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VBNINO BOUJOTIN,' HONOLULU, T. I! , WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9, 1910.
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Y. M. C. A. Tournament Wat Start
ed Lait Night MeGuire De
feats Barnhart by 45 to 31.
Iondon OI)mplc Games Hayes
won. Doramlo finished first, but was
disqualified for being assisted by the
Madison Squaro Garden, Now York
Match race. Dorando won.
Polo OroundB, NowYork Marathon
riprhv. flt Yinfi flrit' Tlnrantln sup. i...... i I... 4 1.1. ..... I.,.-..... ...
ond; Hayes, third.- 'ZTZtZ& 1 wXe Sdl.'.? "S.
.ItecrCatlon Park, San Francisco from ,no ground, and Dorando's nro- a, wh,re the B0,dlers nre conKre'
Match race, Dorando, llrst, Hnyoij testations soon oeascd when he saw
second. 1 that t wa, fUt- t0 attempt to curb
vurunuo i-iuiri sausneu n crowu ui , 1 11 e 1 1 exhibition of Joy
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GREAT MARATHON RACE BETWEEN TWO OLD RIVALS ENDS IN
ITALIAN WINNING BY FORTY YARDS-XDtE, 2 HOURS, 41
MINUTES AND 35 SECONDS. '
GREAT BOOM IN
MARINES CHALLENGE ANY
CITY OR COUNTY TEAM
breasted the tope forty yards ahead.
Hayes jogged In while, the winner was
being hoisted onMho shoulders of his
T..e victor did not take Kindly to tho UamU)all cetalnly on the boom
attentions of the! enthusiastic Italians , tns cll nm, bwW the y M
who bore him aloft to his dressing c . toUrn.ments. ,i,fl ,. lot
room. Ho hnd planned to make n , ai i.. n.... r
.. ......... - " -- - - -
The Marines are very keen on the
game, and a challenge hns been re-
10.000 nemiln nt riecrcailon Park ve. wui... . 11, -....i ... ceivea at tne 11 U I I O I I II omce
tcrday that he has too much speed for'gllfr,r from their strenuous exertions. 'rom .Ij.8"" , Mar n!lnm" ?th
Johnny, Hayes. Tho Italian runner, There waa not aislgn of collapse dur- ?IT?J, ,ill .1 El !
won the match race over tho full Mar-.' ng tho race, anil those who figured ony handball team ln ,the city, and
athon distance of 20 miles and 385 ,nttt tho completion of the long race nny" crnoon T evening would be
yards from his rhal by forty yards would find only one nnuTon tho track, convenient for tho Camp Very boys
and finished apparently full of'rur- ere far from tho mark. Dorando l0 ,IBJr; , , .
nln?. Hayes could not raise a gallop wag give moro atton.tlon during tho' Any handba I players who care to,
when tho final, spflnt came, and Just running than his opponent, the 'only """"M a match with the Marines
Jogged along to tho finishing line, it thing passed td Hayes being a wctcnn do B0 uy dropping a lino to the
was lack of "foot- nnd not of heart sponge, from which hosucked enough ;"mnner of "V Mrlne. care of Co.
or wind that kept the Irish-American water to rinse-his mouth and Imrncl' Th" wl" ?ot, b ,mnch dlay ln
runner from gIMng his opponent a dlately discarded! , "" maUer- ns ,he half-wets ar anx-
hardor tussle at the end. Dorando's brotlicr had a arlctr of lou'' ,0 how the civilian teams what
Tho time for the race was 2 hours, sponges targeiqnes with which the "l,y cal d0 on B handball court.
41 rainuies ana 3& seconds, wnicncom- rundcr mopped AWifaco and neck and
IIU1VO IUIUIIUIJ .Yllll Ol MCB UIUO
made on tho Polo Grounds In New York i
wncn no dcroaicd all tno ocst juara- mr.lkt. .... i ' I
Ikon runners In the .world ln 2 hours.l tt - rook On vs. James Nott, all to bo
40 minutes and B0 seconds. St. Yves' nrpTrnVP tTrririVia ' 1'laycd today; W. Ulce vs. St. John,
rAiWinl wo, mmla nn n nlv.lnn ionWtr. . . . ' Puliritftrv 10 Rlllff ltlltlCf fl. W.
., PLANNED FOR BOYS aerU, February, 11.
1 " I rittiArHMla AV it. tin.. f hw ta
When the W.umbl. Park Boys re- aXBtaDeh; a II. iDfill. vs!
The Y. M. C.. A. tournament Is alt
smaller one tibm which he secured raned. a"d tl8 toowlnK Is the
watrr to kceii'hl throat and-mouth 0,rawl!,1?! N-'nUrl v- C.r Lewis, V.
moist n-v i ' iVarcalllho vs. M. O. Johnston, and
tf M - fTook On vs. James Nott, all to bo
record was made on a six-lap x track
while jesterday's contest was decided
on a track "which measured ten japs to
Tho excitement attacbed'to theraco '"H1 rroni Wi,r utrallhn trip, they Lau Iong. M. C, Purvis vs. George
nf Run PmnH.rn m ihp rhmntpin. Kvans. G. Pang vs. S. Dunn. The
Tho success wl(h Ihlch Xhoii tour has rule, ofacorlng aro the same as those
. ... . i!ij ... .... In the last match between tho Se-
Your Razor Needs
SHARPENING, AND WE HAVE THE STROPS THAT
WILL PUT A" KEEN EDGE ON IT. MANY KINDS TO SE
LECT FROM, ANY' OF THEM GOOD.
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was all crowded Into 'the last Iwo
minutes. Prom tho start until twenty?
six miles had' been cohered the run
ners kept as close to each other as
It is posslblo for 'two men to run.
Hayes made most of tho pace' andl
Dorando seemed content to let his
rival keep the lead. Hayes ovldently
realised that the Italian was waiting
to outsprlnt him at the finish and he
made many efforts to get away from
his pursuer, but Dorando hung on like
a bulldog and Johnny was. forced to
drop back to his steady-'cTlp. which
looks like a stride that ho could main
taln'Sll day. '
Allows Dorando to Lead.
Occasionally Hayes would step out
from tho Insldo limit of the track and
motion his rival to talto the paco. On
sovcral occasions Dorando accepted
tho Imitation nnd rnn In front of
Hayes for a mllo or two, but In each
of these Instances tho Italian runner
dropped tho pace down so much that
Hayes had to nssume tho load again In
order to kep his opponent goings It
was no part of Johnny's scheme to
allow Dorando to set a slow paco and
reach the final lap In fresh condition.
Ho know that the Italian could outrun
him and that his principal hope of suc
cess lay In his running Dorando to tho
I)ut this ho couldntdo. Fast or
slow as ho set tho pace Dorando was
at his heels and each time that he put
his full strength and speed Into a one
lap dash, tho European led held him
without apparently exerting himself
much, and It was tho case with which
Dorando hold on In tho sprints that
caused many good Judges of -Tunning
to predict hlB victory before the
twentieth mill) had been completed.
Hayes' friends wcro looking to John,
ny to establish a lead that would off.
net tho' Italian's speed at the finish,
and as mile after mile was tallied on
the scoro board and only tho same two
yards Boparated the runners, the hopes
of thoso who wcro backing tho Ameri
Thoro was a period of hopotulness
during the twenty-third and twenty-
fourth miles when Dorando's brother
was kept busy handling wet sponges
and other revivers to the runner,' and
tho onlookers wondered whether tho
Italian was in distress.
The Final Sprint.
It was only tho preparation for tho
Anal run, however. Dorando went
along easily behind Hayes' pace until
tno twcnty-Bixtn nine pad ucon com
pleted and only tho two laps that con-
met will bo Wnlzo,l i by a public or, Md Students. Tho other event
recepuon oniu uoor or mo ner- was won by the Seniority the Very
chants' Exchange. rPep'aratlons for narrow margin of two points. JUls
this are being madeby the leading thought that owinir to the men be-
business men nnd club women-of this lng better matched Individual this
c"y . . time, the 8tudents stand a fine
A meeting to nrrahgo for tHlj affair chance of winning out. ,
was held at the St. Trahcli on Jan. 29.1 'VMt.rriov ihn t,rt mn n ninv.
Tho meeting had a deepor significance.' Bd in it a Senior was victorious
however, as It was one of tha prtliml- Dimhart was defeated, by Mc
nary steps to the establishment of a q by , ,core of 45 t0 3 It wag
fT; .1 . w.m....w .- a g0oa game, and much closer tnan
tho Columbia Parts-Boys' Club, the ob- ,h- .nr. ,,, lnMt, Unmhnrt
jeci 01 wnicn win do to saieguaru tne showed mucn 0,Uer form than In the
nnanccs ami promote mo general; in- 0U8 tournament and ,he
Tho meeting was called by a com
mittee" consisting of James Ilolph Jr.,
representing the Merchants' Exchange; ,,, trowd f enthUla8ts. and every
W. h. Gerst 0. renrcsent ng tho Cham-1 . ,.. . i... -t. ,-
berofCommfrco; Andrew M. Davis. I norg km)w that tn w, have ,
reprcsenlinK the Merc .ants Associa-. ,,, nn better than th fd ,,
r- 7"n :,xorr"n.r. xi. ., w.t-ta wi. .
THREE SCHOOLS TO
MEET ON FIELD
HIGH, KAMS AND PUNS
WILL HITCH UP IN 0AHE3
chanceB of the Students look very
The'matches are being watched by
is no doubt about that.
town Assoclatlbn. Itev. Father D. O
Crowley of the Mission Promotion As
soclntlon, Mrs. K. U Daldwln, Mrs.
John F. Merrill, Mrs. I. N. Walter and
It. D. Hale. Mrs. Daldwln presided.
The following committees wero
Invitations Mrs K. H. Angclo Mrs.
I. N. Walter and A. Katschlnskl; pro
grammeEustace N. Pelxotto, Charles
Martin and Mrs. Slgmund 8tern ways
and means It. B. Hale, James Rolph
rill, Mrs. A. W. Scott Br., Mrs. M. C.i'- "
Sloss and William Ellery; press Mrs. ALONG KALAKAUA AVENUE
K. H. Angelo, Mrs. M. H. de Young. I
Mrs. E. 8. Blmpson and Mrs. D. h, HiglT School, Kami and Puns Will
SCHOOLBOYS TO v
. RUN THKEE MILES
Others who were present at the
meeting wero Mrs. John McN'car and
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SOCCER SMOKER HUGE SUCCESS.
At the smoker which wound up
Compete Fine Finish Expect.
ed Records May Go.
Next Saturday afternoon there
will be a three-mile running race
between the three schools High,
Punahou and Kamehameha. The
event will be pulled off over . the
Strong Teams Selected For All-
School Field Day Many inter
esting Events Are Planned.
On March 10 the All School Track
Meet will tnko place, on Alexander
Field, and some of the most exciting
nnd best stunts ever pulled oft by the
students arc looked forwnrd to.
There will be three preliminary
meets before the great day arrUes.
and by March 19, tho best posslblo
representathes of the different schools
should bo selctcd, and will bo ready
to defend their school binner to tho
end of every ocnt.
On February 2C, the Kama and High
School will meet, and a regular Meld
day will bo brought off. Besides the
sprints, long dlstanco runs, high and
long Jumps, there will bo hammer
throning, shot-putting and all the
events that go to make up a real, day's
Then on March S the Punabotis and
High School will hitch up and nnother
good program of the same soft will be
March 12, one week before the gen
eral field day, will see yet nnother en
gagement fulfilled between the Kams
and Puliation. All the bos are tr lin
ing 'hard for the four track meets and
it is expected lint man) of the exist
ing records for the schoiils will go by
Tho Kams will hae u, fine new
ground before long, and already work
has been started on It, There will be
a baseball diamond, footbsll field nnd
running trqok, within the enclosure
nnd out thing will bo lip to dato and
of tho best Kslblo kind.
Swimming races are being urr.inged
between tho reboots, and. as some of
the smartest Bwlmmers In tfiWonntry,
arc still attending to their lesson,
there should bu somo fine aquatic com
petitions. Mr. Blanchard is, of course, right up
d.o his neck In sports Inst now and Is
Kepi, uusy an ine uruc. uo; is uciik
assisted by Mr. Folsom, who Is look
ing" after tho ban players. -Thtt
Hlich School will turn out a tine
1 eahJ-aind."6n Vape.-,1"ni'J'Ar.Kr6'Jur
bow It could posstblv bo bettered. Itlce,
McCandless, Chllllugworth and Marl
uchl arc stars tint sblno out like Hal
ley'sfcomct, and they wilt take a lot
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MRS. COULTER WILL
PLAY MANY MATCHES
When the news was read In the
Bulletin that Mrs. Coulter was go
ing to the mnlnltnd to play In tho big
tenuis tournaments an a representa
tive of Hawaii, cut) body was glad to
hear that tho local champion was tu
hate a chance to mcasuro rackets with
tho best In the world.
Dr. Hardy, who is making all the nr-
rangcmcntH 011 tho Coast, Is an old-
time chimplon. He and his brother
held the doubles championship for
some years and nt present he is still
p)a)lng a strong game.
It has been decided that Mrs. Coul
ter will go to tho Coast a month or so
before the annual tournament. She)
will play right through the tournament
and ut the flnltU special .matches will
be arranged between the Jlonolulu
champion and tho Misses Hotchklss
and May Sutton. -,
A well known Honolulu tennis pla-
er, A. S. Derby, Is playing good gamcfi
In San Francisco, find Mr. Bockus of
this city says that Derby Is bettor
than ever and that Is going some for
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SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 12, 1910
The Hui Pauahi of Oahu C
MRS. THOS. C. TRUEBL00D, A.-M:
In Her Dramatization of ' J
"Silas Marner," by George
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ih. .or ..n..mi in nmn.. ivi mo course as mo inree-mne race
the Punahous team was presented ' - col,le ' ook hack. The
with the beautiful cup which goes """ ""' uo "."7. ' "
to the victors In ihe series every ," runners will foot It along ,tfa-
iukuuu uveuue sou tving sireei tu
Thomas Square, and then to the fin
ish In front of the High School.
The race promises to b'e one of the
most exciting and best that has
been pulled off for a long time. The
bo j s are all lit active training and
The presentation .was made by J.
II. riddes, the president of the soc
cerMengue, and he made a few Very
complimentary remarks as he handl
ed the trophy oyer.
Although the season is now pau
th.ro i .mi ir f fitiu nhnnt fnn. Borne of them are showing remark
1,1.11 th oi urMho,. inferfrii ably fine form, The prospects are
.hi. .t.. .11 w,i ,.i,,. ; rn'.k ithat the distance will be covered In
pieieu ana oniy mouwo laps mat con- "" l" "'w" " " .w i . ,. . ,. .. ,,
Btltuted tho extra 385 yards wero lcft.iuiat the series was not as success- time and that the record will
In tho middle of tho second to last lap
ho started his sprint, Ho passed
Hayes easily and although the plucky
Irish-American strove to Increase his
speed, ho could not keep closo to Do
rando and, for tho first tlmo In the
race, one of (he men took a decisive
lead. When the pistol sounded tho last
lap Dorando was traveling al n lively
clip and It wsH plainly to bo seen that
to was tn no danger fiom Hajes. as
fni- .. it mi.ht hnvB hnnn. Thn so for a certainty.
ohnni iromoR hi.vn i.n well attend-1 There will be throe boys on each
led by the students, but the adults l". nd I'0"11" "'" he awarded ac-
did not pntroniie the games at tne ,- i"- " "i
i.t,. Brn,in.i n. well h. thev .schools finish in. The .teams have
The smoker was a fine affair, and
n long program of songs and toasts
not been nil selected yet, but that
matter will be attended to some time
before Friday. lllgh School will
In the High School tennis tourna.
ment Monsarrat and Davis havo
reached tho finals and tho match be
tween them should be a good one. Tho
match will bo 1!ayed on Wednesday
next, and a big crowd Is expected to
roll up and wntch tho expert school
boys at work, Monsarrat plays from
scratch and Davis recehea half fifteen.
Ew-a and Kahiiku will hook up on
the tennis court at Halelwa on Febru
ary 20, and a fine match Is expected to
eventuutc. Tho "Farmers" play good
tennis and, ob thoro will bo flo palrw
engaged In tho match, it is hard to say
how tho strugglo will go.
Boys of the Fteet ;
Prop in for a Long COLD Glass of gLj
ceer alter me uau, uame ai abu
Park. " 35
"On the Road to Aala Park" 'J
TOM MC TIGHE (the Irish Consul)
was carried out. Borne of the Items l-ro.muiy u repreieiueu uy muriu
were rendered In a way worthy of ,ch'. r'on "n1 Cottrell. Tho In at-
professionals, nnd a couple of. Harry ""' " l,,'"7' ' '' T
Johnny had dropiied back to his usual .Lauder songs which were given by, h,t, Y!. . g. 8cho1. event
EYeoIng Bulletin t5c. Per Moth
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-. .l . .. ....' .. . . over that distance two weeks ago
UHV UI llie uuut'll nolo VUkUICU o.-i - .,.,, 7.
oral times. was a treat, llenry Chllllugworth
tt tt n made the game little fellow run
Thero will bo two games of Iiibo- hard, but Marlucht, had a sprint at
ball this aftornoon nt Aala Paik, nnd , In'h that was too good for
as tho Chinese aro celobratlng their ."KIcldo."
Now Year thero Is suro to bo a huge Chllllngworth Is ono of the best
gait, manifestly satisfied that ho was .one of the bupch were encored sov.
a beaten runnor.
' With thousands of his vhaclous
countrymen shrieking with Joy and
throwing their hntB In the, air,, Dorando
kept up his fast clip around tho last
lap, gradually lengthening tho dln
(auco between lilm and his rival nnd
crowd nt tho aPrk,
all-round'athletcs In th? Islands, and Iraco Is assured
Tho Outrigger Club Is getting ready
for tho second batch of Cleveland tour
ists, and some novel stunts nro being
prepared for Sunday next,
It Is to bo hoped that he takes part
In the race next Saturday. It Ir
good to see the popular "Klddo" In
any game, or taking part In any
Ho Ib nlwas a trier, and Is as
keen as a razor on nil that pertains
to athletics. His brother Dob Is n
good man, too, and when ho takes a
hand on the diamond or football
field there Is ahvus something
Tho race on Sattirduy will start at
3:30 o'clock, and the usual bunch of
automobiles, rigs nnd blc)cles Is ex
pected to follow the runners. The
roads aro in good shape nnd a fine
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