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K ' 10 15VKNIN0 IIUMXTIN, HONOMM.U, T. ll.. H.VTDHDAY, At AH. 27. 1900.
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At luo All-Srtiocils trnrk meet, lieltl
seaUMtluy iifturnnmi tin tlio Alcxnti-'
dar'flelil, Kaiilnmintm School was re
turned the Mctur In Hip trlniiRiilnr
routed, wltli n total uf 47 jiulnts.
Central Uramtnar School was fecund
with SO, anil t'ttunlimi Prep, lilted
third iMMltton with !i point. '
Tho weather was fairly Rood ex
cept fnr a taw sprinkle of rain, anil
the meet wn a great guccoss In ev
ery way. The events nil were Btnrt
od on lime and nmt of the cventx
"were cloccly ronteated At tlio tin
tub the excitement inn verv high, as
the winning of the elininplotiKhlii de
pended on how tho n-lay raio went.
After the pule jault was decided
It was found that the bcureg Htood:
Kaahuraanu, 42, Central (IriiMiimr,
30; I'tinnhnu I'rep , ! Thin meant
that If either Central or Kiinhum.inn
won the. relay, the winner, would win
the ehampiontdilp If tho l'linalimiH
won the relay tin- Kaaluimnmiii
would (till bo ahead The relaj race
itoi a fine one and Dal h'uKo proed
to bo a star performer. Tills Japan
me 1 a fully crown man nnd It look
ed itrange to eo lm rompetlni; with
tho mhool lad.
Nott, tho eacond man on the list,
did well for tho Central boyi); Mr
polo vaulting was very nent nnd ef
fcetire. He hImj did well In the
lilffh Jump,' and eloared the fine
liolfbt of 4 feet II Indie, which Is
remarkable for a imi,'Mer. llusli, i
lu the mllo raeo, ran woll, hut was
not fast enough for Cottrcll. The!
two were level nt the lialf-mlle, but
Cottrell then forp:Ht ahend nnd won
In the very Rood tlmo of S minutes
IG 3-G M'coniN
A lo' of Impromptu races wero
lllti off l the smaller Mils for prizes
i.f peanuts nnd candy Dr Hand .of
the Y M C. A. ws responsible for
theto events, which pleated Jhe
idiinRRtefH erj much.
At the rluao of the sportB, winning
b.idnes wero preBeiitcd to the first,
fcetonil, nnd third In each eent. Alius
Kelker of Knahumanti iiliool, AiIhs
Wlniie of I'unnliou l'rep., nnd Miss
Ncedham of Central Or.ttumnr plnti
i'd the badge on the youthful ath
letes' bi easts
The olllulal list of results Is as fol
Mile Hun Cottrell (C. 0.), Hush
(C a ). (lay (l I'.). Time, 5m.
100-Yard Datli Dal Kuko (K.),
Mannha (K.), Nee En (K ). Time,
440-Ynnl Dash Kenneth Mc
Oulre (IC), Henry Yap (C. 0 ). Jero'
(C. O.l. Time, 61 3-Gs.
22-Ynrd Dash Dal ko (K.),
Manaha (K.), Murray (P.). Time,
880-Yard Dash .tern (C a.),
Illnke (0. (I.), Yuk JCIn (K.J. Time,
I'm. 3f. :i-r,s
CO-Yard Dash Dal I'uko (K.).
Nott (C. 0.1. Neo Kn (K.J. Time, Cs.
Itelay raco won by Knahumanti:
Kenneth McUulre. Oenrge Manaha,
Nee Kn. and Cleo. Dal Puko.
High Jump Nott (C. O.J, Hitch
cock IP P J, lllaku (C. O.J. Height
I ft. 11 In. ,
Shot-Put Nco Kn (K.J, Krnnco
(0. 0.1, Murray (P. P.). Distance,
Ilrond Jump Dal I'uko (K ), Ah
Choy (K ), Nott (C. O.J. Distance,
Pole Vault Nott (C. 0.), Hitch
cock (P. P.). Illake and Hal (both
C. O.J tied for third place. Height,
The Individual points (.cored fol
low: Dal Kuko (K.J, 21 1-4: Nott (C.
O.J. 14; Nee Kn (K.J, 8 1-4; Ma
naha (K.J, 7 1-4; McOulre (K.J,
Cl-4: Jero (C. O.J, Gj Will Hitch
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cock (P. P.J, G; ColtreJI (C. 0.), G;
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Word comes from England that tf
Jack Johnson tails to keep his en
gagement with the National Sport
lug Club and Bam I-nngford In tho
matter of n glove contest on Derby
Night, ho will bo made to renllto
that life in tho Hrltlsh metropolis l
neither beer ntid skittles nor pcachca
An Kngllsh Bportlng man who
camo from London recently and who
was In tho city mimed when Johnson
nnd Hums were there last yenr, tins
this to say on the subject:
"The National Club was very
kind to Johnson, nnd for aught 1
know mnde his trip to Australia pos
Bible. Anyway, the club befriended
JohnBon In various ways, upholding
him strongly In his endeavors to
tnunt Hums Into lighting beforo tho
Australia match came on tho boards.
Johnson seemed to bo grateful, and
nt the tlmo definite nrrnngements
for the Sjdney, match were made, ho
was under engagement to box Lang
ford before the National Cub. The
fight was to take place In 1-VbrMnry
for n purso of $COO0. Matchmaker
Hettlngton did not stand in John
son's way when the Sydney otter
came up, but he had n thorough un
derstanding with the colored heavy
weight. Johnson promised to return
to London, win or lone with Hums,
and box Lungford at the earliest con
"Now Johnson tays that there is
not money enough In It, It may sim
ply bo that he Is trying to bluff the
Kngllsh matchmakers Into giving a
larger purse, and ho may fall In
this, as the Hrltlshers nre steadfast
In their notions as to what consti
tutes n bargain. Johnson sa)s he
will make plenty of monoy around
tho Knglish music halls, but It Is
doubtful tt he will do so if the senti
ment of Kngllsh sportdom Is against
him. I hardly think, somehow, that
Johnson will throw the National
Club over. It would ho rank folly
for him to do bo If he teally contem
plated n trip to Knglnnd."
Contributors follows :
- . PZ- & ,Y Wilcox
Hawaiian Tobaooo Jared G.
The Coffee Industry Dele
The Pineapple Industry... Jas.
iA& ..tllitiitrtti rf i flailiklite i.A.rrfM,
Stanford jfnlverfity, Cal. .Ac
companied by "Dad" Moulton, thir
teen track men left for the south
Mnrch 12 to meet the' University of
Southern California on Saturday.
Not much Is known concerning the
southern college's ability this year,
but It will be a keep dlsappulntmeut
to .tho Cardinal If Stanford falls to
win by a good margin. Competition
for" places has been keen, nnd It was
not until this morning that a selec
tion vvus mudo for the mile event,
when, In a trial W D. Fletcher was
picked. 3h.rce ot 'lll ,oam nrc
freshmen who have been doing some
sensational woik Tho list ot men
and tho oents entered nre:
T, L. Coleman, '12, entered In tho
100 and 220-nrd (fashes; L. Scott,
'10, In the 100-jnrd dash, broad
Jump nnd pole vault, V. M. Wyman,
'11, In'the 220 nnd 440-yard dashes;
J. O. .Miller, '08, in the 440 nnd
880! E A. McGregor, '08, nnd W.
D. Fletcher, In tho 880 and mllo;
11, 8. Worthlngton, '12. and W. 11
Newman, '12, In tho two-irlle; W.
D. Peastee, '09, In the high hurdles;
C. S, Morris, '08, In the low and
high hurdles nnd broad Jump; It. V.
Poor, '10, In the high and broad
Jumps; II, L. llorton, in the low
hurdles, high Jump and weight
ovouts. The relay team will consist
of Miller, Morris, MtOrcgor, nnd
Secretaries or other author-
lied representatives of clubs
are oxkod to send In a list ot '
events, scheduled by them, that '
they may be laciudo4 In the
program. Address all comuiu-
nlcntlons to the 0txrtlng Kdl-
tor, E v n 1 h e Uulletln.
Mnr, 28: Junior Schools.
Mar, 27: Punahous vs. Poer-
Apr. 18:' League Grounds.
Apr. 25: Team.
of the men
The cricket match this afternoon
promises to be nn Interesting one,
and now thnt the weather seems u
llttlo mora settled, n good gamo
should eventuate, The sailors think
they can nbout bent tho locnls, hut
the latter aro, now, after defeating
the Hrltlsh Naval teams, full of um-
If more thnn eleven men n side
turn up nt the grounds, tho tennis
will be culnrged and thliteen or
fourteen, as the en no may he, will lie
played on each Bide. There will pio
bably bo more thnn enough plicrM
out to form two teams, and It Is lu
hn hoped to, too.
All players arc roqucite I to he
out at thu grouudi at 2 o'clock, and
tho game will start nt 2:30 p in.
sharp. Lieutenant Spalding of thu
Flora, who Is In town awaiting the
arrival of tho Makurn, wilt play with
tho Honolulu team today. Spalding
la an aggressive hat and may he de
pended upon to mnkc n good score.
Ho has been .appointed to the Aus
tralian station nnd leaves on thu C
A, boat on April 2 for Sydney
The Hilo bakohnll Benton Is mpld
ly approaching its opening day. An
extract from the Hilo paper k,is:
Haseball plajcrs met on .Monday
evening when nil tho teams paid
their 110 fees for thu bcnsun three
senior and three Junior clulm. Tho
arrangement of u (schedule was post
poned till Monday next. There wero
four nominations for umpire ll.ilid,
Cool, Cressman, nnd Dr. Colvllle
the election to tako place next Mon
day. It Is said that a plot is being
formed to elect Cool, nB tho players
want to get even for what they
claim weie certain Iniquitous deci
sions last seacon. II. II. Man was
elected scorer and grouhdkecper, nnd
the ground will bo rolled nnd put in
condition ns boon as tho weather will
permit. Fur the opening day tho
players nre discussing an Idea to
give their lady patronesses In. the
grand stand Borne ice cream and cake.
Good Sport I
Sam Chlllfngworth, tho popular
sportsman, Is recovering rapidly from
tho operation which ha underwent
for appendicitis on Thursday last,
pverjono will he glad to hear the
good news, as Sum is a teal good fol
low. All tho baseball fans mist Sam
and he has tho sympathy f the
The operation was very successful
and Sam went through tho trying
ordeal in good style, and Is now fig
uring out tho dopo for the coming
baseball season. In a short tlmo wo'
will all Bee Samuel out once more
and won't ho get tho glad-hnud!
(iood luck to jou, Sam; cheor up;
it's all right.
NBW YOHK, N. V.. March IB
Ilcfore 10,000 spectators a largo ma
jority of whom were his countrymen,
Dorando I'lctrt tonight defeated
Johnny Hayes In tho rubber match
for Marathon supremacy,
Tho race was at tho regulation dis
tance, 26 miles 38.r yards, and was
run over n ten-lap track in Madison
Square Garden, l'lctri won by hnlf
a mil In 2:48:08.
From tho starter's gun to the cud
of tho race, tho Italian led tho
American, spurred on by tho cheers
and .plaudits of his emotional coun
trymen. In the seventeenth mllo Dorando
starred a heart-breaking sprint,
which Hayes was unable to follow,
'and when half n mile had been run
(he foreigner had gained a lap.
Again In the eighteenth mllo utter
ho had tnkeu u breathing spell, the
Italian cut out a pace llnjes was
unable to follow and nnneted anoth
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