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Three Old Records Are Expected to Be Broken' at First A. A.
U. Meet Bill Rice In Best of Condition Kauai Lad to
Meet Rice In Sprint Big Crowd Will Turn Out to See
Tomorrow afternoon on Ihp Alcxsin
iltr PIHd, nil tln liivcrn of truck nml
Held nportu will turn out to nee the
ulhUtlc HtrUKKle for Island record.
which will tashi nt S o'clock. Tim
meet In the first of Its kind held under
(liu niiftplcex of tlio A. A. U mid the
committee, hemletl ly Dr. Hand, linn
liven KettlnK everything In reaillnewH
for a Kucteaxful meet. The xportH of
j'Clio city nre taking n keen Interest In
ine mpei lor neverni renwoim, one lielriK
that Ml lllco Ih out to hiihhIi dome of
the old record. nvcr body known that
ho Ii ii remnrknblc runner.
The entrlen for the different events
number fifty-four, nnd thin hunch of
......... ... i M"unn viinuiiT iiiv punrcn
if the mecllng. Many of the bent nth-
leten of the city nre to coiniete to
morrow, nnd one contestant who In
much talked of nround (own nt the
prenent llmo In Prlesell. the mallhlnl
nlhlete, who will enter the 220-jnrd
low hurdle and both the hammer nnd
hot-put ewntn. Krlenell hnn been In
Honolulu since the hint school meet In
March nnd showed the student athlete
at tlmt time uhnt he could do over
the hurdles It was n great sight to
nee him nkln over the hurdles Jut-t
high enough no an not to touch them.
He In u npeedy man, too.
Ever) tiling Is In
readlnenn now for'
the meet, and there will bo no hitch
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oeeii '.eiecieu llliu ine oeni or ine lown
will act on that day. The timekeepers
are extra good, nnd there will be no
chance for criticism nn regards time
i.iiiuuu iur i-riiii-iBin nn regarun lime
nfUr the events nre over, as the timers
nre men tf (xperlenco who possess tho
bent -ntop-watches In Honolulu.
".There will he no chance of any
ner making any fouls on the track
uhllo In a rnce without being noticed
by tho track judges, for nt the meet
on Baturdny the Judges will bo strung
out all nround the track to see that
the men do not mnko any fouls.
Records to Be Swashed.
There 1 no iloubt iimi iire i.inmi
records will be smashed tomorrow,
,.1.1.1. ..Ill I.... .l. A-
ii.iii.li iiiii Kiii' in" nmiriH nuuiu
Idea of whut In expected. It Is nlno
thought n few more may be equnled
or een broken. If post records, which
hiio stood for so long, nro smashed
tomorrow, tho ihances are that' to-'
morrow's records will stand much
All records of the past dlowltli the
beginning of tomorrow's events, tho
result of uhkli will be recugnlced ns
lnl-ind recordn. t
Tho younger athletes sny thnt,.Illll ' Anderson; clerk of courne. Uirrln
Ulce In going to nab two new recordH Andrew a; Judges of traik. A. .1.. An
tomorrow. Ho will probably take tho ''rows. Ed. Toksc, C'has. Fltts, J. U
100-ytird dnnh nnd half-mile run. "UP"!. H. Plddea; Judges of field
Whether lie will compete In tho 440 "'enta, Stanley I.lvlngnlon. D. F. Rick
Is uncertnln as yet, ns tho half-mllo er' A- E. Lnrlmer; timer.. C. H. Cot
run will give him lots to do! I,r11- w' c- Chilton, II. F. Holllnger.
One of the pant records which Is ex- " D- Ahreu, Lester Petrle, Dr. E. II.
peeled to be benten nt Ihu meet to- nnl,' v u Hloenson; scorer. Wll
morrow s the half mile, held by E. ,lam )Vllllami.on; starter. O. II. Hut-
eerlll of Oahu College, who made
the distance In 1901 In 2 mln. 8 sec,
Itlce In the man who Is expected to'
shorten the time this year, nnd he
should make the distance Inside of
2 mln. C sec. Rice will be given a
hard rub by Ilechert nnd Ouerrero,
which ho hopes will bo hard enough to
make him go.
Tlio set ond record which will prob-
nilty lie ProKen Ih tho 220-ynrd low
nuruies. now held by w. Rice, mnde ,,, rellowIti tournaments:
In 1910 when on the High School tenm' ,, clllu cmnipnn.np tournament.
Ills time Is 27 2-G sec. Prlesell Is ex- Blllgle(, , doubles. Prlio .or wln
pected to come In n winner Inside of ntr of flwU,, 0Kni, Saturday. Oc-
7 "oc' ' itober 7. Entries close Wednesday, Oc-
Tho third old record thlch Is doomed u,, ti nt 3 p. m , nl E. O. Hull tk
Is the running high Jump, the present Hon. nuance fee of 0 cents to be
holder being Hans Punsoth, who clear- ,,,,1.1 , ,i, ,,f ....,.
ed the bar tit 5 ft. 8 3-8 In. at Kauai
an July 4, this year.
The 100-yard record Is not expected t n, unlng tournament, scratch
to he beaten, but It Is hoped that Rice 0l. , conlerH, Blngles, doubles
will strike good luck mid cross tho nml mxei doubles,
tup., In own time. There Is u great ,:,ltr. lluU. for-N()H 2 nni, 3 Wn',
deal of talk on the streets that Hill , Uinonced later,
will mako the distance In lu' seconds n tt M '
lint, but this Is doubtful. 4t will de- jintt Wells, tho English lightweight
pend 011 how hard 11 rub Manoha will champion, Is matched with Packy Mc
give tho champion In the event, Frunk Farlnnd for n len-rouml bout to be
Jluckenzle Is the present holder of the atoged at Mndlsoij Square aardvn, New
100. yard record. He made the distance ork, on October 19 McPurlund will
III 10 LIS sec. while on the Knm team, fcet 30 per cent of the gloss receipts
but nfler tomorrow his name, will fiiilu us his end of Hie purne.
nwiiy nn u record-holder. The local,
sprinters urn nnxlous to meet the Ku- A clear dny, a large crowd nnd a
mil lad owr the 100-ard dunh. as ho Roil trjcU 111-et Is the way things
Is expected to glw the rent of the look for tomorrow nfternoon lit Alex
bunch u run for first place. Kauulwlll under Klild.
May awake and wait for Ihu result
of the event, as IVriiimdex Is looltid1" The traik nt Alexander Field Is In
upon In 111 live nt No. 1 lllce will
hiiVo In go some In order In beut this
chap, und It Is doubtful whether Mu-
nnhn or Ondfrey will have n look-in
fur second ilace.
I The mile run will no tloulit bo nti
excltltlK eenl, oh the men lire all even
ly matched and every one. of them ex
cept Joseph Oucrreru ban In en Been
on the track before, Clura, the Knm
lad. nliould hIiow un' na winner, with
the other three lighting for second
place. Young Dulght In the favor Kb
for necond place In thin event
The 440-ynrd event han only three
entrlen. and It lookn nn though Itlco
nml Oodfrey will do the lighting for
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The relay rnce should he good, too.
"'" '""' " ",r "' "" m,m '" ru"
.r...ii.n. hi,- ii.-... ur pinii a nuiuiicnji
to n team mnde up of other Knmeha
Tho full lint of entries nnd the olll-
clnln nre nn follow
100 Yards, Trials.
Cleorge Mnliolm, Harold Ooilfrey, John
H. Fernandez, V. 8. Klce, C It. llrenlg
BE0 Yards Run.
One Mils Run.
J flora, Joseph
Mi. ii-i.t n-.l v,.t
P. A. Ilechert. W.
1 440 Yards Run'.
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U rS, TrlalS.
Oeorge Mnnoliu, Harold Godfrey, V
S. nice, O. II. Urenlg.
220 Yards Low Hurdles, Trials.
U. Noah, V. Wnlaleale. V. Marial-
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"n"' ,,' ,' "C1""( ,N,
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run-'L"""', 3u' Kfnkl'
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A Kalanlhula, Da Id
Knsnoth, P. M. Krlenell
Runnln0 Br0d J"mP-
. .A Kn'nn"""". W. Wnlnleole. V.
nice, u. u iirenig, v. M Krlesell.
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Henry P. O aulllvnn, V. II. KnmubfeW
pill, XV. Apau, Krnnk Kniiar. P. M
Throwing 16- Pound Hammer,
v- " Kitinaluilll. v. Apau. Prank
nnn"' " ' Prlesell
Half-MIU Relay Race.
"ninum. ueorgo .mbiioiih.
"'"'vaioio, uurom tiourrey,
Guerrero, John II. Fernando:
i iiio omcials are n follows;
Iteferee, Paul Super; announcer, John
The Mnnnn Tenuis Plnh .mini.nr.eu
.. ,.rlj!(, chm tourna,nentl )mndlcap.
Isineles. ilnublen nml mlxeil ilnublen.
lb,. I.t of rumiltloii, and tho runliers
should nuke 1.01110 oood time In -the
Three Star Players Will Form
American Team to Leave
Vancouver October 4.
All tho American tennis players nre
looking forward to the coming chnl
lenge matches with Australia for the
Dwlght P. I)als Internntlonnl chal
lenge cup with much confidence, fol
lowing the victories of W A Ijirned
und M. E. McLoughlln In the two nln
gle matches plnwd In New York some
time ngo with the llrltlnh team, with
four Nlclorlen nnd nno defeat. The
defent was In the doubles, In which
Mttle nnd Dundy, representing Amir
ten. Inst to Dixon nnd Ilenmlsh of Eng
land. England sent over her bent piny
em to meet the Americans, nnd It goes
to show Hint In Lamed nnd McLough
lln America has a strong pair of sin
Many of the local players Interested
In the coming meet, which Is olio of the
most noted In the tennln line, believe
Hint Australia enn not collect n team
ns strong ns that which will represent
America or that which wns sent from
England to meet the American teams
In New York In the preliminaries.
The American team which will tackle
tho Australian champions In New Zen-
land on the Inst of November has been
completed. W. A. Uirned Is to cap
tain the American players, and with
him will go McLoughlln and Reals
Wright. Thomas Ilundy wns to be tho
fourth man on the tenm, but he has
wired to Mclaughlin that he will not
be able to mnko the trip.
It Is believed that Wright nnd
Lamed will leave the East at the
same time, nnd McLoughlln has re
celved word to meet them nt Vnncou-
er on October 4,
The Davis Cup committee had ar
ranged for the contests to be pulled off
the last of December, but the Ameri
can team objected to the plnh, nn It
required tho Amerlcnns to remain In
practise loo long. It nan finally de
cided to have the meets In November
and this will glvo the visitors
With thin new arrangement thero In
little hope of the teuni stopping off
here to play the local champions, ns
It will bo passing right through on
one of the Canadian bouts.
Roth the Athletics nnd New YorkR
nre getting a big lead on their oppo
nent lu the two big leagues. In the
National I.engue, Chicago Is followed
closely by Plttsbuig, who will probably
Jump to second place soon.
In the I'nclllc Const Uague there Is
no change In standing. Iloth Portland
flnd Vernon hau n few weeks left In
which to hght It out for first honors.
The standlni. of the American, Na'
tlnnul mid Pacllla Const league up to
September 23 Is ns follows:
W. I Pet.
Philadelphia 93 ' 45 .671
Detroit 84 C6 .COO
Cleveland 73 t ,S2B
New York 73 C8 ,Clb
Chleagi G9 70 .497
Ronton C9 72 .49(1
Washington C9 S2 ,419
St. Louis 40 101 ,!l4
W. I ret.
New York 88 47 Mi
Chlcugo 83 60 ,(97
rittsburg 82 61 .573
hlladelphlu 75 63 .543
St, Louis 72 07 .518
Cincinnati 5 78 .455
Rrooklyn 55 82 .402
Ronton 35 101 .257
Pacific Coast League.
W. U Pet,
Portland 95 07 .587
Vernon 98 74 57U
Oakland 94 85 .525
Sun Francisco 82 95 .403
Sacramento 77 91 .449
Los Angeles ........ 73 101 .412
Tho 100-yard dash will begin nt 2
o'clock, and there will bo no trials, ro
nit the sports should be on hand at
that time to see Rill Rice and Fernan
dez go over the distance. The ad
mission to tho grounds will be 25 cents.
Kaon was seen by the promoters es
terday mi tho Muratlion race proposi
tion, hut the Wnlalua Horse wanted
to see the coin They uro still lu hopes
of matching the veteran and Canadian,
At li'unt, Pltzgeruld Is.
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