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BVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, TrM.i SATURDAY, OC1V 9, 1909.
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Ten Mile Race
WouW Be Good!
After nil the talk about another
Mnrntlion raco nnil the suggestions
Mint linVA 1ifn llllliln nit In It tptt Of
nrtccn-mllo race, nothing very dcfl-
nlto hall been dono up till noon to-
The Athletic Pnrk people camo
through with n liberal offer, nnd It
l r cully more than they could huvo
liten expected to make. Whoever
heard ot a fihow being run as nomo
of Iho "aports" of this city would
llto to run the proposed Marathon
The host thing to do would ap
pear to be ns follows: Tho Athletic
pcoplo run tho show nnd give fair
prl7.cn for first, ratond nnd third
places; all entries to closo a wrck
before tho race; till runners to show
that there In a chance of them com
pleting tho full ilL'tnnco; nnd, final
ly, let nil tho hangers on get any
coin they .want from tho runners
themyclves; It Is tho peds' funeral,
not tho public's, nor cl the Athletic
What sort of business Is It when
a man can challenge another to race
over :! miles, nnd then only plod
around for 15 miles, lay down and
Mill draw over $200? It looks like
n snap to most people, and It flavors
somewhat of a skin game.
JnckHon hasi proved thrco time
that ho is the best man over tho
Marathon distance, and thcro ap
pears to bo no reason to ask him or
tho public to stand another raco of
A better proposition would be for
Jackson to come out of hfs shell and
challenge Tsuknmoto for a race ovor
tho tatter's proper distance, vir., ton
miles. Then thero would bo 'some
thing doing, and if Kaoo wcro also
Invited to run, a most Intoretlns
event would be pulled off.
The. iast ten-mile race decided
nothing; the finish was so close that
no one knows now who Is the better
man over the distance Kaoo or
Tho dofcatcd man In most cases
rjhas, ttibo thankful to get anothor
chanco to redeem hlmseir, and It ap-
Ipeara, strange to see" a man who was
run clean oft his feet at the end of
IS miles trying through his man
agers to dictate terms for another
race against hit conqueror.i
Tho public are not longing for
another exhibition such as occurred
n couplo of weeks ago, and ns the
result would In all probability be
tho same, It would tnko a team ot
horses to drag most men to the
On tho other hand, a snnppy race
over n ten or flftccn-mllo course,
would bo attractive and would at tho
same tlmo decide' who Is relilly tho
best over the distance Wo know
who Is tho best 26-mllcr, but con
Hltlcrablo'doubt oxlsts ns to tho namo
of tho champion over tho shorter dis
. Tomorrow at the Athletic Park the
second series of tho Oahu Dasebatl
League will ,start, and In tho first
gamo tho J, A. C.s and tho C. A. C.s
will hnvo n go at one another.
The second gamo. will bo botweon
Iho Marines and tho Kallhls, nnd
It will show rights away how the
prospects aro for tho halt-wots In
tho second scries. Tho Marines
should have, about won out lie tho
first, only for some rcabon or an
other they always seemed to fade
away at critical moments. They
played ono of tho most In-and-out
styles of ball that has bean seen here
for somo time,
Huwovor, the chances are that the
Marines will surprUo ovoryhodythls
time, and Instead of showing good
for ono day and rotten tho next,
they will play such a game right
through the series that thoy will
havo tho championship cinched.
Tho J. A. C.s will hnvo Plorcs and
Ksplnda to pitch during tho series,
und Ueorgo Clark will bo tho stand
by ot tho Kullhls. The C. A. C.
twlrler will bo Apau, and the Ma
rlnes rely on tho services ot Olgson.
Tho first gnmo will start at 1:30
o'clock, and tho crowd by that time
should bo as big ns It was any Sun
day In tho past, Tho series promises
to bo a really good ono, and It Is to
bo hoped that tho standard set dur
ing tho first round bo maintained
fioin Sunday on to the finish. I
BOOTS AND SHOES,
YEE. CHAN S CO.,
King and Bethel Sta... ' !
Handicaps have been arranged for
the County Club, nnd the following
list shows tho standing ot each man;
these, handicaps will hold good In
the Manoa cup consolation tourna
ment to be played next Sunday. The
first sixteen who have qualified for
tho cup will play from scratch:
Afond, A. K., 27; Anderson, D. W..
ft; Angus, V. ., 27; Angus, O. It., 4;
Armstiong, V. II., 3; Atherton, l C,
llnbbltt, W. H., 18; Ucardmore, 8.,
21; llclsor, J. J., 27; illshop, E. i,
27; Ilottomley.A. W. T., 10; Drown,
K. C, 27; Ilrown, Ocnrge, 5; Drown,
It. C, IK; Drodck, 11. K 27; Dobo,
9. Norton, 18; llooth, 11. I!., 21.
Campbell, K. M 12; Carter, 11.
C'lft; Carter, (J. It., 48; Catton, J.
II., 27; Cobb, II. Dv M., 27; Cart
wright, tl. Jr., 27; Campbell, Shand
IJavles, (leo. K, 18; Decrlng, C.
C, 18; Oevcrlll, P. Q. If., 27;
Dillingham, W. 1'., 18; Dougherty,
Jas. D., 27,, ,
Bmory, W, T.,, 27; Kvans, J. C,
12; Kwult, A. F.', ibj Udmunds, C.
ftirweii, J. W., 27; Fonwlck, J. P.,
23; KlddeH, J. II., iJ.
Onlncs, J. D., 1.1; OIITariU H. H..
Bcrntcli; Olll. T., scratch; Qray, II.
8., -'7;Orenwcll, W. A., 27.
Ilolstcid, P., 8; llcmcnway, C. II..
lft; Henrliiucs, K., 27; .Hitchcock,
I). II., 18? Hutchinson, E. I.., 22;
High, C. n., 8.
'hern, It., 27; Irwin, Dr. Archer,
Jnmleson, M. It., C; Johnson, It.
3.. 18:vJordan. A. K.. IE; Jordan, R.
A., 27; Judtf, A. P.; 18; Jamlcaon,
KaUnlnnnole, J, 14; Kimball, C,
22; Kfebahn, P. H.'. ri;Kendall, Y!.
M.. 29. v , . , '
Lewis, 'A, Jr., 27. '.
Mclnernr. J. D.. 21: Mclnernv. W,
H.,r7; MerrUm, Tl H., 15; Monmr
rat W. T.. 7; .Mott-BpalthE. A
10; Munrotr,,13Ma?rC. .. 37,
fiwtn 11 1V 99
Phillips' M.,37;rJJotter O. C, 27
Robinson, A. C., 27; Robinson,. M-
A., lft; Roth well. 'J. 0., 21; nw
llns, W. T., 12,; Rycroft, W., 2T, y
Simpson, wm 10; Sinclair, h. u.,
13; Smith, P., C, 20; Sorenson, 0.
I... 18; Spalding Irwin, 21; Spencer,
J. a... 27; Stanley, W. U, 27; Bteere,
p. E., 27; sutton, rc. w., 21,
Thayer. W:W., IB.
Waldron, P. u', 27; Waldron. H.
C, 21; Walker, II. II... 11: Walker,
II. A., 18; Walker. S. A,., 27; Wall,
,. C, 27; Wall, O. E., 24; Water-
house, F. T. P., 27;JVterman, E.
J 15; Weight, C. S., 1C; White, .
O., 8; Wlchman, II. P.. 27; Wilder,
C. T lft; Wilder, O. P., 27; Wilder,
II. A., 13: Wilder, J. A., 18; Wilder,
8. 0., 1-3; Wilder, W. (!., IB; Woon.
Wm., 21; Whlto, Austin, scratch.
Young, J. O.. 13. ,
Have Fine Time
There was a lino bunch of sports
out at Ksplolanl Park yesterday, aft
ernoon, when the Urltlsh men-of-
wacsmen were entertained by Act
ing Drltlsh Consul Davles. .Three
special cars were 'provided by the
Rapid Transit, and they conveyed
tho visitors out to tho Park directly
from tho Oceanic wharf.
Arrived at the Park, the sailors
wero soon engaged In sports ot all
sorts and both cricket and soccer
wero played as well. The cricket
match was won by tho seamen, who
dcefatod the stokers by d big' score.
The soccer football was won by tho
stokers, who beat tho seamen, ( so as
to balance up the cricket defeat.
A tug-of-war was pultod oft, and
a fine exhibition It was, too; three,
running races over various distances
wero contested. Three-legged r races,
potato, races and other 'stunts sharp
ened tho appetites, of. the sailors, and
after a visit to the Aquarium 'and a
dip In the ocean, the Jackles sat
down to a line spread.
The prizes wero distributed by lit
tlo Miss Davles, and all the trophies
wero something that a sailor appre
ciates. The whole day was a de
lightful one, and the courtesy of the
Urltlsh Consul In giving the outing
and of the. Rapid Transls Company
In transporting the sailors was the
subject of much favorable comment
Captain John Mays, who has bocn
an expert telegraph operator for
more than fifty years, declares that
Eddie Collins bats like Wes Filler.
As that is going back some, not
many ot the present generation of
fans will dispute Captain John's
word. Still Hughoy Dougherty and
lloxlo (loodwin might pass judg
ment with a . question, '
Papke Is Still
In Good Form
rirraiiuno, bet. . nmie Papke
tonight outfought Willie Lewis at
every stage of a six-round bout. No
decision was rendered, but there was
never a moment's doubt as to which
was the better man, The receipts
at the box offlco (or the contest
reached the handsome total ot $40,-27G.
VDIII Papke, although appearing
among the big star, "still seems able
to make ends meet and Is certain of
a crust, to say nothing of gutter, as
long as ho can nick ud money as
easily as the above cable Indicates
he diet last night.
Papke Is a .most peculiar boxer
as far as showing results go; he and
Btanley 'Ketchcll havo met three
times, and although Dill knocked
Btanley out once, tho latter came
through again and put' It all over
Pftpkc. In one contest Papke seemed
to absolutely outclass Kctchell, and
yrH a short tlmo afterwards the man
who Is to fight Jack Johnson made
Papke took llkei ten cents.
Papke. would like nothing better
than another g- at Ketchell, but the
latter Is not likely to gtvo bim a
chanco for some time to come.
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Talk And Play
Now that, the world's championship
scries Is being played off on the
mainland, Interest In the' ball games
must Jio very keen. Tho Pittsburg
nine yesterday won the first gamo of
the scries against tho Detroit. A
tremendous crowd was sure to bo In
attendance, as tho grandstand and
blescherk hno been greatly enlarged
and 'it wns expected' that a record
bunch of fans would turn out.
Would that 'the Same Interest, In
proportion, were shown In baseball
here; then would the game boom as
it Bhotild In ' an' American country.
Maybe it district ball was played hero,
things would bo bettor.. Dy district
ball Is meant that each suburb or dis
trict would ralse'a team, and no play
er but' a bona ndo. resident 'of that
district would be allowed to play on
Uie'nliio..'"' ' ".,' '" - ;
And to brevent "floater" drifting
from "ono club to another a' six
ttontbi' residential clause .could bo
Inserted. Then wo' would have' otnev
tlilog In iho way ot ball worth see
ing, and airther.rcsldcots of each' dls
iHcttVpuld tako a $Ha7lnieir'(eam,
and' 'would roll up to this, (pitaa 1 and
die'er ttiemsclvci'boilWforthelr own
little litifg. '
Vhen. club football was dylpg In
Australia through' one club grabbing
all the good players In sight and win'
nlng evorxthlng, district teams were
smarted and 'now. the keenest possiblo
game's aro , being played and.kll the
cars ,'are .crowded with, tho different
fans chasing up their own bunch of
players. Why not giro It a trial In
this' Territory? . .. ,, ,
f tt It M
McFadden Is Out
" Of Fight Game
Jack McFadden has decided to re
tire once and for, all from the boxing
game,, and any suggestions .that tho
lightweights should get back Into the
game again are not In "order. Jack
has got a good, steady Job and has
settled down to be a permanent resi
dent of Honolulu.
McFadden hsd- his up and downs
like moat people, i and now .that he is
satlsded with' fall 'Job. and getting
along all right, he consider that to
go back to the'- scrapping business
would be" a false move.
Jack McFadden and Dick Sullivan
arc two' men who, after retiring on
f their laurels, havo settled In Hawaii,
and It "speaks well for' our home ot
Aloha that bo many men In different
walks of life, do finally come to rest
in this haven of men who do things.
. tt tt II
Local and Coast
Tho von Ilamm-Young garage havo
sold 'to Oeor'go licckoy, Jr., a seven
seated 6ldsmobllc, This-Is the samo
make, ot .car which Bockley drove for
four, months without s repair of any,
ur ucuig nuuuuu. aiminger iiuugo
considers, tho Oldsmobilo a perfect
Harry Lewis Is expecting bis seven
seated Btevons-Duryea on the Mon
golia noxt weok. The von Hammi
Young peoplo oxpect tho car on 'Mon
day, and some other machines also.
V. M. Olffard has ordcrod a Btov-bns-Duoea
touring car, Model X, from
the von Hamm-Young Company. Tho
same company has sold a Maxwell
runabout to Mr. Warbam of this city.
Things at tho Schuman garage aro
busy, and by tho Mongolia a number
of machines aro oxpoctod. Tho K. M.
P, Is a favorlto car In this 'city and
many enquiries aro daily made about
them, i .'.'-.,'
HAMBURG BELLE IS
WONDERFUL TIMES ARE
PUT UP BY FINE MARE.
World Beater Uhlan It Defeated by
Flying Trotter Horsemen
Think the Belle as Good as Lou
Slnco Hamburg Hello stepped two
heats recently at Cleveland, O., In
2101 i and 2:01, when sho defeated
tho unbeaten Uhlan In world's record
tlmo for two hents, she has been tho
most-talkcd-ot mnro In tho harness
world. That sho is a 2i00 trotter,
thcro Is absolutely no doubt, ulilte
thcro aro horsemen who believe that
sho In tho equal of the peerless I.011
Dillon, l:68H, which Mr. Hillings in
troduced to tho foreign horsemen tho
past summer and which created the
greatest sensation over enjoyed by
any horse tho world has cut knonii.
Hamburg Hello has trotted moio
extremely fast racing heats than any
other horso that uvor lived," says a
writer In tho St. Umls Globe-Demo
In her Initial start on the grand
circuit at Detroit In 1908 she stopped
In 2:05M. Tho following week at Ka
lamazoo sho trotted In tho same tlmo
ns sho did also at i'oughkccpslo. At
Readvllle her time wns 2:WA, 2:0fti.i.
At Hartford in tho Charier Oak slako
sho met a new world record for three
heats by stepping In 2:03, 2:00 ami
2:943a, this being her final nppcarance
of tho season.
"Prior to her races nt Cleveland
she has appealed In public only Iwleo
At tho Detroit mcellqg slin re-luccl
her record lo 2:02?', In a. trip against
Ihtf watch, but at Iho grand circuit n
mile In 2:03li wns her best effort.
Last weok, however, she worked two
miles In 2:03 and 2:02, and It wns
thcBo miles which gave her backers
so much confidence on race day. Uh
lan had been only ono extremely fust
mile, his record heat in 2:03, but
he did that so easily that his friends
believed that he would trot tho uinre
Into the ground when thoy enma to
gether. They, believed thnt ho could
step In 2:02'4'nnd they deemed that
fait enough to tie tho mare up.
"They were fooled twice. Tho blscV
gelding was even better than his "-'
friends believed hlm.-ss ho trotted bis
mile "practically as fast as tho marc
and sho 'wns u great deal butter than
"Uhlan met with iho worsf ot racing
luck In tnb second heat,. but there aro
fow.who believe that tho remit would
have -lK-.cn different had tho black
gelding not thrown a shoo and lost a
boot or two, except possibly tho mare
might' havo stepped the second heat
a trlflo faster with somo one clso
alongsldo her to mako hor think It
was a real raco; 2:01 aro, two ter
rific heats. Ot course, everybody
knew that It was a now world's record
for a two-heat raco, but fow realized
ihat it oven equaled tho best record
tor a two-heat raro by a pacer, the
:n'S)i and 2:00 of Prlnco Alert. It
is doubtful If thcro Is even a pacer
In the country today capable ot laK
lug the measure of tho daughter of
Axworthy and Sally Simmons.
Tho sale of tho mare will In no
manner affect her racing this so.ir.ou
as Bho remains under tho manage
ment of John Madden and will bo
driven by Hilly Andrews until tho sea
son clor.es nnd maybe longer. Her
next engagement Is ut Iteadvlllo on
Sept. 3, tho closing day of tho grand
circuit mooting there, when tho will
again meet Uhlan In a match raco.
It the 'mare wins that will finish their
series of duols, but should sho meet
detest a third race will bo arranged
for one of "tho later grund circuit
meetings at Lexington.
Although .Hamburg Hollo won mid
deserves .all tho credit which govs to
a world's record holder, ono who has
dono what no other horso has over
been capable of doing, her antagonist,
Uhlan, must not be overlooked. Ills
first heat wob trotted In exactly tho
sam time as that of Iho maro and,
In addition ho was unlucky enough
not to draw tho lolo and was outtddo
the, maro the cntlro mile. Had ho
drawn tho" lusldo position tho result
might havo been different, although
tho mare, which can get nwny from
tho wlro faster than tho black horso,
'probably would have obtained tho
coveted position beforo thoy got to
tho quarter polo.
"Uhlan, previous to tho raco hero,
had but one oxtrcmely fast mllo nnd
that was tho ono In which he obtained
his record, It seemed almost lnios-
slblo for u horso to go such 11 clip
without a few corking miles to stay
him up for tho effort, but ho never
How tbo flag of distress and wob clou
lug on the maro at the finish. In tho
second heat ho showed an oven great
er burst of speed, tho quarter In which
ho mado tho break being trotted In
29 soconds and ho gained nearly n
tongth'on tho piaro before tho boot
camo loose and caused nil tho trouble.
After that he did everything except
trot as any trotter might bo expected
lo do who had been thrown all out of
balanco by such an accident.
"Many expected to seo Andrews pull
up when ho saw his rivul In trouble
Inasmuch as lt(was tho final heat, but
tho Madden tenmstor wna thinking of
Iho record and ho never looked around
That to swim from Charlcstown
bridge to lloston light was nbt nn
Impossible feat was shown by'Alols
Andcrlc, the Austrian Uutmplon
long-dlslnnco swimmer, for ho hn
accomplished It In fh. 38m. ami fin
flood conditions favored tiio'Ani
trlnn. Tho water was smooth and not
until he imn red the light did tho
temperature go to CO. IlcltiR n fnsl
swimmer he re.uhed the light before
the tldo turned and beforo tho storm
With the tide turning from flood
lo ebb, at 8:.1ft John llrny or i:ast
lloston, John Hvcrett of lloston, John
Donovan of Lynn und W. .1, Walsh,
Alfred Gardner nnd John .McLanc of
Itcvcrc stepped to tho end of the
pier nt Charlcstown bridge nnd div
ed off amid the cheers of tho crows
on tho bridge ami In boats.
Andcrlc started nt 8: 12 nod he al
so received 11 great sendoff. At 8:ft2
Samuel Richards of South lloston
took to the water.
Some of the swimmers ured Iho
overhand stroke wlillo others met!
the lirrasl atrokc, Amlerlo used n
slroKn of his own, which Is railed
the truilgcuu stroke. It Is ror.iewhat
similar to the overhand one, hut ho
does not bring his arum out of tho
wnler but semis thciii through It,
Professor DeCost of Dorchester acted
ns guide for Andcrle.
Until ofT Spectacle Island Wnlsli
wai In the lead, wlfcii thu Austrian
bowed In front nnd remained there.
Instead of going to the entt of Nix
Mule Anderle blnrled over tho bar.
When he 1 cached It there was nbont
two feet of wuter over it nnd ho
wax fenced to crawl 011 his nnhds nnd
Unlet for about flvu jnrds till ho
got In ileiip water ngilii.
When the Austrian lefUHio water
nt tl.o light nt 2:30 lie wns greeted
by Ciplalu l'liigico und his assis
tants, Xlckerson and .Icnnlngi, nnd
by a umber of soldiers fiom II, War-
lie. After n rttl'dovvn he wns pho-
togittphcd and then boarded" his
launch and returned to Dorchester
whoie he Is tt:iylng with friends.
tl U 11
Stili In Form
Were tlcnumnnl's legs as sound
nd ns stiong 3b they were, soma
lie or slv years ago tho lint .which
he swings would keep him In thu
gume for a lung tlmo to conic.
Rut If llcaumoiit's legs were sound
lloston would not havo him ns :i
player. Harney Dreyfuss never was
known to lie gencntus enough lo
hand 11 plajcr who was right In
the vigor of his primer to any team.
Off and on lleniiiiiont bus played
good ball fur Ronton. At no tlnui
this season has bo been weal; with
Iho but. Kvcn when the rheumatism
bothered him most be has been ablo
to lilt the ball. It he wcro ns
sprjghtly as when bu was one ot
tho best .batters 011 the IMttsburg
club he witold have mure 111 ta lo his
Whether he will play liascball
noxt year in a major league will
depend 11 grent deal upon whether
lloston wauls him. If Hoston decider!
that his sc.vLji nut unnecessary. It
Is pnfo to try tint Ilujuinout will bo
given n ntt, unless ho wishes to
continue with urn' of tlio minor lea
gues nnd pick up a little easy spend
When Ileautxont (van tiaded to
lloston by Pittsburg Rilrhey wui al
so turned over lo tho lloston team.
The second baseman, who wns nncu
clever enough to hold his own with
tho iivcriige second baseman of the
major leagiies, fell off rapidly In
form once he started lo go hack, nnd
lloston not lung ago released him for
Ho had lost his grip ns u (Heeler
and was no longer much uf ,t bats
Whoro is that Impressionable
joung presH agent of tho 1'lttsburg
club who glorified 11. Druyfusa when
ho let Rltchcy go to Huston? t I'ur
thcrmoro. whero aro those harping
old scolds who rhlded Dreyfuss for
"turning over his Pittsburg talent
In lloston because ho owned th'o Ho
How time does mako homo folks
wish thero wero neither pen nor
tt n tt tt u tt tt tt it tt u xi a tt n s: n
to seu what vaa happening lo Ubhu.
Tho, iniiro trolled tho first half In
itllji, which probably hiis'nuvcr been
equaled III 11 trottliK race,. Had tho
goldlug not met with bud luck It la
qulto possiblo that tho locnrd tlmo
made In Iho first heat might havo
been boston nB the mic Coming
homo absolutely nlono, wllhout an
other horso at her side which Is an
essential In a record breaking 'hcut,
trotted within half n rccond of thu
tlmo iii'i'io In Iho first mile. As It
stands, bowunT. II Is 11 maik which
oilier trotters will probably tdioot for
pome tlmo unsuccessfully."
WING ON CHONG
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1 Bethel, 0pp. the Empire',1
Po. 0, Bos 771.
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