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OFFICIALS ARjE SEtEGTED FOR
ALL ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR GREAT RUNNING EVE"fJT
IN WHICH COAST CHAMPION WILL MEET HAWAII'S
BEST LONG-DISTANCE MAN. .
Rolillcr KIiir retlirncit from l.flllo- to Rood, rtrti! If the rrt!n liolds orf
Imii ycHlvrd.iy ulij ilroiipcd lulu tho llicrc ii!;mtd 1c n tcrord nllciulaiico,
II u 1 1 o 1 1 ii olllco Bhoitly Hftcr-1 A" 'Hawilll, WlJI Vnlit to sco lib.w tho
ward. Tlio-lliiiu.iulluw li.nl u soud ,lfltlvo rinU KI"S 8l,al"' l BBainst
tlmo down nt Hj.iullold na.ruck ltll ""eanotlior, and tlio Mcu Will euro-
'nindo iu-iuiisciuui.1k fur inittliiB tlck-l ' '' n.Rrcflt utrUgfilo from ulait to
ets on iiulu ul lliu cavalry canton. fl,ln-
lho hoya whu handle the homes uiol Tlio'tlcUcIn arc now hnlnRjirlntod.
keou on tho rminlns lllcnloa.tlJll.Lnn,, ,he'. wl ''? on cale early next
und thov inn uii cm,. . ,!,.( ImIm' wr,ll'' Tho charfica for iidmlesloh
town-tuutelidw or oilier and nee Klngl -' h "'? B0 ,ind 2"' t'c"t" The
and Kaoo run llielr llftccu-ml.o raeo'nrm' Xv"1 1,n wolf .rcprraonled nt'tlib
u wcyk fiom tomoriow. ' r)u-0' W PacknBCS of tickets are bo
While at ' the 1111110111110111' King '"' Ecnt oul'! ri,11 thc I'08'"
siado nrraiiKeiiiDiits for Lieutenant :j a ,:
Oicty to act us 0110 of ttiu Indues
on October 3". V. T. Itawllns will
be another Judsc, and thero Is btlll .
a third to tsclcct. Homo well-known ;
muh will he asked to oin.late, und
II1011 that cud nf thc buslncsij'wlll be
TlmckcciiciB havo also buen ni
pointed, and Lostcr I'ctrlo nml Frank
Krugcr will handle tho watcheit. C.
II. ltelnccko will keeV tali'ou tho
tntlH fla 'flip. urn riiiliil i.fT nttrl nd
he has had considerable cxpcrlcnco
In Unit line, tho score uliould be kept
Tho Athletic Park Is In good order
Wow, 'and noxt (v.-cok King will
Change 'his tfalnlnc mi;i tc'rs to tho
'gr.otih(ls, Whero 'tho raeo Is to ha
ruii. Th6 'man from the Coast Will
run every afternoon next week, al
though' ho will 'not cover' the full
fifteen miles each Uiiiq ho gets out
on the (nick, king Is 1 11 tho best
iposslblo conilltlon nt 'present, und
fifteen tiiilos Is nothing for him to
flgdl "Jacksoli Is acting as King's
t'rnlncr and udvl5er, and tho talka
tive olio Is doing great work. "Jack"
thinks ho can kcop up with King for
a few miles now. 11 ml If ho'lcarns'as
inuch about the gamo In tho futuro
as ho has In thc past, Honolulu will
lime ii (ouplo of champions Instead
Fast Mile. '1 '
Ycsteidny altcrnoon at tho rink
King ran three mllps nt 1 rattling
good paco. and would have confirmed
for n few miles farther only 'thai,
thero was danger of his foot heconi-'
lug bllstored. As It was, King cut
out onn 111II0 In I niln, r5 sec. Ho
was not fully oxlondcd,nnd consid
ering tho turning that has to bo
dono on tho cmnll track, his speed
was excellent. '
This nftornoon nt 3 o'clock,' Khig
and n bunch of other miiKcra wjll
do 8tunt.v6n,thotrnck at tlio, Alox
under Field. It Ik exnected tliat
iKIng 'wlllfrun an exl'illiltioii fml(o
and uIeo do somo sprints with 'tho
lads. A Bond turnout of siieetiitbrs1
Wiffnn.tM ..n,i hn. wi. Kn,i
will havo n clinnco of seeing tho
nialnlaiider In action. ' ' '
Knoo Is working nut faithfully,
nnd ho I doing most of his; work
tin the roads. Ills 'followers know
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linn iviiik in .1 Buun limn, imii. i(iu..
still t'llh their faith lu tho old.WalaJ
lua Horse, who cnu both run the din-
tanco and sprint In nt tho end i,,. tho Country Club, tho. I onlilulu Club
a manner Chat will nstonlsli King ""ll "" lla Oluli test I y to tho
ho 'Is nuywhdro near Kuod at tliow- the game has takpn hold of ho
end of tho race. Slmorson Is look -
Ing lifter Kuoo's lntorcstB( und 'there!
Is no doubt that most, of 'ido 'peoplo
Wl, .hd, l'.l, .Vtl.lMln'Pnrlr n.l
who gather at tho Athletic Park on
Sunday week will -huvo n cigar or
two on tho'old reilnblo runner.
Difference of Opinion. )
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if',. SiL'winM !,. i?m
that tho Hawallnn would havo a hot-
to. ,.l,n.nn ,,f winning 'in frt Mnr.
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nthou dlstnnco rnco. King may ro
turn 'from tho Coast early noxt-yoar,(
nnd then he would be willing n run
Kiion a miles 385 yards. 'At prcB
cut Klni? ta nnt roadv tn tackle the
long dlstunco, and ho Is co'ntetit' tl)!
ra,co over tho shorter course.
Kaob has dono romnrkablo work In
tho past, nnd has mudo good oyer nil
dlMnir.'os, from u hundred 'yards to
thirty 'mllos. 'flip old, fellow1 Is n
wonder for his ngo, und. lots of peb
plq wish that ho had been tnlten to
.oh aim wiBiami wnon in nw
lie would hayo mado some
n"!pl,l 3 Tlt't
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""STEWART CUP WILL
'BE OPEN COMPETITION
Ladies To B.e Invijed to Take
Up Gainb Properly Links
In Splendid Gonditibli
Lunch On Sunday,
Kvcrything Is booming Kt the
Country Clnb niul tho llukR nro In
excellent condition. Kxtra rncn have
been working on tho greens, and tho
consequence Is that the whold place
looks well. Tho usual crowd Will 'be
on hand tiftiiorrow, nnd lunch will
bo served nt tlio prefty chlbhouse.
'Plans nro under Wny for thc Stow
art Cup competition, nnd all tho'
golf clubs of the lslnnd nro Invited
to take part In tho play. Tho 'tr6
phy will havo to bo won three tlnic
by liny pinyer In order to becorii?
There Is talk of n ladles' toiirnn-
ment, and tho Idea Is n good 'oiio.
Kverywhero clso tho Indloa play 'the
game, but In Honolulu thdro nrcVcry
f6w who take It up.
On tho Saturday" bo'oro Thanks
gtvlhg Day thero will bo tho hs'uiil
two team composition, and two dap.'
tains will .choose' sides from 'those
who are- present. Tho day will bo
spent lu sport, Kild h great time. Is
promised those who roll up.
Tlio greatest Interest Is' taken In
golf nowadays, 'nnd every Builduy. n
large number df enthusiasts Wo t'o
be Fcen at the links. Mnny "new
players havo 'takeh up the game, nnd
i iimoug them nro some men who Will
"" holr liberal hnndlrnps reduced
I at tho noxU revision of tho stahdlngs
of ,ne I"11'"'
' This nftornoon quite a number of
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some BlrcimniH nrnctlse will bo In-
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ll'Brt ' f B, t'ocomlng more
'" "'"'" p"l'u"r in ii.m . 11 u, hu
""" wno.usaa lornie
cricket or tcnhls,
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ISt .nlfellt IllO llfll
ftirrlierly to play,
Club 'hoa lts-jmectlng nnd elected
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oBlccrs 'for tho coming year, Harry
llnlley was made' prksldont; C! Sul-ltt
llvan, crimmodrtre; "Jack McVeigh, O.
Sims and B: Schlober, .committee on
'regatths; CiebVBo' Sim's, Lou Ferguson
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Tho result of uq oloctlon Is nlwnys
itnnni'tulii nml nnvniin wlm run urn.
a ts m,tiomo Is moro than half n
,,rop,et. it doesn't tnko a prophot,
hnwovor, to.predlct tha't'any man 'who
,.(. Bn'd drlnka nnd good rinintfu
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NEW'RULES MAKE ' '
GAME TRIFLE SLOW
Neither Side Could Score Yes-
terdayHoogs Nearly Made,
Touchdown New Signals'
Cause of Pilikia, '
Tlioro was a falr-Blzed gathering
of lovers of 'football at Alexander
Held yesterday 'nftornoon, 'nnd tho
first practlfo gamo between tho Oahu
College students was watched with
Infcrcst. The now rules were In
vogue, nnd consequontlythe men on
the sidelines wcr'o deeply Interested
In the piny.
Although neither tide scored, the
two teams did somo strenuous stuntB,
nnd the play was more opcii than
when (ho old rules were In force.
Tho for'w'nrd pass only worked prop
crly once, although 'It was tried sev
eral tlriies. The now rules nirfdo tho
game ralher Blow, nnd n a new cct
of signals had to, bo arranged short,
Ay heforo tho game started, tlioro
woro mistakes, niado. Tho two' teams
wero made up from tho school as a
whole, and as tho bunch ha'd, of
course, been using one set of slg
hnls, another lot had to be arranged
when half tho Fchool weijt up
against thc other half.
Hongs nearly scored n touchdown
for tho seniors, and ho was' only
about 11 foot short of thc lino when
he was stopped. Tho gamo was
played In slxtccn.fnlnute periods,
wth thrcc-mlnute Intervals for
breathing after eight minutes of
play. Iletweon tho first nnd Bccond
halves thero was a spell nf ten min
utes, nnd then It was that the play
was discussed by everyone.
Thb gonoral 'Idea seemed' to bo'
Hint the players hnd to think too
mirh about tho rules to get going
properly. This will, however, soon
bo changed 011:0 tho men get used
to tho changes In the play.
Aklna was umpire; Losllo Clarke,
flold Judge: Lawrence Gay and Lea-
lln W'lsliurd. Hnomcn. Anderson was
head lineman, and tho watch-liol'd'cr
was Smootzler. The lineups Wcrd:'
Postgraduates, Juniors, 'Freshmen
nnd Preps Charles Ilrcnham nnd
Solomon Uilnkca, center; John
Mooro, right guard; AV. Inman, left
guard; Pcto Young, left tackle; Kd
,ward Moore, right tncklc; 1". 'Cowan,
loft end; flcorgo Hccn, right end;
A. Anderson, quarterback; Kdwln
qbb, fullback; George' Murray; loft
half: William .conoy. rignt nan.
Senjois nnd Soplidmorcs-r-Scdtchlo
Glbb nild William Ilnnison, center;
Edward Via, left guard; V. Ramos
'nnd A. Lima's, right guard; William
Pat'y. right ( tackle; Asliley, I left
tacklo; 'Scroggy, lght end; (Iraham,
right elidj'Oudci'klrk' nnd'O. 'StovoiiB,
left piul; C, 'IIoord,. tuarterback;
Dodgo. fu'llliatk: Poepoe. loft half;
William Hitchcock, right half; Ilabo
Pratt, mascot. a
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Tho Oahu Juniors 'will pla'- ball
tomorrow at tho Athletic Park', nnd
there will ho two games. Tho' Asa
his will play tho 0. A. C. Juniors,
,aud!?lje,ijihack8wll a:klq tho Pa
lamas. ' ''
and 'managers lof tt
'tt athlotlc'clubs are Invited tosend tt
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tt Oahu Juniors. tt
tt Oct. 23. Asuhla' vs. Muhocks. tt
tt Oct. 23. C. A. 'C. "vs. Palatrtu. II
tt Golf. tt
tt Oct. 23. Four Dill, Foursome. II. tt
tt O. C, Moanalun. tt
tt Cricket. tt
tt' Oct, 22. Mutch.
tt Oct. 23. Hoalnnl Clnb Rnce.
tt Oct. 29. SsaRon'Oporfif,
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HAKALAU EXPERTS MAKE
GOOD SHOWING ON COURTS
Match Ends In Draw With Two
Sets Each Hamakua Men
D'o Well Against. Rainy City
Hakalau was the scene of mi In
teresting tenuis mntcli last Sunday,
Hllo and i'ninakun figuring tis tho
opposing sides In u contest lu men's
doubles, says nn exchange. Gcno
Horner and Ned Patten of Hamakua I
had dccldod that thc title of cham
pldns of tho Island of Hawaii did'
not rightfully belong to Dr. Fred Ir-j
win nnd Conness, who obtained tho '...h
trophies in the tournament 'nlnved . i
In tho Bijrlns. and made arrange-
monts for a match to be played at
Haknlau last Sunday. Tho honors
woro Just nbout oven when tlio day
was finished, though tho Hninakua
men had 11 llttlo tho best of tilings.
i'nrly In tho afternoon tlio Ha
makua team took two straight sets
from tho local players, both being
won by the samo score, C-.1, but mil
hour later tho 'tables were turned,
Conness nnd Irwin coming back nnd
taking two straight sets froni their
opponents, tho scores being 6.3, 7r.C.'
This left the honors of the day
nenrl yeven, though the Hamakua .
pair had n slight advantago In tho
number of games won.
The playing of Patten was tho
surprise of the' day. siu vran steady ,
throughout, and his lobbing nnd'
smashing from (he half, court wero,
.unusually good. 'Homer did a great'
deal of clever work, but- tils scrvlco
was not In form and mnny double.
faults routlbuted considerably to
ward tho victory of tho Hllp .team.
In other regards lils Vorlc was ex
cellent, however. Dr. Irwin' play
ed his usual steady game, and'ln tho
final set was particularly strong In
his cross-court drives, which had
terrific ipccil nn'd meant sure 'points
Jf they landed t within (lio lines.
Cnnnc'ss was n,ot given n chauco to
play a net gnpio, the Hamakua team'
Tt'ceiilitg'tho ball liWay f'rbrn- lilm nn'd
practically putting him out of the
gnmo to far as that 1syio'of:'llay
wont: ' ;
It Is expected hi.it a"r'dturrf 'match
will bo played, befofb long, 'in' all
probability bn 'tho samo coiift, wl' You'll find they're all good fel
Hnkalau Is 'nbout hrtlf WaV betweeh lowiSe'fe-. ? 'i! I
thb Iwo'dlstrlctB. Tlid6uteldoptKy.lt 1 -' i n V
ers. who WcVq on'' Imrid' 'Wero pnicr- J IfV.rthn Conkinn
talncd"a'l iuncli by tho Hakalau nidnlI.l 'IHC. I ClSIllUIl
aim nil nan a most dnjoyabld tlme.i ; -"
Tho 'lirikMiiu1 i otirt" s'lff finp "lofi! ffotel nr'.FoH" "D.H.Davift, Prop,
dltlon, Init Is to bo resilrfnced with-
In the next week, which should make
It duo of the best 'courts In the Is
lands. Two new "Pearls" will bo ntloa't
roon, nnd they nro to bo called tho.
Kllzabcth and the Florence. Gcorgo
Crozler Will hliifdlb tho latter boat, '
nnd Frldny.wlll hayojh.o Kl7.abcth
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