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M. A, A. TRACK MEET
NATIONAL GUARD BOYS WIN EVERYTHING EXCEPT HAMMER
THROW RICE AND McCANDLESS ARE THE STAR PERFORM
ERSCAREY TAKES BOTH HALF AND QUARTER.MILE.
N. O. H. 86 polnti: 12 firsts. 8 tceonda, 2 thlrdi.
Fifth Cavalry 17 polnti! .1 flrtt, 3 seconds, 3 thirds.
Twentieth Infantry 15 points: 3 seconds, 6 third.
Marines B points: 1 first and 3 thirds.
McCnndleai. N. (1. II., 24; 3 flibt
firsts and 1 second. Kn Sue. N. O. It., lfi; 1 first, 3 seconds uihI I tlilnl.
Carey, N. O. H., in; 2 drum Williams, N. 0. II., 3; O'Siilllftin, N. (1. h., r;
I'LtiTson, Twentieth Infantry, 4; llmlcr. N. (1. II.; 4; Kolcr. Fifth C.inlr).
.1; lliccn, Fifth Cnvulr), .1; l.lcutcmnt Chilton, Twentieth Infunlry, 3; Mc
Donald, l'lrtli Cavalry, 2; Connor, U. 8. M. C, 14; Sorcnuoii. Twentieth
Infantry, I; Hccrl), Fifth Cawilrj 1; Rowhnd. Twentieth Infantr), I;
Hoots, U, 8. M. C, I; Kccshnn U. 9. M. C, 1V4. And nine iIiiIr tnailo In
It must have been n cmlou sight Hrluterc left the in.uk ns one mini
for strangers In our inldBt to boo uo)B, and for the flrnt flftv jardu there wns
Iiorn nnd lircd In llienc Hcnd tmpleal
Island. dtfentliiK men born In a cold
er clinic, In cerj branch of Hporttt on
The Mllltnij track meet at the
l.cii;ue ki'ihihIh simply once moro
inoved that our hon can hold their
o;i with nny ntliletca, either lieio or
on the ninlnlnnd.
Hawaii hnB Bent IndB to the main
land bcIiooIb, colleRCB nnd unhcrBltlcB
uiul In nil cases hao they made Rood
In nthlctlrn as well nu study.
And now, on our own soil, our Iidjh
lme once moro shown what they enn
dp In the different branches of ath
letics. In tlio .niltnry Association spoiti.
nuetlnR the National Ounrd of Hawaii
representatives slmpl won nearl) ev
er) thltiR In sight.
With the exception of the tiiRof-wnr
In which they did not compete, anil
tho throwing the. hammer ecnt. In
which McCnndlisB, who had ulread)
cmiiK.teil in a nozi-n events, ran sec
ond, tho Oiiards took all first prizes.
In McCandlesR, Rice Kn Sue, Carey.
WllllaniB and O'Sulllvnn, Hawaii has
u bunch of athletes wo tnuy well bo
protiml of. Add Antone Kaoo to the
team and wo hnu a team thai would
n.ako most cities of ten times our
tlzo look to JtH laurels.
Tho track meet was a iorfpct biic
cess In every w,ny, and tno niatuiRe
ment could not have been better, Notiv
Iiir but tho cleanest kind of sport was
to be seen and although there was a
lumpliiR nffnlr In tho quarter mile
ri n, It was purely accldentnl, and duo
to tho circular track being so small.
Thoro was a largo attendance of
military pcoplo und n fair smattering
or civilians. The greatest Interest
was taken in tho events and at times
tho excitement ran high. The Ha
wallan band plned some excellent
selections during tho afternoon, und
tho music was much appreciated.
Tho opening' event was the CO) arils
Cash, and It wns run In three heats.
McDontld won the first heat from
Treuer; tlnje G 4'r sees. The second
htat went to Rico, who won easily
from Rrtcii; time 6 seconds. The
third hoat was won on sufferance by
McOorkln, with En Sue, pulling up,
Tho Anal wag n fine race bitween
Itleo, En Silo and McDonald, and the)
finished In that order; time. 5 3 5 sec
Rice has the makings of a world's
champion It taken In hand b) some,
one, nnd shown a thing or two about
Letting tho best out of himself.
In the high Jump, McCandliss did
excellent work and won tho event by
clearing E feet 6 3 4 Inches. Ills near
est competitor, Foley, got ovor 5 feet
4 Inches. Kceshuw nnd Connor tied
for third ptneo.
Tho tiirfof-war resulted In nn ens)
wffi for tho Murines wlio.ln quick tlmo,
defeated tho Twentieth Infantry und
tho Fifth Cavalry.
Then tho half mile, camo up for dis
cussion, and a dozon runners faced the
startor. Nelson, the well known Mar
ino boxer and footballer, dashed off
when tho pistol went, but had run
LimsolC blind ut tho 500 )ards ost.
Ctt,r9y, who had been running well
within himself, then took tho lead,
und going along alono, won in a trot
with Peterson and Korcnpon second
and third; time 2 mlns. 18 1-4 sees.
Tlfo lOO-jardg dash brought out a
dandy, field, und It, like tho 50 yards
nffnlr, was run In threo heats
The first heat went to Rice, who
won by nvo yards from Chilton In tho
slow time of Jl seconds, Tho second
1 cot, which was run In the same time,
wns won by Hn Sue with McCall, who
ran gumely, second.
McDonald beat Splcer In the thlid
l.ont by flvo )urds; time 10 3 4 sees
Tho final was u grand ruco and sL
mon toed the scratch. Rice had the
Insldo funning, nnd Hii Sue v'ns on
liter extroiufttbfilsldooa " I
At tho cnlck of'jho pistol the six
and .1 seconds. nicc,IN, (I, ll 21; 4
t.nt six inches between the hunch.
Then Rico got going properl) nnd
with i:n Sue, forged slightly ahead.
It was a pretty race up till the elvh
ty-).ird mark wns passed, when Rice
made his final effort, which landed him
oxer the lino four )krds ahead of Kn
Sue, who defeated McDonald li two
Tlic ofllclal time ghen was III 1-C
teconds nnd. If correct, Is wondcrfu
for n henvj grass track. Rice won km
rnslt), and b) such n big margin Unit
It seems that If pushed, he could, on n
cinder track, get well Inside eicntimc
for the distance.
As It Is Rico ran two nrd outside
cenH oi. it rough track and won by
four ) nrds! Rico could make nil kinds
of money ns a sprln cr In Australia or
Aftor tho 10(V)Hrls race was fin
Ished. the throwing ho ImfcIihII evem
camo up and Wlllli ms. who threw
bnll right to the benrhes nt tho foot
ol.tho grandstnVd.' won by a blgmnr
gin. Ills throw wns 38S feet 9 Inches,
and Itutlcr, who landed'' tho sphere
348 feet 6 Inches, was second.
Kn Sue defeated all comers In the
standing broad Jump, and ho set the
figure ut 9 leet 8 1-2 Inches. Rlcu
did 9 feet 7 Inches, nnd Connor cleared
9 feet 4 3 4 Inchcil.
Tho 120 yards Hurdle race created
n lot of nxctlcmcnt.1 and tho thrco
nuallf)lng heats were well contested
l-otn Won. the first heal from Fole)
who was, however, disqualified foi
Jumping tho wrong hurdle. MeCnnd
less took tho second heat from Row
land, nndjthc. third hent went to Con
nor, who won from McCarthy. '
Tho final was n gient rnco for se-
ond place between I.aughmlller and
Rowland, nnd the former managed in
get second to McCundlcss, who w.n
in 19 3-5 seconds.
Tho running broad Jump br.iught out
n. big band of men and grept Interest
was taken In the event.
After most of the other nun had
cleared anything from 16 to li feet,
McCandless exerted himself nnd
Jumped 18 feet 1 lynches. That wan
too good for all the rest, ane11 En Sue,
who managed to do 17 feet, took sec
ond place; Laughmlllor was third.
Tho 4 40-) nrds run was nn eou thing
for Carey, who led from tho start tu
nnlsh nnd won as ho liked from rireen
with Peterson third. Wsodruff
bumped nrcen by accident and was
Tho qunrtor-mllo was carved out In
) i d seconds and tho winner, Care)
could huvo Improved n lot on the fig.
Notcstlno, of tho Fifth Cavalry, won
tho hammer throw, tho ball and chum
landing 90 feet 7 Incheg away from
tho clrcln, McCandless got second
placo and Roots hlrd.
Tho shot-put went to O'Sulllvnn
who tossed tho aphoro 3(1 feet 6 I 2
Inches. In a try for a record after
tho event wob won. O'Sulllvan throw
tho shot 36 feet 8 1-2 .Inchos. Mc
Candless got second with 34 feet 0 1-1
Inches, and Ilutlcr third with 33 feet
10 1-2 Inches.
Rico again showed a tasto of his
quality by winning tho final of tho
220 urds hurdles In 33 seconds flat.
Tho preliminary heats weie won by
Rico, I.aughmlller und McCundlcss. In
the dual McCundlcss rnu second
nnd I.aughmllicr third.
The 220-yards ruco was as pretty a
one us could bo seen anywhero ahd,
although Rlcu romped homo In 27 sec
onds, Chilton ran a great race, and
managed to beat Kn 8uo for second
Tho full icbuUs and officials of tho
llllili Jump McCundlCBS, N, a. II.;
Foley, Fifth Cuulry; Keeshun nnd
Connor, U. S. M. C, tied for third
placo. Heltht, 5 it., 5 3-4 Ins.
lift) -yard Dash Rico. N O. II ; Kn
Sue, N. O, H ; McDonald. Fifth Cu.
n(ry. Tlmo.JS 3-5 seconds.
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terson, Twentieth lufntitr),; Sore axon
Twentieth Infantr). Time, 2 mlns.
18 l'l sees.
llnseball Throwing Williams. N. O
II. 385 rt. 9 Ins.; Ilutlcr, N. (1. II.. 318
ft. 6 Ins.; Ilevcrl), Plftj Cnnlr, 315
ft. 7 Ins.
Hundred-) aril Dash Rice. N. (1. II ;
Kn Sue, N. (1. II.; McDonald, FlUh
Cavalry. Time, 10 1-5 seconds.
Standing llroud Juni Kn Sue, N. 0
II.; Rice, N. O. l!.; Connor, II. S. M.
C. Distance 9 ft. 8Vi Ins.
' Running llond Jump .McCiiihIIcsh
N. O. II.; Ku Sue, N. (1. II.; Laugh
miller, Twentieth InfnMr,v. Distance
18 rt. 11 1-2 ins.
Quarter mile Run Cure) N. 0. II ;
Ilrecn, Mfth Cavalr) ; Peterson, Tw en
tloth Infantry. Time, 51 seconds.
120-ynnls lliirdltH McCandless, N
O. H.i Lnughmlllcr, Twentieth In
rnntry; Rowland. Twentieth Infantr)
Tlmo 19 3-5 seconds.
Throwing, tho Hammer Nolesllnn
Flfh Cavalr); McCandless. N. (1. II.;
Roots, U. 8. M. C. Distance, 90 fl
Shot Put O'Sullhan. N. (1 11.; ;n;
ft. 6 1-4 Ins.; McCandless. N. (1. II ;
31 ft. 1-4 In.; Uutler, N. O. II ; 33 ft,
HI 1-2 Ins.
, -JSO-yunl! Ilnnllcrt- rtlr-. N, (J. Jl..
McCandless, N. O. H.j Lnughmlllcr.
Twentieth Infantry. Tlmo 31 seconds.
220)nrd Run Rico. N. 0. H.; Lieu
tenant Chilton, Twentieth Infantry; Kn
biic. N. tl. li. Time. 27 secomls.
Officials: Dr. B II. Hand, referee;
Colonel Jones, N. O. II.; Major Wad
lnnis, Twentieth Infantry; Captain
Ramsey, U. 8. M. C; Lieutenant
James, llflh Cuvnlry, Judges; Llcntnii-
ont Sheridan, stnrter: Lester Petrlo
P. M. Mc.Muhon nnd II. Clark, timers:
John Mnrcalllno. announcer: lirrln
Andrews, clcrkmf the course.
There are now now davclopmcnls
In tho boxing lino nnd Retlty linn de
termined to return to tho Const on
the Hllonlaii, which sails tomorrow
Cullcn Is going to Australia on tho
Makura, and then thcro will bo a
dearth of lightweight boxers In this
The Lcllehun bo)g nre getting up a
boxing tournament which will ho held
out at Schofleld Ilariaoks. A fine bnll
has been erected and nil sorts of en
tertainments are planned for tho fu
ture;-moving pictures will be one of
tho attractions provided for tho ho)h
of tho Fighting Fifth and trnvelln
vuudovllle stars will also bo outraged
to perforin at the Cavalr) imjsI.
Resides tho wren rnco )cMeid.i
thero there wds a mixed ecnt In
which wrcnB and Pearls competed
Tho wrens won out In great style, and
the winner was well handled by Stono.
Thero will he un Indoor baseball
game at the I'alamn gymnasium this
evening between the Young Men's
Lcagno and tho Kallht-I'ulamu Clubs
play will start nt 7:30.
Tho Shoe and Dry (loods baseball
nlno defcatod tho IUco Planters by a
bcoro of 10 to 7 In a gama that wan
pla)cd ut Kaplolani I'nrk yesterduy.
Interest In the Kulakaun acnue
walking raco Is Increasing dally, and
quite a number of men huvo announced
their Intention of competing In tho
evont. Anlono Kaoo, tho well known
Marathon runner, has decided tn have
a try ut tho wnlkan: gamo and may
surpilso oNcrybody by winning the
Long mid McUiughlln. tho Califor
nia tennis plajers, who woro defeated
by Drooks and Wilding for tho Davis
cup on Friday last, wlirbo returning
to their home next month. It Is
planned to huvo them play another
match against Gee and Hoth on the
Tho Boa wren sailing raco jestorday
was won by tho Galloping Mary, with
Wlldcr's wren second. Tho Dancing
Sally was third In tho nice nnd tho
Roaring Gimlet did not finish. Tho
laco wus un Interesting ono and a
laige number of pcoplo watched the
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