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' JVRNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, FDD. 2C, 1910.
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Fine Program of Events Arranged
for This Afternoon Fastest
Men in Honolulu Will Compete
in Running Races.
This afternoon on the Alexander
Field, there will be an Intcri'stlng
Kchnol track meet, when the High
School nnd Kamchnmeha bojs will
go up against one another In n reg
ular program of events.
The High School, with Hlce. Mc
Candless nnd Norton on their team,
arc simply unbeatable 1) any Ho
nolulu bclioolboju, or, for tho mat
ter of that, by any bunch of nth-
letes the Islands can produce. It
Is good to have bucIi wonderful ath
letes among us, but tho interest In
Intcrschool competitions can not be
brought to n great pitch when eery
event la practically n certainty for
the same men time nfter time.
However, It Is alwnjs a pleasure
to bee Klce & Co. nt work, for tho
bo j a are bo fast that there Is no
telling what record may go by the
board every tlmu they step onto the
Today's meet Is more In tho waj
of n tryout than an) thing else, nnd
It will bo on March 19 that tho real
All-School track meet will tako
place. Tho athletes can bo sized up
In the preliminary uffalrs, and then
when tho big day conies, tho Knms,
yuns and High School will have
ttiolr ery best teams on tho field.
The full program of cents and
those who will compete In tho meet
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High School W.S. nice, William
Rosa, Maruichi, C. Dcr, Abe Nor
ton, H. Drown, J. C. Cottrcll, Henry
ChllUui.v,orth1....J. McCandless, S.
Kamcbaniehu JTeam Captain II.
Godfrey, W. Walalcale, Hosea, Alati,
0. Ilenjamln, J. Oova, G. Padaken,
It. Mullcr, W. Knnmloplll, A. Poo
poe, II. Pallia, It. Ilurgess, A. Lewis,
I'. Kahole. C. Wilcox, A. Kalanlhuln,
d. Manoha, II. llrandt, K. Chung, K,
Noah, J. Mlllkaa.,D. Kalul, J. KauhU
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Everything in Season.
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We want to tee all our old eus
mmere come banlc.
F-or Rent" card on Mia at
h Bulletin ehle. . ..
J. Dal, A. McGowan,
Amos and D. Hose.
FoITonlug aro the entries for tho
100-Ynrd Dash Knms: W. Wnl
aleale, C. Ilosca. II. Godfrey, R.
Alau. High School: W. S. HKo,
William Itosa, Maruichi, C. Dyer.
Mllo Uacc Kams: G. Ilenjamln,
J, Oova, J. Amos, G. Padaken, It.
Muller. High School: Abo Norton,
II. Drown, J. C. Cottroll, Henry Chll
lingworth. 220 Low Hurdles Knms: Kamal
oplll, Poopoo, Walalcale, Pallia, Bur
gess. High School: Rice, McCand
440-Yard Race Kams: Godfrey,
I.owln, Hosea, Kahclc, Gova. High
School: Rice, McCandless, Chllllng
220-YartJ Kams: Hosea, Alau,
Wilcox, Kalanlhula, Godfrey, Mano
ha. High School: Rice, Itosa, Mc
Halt-Mile Knms: Godfroy, Gova,
Ilenjamln, Drnudt, Cluny, High
School: Norton, Chllllngworth, Ma
Hnlr-Mlle Relay Kams: Lewis,
Godfrey, Hotea, Alau, Walaleale,
Gova. High School: McCandless,
Maruichi, Rota, Rico.
High Jump Kams: Poepoo,
Ilrnndt, Kamatoplll, Noah, Wnlnlea-
le, Kalanlhuln. High School: Mc
Candlcss, Chllllngworth, Carter.
Shot-Put Knms: Knmnloplll, Ml
llkaa, Noah, Poepoo, Kalnl. High
School: McCandless, White.
Droad Jump Kams: Lowls, Kau
hl, Dal, Wnlalenlo, Hosoa. High
School: McCandless, lloBa, Rice.
Hammer Throw Knms; Wilcox,
Mllllinn, MrGowan, Noah, High
SChool: McCandless, White, Rice,
Polo Vuult Knms: Knuhl, Dal,
Noah, Hlpa, Poepoo, Kamaloplll.
High School: McCandless, Rosa.
Through tho 'victory of St. John
over Moller of ttho Marines yester
day, tho Y. M. C. A. handball team
galuod another gamo ih the tour
uumont which Is being played ut
Camp Very. Tho Marines are, how
oer, still 91 points in the lead,
and unless tho Y. M. C A. boys win
a lot of the games In the second half
of the tournament, the result Is a
foregone victory for the uuHtwets.
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Thore will be golf at the Country
Club this afternoon and tomorrow,
nnd nn automobile will bo at the
end of tho car lino to convey mem
bers and tholr frionds to and from
Charlie Fructt of Shoficld Barracks
Issues Challenge Through tho
Bulletin Would Fight at
145 Pounds, Anywhere
Theio will be some ecrnpplng In
Honolulu in the near future If all
the challenges that are floating
around uio nccepted. Tho latest
aspirant for pugilistic honors Is
Chat lie Piuctt of Lcllehua. He Is
a Ind who boxes at 145 pound j. and
tic has written the Bulletin to
tho eltect that ho would llko very
much to meet Wnhllanl in tho
The Scholield Darracks boy Is said
in be a good one with the mitts, nnd
Ills manager, Corporal Tnlor of
Troop D, Lcllchua, would llko to or-
range a go with tho Hawaiian.
They hnvo it flno hall out nt tho
barracks now, and contests of nil
klndB will be pulled oft there lu the
future. Tho cnwilry bo) nro very
fond of the boxing game, and they
have already arranged for Jack XIc
Fn dele n to take a run out there when
ho returns from II 1 to.
Should Wnhllanl wish to connact
up with tho invalry ropietentatho
no can do to by dropping a lino to
Manager Taylor, who will then pro
ceed to fix up all the details of the
It Is a long time now since the
sound of tho gcntlo mitt landing on
tho ear of n would-be champion tins
been hen id In Honolulu, llllo has
got tho boxing craze now, and scv-
eial contests have been brought off
There aro Blgns, however, that tho
fans arc getting hungry for some
more stoush, and betoro long there
should bo something doing In the
local rings. It may be that some or
the .old faorltes llko ltollly, Frankie
Smith or Dick Cullcn will leturn be
fore long. Cullcn was matched to
fight Thorn n couplo of weeks ago
at Sydney, and the Incoming Austra
lian liner may bring us tho result
of Hie fight. Should Cullen get
away with Thorn, his stock will
3oar, for Thorn has already defeat
ed Doer Unholz. nnd tho latter is no
Yes, tho boxing game Is showing
signs of llfo in Honolulu, nnd It
only needs n promoter to get lu nnd
arrange a fow matches. Tho fans
will do the rest, and there should be
some money in tho gamo now, nfter
such a long interval.
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Manager Dodgu of the von liamm
Ylllllli? fllirnpn rnnttrtu Hip atil of
H'vcn-pnssengcr tar to Mis. I mi
berg. Tho 'machine Is a beauty, i ml ,
the finishing Is n delight t'i gaze i
upon. A Packard "30," phaeton
stylo, lins also bcenNdellvcred to Dr.
Lnlighoin, and It Is doing good
A big shipment of Overland is
expected to nrrivo on tho next
steamer from tho Coast, nnd n Iiavy
sale of these (midlines Is nnttclpiit
ed. llto Pacific Oil Co. h.u pur-
based n runabout of this type, and
It Is doing fine work.
C. II. Drown has purchntid n
Dulck touring car from tho on
Hnmni-Yoitng people, and Is cry much
pleased with tho machine. The re
pair slums are kept busy nil tho
time, and already a start lias been
mAMo on the new addition on tho
King Btiect sldo of the present ga
rage, ti tt tt
Joe Acton, who Is reported to be
on his deathbed nt Portland, was n
famous lightweight wrestler In his
day and figuicd In a number of
matches In California. He was con
temporaneous with I'M win Dlhby,
nbo n celehrnted lightweight wres
tler. Doth Acton nndDlbby figured
In San rrnnclsco when Clarence
Whistler and Muldnon wcro ery
much In tho public eye. Acton,
after retiring fiom the mat, fell Into
flesh and weighed over 200 pounds
when ho left California for tho
, MISS EVA ALVA t
Song and Acrobatio Dance Artist
Returning from a Two Years" En
gagement in China and Russia
Premier Pianist of the Far East
Tho alleged new story about Fred
die Wolsh nnd tho many natives that
woro "rung in" on him during tin
courso of n light In Honolulu has
been going tho louiuls for tho past
ten jenrs, and tho story liar, firci lo
cated In Apia, SiiMi, Thursday Is
land, Port Moresby, Noumea nnd a
dozen other places. It Is a good
yarn, Burc, but seems to have struck
Honolulu lu its old age.
The Man and the
Fort Street Below Beretania
MAY WALLACE and BOBBIE WAY
5s., 10c, 15c. .
Did nnjonc say that tho big fight
was to be hold, nt Salt Lake? A
number of the big Dastcrn dallies
even published pictures of Saltntr as
the placo where tho Jeffries-Johnson
fight was to take place. As n mat
ter of fact, Saltnlr was always a
100-to-l chance. Rtckard's ta)ks
woro only Intended for, the end book.
Corner Nnuanu and Pa'uahi Streets
Change of Program, .Monday, Wed-
r.esaay una i'rtaay
Local and Coast
The Sihunian Gnrago Is Importing
a lot of Mitchell cars, and the first
of the batch will nriive In tho near
future. Theso are very fow Mit
chells In this city, and tho ones that
are hcie now aio of the old lyre.
The now machines aro of an .Im
proved model, and soveral Improve
ments liavo been Introduced. The
Mttcholl is ono of the strongest cars
built nowadays, and tho engine Is
considered a very powerful ono. U
Is thought that the Mttcholl will I o
como ti '.very popular car with the
auto enthusiasts of Hawaii.
On tho Lurllno tho Schuman Gn
rago expects two Locomobiles to ar
rive, and they both have been sold
already. One of them will be
shipped to a well-known Knunt man
and the other goes to a Honolulu
Two, Fords aro also to como on
tho Lurtlua, and ono of them has
bout told to arrive. The Velio cai
la attracting a lot of attention, owl
thoio hnvo been numerous enquiries
as to the possibility of getting soive
ot tho machines within tho nod
two mouths. '
The London Sporting Llfo of re
cent date contains a moat comptl-
mental y artlclo nncnt tho 11. P.
Whitney stable In England. Train
er Jojncr also com'c3 In for a good
sendofr. TheV,hltn6y stable,- has'
been recnfuiccd by thlro'-two horses
for tho coming seabon.
Tho Iron Works soccer team has
addod Georgo Dwlght to Its list for
the match ngalnst tho. Wnlpahu boys
tomorrow. The football will bo
played nfter lunch, and tho planta
tion men nro said to bo In' really
good form nt present.
Central Grammar School proved
too strong for tho Knlulant girls at
basketball es(crilay. end leglstoiod
a score of 14 to 11 against them.
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Tho Associated Garaga Is work
ing overtime unit tho scono is a very
busy one. The present repair shop
will hnvo to be enlarged In the near
future and plans aio now, being considered.
Mr. Odoll will bo stalling out on
another of his Island ttlps before
long, and the Hudson Twenty ma
chine will accompany him. Those
pretty little curs uro becoming ory
popular, nnd they nto being sold
long beforo thoy can be dellveiod.
The Chalmers-Detroit machines
aro also going oft fnst, and every
steamer lias it consignment for tho
Associated Garage. The Klssol Hul
ls also a popular automobile, and
tb.o car fitted with high wheels has
These 3hoes will let them crow
Prices: $1.50 to $2.00
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