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ANTONE KA00 FALLS WHEN THREE MILES FROM THE FINISH-
HAYES RUNS WELL, AND HE
FOLLOW THE LONO COURSE
Vincent dome walked in first In
the llnlelwa Marathon jesterdaj
Nigel Jackson, the triple clown win
ner, was second; Fe.iBler, who run
bo well liibt ear, finished third; and
game little Cnniiy Huos wns the
fourth in ii ti lo cross the winning
Antone Knno, the Idol of t ho
crowd, and the man who was tipped
to win, led every Inch of the way
up to within three miles of Hale
iwa, where he collapsed and fell to
tho ground When the word was
passed along that Kaoo wns ilown,B,ir(!,i Then Conies, tho ultimate
and out, nohody would believe the
message. The old Wiilnhui ilorsa
was considered to he Invincible, and
his defeat was most unexpected
There were ten starters In the
I mining race, and seven of them fin-
Ished the journey on foot. Irrtdt
was "all In" at I'earl City, and he
was picked up by nil auto party uud
taken along to llnlelwa.
Kooo'h defeat Is to bo attributed
to his uvcreagerness to get too long
a lead on the other men and to not
nursing himself a little. At the big
gulch Kaoo ran up the llalelwa side,
nml It must have taken a lot out ot
him. He at that time was about
one and n half mlleH ahead of his
nearest opponent, llnes, nnd .luck
son wns nt least two miles behind
11(15 es. Homes wns still further be
hind and seemed to be out of the
ICuoo and Hajes traveled along
the gulch road, but Jackson and
Comes used the 'short cut and gain
ed a lot by doing so The agree
ment before the race started was
that the short cut could be taken,
but the course judges did not under
stand It, and consequently stopped
UujeB and Kami from taking the
It Is tilifortunnto Hint this hap
pened, as Kauo was so fur ahead
that It all the runners had gone the
loi.g route around the gulch, the
Wataluii Horse would never hao
been challenged by Conns, and could
have easily walked homo a winner
Aa It was, when Gomes ihaltengcd
Kaoo some six miles from llalelwa,
the old fellow could only gamely
struggle along until within a few
miles of llnlelwa, where he stagger
ed and fell to the ground. Comes
then went on alone, and won In a
walk from Jackson, who was a mile
or so behind the winner.
(light from tho start, when ten
men dashed off on their long jour
ney, Kaoo wns In the limelight, anil
after Btumbllng and fulling In the
mud, the old wonder pulled hlmsclt
together and proceeded to make a
pace that none of the others had u
chance ot maintaining.
Hayes, running stiff-legged, look
ed good to most of tho spectators
and early In the race It was thought
that Kaoo, llnjea and Jackson would
(111 the places. And that prediction
would Just have been about right If
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BY V. L. STEVENSON?
AND THE "WAIALUA HORSE"
OTHERS TAKE SHORT CUT.
(lie two lenders lind not tnketi the
The press automobile caught up
to the last of the runners just about
the I'carl City cetneterj, mid It was
Joe Forrest of skating tunic who wus
tlrst overtaken. Furrest announced
that ho was out of It. and evidently
was totally untrained foi such n
long run Joe should slick to the
small wheels. I
Tho next man the press car came
nu to wu Wnhlknkn. nml lie win,
nloddlnir alone nl' n stench rain of
winner, and No. lC possibly Ca-
bral. the numbers were terribly
mixed up loomed up In the i.ear of
fliiK. nnd thei were ruiinliii well in
ii, .itnm,,Ml i,nii ilium !.. '
Ki.nea una nloddlnir nloiiL- nlim.. nt
Wni.ihu nnd u little further on No.
, ,..,., ,,.,akCd u ho meiimlered iili'mJ
ii-ist,cd us he meandered along
his venrj vu). No. 1.1,' according
to the list of allotted uttnibeis,
should bo Kengler, but what with
mud and water. It wns hard to dis
til guish the runner's features.
Then Nigel Jackson was seen
ahead, and he was making good time
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a cheer as the press car passed hi u.
mow, i .- "-"..... '"i
asked for water Then there was nj
!?.,M:r :.!!.",. "H!"..!'
., , " ', """ ' . Tiold ihnmplon. However,
the big gulch was negotiated. ,uw,
Antoi.e Kuoo wus .might up to
near the Hulclwa side, of the valley
The old fellow was then several
miles uhejd and looked all over u
Knoo spnko In Hawaiian to soiuh
ot tho auto people ,und said thut hi
had been pretented from taking the
short cut. lie, howeer. run on nnd
wns goli.g strong when the unto
panned lilin some miles furtliV-r on.
All of the Marathon runners hav
ing been pnmed , the cjellnta whio
the next lot to be ovel taken, Ko 2S
wns walking along up thn guUli
when ho was seen, and Kane, on
foot, was actually ahead of the hl
cile man. Severnl other e) (lists
wore passed within the ncjtt few
miles, and ull ot them appeared to
be about done up and very tired.
The main body of tho bicycle rid
ers hud finished the race before the
press machine reached llalelwa, and
rnnscquently nothing could be seen
uf the Dual sprint for tho line. How
ever, Lincoln Achleu won the Keillor
race from S I venter Onrdla by n mar
gin of more than two minutes, nnd
U. M. Addison got into third place,
reaching the finish lltteen minutes
Tho junior race wns won by Isa
mura Karuki, a Japanese rider, who
cut out the distance In 2 hour 17
minute 4tf secai.ds. Huton Mugoon
was second, and he was about three
minutes behind the Japanese.
Comes run from Honolulu to Ha-
Iclwa In 4 hours 15 minutes 10 sec-
onds, nnd as he compiled with all
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You'll find your friends there, too, for
the rule he Ii entitled to first place.
It In no fault of his that the other
competitors and Judges did not know
about the short cut being allowed.
Khoci would probably have won the
race If he had not taken so much
out of himself by running up and
down the big gulch, but what might
lime happened, does not count.
Someone blundered, but as domes
did i.othing wrong he Is rightly the.
winner of the second Marathon race.
IJnrly in the morning the rain
that fell In Honolulu made tho out
look for a decent trip to llalelwa
pretty shaky. However, the two nu.
tomobllen wlili h had been provided
for by Senator Charles ChUllngworth
cjnlckty got undor way and were soot.
bowling along the muddy road to
llalelwa. Tor the first few miles
things were (.ertulnly sloppy and It
was not till Walpuliu hud been pass
ed Hint the dry spots were met, and
the dust began tp fly.
T,le were f lnrtle In
lhe Hulos, and those expert drivers
Tom Qui'"' nnd Oot.snlves fairly
"""l ,,,e iar "J nlnK- Mayor
"" recited some verse of Ills own
composition, and It was voted tlrst
-ln8 ' ''" l"t,, "ho were ' ',l"
An soon ns llalelwa was reached
"" adjourniuent was made to have
n WBh and cleun-up, and both were
'"""v needed, ns the combination nt
mud and. Inter on, dust did wonde--
fill things to the clothes ot the nil
As soon ns Conies -uius In aver
the winning line, word wua 'eeelveu
Hint Kaoo had fallen by tho wajsleV
and that he wns It: a badT'iv Her
Dower and J. It. Davis ut ntice vol
UIeered to take n coupler! news-J
mm o whm Wa I
, orilc wa8) , order tl) rondBr
.. ,. ..,.,' , . , ,
.on. However, when about
a, Ite nolds
Kaoo was be
Ing tnkei. to the hotel.
Ilower took the press along Mr
another mile or to, but theie was no
sign of iin other runner to be seen,
A return was then made to llale
lwa, and on the Invitation of Charlie
ChUllngworth all the members ot
, ,,rew, , dl,wn olner exeur.
slnnlsls were seated around a special
table, win- , all the good things that
the Wnlalun ladles hud prepared tor
tho pol lunch were quickly dls
Charlie Chllllngwort'i certainly is
to be thanked for the treat he gave
the newspaper nieli yeiterdny, and
besides being n good fellow, ho III
ways takes the greatest Interest In
sports ot all kinds,
There were many mistakes made
iu connection with jcstcrday'i rucu
nnd some of tho details and ar
rnngemonts were Imperfect. Some
of the cyclists and runners had no
clothing to return to town In, ns
their grips had not been put on
board the train at Honolulu. Then
there were no rubbers to manage
tho limbs ot the tired nthletos, and
"kliks" wero being registered nil
oer the place.
There Is some talk of declaring
the Mnrathon a "no race" on ac
count of Knoo and Hayes running
the long route, However, It was
not domes' fault that the other men
i made n mistake, and It would bo
tough on hlni to deprive him (ft his
Then, In tho hlc)cte race. It Is
"The Two Jacks"
said Unit th'o Jnp.incFC winner l,
tw cuts -two years nt Rc and there
fore too old for the Junior event 111
Is rnther late In tho day to bring up
a question ol age. Ills eniry whs.
nccepted for the race, and there was
no talk of burring him nut before
the ran- was finished. I
The act mil winners nnd times lhe
made nru ns follows:
Senior Bicycle Race.
(1. M. Addlfon .
IP Williams . .
C. I'adekln . . .
K. Ilnrnnu . . . .
Junior Bicycle Race.
1. Isamurn Karuki ..2 17
2 Hilton Mngoon .... 2 20
3. Henry Decker ....2 22
4 (leorge (Inlbrnlth ..2 23
r,. Arthur llnntUt ...2 31
Ilr. Mln Sec.
I Vincent domes ...4 4B 10
2. Nigel Jncksun S 1ft 2"
3. Kengler " 3ft 1 1
4. Connie Hn)ei ....5 4ft 1"
The special train consisted or
three coaches, and about two hun
dred people made the trip down to
llnlelwa. A fine luitMi was pro
ivlded at th hotel, and Manager
Kimball did all he could for hU
guests. The trip home wns made In
good time, nnd eerbody wns In J
jolly mood all the wny Iu.
The ChUllngworth outfit returned
In record-breaking time and went
straight out to tho league grounds,
where the baseball gnme was tuken
In. It was a fine dn)'s sport alto
gether, and eterone had n good
"SAILOR" ROBERTS 100
Wrestling Match Worse to Watch
Than Gory (Hove Battle Two
Boxinp; Matches End in Draw.
On Satlirday night at the I'rlncesa
Rink thu much talked-tif wrestling
match between Roberts and l)etlmcr
wus pulled int. and the "Sailor"
showed how good ho Is at the ma(
game, b) throwing his opiioncnt twlc.
Tho first lull took 14 mluutc-a, and wn
only gained after some exciting stunt'
which worked the npectulors up and
made them cll
The second fall went to Robert
who got the horrible "toe grip" nnd
gme Dettmtrs tho choice of IhhIiik
his foot broken or turning over on lilt.
shoulders. The pain that IX'ltmers
must haw suffered must huvo been
Intense, and he nt last alter eight
minutes of ugnn had to give In, Tho
exhibition was li.utal and It was far
worse than seeing one pug flatten an
other's nose and cut his ees open.
Snrcnnt uud Schuman opened the
ball with ii four-round boxing conies.
nnd neither man showed much science
Sarconl did a Irltlc better work, and
In the fourth round had totalled up
enough poln-s to counterbalance tho
lead thil S-'cliunnn had gained In the
earlier s tes. Jack Scully, the rel
erce gte a correct derision when ho
called tho bout ft draw
Tho next spasm was between Miller
nnd Nelson nnd It surely was n rough
job from tho start to finish. Tho
ngieement wns Hint If both men wero
on their feet at the Mulsh, that the
bout should be colled t draw. Nelson
had much tho better of thu fight right
Ihiough uud ho cut Miller up badly
In the last round Miller wns very
grogg) but he fought gamely nnd niun
nged to be standing up when the "
ended. On points thu fight was Nel
son's by a mile, but no other decision
hut a drnw could be given on nccniiut
of tho understanding arrived at he-
torn the fight started.
There wero several hundred fight
funs present but nothing like what
would have attended If the weather
had been fine,
it n i:
AMEhlCAN HIS MEN
TO MY ONCE
National Association Goes on Record
as Challenger for the Davis
Ni:V YORK A definite decision h.is
been reached and the United States
will again ho a challenger for tho
Dwlght T Davis Internutlonnl tenuU
trophy now held In Australia, sas un
exchange. At the animal meeting of
the National l.hwu Tennis Association
In this city last month mi action wns
taken on this matter, but Atrstrallu has
now been Informed thut u team will bo
sent this )eur.
This, tho elovcnth jenr of the fam
ous cup's history, promises to find this
count r making a moro determined ef
fort to win the trophy than over be
fore Whllo Dr. James Dwfght ot
Uoston, pii'sldent of tho association
llobert II. Wrenn of New York and
William J Clothier of l'hlladelphla
are to servo on tho committee, iu
charge, ot tho dvtulls ot the team, there
will be uulllur) nieiubeia, Including
probably, Trederlck O. Anderson of
Heading, I'a.; William A l-irned, tho
national champion, and Frederick II
Alviiandcr of the cup team of 1908.
Tho experience gained by two jears
of Journolng and plu)lng In Australia
Open Every Afternoon and Evening
(20 Miles 385 Yards)
SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 21
For the McCandless Trophy and a
Handsome Gold Medal
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at this time complications appear to
havu arisen, especially with regard to
tho other nations that may challenge.
So far as Is known England will be tho
on!) other, and It Is tho contention
of the Ililtons that this nation should
send Its team to lximlnn this jonr for
tho jirellnilunr tics This detail re
mulns to bo settled later, but tho be
lief prcMills thut this jour both Inter
national ties und cup challenge
malcheH will be decided In Aiistrnlh
The International mutches will Ua
held on thomirtH nt Chrlslchiirch, N.
55. The matches last enr wore .it
Sdiicy, uud tho previous ear at .Mel
bourne Another possible change may
be iu tho personnel of the defending
teiun, ns both Anthony V Wilding and
Norman i: llrookes have signified u "
wish lo turn over the safeguarding of
tho cup to others Wilding Is nlnioM
sure to bo out of It., as flo Is now In
i:iiniH Tho two to tnko thulr places
are A W Duiilop and It. W. Heath,
both Victorians, who hnvo shown ex
cellent form In championship competi
tions Another feature of tho American ar
rangemontH this jenr Is tho probable
defraying of tho team's expenses by
subscription among the clubs. This
was dono in 1900, tho ear Frederick
O Anderson was In charge of thu
team It Isc part of tho program this
season to hno the team selected an
early as possible, so that the challeng
ing plnors may obtain tho greatest
unioimt or practice together
DOTS AND DASHES.
The Military League started up
on Saturda Inst, ittid although only
ono game wag phied, u good-sized
crowd turned out ut tho league
grounds The maldi was between
the Klrsl Ueglment. N 1) H., mid
the Marines, and the former team
lost out by a score of 2 to S, Tho
.Marines were too strong for the new
nine of the Guards, and Harry's No.
2 lleauts wrt'iit down In defe.it.
The Fori Shatter bateball plujcrs
could not gel a pitcher for Saturday
lust, nnd consequent!) the game
against the Fifth Cavalry did not
tuko place However, Lieutenant
How en has fecured the services of
nn old league plaer. who Is with
the regiment, nnd the Shatter bos
will surcl) play Iu thu game next
A wireless mestuge was received
b Hon ()uong this morning, and It
is to the effect that the Asiatic base
bull iiIiih won their match with the
Morning Stars nt Wulluku by a corn
of 1C to 11 Sam Hop's bunch 'PfllfW
tome to beat tho Maul lads, and all
the Honolulu fans will ho glad to
hear tho news. ,,
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