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TWO K'S, KAQO AND KING,
MEET IN RACE ON SUNDAY WEEK
MAN FROM COAST DID GOOD RUN YESTERDAY AT BOY'S
FIELD SOLDIER SPRINGS ALONG IN GREAT STYLE.
KA00 WOULD DO BETTER OVER MARATHON DIS
Hvcythlnrg Is going off well In that the New itenlander is not all
connection with the big flftcen-mlle tnlk. as some people seem to think.
mm I,.!..,... qi,ii, irin,, nn.i .vn:
(... ifnr.,,. a a nn J i mo.
tcrdny's II u 1 1 e 1 1 n. the event will
be run oil on Sunday week, and It,
will Inkn ..I,, nt tf.o Athlntle. l'flrk.'
whirl, h.-l l.onn erMlre,l for the nnr-1
As regard the ihanies ot ruin
falling, King yesterday remarked
Well if i; r.in run In mini sn
can 1. Cross-country races are pretty! "J nct tne raceB tl,nt woro heA'
tough propositions as regards 1.!"' tor last SuntIay w" "b run'
and l'vo done n good deal of that." ana nn opportunity will be given
Tho man from the Co.ist nston- l BCe "I" lce nml 1at McDonagh
li,-, i, n..i ,vhn m.ot him iio'iBo up against one nnother for n
U..V ..W ,1V".'... .. ,.W ...VVb ....... ....
Is yo small and light that one won
ders whcio he Blores tho energy
which ho undoubtedly possesses.
Weighing but 111 pounds, and be
ing so short In stnture, It Is a puzzle
to most people how he strides along
'as he lertnlnly ran. lie springs
,along In u fashion that makes It
appear ns If he were built, of piano
Two more different styles of run.
ners than Kaoo and King can hardly
be Imagined. Everybody knows how
the old Wulnlua Horse glides along
mtlo after mile nt the samo rate of
speed, and many the follower of run
ning who has wondered how on
earth the old fellow does It.
Kaoo has rivspilnt thnt, even aft
er going ten miles. Is ns fast as mostj
runners; ran get up whon starting
fresh. The old fellow has shown
what ho can do over the fullMnra-
thon distance, and also over a ten
mile course. It will take n good
man to bent him over the fifteen-
mile course, but there are mnny who
would like to see the old "horse"
race King the full Marathon dis
tance. Tho two "Kb" will certainly draw
a big crowd to the park, and as King
is a prftty shrewd man, tho affair
should ho a success from every point
of view. The soldiers from tho dif
ferent branches of tho service will
be sure to be present In force, and
the whole bunch will be broke for
six months afterwards It King
All Hawaii will pin Its faith on
Kaoo, and tho result should be a
race that will bn remembered for
years to come. The finish between
Kaoo and Tsukamnto about n year
ago nt the Athtotlc Park was sensn
tlnnal enough for anthlng, and tho
race on October 29 promises to be
Just ns good. .
Real Marathon Better.
Kaoo would appear to have n bet
ter chance ot defeating King over
the fill) Mainthon dlstur.ee, nud It
Is to be hoped that, no matter how
the shorter race goes, that the two
men will he brought together over
the 2G miles 385 jnrds distance.
Anyone who saw(Knoo run the Mar
athon distance, without once stop
ping for a drink or u rub-down,
must feel that It will take a won
derful 'mnn to beut him.
Yesteiday afternoon at tho Hoys'
Klold, King, did n five-mile run that
was ns good as has evor been dono
In Hawaii. The little fellow cut out"
the distance In 20 1-2 minutes and,
-onrcqueutly, averugrd under bIx
.minutes to tho mile If tho track Is
King has a taking stylo ot run.
nlng, and he bounds along us If tho
weight ho has (o cairy Is nothing
Ill pounds Is not much, anyhow.
Ho Is a wonderful humnu machine,
anil, beemlugly, docs not get wann
ed up propedly till he Jsoes a few
miles ut'a rattling fast puce.
Nigel Jackson, hero of three Mar
nttuins, second In tvu more, and
third In the sixth race, was ulso on
deck. The Marathon Kid tried 11
lap or so with King, and then ad
journed to fix up tho track. If
Jackson were only In anything like
the condition he was when he romp
ed iiwny from everyone including
Kaoo nt the league grounds long
ago, he would surprise n lot of peo
ple who were not in the country
when he was In his prime.
It Is probable that Jackson will
get n match with King over soma
distance, and then It will be seen
The race between the Wnlalua
"o anil King should he the great
nthletlc event of years, and It Is
b,olE l'olen, everywhere. Should
K w'. "'"0 Will bo n great
Bce ' excitement fOf BUrP.
Sprints on Program.
llesldes the llftcen-mlle race be
tween the two champions, there will
o a progrum of sprints pulled off.
The 220 and half-mile will also bo
run, and those events should nttract
a big crowd. Lots of people want
to see the fastest men In the Terri
tory nt work over the short dis
tances, and there Is no doubt that
all Honolulu will back ltlco to win.
u :i ::
WHITE IS BEATEN
AT CHESS BY JUDGE
Ballou Takes Two Games from
'" ,,, Young; Qjiamplon.
Last night nt fntxY M. C. A. Judge
Halloa defeated J. W. White In two
games of 'chess. The strugglo was
watched by u big crowd, and the
moves' Voro duplicated; on a board
that everybody could see. Or, A. N.
Slnclnlr rffcreed the, gamo and ho
also showed tho moves on tho largo
Tho Drat game lasted one hour and
a quarter, and White was checkmated
on the twonty-second move'. In tho
second gnmo White." got into such in
bad position that ho hud to retire.
Tho tourney will bo continued till
one man bus taken four games from
the other. The next game will be
played at the Unherslty Club on
Thursday evening; piny will begin nt
hnlf-past seven o'clock, and If Judge
Ilnllou wins two more games tho tour
ney will bo finished.
DOTS AND DASHES.
CINCINNATI, 0., Oct. 9. Tho
world's record for the long-dlstnnce
throwing of n baseball, that had
stood for 30 years, was broken .it
the field day between H13 Cincinnati
and Pittsburg National League.
teams hero today, when Sheldon Le
Jeuno of tho Kvansvlllo club of the
Central league threw tho ball 420
feet 0 1-4 Inches, 25 feet 10 3-4
Inches over the' old record.' Tho pre
vious record was made by Tom Hat
field and was 400 feet 7 1-2 Inches.
In the field events that followed
Pittsburg was unable to carry off
any honors. In two events tho vis
ltors succeeded In getting tics, but
were outdone In the finals.
Harry Godfrey, 'the well-known
athlete of Komehamehn Schools, Is
city editor of tho Trl-Weckly Hand
icraft, which Is Issued by the schol.
nrs at the schools. The paper Is
well gotten up and Is full of good
stuff. A full page Ib given to sports,
and somo Interesting dopo ,1s to be
found in It. A press club has been
formed, nnd Managing Editor A,
Hottondorf Is the president ot It.
Good luck to the school BhcotI
Conrad Uuhbenettl, qunrtermaBter
of the Itllonlan, Is u good all-round
athlete, 'nnd he says lie Is going to
Sweden In 1912 to compete In tho
Olympic sports, IlubWicttl Is a
thamplbnhlgh diver, and nt the He
alanl bnnthouse did soma fine stunts
Harold, oldest boh ot Senator Tlecd
Smoot, recently married Miss Alice
Nlbley In Bait Luko City. They will
live In 'Washington.
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MAUKA FENCE IS
More Space at Ends of Courts,
Clubhouse Is to Be Re
painted No Play for Four
Tor the next four days thero will
be no tennis on the Ueretnnla courts;
the mauka fence Is being moved, back
ten feet, nnd .that means that tho
whole courts will bo shifted llvo feet
further mauka. This wlll-provo to
bo a great advantage, and tho extra
room will be much appreciated by
players who have In the past, gone up
ugnlost really fast servers,
The courts will also be re-surraccu,
nnd thut will make n great dlffcrenco
ulso; tho top dressing was getting a
bit rough, and the fixing of It up will
bo n boon. Tho .clubhquso will also
come In for Its sharo of Improve
ments, and a fresh coat of paint will
add to Us beauty. In fuct, ns Presi
dent Ilockus remarked this morning:
"The whole plnce will bo fixed up In
real 1015 stylo."
The Ueretnnla club has always been
very popular, nnd the membership
list romulns absolutely full nil the
time. The courts are good ones, and
mnny tournaments are brought off
thero every your. Some of tho world's
best players lmc shown what tliey
cun do with n rocket on the courtB,
and men of tho caliber ot Mclaugh
lin, Long nnd Parker, havo played
The Wall cup play will bo starting
up again soon, and there will bo tho
usual Interest shown In tho tournn-'
ment. Then thero Is tnlk of n match
between young Kkluiul of I2wa nnd
Atherton Illchnrds. Thcso two young
experts would put up n grcnt game
RACE WILL BE
ROWED ON SUNDAY
Now Men Showing Up Well
Shell Race Should Be Fine
Event Many Swimmers in
Down at tho llcalanl Iloat Club ull
la bustle now-n-days, nnd three shell
crows are In actlvo training for the
tace which Is to come off 'next Sun
day. It will bo n two out of three
event,- nnd three' crows will compete
In It. Tho lads have been hard at
work for homo time now, nnd the
result Is that ull tho oarsmen are
shaping up In tine (style.
One crow will use tho Olympic boat,
nnd tho other two will bo seated In
tho Australian lap craft. Tho lads
are all rowing n fine etn stroke now,
nnd the Improvement shown Is mar
velous, I.ycurgus Is n new man nt tho
game, and ho Is doing good work;
Grace und Turner ulso aro now, nnd
they uro doing just us well us I.ycur
gus. Tho crows that will race, uro us fol
lows: No. 1 llafiy, Longley, Light
foot and Lycurgus. No. 2 lloat
Cunhu, Drown, Muyno nnd James. No.
3 Jloat Kutuukow, Ilamnkuu, Orucc
Rowing has revived a lot lately, nnd
the Interest In tho sport Is being well
sustained by the Impromptu ' races
thut aro being rowed. The members
nre also going In for swimming u lot,
und pustmustorg In the urt, llko Hill
Klnslea und Bosun Johnson do great
stunts every afternoon.
Robert Alphdnso Tuft, son of the
Piesldent, who graduated frrm tho
Yale aeaden.'c department In June,
will enter the Harvard law school
W k 1 1 II u 1 1 u 1 1 11 21 per j car.
UHLAN MAY DO
CHAMPION IS THOUGHT
TO BE EVEN FASTER
Trotter Did Not Have Help of
vviiiu anieia as lou uiiiuii
Did When She Broke the
When Uhlan stepped n mile at
Cleveland recently without n wind
shield In 1:68, ho became In reality
tho two-mlnutc trotter which tho har
ness world has been anticipating for
the past decado. This performance,
within a quarter second ot tho mark
set by Xjow Dillon with tho artificial
aid, eclipses In quality her mark of
1:58M. which has stood since 1903.
Critics viho wero present nt North
Randall say tho handsome black lms
not reached the limit of his speed and
predict n lowering In actual tlmo (it
tho record pi tho trotting queen nnd
that wllhou' the windbreak. Uhlan's
recent feat of reeling orf n mllo to
wngon In 2:01, also without wind
shield, gives to Mr. Hillings' trotter
tho two moit coveted honors of tho
That tho Now York sportsman, for
mcrly n Chlcngoan. drovo Uhlan In tho
first of his record-breaking perform'
nnces. Is nn honor merited by his de
votion to tho sport which has prompt
ed him to upMul tho money necessary
to sccuro perfoimers which possessed
the ublllty of I.011 Dillon and Uhlan.
That Mr. nilllngs personally will take
another tilt nt "tlmo" behind tho new
champion Is the prediction of those
who know his love of the sport.
It Is wor'hy of noto In considering
tho fut uro of Uhlan that Mr. Dllllngs
does not campaign his nlllablo string
for profit. Therefore, If tho great geld
ing possesses any greater possibilities
for tlmo annihilation they will recelvo
every consideration inhnmpered by
contemplation of what tho earning ca
pacity of tho horso might bo for ex
Uhlan's rise to fame- has been rapid,
l.css thnn two yonrs ngo ho started
In his first raco In tho 2:30 class nt
BORlon, and n little more man n mon'n
Inter gained n record nt 2:07'4 nl'Co
liimbus. Ho trotted four races In this
first campaign winning them all. In
his first 'raco last Benson at (ho Clove
land grand circuit meeting his record
dropped to 2:039$, nnd two weeks later
bo was finishing heads npart with
Hamburg Rello In 2:01iJ, nfter hav
ing trotted a long mllo on tho out
sldo of tho' mnro from start to fin
ish. When the two matchless trotters
mot again n fortnight nftorwnrd In
noston. Uhlan defeated Hamburg
nello decisively on n stow track In
2:04-74 and 2:031:,. Ho cbuld outscoio
her, oiitflnlsh her nnd outfoot her nt
every spot nnd place, nnd Mr. nilllngs
after seeing this performance paid
135,000 for tho horso. Starting to bent
his record nt Columbus shortly after
this raco. Uhlan trotted In 2:02i.,
This was his last nppenranco In pub
lic until Mr. nilllngs drovo him n mllu
In 2:01 to wagin nt Cleveland.
Charles Snmlers, n Ilostnn mer
chant, who bought tho horso from his
breeder, A. II, Parker of nedrord,
Miss., developed his speed In amateur
races over tho Readvllto track. Ho
was trained and driven In his public
races last year nnd In 108 by Robot t
Proctor, a noston trainer, When Mf.
Hillings bought Uhlan ho passed Into
the hands of Chat leu Tannor, a pupil
of John Splnn, who has long had
chnrgo of Mr, Divings' matinee nnd
specdwuy trotters und who Is known
ns one. of tho best conditioners nud
cmetakcrs In the country.
Uhlan's sjio, ningon, 2:0G',, Is n
son of Mny King, 2:20, by Electioneer.
Illondo, tho dam of Uhlan, wub by Sir
Wultcr Jr., 2:18V'i, a grandson or All
ordeen, formerly owned by Mnjor 8.
T. Dickinson of Now York, who by n
singular coincidence nlso owned tho
dam of Haniburg Delle, The grand
dam of Uhlan was a Kentucky snddlo
mare by niacfe Kaglc, a Morgan bred
Tho best tlmo evor made by any
other trotting horse without tho aid ot
a wind shield was tho 2:01 of t,ou nil
'on nt Memphis on Novembor 11, 1901.
Her best record with tho aid of a
wind shield was 1:581'$. Performances
inado In this way aro no longer rec
ognized by (he National Tiotllng Association,
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