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MARATHON KID WILL
MAKE KAOO SPRINT
Did Waialua Horso Is Doing
' Long Distance Stunts
Both Men Should Be In
.Great Condition For Race.
There Is no doubt that on Octo
ber 16 N'lgel Jackson, the Marathon
Kid, wlllj bo In tiio best porelblo
.condition for his run with Antone
taoo. jacKson is training nam ana
ho Is taking care of himself, as he
knows that much depends on tho
way ho shows up against the old
Waialua Horse. Should N'lgel heat
Kaoo, or get anywhero near him
over the flttccn-mlle course, ho will
huvo a show to run Soldier King,
Tho Hoys' Field has been tho placo
selected by Jackson for his training
stunts, and Paddy Walsh, the vet
ernn trainer, Is getting his chargo
Into tiptop condition. There Is lit
tle that the old wonder does not
know nbout runners, nnd ho I? tak
ing itho greatest interest In the com
Ingisraco, which Is, for. nil time, tp
decldanwhlcb-.ls'jtho better man be
tweenn Jnrksoa and Kaoo, over tho
Jackson covered ten miles yester
day afternoon .In good time, and ho
moved along freely nndi finished very
froslw lie Is as hard as nails, and
his wlnd'hns Improved a lot. Walsh
has-made out n schedule for Nigel
tnrmi'Uvand lap after lap is run
la' Almost the.. same, time.
Knoo, Is'itilso working haj-d and
getting into trim for what he, knows
will be n tough race. Tho .old won
der has hnd somo great struggle
with JaolEKon, hut on at least two
occasions N'lgel was not thoroughly
fit to race.
Slmerson, who Is managing Kaou's
affairs as u runner, wants to see his
man beat Jackhon by a big margin,
so that there will ho no talk of Sol
dier King giving tha Xcw Zenlander
n match !lrtt. Kaoo has put up
some fine times lately, and he Is run
ning as well as ever. Ho feels con
fident that ho can heat Jackson over
fifteen miles, and when the old fel
low gets t Into his strldCnnd runs
mllo nfter mjlo, at tho sumo pact,
thoro Is no doubt that ho can speed
it up with the, best of them.
, Although the race Is scheduled for
October 16, so far tlio ground hi)s
not uccn nnniiy iieciucu upon. 170111
present appearances- the Athletle
Pnrk will ho under water for Bomo t)llnB uennlte. and n proposal was
tlmo to come, and bo It Is pretty ccr-, mni)o tnat iM rulo applying to post
tain that the race will take place; graduates bb eliminated nnd that
at tho league grounds
NEW TENNIS, CUP-
FOR HILO PEOPLE
Local Man Offprs Srwinl
uuiuii iviau wiilio oiJUblcll
Prize For Competition, j
Jlanager Corbctt of the Wall,'
Nichols Company Is talking of a
matter which should Interest local
, tennis pl.iyors, says n Illlo exchange.
iio praise 10 oner a special prize
for n tennis tournament, which,
should glvo tho gamo njiow start In
this vicinity, Whether the prize
will be for singles, doubles or mixed.
doubles has not yet been definitely
settled, nndt is likely that tho mat-
iZ.. "fe "!" Wl"'!.!i.
1 consirucieu. c 1.1
It Is said that the new coiirt it
Olaa Is tho finest In the Territory.
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nnd In addition to having a surface
which Is nearly perfection nnd
plenty of spaeo between tho service
line nnd tho'hack nets, It hq.a a club-
house which is far ahead ' of any
even in Honolulu. Showers; dress,
lug rooms, with all the rony.$nlences
which could be asked by the most.
fastidious, ns well as a room where
lea may ho served nnd bridge or tlvo
hundred played, Bhouhl rain Inter-
fere with tennis, nre part of tho new
arrangements, which nro practically
, ,, . , ' ,, , . . 1, , ,., wiiii .inoijuveniies, is once more in
ully bo orq anything decided. 1 ytfKUe UlllIi'Jdta nnd
is .os Ible that somo arrangempKt 4 , . V A
could be njadp o play th; p rej lm. ,ono B& ,f B-omoI1( tUr7nt
nary rounds rtf tournament; here ;; - Ij&m 8Yt
""a 1 W,hl'1?B,A,n 'tP "1?'W1 reMftkr'nnyfilnk In lie ath.
now court Which the Olua Tonnls Tf ,JJ'II, . fi .
Club has' Just eontructed. i il ' li'.J . .. : -f ' " -
HbGID Ul, IUU llllll lunula IWI1IJ L.IIV
SPEAKS OUT PlAINLY
Kamehameha and-Hiah School
Ato 'Airninct Xfnr Atlilftpc')1!1 Bccn n BrMt deal of service with-
Rnlmr ?nt ni ci,nl il,',.i.j'llli 20,l Infantry. The inajor-sen-
ui.il t, ru-pi en oyuuui omipiy
To Perform on Track,
"This Is not n
league to control.
matter for 'tho
I.cavo It to tho
,honor of each school. If an Instltu-U
V.U.. HIIVIID ( UUJ lJ I' I" J nu to nuv
doing satisfactory work In the
school the other schools should have
nothing to say."
The above rcmnrkt which wero
made by Stanley I.hmgston at the
meeting of the lnterscholaBtlc I.eaguo
yesterday afternoon, were the best
sentiments expressed by anyone at
tho gathering. Tho tnlk of school
boys being, "rung In" and nllowcd to
take part In athletics, when they
were not eligible, Is a disgrace, and
Livingston took tho right stand
when he said It -should bti loft to
.tho honor of tho schools.
Tho result of yesterday's meeting
appears to be that the Oalui College
boys will withdraw front the league
and leave the High School and Ku
nielianichasiln the running. TJic
assertion has been mado that the
Punahousi take In luds simply for
their athletic ability; and 'that, they
are not, strictly speaking, eligible
for tho track meets nnd other events.
The postgraduate courses which
have-enabled hoys to remain,. on the
track teams for more than the fouri
yenrs' of school life have been at
tacked,' as somo people ijtnto that,
tho courses wore simply to kqep a
good athlete on the team asjong ns
There was a great discussion on
the point as to whether or not any
athleto eligible to compete In the
lntcrscholastlc sports must bo a
bona fide student, who Is proficient
In nil studies with tho exception of
elocution, art nnd music. It was
proposed that tho students must be
In attendance ut twenty periods each
week, nnd that nil the contesting
teams In a track meet bo required
to exchange lists of their lineups
certified to their standing as being
satisfactory In nil classes.
PiofrgHor Schmtttzler purposed that
10 perloda bo reduced to fifteen, and
..i., tilnt that wo.i cuarantce the
BtU(lo,it being n bona fide scholar
,, not .,rmlg ,.. nthlcto.
rnillyi nnor n lot of discussion,
the matter worked iirounil to .soma-
the one providing that men be only
allowed to play four years In nil,
bo (tlso wiped out. This was lost,
and then h deadlock eventuated.
Ltvlngsion said that tho Oahti Col-
,eBe wo,,m i,robnl,1r withdraw from
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tcr for thi present.
It Is a great pity that such rue-
tlonB shoma' occur among the schools
a,i tt w;oum gpcj that tho honor
of Ulo ingtti,.onH l In a wav In-
volve(1 Jn ti,e mattor. Stanley LIv-
gston's suggestion Is n good one,
-Hm, OI10 tat nppenls to everybody
wll0 kll0W8 wllt ,mttlng a decent
lot 0f"uoy on their honor means,
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Tiivrc iim1 nictrrc
' D0TS AND DASHES.
Ted.Poilard. wiio .rtowU. befa
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' ThM'marlrtes" nre still talking fooU
l4 1. .M 1
hall, oudNol3on, who last year was
l the thick of tho game, is feeling
that ho must get started soon. The
N. 0. II. bunch nUo wonts In tho
worst way to got n team toother,
und have a go nt tho rest of the
The golfers nro all getting ready
for tho Manoa Cup competition, nnd
there will he Fonie flno contests seen
at tho Country Club on Sunday next,
when tho qualifying round will he
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S FORT SHAFTER NEWS S
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At mutter Inst Friday morning tho ami bo nblo to return to duty with
battalion hnd with It a very uTatln- his company In a few days,
gulshcd soldier. Major-Oonornl Wm.'pay Day
S. McCaskey, retired, who Is the.
guest of Captain V. II. II. Chapman,
commander of this post, returned In
memory to his younger days, when
ho accompanied Captain Chapman
on his tour of Inspection through
the post. MaJor.Ocitera'l MCasK,ey
crnl beBnn y8 military servlco at
tljo opening of the Civil Wnr with
tho 1st Pennsylvania Volunteers, as!
u prlvute, and was discharged fromjmount each day. Lleutcnnnt A. W
the. 7alh Pennsylvania Volunteers as
cnptalii at the close of tho war In
ISC'. Not quite a year after his
discharge from the volunteers ho re
ceived a commission ns second lieu
tenant with the 13th Infantry, reg
ular army, and In July, 18C9, joined
tho Twentieth as first lieutenant.
Many long years wcro sperit with
tho Twentieth up to 180i, nnd for
Bomo years ho was In command of
Takes Great Interest,
The major-general .took great In
terest In watching tho men pitch
tents and had many words of com
pliment to say regarding tho nctlvlty
of tlio young .Bolders. ' His grentest
.Interest was displaced while In
specting tho, parra'ckd, 'especially In
Company 0,' ' Great! changes' have
taken nlaco. since' he had command
I of-tlio copauy, and ho wus eiithtt-
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biusic fli IMS uxuiuuiuiiuiin vi iiuioci
Major -Ucne'ral Mctaskcy 'retired
fronnthq, service' lntOctober, liOT.
, Tho troops ut Fort Shatter' will
leave, for their yearly 21-day hike
next, Frldayft;Ocofier' 7. Last' ycarj
tjie (batjiloij'wenl around' the lls-i
land.9vcr,,'the TaliS jfhls yenr' the
rnvoim.'i1li'iptlnnti'ltl 'tiS'titVen A
long trip' ha'r'(i'jHlk'lng" 'a'rid much
mountain cumping is expecieu. Alt
er the battalion, leaves Pearl City,
many stops will ho 'made1. ' Kronj
Pearl City to Walpdhu, Walanae,
across the Pauaopuu Pass, to the
cavalry camp, and after stopping
there for a couple of nights, will
proceed to Waialua. On tho way
around, Kahuku, Kahann and Wat
manalo will be taken In, nnd then
around Makapuu Point nnd Koko
Head to the post.
Last Hike on Island, '
When this hike Is finished, this
will end the hikes on this Island
for tho Secopd Dattnllon. This will
K(ve the men .a chnnte to hnve their
last look at the many wonders that
are to lie seen on such a trip. Many
of the men now In tho battalion
huvo never seen tho other side of
tho Island, owing to the tact thnt
thoy arrived In Honolulu on the Jan
uary transport. Trips will be taken
and sights seen that the men will
ncvor forget, nnd many of them will
have much to toll' tho Information-
seeker hack home of tho Hawaiian
Islands, especially the Island ot
Tho first gnmo of water polo at
I'ort Shatter was played on Satur
day afternoon last. This novel sport
brought a large crowd ot not only
soldiers, but civilians, to see the
game, nnd It wns certainly worth
going to sec. The Forf Shatter men
had hut little chanceagaiiBtGeorge
Preeth's seals but to' show their
gamoncsa to stay with It, Private
llrown ot Company ,0 did. some hard
ducking, hut owing toi the lack of
knowledge of the game made but
little headway. ''Lieutenant Chilton,
threap, tain of the 'team, played hard
undtiltmr his men on the go all tho
Qood Experience. , )
When Oeorge Freeth came out to
see' Lieutenant Chilton 'regarding a
gafile, the lieutenant, said ho was
rtauy tor uuyiuifig on .iue(marKei,
therefore tho camo of Saturday nft.
er'noon. This game' htlsroated an
Interest along this line, 'a ml'. In the
near future Fort Shatter will' no
doubt bo nblfi. to pick out a good
team, This Is their first ga'nie, and
they deserve much credit for the
way they played It. Corporal Wood
ruff of Company 11 did the roferce
Ing. Pearce in Hospital.
Private Othello Pearro of Company
a tins been admitted to the post
hospital, Pearce Is having trouble
with his hip nnd was hardly able to
wnlk to the hospital, It Is to bo
hoped thnt he will recover rapidly
Owing to the fact that the men
of this battalion mustered last l'rl
day, It Is expected that pay day
will como nbout Tuesday. Pay day
comes but onco n month, .nnd tho
boys generally make good use of It.
First Lieutenant A. M. Pardee hns-
bcn appointed battalion adjutant
and In charge of the detachment of,
mounted orderlies.' Lieutenant Par-'
dee is now Inspecting the guard nt
Chilton was r'elUved- by Lieutenant
Pardee nnd is now In command ot
Company K until the return ot lBt
Lleuteunnt McCleery, who Is on de
tached service In the States.
Post Hospital. '
just ai -mo, present time me post
hospital nt Fort Shatter Ib rather
crowded, owing 'to Its h6lng tho
home ot tho sick for all posts on tha
island. The r.th Cavalry Is well
represented, for a great portion of
tho men now In tho hospital are
"rough riders." Tho men who oro
not sick enough to be confined to
their beds nre having great times
Und, sometimes c'ause-thpso who hnve
charge, puich ' trouble. ftew modes
of punishment havo been. Inaugurat
ed, and those' In the hospital Just ,at
present know 'what they ore. Itils
the Idea of' the major to make the
Institution it hospital In' every sense
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01 mo woru. -
Marines Still on Ranee,
The marines from Camp Very oro
still' ho feature of the' target range
at this post. Midwinter practise for
t)e.,d'oug!i'hb' will start shortly
after;, tho ' return ' front the 21-dny
h'lke, ' unlcBB the rumor of the bat
'talo'n ' leaving bh the1 November
transport pr6ves('truei If.thls Is to
bo' tfye cose' there will be many
changes In things at the post during
tho next month or two. Tho boya
are lionlng this Is more than
rumor, but those' In authority seem
to know nothing 'legardlng the
change nt such an enrly dnto.
As Is usunl on Monday morning,
the battalion was favored with bat
talion drill. There was some change
In the comnanv commanders. The
companies marched onto line: Com
pany F, Company H, Company a nnd
Company E, with Lieutenant Dowen,
Captain McarnB, Captain Estes and
Lleutennn't Chilton in command, .re
spectively. Company H escorted the
ml'nrs with Sercennt Simons of
Company F ns color benror.
Need Post Laundry.
Thoro seems to bo somo competl
Hon regarding the laundry proposl
tlon ht this post. Some tlmo ago
the 8anltary Steam Laundry did nil
the work nt tho post, hut owing to
some ren'son unknown the Sanitary
peoplo quit. Then Musician Lewis
of Company O started n laundry of
his own, nnd things went nlong
Bmoothly for n while, hut Lewis had
some trouble, and lie, too, resigned.
At the presont time thoro nre laun
dries of all description taking the
work from the post, and many of the
men nro doing the work thomsclvos.
It would bo a good thing If some
soldier or civilian wishing to mako
easy money would lnstal an" up-to-date
laundry noar the post and do
the work for the entire battollon.
This means work for about two hun
dred nnd fifty men nt l,G0'a month
U COMING EVENTS, tt
tt'' Oahu League,
tt Oct'. 9. U. S. M. vs. .T. A. C.
tt Oct. ?. C. A. C. vs. P. A. C.
tt Oahu Juniors.
tt Oct. 0. Asahls vs; Palamas.
tt Oct 9. Mu Hocks vs. C. A
tt - i Qolr.
tt Oct, 23, Four Ball, Foursome. II. tt
tt O. C, !Moanalua. v tt
tt Cricket. . tt
tt Oct. 8. Match. t
tt Tennis. tt
tt Oct. 0. Manoa Electrlo Light tt
tt Tournament. tt
tt Salllnn. tt
tt Oct. 9. Wren Itaco. tt
tt Running. tt
WOct. 10. Kaoo vs. Jackson. tt
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