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No Judges For
Jack Johnson Is not going to get
Ills wny as regards having two Judg
es besides n refereo In the coming
big fight. He spoke too .late, and
after he did not mention the matter
until After the articles were signed,
there Is no chanco of the suggested
Innovation being made.
Johnson wanted one of the judges
li be a. colored mnn nnd the other
n white man. He did not express a
wish that a mulatto should be ref
eree, but to finish .things oft prop
trly, that would have been the dope.
Then, as V. V. Naughton remarked
In the Examiner, "The whole show
would be black and white , right
However, there will be no de
parture from the regular way of do
ing things, and a referee alone will
have charge of the fight of centur
ies. It Is not known at present who
will hold' the responsible job of ref
eree, but a good man will be sure to
be. secured, .
Jim Joffrles Is said to have
dreamed a little while back that he
polished off Johnson In short order.
According 'to the dream, it was a '
left hand hook to the jaw that put
Full Entry List
For Hjlo Events
Everything Is now, reajy for the
great Illto celebration of the New
Year. Those who have had the mut
ter in charge have been working
quietly, but none- thq less efficiently
land as a consequence lllto can now
present a program of events for New
I Year's Day which will be all Htmt any
1 one could deslde
The entries for tho most Important
events on tho horse racing program
closed last Saturday 'night, and n very
satisfactory list of entries' Was ob
tained, as will be seen below.
Tho officials who fl liavo charge
of the races will be oh fallows;
Judges: It. J, l.ymhn, A. M, Wilson
and Dr. A. Irwin,
Timekeeper: J. D.' Kennedy.
Htarter:. W. H.'C. Campbell.
Clerk of Haddock:' Joe de Mellow.
Clerk of Course: C. II. I.yman.
Bxccutlvo Committee:' J. D. Kas
ton. It. T. Moses, K. N, Dejo, K. F.
Nichols and II. Vicars.
Koi the first race, a three-quarter
mile race, with a pijrse of $100, tht
l-lltue urv , iuiiifwh, j, i iai iiib.
blno body, yellow sle'oves. J. T, Molr:
Pocahontas, 120 lbs., Scotch plaid, C.
The second race, over a one and n
quarter mile course1; for a $2000 purse
will t)u the event of the day. Tho en
tries nro as follow: Webber, 121 lbs.,
Scutch plaid, C. Mcfannan; Majoi
Collier. 121 lbs., b,lue jacket, whlu
cap, Kiikulnit itnuch. ,.
TI.e third 'event ls a half-mile Jap
auesu race, purse S2f, Three to en
tor, two tosturt. So entrance fee,
Post entries. All of pursi) to the
Kr the fourth 'event? a three-quarter
mile race forllawullnnbreil maid'
ens, purso $250, the following entries
have been received; Young Ham, Ku
lbs., blue jackot, Kuknluu Hanch; Gen
oviute, 103 lbs., white sleeves and
I sash, 'Ct K WrightriiVlncci- Marlon
,119 lbs., blue with hur-ieshocit, John
O'Hourke; - Princess Anio, 103 lbs.,
blue. It. Horner.
The fifth ruco will be a, tuna race
the negro to sleep. Jeff was
, iiun. ciiuicn, m, tru, iiri u iiuihv u.
de- flfi Th fntrtiu mint ho flMil iilnh.
lighted when he nwoko and said that mtloii lunas und horses ridden by the
he was pleased 'that It was his left owners. , , .
mitt thnt did the trick, because , y.ir the Hl.tli uvent. a tliree-o,iiarter
mm was mi) nanu ne always man
aged to score with.
mllu free fur nil. lor a SoOO iiiir6. Ihu
following 'uru the-oniric: Webber,
"" 1 120 IbB., Scotch plaid, C. McLennan;
James Stlllman, the banker, has gtv, Pocahontas. 120 lbs., Scotch plain, C.
en $10,000 to a New York Catholic McLonmin; Mujor Collier, 120 lb?.,
church, the Income of tho fund to bo blue and whlto Cup, Kiikalau Hunch:
UBed for buying Christmas presents J. T., 120 lbs., black body, yellow
or pour ciiiiuren or mo parisii.
Pennle who are
VVj- , . -.- - peranec
who use the most intemperate language.
recently written by one of these, "Harper's Weekly," the great
American newspaper, replied as follows:
"Harper's Weekly is by no means as much opposed to beer at you
are. It believes that pure beer, properly made and aged, is a much, less
hurtful beverage for the common run of people than spirits of any kind.
We think of beer as an article of diet; you seem to think of it only as an
article of riot. Of course it is more dangerous than bread or cheese, or
even than meat, but it is not the horror that you think it is. We have
known, intimately, persons who drank a little beer at times, who did not
seem to be useless. We do not recommend beer as a beverage to any
body. The doctors do, sometimes; that is their office, not ours. But we
think that for the common run of p?ople who"are not abstainers a little
beer is a safer drink than a little whiskey, and a great deal of beer
somewhat less dangerous and destructive than a great deal of whiskey.
We have always favored the army canteen where beer and light wines
were sold in limited quantities as being far less destructive than the bad
drinks that soldiers have been getting in bad places, since people who
feel as you do got the canteen closed. The results of that aetion has
been to give our army the worst hospital record of any civillifd army in
the world. Editor,"
While the views of the editor of " HarperWeekly
entirely our own they undoubtedly represent'thcisane
temperance man. ,
When it comes to good beer there is strength and health
in every drop and not a bit of harm in a barrel. The beer to
drink in Hawaii is
MJjJ MjMm.w ZKluZ-ZZ
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To cSuit The ChmeJe
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slcues, J. T, Molr.
1 After this follows (ho cowboy raco
post entries, no feu, for a $16 purse,
I The following have entered for (lib
eighth race, for Hawaiian bred, free-for-ull,
over a Ihiev-quarler mile
course, for a $250 purse: Young Sam
120 lbs., blue, Kukullau Ranch; Major
CoMlcr, 120 lbs., blue, Kukalau Ranch;
Genevlevo, 120 lbs., white (coves und
sash, C. ,B. Wright; Princess Marlon,
120 lbs., blue with horseshoes, John
O'Hourke. ' T
The last event will lie a- broncho
busting contest. In which, horses must
be ridden which have, never been rid
den or exhibited before.
The athletic event will start at 10
a. in., and will be Intarsirscd among
thosi of tho rest, of thu program, ami
will Include the following! Throwing
the hammer, 17 lbs.; putting the shot
14 lbs.; throwing the weight, 32 lbs.;
100 yards dash; hop, skip and leap,
long jump, high Jump, polo vault and
a mile race. Thu prizes for the abovo
will bu: First prlzo, $5; second prize,
$2.50, and I bird price, takes the ,en
trancu money of 25 cents for each
uvent. Post entries,
Good Tennis On
Y. M. C. A. Courts
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' Yesterday afternoon on the T. M.
C. A. courts the tennis tournament
was advanced another step and ev-'
eral of the second round matches
were played off. Thew'eatber was
threatening ull the -afternoon, and
ut 2 o'clock Secretary Mrlmer and
some assistants had. to sweep the
wuter from the courtiiY' '
, However, the raln'beld off, a little,
and except for a slight sprinkle the
afternoon was fine euough, and
some good tenuis was played.
I The first match was between Lar
imer und StevcmiotiainUUhe former
had no trouble In winning the first
ret, 6-0, hurline? was "very sure,
and played a uteudj- gumo. The sec
ond bet was much bVtter,and, al
tb'uugh Larimer again won, 6-3,
every point was fought out and every
gumu run to ileum anil vantage sev
On the second court another hard
"' '" "' i.!',llU1t wa" !"I"B 1. "'d "" In-
" gulls und'Curdmi Kli6wiid''floue,'rinl-
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play three sets before the match was
decided, nnd In all thirty-four
games were played before the con
test was ended.
The first set was a long drawn out
one, and It took eighteen games to
end It. Carden took the set, 10-8,
nnd It was a case of give' and take
right through tho lengthy struggle.
Ingalls was not to be denied, how
ever, and he managed to capture the
second set, . The class 6f play
put up by both men was very good
In both sets, and with a set iplece
It became necessary to play a third.
The light was failing and. It was
hard to see the ball, still the men
kept plugging nlong. ,
Garden was not to be denied, and
f.e forged ahead from the start of
the tlilrVl set, and, making every
game a winning post, took the set.
C-0. The bad light seemed to In
terfere with Ingall's play, and it
might have been better If tho third
set had been postponed until today.
This afternoon Tracy will play
one of the Livingstone brothers,
and I.ouis will meet the winner of
the (laldy-Franks match. The win
ner of tho latter match will have to
play Kd Carden In the semi-finals
on Friday, and the winner will bump
up ngalnst Larimer, The tourna
ment will be finished on New Ytnr'i
Day, and It looks ns If Carden and
Larimer will fight It out for first
Game On SuncLy
On Sunday next the much talked
of inter-league baseball series will
start up at the Athletic Parkland
the Diamond Heads and J. A. C,s
will strive with, one another for the
Everything points to a very suc
cessful short -season, and the fans
who have hadno bajl for somo
weeks now will roll-up to, the. park,
te'ady to root In style foT-tneiF fav
orlto team. T,he baseball fan Is al
ways on the job, ami' It , matter not
to him who Is playing as long as
he can give vent to his feelings In
the. same old noisy way.
The Diamond Heads are practic
ing hard every afternoon, and they
Are getting Into excellent sh-ipe.
Hob Leslie will do the twirling for
the Jewels, and Win tie will do Uia
catching. That makes a strong
combination nnd one that will make
the Japanese Athletlcj sit up and
Kd Fernandez will, of course, hold
down nrst, and he Is the right man
In the right place. He will also
captuln the team, nnd his long head
will do a lot toward returning the
'Jewels as the winners of the serlps.
I--silnda and Olbson will be the
pitchers for the J. A. C.s, and they
make a great pair, lloth the slab
artlBts are capable of really good
work, land If they are changed at the
right times during the gnmes, the
Diamond Heads will be up against
u hard proposition.
The J. A. C.s are doing some hard
work down at the Athktlc Park,
und every afternoon thoy may bo
teen, practicing. Judging. iron) the
way they are shaping up, the Jaaties
nine with make things very Interest
ing for the Diamond Heads,'and the
luttcr team will certainly' know
they have been playing bnll before
tho series Is ended. '
llort Uowers will umpire the
games, and he Is so well and favor
ably knowu to the fans that there
Is no need to say anything about
' There will-be iwo games each
Sunday, and the first will be played
by the minor league Bturs. Next
Sunday the Mu Hocks and Asahjs
will open the ball, und ,thd6TBmB
should keep the fans In good hu
mor till the big game starts.
The Athletic Park has been drain
ed of tho water that had accumu
lated, and the ground Is drying up
quickly. Ily Saturday everything
should bo In first-class shape, and If
the rain holdr uff u good time Is as
sured. ' I. '
BHOST SPORTS'.' "l"
Tho IiIkIi Jinks that was rlii.lnt,l
for 'tonight nt Ihu Country Club, lias
been KistMned till soiim future date;,
which will bu uunoiinced lu the papers
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HACTY JACK WALKER'S BUSY
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AT THE HORSE RACE
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