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Oahu and Big
League May Play
There seems lo be a chance of the
much talked of championship base-
half gome between the St. Louis anil
J. A. C. teams coming off In the
near future. It appears that the
Japnuese nine did not want' to play
too Roon as no less than three' of
their team are Injured and unable
Ksplnda has done so much work
lately that his arm Is swollen nnd
sore, and he, finds It pnlnful to try
!nd. pitch at all. Under no consid
eration would the manager of the J.
A. C.b allow his nine to step onto the
diamond unless he had' two pitchers
en the team.
Then the first baseman U suffering
from a swollen wrist, and the Jar of
taking the ball has caused a lump
lo appear on the back of his hand.
Taking It all around, the J. A. C.s
have been up against It as far as
putting their best team In the field
Is concerned, and none can blame
them for holding back till things
looked a little better for them.
Although thtM. A. C.s hardly ex
pect to win against the Saints,' they
feel sure that they will make the
other bunch extend themselves.
That Is what the public want td
nee, and the crowd that will roll up
at the Athletic Park to watch the
game should be n record one.
There will be a meeting of the J.
A. C. In C- F. Clillllngworth's offlco
at 7 o'clock on Friday night, and the
whole matter will be taken up and
discussed from every standpoint.
'There Is no doubt that either tlie
J. A. C. team alone, or a picked nine
from the Oahu League, would put up
a star game of ball, and one thut
would please all the fans, and they
after all are the people who put up
the money to pay the players.
Get together, boys, and let us
have one final good exhibition of
basebal) Just to prove that,, the
bunch of you can play decent' ball,
and that you are not all in, as has
been remarked about the .Juniors.
u a a
lllddell, the Australian life saving
expert, who Is returning .to the Com
monwealth" on the Makura, will give
a final demonstration of his skill In
the water at Walk mi this afternoon
at 4:30 o'clock. Mr. lllddell will
show how to work in the g'urf and
how to resusclate the apparently
V"For Rent" cards on salt at
h Bulletin ntflno
i Steeplechase Is
The Best Ever
I Anyone .who wnntH a reol sporty
t li r 1 1 1 that' will remind him or her
0f a branch of sport that Is missing
n tle8e islands had better drop Into
the Empire Theater arid nee a real
The picture shown Is a marvelous
one, and at least half a doten ma
chines must have been stationed at
different points on the course In or
der to get the fllmsjthat are thrown
on the screen.
The start of the race is shown,
and u big field of fine looking horses
face the starter.. Then the first
Jump a stone wall looms up,
and the way the horses take the ob
stacle Is a treat. One "double" has
to be negotiated, and It Is there
that several nasty falls occur. The
horses are seen falling" and the
Jockeys rolling over and over In an
attempt to escape being trampled on
by the rest of the Held.
One unfortunate Jockey is strick
en by the flying hoofs and remains
very still on the ground for some
time. In another part of the race a
tery ugly Jump has to be taken, and
several of tho horses topple over at
It: one noor horse has his hind leg
badly Injured and has to be led off
People who see the til in cannot
help oxclalmlng "Oh" as tho horses
race at the Jumps, and anyone who
has ever seen u real steeplechase
will certainly be delighted to feel
the same old sensation coming over
them as the horses, line up for the
start of what turns out to be the
moat. exciting race for "teapers" that
has been run for years.
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Wall Cup -Efitries
? Close Friday
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Entries for the Wall cup tennis
tournament close on Friday after
noon next at 5 o'clock, .and as six
teen men have already 'put their
l.ames down, it would seem that a
big entry list Is assured'.
Play in the .tournament will prob
ably start on Saturday afternoon,
nnd as quite a number oi the play
ers are In tip top form, 'some dashing
tennis should be" seen before the
winner Is called upoh to challenge
K. S. Gee for the possession of the
Gee. Is prn'ctlclng hard and Is
leaving no stone unturned in his ef
forts to get really fit by the time
Long and McLaughlin pass through
Honolulu on their way to the coast.
Koth Is in good form now, and
llockus, who lately returned from
I he mainland, is getting back Into
his old-time condition. Tennis is
going to boom some now, and. tho
appearance of the California repre
tentntlve players on the local courts
will be looked forward to with the
Long und Mclaughlin did not
;how anything like the form ex
pected of them when they played
Oee and Roth, and now that they
have run Urookes and Wilding bo
close It would Beem that they have
Improved a lot.
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All Is In Order
For Walking Race
Everything Is going along In fine
shape for the one really amateur
event of theVar, viz., the Kalakaua
avenue walking race. . The arrange
ments nre all complete, and there
are prlies galore.
The elimination race will take
place on Sunday next, and all those
walkers who manage, to ccver the
course -- from the Junction of King
street and Kalakaua avenue to the
Walklkl Inn In nineteen minutes
will be allowed to start in' Che race
proper, which will take place' On the
following Sunday.' I
I So as to encourage walkers to do
their best In the elimination race,
prices are awarded for the placed
men In that1 event.
llesldes the big race on Sunday,
Dec. 19, there will be two other
events, one for the momona brigade,
und the other for the veterans. All
these races promise to be really good
ones, and the big crowd that Is ex
pected to congregate along' the ave
nue should have a great time of it
trying, to pick the winner,
All (he officials have not yet heeu
iamed, but there will be no diffi
culty In gutting plenty of good men
for tho purpose of timing, etc. No
posit entries will bn received, und
thut is as It should be; there was
plenty of time for everyone to en
lor..wha cared lo do so, and now
Jrthut the list Is closed' it means wait-
' Starts Saturday
On Saturday next at the league
grounds the soccer season will start
up In earnest, and two fine games
will be played. The first match will
be the Punahnus up against the
Ther.i Is so little sport' going on
now-n-days that the fans all feel
lost on Saturday afternoons nnd
Sundays. The bateball Is pau for- a
while unless the much talked of
series between the St. Louis and J.
A. C.s takes place.
There Is nothing doing In polo
tennis, cricket, or anything else ex
cept the walking race on Sundny,
und the soccer games on Saturday.
Consequently there should bn a
good sized crowd out at the league
grounds to see the start of the sea
son and two promising games Into
the Jinrgnln. , '
According to all accounts and
Judging hy- the work the men are
doing on the practice field, all four
teams are In the best of condition,
and It Is hard to predict which will
win out In otho series.
The Malles generally turn out a
good team, and they will not be
backward In that respect this sea
son. The Honolulu Iron Works team
If. not well known, but one or two of
their men are as good as there nre
In this city,
The younger players, as represent
ed by the High School, can be de
pended on t6 play good soccer, and
their Initial game against the Puns
wilt be watched with Interest. The
Punahnus number sceveral young
sters In their ranks, and they, like
the High School boys, should put a
lot of vim and go Into the games.
11 Is hoped that soccer, which Is
a Una game when properly played,
will catch on here, and that the
coming series will be marked by
good exhibitions of the science of
playing football without any hand
Thero does not seem to be any
chance of Kug!;y catching on here
nmong the growa-up rcliows, anu
the only hope tor the game Is to in
terest the schoolboys. In the proposi
tion. Within the next few month
a Rugby football team Is going to
California from Australia, and
"Mother" Howe, who coached the
University of California last season,
will probably be In charge of the
Kangaroos. What a pity we won't
have a team to have a game with
them, as our men could, learn so
much about the game from the An
tipodean. " ' ' "'-J''' ''-
Regular International football
matches are sure to be played be
tween the Australians and Ameri
cans, and the sooner the batter, for
it .Is through sport' that the two
great countries begin to know one
another well, and a lot of misunder
standings will be cleared up.
Tho schedule of games tor the
coming soccer season Is as follows:
Dec. 11 Malles vs. Honolulu Iron
Works. I'unahou vs. High School.
Dec. 18 High School vs. Malles.
tllvt. QMtnnl 'va 'Mnlloa '
I'unahou vs. Honolulu Iron Works.
Dec. 25 Honolulu Iron Works vs.
High School. Ponahou vs. Malles,
Jan. 1-Illgh School vs. Punnhou.
nuuuiuiu iropvworKi vs. muiien.
Jan. 8 Honolulu ,Iron Works vs.
I'unahou. Malles vs. High School.
Jan. 15 Malles vs. Punahou.
High School vs. Honolulu Iron
Ing till next year for a .chance to
compete In the favorite event.
The race oh Sunday next will
start at 1:30 o'clock, and then there
will be a rush along Kalaukau ave-'
nue tb the Inn, where, unfortunate
ly, only Iced water can be obtained
However, a good swim and1 a fresh
water shower will fix up all the con-1
testants, and then tho prospects or
tho final race can be discussed from
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