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"Thpue Uttlc motorcycles certainly
go some nml tliclr rlilorH show re
markanle nerve." Such wan tlio re
mark of a well-known nml popular
kca captain out at Kaplolanl Park.
An very true Is tlio remark. Nerve I
We BhoulU think bo. 'Why, yester
day afternoon when HerrlctTanJ Mer
ger were racing In the l6-mlle match,
Merger's tire flattened out. Quit?
Not on jour life! He had some four
miles more to go, and right ahead he
went. Herrlck had had trouble with
his tires also, and pulled oil the track
to repair. "
llerger, whilst llcrrlck was fixing
up his machine, had got about two
laps in the lead. Uveryono thought
tlio race as good as over, when sud
denly llcrger'8 tire was notlcod to bo
deflated. The Heading Standard ilU
er, however, went ahead on the. rim
of his wheel.
At every turn It looked as It he
must fall the tire was Hopping all
over the wheel. Then another in
terest was added to tlio race, for
llcrrlck again appeared on the track,
having replaced his tulio with a new
The excitement was Intense; could
llerger manage to crawl crippled us
he was over tho winning line before
the flying Herrlck could catch him?
And flying, Herrlck sure was. He
cut out lap after lap In 1 minute If,
seconds, and ns the track Is oun mile,
uround this Is going some, consider
ing that the corners are not banked
like they are on the mainland. How
ever, llerger had too much of a lead
for tho Indian rider to make up, and
tho "cripple" got home first.
As an exhibition of nerve the pros.
cnt writer has never seen better. If
some great prize hnd been at stake
no more pluck could havo been shown
that that exhibited yesterduy by ller
ger. After tho race, the usual dlsputd
arose that nlwajs crops up when
properly appointed officials are not
in evidence. Some Spectators clulmed
that the ten miles 'had not been cov
ered and that the distance run was
only nine miles.
Then arguments as to the condi
tions of tho race whether It was a
fair deal to make a mutch for one
cylinder machines and then "ring
In" two. At one tlm It looked us l(
an old-time scrap with bare 'uns was
on tap, but gradually the storm died
Herrlck next mado an attempt to
establish a ten-mile record for tho
course. He went onco around tho
track so as to get a flying start, and
a real good one ho got, too. Tho
first lap was reeled off In 1 minute
14 seconds, which is very fast for the
track. The five miles were left, be
hind in C minutes 19 seconds, seven
miles In 8 minutes SI seconds, eight
miles In 10 minutes 7 seconds, nine
miles In 11 minutes 24 seconds, and
the full ten miles In tho wonderful
(for such a track) time of 12 min
utes and four seconds (12:40),
This Herrlck does not Beem to
know what fear is, and simply lets
the machine, out for all it Is worth.
He would do well In any country
umongst tho best of motorcyclists,
Tho pace theso machines get up is
wonderful considering their size,
Why, Barney OldQeld In a 00-horse-
power automobile, on n straightaway
track, cut out the ten miles In 9 mint
utes 12 seconds. Now these motor
cycles in Honolulu are only soma C-
horsepower and the trnck they rnro
on is about like Mud Lane (Hawaii),
as compared to tho' best street in
Anyone wishing to see an exhibi
tion of pluck and skill could do
woiso than run out to Kunlolanl
Purk some afternoon and watch tho
"skeetcrs" buzz around the course.
NEW ZEALAND TENNIS
PLAYERS WANT SEPARATION
LONDON, England. The Now
Zealand Lawn Tennis Association
has applied to tho London headquar
ters for permission to be'consldeied
as representing a separate country
from Australia In contests for tho
Dwlght Davis challenge cup. Tho
ccuncll of the English Lawn Tennis
AtBoclatlon will consider the appli
cation nt a meeting on January 20.
The secretary of the association says
England will challenge again for the
Davis cup next month, and will In
vite Americans to piny tho prelimi
nary ties In England. The cup is
held by Australia! and It has been
the custom for (be lawn tennis teams
i ('presenting the United States und
England In preliminary matches, the
victorious team to continue to Aim
nulla to play the defenders ot the
Secretaries or other author
ized representatives of clubs
are asked U seud In a list of
events, scheduled by them, that
they may be Included in the
program. Address all commu
nications to the Sporting Edi
tor, Bvenlnj II u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
Feb. 22: Novelty.
Feb. 27: Y. M. C. A. track
Feb. 27: Smith vs. Itellly.
Mar. 14: Halelwa Itace.
Down To The
Tho C. A. C's. best the Alliance team
jestcrduy by a score of 7 to 2. There
was u "largo crowd present, und It
seemed more lido u Sunday afturnoou
than any other 'day,
Kn Suo'vrti )lic hero of the ijamo;
he, In the' eighth making a home run,
that fairly sent the crowd mad with
Bam Wong for the C. A. Cs was u
first class1 rooter.
The ofllclat scoro was: '
C. A. d.
All It I1II 811 O A D
Wm. Ayau, cf.,....5 2 113 2 0
Alona, 3u 4 u l u z 1 u
Kn Sue, 2b 4 2 10 4 2 0
A. Asam, rf. C 0 o u o 1 o
mi Ore, ss. ,.,...& 2 2 3 3 3 u
Kn Sang, C.-...1...4 -0 1 o 6 I 1
Jjio. Ampy,. p C 0 10 0 2 2
C. J. Murk, lb. ...C 0. 1 0 9 0 1
J. Leone, If 4 10 10 0 0
Totnl 41 7
8 5 27 II
C. S. A.
All It 1111 SI1 O
II. Chuck, 2b-lb..,4 0 1 0 0
Sing Chong, ss. ..4 2 1 0 8
Jno. Lo, p 4 0 2 0 1
Chi Dili, c 4 0 0 0 2
W, Aku, 2b 4 0 0 0 3
Tal Chan, rf. , . . . .3 0 0 0 0
E. S. Kong. lb-2b..3 0 1 0 2
K.J. Chins, cb... 3 0 0 0 1
P. Otong, if. 3 0 0 0 4
4 0 27 14 II)
NEWS NOTES FROM
Tlie "Kura Sport," u leaflet pub
lished by one of the boys, made Its
first nppearance on the 20th Inst. It
Is only Intended for circulation
among the School boys. Hurry God
frey Is editor.
Quoting from tho "Knm Sport":
They say that:
Frank Mackenzie expects to break
the record, at the coming track'meet,
for broad Jump.
Tho boys are preparing to start
training for the March meet.
C. Hi Lymau has a good chance to
win in the 220-yard dash this year.
Tho Senior class will put up a
show Just before going Into camp.
Camplug week begins March 29th.
Tho High School baa a strong
track team this year. With such,
men as Andrews, Norton, It Ice, und
Arcla against them, tho Kama will
have to be In good trim to win.
The boys' committee on athletics
consists ot Major O. Kamaloplll,
Captain F. Mackenzie, and 1st Lt.
The "Elks" are said to have mado
a good donation to tho Kumehameha
Now Haven (Conn.), James II.
Crowley of tho Irish-American Athletic'
Club last night wqn a wonderful Mara
thon race. Ho set such a paco that
Dob Fowler of Boston collapsed In the
ninth mile. Eddlo Cary of Now York
In the eleventh and Tom Morrissey of
Yonkcrs In tho twenty-flrst. Of tho
nine starters only three finished.
Crowley's tlmo was 2 hours 38 niln
utes and 48 seconds, about 10 minutes
bettor than Longboat's record at tho
Madison Squuro Garden, New York)
. STODDARD DAYTON
By Hour or Trip,
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
, . PHONE 109.
There were lots of visitors at the
Country Club )esterdny afternoon
Most of the people who took In the
Floral Parade wended their way out
to the links.
Kverytbing at the Club was nt its
best, ami the blending of the Indies'
dressed, the decorated automobiles,
and the vnrlous-tinted flowers, made
up a scene of beauty that made It
hard for one to realize that it all
could be brought about In the mid
Pacific. Outside of tho social part of the
affair, great! interest wus shown In
tho novolty event, which occupied
the uttentlnn of a large number of
golfers, "Colonel Ilogpy" hud a bad
time from almost cut) body, ns nut
of twenty-seven entries only nine
pluycrs fulled (o beat "him."
.Messrs. Wilder and White both
came out ten holes to tho better of
tho Colonel., Simpson nnd Armstrong
beat the old gentleman by nine holes.
As the course was twice around the
links, tlie wlnneis' score Is very cred
The first four plums on the list
were Presented with cine of Mncl.ni
en's best clubs, and these prizes nie
wel wprth having, ns the profes
sjonsl makes u rattling good club.
The novelty tournament was u dc
cdud success and doubtless wilt be
come a fixture
, The official scorn wus:
HarrV Wilder. 10 un: Aunt In
White. 10 up; Frank Armstrong. !i
up; Win. Simpson, 9 up; John i:v
dns, 8 up; tiro Angus, 7 up; Frank
Halstend, 7 up; Dr. C II, High. fi
Up: F. W. Klehahn. B up; 13. (1 Wa
orman, 4 up; II. II. Wulker. 3 up;
C'S. Weight. 2 up; K. O. White, 3
up; II. C. Carter. 2 up; S, O. Wilder,
1 up; J. O. Young, e.u-n; II C. Wal
dron, oven; J. I). .Vclnerny, even;
K. M, Cupipbell, 1 down; S. Heard-
more, 1 down; M, A ltoblnsou, 2
down; D.. 11. Hitchcock, 3 divn: Ar
thur Kwart, 3 down; Cllffonl-'TCIui-
bull. t down; Jan. Fenwlck, 7 down;
J, a. Spencer, 9 down; W. II. Mcln-
erny, 13' down.
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