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SPOUTS BY THE
Horso-raclng In these Inlands
should lio tlio principal sport of tlio
people. Still, nothing or next to
nothing U done nt the gnmc.
llilo certainly wakes up twice n
year, and holds n match meeting--for
that Is what the rncea really re
solve themselves Into.
It Is merely n sec-saw game one
owner Imports n good horse and
sweeps tlio hoard on, say, the 4 th.
Thu principal owner whoso liorsci
nre defeated, Immediately hcgtns
looking around on thu Coast for a
llkcly-looklng gco-gco to win here,
lie succeeds and so the gnmo goes
The obvious remedy for this state!
of a (Tali's Is the Introduction of a
. pioper handicapping system. Let
Mhcie bo fairly adjusted weights for
n Blurt, and n notice of a graduated
hciiIo of penalties for winners of cer
tain races, lly this means the spec?
tnelo of the same horses running n
similar distnnce, under exactly tlio
sumo weights as they carried, por
hnps, the day before, would he avoid
ed. Ah horse-racing goes nowadays
In theso Islands, one horde, or maybu
two, scoop nil tbo prizes. Taking thu,
last meeting at llllo as an example,
on New Year's Day Major Collier
heat old limner by half a length, tlio
old horso finishing under tho whip
On, tho second day tho samo two
horses met nt thn snmo dlstanra nnd
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NEWS NOTES FROM
There wero two soccer games play
ed on tho Kameliaineba grounds Sat
utday afternoon. Tho first gnmo
was between tho High School lads
and tho Alllolanls. The former won
tho game, -after fighting very hard
fur It, by the score of 1-0. It was n
very windy day. The second gnmo
stalled nt 3:45 between the Knmchii-
mchas and I'unnhous, This was an
interesting game, lloth sides played
very hard, but ucltbcrtenm niado
a goal, so after tho second half tho
scoie stood zero on each side. The
I'unnhous have n stiong team Ill's
year. Mon Yin was the star player
of tho day.
it n n
Cy Morcland falls to secure lcaso
on Sun JYnnclsco ball giounds.
tt n u n m a k a a n a u tt
nt tlio samo weights. Of course. Col
lier won easily. There was no Inter
est tnkpn In tho match as tho result
was a forcguno conclusion.
Or eat Interest would havo been
centered on the race, Ifi ns should
have been done. Major Collier had
had, say, a 1 .'.pound penalty imposed
for his win on t'-e first day.
All that Is required is a competent
haudlcappcr, who will see to it thnt
every horso has got a chance nt tho
weights. Until this handicapping
sstem Is Introduced, racing In this
Territory will simply languish, nnd
probably expire on Hawaii, ns It
seems to havo already dono on Oahu.
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SPALDING, VICTOR, and D. & M.
BASEBALL, GOLF, TENNIS
Diamond Head Smoker
Is Great Success
Thoro was a flno muster at tho Ilea
lanl Uont House last evening. Every
body rolled up with the Idea of a fair
etcnlng's fun well, they got it, and
a bit over.
A better amateur show has ncer
been put up on Oahu than the class of
goods handed out last night.
Tho program ranged from the pa
thetic to tho absurd. Some of the
stunts mnde tears, (low from the eyes
of the Irishmen present especlully
Mlko I'at ton, whoso delightful bruguu
I.es.' I'ttrlo nnd Sam Chllliiigwortli
wero Indefatigable in their efforts to
entertain their guyests, nnd If roars
of laughter and encores galore are any
criterion, they certainly succeeded.
Tho ball opened with n rattling
good two-step played by tho Diamond
Head Club. As an encore the samo
musicians played another line selec
tion. Mnko ration next raised the audi
ence to their feet with a flno song en
titled "Irish Molllc."
Tho next Item wns n mandolin nnd
guitar duct by Jim Ah l.ol and "Uncle
1)111." This went very well Indeed.
Two members of tlio club next put
up n good four-round go with tho
gloves. Charllo Itcllly acted as refereo.
Thu fighters mixed things in u willing
way. both between themselves, and
the icfereo Charlie Itcllly would step'
In to break n clinch, and at oncu both
fighters would Bwnt him one.
Krnest Kaat's quarter was next mi
deck, singing a pretty plaintive ditty
"Working on thu Itallroad." Kncored.
Tho lulmltahlo Anderson Grace, tho
"Human Organ." gavo nn admirable
Imitation of .a wind-organ. Every note
was distinct, and from outside tho hall
one could not believe u human being
could possibly extract Biich music from
his system without artificial aid.
Tho next Item was undertaken by
tlio Diamond Head Club, who played
to over popular "Hawaiian Hotel."
Hilly Kerr brought down tho house
with his excellent comic song "Huchl-j mandolin nnd guitar duet which was
Kutflil." Korr's story of tho troubles ery good.
of his goll who nearly broke her back, May nnd Keoho, nttlred as two Jap
was extremely funny, and ho had to unese, kept tho house In roars of
respond to an encore. . laughter for somo ten minutes. Their
Edward Dunn next gnvo an excellent quaint, backwards way of speaking.
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Interpretation of n Hungarian march
on the piano.
Tho next stunt was n comic boxing
match between two gentlemen weigh
ing in the vicinity of threo hundred
pounds of straw nnd padding.
Mot. Hcffernan was referee, and ono
of the rules ho Insisted on was: "No
smashing tho referee." Thu fighters
agreed themselves "Not to bite, dis
embowel or kick whilst down."
This go was Irresistibly funny and
some of tho antics very ludicrous.
Henry Clurk, who is the tiosscssor
of u flno light barltono voire, sang
with gieat feeling, "How Can I Korgi-t
Thee." Ho gave as nn encore "If Wo
Should Part." "
Anderson draco again took the stage
In H ragtime breakdown.
Frank May sang with grout success
a parody on "Tho Old Apple Tree."
Ho was encored, of course, and obliged
with another comic version of "March
ing thro' Georgia."
If In an all-star combination, any
ono stellar light cuu be singled nut,
then tho honor must be given to .Mike
I'ntton's net. Mike first give a recita
tion untitled "Kolly's Dream." It
dealt with the supixwed experiences J
of tho lamented Mr. Kelly after he
had departed this life and had applied
nt the gates of Parudlsn for a through
Kelly, being Irish, was of
Intended for Purgatory, and
had to wait for somo time at tho gates.
Ilia description of tlio various appli
cants for lintos was Immense, and
ranged from tlermnus, Italians, Jos,
old mnlds, to the Inevitable smart grl.
This turn wnH encored, and Patten
again did nn oxcellent turn. He sang
halt a dozen songs In different dia
lects. Mlko Is as good as any profes
ilonal at tho game.
Joe Clans, tho thirteenth, next had u
Uireo-round go with Hat Nelson, tho
twenty-third. This was a willing go
and ended In a draw.
Air. Kaai ami uncia mil plaicd, a
Columbia, Cleveland, and Tribune
always in stock.
Single and Double Cylinders.
wns ns funny an possible. This was
a real good stunt.
Tho show closed with a chorus by
nil tho members of thp club.
Tlio Diamond Heads are to bo con
gratulated on tho excellent lierform
oncu they put up.
WITH THE MARINE
THREE FAST ROUNDS ARE BOX
ED BY FIGHTERS
Nelson Acts as Chopping Block for
Man Who Will Meet Dick Sullivan
Next Week Middleweight Shows
Up in Fine Form
There was a real good tryout up
nt tho Orphcum yesterday afternoon.
Peterson, who Is to take on Dick
Sulllvun on Saturday night week,
went three rounds with Nelson, who
also will appear on the same cvonlng
In a bout with Hercules.
The tryout was witnessed by quite
a number of sports, who got wind of
Chnrlle Ilelllv took rnri nf )
COng. and as the utroosphere of the
previous light was still in eldenco
the nflulr took on a businesslike look.
Of course, heavy gloves were used,
l,u( beyond taking that precaution
the go was willing enough.
J'eterson did as ho liked with thu
reputed Hat Nelson's relative, but
still the Datiu put In some good woik.
He Is heavy and clumsy lit present,
but the fact was accentuated by thu
cleverness of Peterson, who showed
enough form to make It a subject for
ikpp study us to who will get tho de
cision In the Sulllvan-l'eiersou go.
I'eterson has, n good left and can
hit clean and land. Ills footwork I'
excellent; mid at present his condi
tion Is such that tip could with ad
vantage ease up In his work for the
Nelson, who hitches up with the
lS8-pound cook on the same evening
as tne bulllvan-reterson event,
should hold Hercules pretty safe
that Is, If he shows up as well In tho
real thing as he did In the tryout
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Secretaries or other author
Ized representatives of ctubs
ure asked to send in u. list of
events, scheduled by them, that
they may be Included In tho
program. Address-all commu-
nlcdtlons to the Sporting Edl-
tor, Evening Bulletin.
Feb. 2: Diamond Head A. C.
Fob. 3: Howling; Punuhous
Feb. S; Bowling; Port Bhaf-
tcr vs. Rapid Transit.
Feb. 27: V. M. C. A, track
Feb. 13: Iloxlng, Sullivan
Keb. 3: All Americans vs.
Keb. 6: All Americans vs.
Keb. 7: All Americans 'vs,
All Hawallans. .
IIIIss, Dclohanty, and Curtis went
for a trip up to tho Pall yesterday
afternoon. Devereaux took lu n
small luuu aud entertained the
guests with taro-patch-nddlo solos
and a superbly danced hula. Ilrlck
will bet any money that ho beats'Kn
Hue on Saturday next at the ball
8 8 a
Coltroth will make an attempt to
sign Langford and Ketchel for
Dorando easily beats Corey In tho
Ilattllng Nelson wll not meet
Welsh nor McFurland In 10-round
By Hour or Trip.
G. G. Beokley, Jr.
FRIDAY, FEB. 5, AFTERNOON and EVENING.
Seats at BERGSTROM MUSIC CO. Prices 25c, COc,
LITTLE BITS OF SPORT
San Kranclsco Y. M. C. A. relay
team wins CO-mlle race nt San Jose.
Ketchel and Jnck O'llrien to h
six rounds nt Philadelphia.
Animus wins Covlnn selling stake
nt Ran In Anltn.
Danny Shay nf Stockton outlaws
makes offers to Coast league players. 1
llooger Red, at 3(1 to I, wins An
drew selling Btake, outgamlng ltose-
ben In u driving finish.
Nelson sn)s Ife nnd I'lesldetit
Itoosevclt both learned something at
Hetless racing will be tried nt
llennlngs next spring.
Jockey Miller's refusal to pay flue
costs him engagement as rider tor
"Cap" Anson, famous halt-player,
says he Is bankrupt.
Itace meeting opens nt New Oi
knns with "Individual betting" used
to get around Locke nntl-gainblii.g
(treat things' nre expected of the
i.ew Itugb conch nt University of
Claremont (iolf Club wins home
and" home match from San Francis
cans. Joe Corhett will sign contract to
play with Sun Francisco Seals com
Jack Johnson's first real bnttlo 11!
years ago, when Jim Hall compelled J
him to quit faking and tight. I
Jeffries inn lies n great hit In his
exhibition boxing limit at tho Wig
wam. lllldreth Increases lead in winning
owners' list, but Is still In danger of
lotting first place to Forsythe.
Team of Hay City wheelmen de
tails (lurden City cyclers in pursuit
First annual Indoor gnmes of Cath
lollc schools athletic league will he
held at San Francisco Auditorium on
Magazine wins San Fernando han
dicap at Santa Aultu.
Jeffries Is ottered $100,000 for 33
weeks' work on the vuudeYllle stngo.
llelnion't Lady Violet drops fo.il by
Itock Sand In Kentucky.
Harry Sutor, tho fitrluur Seal pit
cher, signs tontroct with Chicago
San Francisco High School prin
cipals fo consider weight question lu
"Spider" Ilaum vlll pitch for Sac
rumento Coast League team.
Emeryville stowaids will investi
gate defeat of Tawasentha, favorlto
In opening race.
Humphreys says Olympic Club Is
far ahead of Eastern organisations so
fur as athletics are concerucd.
Thomas II. Williams' Dig Chief de
feats King James, favorite Lu mite
race at Arcadia.
John L. Sullivan offers purso of
$70,000 for light between Jack John
Mia nnd Jim Jeffries.
WEDNESDAY, 3 P. M.
SATURDAY, 3 P. M.
SUNDAY, 3 P. M.
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