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ibAfr' 10, BVRNtNO ttULLETIN. HONOLULU. T II HllDAY, OCT. 28, 1910. '
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OlvniDic Athletes Finish
hourth In New urieans Big
Meet Hurdle haco Was
NEW OHI.KANS, Oct. IS. Stand
ing of contestants In iinmuil sonlor
(liuiuplous Aniutcur Athletic Union:
Iilsh-Aiiieilcuu Athletic Club. New
York, I!) points.
New York Athletic Club, 18.
Chi HRO Athletic ABfeOL-lntlon, 18.
Olympic Athletic Club, San Trim
Now Ameilcuu record: Thiowlng
thu Javelin, 103 reet 1 Inch, mado
by Ilruno lliodd of the lrlsh-Atucrl
can Athletic Club, New York.
NEW OHI.KANS, I.n O.t. 15.
ttnlpli ltoso of tho San Francisco
Olympic Athletic Club wits u pro.
nounccd feature In the chiunplonshlp
series of tlio Ameilcuu Athletic
Union meet ut Tulune University Bin.
dlum this aftqiniMin. lie won tho
sixteen-pound shot ovent, nmklug 49
feet 1 Inch, was third In the Javelin
thiowliiR. third in tho discus throw
ing and third In tho Blxtcen-pound-hummer
In winning tlio shot ecnt ltoso
In nice the Southern record of II feet
3 ."-S Inches, nindo by J. J. Klllott uf
New York yesterday. (
An iiccldcut thnt befell Inland
Scott of the Olympic Athletic Club
wns n' great dls.ippolntment to the
I'acinc oCiifct cont'ngent, for, nftor
vaulting 11 feet 9 Inches In the pole
vault cont, h0 was forced to with
draw because of having strained n
muscle urouiiil his heait tho dny bo
fore. It hud T7een expected that he
would easily make 14 feet, bis rec
ord on tho Coast
In tho l00-)aril dash Waldo Tluoop
of the Untvcislty of Southern Cull
forula, at Los Angeles, hud been
touted us a suro winner, but owing
to a false start ho wns set buck two
yards, with which hnndlcup he camo
Through tho disqualifying of U',
llurtrauft of the New York Athletic
Club In (he 120-ynid high hurdles
and the losing of threo points, which
second place would have given hlrri,
that organization lost the national
championship of the Amateur Ath
letic Union. '
Tho 11 n I scoro for tho (list thrco
places was: Tilsli-Atucrlcuu, Nov
York, itf points; New York Athletic
Club, 48 points; Chicago Athletic As
sociation, 18 points.
100-yaid dash Won by J. SI. Ilo.
teubergcr, Irlsli-Ainerlcuu A. C, Now
Yoik: K. V. Ilellot; Irlsh-Ameilcan
A. C Chicago, second; W. C. Mur-i
tin, Seattle, third. Time. 0:10 1-5.
liL'O-jaid dash, final W'on by
Owyn Henry (unuttuched), Hden,
Tovas; ltobcrt Cloughen, Irish-Amor
lean A. C, New York, second; K. It.
Illulr, Chicago A. A., third. Time,
HO-jard run Won by V. Hayes,
St. Gregory A. C, I'lilladelphla; K.
J. Llndbcrg, Chicago A, A., second;
It. T. Kdwards, New York A.i C,
thlid. Time 0:52.
880.yardr'uu Won by P. aisslng,
Now York A. 'C,. by two feet; Mel
vln Shepfrard, Irish-American A. C.," " the dates of any oventa which
Now York, second.. Vfme,"2!01 4-5. .they nay be getting up, for In.jtt
Olio m n villi WonhV J- W. AlUn.'" ; "Mil uuuw .i.u uuo i.v.
ument, irlBh-Atnerlnin A. C. ;New Address all conimunlcatlons to
York; A.n.)Kluvett, Irsh-AnioVlcun the Sporting Editor, Bullo.Un.
A. c., NWSik.livrt; b.V, iicci- i, - r- ,.
lung, Ihooklln'd illk, mm.., thlid, , Q-hu Jlinlor .'
Time. 4:31. Th rfl.VW ;H.e. South'- Oc ..gjjh h. vs. C A. Ca tt
em record ,t 4 f iVsX;;' I 0ct- -?WPly. Mu Hock,. J.
Kraemur, Independent, New KorKi.
1-, li, lu-iiur, iw" jvif t, v.., -..-
nnd, Time, 27; 00 2-5. This bleaks
41. C-n..ll.A,n .mn,i nt "B'll l.f.
120-yuid high hurdles Won by .1.
r. ., . r r.t. I.... ..... t T
WUHC, llllllUin rfl. V., i IIILMh", ' "
.,..- ...I..1. k t ft ft V-...1.
roller, ii lau-iiiiivi i-au ,i, v., ,iu
Yoilr, bo' ond; J. Donahue, Olympic
A. C. San Krunclsco, third. Tlmo,
0:15 4-5. Ilreaks Southern recoid.
0:10 1-5. ,
220-yariT low hurdles Won by J.
.T. Kllnr, irlsh.Amerlcan A. C, Nw
York; .1. Iliirtreft, Now York A. C
second; Vi C, Walter, Chicago A, A.,
third. Time. 0.25 1-5.
Southern retold, 0:20.
Polo vault for height Won by II.
Ilabcock, Wow York A. C, 12 feet 1
Inch; Kugi-no Schoblnger, Chicago
A. A., second, 12 feet; 1-2. II, Schroth,
It. M. (I. C New Orleans, third, 11
feet 10 Inches. Ilreaks Southern
jrecoid of 11 feet B 1-2 Inches.
Running broad Jump Won by l-
C. Irons, Chluigo A. A., 23 feet 5 1-8
In lies; I'lutt Adams, Now York A.
C, second, 23 feet 4 11 Inches; V.
.1. Cllnoid (uuattuched), Philadel
phia, third. 22 feet 1-2 Inch. Ilreaks
Southern ictoid of 21 feet 8 1-:
Running high Jump Won by W
'rhuiuncscn. New Yoik A. C, 0 feet
2 Inches; 11, (iuinplct, New York A.
C, pcioud, U feet 1 Inch; J. Case,
Illinois A. C, third, J! feet,
Illuming, hop, step and Jump
Won by tjau .1. Ahem, Irlsli-Amerl-ran
A. C'., New York, 48 feet 1-4
Inch; Piatt Adams, New York A. C,
eecoiid, 47 feet 1-2 Inch; 1. W. l'lti
nlgaii. Knights of St. Anthony,
Iliooklyn. third, 43 feet 1 Inch.
Ill -pound hammer throw Won by
M. MtQartli, New Yoik Athletic
Club, 1C8 feet 4 1-2 Inches; C,
Walsh, New York Athletic Club, so-.
ond, 1C3 feet; Ralph Rose, Olympic
Athletic Club, third, 150 feet 7
inches. Ilreaks Southern record, 1 13
feet 4 inches.
lG-pound shot put Won by Ralph
Hose, Olympic Athletic Club, San
Ifraifclsco, 4!l feet 1 Inch; Patrick
McDonald, Irish-American Athletic
Club, New York, second, 48 feet 2
Inches; J.' J. Elliott, Irish-American
Athletic Club, New York, third, 48
feet 3 3-8 Inches. Ilcruks Southern
record, 4 1 feet 3 5-8 Inches.
Throwlu'g thu Javelin -Won by
John Hi odd, Irlsli-Anieilcuu Athletic
Club: Inject 1 Inch; Piatt Adams,
Now York' jHhlctlc Club, second, 118
feet 3 Inches; Ralph Huso, Olympic
Club, third, 110 feot. This breaks
the American record of 1GU feet
1J) 1-2 Inches, mado by Olllo Snedl
gar In 1909.
Throwing the discus Won by M.
II. Ortrnn, Chicago Athletic Associa
tion, 135 feet C 1-4 luclics; Martin
Sheridan, Irlsh-Amerlcnn "Athletic
Club, New York, second, 134 feet;
Ralph Rose. Olympic Athletic Club,
third, 125 feet. llre.iks Southern
rocoul, 115 feet 1 Inch.
Throwing 5T!-pound weight Won
by C. Walsh, New York Athletic
Club, 37 feet 1 1-2 inches; P. Mc
Donald, Irish American Athletic
Club, New York, second, 30 feet
4 1-2 Inches; Jft McGiath. Now
York Athletic Club, third, 30 feet
DOTS AND DASHES,
There will bo n meeting of the Ho
nolulu Yacht Club tomorrow after
noon ut I o'clo'k, and plans for u
nice In which ith'oungsti--B will
handle tho largo yachts will be
mado. Tho Chin lotto C, Kameha
nichu, Gludys and Ilclcno will prub
ubly be handled by tho kid-), and
thoy should do well, as thej have
been well ti allied at tho game.
On Sunday night, at tho rlnK, Sol
dler King will run n race against
Ilau, Jnckson and Hayes. Tho man
from tho mainland will tun six
miles while tho tilu covers five.
James II. Klddos, tho well-known
golfer, cilcKetor nnd football pluy
er, returned on tho Sierra this morn
ing ufter u four-month vucutlon
which was spent In Scotland.
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tt COMING EVENTS.
tt Secretaries and managers of tt
tt athletic clubs ara invited to send tt
llculunt Club Race.
tt Oct. 29.-
" uct' "'
29. Scubou Opens.
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tt Oct. 30. Kaoo vj. King.
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In politics there Is n dlffeienrn be-
twecn dying with your hoots on and
dying with your gum 'shotB on.
TROUBLE OVER HORSE
AND WOMAN CAUSE
Stanley Had No Chance for
His Lite and Was Murdered
in Cola blood fosse After
SPRINOI1i:i,I). Mo.. Oct. 15.
Stanley Ketchcl, chuuiplou nilddle-
weight pugilist, wus sliot and fatal
ly wounded c.uly this morning by
alter A. llurtz, an employe on tho
farm of It. P. Dl kersou, a friend ot
Ketchel, five miles noith of Conway,
Mu., whciu Ketchcl had been since
'luesday fur reel cation.
An hour befuio lie died Ketchcl re
gained cunsvlousucss, but his condi
tion boon took a decided chango for
tho worse, Tho pugilist died In thu
Springfield Hospital, to which ho had
been rushed from Conway on "i, spo
cial train, chartered by Dlckcrson.
Threo physicians were on tho spe
cial. An operation was performed ut
tho uinchouso In an unsuc-cssful at
tempt to locate tho bullet. A teport
from Conway has It that a 22-callbcr
illlo bullet, tho pattern which In
dieted Hoteliers (Wound, wus found
on tho floor uf the room In which
tho shooting took place.
The tiuublo between Ketchcl nnd
llurtz Is said to have sturtcd when
tho pugilist upraldcd the ranch hand
for beating a horse. This lingered
llurtz. The Incident took pluco yes
tciday. Ketchel had conio down to
tho lanch, which adjoins one ho ro
cently pur based, to spontl a fow
days, llurtz thought Ketchcl wus
going beyond tho piovlncu of a vls-l
Itor to take him to task for abuse ot
tho animal. ,
Mrs. Smith, In n statement to
night, assigned another cause for tho
shooting. ".Wlillo I was working In
the houso yesterday," sho said,
"Ketcholl Insulted mo. 1 becumo
angry. Ho wub greatly wrought up
over tho incident and pleaded with
mo nut to say anything to llurtz
nbout our convocation. He said ho
would give mo the best team of
hort-es on tho farm it I would keep
qdlet. 1 mado him no proniUe.
"When llurtz cnino home I told
him what Ketchcl had said to mc.
He was very angry. 1 think thnt ts
what cadsed him to kill Ketel-ol
The ofllcera believe M'rs. Smith's
story, although they think this was
not the only l canon for harsh fol
lug between tho men. After telling
her story, Mis. Smith admitted that
llurtz had; promised to ieeL ,hcr to
nlgllt. Sho took several policemen
and touny officials to 'tho' appointed
meeting placo to await tho lirrival of
Mrs. Smith Bays sho is n daughter
of Andrew llilght,' u. Christian coun
ty, Mo., f armor, she says slid mot
llurtz ubotil a month ago. Re.'eipts
fu Mrs. Bmlth's purse slfow that she
iccoutly bought igor,bundlBo 1" Cof
fey vllle, Kan. Sho s.ijb uho con
ducted ,i roomlng-liouso thcro.
It v?as Kctchel's custom wlillo
staying ut tho ranch house to alt ut
meals wltTi his fuco toward a door
leading into the house, tho dining
room being built In an old porch.
This morning ils p)aro utt the table
was chu'nged,., .sortie Bay by Mrs.
Smith, mid tho pugilist was seated
with his hack toVtho door.
i; Suddenly Hmtz' caniej'iJirpnfih the
oijor wiia a riuo in intnaiius ami
wsid to Kelchel: "TliiMWhup i6ur
WuimIs." iul jjj. J!" ',,
- ketchcl. not rcalUlnKjhrtlBqtlosi
;.ituH or tho altiiitliflUtoilo'd: nd
H'ttrted to nribo iinu m( toward
ittirlz. llcfoio ho'turiiJa'i-'rJm'iilete''
Vy nrqund llurtz fired. The bull on1
torod Kctihcl'B body bolow tho right
shoulder, coursed upward and entor
ed tho lung. Ketihel fell to tho
floor. The neatest physician was at
Conwav. It was forty-live .mluutos
hofofo ho uirlvcd. It was hours bo
foro the special tuiln anlvcd from
here. Ily thut tlmo Ketchel wbb In
bad shape. Soon utter the shooting
Ketchel lost consciousness, but not
bofoie Im had said that llurtz had
For more thnn n month Ketrhol
hud been In this part, of tho rouli
try. Weakened by tho fust life lio
nail led since Ins defeat by Ju.it
Juhtisoii in San 1-YuneiiSco, thu ll,!.t-
er bade faiewoll to liU inuiuBcr,1
Wilton MUiici', and the bright llgliU
uf New York, and came heic tln.i
mil pullld, to lecuperatc. I.uu.;
days In the louutiy and nights of
tvliolesuuio Bleep Bccmed to put new
life Into his c1iIb. lie bauu uilr l
'come buck," and icsumo IiIb place
at the tup uf the midd.owelght dlvi-!
It was his greatest desho to take-
on weight enough tu bo ublo to mcol
Ja k Johiisuu and ictrlovo his for
mer defeat, anil hu tltuifglft IibmiiuIJ
uc able to do It. HU filclids wWd
Eurpriicd at' tho Biidden Impi-wc-iiient
in his condition.
liven after bo was shot, plsli-l.ins
lioped his great strength would enrrj
li I til through. Tho dead piiKlllsfu
reul name wns Stanlsluus Klecui. Ilo
was burn In Grand Rapids, Mich.,
September 14, 1887, and was Tnoro-
foro but little more than 23 years
old. His parents are still Ihlng In
Michigan, where ho had buught
juopcrty for them. Tomorrow wou)J
have been the llrst nnnlvcrsary of
his fight with Jack Johnson, his last
Important ring engagement.
Krlends of tho dead lighter say he
was robbed cither botoro'or after ho
was shot. Whon ho went to tho
Dlckcrson rnii-b ho carried about
$500 In cubIi with him. There wna
no money In his pockets when as
sistance lirst reached him after ho
had been shot.
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SOLDIER KING TAKEN
ILL WHILE" RUNNING
Had Covered Six Miles When
Many people have remarked that
Soldier King would find, thut tho
climate of Hawaii would "get him"
before long, fudging from the way
ho collapsed on tho Athletic Park
trn k yesterday ufternoon, after cov
ering seven miles, it would appear
as if tho croakers were correct.
King ran as well ns usual for llv
miles, which ho covered In 29:52
and then conliuucd till he had cut
out six nil.es In 35:32. It wvj nt
the start of tho soventh nil'o that
Klnir suddenly was taken with
ramps, or some stomach trouble,
unil hud to quit. Ho wns O. K. last
nlcht and thinks tho plllklu was
only ti nas-slng uffulr. Kuoos lmcli
orB ruthcr figure it out thnt tho old
Wiiluliiu Horso will make the p.tco
so solid that King will ho run off his
legs. That may happen, as no ono
knows what Kaoo can really do whon
pushed to his utniobt speed and on
This nfternoun King will run ut
tho Athletic Park, and ho will start
work ut 3:15. ,,p Knoo will do his
work on tho Hoys1 Field track, uild
Hill Rico will attend .to hm.
(Additional Sports on fane 7.) j
A SUGGESTION ON. ECZEMA
It Is suggested that eczema suffer
ors ask Honolulu Drug Co. of thlB city
whut reports they aro getting from
tho patients who huvo used tho oil of
wlntorgrccn liquid compound, D. 1).
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