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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY. NOV. 4, 1009.
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Now that the day for the Mara
thon rnce Is approaching rapidly It
Is easily seen that the sporting pub
lie Is catching on to the Idea In
great form: The merits of the dif
ferent runners Is discussed on every
street corner, and now that tho men
seem to be .determined to run unassisted-
by oxygen, the event
should be n real good ono.
From present appcurances, and.
judging by tho wny the peds nre
reeling off the miles In training the
men should break the local record
with tho greatest ease.
Jackson Is running as" he never I
ran before; he bounds along the
trade like a balloon, and It Is easy
to see tlint he Is full of lite and J
oxygen. However, Marathon jacK
sas that unless the other runners
want to use the machine, he will
do without It. lit seems a pity that
Jack should ever put the temptation
In the way of the other runners.
Connie Hayes" is In excellent form
and Is running like a machine not'
an ox) gen concern. He will make
the best of the bunch run their
hnrdest to keep up with him, and
It may be that he will win the great
event after all.
Hut Antone Kaoo, the old reliable
Walalua Horse, Is In the race to
stay, and he Is such a wonderful
long dlstanco runner and has such a
marvelous sprint that ho must be
given a first-class chance of pulling
off tho first money.
Tsukamoto, the Hllo Japanese, Is
more or less of nn unknown quan
tity as regards the full Marathon
distance, and, Although he has
shown excellent form up to ten
mllos,' nothing' Is known-about-hls
ability to stay for the twenty-six
aame little Charlie will be there
with his pitter-patter-patter around
the track, and he will surely finish
the distance and may cause u sur
prise at the end.
Dal Fnhy reckons that he has a
good chance of winning out, and,
Judging from the way he ian In
tho Leaguo ground Marathon, he
must bo considered ns a dangerous
Taking It all around, the race
seems to be a very open one. and to
pick the winner would be a very
hard Job, Jackson has alwaa made
good over the Marathon distance,
and may do 'so onco more; he is
running well and as usual Is con
fident that he can win. That may
be so, but the Jnponese section are
sure their man cun win, and It may
turn out that he will romp home a
8 8 8
Yesterday afternoon at the Ath
letic park two fine games of baseball
were played In honor of the birth
day of the Mikado. There was a
great gathering of fans present, and
the enthusiasm ran high during the
In the first match the Mu Hocks
took a fall out of the Fusos' to the
tune of S to 4, and great was the
Joy of the Mus. Then the Asahls
and Dantals got together and the
former won by a score of 6 to 4.
Tho first game was remarkable
for the fact that the Fusos were
leading by a score of 4 to 1 up till
(ha Innt Innltio.. than wtiA iVf.t flnftrB
I took luck by the hand and, with
two men down, scored four runs
and won the match on the post, 5
In the other game the Asahls
scored one In tho.flrsb nndthe Ban-
zals replied with. wouovThen In the
fcocond tho Asahls made. two more
and the Uantals came again, and
making ono, run, tied tho score.
The Uanzala., could only add one
more run during the game, but the
Asahls piled up no less than three,
and the game ended 6 to 4 In their
favor, The big crowd went up In
the nlr when Morlyoma, for the
Asahls, made a really fine double
play; he was cheered to the echo.
The Japanese had a very enjoy
able afternoon's sport, and the Em
peror's birthday was spent In sportB
and fun of all klnOs. Danzul!
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ness cfflcs. These are the telephone
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This afternoon 'on the tlcrctanla
Club tennis courts there will bo a
most Intel est Ing match ttilnyed be
tween the local champions, Gee and
Iloth, and a very strong pair, Capt.
W. C. Johnson and Uaymond Shel
don, who will arrive In the city this
morning on the transport Logan.
The match, which was made by
wireless, should be as good or belter
than that ngolnst the'nwinland rep
lesentatlves. Long and McLoughlln,
who played the local imen when on
their way to Australlajto compete In
the world's championship.
Gee and Roth are la-very strong
pair, and they can lie relied upon
to put up a strong fight against the
visitors. In fact, most people think
mey win win mis auernoon.
The opinion around town Is that
IT Gee and Roth had gone Into the
.match against Long and McLough-
tin feeling that theyhad a chance
of winning, tie result! might have
been different, ' Our men would
have forced the play from the start
Instead of trying to play safe If they
had thought that thoy had an earth
ly chance against the mainland
Sheldon was at one time In the
Hrltlsh army, and In tennis ranks
was leckoned the fifth best In all
Englund, and that Is going some.
He eventually drifted out to the
Philippines nnd .Joined' the Scouts.
After the war Sheldon poln'ed the
regular army and soon climbed up
the lander to his present position.
Sheldon was considered one of the
best players In Manila, and his
partner, Capt. Johnson, Is certainly j
a nne piaer aiso, ,ne aeieated uee
in an -open tournamdata short time
before the champion left Manila for
The match this nfternoon should
be a rattling good one, and it Js to
be hoped that the rain will not pre
vent the game being pulled oft. The
match will start at3'.30 o'clock, and
by that time a big crowd of tennis
enthusiasts should be at the courts
to watch the struggle between Ha
waii and Manila.
8 8 8
Town and Marine
Out at tho Maklkt Held yesterday
thero was Bomethlng doing in the wuy
of football practice. Tha.Town' boys
wcru out In force, and enough men
rolled up to make two teams.
For a tlmo bucking was Indulged In,
and then when It got too dark to see
properly, signal practice waa gone In
for. Captain Sumner Is getting his
men Into shape and If hard work will
make the team all to the' good, he will
do tho Job,
Bill Campbell, although out of the
game for the season, cannot be kept
away from tho field, so he Is doing
the coaching. Between the two, Sum
ner and Campbell, the Town team Is
getting to look llko the real article.
The Marlnesi were also out at tho
ground, nnd It appears that they half
expected a game with the College of
Hawaii, However, the latter crowd
did not turn up, and the half-wets
had a hard practice all to themselves.
They were through with their work
when tho Town men arrived on the
scene, but stayed to watch the others
at practice. ' ,
8 H tt (
Charles (Babe) Adams, In a state
ment Issued lately, explains how he
defeated Detroit three times In the
world's series, says the' Examiner;
"My su6cess in pitching can be at.
trlbuted to the slow drorj'ball, j
discovered In the first game that De
trolt could not hit this klpd ot ball
to any extent. When' they would
connect It would'bok 'short hit to
teh Infield and Pittsburg has an in
Held which can take care of suho
"The slow drop I alternated, first
out and then in. il went to the out
side ot the plate, beyond the reach
ot the batter, but If the batsman
wbb within hitting distance the, ball
I was low and Its slowness caused a
false estimate of the strength re-
' quired from tho batter. In such a
I nulck feat us batting a false estl-
I mate Is a dangerous' thing for tho
batting side. The ball which went
inside of the plate and dropped at
the same time was the most effec
tive I used. Detroit could do noth
ing with that at all.
"Uut I did not overwork the drop
ball. To do so would have been to
lack and we knew when It was safe
to put them straight over the plate.
Detroit has a good batting aggrega
tion, and It was necessary to take
every precaution -with them. The
Tigers' rallies In several games de
monstrated this. To lose control
during one of thesfe rallies would
haev meant tho loss of the game.
The most trying times while I was
pitching was when Detroit showed
one of those famous spurts of
strength at bat. I worked harder
than ever and was fortunate enough
to hold control."
8 8 8
Local and Coast '
. John Leslie Watson of Washlngtoj
believes bo has an Inalienable right to
raise a smell with his machine. Con
sequently when ho was arrested on
Pennsylvania avenue because his mot
or car was belching forth volumes of
111 smelling gasoline smoke ho protest
ed and his attorney filed a demurrer
and gave these reasons for It:
Thai tho regulation against smoky
automobiles Is invalid, unconstitution
al and void.
That the Commissioners have no au
thority to adopt such a regulation.
That It Is unusual and unreasonable.
That It deprives the defendant of
the use of his own property.
That it Is not of general application
That It Is too Indefinite to be rea
sonably construed or reasonably on
forced. Tho case went over and Judgo Kim
ball will hear It later.
To Hold Meeting
Soccer football Is looking up a lot
and tomorrow night the executive
committee of the league will meet at
the Scottish Thistle Club Jit-jlKhl,
All the secretaries of the teams
are requested to hand' In their list
of names of players before the meet
ing. It Is very important that the
league secretary should have the
names of the soccer men In before
the preliminary games are arranged
Soccer is fast becoming popular
with not only the men, who play the
game regularly, but with the expon-"
entl of, the ptre.j- ' great football
game. ' Five teams will play In the
socier series, this, season, and every
thing point lu "a 'Successful year of
the game. . . 1 ..',
As ,kgardia'WbbH nothing- has
so far been settledVibd that Is one
of the matters thujt,' the executive
meeting will have to deal with to
at M 8 '
The boxing situation as regards Oil-
len and Rellly remains tho same, and
nothing now has developed so far.
Jack Scully Is quite content to allow
any other promoter to step In and
bring oft the show; the genial Jack did
not make much out,of the last exhibi
tion of boxing, and he cannot see the
force of putting up a show and losing
on the proposition.
Tonight at 7:30 o'clock the Oohu
Baseball LeaRUo'wIll hold a meetlnr
at Senator C. F. Chllllngworth's office
and as somo Important matters Jaro
to no considered it is noped that
big muster of members will attend.
Yesterday afternoon the Oahu Col
lege second football team defeated the
High School second eleven by a score
ot 10 to 0. The' fair rooters were
present In force and they cheered
their teams on to victory,
A meeting of the members of 'the
N, G, H. who happen to be Inter
ested In the military track meot, which
Is to be held or-Novembers 27, has
been called for Friday evening; atT:30
o'clock at the Bungalow, I tut
According to the unofficial aver
ages ot the world's champlonshlp'We
rles, the defeated Dotrolt team out
batted Pittsburg, but the National
league excelled In fielding, Detroit
batted .245 and Pittsburg .231. The
new world's champions fielded .958,
while the Detroit average was ,940.
nans Wagner did the hardest hit
ting of the series, getting nine hits
at 24 times at bat, fgr an average
of .376. Those who bet that Wag
ner would outbat Cobb, win by a
large margin, as the leading hitter
of tie American leaguo had only
.231. Delehanty was the star Ame-
rican league batter, with .340
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