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EVENING- BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT., SATURDAY. NOV. C, 1009.
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Kiit only arc tho military men go
Imk t hno n oilco dny on Noem
lirr 27, but tlio Fighting 1'llth nt
l.ellehii.i me going to linvc n show
of their own before that
I.cllcliun will lie n scone of bustle
nnd ucllvlt outside or regular
work when the nthlclcs get to
M'thcr'. The iiroRiiini of siiortB
which Is printed below Is nn excel
lent one, mid, nt most of the conts
uro the sanio ns tlio Cavalry will
hne to compete in nt the military
ImrU meet later on. the men who i
win nt Lellehua will doubtless rep- grounds ruliy, Kiino, Jackson, nnd
resent their leglmcnt nt the general .Clinrllo were to bo seen sprinting
truck meet nn Nov. 27. I around the truck In good sbnpe, and.
Out nt Lcilehua the Athletic Ofil- judging from tho Bt lo of Kahy's run
(er will secure the necessary nin- nlng, ho will bo n linrd man to beat.
turlnl for conducting the meet, nml
nil arrangements will bo In his
l.nmls. The spirts will start nt
S:30 n. in. nnd will bo continued
light through the day.
Now that the mllltnry authorities
ate Inking up the Hold spoils In ear
nest there Is no doubt of Honolulu
being put on the map ns n spot
wliuie nil athletics nourish,
Tlio program lor the Drill's sports
lly onlcr of Colonel Schuyler, tho
following lint of pi lies and events
for Hie Gtli C.ixnln, 1'lelil l)i. ic
I nKe plate Nowmbtr 1.1, lias leni
published ut Stliofiold ll.ur.'ul.H.
I'lniiM to count , 3 and 1.
In nddlllon to n banner to be giv
en the highest troop, prizes will no
nwuided ns follows:
Uumilng High Jump: 1st place,
it; Slid place, $2; 3itl place, SI.
Iliouil Jump: 1st place, tU "nd
place, J; 3id place. SI.
Ura.ul Jump, limning: 1st place,
S4; 2nd place. i; 3id place, SI.
flitting Shot: 1st place, I; 2nd
Place, $2; 3rd place, ft.
Hammer Throwing: -st plnce, if;
'2nd" place, $2; 3rd place, SI.
Daseball Tluowlng: 1st plnce, S4;
2nd plnce, S2; 3rd placo, $1.
HO Yard Dash: 1st place,
2nd place. J2; 3rd place, SI,
100 Viiul Dash: 1st place, 1 1
place, S2; 3ld placo, $1.
220 Yaid Dash: 1st pinie, 14; 2nd
place, fi: 3rd placo, SI,
440 Yard Dash: 1st place, $4; 2nd
place S2; 3rd place, SI,
S80 Ynril Dash: 1st place, 4;
2nd plate, S2; 3rd plnce, si.
120 Yaid Hurdle Race: 1st plate,
$1; 2nd place, (2; 3rd place, SI.
220 Yard Huidlo Hare: 1st place,
SI; 2nd place, S2; 3rd place, 1.
Team Ktontr 1, Tug of war,
stocking feet, squmlmn ersus bquail
lon, n men nnd one captain from
Tho names of the contestants will
ho submitted to tho Athletic Ofll
ter not later than noon, Nov. 9th
Tho following oniters uro ilctnlled
for tho any: liofurec, l.leut. Col.
Ceo. K. Hunter. Judges: dipt. Cluis.
C. Wnlcutt, C.ipt. Jno. M. Jenkins,
Copt. Harry O. Wlllard, Capt, Will
luce II. Scnles. Athletic Qlllcer: 2nd
blent. Homer M. Orontnger, Start
er: 2nd l.leut. I'lill. II. Hlicrldan.
Timekeeper: 2nd l.leut. Geo. I.. Mor
ilfcim. Clerk of tho Course: Bcrgt.
CIiiiii. 8. Cotton, Troop A. Announc
er: 2nd l.leut. Chns. V. Stewart.
Mensuier: 1st l.leut. Jno. K. Hume.
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Tomorrow afternoon nt tho Lcnguo
grounds tho long talked of Marathon
race wilt bo run, mid It goes ulthottt
salng that tho oent will bo n ery
Interesting one from all points of
Now that the oxjgcn machine Is
said to bo cut out of the proposition,
tho lace scorns to lie more open, nnd
ns nil tlio runners nte callable of cov
ering tho full (HstiiiKO, tlicro should
bo a closo finish.
Yesterday afternoon at the League
Jackson of course Is In good condi
tion nnd ho Is, ns usual, confident of
winning tho first prize. Hating glcn
tho oxygen machine up, Nigel Is now
content to run unassisted by tho do'pe.
Connie Hayes Is In this rnce with
booth feet, nnd he will go so close to
winning that there will not be much
difference between tliu winner and tho
.good little runner llaes.
Tsnkamnto, the piido nnd hope of
tl.o rainy city, is running as lia nctcr
inn before, nnd It Is not Impi nimble
that the subject of tlio .Mikado will
-I ow tho way to the other runners
light through tho longdistance tuu.
I Should tho Japanese win, there vlll
be much joy among tho Nipponese,
nnd the stain of Tsukamoto's previous
defeat will be wiped out. Incidental
ly, a lot of rcnl inency will also (.n
Into tho nochet of the Japanese If tlm
Illlo man wins. Tho Japs havo liven
piling the money, un In hnudfulls, ard
If their tepicsciltatltu Is ngul'i de
feated theio will, bo weeping nil our
tho Itlvcrsido district.
rill Chilton, Jackson's mentor, feels
pretty good about his man's chance,
and expects the .Marathon to go lo
Jackson. Still, n lot of tho oth( r in in
ogcis feel tho samu way about their
men, and the ouscqucuco Is tl.nt the
race assumes u ery open nspcit.
The trnck Is all roped In and meas
ured for tomorrow's race, nnd Mm ollv
er arrangements nro all rorapbito.l
Tho scoring nffalrs Mill be In the
hnudS'Ot a competent mnn nnd mi oi ly
bIy nun will run In thu rnco I lie re
should bo no plllkla whatsoever In io
coidlng tho laps of ench mnn jr.
When tho men step onto tho track
tho lino up for the start there ruojld
bo n big crowd of spectators present.
Something In the wny of reionW Is
going to bo mado tomorrow over tho
.Mniathnn dlstnntc, and If 'ho men
only each take a fair share nt the
pacing, tho Hawaiian .Marathon fig
ures arc going to get an nwf.il Jolt.
One thing Is sure about this nro
nnd that Is there won't bo n lot of
would bo Marathon men scattered all
over thu ground at the end of flio or
six miles. Tho six men who nro to
run tomorrow will nil bo In condition
for tho long run, and thcro should not
bo much space between them at tho
Kahy has been putting up Bomo flno
times over all distances from ton to
twenty miles, and ho should go closo
to winning tomorrow, If ho runs his
own rnco and does not lot somo other
runner run tho ruco to unit himself.
Jackson has proved thrco times that
ho Is the best man over a Marathon
distance nnd It Is Impossible to lcae
him out of calculations when trying to
pick tho probable winner. Still, the
Now Kcnlander will hac to run a bet
ter rnre tomorrow than he did at tho
'Athletic I'nrk If ho nnnts to win. His
tlmo for ten nnd fifteen miles ns
ory slow, nnd Tsuknmoto nllowed him
to run his own race.
Tomorrow, Knhy, Haes, and tho
rest o'f tho bunch will mako tho pace
so hot thnt the triple crown mnn will
hno to do hard running" to kiep up
An) one who was nt the meeting
of the N. (I. II. nthlctlcB last night
must have come nwuy with the firm
com let Ion that the military sports
meeting Is going to be a fine affair.
And the Uunids will bo there In
force, too, nnd from all present In
dications they will make a good
showing against the regulars.
The big track meet Is to tnko place
Nov, 27 at the Leaguo grounds, nnd,
ns nil hrunths of tho service will
take part, the affair will make n
new mark In Hawaiian athlftlcs.
The Guards will be represented by
n fine bunch of nthlctes, and some
of the first prizes should comu their
way. Hke nnd En 8uo nre very fast
men over nny distance from GO to
140 nrds, nnd It will have to be n
good ped who defeats the pair.
Henry Chllllngworth, alwuja ni
hil ell to as "Klddo," will be n good
nil n round man, nnd he will surely
bring home some of the tiuphles.
McCundless, I.ota, Scioggy and Ad
dison nlbo will do good work for the
Uunids, nnd things look leally bright
for the leglment.
The meeting was most enthusias
tic over eer thing, nml It shows the
M'od amateur spirit that exists still
in this city, notwithstanding tho
temptations that aie thrown In the
wa of the )oung athletes of he Ter
ritory. Out at Kort Shatter the good old
20th hunc.li or spoils are haul ut
work getting Into condition, nnd
they are going to have n prelimi
nary tr-out of tftelr own on Nov.
1". In order to pick out a team "to
compete In the big military tourna
ment. tt tt tt '
High School and
Puna ho u Today
This afternoon nt the Alexander
Field, tho High School and Calm
College will hitch up In n football
match. The game Is to start at G:30
o'clock, and there Is sure to be n
big ciuwhd present nt'the grounds.
Special cars will nun from Mn
noa Junction to tho football field,
mid all the cars from town will bo
met. The same omclalg will be In
thnrgc of the game as on Inst Sat
urday, und ever thing points to nn
exciting game. Tho Hlghsc wcro
defeated by the Collcgo of Hawaii,
nnd the Oabu College later on bent
tho Hawaii, so It would appear ns
If the I'unnhnus hail a snap this aft
ernoon, but there Is no telling till
the members go up, and thu unex
pected moy occur.
The rooters hnvo been training
hard, and tho girls nre In excellent
Ice, so there should be something
doing In tho fan line this afternoon.
Tho gnine will bo well worth watch
ing, nnd the trip out to tho beauti
ful field should be much cnJoed by
all those, who turn out.
Tho Aloha Chapter of the Daughters
0f tho American Howilutlon will hold
Its November meeting on Monday nt
tho homo of Mrs. V, I). Alexander, I'u
nation street, at 3:30.
TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND
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PRICES $100, 75, 50, 25 Cents
League B.B. Grounds
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1009.
1:30 P. M.
Tsukamoto C. K. Charlie
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ADMISSION AS USUAL.
Three NHits of the Week
AT 7:30 O'CLOCK.
Admission 10, IS and 25 Cents
Card Party and
G'vcn by Excelsior Lodfie No. 1.
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At Odd Fellows' Hall Tuesday Eve-
nir.R, Nov. 0, 1909, at 8 o'clock.
PRIZES AND REFRESHMENTS.
Vititinp; Odd Fellows Invited.
NEW DANCE HALL,
MAKALAPUA JUNIOR GLEE CLUB
will open tomeht
K. P. HALL.
Admission 10c. Dances 5c.
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AFTERNOON SESSION. 3 TO 5.
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Admission 10c. Ladies Fret.
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