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Thin afternoon nt the Athletic
Park the 'long talked of ten-mile
championship of the' Hawaiian Is
lands will be run. Tlio event has
nttractetl -more attention than any
other fcportlng affair that has been
pulled off here for a long time, and
as several different nationalities
will bo representd the Interest Is
! iiiiturall), vefy keen.
I no iiojws oi ino name are ran
Icicd In Downey, ami although the
hul has not quite sufficient, time to
mill, ho will run veiy well barring
Enns la 'another man who will
''cat moie than bat him; this runner
' turned a r.u turn of speed 'up to
tin twelve-mile m.irk In the last
Mniatlion. lie should bo BUited by
he shoiter distance this afternoons
and mayflnli-h. In a place, , ' ! '
Nigel Jackson, ,lho",New Zealand-'
ci, may or may not start; he blowi
hot and coldv on the proposition..
1 On Thursdair hi aworo He. would not
X'ntnrt In Ihlrt plies utA atttintlffh hftl
sfated It wai rtota-case ot told fecit. I
na mso renarsea iiat isuaamoia
could beat any man In-Hawaii over
ten miles.-. "There Is hot a man who
can mako Tmkajnoto run hard; ho
can beat them all," was Jackson'
exact statement to'tha writer.
However, It Jackson starts he;
should. do well; there Is no doubt ot
Jils ability to run a distance, but
whether ho riinlrut nut terimlles aV
a fast enough clip' to 'win 'is another
There will probably be about fir
teen starters In the big race, and If
nroner rnclne method are used the
j full distance should be covered In a
lime over an nour.
The sailors who get shore leave
will, of course, take In iho race, and
It will bo an eye-opcncr to them to
sec tho different nationalities com
peting ngalnst one another. The
race will start at 3:30 'clock, and
there will be a baseball game before
that to keep tho irowd lu good hu
mor. tt tt tt
Merger hiijs that Jeffries will ho
In Now lu about four weeks. Iler-
gcr will ba there to meet him, and
then do doubt Jeffries will has a
something to say lu regard to tho ill
usion ot the prize money. Johnson.
as all the world knows. Is on record
that Jeffries mo) mako It 76 and
.T, 60 and 40, or wtnnci take all.
llcfore llcrgcr returns East ho will
hear what the ioast promoters hao
lu mi) lu regird to bid for tho big
fight He cxpicts to hear from Jim
Coffiolh of HiIh clt) and Tom Mc
Carc) of Los Angeles. On his way
East he will Inquire Into that $75.
000 bid from Oklahomn. llcrgcr he
lloes that the bid was made In alt
Hugh Mcintosh, the Australian
promoter, hns written llcrgcr for In
formation In respect to the course
to be followed In making offers for
the championship battle. When llcr
gcr has heard from other promoters
some plan will bo adopted that will
Insure all bidders a square deal,
llcrgcr, by the wa, sas It Is a mis
take to Imagine that Jeffries will not
light In an countr) other than tho
United State. Jeff has expressed
a prcfcrcnic for his native land, but
bids from foreign points will be duly
.anged, and the second series runs wa4 a 1)retty gu as far as the buo), r ( nn, t,rrnom )n jiy
along Into January, 1910. where the Mjille boat roused ahead . ,. ..... ,,.,... rI,c
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HO BIIICUUIU U1 IMC Mini ircum .- anQ W0j 0T U blllUII 1UUI (,
is follows: t The change that has been made
To The States
I . k' i ii
Tomorrow the ddldsmlthB' League
will start their series at Aata Park,
and the first two' games will be tho
Chlncso A. A. vs. Walalelc, and the
.Sunlight vs.,Kukui, -
An attractive scries has been ar-
i 'A- All
In Good Form
Yesterday down nt the boat clubs
things were very busy, and bouio
fine Impromptu races were rowed.
The Myrtle Seniors had a brush with
the Healanl Krcihmcn, and the
irews went oer the full course. It
ecnt will tako plnre, but Is Inclined
Hep. ..-Chinese A. A. v.. W..a; ,. HeiiaM crew I. much for the ZX t Z
)car. Ho thinks Jeffries will Insist
on a training spell of six months.
Boxtag and Ball
AlthiiiiKh the full program of
sports which aro to bo held at tho
Iclc;. Sunlight vs. Kukul, 'better, and the crew Is now pulling
Bpt. 19 Chlncso A. A. vs. Beats; '.'together, and there Is no roll per
Wallcle vs. Kukul. ictptlble when they aro going at top
Sept. 26 Sunlight vs. Wallclo; JB1,eed.
Seals vs. Kukui. Tho Healanl pal. Sullivan nnd
Oct. 3 Wnllolo s. Seals; CM-'jom were out jestcrday, and they
nese A. A. vs. Sunlight. nra rowing In great form. They
Oct. 10 Sunlight vs. Seals; Chi- wm gv0 i,y0 aHU- pndokln a good
ncse A. A. vs. Kukul. KO for the championship on Itcgatta
. Oct. t 17-sunngnt vs. -,kukui; uav. . ,- ' k
pilneso A. A. v.Waleo. ', , flicre will be no ofnclal Freshman '.(. ., k uurnK the stay of
Ucii;Z4 Kukul vs. wallete; ijeais .)nli. oar.rncB, but. a pair from 'the , - n . .- not .et been mado up.
t v;niueu . a; , .'Myrtles win nave a private spin ior
Oct. .l-Heals Vs. Kukul; 8un trophy against a coupla of Ficsh
light vs. .Wallole.y .. " '" .c' (rum the Healanit.
Nov.' 7 Chinese va "Bum ghll The "Strawberries" are coming
and they aro
WHIIele vs. Seal..
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Jack Johnson Is all confidence.
He thinks he can defeat all tho
Ketchels, Kaufmans and Jeffries that
can bo found for him. When he ar
rived In Ban Francisco recently he.
wan asked If he ever contrlyed to get
'a sly peep at Jeffries when the big
j follow was giving sparring exhibi
tions inrougnout tne cast.
"What would I want to do any
thing like that for?" asked Johnson.
To size, up (his condition nnd
study his stylo of boxing," was tho
"No occasion for 'anything like
that," said Johnson. "I saw i Jeffries
fight Itublln In this city,, and I saw
him light Munroe. I came away
from those contests satlsflcd that I
had seen all Jeffries had to' show,
and that I could tako the champion-
snip trom mm ir ever I got tne
chanco. I never felt that I nccdod to
tako anothor look at him.
"I hnve heard people say that
even it Jenries lias slowed up as a
boxer he will bo able to crush me
with jils great strength." continued
Johnson. "That's a big mistake. I
have mixed It with some strong,
rough heavyweights In my ' time,
such as Frank Chllils and Sam Mc
Voy, and have coma out of It with
out a scratch or a bruise. Of course
Jeffries Is bigger and stronger than
the men I have mentioned, but what
I want to make clear Is that I con
sider ni)selt nn artist In handling
strong men. I have nover had an
Idea that IeffrlcB' extra wflght and
strength would be of any service to
him when he fought me."
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Nov. t H Chinese A. A
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' UHehua1 Today
At Lellchua this, affernoop the
.Fifth Cavalry ,w)lhh try, their skill
with the Maul.ptdo players, and a
mosti Interesting galno' should' even
tuatc. Hoth tclms have practiced
hard, and the. ponies are all In ex
cellent condition. also, ..
Krnnlt lialdwln will captain tne
Caury four, and ,ho wjll be sup
ported by Harold Rice, David Fjem
tng and Harry-llaldwln, and a strong
bunch of polo players they are, too.
Tho Fifth will play one new man,
but othorwlso their team will bo the
same airthoy pla)ed last Wednesday
week. Captain Forsythe will lead
the team, and Lieutenants Gronln
ger and Hanson ,wlll be on deck to
lend a helping l hand. The fourth
man la not )ct knowni '
A great number of automobllet
will bo making the trip out, and as
mako the special train will have
plenty of time ,to run out 'pT ma
chlno and tako In thc match.
The special train will be crowded
from present Indications, and there
rhould ho a big crowd of spectator,
at the polo ti Jpday. t- '
Next Wednesday tho most Import
ant match ot tho season will be
played at Moannlua, when the Maul
and Oahu teams will meet one an
other. This game has been talked
about for tho past six months, and
there will certainly be something
doing when the crnck players meet.
, Onhu Is stronger this year than
ever before, and tho men are all
pla)lng brilliantly. 'Walter Dilling
ham Is In splendid form, and every
member of the team Is determined to
defeat Maul this year. The game
bn Wednesday should be as line an
exhibition of polo as we 'nave una in
thoso Islands for )ears,
Tho Moannlua field la one of the
best In the world, and Is so situated
(hnV the surrounding bills are used
as vantage spots to watch the game.
Squire Damon, who keeps the whole
beautiful park at his own expense,
Is alwa)s delighted to see visitors.
and It will astonish the mon and offi
cers ot the fleet to see too what
rorfoctlon the domain has beer
tt a tt
The Schumun garage sold two
K..M. F. Studebaker autos this week.
Ono of them was purchased by
Richard Trent and the other by Carl
Wldemnn. Iloth machines are beau
ties, and the Schuman people And
that the II. M. F. mako Is soiling
oi) fust uuw-a-dii)s.
"Bunlght ,. The"Btrawberrles';
'.' along In flne form,--'i
v, Kuroniy to take on a crew from the
H' Itoalaiiit. any .old time. The "Po
has,'1 from the Healanls, are anxious
fcr-Jl.nte. M..T l.lilt Jn.ri.Mr.- llinf
III PHWI. lllO MVi ,.... w ... -
they1 can' can them over a two-mile
course, and the probabilities are that
tne two crows win meet oioro long
tor a trophy. " f
,'Th Healanls (ire coming along In
fine shape, and their crews are row
ng better today than ever they have
before? The Seniors are In excellent
condition, and their work la a treat
to watch. The Freshmen are also
lowing In good form,' and everything
l'mlnls to some exciting races on Sep-
ft M 8
Next Friday Jack Johnson and
Stanley Ketchell meet for the
world's heavyweight championship.'
The light has been discussed from
ivery possible standpoint, and the
general opinion seems to be that
Stanley is too light for the negro.
That may be, but It suie Is going
o be a grand go whilst It lasts;
Ketchell will put up a good willing
icrap; and although Johnson has the
idwritage over him In every possl-
io way, tne sinauor man win maae
.he smoke ,rcoember that It waa a
Ight that ho was engaged In.
Johnson, Judging trom recent
photographs and the way ho put It
over Kaufman, must bo In good coa
lition, unce more, and haH evident!)
';ut out the wino and cocktail route,
r The" ircsulfof tho fight will bo
awaited with Interest everywhere, as
a direct llneican be'got'on Johnson's
'form' through It. His scraps ot late
have been more o'r less of the exhibi
tion brditr, and somo of them have
HaLnrl It lis 1 1 1ft tt turtf Itl'a ii nm tilfttt
'Iskcd his title of world's champion
jllio' contUfwIth Ketchell will, how
.ever, be for "keeps," and should
"'Daddy" b'y any chance go down In
lefeat a new champion will be pro
'lalmed. And how would Jeff laugh
When Jack Johnson passed
hrough Honolulu a few months ago
m route to tho mainland, he Bpoko
it Ketcholl as being only a little
'ollow, "What!1' he remarked to
he wilier. "Young Ketchell light
lack O'Drlen; why Jack will kill
he little fellow sure."
Howover, things have changed a
nt since tho start ot the ear, and
ietchell has worked his way up to
'lelng able to challenge the cham-
hlnn There In tint much ilniiht
Jhat Johnson will hand Stnnley his
next week, and then the champion
will have to got Into condition to
lake on Jeff next March.
a general line on tho make-up can
T.io boxing matches will he man-
nged by Dick Sullivan, the middle
weight champion of the Hawaiian
Islands. That, In Itself, should bo
a guarantee of the kind of sport that
Will be dished out for the entertain
ment of the sailors.
Richard will tako nil .sorts ot caro
that the matches mado aro fairly
een ones, and that the public will
not be treated to any ouc-Bldcd
Charllo Rollly will be here totnoi
row, and Jlmmlo Ford, another good
lightweight, will also blow In Boon.
He and Rcltly would make a good
main event go, nnd pojslbly It will
come off within a week or so. Then
Trlnklo is on the Marland, and
ever) ono knows what he can do with
Robinson of the California Is nn
isplrlng middleweight who would
like tu sign up with Dick Sullivan,
hut there Ib not much chance nt that
is the champion has retired.
However, Jack O'Neill will drop
Into town within a day or two, and
any of tho heavies of the fleet who
wish to deal out stoush will be ac
commodated at onco by the main
land nun. Thero will bo plenty of
boxing bouts, and all tho different
classes of Bcrappcrs will be In clover
for a while.
The baseball end of tho sporta
will bo looked after by Sam Chilling
worth, and it goes without en)lnc
that tho genial Samuel will mako
good, as he knows all about tho mat
ter from A to 7..
The licet baseball nines will bo
kept busy, nnd besides the gunieB
against the Juniors, they will play
matches against the Ills teams. It
would bo Interesting to see how they
would stack up agalnBt the Diamond
Heads or St. Louis teams.
One thing Is certain, nnd that Is
that the sailors are going to havo
n regular feast of Bports ot all sorts
and that tho public will roll up to
8i c them at play every day.
Ex.Gov. E. E. Glenn ot North
Carolina, addressing an audience at
Chrutnuqua, N, Y said he had seen
sights In Chtragn and New York so
vllo that should ho describe them ho
would bo attacked by tils malo hear
ers and that the wrath of the Al
might) was sure to strlko thoxo cit
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lulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185,
In a second statement, answering
Dr. Lnmh's reply to her Drst, Mrs.
Mar) Coplo) Thaw accuses the head
ot the Mntteawnn as)lum of falsify
ing and reiterates her charge that
a deliberate effort Is being mado to
ruin Harry K Thaw's health.
Armed assassins on horsebnclc sur
rounded the Iiouro of Ernst Nowman,
deputy clerk of tho court at Mead
vllle, Miss , whoso father was slain
In n feud fight a few weeks ago, and
shot the oung (nan In the arm t)'
firing lulu his home,