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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, MAY 251919
PER S.S. WlLHELMINA
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MANY RUNNERS IN
ARE NOW ASSURED
Kaoo and All the Stars 'in Race
Oxygen Machine to Be Used
Kaoo Running Well Heel and
Toe Men Busy.
.Nigel Jackson la, hard ut work on
the flftccn-mlle raco which Is tu
tnko iilace at (ho league ground on
Monday, May 30. All tliu arrange
ments have been made, anil tho ruco
promises tu bo tho most exciting and
fastest ever run In Hawaii.
The oxygon ninchlno will bo on
tho ground, and all the men who
tnko a sniff at the gas will, accord
Ing to Jackson, get out on tho track
again and run each succeeding milt)
faster than ever. Jackson says that
the man who docs not use tho oxy
gen will not have a chance In the
race, and that the full dlstanco will
be run In about one, hour twenty-five
All tho runners nro out on tho
track every afternoon, und sumo
strenuous runs arc put up by the
men. Little "Charllo," tho game lit
tle Chinese, Is running wcll and he
paddles around smiting as usual.
''Suppose me get ten dollar alright.1
Suppose me cntch fifty dollar alright.
Mo try lun all the time alright," Is
the way Charllo sums tho raie up.
Connie Hayes Is running very.
well, and It Is hard to figure on any
one beating him. lie can do tho
distance In good time without oxy
gen,' and -with a whiff of tho dopo he
can run away from himself. Or
ncllas'ls also doing great times over
tho fifteen-mile course, -and ho
bounds along at about the samo
rate as .Downey usod to' when at his
best. , This runner will mako the
whole outfit movo their legs oxygen
or no oxygen.
Gomes, ' who won the Halelwa.
Marathon, 'Is In fine shape, and he
feels sure that he can beat the bunch
that will go up against him. Kaoo
Is also running well, and the old
champion will take some beating,1
too. The "Walalua Ilorso" is n
wonder over any distance from
twenty-five yards to twcnty-flvo
miles, and tho younger men will
have Ip keep an eye on the old fel
low for every Inch of tho fifteen. mile
It would surprise nobody to seo
Kaoo add ono more first prlzo to his
long list, and everybody Would bo
glad to see hlni sprint In first over
the winning line.
The walking race hns attracted
half; a doxen men, and the best heel-and-toe
men In the Territory have
entered for the event. Ajres and
Sullivan will be two stars who will
onco more fight It out on' the track,
nd a dark horse from Hllo Is also
thinking of starting In the race.
Fourteen men are in a'cllvo train
ing for tho fifteen-mile race, and
there' Is every prospect of them all
starting. Tho final entry list will
be published In a day or so, and It
Is thought that ull the best men
will take a chanco at tho race
Last Sunday a meeting pf the run
ners was held, and tho division of
the prlzo money. agreed to. Jack
son, who made the race possible, was
allowed a fair-sized sum for adver
Using purposes, and the rest of the
bunch; will get good coin for their
Rather eat a cold potato in a wood
shed or a plate of "French -fried" at
home? There's a lot in the way
things are served. Our service is the
' it o.? ,
j Hotel near fort
f,JT-' ,.vl Ji,trWArtiiftila. ,t!A.Htet-liiafc
it h n h-h it ti tt h tt tt n tt is it
it l .
ti Secretaries and
St athletic clubs arc
managers of It
vitod tO BCDtt
it In tho dates of any, events which tt
it they may be. getting up, for In- it
ti sertlon under thojrabovo head, it
I Address all communications to it
ti tho Sporting Edltof, I) U 1 1 o 1 1 n. M
ti Baseball, tt
tt MIMTATIY UEAOUK. it
it May 28 Marines Vs. fort Shaf- tt
tt tcr; N, 0. II. vs.lllosnlial Co. ti
tt May 29 Fort Shaffer vs. Cavalry, ti
PLANTATION LKAtlUK. tl
it May 29 Walpnhu vs. Walanael ti
it I-Jwa vs. Walalu . ' tt
it Oahu Le cue. it
it ATHLETIC PARK, tt
it MAy 27 J. A. C vs. Mainland it
tt Nino. tt
it May 23-1'. A. C. vs. C. A. C: it
Marines vs. J. ;
n M -
n.k.. i.. i... m-
tt May 29-Mu ltck vs. Palamas; ttlCBn c,,Jo' themselves. Superintend
tt Asahls vs. C. A. 3. Jrs. tt e."1 .You"B ?' , Kaplolanl Park U
rt Bchool L ague. it
it May 28 Kams vt -Puns; Highs tt
tt vs. Saints: a
U INTERNATIONAL (IAMBS. ti
it July 3 Waseda VHOahu League, tt
it Skating MaVathon. tt
tt May 30 Princess Rink. it
it Golfi ::
tt couNTimcLun. tt
tt May 31 IJogcy Tournament. it
it June 11 Four Hall Tournament, ti
tt iionolult cr.un.
tt May 31 Match P ly.
Si Juno 19 Fourdbm ,
tt Crick t.
it Mar 28 Opening of tease
it Tenna. tt
tt May 2f, 27, 28 Ar inal champion- it
ti i-hlp. ' ti
it June 11 Progre slvo Tourna- Ji
it merit. it
ti Vaehtl ia. tt
tt June B Maofarlar 3 Cup. tt
tt Jnno.t6 Oovemc ' Cup Race, tt
tt July 6 Sea WrentRaco. tt
tt Trap Shooting. It'
tt Juno 1 Weekly Clip,
it , Horr .Mting.
tt n- WAILDKU."
it July 4 Inter-Island meet.
it Transpacific Yacht Race. tt
tt July 9 Start from Ban Pedro. tt
it World' Championship Fight. U
it July 4-r-Janies Jeffries vs. Jack tt
it Johnson. "it
tt 'Polo. . tt
m Ai,a,.i-.inipr.ii.,',i .Tnn,.mmii m
Entrles closed Jact night for the
... .......... ....I, .,.. ..,... ......
1, N. Jackson; 2, J., Hau; 3, Dal
Kahy: 4.'c. K. Charlie; n, K. Enoa;
6, Malsaka; 7, II. Gorman; 8, Con
nie Hayes; 9, C. KrcltusJ 10, Ornol
las; 11, 0. Kaaea; 12, Antono Kaoo;
13, V. Gomes; it, If.' M. Ayrcs.
1, It. M. Ayrcs; 2, Dal Kahy: 3,
N. Jackson; 4, L. ltosn; S, Hill llul
hul; G, Cbas. Urede; 7, Pat Walch!
8, tJardlu; 9, Dick Sullivan.
ti it tt
DOTS AND DASHES'. '
:....r ""u "" '""""""r'a "ng Ir.Vtho days sport, and a couple
Polo shows every sign of booming mfcT Mom, n ,a hM ,,,.
his" coming season, and the f,Cd u ,h(J eventg ,0 be rudi ,herB
ing newplayers will be seen on the w Ue , n R o
Held: Dr. Hedemann Arthur Oil- ,, park , ,, ,, ,,,
man, Robert McCorrlston, Lieut. J.'when lho horBCg Mart training.
u. noser ana seve ai ouiers - naroiu
Cast e s also said to bo thinking of
playing. The regular men-Wal er
Dillingham, John etnlng, Dr. laid-
win aim ouni imium -win uw uuum
be Been on the field.
Jack Scully has not yet received
an auswer to his cable to Hugh Mc -
In tosh, but oxpcctB to do so very
soon. Tho fact that Mcintosh has
the Alms, of the l)urns-Johnson fight
with him, Is very Interesting to Ho-
nolulu sports, and an exhrflltlon of
the pictures should draw a big house
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KAFIOLANI PARK TO
BE PUT IN USE
Meeting of Horsemen Called for
Monday Evening All Those In
terested in Sport Requested to
Ttans for tho proposed horse races
to be held ou July 4 at Kaplolant
Park aro rapidly being' gono on with.
ium cvcryuiiiig points 10 a success-
mi mceuug at winch local people
mowing iiiucu .merest in ino com
ing raco meeting, and ho will get
the track into as good shapo as pos
slb.o. At least eight running horses and
four trotters will tako part In tho
different ovents, and the owners of
these animals have signified thilr In
tention of giving a hand to got the
ball started In the racing lino once
mure. Several letters have been re
eelved from, Hllo In regard tu the
meeting, and It Is possible that at
least Ihreo horses will come down
fium the Italny City to run at Kn-
Some fifteen gentlemen who are
deeply Interested In horse racing
have been approached on the sub
Ject of the meeting, for tho Fourth,
and they all agree that the Hum has
come for an 'attempt to he made In
establish on Oahu the sport of kings.
Hawaii and Maul havei regular
race meetings which draw largo
crowds., hut .Oahu. with the capital
tt.of the group situated on It, has-noth
Ing of the sort, and has had nothing
A meeting has been called for
Monday evening at the Young Ho
tel, and all horsemen and those In.
tcrcsted In the sport are Invited to
attend and make suggestions; A
st ifii'imiice win uo suiucicu, huh uiii
tticlals detailed to tako charge of thfc
I The motor cyclists are also com-
of races tor the fast little machines
are spoken of. Dill Chilton, Ilergrr
and a couple of other neck-or-noth-Ing
rldors will be on tho spot, und
the paco they will get up will as
tonish tho vpccta(ors who havo, not
been following up motorcycling
Tho horse races will be watched
with Interest, and as the whole
show will bo free and the prizes Uo
nated by followers of the game, some
fine clean sport should be seen, Sts
bllng accommodation for u number
of horses has been arranged for uear
IIim a-uf-tcitlf anil u,wi,i in llm
e bw wll0 tnke8 any lu,ert
,n (he bcst a1( m()Bt Kctng ,(wrt
0 B h beUer alton(J , mMtng
ut , ofl Mon(J nJght
tt it tl
The, standing of the' School (earns
la as' follows:
1 Won. Lost
St. Iiulg 2
Royal ,.. .-, . '1
Training ..... ...0
"The Two Jatiks"
"BIG (MET WRITES ID
RED BOT FASllOlf
Plain Talk From Well-KnowiiVBall
. Player Speaks of 1003, Cham
pionship. Sporting Editor, Evening I) u I
Ictln: Dear Sir: An article ap
peared In this morning's Advertiser
which seemed to Intlmato that tho
St, 1-ouls and Punahou teams had
been barred from competing In the
Oahu League with tho expected Jap.
ancso .team. Tho writer docs not so
understand It, hut thinks tho teams
have been admitted under the same
terms as the Oahu league teams.
That would bo only fair and rea
sonable. Certainly, If tho Japanese
defeated tho Oahu teams, they could
not claim tho championship of the
Islands without meeting nonio of the
so-called "big league" teams, for,
with all due respect to tho Oahu
league, the class of ball put up
there Is not equal to what homo of
the teams at the oilier grounds can
play. In a way It would bo advisa
ble to play one or two games at the
old grounds, for certainly the turf
diamond Is far and away superior to
the Oahu ground.
Tho writer In tho morning, paper
states that Interest In the-old Hono
lulu league waned because the St.
Loujs outclassed all other teams.
This Is Indeed news. Even as lalo
as 1908 It will be remembered that
the Punahous had a comfortable lead
for tho championship when tho sea
son was declared off, against tho ob
jcctlon of Punahou.
Tho St. Louis thcrctoro "claimed
tho championship," being tho chain
pious of 1907. Right here It might
bo remarked that less talk nbout
championships, fewer promiscuous
challenges for championships, anil
more good, clean baseball Is what
the public wants.
To como down to cold facts, tho
old Honolulu leaguo blew up hecauso
oi anaiory (acnes, jochaying unu
professionalism. Those who watched
the season of 1903 aro convinced
the championship was thrown to
Kamehameha because of tho Jockey
ing of tho St. Louis. Scores and
ejcwltnesses tell the talc.
From then on, Interest gradually
waned until" people got disgusted
.With the mucker baseball,, uiijustih-
Ihble kicking, and desire for gate
receipts exhibited by two of tho re
maining four teams In tho old
league. This, combined with the
all-year-round baseball at the Oahu
league, has killed tho possibility of
a good, snappy anil clean season ai
the old leaguo grounds.
There aro still sume players who
would enter a season at the old
grounds for the puro sport of the
game, but until tho objectionable
players are rooted out of their re
spective teams, and tho great Amer
ican gamo hero put on, a cleaner
basis, any revival of tho old Ho
nolulu leaguo would bo, a mistake,
and a worso farce than tho so-called
season of 1909, with Its "champion,
ship." ' RIO LEAGUER.
Men Are Signed Up for a Fifteen
Hound Go at Aloha Park Mc
Fadden Managing Show.
Jack McFadden has got to work
quickly with regard to a match for
Pat Cornyn. Nelson of Camp Very
will behe man that Pat will first
meet In the local' rliig. ' The nfen
have been matched to box fifteen
rounds at catchwelghts, on the night
of June 11, and tho contest will ,be
brought oft at Aloha Park.
Nelson has been very successful In
the local ring, and he has a long list
nf ulnln.la. In ttln rrn.lll lift It II It
of victories to his credit, lie has
answered every question put him In
the squared circle, and Is duo tu bo
matched against u bettor man who
wllltry him out properly.
Pat Cornyn Is well known to most
people from the CoaBt, and he, aa an
amateur, did good work In Califor
nia. Ho then blossomed out in the
rauks of the prr.fesslonaj, and held
Ills own. Ills advent hero will be
jvatched with Intorest, and. JX.J'Q'
Is anything llko Ills brother, Dick
Sullivan, he will bo welcomed lo tho
city by everyone. Cornyn Is taking
n trip to Australia, but after tie onco
sees Honolulu, nil thoughts of cross
ing thy equator wll leave tho young
McKadden Is arranging', for 'two.
preliminaries, and liaB Simmons, Bar
conl, llaoa and several other men
in sight. The show promises to bo
a good one, and no doubt the Aloha
Park wll bo crowded lo the doors
with fight fans.
DOTS AND DASHES,
The officials for the fifteen-mile
race at the league grounds on May
30 will be as follows! Judges, W,
IT,' Ilawllns. V. L. Stevenson, Percy
Ileiuon, FjiAi BqardmanauWj War
ham ana August Helnceko. The
walking judges aro Peto Uaron, W.
Chilton and C. Q, IUrtlett., . The
timekeepers, jvill "ha Den Ifolllnger,
lien ClaHsa and J. W. W. Vf. Drew
Jliwaiian Opera House
The McRae Stock Co.
Monday, Tuesday and
"The Taming of the
Song and Dance Artists
F, M. KAHEA
.. ANE HILA-
Hawaiian Nightingale ' '
After Five Years' Tour of the Keith
New York Circuit, Featuring
OLD HAWAIIAN MELODIES
10, 10 and 25 Cents
Corner Nunanu and Pauahl Streets
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY ,
McOBATH AND PAIGE, Favorite
B0WE AND MAYO, Comedians
Fort Street Below Bcretanla -.
. .CAHL WALLNER
Whistler, Singer and German ,
Admission.... So.) 10c 15;.
ROSE and ROSE
Royal Hawaiian Dno
From the Orpherun. San Francises
Premier Pianist of .the Far East
"Get .the Habit"
-LEARN TO ROLLER SKATE
sler. Bcjiator C. V. Chllllngworth
will officiate as refcred; John Ander
son will announce, and Lester Petrle
Will ,lo clork of tho course.
It will bo heard with regrot that
My Uilhch Ncstnr, the beautiful prlzo
bull bitch. Imported by O, H. Wll-
JlknisTa couple ot weeks ago, died
yesicruay. me uucn .was yaiueu ui
$500, and was n tine type ot tho bull
There will be no weekly cup shoot
at tho Kakaako traps this afternoon,
as the Hawaiian Clim Clnh has post
poned Us meeting pit account of tho
death of V. V. Hall.
Maul came through In her usual
good style as regards the trans-Pa-'
elite yacht race, and no less than
1500 wus cpntflb.utjsdby; .the eoqcU
hearted sports of the Valley Islands ,
. r - " :-rY x
Ed Orlffln, utility pitcher aii out-,,
fielder ot the Saif Friiiclsco teatn,-haY '
beep turned over to tho Ban Vroti;j
cl:co State League team