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ANTOfJE KAOO SHOWS HIS HEELS TO ALL THE MARATHON RUN
NCRS HILO MAN RUNS FINE RACE AND FINI8HCS IN SECOND
PLACE JACKSON IS PLACED THIRD.
For three hours, eight minutes nnd
forty seconds, Autonc Kaon and Tail
ltnmoto, the Hllo runner, rn closo be.
lilnit ono another over tho Marathon
full course and at the finish tho old
Walalua Horse sprinted In fit a yards
to the Rood. In tho cxcollent time
It was a rnce to bo remembered for
tho rest 6r the fortunate spectator's
lives. And tho number of iieople who
turned out to sea tho raco was ns
Tho bleachers were absolutely pack,
cd, nnd the grandstand had few empty
seats. Around tho sides of the grounds
the crowd was ten rows deep, and a
flno orderly gathering It was, too,
Not the sllnhtest hitch occurred In
the proceedings, and tho threo Judges.
W. T. Rawlins. Maor Fern and tho
Bulletin sporting writer, who net-'
cd In that capacity, had on easy, nl-
though anxious time.
Tho managers, runners nnd train-
crs met tho Judges In conclao before
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Five of the men who competed in the Marathon race yesterday; reading from left to right, they are:
Jackson, Tsukamoto, Kaoo (winner of the event), Charlie and Hayes. Dal Fahy is missing; from the group,
as he failed to arrive in time to be photographed.
tho raco started, and whatover tho
threo officials said went,
Tho raco was as clean n bit of sport
ns could havo been seen' anywhere,
nnd there wns nothing but decent feel
ing shown right through out tho af
ternoon. It Is quite refreshing to see pro
fessional peds acting as our bunch did
Antono Kaoo neither rcBtcd or took
rcfresbmont of any Mtul from the!
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II..IU IKU I'lDVW, .IdllUICU II1U piuu, un
til tho samo weapon announced that
tho raco was ovor.
Ills was a wonderful performance,
and It makes a man wonder what the
old runner could havo done it be had
boen taken, to other climes when In
Kaoo Is a middle aged man and yet
ho has shown remarkable form over
all kinds of distances nnd, yosterday,
after tho gruelling race wns finished,
walked off the track as fresh ns, a
Tsukamoto has, onco and for all,
proved that ho Is no quitter and that
tho 'Athletic Park event was lost 'real
ly through his shoes Injuring his feet.
Tbo Hllo man showed tho greatest
gameness nnd running ability yester
day nnd, only for tho fact that ho Is
r.ot n sprinter, would havo won. Kaoo's
sprint at the' end wos too fast for the
son of Nippon, ,
Tsukamoto Is a first class runner
nnd ho, llko Knoo, ner stopped for n
rub down. Ho never took n drink
either, nnd except for a few fragments
of Ico at long Intervals nothing puBscd
his lips during tho rnco.
Nlgol Jackson, the horo nf throo pre
vious Marathons, did not run up to
his best form nnd, nlthauKh finishing
In third placo was a long! wny-behind.
Jackson wilt do better In the next
Marathon for stiru.
Still, If Kaoo nnd Tsukamoto run as
well In the next race ns they did In
cstcrday's, they need not be afraid
of the Antipodean runner.
Connie Hayes was rather disnp
polntlng and, although it must be ad
mitted that ho showed ho was gamo
to the finish, ho had no chance of win
ning the race.
Ho retired from the track at tho 1C
miles mark that Is ho protested but
was carried off the field. Cramps In
tho stomach had don for him.
Came little Charlie was the hero of
the day. Tho flno little Chinaman ran
heautlfnl race, and was greeted with
clleer whenuver no sprinted for a con
1' of hundred yards or so.
TJmo after time Charlie would nv-
pear' to he all In, and and then would
revive and do sonic good running
Much amusement was caused when
Charlie stopped and borrowed a drink
t -, y sc-t
of water from another runnor's hue-
Tho other man's trainers tried to
pan en t Charlla, mopping up all tho
aqua purn, but tho Katmukl lad
fought ror and swigged four cups of
Dal Fahy maintained the samo oven
pace for mile after mile, but had to
take several rub down. At 17 nillos he
slowed down to a walk, but after-
wards contlnuod at a Jig Jog,
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Taking It althogethen the race
was n benuty. nnd there Is no doubt
that the best man, on the day, won
At 1:08 o'clock the six men lined
up for the long run. Hayes had the
pole nnd Charlie was on the extreme
outside; Jackson was alongside
Charlie, while Kaoo, Fahy and Tsu
knmoto were In the mlddlo, '
At the crack tof .the pistol Jnckson
shot ahead und at once took .the
lead. The pace ho set tor a couple
of laps wus far too, fast to Inst, und,
after a mile had been covered, It
was Kaoo and Tsukamoto who acted
ub the leaders all through the race.
Oal Fully begun to drop behind
right away; his up und down In tho
tame spot stride does not get him
over the ground fast enough, Con
nie Hnes also was slow, although
using u rather taking style of run
ning, nnd It was easily 'seen that lit
tle Charlie would as usual ru,n the
dlsthnco out or oxplro In tho at
tempt. After Iho miles had been covered
In 3':3G, the fact became evident
that either Kaoo or Tsukamoto
wauIiI win, i With tho exception of
JuQlibon and -Omirllo, the rest .'of tho
field were out of the rnce as far as
Imrt place went.
At ten miles the fact became more
apparent that the Old Walalua
Horse and Tsukamoto were going to
fight It out to a bitter finish. The
leaders ran the ten miles lh 1 hour
7 minutes and 27 seconds, nnd both
were going strong at that distance.
With Knoo In the lead and Tsu
kamoto following close In his foot
steps, the fifteen inllo post was pass
ed, 1 hour 42 minutes nnd 10 sec
onds after the stnrt of the race.
Jackson was then two laps and
about 200 yards behind, and Charlie,
further baik, was running fourth.
The crowd was waking up now,
end the cheers nnd rooting showed
how the fnns were taking the game.
The Japanese wero very excited, nnd
Tsukamoto had only to do a short
sprint to bring down the house,
The same order prevailed, only
that Jackson had dropped further
nstertninnd Hayes, had to 'be taken
from tho track. Tahy wan a long
way behind and Ch&rllo had Improv
ed his position a trifle.
The leaders coverel the twenty
miles In 2 hours 19 minutes and 39
reconds, and the samo old order pre
vailed. Jackson had another rub
down nnd then lost one more lap.
He was altogether out of the race,
but he kept on running, ns It Is a
good training stunt. Fahy and
Charlie still plugged along, and the
latter would every now and again
do a sprint and try and draw tho
other runners out.
TWENTY-nVE MILES. '
Tsuknmoto brought the crowd to
its feet with a yell by sprinting
cut and tmang the lead for a short
distance, but the Old Horse accepted
the challenge and quickly headed
,he Japanese runner once more. At
25 miles 2 laps Kaoo led by a yard.
nn(I. half way round "the third lap.
,1'Ut up aflnely sustained sprint that
Tsukamoto Just as gsmely responded
When tho last lap wn entered on
the excitement was Intense, 'and It
was easy to Bee that the finish 'was
going to be a heartbreaking one,
nnd that the ten mile race at the
Athletic Park was going to be dupli
cated as far ns the last few secouus
Uoth Kaoo and Tsukamoto dashed
off on the last round of their long
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- freh for quarUr m- run The
puce they got up was tremendous,
und neck and neck they raced
around the Inst 352 yards.
Half the lap was covered by the
flying peds and there wa not a
yard between them. The spectators
simply went wild with excitement,
und the roar of voices must have
been heard miles away,- When the
last corner was turned for home the
supremo test came,' and well did
both men respond to the, call,
Kaoo, although seomtngly running
at top speed, hud a little left In re
serve, and, with a supreme effort,
gathered himself together, and with
one final dash got clear of the Hllo
man, and, finishing strong, won by
Then the scene that followed will
not be easily forgotten, and the
cheers for both Kaoo und Tsukamoto
tore the ntmosphere Into chunks.
Jackson, who had some distance to
go, kept on the track, and when he
llnlshed tho full dlstanpo the race
was called off.
The officials for the day besides
tho Judges were as follows: Scorer,
Wlll'restlgo; lap taker, II. C, rtel
liockpt. Htntter, George' Turner; an
TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENINO, NOVEMBER 9.
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The management wish, through
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that, the same men will take a hund
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The Hawaiian band was on hand
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Tho Sunlights are now leading In
the Ctpldsmlth Leaguo and they at
tained''' that proud position by defeat
In gtho C. A. A. nine yesterday by a
score of'7 to S. In a second gamo tho
Walleles defeated the Beats by C to 0.
Tho standing of the Iaguo Is as fol
lows: P. W. Pet
Sunlight g r .714
C. A. A. C 4 .cca
Seals c 4 .OCd
Wallelo , 7 2 ,258
Kukul c 1 .ICG
Antono Kaoo recedes for IiIh sharo
of tho prise money In yesterdays
Marathon, $187.35, Tho gross tuklugs
at tho leaguq grounds amounted to
$774.50, and that must bo considered
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for tho Camp Perry 1910 rlllo team,
has done some fine work on tho local
range lately. Ho made 4G at 100
yards, 44 at 300 jards, and 43 at 500
jards on Nooml)er 6.
Tbo Palama baseball nlno won tho
Indoor gamo against thu Kallhls by a
score of 15 to 10. Tho hall was
racked with a gtout bunch of raus und
tho evening was much cnJoed by everyone.
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