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BIG PROGRAM OF
BESIDES FIFTEEN MILES RACE, SPRINTS WILL BE RUN.
RICE INVITED TO COMPETE AGAINST PAT McDONAGH
OVER ONE HUNDRED YARDS KA00 AND JACKSON
Things nro moving In the
racliiR line, nml nil sorts of men aro
BPttliiK Into condition for spi hits nml
,onB:,.l8,eo runs, Sunday. Octo-
ucr m, iruiiii8t's 10 o a uig uiiy ior
the runners nml public. Ilesldes ttie
flfteun-mllo rnce betui'rn NIroI Jnck
son nnd Antuno Kiioo, u nrogrnm of
four or five other events Is being
... ,..o. .i -... .uuhut u i..
miecn-miio raeg would be cnougli, monthsnBO and nlso did well In
hut ns preiSsuro was brought to hearlthiee Marathons. He might be In-
o ouicr runners, 11 was ueeiueu 10
limo Eoornl sprlutu added to the
It Is the Idea of the promoters to
hae n htindred-nrd sprint, n two
twenty dash, four-forty run nnd a
Inlf-uille, .Kor these events It Is
Mcpectccl t tint somo, of the best run
nerB In Honolulu will enter. 1)111
Itlce, the pccd ped, will bo ap-
pi (inched ils to n match with Pat Mc
Uon'.igh, who In said to bo fairly fast
ill'i.r '(inn htlndroil nrils. Kiich a
IrHt'ewUnld drnwa big crowd, most
irlwTi6m would bo rcadj to wager
tlibir 'clothes on tho local lad.
Illco Is n wonderful sprinter, nnd
If he could get up speed n little
curlier In bis runs, he would nbout
touch Bomo of the records. "Hill"
Is alwajH In falrl) good condition,
iilnl If he makes up his mind to run
'McDoriagh, there will bo a treat Jn
slbfo'fUr the spectators. Tho change
'nY'scelHg nicA up against some really
good man would bo npprccintcd by
all tho fans who might feol some
what chary of1 putting In somo conl
slilernblc time watching tho long
Then A two-twenty dash would
also he attractho, nnd If some of
tho fns't men will enter there should
bo n great rnco to ho tape. The
quarter milo nnd 880 nrds would
bring out somo of tho best men, nnd
with a good program of that kind u
big crowd would surely roll up, cs.
pecially ns tho baseball season Is
Haves and Jackson.
Yesterdaj afternoon Connie Hajes
and Jackson did some gooil long-distance
work'. The Marathon Kid was
not nhlo to stay ns long on the track
nB usual, nsihfc was very busy see
ing to the wants of (ho passengers
by the Wllhelmlna, nnd had ta,hus
tlo nround for business.
Ilujcs U striding nlong'ln great
stIo thcBO dnjs, nnd ns he Is deter
mined to get a inati'h with Soldier
King, ho Is leaving nothing to
chance nnd Is training hard every
day. He has quickened up his stride
n little nnd gets oer the ground In
Tho eternn tralnpr nnd wnlkor,
Paddy Walsh, goes down to the Hos'
rield every da) nnd his export ad
vice Is much appreciated by tho run
ners Paddy Is n wonderful old ped
hlntBcIf, nnd ovon uowndas can
mnko the best of the local heel nnd
I too mon'work. hnrd to keop up with
him. It would bo n good ldcn to
hnn Walsh, Aynls, Sullivan nnd
somo of the other walkers get Into
n race on October 10.
.Antone Kaoo. '
Anions Kaoo Is working out over
tho full distance every-second day,
nnd between times ho does five nnd
tcn-mllo iaunts nt n paco that would
make rin ordinary man feel Inclined
for n seat on nh ,aeropl&nev Thernld
wonder'ls feellnc'ver dhtrnv nnd 1i0
thinks that not only flies he1 hofit;
inai noi oniy (ic.es ne n,ou
salo, hut .that "h( will also
3 Braliiflf.'jSoldlertKlrtg later
d there "are plenty of peovlo
who think tho same wny. and "tho
Honolulu crowd will certainly Btl'k
by tho old Wnlnlua Horso and back
him to win nut against the main
lander. It Is thought that n new Island
record will bo put up by the winner
of tho fifteen-mile rnco nnd tnnt a
correct lno on mo nniuty of jiick
son nnd Kaoo will bo obtained
through the contest.
There nro other runners who nro
nlfo talking of getting into tlie gamo
nnd It would surprise nobody If a
freo-for nil real Marathon wore pull
ed off In Honolulu towards the end
FOR OCTOBER 16
oi the Knr,
The nnmiftl Ilnlnlwa
rnce U not so far nwny now, nnd the
Mmo ol" crow" w"' "ououess Dogei-
JT - - - - ,
Thcro nre somo Rood long distance
men In the Islands, nnd many of
them hao nlrcady shown what they
can d on tlie track and road. Dal
rahy Is bne of the bunch, nnd he
socma nbC t ecv going for a week.
He wqn th0 twentj-four rnce some
,,,.., . ,. .... tll0 gnort naln.
nnd If bo he would mnko a lot of
tho runners Jook to their laurels.
Brothers and Cousins Defeat
Picked Team at Honokaa.
(Kltfclal n ti 1 1 p 1 1 n Ccrrcuponilenco ) '
HONOKAA, Oct. S.-j-A game of
baseball was plnjed here last Sun
day between tho Hlcknrd family ntpe
nnd n bunch telected from throe oth
er lornl teams. '
The game was an easy victory for
the IUpl.nrds, nnd they crossed the
pan up Jena than nineteen times ,to
the Picked three. The IMcknrds'
bntterj noyer worked better In" any
of their former gnmes, nnd tho pitch
ing of jl. A. Ill knrd kepi the-Plckod
looking for moro and getting noth
ing. The Illcknrd nine is composed
Ftilctly nt Rlcknrd rclathes nnd bo
far has not met defeat, and find It
rather hard to arrange gnmes, owing
to its ability to always come In first.
The Picked put up a good game,
nnd much praise should be afforded
their pitcher, C. Aw a, and second
'hasennn, O. Spencer. The latter's
one hand cat:h of a straight drive,
causing an unassisted double piny,
was easily tho feature of tho game.
Errors wero fow on each sldo, and
W, J. Hlcknrd tried to use his teeth
Instead of hands, nnd had not only
n blnrk eyo, but an orror chalked up
Manager I A. Klckard leaves In
the morning for Hllo with Intentions
of ananglng games, nnd expects to
he In Honolulu on O'toher 20,
The lineups were ns follows:.
nickards J. S. nicknrd, db.; H.
A. Illcknrd, p.: CI' Illcknrd, o.; r.
W. Itkknrd, 2b.: W. H. nicknrd,
3b.: It. T, S. Hlcknrd, cf.:V. nick
ard, If.: W. J. Illckard. ss.; J. A.
''Picked W. Tayne, lb.; C. Awa,
p.; 8. Knmno, c.; Q, Spencer, 2b.;
Wm. Purdy Jr., 3b.; J, Apana, cf.;
N, Kekunwola, If.; M. Martins, ss.;
'J. Hart, rf. I
Score by Innings:
IllcknrdsN . , w0 1 3 2 4 3 2 4 19
Picked 0 0000100 2 3
a ii a
Some nddltlons have bceni made
to thd sports lyogrnm that will be
jiulled off nt tho leugue grounds on
Sunday. October 10. There wll be
n saik rnco for boys, nnd a walking
rare for the bCBt heel-and-toe men
In tho Territory. Vac. the hundred
ard dash, n rncdql valued at 25 has
been donntctt, nnd" medaU costing
)20 each will nlro bo given for tho
inner sprfiu rutw).
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tt Oct bv-A.'C, V P. A. C, "
li . OttOahu Junl
n:?ir s.w :l
t,.n)rkl AunVila Ja TMlnmiia
Oct 0 Mil Hocks Vs. O. A'.
It " Qolf.
It Oct, 0. Mnnoa Cup.
It Oct. 23. rour nail, ronrsomo.
It 0, C, Monnnlua.
It Oct. C Manon Klectrlo
I It Balllna.
9, Wren Rnco. It
it Running. It
It Oct 10 Kaoo vs Jackson It
It II II It It It II It It It It II II II tt It It
BIG PLANTATION HAS
Ttjnnis People From All'Alopg
1 HamaKua uoast were hres
ent at Opening Courts aro
J Best on Big Island.
dSpce'il n u 1 1 c 1 1 n Ccrrcupondfnep.)
I1II.O, Oct. 3. The opening of tho
new tennis i.'ourls nt Olaa was tho
ocenston for nn uncommonly jilens
ant social gathering last Saturday
evening. Tho courts nro of excel
lent quality, and the clubhouse Is
both room) nnd comenlent. It In
cludes special quarters for ladles and
gentlemen, with nil tho neiessary
lockers, Inwitorlcs, etc., nnd has n
couple of largo rooms, which by
means of connecting double doors
can bo thrown open nnd made Into
one large loom suitable for dancing.
On the whole, the Olaa Kourts will
be n source of great pleasure, not
only to the peopje of Olun, but to
the many .other tennis enthusiasts
,on this sldo of, the Jsland, who will
ciijoj ulail,tiK,,on Ihemi as visitors.
as well,,, uThev rollfect 'grent credit
on tlio people, of Olaa.'cspecUlly Mr
and Mrs. John Watt, to whose ac-
tlilty tho ett(llent result Is largely
Last Saturday the quarters had
been specially decoralcd for the open
ing, nnd a temporary lnnnl had been
constructed for the supper. The
decqratlon),wpro In, black and gold,
the, club's rcdors,."rih(l were exceed
ingly b,a,i)iome,l ' 'During the ilrst
part of lo, e'venlng vhlst wns play-,
ed for pi lies, n couple of fine tonnls
rackets, which were given by Mrs.
Wentherbeo and Oeorge CAol. Rq
freshments wero then served, and the
restof tho oenlng waB spent in
Among those present were people
from Olaa, Hllo, I'apalkou nnd oven
Hakalnu, namely, Mr, nnd Mrs. A. O.
Curtis, Mrs. John Watt, Dr. and
Mrs. Fred Irwin, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Harry Irwin, Mr. and Mrs. It.
Flnrke, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weather
bee, Mr, and Mrs. Olllo Shtpman,
Mrs. Holland, Mrs. Soper, Miss Edna
Curtis, Miss A. Wnrd, Mlsa Sopor,
Misses Molr (2), Mlsa-Ouard, Miss
Mnrr, Miss South and Messrs. W. P.
Nnquln, Chas. HolllnBer, A'. Qlfdler,
Carl Wentherbeo, Wllbert Wenther
beo, p. Riley, Oco. Duncan, Jns. Dun
can, O. Cllacomettl, A. S. Clark, A.iT.
Aiken, Jj. S. Conncss and Oeo. A.
On Sunday the day was spent In
pln)lng on the'new courts.
Big Tank Is Scene of Races
Up at Puuiieno'MAal, the planta
tion fellows havo a great, time of It
now that the 'h'lg' iBulmlng tank
has been fitted outwlth springboards
nnd high diving p'latforms. Kvory
afternoon most of the fellows get
Into their bathing suits and piny
tennis. Thcmatter a f,ew sets tho
wnoie, uuncu rusn to ine innK aim
dive Into the beautifully clear and
cool wntor. " i .
Shimming nces'aro constantly be-
lhv -h'Wfiui'ht Ihtt Xnnil nnmn rlni2n fin-
Islit&'aro scfin w;hen Hughes, 'yalker
auu wren wcstcoaii kui. gums w
gether. I)ughis Is quite a stayer
and he swims aquurfohOlillo every
evening after woik. ' ' ,
'Tho bowhg (alley ,1s rcady, hi1
jlje outnt hits nt ef arrryst hs'soon
jiVlt doesf'there, wll jbponie !tour
naments b'rought bff. 'fThe HennU
mon are practising hard and somo
of the new 'men4 at the game have
Improved a lot. '
Hilly Lougher Is a great fancy
diver and tho way ho shoots off the
snringbonrd Is a tieat to see. He
would nwke.nny of tho Honolulu dlv
crs look to their laurels.
tt II II
DOTS AND DASHES.
On Sunday last tho Spalding base
ball team dofented tho Young Pnu
oas by a score of 8 to 4. The
BETTER THAN MADISON
All -"Tight Fa,ns Thing Contest
i Would Be Good One Main-
- . lander Will Bo Communicat
ed With In Rogaid to Match
As soon as Charlie Rellly rend tho
HjuJ 1 o 1 1 n jesterdny nfternoon, he
began to do a step-dance and, .being
through his work for the day, start
ed on n hunt for the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
sporting writer. After a prolonged
search of all tho churches' and the
police stntlon, Charlto located his
man in nn Ice-cream parlor nnd ho.
gau to unburden himself of some
"Say," drawled Charlie In his
quiet, easy wny of speaking, "t see
by THE jiaper that Eddlo Madison
aya that bo would like, to como
hack to Honolulu and box me. Say,
that would be fine. I'm aching tor
n Bcfnp with someone, nnd Hint guy
Mndlson looks" cood to mo." .
Several other bright 'lights of tho
fistic fraternity, who Jind come nlong
with Rollly, 'Joined In the chorus, and
there BCcracd to be no;doubt but that
they all thought Madison and Rellly
would be the real medbMne.
"That's the dope," remarked Pro-
fessor Jonathan McPadden; "Rellly
nnd Madison for mine. Thoso two
bO)s would nut up a grent go; I've
cut that piece out of the Hull c
1 1 n and am going to put It In my
Bcrnpbook. Ed doesn't say a thing
about Sarconl, eh, whnt?"
Then other sportB began talking
about tho riffnlr, and there Is no
doubt tint tho He'lllyMndlson go
would ploano everybody. It Is prob
able that tho next boat to the Coast
will tnke u letter to Mndlson tolling
him to return ns soon as possible,
nnd that Rellly will wait tor him
here. Rellly Ib working' steadily nt
his trade of moulder, nnd he Is con
sidered n flrst-clnss man nt the work
E. J. Love is looking Into the box
ing promotion business, nnd he
thinks that he will be able to get a
place to bring off n show In before
long. It. Is to be hoped bo, ns tho
fans nre longing for anothec-exhibition
of tho noblo art.
it it tt n n tt ti ti it tt tt it tt it tt tt it
Spaldlngs put It nil over 'the l'auoas',
according to a very unbiased (?) ii'
count) written by a Spalding fan. In
Lfal't, the l'auoas were not In It with
tho Spaldlngs according to the fan.
The score was tied In tho soventh,
with 3 eachv In tho eighth spasm
the iSpildlngs landed four runs, nnd
they added ono moro In tho ninth.
The l'auoas. In tho meantime, had
managed to scoro one man In vthelri
half of the ninth. Tho lineups of
both teams were: Spalding M. Ca
bral, Theo, M. Cabral, K, llorbn, M.
niazer, J. Medelros, J. Cabral, J,
Martin, M. 8. AzevedtT. Pnuoa H.
SlmoaJ J, Ornollas, O. Sani, M.
Proltas, C. Hrlto, J. Wikolal, n. Nn-
rone, J, Freltus, M. rornandoz, C. Pe
ter, Smith, Jones npd Nolson.
Pat McDoniigii -this moinlng Is
sued n ichallohge to 'any runner In
the Islands for a hundred-) ard
sprint. Hill Rice Is preferred, nnd
any ncceptnnco enn bo lodgod nt tho
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n oMlce.
k E. S. OeeT tho well-known tennis
I)la)er, who lived 'in Honolulu for a
year or bo, will probably be pifslns
through Honolulu, on hU wny to Ma
nila, In a short 'time from now. '
Entrlds will ho'lrocolvod aUK. P.J
Hafl,& Son's forthe races that nro
tq'bepulled off atthe. Jeaguo grounds
on'-Supday, Qctobdr 10, '$
Walalua beat Lalo by a scoro of 9
to 5 last Sunday, jind tho Kohukus
wont down to the Wnlaluas later on
by a scoro of 14 to 8. "
The Oahu League Juniors are vto
start up playing ball on Sunday next
at the Athletic Park, which Is now
free of wator,
Tho Manon night tournament Is
to start up tomorrow night at halt,
past Beven o'clock. , ,
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