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CHARLIE FRAZIER WRITES
OF CUBS AND ATHLETES
Says Honolulu fans Are Too
,Qulet for Anything Real
Article Only Exists On the
I'fiarl'e Fl-toter, the well known Ho
nolulu innn, who nt present Is on t lie
innlnlnnd, Imil n cliuuro of seeing romo
baseball n couple of weeks ngo. Tlie
genial Charlie remembered Ills Hono
lulu friends and the following letter
was written by lilm liiiniedhi'.oW after
the game between tlie Cuba mid Atli
letlcs: "Snw n part of tlio name yesterdny
between tlie Chicago "Cubs" and the
Philadelphia "Athletics" for tlie cham
pionship. Also saw 11 Kame Saturday
between tliu New York "(Hants" and
tlie New York "Yankees." There were
about thirty thousand shouting, yell
ing, booting funntlcs at eacji game.
Who from quint, peaco-loving Hono
lulu could spend much time watching
the fitncy touches of baseball with
that hyper super-animated mass of
thirty thousand fans as a counter at
traction? Who could calmly sit and view this
Bpectacln without . becoming Imbued
with some degree of tlio excitement of
the moment. "Fan" In Honolulu is
Just n name. We don't understand the
amount of static electrical fanaticism
thut can be generated by thirty thou
sand baseball enthusiasts packed like
sliced Hawaiian plneapplo In n can,
rubbing shoulders and acting as con
ductors for every shade of emotion
and counter-emotion that n three-bagger
at a critical stage In the game will
set up in n crowd that worships nt
only ono shrine the shrlno of Ty
Cobb, Hal Chase, McGrath or other
patron saint of the baseball "fan."
In I'hiladelphln I watched tlio
crowd In tlio grandstand during the
Cuh-Athlotlcs gamo. Outside the gazing eagerly at one of the various
grounds was a crowd almost as large, 'bulletin boards In front of somo news
unablo to gain admittance even paper olllco or other central point,
standing room. Somo were bidding us. Tlio scores were given In bits, errors,
high as twenty dollars a seat to ex- bases an balls, runs, etc., and the
change places with somo of tlio lucky crowds' about as enthusiastic as thoso
The only satisfaction they could get
NEW ORLEANS MEET
Sheppard, Sheridan, Bonhag
and Talbott Wore Defeated,
Eight Thousand People
' A report of tho national trark and
Held championships held at New Or
leans last week under the auspices
of the Amateur Athletic Union, In
which" several Olympic: Club athletes
participated, reached San Francisco
when the details of tho big meet wero
related by APl'-oan. the winged "O"
trainer. In vevi pf tho fact that
there has been nil Inclination ,011 the
part "of local entliuslastsVto feel dis
couraged by, (ho'sliowfrig ft tho
Olympic, teamot1 'llvo competitors,
many Interesting features in connec
tion with tho championships nro. In
teresting, says the Chronicle, In
proportion to Its representation tho
Olympic Club team attained Its share
of honors and was by no means out
classed. The ,thrce teams that lln
Ished ahead of the local hoys In tho
score column Irish-American Club,
Now York Athlotlc Club and the Chi
cago Athletic Association wero en
tered with a squad of fifteen athletes
each, or twice ns many aspirants ns
appeared In the Interests of
A general revei sal of form In
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wus lnl reports of the progress of the
games megaphoned down to'thctu from
thu high walls about the grounds by
obliging sinnll boys.
iTliotuJun'ds of people lined tlie roofH
and pj-'ored oUi of tlio .high windows
of Riirrauriillhg buildings. Somo wore
so foolhardy as to climb up the ladder
leading up 11 tall factory chimney
overlooking the bull park.
Out In tlio streets ubout thu city It
seepied that every man and boy wus
In the. park
. I went nil .about the city In a nut-
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which' the. champion athlete's of the
Unlted-Slntes figured was the most
prnioun:cii phase or the 1310 meet
ing. .The, Olympic Club athletes, who
failed to.Mlvo up o expectations,
wcfoiio exception to this fact, which
Is bIio'wh in tlic,'defeat.l'of suclvclinm
plons'!ns Mel siioppard,, Martin Slier'
nate, tho Injury ho suffered in prac
tice being too great a handicap In
the final test. Change of climate,
which, nt tho time of tho game, was
very hot and sultry following rain
In the vicinity of New Orleans, Is
tho cnuso attributed to most of tlio
surprises. Tho track, owing to re
cent construction, was slow; but this
feature occasioned no discrimination,
and all competed under the same con
ditions. Champion after champion was
eliminated as each event was l dis
puted. The entire assembly of 8000
spectators looked to see tho men who
had won national tltlcB and honors
at, tho Olympic games make a clean
sweep of the card, but surprises wore
tho .order of tho day.
The dofeat of Molvln Sheppard of
tho Irlsh-Apiorlpan Athlctlo Club,
who hug; ;boen 'breaking records nil
season and bad proved peerless in
the list of mlddle-dIstniKo runnois,
wus the first setback of tho day.
Sheppard lost tho half-mile run to
Harry OUstng of tho Now York Ath
letic Club by a fow scant Inches. On
tlio last quarter Sheppard sprinted
Into the treth of a stllT wind on tho
back stretch, wllh (llsslng two yards
to the roar. Coming Into the
straightaway Shoppaid made a mis
take In Judgment, which probably
cost him the nice, It being observed
Unit ho ran wide mi the last turn.
(llsslng, realizing his opportunity!
I m.idu. up enough ground to get on
oven terms and Just beat Sheppard
Clpughcu niHl Ilnrrv I'ortof. attempted to carry Ills' Hold too fast ,ni nm i,n ,.'n rr i.. iint,.ui
deht to l.ee Scott; the Olyin. In the Initial mile, nt least this Is the. ii.n.f.,.,. i n.i" .?i h'.,-.i i m.
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FAN SEES GREAT SERIES
Scenes at Shibe Park, Philadelphia, described by Charles R.
Frazier, who saw the games for the world's baseball
chlno and found 'these grpups uvery-
wnere. i neru must liavo been at least I
ono hundred thousand 'peopfo walch-.
(fit the tape.
That Will parvlu of the Olymp
Club, who failed to place In tho live
mile run. was not nlnne ntnoni- the
disappointed onea, Is evinced In'tlie
fate; that befoll (leorge Ilouhag, hold.
or of every record front four to llvo
miles, llonhag was supposed to hold
nicr, an unattached runner from Now
York, shook Fred llellars of the New
York Athletic Club In tho last lap
The defeat of Hulph Iloso in tho
thot-put Is tho only ''aniiouiiement
that will over equal tho uxpresHlons
heard when it becamo known that
tho great Martin Sheridan .had lost
tho discus throw. ltobert Cloiiglion
was defeated In the ''20-yard dash
by Homy of Texas, practically un
known In the athletic world.
Lee Talbott, who recently estab
lished a now Intercollegiate hammer
throw record,, and won the national
tltlo at Seattle lust year, was dis
posed of early In the competition.
ICil ward Marsiitley of the Olympic
Club, who has on many occasions cov
ered the quurler-mllo dash In faster
time ,than was credited tp the win
ner nt Now Orleans, was, another of
the crack athletes who.dldfnot llfiiro
In'-'tho going. No excuse,' is offorcd
for tho lltt'lo runner's fttllUro.
Irons, Of tho ChUngo Qluli, in tlie
broad Jump; Dan Ahern of the Irish
American Club, In tho hop, step mid
Jump; and Walsh of tho New York
Athletic Club, In the iG-pomid
weight, wore tho only favorites to
romo through as figured,
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WKST POINT. N. Y., Oct. 22.
The army snowed I.chlgh under to
day 28 to 0. The visitors never had
n chan-e. llecnuso of a wot field
and a drizzling rain there were many
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TWO TEAMS J
ing tho result of this gamo. They
came from nil around tin surround.
Ing country. It was a great, slglrt
BOEING BOUT'S 'AT V) ,
LLILCnUrt INUV? VI
McGUHl and McClilloUgll' Will
Meet In RinC. '
At last there Is Bomothlncid'olnc In
be the principals In tho main event.
Tha two Bluggers will nieet on the
evening of November, 12, and a rat'
ttlng good go should be seen. Mc-
Oiirn Is 11 lusher who can tako any
amount of punishment and still call
for more. He has. a terrblo wallop
In both hands, and should ho land
ono on tho Ironmaii, even that rug
gcd Individual may liavo to succumb
The men huvo agreed to fight at
catchwelghts, nhd tho 'question ns to
whether It will be a clean-break af
fair or fctralght. rules, will bo d
elded at the ringside.. Fifteen rounds
are to bo fought, and evorybody who
knows tho two men can easily nee
how tho fight may ond In a draw
Hoth can stand nil sorts of punish
ment, and It t a lies a sledge hammer
to knock either of them nut.
Thero will be preliminary boutji
betwpen somo of the cavalrymen, niid
tlio - .lights should be interesting.
Quito a number uf town popple In
tend going uown to i.eiienua, nnu
they should bo rewarded by seeing
some really fine boxing.
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A correspondent wrlteB the 11 it 1
Intln to the effect that Ilattllng
Nelhon was ;mt knocked out by Wol.
gnst on February 22. "Hpforeo Rd
die Smith stopped tho fight In round
40, nud gave the decision In Wol
gust," says the 11 it 11 0 1 1 n rorre
spoiulent, nud that Is. the right dope.
The morning paper had It that thp
Hauler was knocked out, and that
made "A. N." mad.- Ilmico thn com
munlcatlnn. . ""
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