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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.1L, UK8DAY. NOV. 2, 1909.
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Next Sunday at the League
grounds the much talked of Mara
thon race will take place, and, as so
many different countries will be rep
resented, the event will more or less
assume an International aspect.
All the men who are taking part
In tho race have been In training
for some time, and It appears as It
the contest will be a very close and
Blx runners will face the starter,
and all of them are men who should
finish the full distance In good time.
As a matter of fact, It Is expected
that tho record for the Marathon
distance will be broken as tar as
these Islands go.
Jackson, Hayes, Tsukamoto, Fahy,
Charlie and Kaoo will all, bar acci
dents, too the tine on Sunday after
noon, and It goes without saying
that Jackson should repeat his good
.work In the past and win once
more. Hayes, with his, easy action,
should also run well. In fact all
tho men Irnvo an excellent chance In
the race, and the finish promises to
be much more exciting than at the
other Marathon, when Jackson won
by a lap or so.
The greatest Interest will be taken
In the running of the Hllo Japanese,
Tsukomoto, and It roraalns to be
neon It ho can stand the strain over
the Marathon distance of 26 miles
H85 yards. Tsukomoto cracked up
at tho 14 miles In the last race, and,
nlthough his shoes were to blame a
lot, the man appeared to be pretty
woll "all In'' otherwise.
..JQame, llttlp.Char'lle.-the Chines
runner, ylll besure to finish the long
run,, and he Is a great favorite with
the 'public. Then that wonderful. old
runner Antone Kaoo will make -all
the younger men stfetch their legs
If they want to defeat, the "Wala
lua Horse." Kaoo can maintain the
same even stride for mile after mild;
and has always got a sprint at the
finish that astonishes the spectators.
Dal Kahy, he of the high action,
will be sure to run well,, and anyone'
wno saw mm take part In tho othor
Marathon which was run at the
League grounds knows what sort of
a ped he Is. It would surprise no
body to see Fahy finish well up to
the front, Hayes also must be given
a good chance In the race, and the
only element of doubt Is as to how
the runners will act after being
doped up with oxygen. If all the
professionals are to be allowed to
mop up the Htuff ad 111), we may ex
pect to see the whole bunch flying
around the track like airships.
From all accounts, the men are de
termined to use tho machine, but It
'does aecm a pity that the runners
will not run In their natural state
and be real sports. The only thing
pleasant about the machine Is that
tho fact of its arrival became known'
and the attempt to keep It for the
uso of one man was nrevented,
However, a sense of decency may
oxlst somowhero In tho ranks of tho
promoters of the event, and tho use
of the machluo prohibited on the day
of tho race.
There Is not much tun In seeing
a lot of men whoaro Inflated with
dope run around a track for mile
after mile. If the race Is run as It
should bo, purely on tho merits of
tho runncm In their natural state of
health, the race should be a good
uno, and may tho bnt man win. If
It Is an oxygen-filled 'Individual that
romps home a winner followed by a
bunch of a trifle less filled stiffs, the
sooner the game dies out In these is
lands tho better for sport.
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Tho postponed packago raco will
tako place noxt Sunday and It matters
not how tho weather Is. The yachts
and tho SealH aro now tied for tho
Eolation raco sailed, and tho Hawaii
will leavo tho harbor at 10 'o'clock on
Friday evening. Sho will anchor off
Kaena Point, and will act as Btake
boat; tho boats In tho raco will start
at A o'clock on Saturday evening, and
thoy will have to sail down to tho Ha
waii, get a package from hor, and then
fly down to Pearl Harbor In quick ord
or. Tho first boat-to deliver a package
Srflll lw (I Aliln ftil itin tiilnnn.
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a a p,
Johnnlo Murphy, who was present at C. A. A S
tho rlngsldo on Saturday night, on- Seals i BV
Joyed tho nhow lmmenncly. Tho won- 8unllghts ,, ,..., .6
yerful lUto( boxer ,look hotter, than Wallcles ..,.6
when Jlio,jililpt ilQWy,nn(l, jwcrybodyjKuklll . , ,-.
honoglthlii .tlio'.ctmtiRispf iqllnmto will il '"i
do liiiti n lot. of good., -, j,
Reilly and Cullen
May Box Again
Charlie Reilly, the game little fel
low who gave 'Dick Cullen such, a
go last Saturday night, Is not leav
ing the Torrltory lor some lime yet.
He Intended to leave on 'the.Hllonla'n
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match with Culle'tt.t Charlie decided
to stay a While.'
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As far as anothcf'conteal between
the men who put up such a fine fight pMtng competing runners In a spec
last Saturday night is.concerned, the tacular manner. ' ,
matter seems to be' hanging fire 'a rjoth Marsh andv8t. Yves set out at
little, llie most of. these .affairs do. , 'fast pace and few spectators e.x-
Still the prospects of another flf-.pected to see either 'of them finish,
teen round go, with: a lean break St. Yves gained Tapldly on all but
proviso, seem) verjr'tjrlght;' Manager i Marsh, 'whom healwaa unable to lap
Scully, although' hot' making much ontll the 'seventeenth mllos. After
money on the last batfh, U willing that ho gained steadily oh' the Eng
to again get the.'nUn together for a, llshraan,' Increasing his' lead, at every
decent sized purse, and tbe' lads round. '
should certainly' accept1, his offer. I When the shot was , fired for the
Everybody Va'P'"0 "h the Anal lap the French runner .let him
last show, and there, la'no doubt that.oclf out and made.the round In whirl
a big crowd would roll 'up to see the .lnl 'ashlon, crossing the tape at full
two lightweights at worKonpe more. . rI. Ho appeared, to be, In good
Cullen Is a good man?et Ilellly In a'C0"0'"0" " . of tho race,
clcan-break affair should lie able to' .Beldc W,n?B aecond, Marsh has
hni.i hi. own l!hB nonor of . breaking , the ten-mile
""Thematch m.V tf arranged some '
time today, and If so. the news. will
, , ' , ,v .. -,Msrsn time ror tho ten mllea was
,.? "niiTt ll &. ESEUr S4 ''"' 60 second.. ,' At
.ho Uul etln. wofprellmlnar- tMrtlmo Margh r-
ics are also figure on. and It U ahe.d of ( St. Yves, who soon passed
probable that they twill-bo' between UiiL v
men who have not been In the local
ring for some tlme-V .
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f Vaiafapilfiu NflavniuM f tit a &wm
team and the second bunch of play-
era' bad, a strenuous training stunt
out at the League grotnds, and the'
class of work done shows that the
men have learned a, .thing or two
since last Sunday, and that! the Ma
rines when they meet; the Townles
on 8unday week, wilt .have to play
up to their best forrato.have a look
in. .. ' I
Signal practice was gone In for
yesterday, and all the boys did.' their
very best work..- tThtretwerVaimost
sufficient men present 'to.mske two
teams, and at times it looked very
like tho real thing when the bunch
had settled down properly to 'work.
The Town team Is Improving all !
the time, and from .the look of
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things will be In excellent-fettle for
their, next go against the, half-wets.
Tho latter team la hard at work also,
and their captain and mentor Is de
termined that' no Civilian bunch Is
going to defeat his (adsi-Tha next
game should be a. beauty and well
worth' going .miles to see.
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No Oahu League
Ball 'on Sunday
On Sunday next' 'there will be no
baseball at the Athletic Park, as the
management has decided to postpone
the games In order' not to interfere
with the pulling off of the Marathon
race at the League grounds..
The 'second serjes of .the Oahu
League seems to be gstting better
every day, and It the boys pUt.up as
good a brand' of ball as they used to
In the past there, Is no .doubt that
the public will attend the games as
they used to do at flr'sti
The, Marathon managers'wlll hand
over $50 to the Oahu League to
compensate for the loss sustained by.
the league through the games not
coming off, and the action Is, much
appreciated by both the leaguo and
the players. ,
Tho ball games will be resumed on
the following Sunday, .and there Is
bo doubt that the'- park will be
crowded with a bunch' of live fans
who have missed their previous Dab
bath game, j'
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At A.tn Park th flolrinnrtli'M tnviiA
IS going strong, and tho Chlnose A. A.
men are determined to'haye the con-
first placo In the series: The Bun
lights, who follow c1ose"behlhd, havo
played ono moro gajpe Jhsp,,tb lead
J crs, but have lost 'two "to the others
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Additional Sporta on Pace 19
St. Yves Beats
Henrf 'St. Tves won the the Mara
thon derby at the baseball grounds on
October 17 In 2!32SJ, breaking his
own world's record' of 2:40:50 3-5,
made at the Now York Marathon der
by. 'John Mkrrh, tho Englishman, was
second, several laps behind. Johnny
Hayes of New York was third and J,
P. Flttgerald fourth.. Harry McLean,
tho HopI Indian from Phoenix, A.T.,
from whom much was expected, ran
beautifully for tho .first fifteen miles,
then began to' lose steam, and col
llpscd completely In the twenty-second
'mile, and 'was carried from the
field In the arms 'of his ,lndUn train'
cr. Thirteen started. " '
St. Yves won the race over the full
wirMora uiaiwice oi o miles J5U
'yrd.,.h.v.ng a lea of fully four lap.
Marathon distance of 26 miles 385
. over Marsh, bis closest competitor. He
'was in rxce:ieui iorm ana maae rre-
..;, rini harm-.. ih ...n,t..n.i
vuun, iiieauo uj ..os-." i.iw IMS, Ajrr)lt
Johnny Hsye,-the winner of the
Olympic Marathon, .was plainly mlt
classedby Marsn. as Well as 81. Yves,
ire Jogged along at a steady gait
through the' entire rape, .coming In a
aslant ttiN, .y -
a b ; i. .
The school's 'officers, were treated
to.a swell dinner last' Saturday eve
ning Jn the dining hall. It' was the
first one of the kind given to' the
officers. The hall was decorated
nicely with the school colors,, black
and yellow. After the dinner the
officers 'and their best girls enjoyed
the rest of , the evening In. social
converse and games.
The older boys of the school are
arranging for a mild Marathon race
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icuiiy win acsignsia wau may pe
,nt.ht. .im iii ...,!. i. 4h.
distance,- probably a four-mile run.
Capt. Winters Is coaching the
boys In marching evolutions, and
the cadets are showing the results
of his efforts. After a wh(le the
boys will be thoroughly Instructed
in the manual or arms.
Training for the coming schools
Marathon Is now being up by In
tending participants, and President
Horne and his assistants1 will pay
close attention to the condition of
The lack of -proper material In
slie,' weight and, knowledge? the
game compels tne scnoois to side
step from football this season, The
boys may be heard front In soccer
On account of the boys working In
cleaning the athletic field, th base
ball series between the Blues r.nd
Whites have, been 'postponedjor the
tlbe being. ' T '
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There wai a large gathering of
Alumni' a t:t he 'grounds on Sunday to
witness the cadet dressNparade. The
cadets are working u'p to a flrst-clsss
The bpys are working with a wll
In clearlng'away the debris from the
grounds presented by the trustees
for an athletic field.
Stanley Livingston Is recruiting
considerable material 'for a new glee
The championship of the Rlversldo
Leaguo wob decided when tho Aalas
met tho Kewalos and defeated them by
a scoro of 4 to 3. It was a cloao and
exciting game and was watched by. a
big crowd of fans.
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1 The Gladys and Charlotti O. had n'
raoe-dqwn at I'onrl 'Harbor b'n SliUday,
i and the'formor boat won b?'two"mln-
utes after a vory protty race. '
SUNDAY, NOV. 7.
1:30 P. M.
C. A. C. vs. U. 8. M. 0.
J. A. C. vs. K. A.C.
BEATS 10c, ISc 25c
At the v
league B.B. Grounds
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1009.
1:30 P. M.
C. K. Charlie
ADMISSION AS USUAL.
Three Niehts of the Week
,AT 7:30 0'GLOOK.
Admission 10, IS and 28 Cents
NEW DANCE HALL
MAKALAPUA JUNIOR GLEE CLUB
' will open tonisht
X. P. HALL.
Admission 10c. Dances 5c.
for Both Men and Women.
Six Pain Guaranteed Six Months
or New Stockings.
$2 per box of six
Remember Wear a hole in heel,
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Levy's for Groceries
ARMSTRONG & VERNE
WISE & MILTON COMPANY t
A Big Vaudeville Show
REAL SINGERS REAL DANCERS
NEW MOVING PICTURES.
Reserved Scats ....10 and 20 cents
Seats on sale Thursday morning.
Open Every Afternoon
AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 5
EVENING SESSION, 7:30 TO 10: JO
Chaapion Lady Skater o( the World.
ADMISSION 10c: Skates, 15o
Fort Street Below Beretania
WAVERLY DANCE HALL.
Cor. Hotel -and Bet'ue Sts.
Open every evening except Sunday
at 7 o'clock.
Admission lOo. Ladies Free.
v Musio by Kawaihnn Glee Club.
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Business Suits for $25.
tad cloth of A-l quality can bo fju
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FORT AND KING STREETS.
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Post Card Albums
Fresh Fruits and
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