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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.TilCnSDAY. 'OCT. 28. 1909.
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Dope and Notes
All tho btx elx arc hard at It. Jack,
son, the chimplon Marathon runner
of tho Hawaiian Islands, better known
ns tho "Marathon Kid," and his man
: nger and tratner, Dili Chilton, may be
ieen dally aomewhero between Monno
lua nnd Diamond Head, out for a lonR
Ills 'running and stalng qualltlen
show that ho Is In beautlfvl condition.
Tsukamoto, the JapaneNj champion,
has a new trainer and adviser, nnd Is
not tho Tsukamoto of old but a new,
faster nnd better runner. This time
ho Is getting well nibbed alter hln
road work Is over; he has also adopt
cd tho American Opo of Marathon
running shoes. He has changed his
'gait ob well as his stylo of running
which has made a woncieriui diner-
enco In him.
Last Saturday, at the Kaplolanl
rark raco courBO, beforo a congrega
tion of nensoaner men. he ran 26
miles, starting at 1:65 p. m. and fln
lehing at 6:44 p. m. Dill Chilton,
Jackson's manager and trainer. hap-
pencil to be there and Bat up and took
Antono Knoo, the Hawaiian, better
Known ns the Wnlalua horso, has been
conditioning himself for some time
Ills training quarters are around
Thomas Square, and he may be seen
dally burning up tho four streets that
bound tho Square.
Of the Marathon runners, Antono
Kaoo Is looked upon as being very
dangerous. William Stmerson, hi
manager, has been paying. particular
attention to this wonderful oldjniun,
who might Tet show the way to tho
Dal Fahy, who gavo Jackson such n
hard run at the League grounds last
spring, will be there again, and Is
rounding into flno form. His running
Ib both stllsh and good. He has the
height and build nnd Is lust tho right
age for a hard run.
Dob Robs Is taking care of him, and
will have Dal there with a long and
steady stride when the race starts.
C. IC. Charlie, the Chinese champion,
better known ns "Kalmukl Charlie,
says Tsukamoto can beat him In a ten
mile run, but he will fool tho Jap otor
tho Marathon distance.
Kalmukl Charllo Is In hard training
and Is running from 10 to 16 miles
every day. Ho uses a Chlneso rub
down every other day, because he Is a
Chinaman, and whlto man's rub down
between days, because It Is a white
Charllo mnile good In the last Mar
athon race and will make good again
Conny Haea, last, but not cast, Is
figuring on surprising somebody ob he
works out on tht country roads. He
finished third In the last Marathon, be
ing one lap behind Dal Fahy.
Summing up, wo have six good run
ners and It depends on their condition
to win tho race, as condition Is going
to tell ,and from tho way they are
training It is a hard guess, but a suro
guess that Jackson's old record will
Tho officials for tho raco hao been
chosen nnd tho following gentlemen
have consented to act: Judges W. T.
Rawlins, Major Fern, W. WilllamBon.
Timekeepers Lester Petrle and Den
Uolllnger, Scorci- A. Rclnecke. 8tnrt
er Qeorge Turner.
With tho above lot of officials tho
Marathon should bo brought to a fav
orablo conclusion. The judges will
see that no dopo Is allowed on the
track and that the threatened Invasion
of tho oxygen machine Is delayed
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Attired In sweaters, knee breeches
and tho rest of the costume that
constitutes tha iwiearlng apparel ot
the ordinary baseball player, the
members o ftho faculty of Stanford
University, will appear upon the
varsity-. diamond on Saturday, Oct.
30. The members ot the opposing
team are to be picked from among
those who have been on former var
sity squads, Decause no Rugby
game Is scheduled for that date the
opportunity for tho "studes" to see
the professors In action on the ball
field will probably bo taken ad
vantage of by practically the entire
At tho Kallhl Athletic Club meeting
which was held last night twelve mem
bers wero present, and Eddie Fernan
dez presided. A committee of threo
was nppoimeu to investigate, tno uahu
l.enirun nrnno.iltlnn. nml it wn ileelilivi
in play ball noxt Sunday at th6"Ath
Firework Show at
, t Athletic Park
There taKolns: to be something do
ing In the fireworks line at'the Ath
letic Park" on Saturday night, and
the Bhow of set pieces will certainly
astonish the spectators.
Representations of many well
known Incidents and sights will be
staged, and the audience will be
spellbound as they gaze on the fiery
men-of-war attacking one another,
or the picture, done In gunpowder,
of a volcano In full blast.
This exhibition of the real art ot
fireworks goes a long way4 beond
the ordinary lay-out of rockets and
Roman candle. No doubt a few
rockets will be let go. and the long
drawn out. chorus of "Ohs" as the
colored lights appear will be mingled
with yells ot "Mind the stlcIC' as the
crowd crane their necks upward.
Some of the placet to be produced
on Saturday night Will be done In
colors that would hardly soem possi
ble to reproduce in gunpowder. The
Bhow will be a noVel one, and a huge
crowd Is sure to attend.
All the fireworks have been man
ufactured locally by an expert at the
trade. He has thown In all the
big cities of the world, and even the
celebrated Pain, the acknowledged
king of pyrotechnics, who was pres
ent t one exhibition, had to admit
that ho had learned somemmg new.
C . , -. , - . , , T10 HawnTT'WlIt sail rrofn Honolulu
ThankBglvIng Day-,wlll.nat be long,.arbor M g 0.clock on'-Fridv night,
minor nlnnc now. nnd the fleld lunil will rriilnM In Ifnana iwiin. wkn.
coming along now, nnd the fleld '
iinrl which nre to be curried out by
the Ouhii Ilasebull League are loom
ing up as something big In the way
The program, which is varied
enough to please anybody, about
covers the whole range ot running
rind other stunts. The Comic ele
ment has not been forgotten, and the'
crowd will bo kept amusetl with ob
stacle, potato and sack races.
The more serious events Include a
mile relay race and several other
Interesting stunts. All the arrange
ments are In tho hands ot A. K. Vler
ra, and he Is such a hustler that
tho meeting Is sure to"be a huge suc
Now that the baseball season Is
closing, the public Is eager for
amusements of all Kinds, and, as the
Athletic Park will be the most suit
able place to hold sports, there Is no
doubt that a big holiday 'crowd will
assemble at tho Park, on ThankBglv
Ing Day. ' .
Boxers Are Ready
For Tap Of Gong
,. ,.' '
All the 'arrangements for the Cul
len llcllly fight excepting the chos
Ing of the referee nre'co'raplete. The
two principals are thoroughly wound
up, and both men wlir tap" Into the
ring nt to battle In a, way that will
please the fans. f
Tho lightweights have eased up
In their work now, and, except for
a little contortion work to keep the
muscles In ordet, will take things
easy till Saturday night, when they
will have to take tntngs aa tney
There will be" two 'preliminaries.
onerof six rounds and one ot four
spasms. 2 Kid Franklin and Kid Ter
ry will provide the first dish, and
Richards vs. Coyle will do tho sand
wich act before the' main event
Coyle Is a stranger -.here, as he
only lately arrived from 'the coast;
he Is said to be n clever boxer and
the possessor of a good p'uncb, which,
It passed out In the right manner,
should par Richards' somewhat. How
ever, Limey Is a husky Buy and will
mix things In style whljqt he Is In
The Rlchards-Coyle go should be
a good one, and tho public likes to
see two big men at wqrk some
times. The small fellows are all
right when they are In the llcllly
class, but tor real slugging the husky
men are sure the dope. K
Although no refcrece has, up to
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' there la no troublemntlclpated as re
- gafdsiono,, There art tureo or four
.JiBPod1menavallable for tho positlon,'Prices of Admission. , . ,50c, 25c, 15o
and It only means picking one who
will be acceptable to oom parties.
Franklin, 'who Is to box Terry,
will be In better condition than when
he last' appeared In the local ring.
He,. If trained properly, would make
a good showing against any ot the
local men ot his weight.
Kid Terry, although much smart
er than Franklin, is a willing little
scrapper, who Is always rea'dy to
step In nnd mix things with his man.
Ho may be relied upon to force the
fighting from the tap ot the gong,
and no matter what the decision Is,
wilt be seen running around the ring
asking for more stoush after the ver-
diet Is given.
juvk ovuiiy is wuriuiig uuru w
make the show a good one, and he
has got a fine program together. The
main event Is going to be a beauty
and It may be that a knockout will
end It beforo the alottcd number of
rounds are fought.
The Aloha Park will be covered
with canvas and the seating accom
modation Is very comfortable. A
good view of the contests can be had
from any part ot the Park, and no
doubt the usual free gallery bunch
will congregate on top of the new
building In the rear.
Tickets are on sale at Fltzpatrlck's
cigar store, and they are going oil
rapidly. Anjone who wishes to be
certain of a-seut had better get busy
and buy a pasteboard pass at once
and not leave It till the last minute.
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The extreme conditions which the
automobile of today Is sometimes re
quired to meet are Indicated In the
case of a Franklin which Is being
run In the Owens River aqueduct
service In Los Angeles. In one month
this car has been run over 1700
miles of deep Band and rocky de
sert and mountain roads. It has a
28-horse-power, four-cylinder en
A slx-cj Under Franklin Is also In
the uquwltict service, and nearby
another six-cylinder Franklin Is un
dergoing hard service In the Coat
Inga oil fields, where It Is engaged
in the work of the Union Oil Com.
unci will cruise to Kiena point, where
she will anchor and act aa stake boat.
aii mose- wnoj wisn to make the trip
are requested to seo Commodore Wil
der at once and book for the cruise.
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The Town and Marine foqtball toams
will play the best three out of Ave
games at the Leaguo grounds, and the
first game wilt be on Sunday next. '
AddltJeaal gporta on Pin 10
Grand Exhibition of
. Ali Set Pieces
Set. No. 1. The Gate of Pearls
Displays the American and Jap
anese flap, with words "Wel
come" and "Congratulations on
the Opening of the Exhibit."
Set. No. 2. The Odoni ot the Apri
cot Flowers. '
Set. No. 3. Golden Vehicle! in Con
fusion Displays ten or more
vehicles on fire and twenty or
more wuiows suddenly emerg
ing into view in a state of eon
fusion. Set No. 4. Butterflies and the Flow-'
er-Display butterflies play
ing at the golden flowers.
Set No. 5. Willows and the Fire
flies. Set. No. 6. Imitation Battlefield.
Set No. 7, Changes in Colors Dis
plays several hundred ' lights
undergoing five successive trans
formations in colon.
Set. No. 8. Umbrella Fire Dis
plays the emblems of the Gen
and Hei clans of ancient fame
and the expanded tail of the
Set. No. 9. Bees in Confusion
Displays several thousand angry
bees nying in confusion;
Set. No. 10. String of Pearls Dis
plays several hundred multicol
ored balls of fire.
Set. No. 11, Umbrella in a drizzling
shower of rain.
Set. No. 12., Cherry Blossoms in the
Horning Sun. Displays the
word "Goodbye" in n fleld of
Honolulu Athletic Park,
SATURDAY EVENING, '
OCT, 30, 1909,
'i(i;'AT8 O'CLOCK P. M,
SATURDAY, OCT. 30, 8:30 P. M.
FOB CHAMPIONSHIP OF HAWAII.
Weight 133 Founds.
KID FRANKLIN vs. KID TERRY
Six Rounds. Weight 128 Founds.
LINREY RICHARDS vs. JIM COYLE
Four Rounds. Weight 1S6 Founds. )
Besjured BeU l.uu
General Admission 60s
SUNDAY, OCT. 31.
1:30 P. M.
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U. B. M. C.
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