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WEEKLY WEAJiER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, T. H., Nov. 1, 1909.
The mean temperatures were much lower than those of the preceding
week at all stations on" Oahu, Kauai, ard Molckal, In the Makawao and
Lahalan districts of Maul, and generally In the South Hllo and Puna
cllrlrlcts of Hawaii. Elsewhere they were slightly lower, excepting In
the North Kona district of Hawaii where they were slightly higher.
Southerly (kona) wnds prevailed during the forepart of the week,
attended with heavy to excessive rains, and thunderstorms, and occa
sionally strong winds.
The average rainfall was greater than any week during the last
three months en Hawaii, Maul, and Oahu; seven months on Kauai, and
six months on Molokal; and the total rainfall for the week was above
the average at all stations having a record of ten or more years ex
cepting four on Hawaii, and one on Oahu.
The following are the departures, In Inches. In the several districts:
HAWAII N. Kohala 0.16 to .0 08, Hamakua 40.12 to 40 29, N. Hllo
0 14 to '1.08, S. Hllo 0.39 to t2.65, Puna 2.11 to 3.98, and N. Kona
0 63; MAUI Makawao .0.15 and Lahalna 1.94; OAHU Koolauloa
40.10, Koolaupoko 1.06 to 4 1.19, Honolulu 0.32. Ewa 40.11, and Wal
anae 4O.8O; and KAUAI Kawalhau -0.71, Koloa 1.29, and Walmea
The rains during the week practically broke the drought that has
obtained fer so long, especially on Hawaii, and Maul.
The follcwlng are the total amounts of rainfall, In Inches, In the sev
eral districts of the dltferent Islands! HAWAII N. Kohala 0.70 to 0.91,
Hamakua 0.78 to 1.19, N. Hllo 1.92 to 3.71, S. Hllo 2.05 to 6X10, Puna
1.32 to 5.15, Kau 2.S5 to 4.55, S. Kona 1.39. and N. Kona 084; MAUI
Makawao 1.51 to 1.83, Hana 0.50 to 3.37, Walluku 0.65 to 3.04, and La
halna 2.12; OAHU Koolauloa 0.69, Koolaupoko 1.62 to 2.43, Honolulu
0.33, Ewa 0.40 to 1.19, and Walanae 1.02; KAUAI Kawalhau 1.50, Ko
lot 2.45, and Wa'mca 2.04; and MOLOKAI Molokal 1.42.
Excessively heavy rains, 2.50 Inches or more In 24 consecutive hours,
were reported from Hakalau and Pahala, Hawaii, and Puunene, Maul;
a slight earthquake about 6.00 p, m. of the 22nd by both observers In
the Kealakekua section of Hawaii; thunderstorms by Kohala Mill, Ho
nokaa, Laupahoehoc, Hllo and Kaucleau, Hawaii; Nahlku and Kaana
psll, Maul; Koloa and Makawell, Kauai, and Mapulehu Ranch, Molokal.'
,WM. B. STOCKMAN,
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group;
Hawaii 72.5" 2.46 Inches.
Maul 72.6 1.86 Inches.
Oahu 73.0' 1.10 Inches.
Kauai 72.3 2.00 Inches.
Molokal 73.0' 1.42 Inches.
Entire Group 72.7 2.04 Inches.
At the lecal office of the United States Weather Bureau In Honolulu
partly cloudy weither obtained, with measurable rainfall on three
dites totaling 0 33 Inch, 0.3? less than the normal for the week, and
0.27 more than during the preceding week. The maximum temperature
was 81, minimum 63 and mean 733, 2.2" bslow normal, and 2.0
lower than last week's. The mean dally relative humidity varied from
65 to E2 , and the moan for the week 74.1 , was about 5? above
normal. Variable winds obtained, Northeast, East, and Southeast pre
vailing, with an average hourly velocity of 6.7 miles. The mean dally
barometer ranged from 29 PO to 30.12 Inches, and the mean for the
week, 29.99, was 0.02 Inch above normal.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Note1 Tho figures following tlio namo of station Indicate the
Unto with which the neck's report closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch 2S) Haiti fell un fhe iluti-s. nmoiiiitliiK to .71 Inch.,
.11 iiioic limn during tho jiicci'illiiK week. A. Marim.
Kohala Mission (29) Tho mean temperature was 72.S, urtd tho
liilnfiill which ocrmreil on flo dates .70 Inch., 10 lesa limn tho
tiicruKo nml .09 more thnn last week's. Dr. II. D. nonil,
Kohala Mill (2R) Showers occurred on three dates and totaled .91)
Inch. .03 abou1 tho neniKe nml .03 moro thnn tho previous week's.
Tho moan temperature was "3 ." T. II. I.llllo.
Nlulll (28) Tlio inp.m temperature was 72.-1". Itnln foil on threo
dates nml nmotmted In HI Inch.. .08 above tlio average, and .20 nioru
thnn last week's 1". C. I'actnw,
Kukulhaele (2S) There wero three dns with lalnfall. which
riinonntPd to 78 Inch, .33 more than during Ilia preceding week. Tho
iiienn temperature was 73.2". II. T. Uarciay.
Honokaa (27) Tlio moan temperature wns 72.4. Showers occurred
en four dales and amounted to 1.19 Inches, .29 Inch above tho nvoraga,
mid 81 moio than last week's 1', V Kuudsen,
Paauhau (28) Itnln fell on six dates and amounted to 1.02 Indies,
' .12 Inch nhovo tlio nvoniEo, and .30 moro than during tho preceding
week I.. WIlMin.
Laupaehoe,hoe (2S) Thorn wero four days with rainfall which
I'liitiunlril to 2.39 Inches. l.iS 111010 than during thu previous week,
(ml .14 Inch lioiow the ncinRU. K. W. Ilamnrd.
Papaaloa (29) Showers occurred on four dates nml nnionntcd to
1 '.12 Indies, 79 Inch moro than Inst week's. C. McLennan.
Honohlna (28) Itnln occuned on ftvo dntos and totaled 3,71 inches,
3 tS moro than tho preceding week's, unit 1.0S nhuvo tho nvcrngo.
V, M. 1'r.ibor.
Hakalau (28) Tlio mean teniiicintiiro was 72.5. Ilaln fell on four
dates excessive on tlio 2Sth and amounted to 3.7U IiicIicb, 1.39 abno
tho iivoiaco, and 2.51 moro than Inst week'h. .1, I'raser.
Pepeekeo I28)s The mean temperatiiie wns 73.8" and tho rainfall
which occuri'd on fhe dntos 2115 Inches, 188 inoro than durlns
tlio puccdlng week, ami .29 Inch less than tho uvorago, I'opeckco
En gar Co
Papalkou (28) Measurable lain fell on six dates and totaled (1.00
tin Ins. 2.r,5 nhovo the neiage, ami 5 89 moro thnn during the pre
ceding week. I. T. .Moir.
Hllo (28) Tlio mean tcmperntiiio win 73.C,, Rains fell on six dates
nml totaled 3 90 Inches, 1.28 nbmo tlio aveugo, and 3 83 moio than
Inst week's. I,. C, I.smnii.
Ponahawal (28) HiiIiih ocenned dally, amounting to fi.DS IiicIicb,
3 01 mure than dining tio preceding week, Thu Iiienn temperature
was 70.2. J. 1:. anniallolbou.
Kapoho (28) Thu mean temperature was 72.8. Showers occurred
dully ami totaled 1.82 Indies, 1.IJ3 moro than last week's, nnd .02 Inch
nbove the nveiago II. .1. L)num
Kaueleau (27) Itnln fell dally and amounted to 5.15 Inches, 5 02
moro lliuti dinlr.g the preceding week, Thu mean teinperatuio was
(,S 7 I.. V. Turner.
Pahala (27) Tho mean tcmpoiatiiiu was 718". Italn fell on tho
last threo dates excessive on the 27th anil totaled 1.53 Inches, Unit
amount moio than last week's, nml 3.98 nlmvo tho nvoragu Haw,
Naalehu (27) Cloudy weather prevailed, with rain on tlio tlneo first
dates amounting to 2 8." Inches 2 11 nhovo tho average, and 2.C9 moro
than tlio previous week's CI. II, White.
Kealakekua (28) There weio linen dales with rainfall, which
amounted to 1-29 Inches, 1,33 111010 Hunt dining tlio pioccdlug week.
Kealakekua (27) Tho mean temperature was 72 8. Showeis oc-
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curreil on three dates nnd totaled .84 Inch, .63 less thnn tho average,
mid .12 more than last week's. Rev. 8. II. Dnvls.
I8LAND OF MAUI.
Haiku (28) Light "trndos' anil varlablo winds prevailed, with
cloudy, cool weather, nnd dally rnlnfnll amounting to 1.51 Inches, 1.10
moro than last week's, nnd .15 Inch above tho average. Tlio mean
temperature was 70.7. I). D. Iluldwln.
Huelo (28) The menn temperature was 69.2. There woro five days
with rnlnfnll. which nnioimted to 1.83 Inches, .92 Inch moro thnn tho
previous week's. J. L. Ferrclra.
Nahlku (27) Italn occurred dally, amounting to 3.37 Inches, 2.17
moro than last week's. The mean temperature was 69- . C. O.
Hana (19) Tho menu temperature was 74.8. and tho rainfall
which occurred on two dates .50 Inch. O. O. Cooper
Puunene (2S) Kxcesslvely heavy rnlns fell on the 2oth and showers
on four ilntrr, totaling 3 01 Inches, 2.91 moro than tho previous weeks.
The incnn temperature was 74.9. Wm, Bcarby. ....
Walluku (28) ShowerB occurred on four dates and totaled ,6j Inch.,
.04 moro thnn during the preceding week, Ttie mean temperature was
74.0. Ilro. Frank.
Kaanapall (28) Tho mean teinpcraturo was 75.3 Ilaln fell on threo
dates, totaling 2.12 Inches, that amount more than last weeks, aud
.91 uboo the avgerngo. V. Itobu.
I8LAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (29) Cloudy weather, high "trades," and cool nights ob
tained, with a mean temperature of 72.0. nnd dally showers totaling
.69 Inch. .10 abovo tho average, and .08 moro than last weeks K. i.
ChMMnwlMBineh (29)-The mean temperature was 71.2. Showers
cccmrod on six dates nnd totaled 2.43 inches-; 1.19 above tho average,
and 1 3C moro than during tho preceding week. John Herd.
Walmanalo (29) Showers occurred on four dates and amounted to
l.r.2 Inches, LOG abovo the aveiage, and .79 Inch moro than laBt weeks.
The mean temperature was 74.4. A. Irvine.
Walawa (30) Tho mean teinpcraturo was 71.2', and tho rnlnrall
1.19 Inches. .54 Inch moro than during tho preceding week. A. Llstor.
Ewa (30) Clear to cloudy weather obtained, with. rains on three
dates amounting to .40 Inch, that amount moro than last wcok'B, and
,11 nbove tho ncrago. Tlio mean temperature was 73.S. It. Muller.
Walanae (29) Showers occurred on threo dates and totaled 1.02
Inches, that amount moro than tho preceding week's, and .80 Inch
ubove the average. Tho mean teinpcraturo Was 74.6". P. Meyer.
I8LAND OF KAUAI.
Kealla (29) Tlio mean teinpcraturo was 72.4 nnd tho rnlnfnll 1.50
Inches, 1.42 moro than last week's, and .71 Inch above tho average
Mnkco Sugar Co.
Koloa (29) Italn foil on flo dates and amounted to 2.4o Inches, 1.Z9
above the average, nnd 1.C4 more than tho previous week's. Tho mean
teinpcraturo was 72.0. Tho Koloa Sugar Co,
Makawell (29) Tho mean temperature was 73.4. Mcasurablo rain
till m tho last four dates and amounted to 2.01 Inches, 2.01 more than
last wcok'B, and 1.77 nbovo tho average. Hawaiian Sugar Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu Ranch (29) The menu temperature was 73.0. Showers
occurred on six dates nnd totaled 1.42 Inches, .81 Inch moro than during
tho preceding week. C. C. Conradt. ,...
WM. B. 8T0CKMAN,
Alewa Heights is growing, nnd
that no one may doubt It the fol
lowing letter hns been written:
To tho Members of tho Alcwn
Heights lmpiovcment Club:
The past jear has witnessed a
splendid development on the Alewa
Heights Trnct. From the uninviting
prospcut of two years ago, overrun tner ,ower to assist us, while
with lantnna, glue and guava shrub, ! themselves laboring under mnny dlf
it has giown until now there are nculte, nnd have undoubtedly
more thnn thirty dwellings complet- Btrnncj l)0t or two to provide us
ed or about to be completed, many wtth the p)e thnt la auout to solve
of which compare favorably with our water roblem. The thanks ot
the residences In nny section of Ho- the cluu nre certainly due to Su
nolulu, nnd all owned nnd occupied porlntcndent Campbell, Mr. Little
by citizens of tho Territory. nml tne olher members of their Do-
Tho llnwallnn Electric Company, ,,nrtmcnt. In fact, nil tho Oovcrn
Mutunl Telephone Company nnd Ho- ment officials, from Oovernor Krear
nolulu Ons Company hnvo jnstnllen (iow( haVe been very kind and con
thelr respective services nnd rest- sldcrnte. '
dents of tho Heights now enjoy up-l .'.,.. . ..
i.u.im. ii-hiinn. n.i i,nnti,r ,.vi The County officials hnvo promised
nnd nre In Instnnt communication '
with ..II ..nrtK nf th C.ltv nml I.I.
and. The macadamized street from
Wylllo Street into tho Tract has been
nr LMP,.t honniit. nml M.n now w.n.i
nnw holnc rnnlr..rlB,l f.n.n Ihn Inw.
er end of tl. Tract, nnd evcntunllv
intended to reach the upper end will,
when completed nnd macadamized.
he one of tho ncenlc mutes of tho
Island, besides giving easy nccess for
even heavy loads to all pnits of the
Theio Is not n resident of the
Heights but will ndnilt that good
health grows wild up here, for tho
cool hrerres from tho Pall carry tho
lang or tlio ocean', and that tho heio and forms a flno lawn without
splendid view more thnn compens- Inlgntlon. A sjstcmatlc plan for
atcs for the slight disadvantage (If planting trees along tho roads
mull It can ho called) of distance through the Tiact should be devel
fiom the cars. Through the efforts oped nnd adhered to, for a splen
of Mr. W. V, Thajer, sufficient mo- did opportunity Is presented of mak-
iiu, hub neen laiseu uy siinscriptlon lug this one of tho most attiactlvo
among the Club members to con- spots in Honolulu. We hnve here
struct a well-Riaded fnotpith fir.iu an tntlio tintt of land, without treo
Judd Stioet In connect with tho 01 ohstiuetlan, tho cojitour nnd topo
loud Into tho tiact, tnpdicssed with giaphy of which could not bo im
sand, thus nffordlng a shoit cut to piovcd upon, that would delight tho
the Lllllia Street car linn. benit of n landao urtlst. It lies
The main handicap has been tlio will, tlH whether wo mnl.o It n spot
water iiuestlon, nnd this now bids nf homily and sjmmetry, or nu un
fair to 1 each n Bpeedy settlement, sluhtlv liiml.ln nf nil kimU r ,,.,
for a Iho-luch plpo lino has been
planned to reach from nbove the
Electric Light Stutlon onto the up
per levels of tho Heights, thus af
fording a direct line to the Tract.
Tho pipe for this has already been
distributed along the route, and It
is now only a question ot placing It
While at times tho lack of water
may have been vexing, still we must
all admit that the Water Works De
iiurtment has done everything In
.to ?"' "" road Into the Tract
"'"I tills WtlUlU undoubtedly I18V0
')ecn ,1,lno er now niul tho l,ower
"'cn "nuate. wo are assured mat
" nvo mo muucr in minii anu
"'" "OHIO llgniS Will soon Ue in
atiillcd. Upon the completion of the
"""'u "-'ni una 1110 enlarging ot
"IU l"" I"un'. l '" tract
wl" undoubtedly bo properly light'
Ticys, shrubs, vines nnd flowers
nre being planted lu abundance by
the residents of tho Heights nnd u
few jears should "work u trnnsfor
motion In Its nnnenranco. Tho ma
nlenlo grnss finds a natural habltul
and shrubs. This opportunity lost
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I Lal md ICtitiomal I
BY V. I. SJEVENS0K.
Kight fans are busy discussing tho
championship fight between Johnson
and Ketchcl, the main subject of ar
gument being whether Kctchel
knocked Johnson down or not In the
Into championship tight. The gen
eral opinion among those who were
at the ringside was that the cham
pion did the tumbling act for the
benefit of the pictures, nnd thoso
who were close enough to see the
"golden smile" on Jack's face as he
went to the mat found it hard to
reconcile the Idea ot a smile being
good company for a knock-down says
The wonderful cleverness of the
big negro was acknowledged, the
only blot on his scientific exhibition
being the flop to the floor, which
was voted amateurish. 'There was
no desire on the part of the fol
lowers of tho game to see the men
matched again, the superiority ot
tho champion having been shown
Wants Return Fight.
Willie Urltt was nround town
with two of Kotchel's teeth in his
pocket. Iirltt was showing them to
prove the power ot Johnson's punch
hut the loss of his masticators evi
dently has not dulled Kotchel's wil
lingness to fight, as his manager was
after Johnson yesterday for a return
N"Won't ou fight us again before
you fight unybody else?" Drltt ask
ed Johnson, to which the big cham
"I'll fight an) body If I can see
any monoy In It. That's my busi
ness, nnd I'm still actively engaged
Johnson wns talking yesterday of
going to Los Angeles, where he has
been offered a match with the win
ner of the Jim Flynn-Jack Hums
fight, nnd as he Is not worrying
about losing his championship to ei
ther ot these pugilistic artists, ho
sajs he 'may make 'the trip south
and accept McCarey's offer.
Will Fight Langford.
Kctchel has no definite plans for
the future. Iirltt was asked yester
day If Stanley would fight Langford,
un'd the manager promptly said that
"Ketchel will fight Langford any
now will bo gone forever. The Board'
of Agriculture and Korentry have al
ways been ready to assist us and
dcseivo our appreciation ot their ef
forts. Especial thanks aro duo to your
committees, who have worked hard
and persistently to secure the ad
vantages we now enjoy, I would
particularly Impress upon you the
Importance of having a live and. Rus
tling Improvement club, in. which
all the residents take an active In
terest. Many benefits can bo obtain
ed through united efforts that could
not bo secured through individual
action. The tendency Is for each
section to loso interest as It has Its
wnnts satisfied, but this should bo
guarded against, for what benefits
one benefits all, and an Improvement
in one part Is bound to advanco. el.
ther directly or Indirectly, the In
terests or the whole trast. Take
broad view of theso things, got to
gethcr in tho Club and talk thorn
over, nnd having decided one wuy
or tho other, got behind your deci
sion and seo that It goes through,
P. 1). CREEDON.
Tho llullotlu is assured that
theio mo no lots for sale 011 Alewa,
time." said Willus, "but he will not
make weight for any ot theso fel
lows any more. Papke? No. What's
the use ot fighting him any more.
He's afraid to get In and fight. Juet
as booh as ho gets hit ho covers up
and will not do a thing. The peoplo
don't want that kind ot a fighter."
Outside of a slightly swollen nose
and the hiatus In his row of teeth,
Ketchel did not show any signs of
the beating Johnson gave him.
Taking Films Eait.
Tlv Krellng leaves for New York
today with the films ot the moving
pictures ot the fight and Coffroth
will head for the big city on Wed-
, ncsday, arriving In New York In
time to see the pictures as soon as
they are developed and complete ar
rangements for showing them In the
EaBt. Many requests have been re
celved for dates for showing tho pic
turcs and most of the large cities
of tho East have sent In requests
for a chance to exhibit them
It is unfortunate that the films
have to be sent East to be develop
ed, as it will be somo time before
the pictures can be shown hero, but
when they are exhibited in this city
they should prove a great drawing
card, as the pictorial representation
of the fight will set at rest man)
doubting ones who were at tho ring'
side but cannot-make up their thlndt
as to the Johnson knock-down. When
tho picture are shown they are like
ly to sot this matter right.
Won't Chase Jeffries.
Johnson has received many often
for theatrical tours, but so far hi
has not made up his mind what hr
will do. He was informed yester
day of Jeffries' statement that he
would come to this country at one
ana sign up to meet Johnson.
"Thnfs all right,; said Jack, "I
have my money up and am willing tt
mako a match with Jeffries any tlmi
ho Is ready, but I'm not going to run
after him. I am the championship
and Jeffries can come after me."
Down In MemphlB, Tonn., accord
Ing to the tolcgrnph, the negroes are
celebrating Johnson's victory to the
great detriment of the river traffic.
Two big Mississippi steamers are
tied up there and the owners find it
Impossible to get crews to man the
boats on account of the celebration
of tho champion's success.
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The meeting of tho California
Rugby Hotel eos Union held latol)
was principally dovoted to a discus
sion of the unfortunate occurrence
at tho game between the Unlvorsltj
of California and tho llarbarlans, in
which Coach Schaffer, objected to L.
S. Reading as referee. Tho offlcla
appointed by the union acted dur
ing the first half anrt withdraw
half-time whon Schaffer refused to
allow the college team to continue
"ue ne nunoied the whistle,
otnaeuer apologised to Ileadlnir
personally after the game, and a let.
ter was received from the Califor
nia coach In which ho expressed hit
regret to the union, Orauuate Man
Igor Italph p Merrltt stated that as
the official of the associated students
responsible for the actions ot the
university men on the field he was
sorry the affair had happened and
premised that In future referees
wouia bu given more consideration
when they officiated nt California
On mo'tlon of Reading, who made
a manly statement of his position
and accepted Schae'er's regrets with
flno courtesy, the letter of apology
)vn" ,ft(,('0l h)' the union nnd the
Managers Morrltt of California
and llurbnnk ot Stanford were pres
ent and asked the union to namo n
referee for the Intercollegiate fresh
man game which Is to be played at
California Field on Saturday next.
The universities Intimated that
Charles F. Cameron would bo accept
able to them and the union appoint
ed him for the match. Merrltt nnd
llurbnnk then announced that the
linesmen will be D. P. Crawford of
Stanford and Ccdrlc Cert ot Califor
nia, and the tlmekeeprs will ho
Judge Everett J, Drown, n formor
University ot California manager,
and his brothor, Dave Drown, who
occupied a simitar position nt Stan
ford In the days when tho Drown
brothers were younger and more ath
letic. The freshman game will start at
5 o'clock and the entire bleacher
space will be open to purchasers ot
general admission tickets, tho prlco
of which has been set at olio dol
lar. The two universities will havo
rooting sections similar to tho ar
rangement at the "big game," and
following tho usual custom Califor
nia, being tho homo team, will oc
cupy tho sldo facing tho sun, whlto
Stanford's supporters will sit on tho
western side ot tho field.
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Five new world's records and 0110
American record were made at Celtic
I Park on Oct. 16 during the annual
fall track an1 field games ot tho
Iricn-American Atnictic uiud, says
Emtio Lungl, the Italian cham
pion, who ran unattached, mndo n
no wrccord In tho two-thirds milo
icratch race, which he won In 2
nlnutcs 4G 3-5 seconds. The old
-ecord wos 2 minutes 48 1-5 sec
onds. In the discus throw, Martin J.
ihcrldan sent the hammer skimming
142 feet 10 1-2 Inches, beating Ills
ormcr record of 140 feet. Ho also
vlped out J. S. Mitchell's American
Igures of 26 feet 8 1-2 Inches by
mtttng the 42-pound stono, from a
itand with follow, 27 feet 9 Inches.
John J. Flanagan, throwing tho
16-pound hammer, with an ununi
ted run and follow, sent tho inlsslo
(80 feet 1 Inch, The old figures
vtre 154 feet 1 1-2 Inch.
The Irish-American Athletic Club
"earn, composed ot Collins, Riley,
Iromllow and Klvlat, won tho four
nllo relay handicap race from
icratch In 18 mln 8 -S seconds, clip
ping 1 l-S seconds oft tho world's
.'ecord held by the University ot
S. C. Northrldge and C. S. P. Cns
iass of the same club won tho threo
'egged scratch race at 220 ynrds In
17 1-5 seconds, easily beating Zust
md Puffer's world's record of 33 tec
, a a
The PlttBburg baseball team ar
rived In Pittsburg at 7 o'clock this
noriilng Bays a dispatch from thut
jlty. Tomorrow it will 'own tho
ourg. The enthusiastic fans bolluvo
-hey have earned what they wilt
awn. There will be a parado lu
which civic clubs, old time baseball
players, amateur (teams, fans nnd
other organization will participate.
The mayor and his official family
will go the entire routo.
More than GO.OpO peoplo are ex
pected to crowd Forbes field, whero
(ho team will bo welcomed homo
with pralso for tho honor brought to
Pittsburg. Congressman James Fran
cis Durke, will deliver the principal
address and present the players with
checks for their share ot tho receipts
of the seven games. Each player will
receive more than 11,800.
On the train coming over from
Detroit two purses wero made up for
"Dabc" Adams one by his team
mates nnd another by the funs.
Adams U recoiling enough hnningn
lo turn n hero's head, but tho ex
perience Is not spoiling him. Ho
went quietly to his home.
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