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WAIALUA HORSE TOO
FAST FOR OTHERS
ANTONE KAOO WINS FIFTEEN-MILE BACE IN EASY FASHION
ORNELLAS RUNS IN GAME
Antono Kaoo onco mora proved
his speed of (out aver any distance
by jestordny defeating twelve other
runner who tackled Mm over a ftf
tccn-mllo courtic. Tlio old Walalun
Horse rim his usuiil rnio and, Btrl'l
Ing uloiiK In easy fashion, looked
from thu start like u winner. Tin'
old wonder nover stopped omu fm
refreshment or a nil) down; ho wns
on llio track to cocr the distance
as quickly as ho could, and he cor--'
talnly did well considering (he wet.
henv) track. Kaoo cut out tlio fif
teen milcH In 4 hour M minutes
32 1-2 rceonds, and won by n mar
gin of 3 minutes 18 seconds from
that game little runner Orncllns.
who Untuned scond. Jim Hau took
third place after a great struggle
with Connie Ha)cs. and Dil l'ahy
flnlslicd behind lln)cs In fifth place.
The program was opened by n
walking raco ier ono mile, and In
It Hullhnn, Ajics, l'ahy and nosa
started. The track waH heavy nnd
(ho rain rcll Btcadlly. Still, at half
past thrco o'clock tlio hccl-and.too
non stopped onto tlio track.
The courko was llvo laps to tho
mllo, and tho men Btartcil out at a
faBt clip to cover the dlstanco. Ayrc
right at tho start lilt up n good
pace, and tin and Htilllvan led Kahy,
with Rosa rapidly drawing astern
The Unit lap was covered In 1 mln.
34 see, and Sullivan led Ayrcnvb)
Mx fcctovCr the line, l'ahj was
rivo ynrtlVticttlnrf, and ltosa twenty.
Tho second Ian was cut out by Sill
livan with A) res hanging on at hU
heels; Kahy had dropped behind
Home more, nnd ltosa wns a long
way In tho rear.
' The third lap saw Sullivan do a
fast sprint and get away from A) re
and Icavo u gnp of ten ards ba
twecn the pnlr. Then camo l'ahy,
with ltosa nut of the raco oltogcth
cr. After the third lap had been
covered In 5 mln. 4 sec. by Sullivan,
with Ayrcs right on his heels as the
line was crossed, tho raco became
exciting, and It looked as If Iho vet
eran walker had u chanca of defeat
ing Sulllvin. Tho fourth lap saw
tho two locked together and not u
yard separating them. Doth wcro
oxtended to their utmost, and It
was seen that tho finish was going
to be n close one. it took 6 mln.
54 sec, to do four laps, and the two
leaders In tho race wcro walking
Tho fifth and last Ian was cut out
at a fast cll, and at no tlmo wns
there more than n couple of feet sep
prating tho men. Sullivan waB
walking In excellent fashion, and
A) res was doing his usual profes
sional stjlo of work. Tlio vctoriin
walker nover let -up In his nctlon,
and It was a treat to wutch hi in
cocr tlio ground.
Tor tho whole of the lnt lap Sul
livan and Ayres put In their best
licks, and for every Inch of the way
the two kept close together. In
tho last hundred yards Ayrcs camo
up level with Sullivan, nnd then
the two Bet their teeth nnd mado
for the tape Sullivan put In a last
effort, and, within six feet of tho
finish, he was leading by a chest.
Doth men hurled themselves at the
worsted, nnd although tho Judges
called It n dead heat, Sullivan seem
ed to win by a few Inches. How.
e'er, It was a great finish to a good
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MANNER HAU GETS THIRD
raco, and the dead heat decision l
tho Judges' business and their word
settles things The hend-hcatcrx
time for tho mllo was 8 mln. 39 sec.
l'ahy took ten sotnnds longer, and
It'intf'tuiip oled tlje Journey In 'J
mln. 10 sec.
' During tho Initial between tin
walking riue and the flftecn-mllo
event, John Anderson of megaphone
fame Introduced P.it Conin nnd
Hans ,N't'lK)n to the crowd. John
.in lion in cd Hint the two liotcrs had
beon matched to fight mi the evening
of Juno II at tho Aloha l'ark,
(lorman having dropped out of tho
race owing to a heavy cold, Will
more, his trainer, took his place.
All tho other' men started In the
rare, nnd twelve men faced tho
starter. As roon us the pistol was
lred by Mayor I-'crn. Orucllis Jump
ed Into tho lend and, running In
prctt fashion, led for mile nftor
mllo. In fuel, there wcro on1 two
men who led dining tho whole raco.
and thev were Orncllns and Kaoo.
Tho first mllo waH cut nut b Or
ncllas In six minutes, nnd the irc
oml man was I'nhy. with Kaoo, run
ning cnMly, on hl heels The rest
if Iho field was scattcicd all over
iho tin'h, mid Krcltas bad d lopped
Into last place. Charlie bid done
some line sprinting nnd had brought
Iho ginudHtnnd spectators, to their
feet by the way In which he chill
ngivl Tally ii IliindX I - J.ird
dashes ever Itlllo "inb. " v
The second mllo saw Orncllns still
In tho lead and running strong. He
has a po'nllnr action, hut rovers
the ground a( n good fast pace. Tlio
time for tho two miles was 13 mln
17 sec, and Kano, Hu'cs and Jack-
ton followed Omcllas In the order
Orneltas led again at (he third
mile, with Hayes, ICuoo and Jark-
sou running nearest to him. The
rest of tho bunch wcro a long waj
behind, and, except Unit, seemed to
bo out of Iho rHie. domes, who won
the Halciwa race, ran In heavy fash
Ion, and although ho looked like
Ktnjlng to tho finish. It was seen
that he wan not fast enough to keep
up with tho hunch of faster men
Kaoo passed tho stnrting point
nhcad of over body at the end of
Iho fourth mile, hut Ornollas ngaln
took the lead soon afterwards liases
wns running In third place, and
.InckKin, a long way behind, fourth
Hau was Improving his position, and
although n long way In the rear.
was running Ilka a muchlne and
looked to have a gnoif chance of get
tine Into tho first thrco.
Klvo mltca'saw Orncllns leading
tho Meld, with Kaon following like
n shadow. Tho old champion was
running beautifully, and Judges of
the samo saw that. Iiarrlnc accl
dents, the Wlilalua Horso would
win, as ho nearly nhvajs has In tho
past, Hajeg was striding along as
If In pain, nnd a question elicited
tho fact that somo kind of stoiua-h
trouble had attacked him.
Jackson Uses Oxvccn Machine.
Nigel Jackson dropped off tho
track at live miles and took n' whiff
at the oxygen which was contained
In two largo tanks. Tho Marathon
Kid putted and breathed hard for
some minutes, and lost a lap whlto
doing i-o, K.iliy remarked as ho
ran past tho spot where the ran-
chine wns: "Take plenty, kid; jou'll
need It. I.lttlc Charlie i aiked
If ho wanted some of the dope, and
ho replied; "No, sir; me plenty of
wind Inside. No like the gin gas.'
At six miles Orncllns still was In
the lead, and Kaoo Irnlle.J nlong
behind him. The old native wonder
wus running In perfect nt'te, nnd
reined as fresh ns when he started.
Connie Ha)cs wns third, and appear
ed to have gotten over his plllkla,
He was looking well, and his friends
began to think that ho might get
Orncllas led Kaon by a )nrd as
tho seventh mllo was finished, ind
the rest of tho runners wcro In tho
same positions. Gomes had dropped
further nstcrn nnd did nut seem to
hao much chance.
At the halfwit) mark Kaoo took
tho lead, and tho fcctcu and a half
miles wcro toveied In 48 mln. 32
From the, halfuaj mark In the
end of the raco Kaoo led, and cer)
stride Increased his lead on the rent
Orncllns stuck to bis guns In game
fashion, but It was seen that the
old Watalun llorso had the rarn safe.
Orncllas, looked good for second
place, and Interest centered In llajes,
Hau and l.ihy, who wcro nil run
nlng In great form.
The ten-mile, mark wns thrown
behind 111 1 hr. I mln. 31 sic, nnd
Komi looked as fresh as o'er. Or
ncU.is iwas still tccond, and Ha'CB
third. Jim Hau had crept up Into
fourth place, and wns running like
I 'r oni the tenth lo the end of the
fourteenth mllo there wns no nllcr
itlon In the positions of tho men.
Kudo led, Ornellas ran second, Hajcs
was being rnlpdly overhauled b
Hau, and Kali) was running number
In the, last mllo Kano quickened
up his stride and, running well, In
leased bis lead over Orncllas. The
aid, follow jin entering the last lap
was handed tho Stars nnd Stripes,
and he proudly carried It around to
tho finishing point of the race. Kaoo
finished perfectly fiesh and evident
ly ready to do another ten miles
light nwn), Tho old fellow covered
the distance In fine fashion, and only
had one opponent to treat seriously.
Orncllas finished second, and then
nil cjes were on Hnjcs and Hau as
they raced around tho last lap. Two
bundled yards from homo the men
were level, hut suddenly Hnu put
In a tremendous sprint and dashed
over the Una as If ho were only fin
ishing n hundred-yard run.. Ilajcs
could not imistcr up a sprint at tho
Mulsh, and ho trotted In fourth In
tho nice. Kah) lontlnucd tor an
other lap, and then put In a won
dorful sprint for tho line, which he
crossed at a great rata of speed.
All tho other runners had dropped
nut of the race nt different stngca.
and Jackson, who was tho only ono
lo use tho oxygon machine, pulled
out ut ten miles. Gomes quit at
eight miles, nnd appeared to bo hav
lug trouble with one of his IcgB,
Charlie also dropped out at. ton
miles. Ho remarked nB ho made his
way to tho dressing rooms; "Mo no
chance pllze today, more bettor quit,
another time orrrlghl.
Knoo was given a great reception
nt tlio finish of the race, nnd Or
nollas also was cheered for his game
run. Hau camo In for congratula
tions on the fine run ho put up, and
thore Is no den) lug that this run
tier has n great future ahead of him
It lie sticks to the loug-diBtanca
Tho officials of tho meeting wore;
Judges, Williamson, lllll War
linni, I. Huron, G. Ilelnecko. J, I'or
ris, W. Chilton, Jack Scully, C. I'
IChllllngworth and V, L. Stevenson;
j timer, ucn hmiiiukvi ; miiiiuiiiu-vi,
johu Anderson; ncoror. Will Iros-
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Wfnncr Played Goo-, Steady Ten.
nU Right Through Tournament
Indies' Singles and Mixed
Ycilterday afternoon. , although
most pcopla gmo up all hope of tho
flnulu or tho douhlo championship
being plu) cd, tlio evont rnmo off on
the llcrelnnlii rtnirU. Mont of tho
peoplo who wnuld hnvo liked to Inn a
Been tho mutch had abandoned nil
hope of tennis being placd, nmj had
gone lo tho league grounds to watch
the fifteen mllo ru-c.
Ilowovor, tho tcleiilHini was cnlled
Into requisition, and tho two palm
Cooke CcKike and Nnuell-Htcore
wended their ny lo tho courts. The
Cooko brothers proved altogether
loo strong for the ot,her comhlna
Hon and they won tluee set
straight 6 0, C-4, r, 4. Tho play
wns not brilliant, but tho winners
plujcl n remnrknbly steady game,
and made tienrly all their Btrokcs
lly defeating NpkoII and Steoro.
Iho Cookn hrothQis bciomo tho hold .
eia of tho championship nf llnwnll,
and they well desorvo tho title
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throuch the tuurnamont.
Thcro worn come tennis cnthusl
aits preeeul nt tho clubhouse,,, an J
among them wns Will Itolb, former
chmnpIonnf the Islands. He return
cd jesterdny morning from a main
land trip, and at onco took In tho
tennis, V. It, CjsIIo and Rovoral
other well-kmittji men sat on tho
loual, mid they nil took tho greatest
Intcrcot In tho match. Tho next
tournament will bo tho ladles' sin
gles, followed by the yilxed doubles
and ladles' doubles ljntrles close
(or tho singles tomorrow, and oomo
interesting matches should bo Been
during the week.
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been deprived of ono lap In the fllteua
miles race At leavt fie says that ho
was told that Jim ilau s credited
with ono lap too much at tho twelfth'
mile However, other people besides
tho scorer wcru watching tho runncra
and board, mid it fo fairly Burn that
Hnu bent Hnycs ou (ho square!
that no mlstdko vub made.
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