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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAR. 10, 1910.
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"" BY V. I. STEVENSON. ' ' i
Ill I mi i ! I Mi 1 IB II ! Mill I I II IN
JEFF AND JACK BOX
President Williams Gives Consent
for Contest to Be Pulled Of! at
Race Track Big Crowd Will
Be Handled in Style.
Jim Jeffries nli.I Jack Johnson nil,
Igltt for tlio lioiv) weight champion
Bhii of tliu world at the Ilint-ry vll.t
raci trnck, In an arena that Is to hi
specially constructed for them. The
olliclal announcement that Etucryvlll
hail been selected was forthconiln.
from Tex Klckard and Jack (Ilea,
Mat n Ifilit, th two promoters vlsltlti
(ho "Unonlclo" to make the statemou
doubly siiio. (llcason declarer tha
there novur wax any differences of In,
crt..lico between himself nud the .(
.jjuii an 1 now that the all Itnportnti
Mibjjct has been settled, they v. Ill pro
pare for the hundllnK of thu light.
The selection or Ktueryvllle came
late In the afternoon, following a con
ference that Klcknrd held with 'lliom.i
II. Williams, president ot tho New
California Jockey Club, which own
the race trade, and Mayor Christie ol
Emeryville. Tho latter declined to
speak for the trustees of Emeryville
but assurances have been given tho pro
motors that at the meeting of the
trustees next Monday night, the porml:
will bo granteu.
President Williams hns given th
necessar) consent for the use or th
Emeryville track and only tho genera
details that come with a big tight ni i
to bo handtoil. Jnck Gleason w.-u mi
present at tho conference, but ho tic
cl.tres that he thoroughly iiuderMO-M
what was tuklug plate und that ho had
lefialncd from taking an nctlvo part li
prder to have no more pilbllclty thai,
was necesraiy bcfiijjo tho official state
ment could he made.
Whether tho grandstands at th
track can bo used In seating tho crnwi1
ur a now arena will have to he ricct
ed Is a qucBtlon that "111 havo to In
taken up with the architects at once
It Is more than likely tint a uev
arena will bo built Inside the mile
course nt tho track, and It will bo w
arranged that tho cap'iclty can bo in
creased at short notlco to accommo
dato nny number of spectators.
Rlckard will leavo very shortly fo
Nevada, where his business Intercut,
demand his immediate attention. Ik
will return hcio nbout the Ut of Mny
however, and bo In San Francisco mi.
til after tho fight. Oleason Is to open
offices at onco In tho Klanuery build
Ing, but In two or three weeks will
lcao fr Chicago and Now York to nr
rango for transpoitutlon facilities. Th"
promoters look for a good attendance
from tho Eastern points, and It If
Oleason's Idea to arrange for excursion
(Mention was tho spokesman last
night for the promoters. Ho said:
"We have agreed to handlo thnr fight
In Emeryville. President Wllllnms
has promised to allow us tho race
trnck for that purpose, and Mayor
Chrlbtle of Emory vlllo Is willing to
grant tho permit. Of courso. It Is up
to the trustees to tako official action
but we do not expect any trouble on
that scoro. There Is no limit to th
seating capacity that wo can arrange
and tho accommodations, across thr
buy are perfect. Peoplo know Emery
villa well from having attended the
races, and It Is practically tne snmo ar
having the fight In San Francisco. Men
accustomed to handling crowds will U
In chargo and there will bo absolute):
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The Dlamnud Heads and J. A. Cs
will hitch up" again tomorrow after
noon at the Athletic Park, and tho
gamo promises to be a better one
than that of last week. Tho Japaneso
have strengthened their team u lot
nnd they are determined to make tho
Jewels got a move on tomorrow. There
will bo a prelhnlnaiy gamo between
the Muhockg und Aeahls and It, too
thould bo closo and oxcltlng.
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It has been decided to poBtrono the
tug-of-war till next Siituiday as tho
Athletic Pnrk Is lit n bad .state, through
the heavy rain that. fell during (be
night. ' . . .
COMING CVCNT3. J
tt Secretaries and managers of 11
; nth Hie clubs aiu mvlte I to send t:
I In the date uf an) events which t.'
: they mny bo getting up for In- t
t seitlon under thu iibave head. J
t Address all communications to t.
; the tiiiortlug Editor, 1) u 1 1 e 1 1 n. i
.t Baseball. ti
t ATHLETIC PAUK. I'.
X March 20 Diamond Heads vs. ti
t J. A. C. tl
:: March 27 Diamond Hciuls vs. J. ti
.1 A. Cs. ti
-t Mll.ITAUY LEAGUE.
:vpill 2 Marines b. N. O. II.; :.
:t Cavalry vb. Infantry
t PLANTATION LEAGUE,
.t May 1 Ewa B.I Walalm.
t May 1 Alea s.i WalpaUu.
:t Tug of-VVar.
.t ATHLETIC I'AIIK.
.1 March 19 Intel national SerlcB.
.: PEARL HAllDOIl.
t March 2U Sailing and Rowing tt
: I'.aci.s. tt
April 3 Hnlelwu Annual itaco.
i April 3 lllcyclo Races.
Y. M. C. A.
. Mnrrli 17 High School Tourna
.; March 10 All Behind Sports,
it April 9 Y. M. C. A. at !5o)V
;t March 23 WeoVly Cup.
It Horss Racing.
tt July 4 Inter-lBland tneot.
It Trana Pacific Yacht Race.
It July 4 Start frrtm San Francisco, t:
tt World's Championship Fight, t;
it July 4 James Jnllrles vs. Jack t
St Johnson. ti
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Not the Slightest Pilikia With En
gine The Records and Figures
Show Good Work Done.
Tho fl o hundrcd-mllc-ncn stop en
glnc demonstintlon of tho HudiK
Twenty, which has been going on
since half past thieo on Thursday nf
tuiuooii, came to an end late lust night
when the allotted lite hundred miles
had been registered on thu speedonict
'I ho test has been under tho direct
supervision of dmntercsted (ersons.
one of whom has been In tho scat with
tho chnurfeur nt dlffeient times dur
ing cwrj moment ot tho time that tho
cnglno has been running.
Reports of tho action of tho engine
from the time that It started till It
was Blowcd down after making the
grand total of Mvo hundred miles, with
tho engines sealed against any tamper
ing are made by thoso who occupied
the seat with the chauffeur.
These reports, which are s'gned by
all of the observers, for the tlmo that
they wero In tho ear, stnto that tho
cnglno was not stoppod onco during
tho run of five hundred mlloa. Thero
wero times when tho car was stopped
for a few seconds at tho curb for thu
pin pose of taking on or letting off ob
hoi vera, but during this time the en
gine was not stopped or even slowed
Tho following Is a record of tho run;
Started nt 3:30 p in, March 17. Fin
ished nt midnight March 18. Total
time olapsed, 32 lirsaand 50 mlns. Ac
tual running time 30 hours.
Fuel 2il',S gallons, averaging 18.80
miles per gallon
Oil Vh quarts, averaging GG Gfl
miles per quart, oil, t quart In Trans
mission, Water 1 quirt.
Avcrago revolutions ot cnglno nbout
540 per minute.
Idled about 3 hours making actual
running tlmo nbout 30 hours
Acrngo speed 15 1 miles tier hour.
Speedometer now shows 597 miles.
I-At 9 o'clock this morning the en
glnwas still nmulng.i
OUT IN MEET
Coney and 'Gay Boys Put Up Fine
Figures All Young Athletes
Show Great Promise A Big
Out nt Alexander Field yectcrday
afternoon, tho Junior schoolboys had
a fine lot ot sport, and some of their
tunning und other events were re
markably good. The Punahou Pre
paratory School and Central Gram
mar School met In track eents, and
the former team won by n total ot
(13 1-2 potntB to 28. The Knahu
inanu luds gut Into third place with
3 1-2 points, und will do better next
No lesj than eight of tho Junior
recoids wero broken, and If tho se
ulois only do as well this afternoon
thoio will bo Joy In Honolulu. Co
ney was responsible for some good
times, and he put up tho following
records: 50 yards, 5 4-G seconds;
100 yards, 11 seconds; 220 jards,
25 1-5 seconds.
Thcie were flue performances for
the boy to' put up, and he Is to bS
congratulated. Lawrence Gay cut
out the hiilf-mllo In 2 minutes 34 3-5
seconds. Ernest Gay cleared IS feet
5 1-2 Inches In the broad Jump, and
shows promise of being as good ns
McCandless In time. Will Inman
heaed the 12-pound shot 39 feet 9
Inches, und Suudford llluke got over
.i height of 8 feet 4 Inches In tho
The hnlf-mllo relay race was cut
out In 1 mlnuto 50 seconds, und
was won by the Puiiahous. Coney
ot the Puns stoted 18 paints, lllake
ot Central Grammar School wns sec
ond In the Individual scores, with 14
A big crowd attended the meet,
and most of the bo)s who are to
lompeto today In the big track af
fair were on the ground. The dif
ferent oents nnd figures were as
GO-ynrd dnsh Coney (P. P. 8.);
Parish (C. G. 8.); Podmore (P. P.
S.); 5 4-5 seconds.
100-yurd dash Coney (P. P. S.);
Murray (P. P. S.); Purlsh (C. G.
B.); 11 seconds.
220-yard dash Conoy (P. P. 8.);
Pnilsh (C. G. 8.); Sllva (C. G. 8.);
25 1-5 seconds.
4l0-ard dash lllake (C. G. 8.);
llrown (P. P. S.); E. Gay (P. P.
8.); 1 minute 5 1-5 seconds.
880- aril run L. Gay (P. P. 8.);
Poguo (P. P. S.); Sakulchl (K. 8.);
2 minutes 34 3-5 second!.
Mllo run Pogue IP. P.
Wong (C. G. S.); Gurrera (K.
5 minutes 55 seconds.
Shor-put Inman (P. P.
Sllva (C. G. S.); Murray (P. P,
39 feet 9 Inches.
High Jump Daldwln (P, P.
Coney (P. P. 8.); lllake (C. G,
I feet 9 Inches.
Ilioad Jump 13. Gay (P. P. 8.);
lllake (C. G. 8.); Plug Kong (K.
8.); 18 feet 5 1-2 Inches.
Pole vault lllake (C. G. S-); L.
Gay (P. P. S.); G. llrown (P. P.
8.); Denlchl (K. S.); 8 feet I
One-half mllo relay Punahou
Preparatory School; 1 minute GO
Ribbons were nwnrded to prlze
wlniieis, and handsome silver cup
wus presented to tho champion team,
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There was a good gathering at thr
meeting of tho Honolulu Cricket Club
last night, anil tho following officer
for tho coming year were elected!
President, R A. .Ionian; vice-president
R. Anderson, secretary, J. H. Ftddes,
trensuiuT J R, M. Maclean; captain
J. C. McGIll; vice captain, C. F. Max
well; oxccutlve committee II. 11. Rail
cy, 11. O. Wlnkley, T. P. W. Gray,
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Tho Outilggoi Club will do stunt.
' this afternoon, and tho Clark cups will
bo competed for by the youngsters,
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Fine Tr'n eutl Many Events to Be
Pulled o.l on Lochs Ftw Tick-
cis still Le.ifo:Sa:e -Get Busy
aid Buy One.
All those who have not alreadv pir
chared a ticket for the )ncht erulti
tomorrow to Pearl llarbur had b -tti
set busy right away. The diiepi nrj
going off quickly nnd although there
are still some left, they may be all
.old out nt any time today.
Tho trip to Pearl llarbur Is nttrnct
tug the uttentlnn of lots of people who
neer think of going out for a Bull on
ordinary occasions. Tho pioapect uf
being able to Bee the place Hint Uncle
Sum Is turning Into one of the bebt
fortified harbors In thu world, N very
pleasing to nil the people who lle In
Then the ronlng sailing and swim
mlng races arc going to be the best
eer held nt Peail Hnrb.ir, and some
ery close nnd exciting events lire
At 10 o'clock rharp, the Hawaii nnd
other craft will get under way nnd the
sight will be n beautiful one. Tho Ha
waiian band will play during the trip
down nnd nlt,o ut tho club houso when
tho excursionists land.
Tho lunch will bo n good one mil
an) one who likes a day In the open
and a good progtam of sports had
better make arrangements to Ball on
one ol tho yachts tomorrow. An'
the object of the crulsu should not b
rorgotten either; It Is to get mangl.
money together to fit the )acht Ila
wnll out for thu trans-Pacinc race and
all Hawaii Is doubtless Interested In
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FUN OVER ON
Immigrants Eave Two-Bag Game
Hit the Runner and He Is Out
Stones As Scoreboard.
Sergeant Harry, the well-known
N. G. II. baseball manager and en
thusiast, Is L.ivlng the tlmo ot his
life over on Quarantine Island with
n Russian ball team which Is cer
lululy, from Harry's account, about
tho funniest thing that over existed.
The Betgeant describes tho way
tho Russians play tho gamo In tht
"The gamo Is pla)cd with two
bdBes l.u.iiu and second. The bugs
.lie si y feet apart. Eleven men go
out i.. tho Held und eleven more
ado. ii iho bench. One man holds
down bOiond and the rest of the
bunch spread all over the field. There
Is no catcher, but a 'pitcher' stands
five feet to the right of tho bats
man and tosses the ball about six
feet Into tho air. Then the bats
man makes a wild swlpo at the
ball and. If ho hits It, starts to run
to second. All of tho fielders run
after tho ball, and whoover gets It
takes a pot shot at tho runner, and
If the latter Is hit, ho Is out; If the
ball misses him, ho gets home safe,
and another man conies up to bat.
'Each man has only one chance
at bat and consequently sometimes
they hnvo four or five men on sec
ond, and tho bag looks a bit crowd
ed. One Dig husky guy comes up to
bat and makes n hit, and then tho
whole tour or live men gut liumo nt
"Somo of tho Russians can run
fast, and I tried my best to teach
them how to play the real article In
bull. Thero wus considerable trou
ble us regards signals, ns most ot
their words nro so long that a man
is out and back on the bench before
the bunch ot syllables that mean
'steal,' or something else, can bo
"Tho Russians can not catch a
ball on tho fly not even In thcli
hats: and they try that at times.
Thoy keep score by tho nld of n pile
ot stones, but It Is too big a con
tract to count the rocks when a
gamo Is pan. Tho losers In tho
aiiiu 1 am describing had to pack
the winners from tho homo plate to
letoud nnd back on their shoulders.
Then the rival teams gathered to
gether, and gave three cheers for
WoionotlBfskl,' and mo Bport enu-
Ilnny still has hopes ho Is n
brave man of getting the Russians
to take to the American gamo, but
tho chief difficulty Is to get them
to lot ego the pleusure of whacking
the runner with tho ball.
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Nigel Jncksoii nnd tho other Mara
then runners wcru nil out Inst night
lolng long distance work. Gomes am!
EnoB aro doing remarkably well and
either of tho runners Is u ogslblc win
hj f or ry P.1, !?3 forK
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This afternoon at Alcxanler 1'JolU,
... ,.,.i. iilin.u t 1111(1 MUUMICII III-
angular track meet between the Oahu"
College Kaniehnmeha Schools and
High School will take place. y
The iu'et promlhcs to be the best'
ever pulled off, nnd many peoplo feel,
uumiiitui iiiui iuu ivu unu z.u ynrus
records will bo broken by cither Rico
or McKenzle Ilutli runners nro In tho ?
pink of condition and Rice, If hard put
o It, will certainly Fcrapo, Insldo th'oi
10 Fccnnils for tho 100 yards.
Tho Kama have no lers than 23'
men on the team, and the probabilities
no that they will score bo many spg-i .
ends and thirds that they may win '
out In tho meet.
Tho oltlclalsuif tho meet nro ns fol-'
lows: Cletk of courso, Lorrlu An- ,
draws; announcer, John Anderson; J1'
timers, Hen Clark, V O. Driver nnd' '
Dr. Hand; finish Judges, Captain Low,
C. F Chllllngworlh and Lieutenant
Uowen; field Judges, Paul Wlthlngtou, ,
Mr. Larimer and Mr. Odcllt'roforeo.i I
Paul Super; starter, Mr. Hopwood;
scorer, Mr. Schinutilcr.
The tenm of the Knmehameha)
Schools Schools consist of twenty,
Mirco men, this being nlmost twice
tho nmoiint entered by tho High'
School, The Puiiahous hm 9 ilxteen
cntrlca nnd McKlnley twelve. Tho
tennis are as follows:
Kainohwuch,! Schools H. Godfrey
(capt.), No. 1; C Hosea, 2; II. Hratult,
,1; E Nnnh I; A. Alan, 5; A. Lewis,
0. D. Illpa 7; W. Wulnlenle. S; J, IUI.
9; II Pahla. 10; A. Pocio, tl; 'v
itamaloplll, 12; J. Kaulil, 12; E, Hone,
II; (), Corn, 15; llenjamln, 1G; Cllinu,
17; Mlllkaa IS; Kalal, 19; Wilcox 20;
Mpflnunii "l! Vnllnr !; Arnna 53. '
Oahu College W. ' IVsha (Capt,),'"1- sjj
No, 21, M Micxcns.o 25; J. Podmore,
20; W Hcior 27 ,1V, Ouderklrk, 28;
Ran Hitchcock :9; C Ilixig, 30; Rex.
Hitchcock. 31. W Paty. 52t I). Ross.
32; II. Ilond 33; J. Sabey, 3t; A. An
ilersou. 35; 8 (Jllili, 3G; P. Young, 37;
L. Wllllnms, 3S; C Damon, 39.
McKlnley lTlgh School W. Rico,
(Capt.), Nn. 40; W. Rosa, 41; M,,Kn
waiiiotn. 42; J. McCandless, 43; S.
-li; u. u)ur, ia, i, i, ,uriuu, -iu,ui,
Chllllngworth, 47; II. Ynn, Ngfi'Jt!
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