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I 'I Jin
SOLDIER KING DOES GREAT
MAN FROM COAST PUTS UP FINE FIGURES AT KAPIOLANI
' PARK AND AT RINK RICE TOO GOOD OVER QUAR
Soldier King on Saturday and
8pndny showed what lie cap do
under nny conditions, and on nny
truck. The man from the Constr.iii
at Alexander Held ori Saturday aft
ornoon, and although he Is' not sun
posed' to be a s)irltiter, he put up A
i;ood quarter mllo ngnlnst Chlimplon
I Quite a number of peop'c winded
their way out to the Oahu College
grounds, apd when Kin;: .md Itlce
i,.,u u.ho . ,racK ukio w.j
persons thought that King should bb
able to romblne even time sprints
with long-distance runs, but that Is,
of course, absurd, Illco boat King
easily enough, but If the only III 1 1
hid been asked to continue for an
other lap or two, there would have
been a different story to bo told.
'The men got away together, and
for moil o"f the way King led on
suffr.nnpe., Coming along) the turn
toyvnnU home, King,-who was on
the ln')le' spf-lntcd arid' wag In-
Btantly challenged by nice. Tho
dash, for the tape was 1 iircttv ono,
but Itlre held tils man perfectly safe
and landed a winner by a foot or bo.
llljl could .have Improved a lot'' on
the showing he made, and King sur
prised ever) body by running so' well
ai a distance that Is not his nt nil.
I The soldier champion did not stop
whn Itlce Uld.jniid he continued for
five laps more at n fairly solid pace,
and niiljiied with a sprint that
pleased his trainer, Nigel Jackson'
very much. The Marathon Kid was
much In evidence, and as he Is n
.grept .worker nt nn thing he tnkes
Up, Kng Is lucky to get bold of him
as, n trainer,
On Sunday afternoon King went
out to Kaplolanl Park, nnd a great
-rowd of sports made their way there
also In order to see the soldier run
ton miles while Nigel Jackson did
eight and a half miles.
The men got away a trifle before
the time arranged for, and some peo
pie missed most of tho race. How'
ever, as Jackson was three-quarters
of nt mile behind at' the two-mile
mark, there was not much race nbout
the matter. The' soldier Vbnt along
In great fashion, ind simply b6und
ed over the bad plnces on tlie track,
Mo surprised people who Had not
seen him before, and the -admirers
of Kaoo gotift shock whqn they saw;
tho way the malnlander coyered the'
When Jackson dropped out, King
shook, up tbo( pace n llttlo and con-
iiuui-u ior nve nines, wnen no quit.
Ho looked as' fresh as possible, and,
considering the rough track, he put
up great time over the five circuits
of the track. King did tho flvo
miles In 29 111 In. 22 1-2 Bee., and as
the world's professional record Is
only 4:32 1-2 'faster than his figures,
he must bo called a good one.
Illll Chilton handled the watch.
Vo the time Is correct If the track Is
the right distance After his run
King went to the beach and enjoy
ed a ewlm. That he Is In good con.
dltlon Is obvious, and he will Im
prove every" jilay up till the time he
steps onto the track to meet Kaoo.
Banner vs., Skaters.
At 9 o'ulotk last night King went
to the rink' Ami tackled two ro'llor
skntciR ort, the. bement floor. Thp
tots on, tne tipmeiit noyr. Thp
dltloi( of thoracTwert,Uiat SaW
I. offjsllc fa'fAtt'bfl'yiWkatgtwn
les. (and'? that aeorJ,'''M'lllfnsc(i,
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. When the pistol went. King shot
out ut a good pace, and It took (he
man -'on skates a few laps, to get any
kind of a lead on Ue runner. Aft
er a mile bad been covered Sarroul
was only two and one-half laps
mieuu, unu u was seen mui iuu
skaters had no hance of beating!
King unless he dropped dead on tho
track, King sprinted nlong at the
sumo pare right through, and he tut
the corners very close. At the end
of two miles Sarcoul pulled out and
Wilkinson took his place. King was
a sure winner, ns only four laps bad
been gained on him and, In orden
'Uifce'when, rcopl , wnnijua.yr- j: auuuaju -
tirftwIiiP ..'kondi'fflMMdifylMndl Wednesday
?,rw.urr"ri wmi - -.m
"!MV.. nv-or "ivv r-f h,'i,!,i 1 . av . .
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to win, tho two skaters would liaf
to overlap lilm tlilrty-tlvo times.
'llklnsyn wns up against an Impos
sible proposition, and bo know It
Wilkinson skated well and appear
ed tb get along better than be ever
did before on the local door, lie I
used to the 'small track now, ftni
ukntes very clean. He Ib sure on Ills
feet, and that Is eer)tlitnc on a
track that measures seventeen lnB
to tll0 mC
Kng j,ew ,.-,, the ,,,,. ,
very confident manner, nnd Wlll.l 1
son did his best to overlap tho run
ner as many times ns possible. The
skater did manage to pick up seven
laps before King finished his third
mile, but then It all ended and King
was n winner by a huge margin.
Counting the, handicap. King won
by one mile and six laps, and the
skaters were never in It. As, a mat
ter offa't, If the race, had been a
level three miles eventr the soldier
would have beeji only eleven laps
behind when tho dUtnnco was coy
ered by the skaters.
King was cheered for his victory
and congratulated on the showing he
made. He was fresh when ho fin
ished, although the sharp turns had
miner blistered one of his feet.
Today IKIng will rest ,1111 and to
morrow ho and his trainer wlU move
to tho Athletic Park, where the xest
of'the week will bo put In In a really
strenuous manner. Tomorrow nfter
noon King will run the full fifteen
miles, nnd every day till Sunday ho
will do somo really hard 'work.
' Kaoo Is working In the dawn of
the day -and after dark at night. Tho
old folldw'n supporters have overy
confidence in him, notwithstanding
tho great stunts thnt King Is doing.
Kaoo Is a great runner, and ho enn
stay for a week nt the same old pace,
He also baa a sprint thnt willmake
King look Rick If tho fifteen-mile
race Is anything like a close contest.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Tho local cricketers aro again talk
ing of getting up a inntch between
married and single men and such an
evont would koep tho game, gplng for
Noxt Friday night thoro will bo an
indoor baseball game nt the Y. M. C,
A. gymnasium and everybody. Is In
vlted to attends , ,
Austin White, Js doing well on tho
golf links of California, nnd ho has
lust qualified among tho sixteen
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ASAHIS AND MU HOCKS
ARE EASY WINNERS
Chihesc Juniors and Asahis
Are Now Tied, With Mu
' Hocks Running Third Pa
1 lama Nine Oul of It. ,
There were two ball games nt the
Athletic Park jesterday, and the
Oahu Juniors supplied tho fun. Tho
fans turned out In fair numbers, and
most of them were Japanese nnd
Chinese. The diamond wns In good
order, and the weather was perject,
con I quently the afternoon's sport
wns enjoyed by ocr)one.
The first gume was put up by tho
C. A. C. Juniors and Asnbls, and It
ended In a win for tho Japanese
plajers by a score of 7 to 3. Mori
yama and Murakami formed tho bat
tery for the Asahis, and they did
good work. The. Chinese attack was
in the hands of Ahana and Knit Pu,
'and Ahana struck out seven men.
The Asalls''dld thclf sCoHiig at
tho start of tho game, and In 'the
first Inning; madq tb'e Ch'luese sit up
and tnko notl e, and when tho Nip
ponese hit up three more In their
half of tho second, a groan went up
from tho subjects of tho Celestial
The Chinese could not get going,
and for Inning ufter Inning It was
a on,o two-three proposition for
them. The Japanese could do no
more' scoring after the first two In
nlngs, nnd then in the ninth tho
Chinese made three.' run's 'and, saved
the whitewash In fine stIe.
The second game was between, thq
Muhocks and tho Palama JuniorB,
and It went to tho Muhocks by a
score of 8 to 3. The Sam Hop bunch
scored In the second, third, soventh
and ninth Innings, and they did well
ncnlnst tholr strong opponents. The
Palamas made one In their first and
two In their third, nnd that was all
they could do,
Tho official scores were as follow
C. A. C.
Huns 000000003 3
Haso hits 0000 10 00 23
Huns 43000000 7
Ilaso hits ,..'... 0 1 1,0 1 0 10 I
Two-base hits, Noda, T. Mori
)amn; sacrifice hit, Murakami; lejt
on bases, C. A. C. C, Asahl 4; first
base on errors, C. A. C. 4, Asahl y,
hit by pitcher, Ahana, Knu r, Mu
rakami, C. Morlyama; struck out, by
Ahana 7, ,T. Mori)ama, 3; bases on
called bans, ofl'Anana y, n won
yama 4; wild pitches, Alrana 2: pass
ed bulls, Kau Pa 2. Umpires, An
Sue and llrlto; scorer, Sam Hop;
tlmo of game, 1 hour 18 minutes.
Huns . . . .s 0 2 4 0 0 0 l'O 1 8
Haso hits 02300 122313
Runs 10200000 03
Ilase hits . . .V."2 04000110 8
Two-baso hits, T. Akana. M. Akco,
ti. Hook 2, Lopes; left pn bases, Mu
ho:k C, Palama 0; first baso on cr.
tors, Muhock 1, Palama 2; struck
out. by Wah Kai' 13, N. Kalml ll;
base on called fiallj,)off, Wah Kal 1;
passed bulls, J.opes. Umpire, Ah
Sue; Bcbrer, Sim HOiij tlmo,of game,
1 hour22 minute,
J a 4
DOTS'. AND DA8HES,
'!,Tuo Mollllonwhlch was'toulle'd In
the;'trans-Puclle laco'by, Commodore
Ward, and which has; beehut Fertrl
llurbor since, want ushofb.'pn n re'if
yesterday ,afternoon butasbpu'llqd
on uy one or mo ureugiog tugs oe
fore much damago was done.
The High School boys are nuxlous
to get an athletic Hold where they can
practice and train for different events.
Tho other schools huvo tlno grounds
and It Is a pity that the Highs can
not bo given u plucu somewhere
The annual meeting of the Hawaiian
Association Kootbull Lcuguo will be
held nt the Thistle Club, Young bulld-
Ing, on Thursday, October 27, nt 8
THREE CREWS BATTLED
IT OUT ON HARBOR
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Four Stroked By 0. Lightfoot
Won Out Another Raco
Next Sunday Morning
Much Interest In Events,
Yestorday morning there was n
shell race on tho harbor, and three
crowB took part In it. Tho contest
ended In a win for the crew stroked
by Oswald Lightfoot, nnd It had a
fairly easy time of it. Tlio cox wan
young Hall, and he wns so anxious
to get 'to churOi that he ma do his
crew row about twlco tho distance
of the race before tho etent started.
Howover, after some delay tho
crews got to the starting post nnd
were sent away to n good start.
Llghtfoot's crew hit It up in great
style and soon established a lead on
the others, who all seemed to get
into plllkla right at tho start. Ono
oar broke and somes.' crabs wcro
caught, but all three crews battled
It nut to the finishing' lino.
Tho course was froin tho Ilackfold
wharf to a line between No. 9 buoy
and tho Channel wharf. The dis
tance wns about three-quarters of a
mile, and the men finished It fn first-
Tho winners will have to tackle
the, same crews noxt Sunday, and
tlje'n once more on Sunday week. The
series wob arranged to bo for tho
best two out of three races, nnd It Is
possible thnt extra races will have
to bo pulled to decide the matter.
Tho crews who rowed )csterday
wcro as follow:
No. 1 Oswald Lightfoot, stroke;
Paris Lycurgus, 3; James Horry, 2;
A. T. Longley. 1; Kid Hall. cox.
No. 2 Kamakau, stroke? Prank
James, 3; W. Grace, 2; K. Lampke,
1 ; P. Kvans, cox.
No, 3 L. Cuiiha, stroke; Charles
Hrown, .1; C, B. Ma) no, 2; mil
James, l; H. Krugnr, cox.
JACK JOHNSON WILL
RACE WITH 0LDFIELD
Negro Champion to Meet Fam
ous Auto Driver.
NKW YORK, Oct- r. Jack Johnson,
champion heavyweight pugilist, will
race Harney Oldlleld at Sheepshcnd
Day track on October 20.
Announcement of the dnto was
made by Lou.M. Houseman of Cblcnga
and Charles Moran of this city, who
said that they have leased tho track
for tho day mentioned and already
huvo JohnBon'B signature to the agree
ment Oldfleld bus also agreed, ac
cording to his manager, William Pick
ens, and will Blgn up within a few
days. Ho is now at Springfield, 111.
It It It
DOTS AND DASHES.
The standing of the teams of tho
Oahu Junior League Is as follows:
C. A. C.
.Captains hae been elected for tho
Indoor baseball teams of the Y. M. C.
A' und the nines will be headed by
Tom McQuIre, Joo Honan, M. Per-
re Ira ,and Charles Olllllnnd. The
toa.mu are known as the Reds, Whites,
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