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SOLDIER KING PROVES TO BE
TOO SPEEDY FOR ANTOI KAOO
.OLD WAIALUA HORSE RAN GREAT RACE AND SHOWED
PLUCK MAN FROM MAINLAND COULD HAVE WON
BY LARGER MARGIN IF HE HAD WANTED TO THOU
SANDS WATCH RACL
Soldier King defeated Antone Kaoo by one mile in the fifteen-mile
race at the Athletic Park jesterday. The old Hawaiian did not have a
chance of winning, and it was evident early in the race that Kaoo
was outclassed. King did half the distance in 40:48, while Kaoo took
40:29. The ten miles were thrown behind by Kng in 63:36, and Kaoo
took 69:01. King finished the full fifteen miles in 1:38:18, and Kaoo
stopped running at the end of fourteen miles, which he covered in
Aunc! nunc! tho l'rldo of lluwull
wns beaten fulrlj unJ squarely by
Soldier King jcHtfnlaj. Thcro wu
i.i itii.ilii nlinut Min rnuilli nt t li n
itlU UUUUV UUUUV (11U IVDUIt k ttiu
race from tho kucuiiiI mllo uii tu the
llnleh Tho best man won, and ho
ran llko a thoroughbred every Inch
of tho long Journc).
King a Machine.
King lu action Is llko a imichlno,
nnd he g.no tho people of Hawaii
Homo Idea of how tho world's best
runners perform on (ho mainland.
Ills stylo Is pcrfc t, and he ran n
beautiful rut 6 right through.
When four miles and two laps had
been lovcred. King overlapped Kaoo,
and the soldier's supporters jelled
thenuclvcH hoaitio. KTug then
dropped In behind Kaoo, and run
along at nil tasj rate of speed, At
the beginning of the fifth lap In tho
fifth mile. King shot out I'licul nnd
Kaoo niuwered tho ihallengo lu
King finished tho five miles with
one hip tu tho good and running
easy. Kaoo 'sprinted when he had
dona "four laps over tho fo miles,
and cheers went up from tho Hawai
ian's supporters. t i
Six miles wero thrown behind by
King In nG:lG, nnd ho was then
rapidly overhauling Kaoo for the
second time. The soldier got close
behind Kaoo at two laps over thu
six miles, and us ho dashed ahead
of the Hawaiian u yell went up from
Kaoo's backers. They claimed, first
of all, that King had trodden on
Kaoo's foot, but as King was run
ning In shoes that had no spikes,
thorn wiu nothing to that complaint.
As a matter of fact, Kaoo was Just
touched. King ran n uhooliitel)
square and fair rate und no foul was
committed, if King had 'lIiohcii to
do sn, ho tould huu cut out tho
piao ho fast )n tho 11isi"fcw miles
that Kaoo would, have had no chance
at all.,, Ktty'o came to a stop when
tho foul' was claimed, bu resumed
running shortly afterwards.
1o dispoHQ 3f' tlio ;wlld rumois
that went tup rH"'l'),l8t, night, It
may be stated tllatv litter1 the rare
Kaoo and his managers , told the
three judges that (hey did not wish
to cuter an protbst, and that there
vas ui doubt ihat tho better man
hud won. The old Walaluu lloree
was salsHed that he had no chaiiie
of beating King o;cr fifteen miles.
Big Crowd Present.
, Theio was a great crowd piescnt,
"find tho grandstand and bleachers
were absolutely fun. i no ovcrnow
found Its waj around tho sides of the
ground, and muny hundreds woro
seated on tho benches. Automobiles
and mrrloges wero ranged at the
Kwu side 'of tho ground, and, taking
It -altogether, it was n flno sight.
Althouglf'ttnost peoplo lost through
Kaoo's jlefeut.therowus no kicking
when UiolJudesJgyv,ri decision,
There wuh abboluttill no 'e'xcube for
.. . . 1 k 15.....,..i.... ...J ....o
kuoos netcai, wxiupi i iwh .
too good f(ir-theJUa,watltib over thu
distance, .v :,!
The Start. y ii
cure who had tho Insldo running;
kaoo answered "Mkcpu," It was
agreed that If cither man wished to,
he lould get- off the track and be
rubbed down. Passing on the III
side, unless there wus plenty of
loom, was barred, and whichever
runner took tho lead had to go on
At S:50 the men toed tho mark
and the slimier ntilrkly got them
nwii). Kami nt once took the lead,
with King n stildfl behind lilin The
first lit it bIx to the mllo was cut
out lu bu seconds. The sccoiid lap
.... '.. .
The, menwflreeaiieu logoiner. oy
ludeSs uilrarshqrt' consultation
nhice. Klng'snM'thut he' dtiln't
was cocicd In (J2 3-3 seconds; third
In 63 3-5; fourth In 05 3-5; llfth In
01 3-6, und the sixth In 03 1-u. Tho
first mile was-Ner) slow, and King's
backers knew that tho soldier was
mciel) trjlng out the Hawaiian.
lu tho third lap of tho second
mllo King th id of the slow pace
put up by Kaoo He snrliitcd out,
and In tuo laps had put a dlstauca
of 200 )ards between thu native nnd
himsclj. from that time on King
Increased his lead until. In the fifth
mile, ho overlapped Kaoo.
. From then till the end of tho raca
It wus lnerclj n matter of whether
qr not something might happen to
Kiug that woulii allow Kaoo to
Thcro was nothing doing In th"
way of catching up by Kuno, bow
ever, uiid. King Increased his lead
with every stride
Half Wav. .
At noijn und a half miles, which
King ran n 10:18, Kaoo wus no lens
thau 3, minutes If seconds behind.
Ihe eight miles were cut out b
King In )9:59, and ho was running
At ten miles, which King did lu
1;3:3G, Kapo was completely out of
tho race, no far as winning vent
nnd a lot of coin that had been In
vented on tho ten - mllo result
changed hands' thcro nnd then.
Kaoo bi ought forth cheers by
sprinting a few times whenever King
got close, but It alwa.s ended In
the Hawaiian slowing up ami tuU
soldier adding another lap,
Hvcii after ten miles had been co.
ered, with King so far in tho lead
thero were Kaoo men who thought
that King might collapse und allow
tho natho to win after all.
King, however, wns running In his
best possible Btjle, und seemed icudy
tu keep It up for a week'.
1 owned the end of tho raca Kiug
iulikc,iicd his pate u lot And he got
over tho ground ut a gre'at ratd. He
win) running us strong us ut tho
start, and seemed iib fresh as over.
Kaoo lengthened his strl'do u lilt
and appealed to be running better
than at the beginning. Tho old fel
low looked us If ho, could have gone
tho full Marathon distance with
The fourteenth mllo was uitt he
hind b) King In l:31::i3, vvhllo
Kaoo took 1:38: J I. The boldlei was
then one mllo ahead, ami ho crossed
tho wlnulng line, ut fifteen miles, 1C
beiunds before , Kaoo completed his
fouitcenth mile. It was nn easy vie
toiy for King, and ulthough Kaoo
made a gumo attempt, ho was out
classed ut tho distance.
King wus handed an American
Hag by Nigel ackbou In the lust
lap, und the lliio little runnci cur-
led the Stais and Stripes around.
One hundred und fifty juVds from
tho finish King .kprlnled, nnd came
(fowiiltho truck llko an "eveirilme;)
man, Uo crossed the winning lino
umldst cheora, .und iuon, Ignoring
tho uffqrecl, sUpprfrt gf h) trulher,
turned iaud-spiliig.to sjww how
froslitho was.i, ' ' J , t
i Kaoo st6pped running wjieu f he
tomiiietedriil fourteont"Ii inll'e ajiit
ho was not so distressed ns people
Imagined him to be.
Kintr Admires Kaoo.
t King wus seen after tho raco and
bo remarked: "That old Hawaiian
is a 'Wonderful runner for his ago
If he hud bean shown how to curry
himself when on the tuitk, ho would
havo been u woi Id-beater, Fifteen
miles Is my distance, but I would
give Kuoo a chunce at mo over the
Marathon distance earl) next enr,
If he rnios to run."
Th"' i miners were thn renter of
nttuiction before tho r.uo started,
mid tioops of fileid9 uud foes wuud-
bulillcr hlug, Mho jciUrda) difiatiil
Aiilunc Kuoo fur the ilflun miles
ruimliig fliiiinploiishlp of llnwaH.
ed their way to tho dressing rooms,
vhero the champloiiR hold court.
'Nigel JacksoU was tho busiest of
men, mid ho had King In the pink
of condition. 11111 Hlco was Kaoo a
henchman, and thu old Walaluu
Horse looked good to the oo.
Tho crowd outslJo was deeply In
terested lu tho event, uud hero and
there could bo seen hunches of men
gathered together discussing the
rnco Peoplo seemed to ha About
ovonly divided about tho matter, und
tho way In which the Huvvallans
backed their fancy was n sight to
Tho times of tho two men for
caiMi stago of tho raco weio us fol
low: ' f
,.30: 2 J
8 .'. ...,'49:59 C3
King nverugod 0:33 1-3 . lo tho
mile, uud cut outtho last lap lu 53
Kuoo uvcraged 7:2 1-2 In tho mllo
foi fourteen miles. Hen Holllngor
and 11111 Chilton kept Independent
tup on tho times, whllo I'ran'c Kru
ger and I.cstor Pctrle weio tho ofll
Tho race was a success In cvory
wuy, und ulthough the..Prldo of II i
wall wus defeated, It wMf'" n much
fabler muu over i nftcou-jnllQ cburso,
DOTS AND DABirES1,!
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On NWmberBtlilWhvllMbo u
yacht riico In wlilfch U)j()iouumoAiv
bora of tho Honolulu Yacht Club will
sail tho lurgo boats of tho Hawaii
Yacht Club Tho Hawaii I will ho
navigated by Sullivan, tho Charlotte
C, by Campbell Cnulor, thu Kamo
hainiha by Oeorgo Sims, the (lludys
by Luther Hough und tho Holonu by
either McVeigh or Will Ollrltn
The mile skating race ut thu rink
lust night, In which Ueorgo Wilkinson
gave Manuel Fit Has half u lap start,
resulted In n win for the scratch innn
after n very close contest; Wilkin
Min's time was given as 2 minutes, 47
Hccnuds, which Is verj fast coiiHlclei-
lng thu sue of tho link,
COLLEGIANS HAND OUT
SCORE OF 16 TO NIL
Bill Rice and Birdscyo Do Groat
Stunts High Do Bettor in
Second Half and Prevent
On Suturduv uftcinouu tho Col lego
of Hawaii football team defeated tho
High Schoul by u score of 1C to 0.
The collegians had tho best of tho
gaino right through, although thov
Highs did good woilc ut tlpicb. I
Tho gauio moro closely resembled,
Itugby than an) thing else, nnd some'
fine tuns wero made down tho field
uy tne speedy ones on tlio teams, in
tho first quarter Hill Hlco mado two
lino touchdowns, und he showed ro-
markablo speed und dodging ablll-
ty. lllrdscjo iiUa made a touchdown
lii thu second quurtcr, and It was
from this trj thut Mur all I no kicked!
Tho Highs then gut colng proper
ly, uud for tho rest of tho gumo
they held tho collpgo down to no
fiuther (core: They put up a great
defense, nnd try as tho collegians
would, they could not get through
tho lino. During the last two quar
ters tho gnmo wns strenuous enough
for nio thing, and tho Hlglm pressed
so hurd In the last quarter thut the
colleen liml tn tp rt tn manv for
ward passes In order to mivo tho clay. J
inero wore four quarters of icn,
minutes each placd, uud there
woie thrcc-nilnuto Intervals hetweon!
them. At half tlmo thcro wns u
spell of fifteen minutes, nnd It wus
much appreciated by tho plajcrtf-und
also by W. T. IUwllns, who offici
ated as umpire.. The clay was rather
warm, and tho new rules make tho
gnmo moro open. Consequently tlio
mon wero kept on tho go nil tho tlmo
and thero woro muny bellows to
mend before tho gnmo was finished.
Although tho Highs were defeat
ed, they wore woll pleased with the
showing they mado in their first
game. The college possesses somo
tull moil, and thejj wero nblo to
reach for the bull und tuku it well
above tho hcada of their smaller op
ponents. ti tt t:
DOTS AND DASHES.
Charlie Itclliy probably mlbscd un
opportunity of meeting Untiling Kel-1
sort by being In Honolulu. Cburlloi
will bo wending hla way back to Han
rranclsco on tho Sierra, maybe, jllo
will return Inter oif, und It la possible
that Mudlson will enmo along, too!
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Lust night nt tho rink, tho l'rlncesH
roller polo team dofcatnd tho Murines
by n scoro of 4 to 0. Tho result was
a surprise to the spectators as tho
Marlnos wero thought tu bo Invincible
nt tho gumo
Jou McGurn nnd Irnnmnn McCul-
lough nro matched tn box at Lellchuii
curly next month Tho two should
nut un u Croat go und tho Cavalrymen
will have a treat for euro.
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