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Mill I JACKSON
MARATHON KID HAS PADDY WALSH TO TRAIN HIM
MEETING TO BE HELD AT WHICH ARRANGEMENTS
i WILL BE MADE FOR RACE.
, Marathon Jackson wan neon lust
bight in connection with the pro
moted ruco with Kaoo. "Yen, air,"
Remarked tho wonderful Nuw ZtM
laudvr, who ho autounded the pcoplu
of Hawaii a llttlo over a ju.ir and
a halt ubo, when lie won tho first
illalclwa marathon, "1 wuu pltascit to
scc that Kaoo's tnanagc'r (amo
throuRh and accepted my challenge
to a raco over fifteen miles, and for
a purse of $10 a side. Let mo In
tioiluca )ou to my manager, Mr.
1'addy Walsh; he is looking after my
affairs Just now." Thero was no
need (if un Introduction, however, us
the old Irlbhmuu, who won Innumer
able luces lu Australia years ugo,
wus well known to thu 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n
Ouco tho runner, mumigcr and
newspaper man got together, there
'was nimh talk of what Jackboit had
done lu the prist against Kaoo. Jack
son has It all llgured out that' he Is
too good for the otd Walaluu' Horse,
and that if tho proposed race' Is run
about tho middle of October, tho na
tive wonder will ho beaten.
"I w'nnt lo uipct Knoo's manager,"
uald Nigel, "and then vu can talk
oer tho affair from stmt to llnlsh.
I will get f 150 and put It Up If Kaoo
does tho tunic. A raco between us
should draw a big ciowtl. 1 fuuey
tho Athletic I'ark as tho place to pull
tho ni'.u oft ut. ilowoScr, tho league
grounds would do just as well If
everybody wishes It to. I consider
that 1 should have a chutico at Kaoo
over llttccn miles, and then, If 1
heal him, I should hlivo u go ut' Sol
dier King, who Is to arrive In Ha
waii on October -I."
Jackson Is Determined.
1'uddy Walsh has arranged a
schcdulo for Jucksou's training
stunts, and It IooKh llko u railroad
tlinctuhle. livery second ot Nigel's
tlniu has been arranged for, and If
ho utlcks to tho figures that aie
made out, ho can not but help laud
ing In Hint In tho llftcen miles raco,
with u margin ot 11) 2-S seconds to
Jaikbou Is a determined man ouco
ho settles down to proper training,
and as ull thoughts ot oxygen have
been eliminated, tho nrosnects uro
'that the mail who won three, mora.
thons will turn out on tho track in
better condition than ho did when
last ho mot Kaoo and a hunch of
otliorn at the leuguo grounds early
in tho year.
Kaoo is still down at Walaluu,
hut, Is kept, In touch with thlngg'hy
Blmcrsou, who is acting iia tho old
chaniplon's manager and trainer. An
tone Is working hard ut his calling
as a fisherman, and ho Is glad to
hear that ho will have a chance of
going up agaliut tho Soldier Won
der, who Is reported to bo such a
good man. Kaoo thinks ho can low
er thu colors of thu prldu of tho
army, and he will have nil Hawaii
roUlug-for him In tho most Import
ant lacu ot his cancer. i
Kaoo Is a Wonder,
it- has been tho regret ot every
1 Biom. anywhere'? downtown will take- you p ,tK
Right around the corner from Fort on Hotel
and there you are
"It's The Fashion"
The Two Jacks. Hotel near Fort
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KING ARRIVES 0E RACE 4AUFAH0EH0E START WILL BE '
i niviQATiiDnAV ue uniunim - UAnrciminAV
body that Kuoo was not taken In
hand yearb ago and matched ugulust
tho best long dlstumo runners In tho
world, Tho man is a natural-born
runner, and even inw, ut forty-six
yours of age, ho can beat everybody
In Hawaii ocr the marathon dis
tance. And as far us other dis
tances go, tho old fellow would mako
n'hugq succcrs of tho gamo If ho
wcro to run matches against other
men at every distance from ono hun
dred yards to the full marathon dis
tance. It would bo a safo bet that
Kaoo would win over UU por (cut.
of tho rutes hu took part lu us long
us thcio wore decent intervals be
tween. Anjono who saw Kuoo sprint tho
Inst hundred yards of tho tcn-mllo
raco against Tsukumoto, tho Japan
cso champion, must realize that the
old man is very fast otcr tho hun
Longdistance running has drawn
largq crowds to tho different grounds,
and now that a good man from the
mainland is ( (lining to compete, tho
game should boom along as if It wcio
Just stuitlng here. "All tho races
hero beforo have been between local
men, and oven then tho Interest has
been well sustained
Tho clianco of seeing Antono Kaoo
go up ugnliist u man of Soldier
King's reputation should bo grasped
by ocrybwly on Oahu and tho other
Islands, too; the raco should bo a
beaut), and all Hawaii will pin their
fajtlt on Kaoo.
l'adily Walsh and Slmcrsou will
get together tomonow or tho day
after, ami then tho details of tho'
race hutween Kuoo and Jackson will
bo seen to.
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It athletic clubs ar invited to send It
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It they may bo getting up, for In- Ifl
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II Oahu League,
It Sept. 25. U. S. M. vs. J,
II Sept 25. C. A. C. vs. I
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II Sopt. 25. Asahls vs. I'al.imau.
tl Sept. 25. Mu Hocks vs. C. A. U. tt
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II Oct. 23. Kour Hall, Koursomu. II. It
II O. C., Monualua. tt
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Sept. 21. Match. tt
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II Sept, 22, 15, O, Hall Cup. tt
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HA0LE CREW AND
K0NAS WILL TRY AGAIN
Evorybody Resting Up After
Regatta Day Mcalanis to
Settle Down to Ono Year's
There Is much sncculatluu u to
how tho haolo crew of innoo pad-'
dlers will fare with the Koua bunch
ot huskies when they meet on tho!
harbor next Saturday. Tho joutha
fium Wulklkl feel- confident that
If thoy had tho I'rluco's enuoo on llo
gattn Hay they would have figured
nearer tho llrst place than third,
Tho Kona men, on tho other hand,
think thut tho canoe made llttlo dif
ference, and they uio going to do
their best to defeat tho haolctt once
more, it may bo that tho uiou from
tho Hlg Isliuid aie right lu their
guess, but there Is sure going to bu
u great struggle before the 'race cuds.
Things havu quieted down a lot ut
tho boat sheds, and except tor tho
usual bunch of men who uro trying
to keep lu shape ull the time, there
Is nut much doing.
Tho Healatils uro going to put lu
extiu licks this coining J ear, add
when they have musteiud the now
stroke and hao secured crews fiom
which to pick, tho Myrtles will have
to look to their laurels. Tho new
blood thut has been lutroduicd Into
the club will not bo so green ut tho
game by this time next year, mid
then tho llealanls will nut only save
tho clean sweep us they did lust Sat
urday, but they will make their op
puiicuts light hard to uoid defeat.
Tho tcgutta wus a very successful
one, and although some ot tho races
wciu rather onc-stded, thu sport was
good and ever) body had a good time.
These 'annual rcunluns uro always
vciy pleasant, and thoy give men
who do not sco much ot ono unothcr
during tho year, u chunco to meet
Charlie Cliilllngworth and Frank
Thompson aro looking us well ub
possible, and tho sumo may bo said
ut tho I'rlnco ami the Judgo. The
training stunts they did were Just
tho thing for them, uml It looks as
If the raco will become uu uunual
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DOTS AND DASHES. .
Many tennis pla'ycrs aro getting
Into form rapidly, and by tho time
tho' Hall Cup Is disposed ut, thero
wljl bo a lino lot, of experts 'In the
pink of 'condition for the Mauoa
electric light tournament.
On Sunday 'evening at. the rink,
(leorgo Wilkinson ' and M, Fredas
will raco on skates, tfud. thu go
Biiuum uo a gixiu ono.
Tho horses that uro to racu ut Ka
plolanl l'ark In the near futuio uro
all doing hard woik every morning
on tho track.
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GREAT GAME PLAYED
ON HAMAKUA COAST
Lap, Town Team Beats Hono-
aaNincBy 12 to 11 Big
-iiab hollows Game Very
. On Sunday last thero was a lino
gumo of baseball ut Lnupuhochoa,
mid tho teams that put up tho battle
wcro tho Honolulu nine and tho I.au
pahoclioo Junlois. Tho homo team
wuu by a scoru of 12 to 11. and tho
llnlsh was exciting enough for any
body. Thu Honolulu bunch tied tho
bcoio by making two runs In their
part ut tho ninth. Then tho Luu
pahoclioo men woko up mid scored
ono run In tho last half ot tho ninth
uud won out as related.
Tho Honokaas started things go
lug In tho fltst, when they piled
up three runs lu iiulck order.. Tho
Lap Town. brigade replied with two
ruiiH, and then, preventing the via
Hois front scoring In the Bctoud, add
ed two inoro to show what they lould
do. Two mprq to Kuiipabochoo In
the third leftatho more ut U to 3,
and hs tho homo team knocked out
three In tho nrtlt, things, looked "se
rious tor Honokua.
Tho vlsltois made two runs In
their sixth, but i.aupahoehoo camo
along with two in tho lucky seventh,
and tho scoreboard showed 11 to C.
It was In tho eighth that, tho Ho
nokaas did their best work, uml thoy
lilt up no less than four runs In
thut spasm. Tho homo team failed
to score In the last half of tho
eighth, and us Houokuu added twrj
more runs lu tho ninth, the game;
looked as If It would mil un for a
week. However, the bojs from tho
big gulch made tho ono run neces
sary to win In tho last halt ut the
ninth, and tho game ended.
An Invitation wus extended to tho
visitors to attend a lunu, and soon
uftcr tho gamo was Mulshed a big
crowd sat down to u lino spread or
pig and pol. Then tho gamo waa
talked over again, ami ull thu "ifs"
illscubscd. Everybody hud a good
time, and tho visitors left for homo
feeling that although thoy hud bean
beaten, It was by a good crowd ot
sports. The lncupa ot tho two
teams weo us follow:
Honolulu Cecil Klckaril. c; Ilrod
crick, p.; John, Klckaril, lb.; (leorgo
Spencer, 2b.; Henry Itlckaid, 3o.;
Iauline, s,; Fred Clinton, rf.; Tom
Itlckurd, if.';, Wllllo Meyer, If.
laiuiuiUocliou Juitlors Alfred
Awong, c; Carlos Nobrlga, p.; l'aul
Nobilgii, ,lli.; Abol All You, 2b.;
Selchl Mukal, lib.; (leorgo l'oklul,
m.; Harry Kaiialu, rf.; John Aklouu,
cf.; Manuel Murtlnca, If.
It was olllrlally gnzottcd in Ilcrlln
that two ciu.ua of Asiatic cholera had
do eloped ut Spandau. l'rccautlou
ary no(lcei) to tho public woro IbhuciI.
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ROYAL ACADEMY DANCE.
The Hoyal Academy of Dancing
will give an Apron and Necktie
Dance on THUBSDAY, October 0, at
Odd Fellows' Hall; 8 o'clock. Ad
mission; Gentlemen 50c, Ladies 25c.
Qood music and a good time.
FANS CAN ENJOY
SABBATH AS BEFORE
FourGames' In Morning and
'AfternoonsBig Ciowd Ex
pected for Opening of Sec-
ond'S'orics -Two Umpires,
Oil Sunday, next tlic.Oabu IlUbcbalt
iJcacue will start Siil'Ils' uccouM so.
rlcs. And sbmo good games should
eventuate during tho six weeks thut
tho BShcdulo Is being pulled oh. Tho
' Athletic l'ark has been l'n u bad way
! lately, owing to tho heavy ruins that
have fallen, but it Is hoped that by
Sunday next tho ground will bo lit
to play on.
Vhcro will ho four games on Sun
day two lu the morning uud two In
tho afternoon. Tho morning double
header will ho between tho Asahls
mid the 1'alamas, uml the Muhocka
(Ind tho C. A. C. Juniors. Tho Ju
niors play good ball, and thoy always
'attract a big morning crowd.
At half-past onu' o'clock in tho aft
ernoon the Marines and Japanese
Athletics will hitch up, mid thou at
:i:U the' C. A. C. nine and tho Por
tuguese, team will trj' conclusions.
Tho Oahu league ban delayed
starting Its second scries owing lu
Various causes, but .now cvorythlnif'
except the weather Is settled, uml
some good ball guinea sho'iildlbo seen
ut tho park on Bunduju.
The umpiring difficulty has been
overcome, und Henry Cliilllngworth,
assisted by Desha, will hold down
the rcsupnallilo Job. "KIililo" is a
good, Mjiiaro and fair umpire, and the
league is lucky io get him; Ilcshh la
uibo a good man, and ho should do
MISS LAURA ATKINS,
MR. FRANK BLAIR,
. Maud Rockwell
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