho
tween tho Kewnlos olid tho Aln Mo
nnas. Tho Kcwalos had their win
nhiR clothes securely fnstened on,
ami the Ala Moamis could not Ret
cen a peep hi tho victory lino.
DurliiR tho first three IniiliiRs, It
was a !- proposition, and It looked
at; thoitRli the Ala Minimis wore RolnR
to hold tho Rratshoppcrn. Tho fourth
inuliiR saw the Jump, however, anil
two runs were chalked up un tho
hoard for the Kcwalos.
In tho sixth InuliiR tho Kewnlos
hammered out live, and for a time It
looked as thoiiRh they had tho Ala
Moamis roIiir couth. Tho latter
hunch pulled toRcthcr and stopped
tho nvalnuchc, hut In tho ninth the
Kewnlos lilt the name ntreak npalu
anil added three more to their hunch,
mnklOR 10 In all. As tlie.Moanas had
not been able to Ret one little tnlly
In, they loft tho field with a RorReoni
coatliiR of slaked lime and water.
Tho tenuis lined up nml tho official
ncoro was as follows:
Mcdclros. cr ...... 0 1 0 1 0 0
Plniental. ss I 2 1 0 0 I 0
A. Sotizn, 2b .... 4 3 2 0 A 1 0
Deponto, p 4 2 2 0 0 2 0
V. Joseph, c ...r. 1 1 0 14 1 0
J. Mnrtlii, If .I 1 1 1 0 0 0
Jl. It. Kroltns. 3b. K 1 (I 0 1 0 0
Crook, rf I 0 0 1 0 0 0
I'nrcBU, lb 4 0 0 0 10 0 0
Totals 10 10 8
2 27 8 0
Ilalloy, hs 4 0
Kapiihll, If 4 0
Myers. 2b 4 0
Mnkaniil, c t 0
Cllllluml, 3b ..-.3 II
Unrbnttle. (.r . ...1
Knlowenn, lb ...3 0
I'cdro, 3 0
Tinsk, rf 2 0
Totals 28 0 3 0 2fi 7
I'lmentnl out, bunting on third
Kcwalos 0 0 0 2 0 5 0 0 310
II, H 0 10 2 0 2 10 2 8
Ala Monlias . ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
II. II 0 0 10 0 0 10 1 3
Tho second ganio of the day piovcd
almost us much. of n walkover Tor tho
Marine i. Thoy whnled out eight
runs with great caso whllo tho llanl
wnls weio trying vainly Tor oven onu.
It was rathor easy picking far tho
well-trained sea-soldier bunch nppar.
Tlioin was rcnlly vory lit tin room
for complaint In tho work of tho
llanlwnls, but tho marines put up ono
or tho best games that thoy havo
handed out slnco tho bcxIcs began.
There wio few errors and tho bat
ting was of the order that always
The sea-soldiers started tho ball
tolling In tho first Inning when thoy
hanged out tlirco runs. Just as n
tarter Then thoy waited u while,
presumably to glvo tho other fellows
n cliancn to catch up. Nothing hav
ing been done up to tho fifth, the
marines got busy and annexed thrco
morn. In the eighth they took two
nolo and.kthc Ilanlwals having ac
complished nothing In tho Hist or tho
ninth, the mnrlnes concluded that
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beoldey, Jr.
they hail all they needed nml did not
take their last turn nt the hat.
Following nrp tho line-ups:
U. S. M. O.
McCall, ss S 1 1 1 0 1
Winter, lb I 2 l 0 12 0
ObII, 3b 4 3 2 0 .0 2
Mnsak, 2h 4 2
Anderson, c ...,3 0
. . I 0
Mike, rf .
Totnl 33 8 7 S2CU 2
Knlanul, rf ... 4 0 0 0 1 0
Hiltlcr, lb-c .... I 0 1 0 7 1
Wnlkor. 2b 4 0 1 0 1 3
Dole, ss-p 4 0
Karhann, 3h ....3 0
L'ctcr, cf-lb ... .3 0
MacauLiy, p-cf-lf.3 0
John, p-U . . . .
Totals ..;.., 31 0 r. l 24 7 7
llanlwnls 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
II. II '..10001102 0 '.
U. S. M. C 3 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 S
11. II 1000302 1 7
The Inst Ranie of tho dny resulted
In another defeat for tho unfojtunnte
Itanlwnls. In their second gnino they
'catiio out better than they did against
thci marines, only losing by tho nar-
row ninrgln of ono run. Tho Kewnlos
who had ndmlnlstcrcd such u beat
ing to tho Aln Monnns, wero nlilo to
do no better than 8-7 ngnliis't tho
Following nrc the line-ups:
Mrdelrns, cf . .
I'lmentnl, 3b .
M. It. Frcltas, 2
'Ihpontc, p ...
,M. Joseph, c .
Martin, xs . . .
JF. Joseph, lli-c
M. .Frcltas, If.
Totals 3C 8 7
2 27 8
II. Wulkcr; cf . ,
A) left, kh
(Peter, rf-lb . .
llussey, c '
' Williams, lb-rf
7 7 3 27 14 C
Knwillris . .
,10 0 12 10 2 07
L II. II. ...
Ilanlwals . . .
II. II. ...
Tansan Cup Is
Austin Whlto carted off tho Tansan
cup on Moanalua links yesterday. Ah
ha won tho cup at Ualcrwn at a former
tournament, ho Is now tied with Simp
son, who nlso hns two victories to his
ci edit. The cup must bu won threq
times, each tlmu on a different course,,
in ouler to boconio tho property of thu
Tho scoies yesterday wcro as fol
51 109 15
.1. I). Mcluoiny
It, A. Jordan . ,
A. V.. Jordan . . .
F. Ilalstoad ...
J. II. Ilryan ;.
J. Cullcn Sr. . .
K. O. Whlto ..
U. Munro 62
it it it
"Jack" Carpontcr. tho crack. Cornell Nebraska,
quarter mllcr and a member or thu i It I J!
Olympic team last summer, who Is tiM Mornlngld( college Is building an
tending Goorgo Washington college, indoor trnrk In tho old Grace Moth
WnHhlngtoii.'U. C, has refused to trail odlst church at Sioux City. A quarter
for Indoor moots -because he cannot mile cinder track will bo created on
spare the time from his studios. llasu field this spring
AUTO TAKES 'EM TO
WHERE RIP SLEPT
FROM MANHATTAN TO CATSKILL
AND BACK IN DAY
l Municipal Dam and Aqueduct, Locat
u ed in New York Mountain Fastnesses,
0 l. visited by X arty in Kip; Motor (Jar,
Drive Through Snow
The peoplo living on and about
Manhattan .Island, though at tho
'.point of greatest density of imputa
tion on tho American continent, arc
btnught by tho automobile within n
few hours of mountnln heights where
It Ip Van Winkle slept nml where rude
nature still rclgus heedless of tho
Kmphasl.1 of this fact, only half
itallzcd by most, was given the other
day when a party or four In tho
coitrso of u day's run In n motor car
not only made Its wjiy from New
York up tho Hudson and Into tho
Catk!IK but turned nhout nml made
tho return trip tho samn day In splto
of snow In tho miintnlns.
Thoc who made tho trip wore W.
J. MorRnn of tho New York (llolie,
MnnaRcr W. 8. Jcwoll of the Now
York branch of the Franklin Com
pany; F. K. Spooner, a well known
photoRrnphcr; and Charles Fox, nml
thoy covered the distance In n six
c) Under Franklin motor ear of forty,
two horsepower. Approaching ptho
Cntskllls, thn party, had a thrcc
mllo climb oer a treacherous moun
tain road covered with socrnl Inches
of snow. Its turns wcro abrupt, but
tho route was covered without seri
ous difficulty. The destination of tho
party was New York City's dam nml
aqueduct In tho mountains. The re
turn to New York was made, In n
Tho day's mllcaRo wns 2A3. The
start was made nt 7 o'clock In the
morning, and tho trip ended nt 2
o'clock In the morning. As n mid
winter drive It has been seldom at
tempted by New York uutomobllisU,
but It wns nmde without n single ad
justment or tho motor car.
Sox Are The
P. W. h
Chinese A. C 7
Aula A. C 7
Whlto Box 7
Japanese A. C 0
Tho Chinese Athletic Club defeated
tho Jnpancso Athletic Club by a scoro
of 10-1 yesterday nftoriioon nt Aala
Park, and tho Whlto Sox administer
ed an 8-5 drubbing to tho Twilights.
Just ono tally was scored hy tho
picked team from tho hischall leaguo
lu .tho practice gamo with tho All-Ila-wallnns
Saturday afternoon. Tho ag
gregation which will meet Mlko Fish
or'H hunch wns uut for blood, nnd thoro
v.'iib no foolishness at any tlmo. Fer
nandez bar his men well In hand, and
tho calamity-how Icrs, who nro propho
rylng annihilation for tho men at the
hands of th All-Americans, nro likely
to sing another tuno before many
moons havo passed,
it n n
Taraoka nnd his friends nro speak
ing slightingly of Fcrnnndcs' Kapala
these dus and beating tho tomtom
for tho big black stallion. Knpala's
owner has all confidence In his ani
mal, thoiiRh, nnd says that If Taraoka
will pioduio tho thing that talks ho
will let tho stallion try to catch up
with Kapala any day it will suit tho
Kapa man. (larden Island,
n It S
One day of tho National llortlcul-
turul Congress was observed ns Omn-
fi7(na uay, and on this occasion the
SI Omaha Commercial Club had an auto
mobile parade over tho Missouri Riv
er,. Into Iowa and to Council Illuffs,
whoro tho congress: was held, and
thonce, rccrosslng tho river, back Into
JOllANNEStlimO, Bo. Africa, Dec.
2C II. E. Wnlker, tho South Afri
can runner, did sonio excellent work
and broke n jrccord here today In
short sprints at tho Wanderer
Sports. Ho mndo 100 ynrds In 9 2-5
seconds. This equals tho time cred
ited to Walker In England laBt Aug
ust, nml It is one-fifth of a second
less than tho previous record niado
by Daniel J. Kelly at Spoknnc, Wash.,
.Tune 23, 1906.
Wnlkor nlso mndo tho 120 yard?
dash In 11 2-S seconds. This Is a
now record. Tho record for 120
yards Is 11 4-5 seconds, nnd'wns held
by II. J. Wefcrs, mnde nt Travers Isl
and Sept. 20, 190G. These record!
nro for nmntcurs.
Tho nows thnt Wnlkor of South
Africa had beaten Dan Kelly's record
of 9 3-B coconds for thn 100 ynrds
nnd hns nlso traversed 120 yards in
11 2-S seconds nnd beaten llcrny We
fcrs' record for the distance, docs not
conic as n surprise to Amerlcin fol
lowers or athletics. At tho Olympic
games hold In I-ondon last summer,
Wnlker showed his wonderful speed
lu tho sprints when ho won the 100
meters rnco from ns fast n trio of
sprinters as ever faced a starter. Hec
tor of Virginia and Cartmcll of Penn
sylvania represented America, nnd
tho rcmarknble work which tho Vir
ginian had shown, both nt home nml
in Englnnd, mndo htm tho loglcnl fa
vorite for tho final honors. Kerr of
Canada, a sprinter who hnd dono ro-
mnrkablo work, made up thn final
ists, and ho was looked upon ns tho
contender with Itcctor.
Walker proved to ho tho dirk
horse. Tho South African runner Is
a phcnomcnnlly fast stnrtcr nnd ho
left his mark so quickly that ho es
tablished a lead nt once. Try as they
would tho fast trio bchlnil him could
not gnln on the flying youngster nnd
ho crossed the tnpo n elenr winner
over Itcctor, who took second, with
Kerr third, nnd Cnrtmcll In last
plnco. Tho winner In n field of four
whero Cartmcll finished last has to
bo n Bprlnter of exceptional nblllty,
nnd as It Is known thnt Hector tins
done 9 3-5 In practlco and has shaded
9 4-5 In competition, tho now record
ot his conqueror does not Invito sus
picion which most records create In
the minds or nthletlc followers when
something specially fast Is accom
plished. a n n
NKW YOllK. N.-Y.. Dec. 28. At
meeting of the registration com
mittee of tho Amateur Athletic Un
ion today six prominent athletes
wore suspended. Thoy nro Molvln
W. Sheppard, Charles Ilacon, Harry
F. Porter, nnd Gcorgo V. Ilonhag of
tho Irish-American Athletic Club, F.
O. Hollars. Now York Athletic Club,
and J. J. I.ee, formerly of tho I lost on
Athletic Association, but now unat
tached. The charge against tho men wa
professionalism, tho allegation being
thnt they had accepted and asked for
exorbitant expense money. The no
tion was tho outcome or n searching
Investigation by tho registration com
mlttco ol tho Amntoiir Athletic Un
ion, which wns conducted nt the
West Side Y. M. C. A. building to
night. Chairman Obcrtuhcsslng or tho reg
Ittratlon committee said that ho and
his brother members had como to tho
conclusion thnt these athletes and
possibly others had been demanding
money boyond what might bo termed
legitimate expenses, characterizing
tho claims or soino or them as exorb
itant. Ho showed a statement from
Major Wolf of tho Seventy-fourth
Ilegimcnt of Buffalo which showed
that Porter, Sheppard, ami Ilonhag
had been paid, according to tho Idea".
of tho commit tco, sums far In excess
of what tvero considered ordinary ox
penbes. It It It
Max Drentou has claimed to bu thn
lightweight wrestling chxiiiplon for ii
long tlmo. Every tlmo ho dofoats a
man ho t.ends a report to tho news
papers. Kvcry tlmo ho loses lip for
gots It, Ho Is a good booster for Max
Ilrcntou. On Decembor 18 ho was de
feated at Spirit Lake by a, A. Calkins
Rrenton took tho first fall In 14 mlu
ftes nnd tho next two went to Calkins
in 11 and 15 minutes. Tho inci
weighed 133 pounds and Ilreutoii can
not complain about tho weight. Thej
will meet again on January 22.
It. K. Walker, who won tho hundred
yard dash In the Olympic games, hiked
the same dlstanco lu 9 2-5 seconds In
games at Johannesburg. South Africa
This lltilo dnrkey Just flitted over hl3
some soil llko n racing car and ho
didn't oven stop to say good-byo. This
Is tho fastest tho century dash has
ever been run In but tho record will
probably not stand because the games
wore not sanctioned.
Sullivan Is The
'Dick Sullivan .mndo n burst of
speed lu the walking rnco yesterday
which carried him over the tape nn
easy winner, nnd nlso cstnbllshcd a
new record Tor tho couisc.
Knch or tho thrco high men hioko
tho record nnd tho bunch rcnlly fin-
Ithed together. Sulllvnn was first,
then came Ayrcs, whllo Cheatham
hi ought un tho rear. Just tlirco sec
onds behind Aytcs, nnd seven second
behind the winner.
Tho following nro tho records mndo
by tho men, rrom Knluknua nvejiuo
nnd King street to the Wnlklkl lun:
Dick Sulllvnn, flrBt, 15:35.
II. SI. Ayrei. Fccond, 15:39.
K. St. Chcntham. third, 15:42. '
Course record cut from 10 minutes
by first three men to finish.
It It It
Tho Fort Shatter basketball bunch,
which defeated the Y. M. C. A. men
Inst week, tasted n lit t lu of thou own
medicine Saturday night. The Normal
School managed to win, by tho rather
precarious margin of ono goal. Tho
final score was 2B-25. Tho teams lined
up ns follow: Fort Shnftcr Mnrks,
c; Abcr, rr.: Durant, ir : SIcCall. rg.: ' f'
Weber, lb. Normaln Toomcy, c ;
Lindsay, rl.; Tacao, If,: Mernecko, rf.;
OLYMPIC ATHLETES ,
Han Franclnco, Jan. 9. Preliminary
negotiations whereby a picked team of
athletes from tho Olympic Club will
Journey to Honolulu to tnceC u formid
able aggregation to ho mustered for
thnt purH)so uro now under way. Arch
ie StcKlllop, a isipiilar member or tho
winged "O" organization, left yester
dny for tho Islands, whero ho will en
deavor to Interest tho local athletes In
tho proporcd meet with Olympic Club
representatives. SIcKillop Is acting
for George James, tho nthletlc commis
sioner at tho Olympic club, nnd It Is
moio than likely that tho two cnthiis
lastii will be successful lu bringing
about thu big athletic meet In tho near
Tho contests between tho Island ath
letes and tho local team will Include, all
branches or sport and u game or foot
hall will ho ono or the main features.
Track ami field athletics will illso
make up tho extensive program, and
Janes and StcKlllop aro hopeful of thu
Honolulu supiKirtcrs putting n strong
team In tho field.
SIcKillop arrived hero Friday on tho
Siberia, and will stnrt Investigating
tho prospects Immediately. w
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