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Saturday Eve., Feb. 27
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Little Giants of the Ring
15 ROUNDS TO A DECISION
PADDY RYAN, REFEREE
SATURDAY EVENING. FEB. 27TH
HANS NELSON vs.
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vs. EDDIE HINES
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Tickets on sale Pitzpatrick's Cigar
Store and Orpheum bos office.
Ringside, $2.50; Orchestra, $2.00;
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EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
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with their new FRENCH
dry-cleaning process. J
Kl Beretania St
jruuna it ui
Intercut in the Hulelwa go-ai-ydu
pleuso nice Is gaining ground every
i!ny. At drat there were many who
thought that the distance was too
great for moat of the Honolulu nth
letcs, who have had no opportunity
of trying themselves out over such n
long course. Still Honolulu must not
be hehlnd In athletics of any de
scription, and the newspapers from
the Coast, showing that Marathons
were coming off In every town, soon
stirred the local Utngboats and
ShruliuH up to the mnrk.
oolng out In the enr one ovcnlng
lately the. conversation nil around
was about long-distnnco running.
"Why, I walked In fiom the 2oo
to the Young Hotel Inst night In cx-j
uctly one hour," remarked a tall In-
dividual, "and I think I could have.
dono better If pushed." "Wow!"
tepllcd Ills friend; "did you walk or
run?" "Walked; sure, every yard;
now after that stunt how long do ou
think 1 could keep going In the Hale
Iwa race?" "Ten minutes without
n highball!" replied his en lid Id pnl,
much to the disgust of the would-bo
cut, joking aside, the. Marathon
feer has hit the town, and will hold
Its own for some time to come. Who
knows but that we muy nuxluce a
world-beater nt the game? Tho next
thing we will probably see advertised
will be a Jnpancse Marathon event.
And, say! the Nipponese, although
short of leg, are renowned for their
staying powers, ns witness the march
to Pckln during tho Eoxcr troubla
tomo years ago, when the .'npaneje,
from nil accounts, hold their own,
and, In fact, did a bit better than the
rest of the allied troops. Yes; thnt
will bo the next stunt a Jnpnncso
Marathon, nnd then who enn say that
the Knst nnd West have not blended?
Tho Chlncso nthtctes will surely
fall In line, even If they do not antic
ipate the Nipponese, and then, Joy
of Joys, Imagine n Marathon confined
to Japanese and Chinese competitors.
What sort of u crowd would such an
There ure twenty-one entries no
fnr for the Halelwa contest, nnd
many more will probably put In their
names before Saturday night nt U
o'clock, when all entries close. Some
well-known local stars have entered
for the race, and nre training hard
every morning and evening. Shad
owy forms attired in very sennt cos
tumes may be seen lleetlng nlong tho
bnek streets and suburhnn roads ev
ery night. Those nro the earnest
ones the otiers niny bo met on nny
street corner smoking a pill nnd talk
Ing of the wny they nro going to cut
out tho distance according to sched
ule. Their dlstunco will be nbout
Kwa If thoy get that fnr. It is no
Joke to tackle 27 miles under the
test of conditions, even It properly
trained; to attempt tho distance un
trained is absurd, and anyone doing
bo will probably do himself an In
Jury thnt will be felt In after yearn.
All arrangements have been made
for the contestants, and u member of
tho committee will be on the lookout
for all suit-cases, etc., belonging to
tho runners. Euch sult-cuso will be
put on the train in town, nnd on
arrival nt Halelwa, will be numbered
npd placed on the platform at the
Any runner who Is followed by
friends in rigs or automobiles can of
courso put his suit-case In his friend's
There nro only four entries for tho
bicycle race far, but there Is sure
to bo n rush tomorrow to enter. All
entries close ut 9 p. tn. sharp tomor
row nt Wall, Nichols Co., and anyono
wishing to enter for tho Marathon or
bicycle into hud better get busy: It
will bo no good trying to put In nn
entry nfter tomorrow night. Once
moi e, Get busy.
M it it
Just as some professional singers
with magnificent voices never lonrn to
slug In perfect tune, bo do the trainers
of really flno swimmers often find It
Impossible that men with overy qual
ity for racing otherwise can bo mndu
or taught to swim oven In nn upprox-
imato Birnigni line, says Tit lilts.
Many a splendid swimmer is beaten
on this account, for his Inveterato hab
it of Rotting off his courso naturally
gives him a roundabout Journey. Hut
tho romarknble ruct remains that blind
r.wimnicra or whom thcro nro In this
country n considerable number In con?
nectlon with vnrloua Institutions for
persons m afflicted unlvorsnlly nnd
without exception swim with marvel
ous directness; Indeed, In as perfect
ly straight a lino ns is humanly pos
sible uvcu when tho distance covered
m very considerable.
So much Is this tho case that Dr.
Campbell, of tho College for tho llllnil
lit Upper Norwood, who particularly
Interests hlniHclf In tho physical educa
tion of tho blind and has noticed this
ciiiIouh fact, lecummeuds that bwIiii
Secrttarlts or othsr author-
lied representatives of clubs
are asktd ta send in a Hat of
events, schiduled by them, that
they may be included in tin
program. Address all coninru
O nlcatlons to tho Sporting Kdl
- tor, Uvanlng 11 u 1 1 1 1 u .
Mnr. 21: Medal.
; TRACK MEET
Feb. 27: Y. M. C. A. track
Feh. 27: Smith vs. Ilcllly.
Mar. 13: Hull'lvan vs. Peter
Mar. 14: Halelwa Itace.
Two baseball teams on Main, the
Mld-I ucltlcs nnd tho Crack David
Malos, tried conclusions ut l.nhalna
William Isaac, captain of the Mid-
'nciflcs, sends In the following ac
count of tho gnmc. which was pla)cd
nt nllohnna t'ark, and was attended
by all the youth and beauty of good
"Twlrler Nullau of the Mld-l'nclllcs
pitched n very good game. He fan
ned fourteen men nnd his bunch of
curves surprised the (lolluth-kllleri.,
who could not find them worth n
cent. The features of tho dny were
the three-buggers swatted out by
William Isaac and D. Kuuln, the lat
ter being with tho 'losing tenm.
"There wns n big crowd out to
watch tho.gamo, and the fans went
up In tho air when good plays wero
made. When the first of the triples
came off, you could hear tho nolso In
Wnlluku. The gnmo was n great suc
cess altogether, nnd the close score
shows how hnrd each team founht
for tho victory."
Tho giuno was played on the Ivllo
hnnn Park diamond. Tho next Im
portant Mnui game will be between
tho Mld-Paclllcs and tho Knst Mnul
Tho lineups were: Middles Joo
Nnllau, p; Chns. Noope. c: William
Isaac, ss; James Nlo, lb; Paul Kilo,
2b: J. Jones. 3b; till Kldcrts, rf:
Smith Knmnko, cf: Wllllo Kaholo
kai, If; 8. Kamae, rf. David Malos
Levi Kuloull, p; Non, c; Chan. Wal,
lb; W. Enokn, 2b; S. Cuswcll, ss;
Moses Kawnla, 3b; W. Cahlll, cf;
Kelllpuleolc, If; Kaula, rf.
The Punahou howlers defeated the
Navnl Station by a store of 2387 to
1004 a wonderful licking, all
things considered. Honolulu team
will hnve to buck up, ns the Funn-
hou Ijoj-b aro creeping up on them In
Tho official scores were:
Gonr 1G7 137 ICC
Kinslen 1S4 144 191
Schmidt 201 1G8 142
Wlnuo IGn 138 175
Young , 118 .183 1C8
795 7&0 842
1 2 3
Ledgcrwood 117 140 10S
Shelby 137 174 141
Roberts 104 111 103
Moorman 13S 107 104
Wort 107 133 130
GS0 GCS 589
mors who persistently foul each other
on any course should practico experi
mentally when blindfolded.
llllnd swimmers can, It nppenrs, on
hearing a nolso In any given direction
not only swim absolutely straight to
tho point whence the nolso proceeds,
but when left to themselves their
steering Is Just us accurato.
By Hour or Trip,
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
Soon Be Here
As I hero seems no chnncc of the
Wallabies getting n game of Itugbt
football hero when they pass through
on their wny homo. It liai been Bug
nested that thoy be Invited to play u
(.ticket match against the Honolulu
Most of the members of tho Walls
blcs play both games nearly nil Aus
tralian do nnd no doubt they w 111 bo
able, to put a team In tho f rlckot field
Hint should make tho locals sit up anil
Mr. Malum, the team's mannger, at
( no tlmo played n good game of crick
et, but abandoned the wicket gntnu for
the lullaterl bladder stunt, unit became
a star lli.gby pin j or
Dovcteuix no relation of Hod Dog
Is it very fair cricketer also, and
one or two others ure fair to middling
ut tho game Let lie hope thnt some
Mud of a gnmo cricket or football-1
bo played Just to show tliu marsupials
that wo do know Miinvthlng of tho old
, Saturday at
There will ho a game of cricket
out nt Mnklkl tomortow afternoon
nnd all members of tho Honolulu
club nro expected to turn out. If
sufficient men are present nt 2:30 a
mutch will bo played Just a pick
up game, sides being picked by two
captains fiom tho local players, and
any cricketers from the Alameda who
may put in an appearance on the
Given lino wcathor, n good-sliod
crowd should go out to tho Mnklkl
gitiiiid, ns Interest in the old game
Is being revived u lot by tho fact
that two . rltlsh men-of-war nro ex
pected hero on tho 12th of March,
nnd come games will be plucd with
Tho Honolulu cricketers will have
to practice upa"1ot'"in order to put
up a decent fight against tho sailors,
who, in most cases, have pluyed tho
game from childhood and have also
kept moro or less in touch with the
bat at every port they stop nt.
Thcro being a full moon on Satur
day, March C, the Country Club has
decided to mnko a now departure In
tho entertainment lino During tho
afternoon Impromptu matches will he
played, nnd many golfers hnvo an
nounced their Intention of competing.
After sunset dinner will bo served,
end a string hand will discourse sweet
melody. Dancing will bo Indulged In
and curd tables will bo ret for the
Quito a number of automobllo par
ties nro going to run out to the links,
nnd tho moonlight scene should bo one
mnss of beauty. Dancers will bo wan
dering around tho grounds between
two steps, and maybo many a fair
partner will bo missing when her Im
patient "next" goes to Hud her. How.
ever, blnmo tho moonlight, smoke a
pipe, nnd ncccpt tho fair deceiver's ex
cuses when sho says shu "Heally did
not hear tho music." Put It all down
to fair l.una, and go and do likewise
Tho success of tho moonlight dance
is assured nnd n most delightful own
ing should bo spent by ever) one,
Doctor Hand Is
To Talk To
Tho Y. M, C. A. paper chases will
bo brought' off toon nnd should af
ford a good chance to those in train
ing for tho local Marathons, to try
themselves out In something llko tho
Dr. Hand Is taking a great Inter
est tn the long distance events, und
next week will address all uthletes
on the art of cross-country running.
Kverybody who takes an Interest In
distance running, .and who would
llko to get a few pointers In tho
game, is Invited to attend tho lec
ture. Br. Hand knows all about
training nnd methods of carrying
oneself In actual competition; tliut
alone will ho very vuluablo for u
I man to know.
lTI;o Y. M. C. A. Marathon Is to ho
J tin In J une and Is already atract-
Ing a lot of attention.
Big Jeff Tells
of Black Hand
l.os Angeles I have received foiuo
queer odds nnd ends of mall matter
reccntij Cranks, beggers, speculat
ois, Inu'stois nnd prospectors of nil
descriptions pester mo with their
wants i only roc a few of tho letters
that are addressed to me for tho slin
pic lenbon thnt If I attempted to road
them all i wouldn't hnvo time for any
What I started out to tell oil about
wns the lllack Hand letter thnt turiiPd
up nt my breukfimt table during tin!
last dny of my recent stny In San
Francisco. Ilnw It gut there I don't
know, but It wns thcte nil right nnd It
looked to bo the lent thing.
The letter went on to stnte thnt If
I didn't come out and say that I wns
going to fight Jnck Johnson xoon that
I would leccUo n personal call friini
the gentleman with the "black hand,"
tho Infetetice being that paid gentle
man would hae Fomethlns In his
hand besides his palm. It nlso recited
nt gteat length the dangers to which I
would be subjected to during my (onl
ine n.istern vaudeville tour unless 1
acknowledged that I was going to
meet Johnson. Can you heat that for
Impiidcjicc? Tho Icttei pmbably wns
wiltteu b some porter or hontlilack
I anticipate u great deal of pleasure
In meeting many of m uld 1 1 tt mis
when I rv-lslt Chicago. New York
nnd other Ilasteru cities. fooii. It has
been Millie n while since I studied up
old llro.idwav and down State street
and I am wondering how my former
filends nml acquaintances will receive
Hero In California tho public has
seen me day by day, and ronscipienlly
have not noticed the growing change
In my appearance. Hack Fast thev
remember me ns I looked when I left
there several years ago Thej will
toko ono look nt me. nnd then I will
bo able to tell by tho expression on
their faces whether or not they nro
disappointed In me. Thev will notice
tho chnpgo quicker than the ieople
who havo been with me day after day.
and their decision Is going to carry
great weight with me.
As everybody knows, I nm going
put on a long thcatricil tour, and I
am going to be well paid for my tor
vices. I nm simply taking advantage
of the opiHirtuultlcs that nro present
ing themselves, und I want to call at
tention once moio that I am not tak
ing advantage or tho public by hinting
or Insinuating that I Intend to tctiirn
to the ring.
I say now, ns I havo s.ild all n'ong.
that 1 hnvo retired fiom the ilng nnd
thnt I Intend to stny retired. Now, ir
the press agents want to put any other
construction on my movements, that's
their business, not mine. Mv con
science Is clear. I am dealing above
tho board to the public.
A latirihahlo Item was brought lo my
notice recently In this urtlclo Jnck
Johnson was made to say that If lu
'ought mo ho would demand n negro
referee ns he wns champion of the
world and would take no chances of a
prejudiced whlto man officiating.
Now ns n plain matter of fact Jnck
Jnhnron would not ho the heavyweight
chnmplnii weio I to re-enter the ring
and declare myself. 1 would bo tlu-
champion nnd Johnson would bo tlu
challenger As such ho would he put
ly small iiotiitoos when It came lo
swinging In it colored man as icfoie
Can you seo Jim Jeffries In the iliu1
with two colored men?
I havo private cablegrams to the
effect that Johnson has signed up for
several weeks of theatrical work In
Knglnnd so that It nppoars tiat tho
big fellow is not anxious to fight He
Is entitled to make all the money lie
can, ns Johnson was compelled to
chnso Tommy Hums over hnlf wny
across tho world beforo he could get
tho chunce to elevnto himself lo his
present position, Tho loos that John
son has to do with 8am l.nngfoid tho
better It will he, for tho furmor. I.nng
ford might mnko such n showing ns to
grently cheapen Johnson's picstlge.
Tim Knuul Hoard of Liquor Com
mlssluneis held n meeting Friday aft
ernoon nnd appointed J. A. Hogg
"Inspector" to succeed Mr. Smith
deceased. Tho aupulntmnn cnnle.i
wlht It a salnr- of J75 per month,
llesldes Mr. Hogg there was ono 'oth
er nppllcant, A. D. HIHs. Cimiluu
the oricjiimal sinqkr
Will Open MARCH 1ST at the old stand on King St
Will make GOOD BREAD and FANCY CAKES.
Genuine Coffee Cakes a Specialty
Made by a German Baker
Wc will deliver the poods every day to all parts of
the City. Satiifaction Guaranteed. Give us a trial.
Max Hiemann - Manager
Hints To Bowl
In view of the great Interest tnkoT
1 1 howling in Honolulu, tho follow
ing bints by an expert at tho all '
game should bo of use to new pln.,
orr, and even nlvi to tho veterans:
When you liaVo determined tb
piopnr distance nt which to stand,
dou t look around the. room or ga.a
el your ftet. Fix your oyo on tile,
hem! or renter pin. Itcmaln motloii
lew nn Instant, while tho brain r
orlvos the proper photograph of tho
The head pin Is wltnt you must aim
fm. I'nloss you strike It attempt!
t-i bowl good scores will bo fa I hi res.
Hit tho bond pin three-quarters full
on either the left or th right side
it matters not, nnd u strlko l ulmo
tcrtiilii to result.
Wlillo waiting to start tho linl'
keep your mind fixed on this o
Idea nf whero tho ball must go u
make u strlko and allow nothing oi
to distinct your attention. Don
slntt-to deliver the ball until you m.
rendy. Too much hurry Is suro'1.
spoil your i banco for n good score.
Don't tito a short, perky swing if
the arm. Vim enn't got good rciu i
that wny Use a full swing of tu
foiearm lo deliver the hall.
At the ramo tlmo don't run to fir
other extreme, und swing the ni.n
toe high up backwards. That Is i
bad ns the short swing.
The knees should bo bent to gc' '
(.month delivery, not held in the sfllf
nwliwnrd way of sonic beginners, w r
try to tos the sphere like It wa .
baFcbnl! The nrm should be swum
like a pendulum, and not In a sc'tul
cliclo to ono side, which will send t
hall Into the alley gutter.
Sliced Is not essential. A slow-i-ui
Ing ball, perfectly nlmcd. will hrti-1.
at.de the pins Jiut us effectively a
one lolled with cannon-ball spc -1
Many of thp best bowlors In tho conn,
try, use n slow hull, which Is most f
fectlvo horutiso of the nccurncy w -I-which
It li rolled Tho heglm n
should put aside tho Iden of speed a'
tho slnrt. Accuracy Is what ho is .f
lei. und this cannot be gained when
the ball Is rolled down tho alley In a
helter-skelter fashion. It you wi nt
to i:fo n speedy ball that will come in
yut naturally nfter you have prnctli
cd n while, ho (are fill of tho ball un
til It loaves the hand. Many howler
spoil the chniico for a good shot rlrd
nt (ho last fraction of a perond. Tt
do It by Jerking tho hand JuH ns t
Is nbout to let loose of the hall. Wh.
the ball In going to do under the c
ctimtdnnccs hi uncertnln, except tl.a
It will not roll true Let tho b. '
glide nw-ny from the hand smnothiv
without nny frills or Jerks
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