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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, OCT. 31, 1911.
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OMn youlliful enthusiast who signs
Sv himself "Marathon'' hns written
to the U u 1 1 c 1 1 n's sporting de
partment for Informntlon on the sub
ject or training- for distance running
Iln wants to know bow to tunln for the
middle distances, nnd""vvhtther n strict
diet Ih ncccssury
Whllo not professing any great fa
miliarity with the training of foot rnc
cm, I should advise "Marnthon" to live
mil but wlsily. not to drink or smoke,
uml to take plenty of general exercise
besides his work on the track. Long
tramps through the hills urc the best
possible training for distance men, ac
cording to such n reliable, authority ns
Jlminle Fitzgerald, As to the amount
of track work necessary for prepara
tion. It all depends on thi distance
that Is to be run, and the conditions of
the race. There urc several good books
on dIMnnco running that gho this
technical and statistical Information.
Traln.d on Oy.Uri.
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Speaking of diet and training, mere
can be no hard and fast rule laid down.
There are somo athletes who Bcem to
do best when breaking all the accept
One of thfs class win Willie Way,
ugo. In the early "90s he set o, mark
of 02 MR for ten mllek that stood as
the American amateur record until i
George Bonhag cut It) to 112)34 less thin I
two years ago. The fleetest runners In
tho country were after Way's record'
for years, but none of them could touch
It, and Way goes down Into athletic
history as one of the greatest middle
distance men that ever ih-cd.
The remarkable part of Willie Wav'a
success was that he never trained: He
was able to do all the "donlV nn the
calendar and then go out and mako
world's records look like, schoolhoy
Jokes Ono hour before ho established
his famous ten-mile mark he ate a
lunch consisting of n dozen fried oys
ters nnd two large pieces of custard
pie. On another occasion he prepared
himself for an Important race by con
suming eight banana. So jnu see.
Friend "Marathon," y in neer ran tell
from where yod sit. Way, ns a mat-1
ter of fact, broke 'darn mentally soon
nfter his record performance, and made'
nn end to his own lice.
Football la Work.
An English court of nppenls has ruled
that professional football players are
"working men"' according to the strict
Interpretation of thej law, and tbnt
when Injured In a game the club em
ploying them Is' liable! for .damages.
What a snap It wpuld he for tho
Kali-Hnh boys If our own Jurists would
come through with K little Joker of that
Id ml nml site them a chance to de
plete tho various college treasuries for
Coming Marathon, f
Antono Kaoo nnd Jlmmle irtigerald
may not come together for their brush
over the full marathon distance until.
"BILL" LARNEDJO MAKE TENNIS
TRIP TO AUSTRALIA AFTER ALL
C. G. Bocktis, Beretania Tennis Captain, Returns From the
Coast With Latest News of Davis Cup Challengers
Will Play Here.
W. A. Ijirned Is the original "off rniiRrmcnta, but the
again, on again, gone again Klnnlgan "inre hopeful, and are
tunning a dinner
Ah to where thu matches will bo held.
It Is practically m lain that the Here
tunla courts will Ih. tlui choice, Their
advantage over the, l'aclilu chili's courts
Entries for tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n's
aeroplane contest will close next Bat-
iiirday, November 4, ut 5 p. m. The
lists are rapidly filling lif, but 'there
are probalily several more bo who
hau a mind to try for the jiundsoine
prlzo medals that the Bulletin Is
offering to tho Miccessfui contestants,
and these should send their names In
to Charles F. Loouds ut the Y. M. C
A. before It la too lato.
According to (.'. (). llnckus, the local 'to the
tennis enthusiast, who return d from.
ino const on mo vviiliclmliia tins
morning, last reports In K.ui lYnn-
clsco tennis circles wire tliat the na
tional champion was lo head the Dulls Is that many uutomohllcs can linn up
Cup team and would sail from Van-, on the streets on tnn sldis of the
couvcr with Wright and McLoughl In' grounds without Interfering with the
on the November boat, nrrUIng hira.tralllc, and that their occinmits eun
Noeinber 8. jgit nlmost ns good n lew of the ploy
"The day I left Kan Francisco I as though they nern Killing In the
looked up Dr. Sumner Ilnrdy," said grandstand At tho I'aililu courts,
Hockus, "and learned from him that there Is n litslge which obstructs tho
Larncd had left for the Northwest the Nleu' from the afreets,
day before. He expected to Join liothl If Uirnid Is In practise mid condl-
Wrlght and MclAughlln In V.iniouer, Hon, hla presmce on the team should
tho latter pair being then on their way ilreiigt,lien the thances of lifting the
across tho continent. .Davis Cup from Australia, rrohably
"XtcI.ouKlilIn told the tennis crowd In ll" '"' Mclaughlin ,iay the Hn
San Francisco before he left that he gles, while Wright and Mcl.nm-hlln will
- fully cxixcted to get In an ufternoon's hook up nn n douhlts minblnatlon.
model practise In Honolul i, and that ho was McLoughlin Write. Caitla.
looking forward to j, good tdna here. a. L. Castle re'liil n letter from 'Ift,
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I,,,,, in, nun ui.m mui.uuiu nr AicLoiiciuin tins morning in wiucn tne
Interest In the contest Is Increasing
Sunday, November 12., This postpone-;r,Bh, nlonKf and the b0Vll wno naxe
ment of ono week may be necessary on ,ec tinkering with gilders and fllng
account of he flooded condition of Ath
Ictlc Park. Fltxgernld nayn ho never
felt better In his lire and that he Is
ready to run the race'of his life. Kaoo
Is alM supremely confident, and as his
friends are going down with tho whole
roll. It's certain that tie will make an
extra special effort to protect their
coin Tho fact that a local man Is
one of tho contestants alwnys lends In
terest to nn 'event of .this kind, and
tho famous runiier of twenty yeurs the attendance should he heavy.
FOR NEXT WEEK
Tennis by electric light, which made
such n hit lost ear when the Manoa,
Tennis Club pulled off ita tournament,
will bu on the card), again next week.
The Mnnoa club has un open tourna
ment vchc'duled, to begin tho night of
November C. nn'd ns the affair was nr
ranged at tho urgent request of many
pincers wiio enjoyed the evening play
last year, it is expected by tho Manoa
enthusiasts that their trouble will be
rewarded by a large entry list.
Entries for the tournament close to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at E. O.
Hall & Son's store, and to date many
of the w cllrknow n tennis men and wo
men who were instrumental. In hoott-
Ing tho event, have neglected to put
down their names. After tomorrow It
will ho too late, so those who Intend
to compete should get on tho' Job at
Men's singles and doubles and mixed
doubles lire scheduled, nil these events
being from Iho scratch mark. The court
Is ho brilliantly lighted by two big arcs
that nil balls except very high lobs
utrulnst the light can be plainly seen.
The cool of the ovenlng nnd the nov
e,lty of playing out of doofs at night
mako tho Manoa club's eeni both
unique nnd exceptionally enjoyable.
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The big boxing show which tW Pa
cific Athletic Club will stage- next
Thursday and Saturday nights Is be
ginning to taku on tho general aspect
of a service championship. Cavalry
men. Infantry, artillery, engineers nnd
marines will be represented In nearly
all thu clashes, nnd the men In the
various arms of tho service are making
quite an Issue oer tho result. The
tournament Is a convenient handle on
which to bang camp rivalry, and there
are sure to be some big doings when
Undo Sam's representatives get Into
tho ring together.
The club management Isn't going to
make the mistake of leaving details
until tho last minute, and everything
connected with the ring and the Mage
seating nrrnngements will bo In readi
ness a full day before tho contests.
Tho Orpheum makes a first-class pa
vilion for boxing, nnd everyone who
gets a seat) whether on stage, floor or
gallery, 'will havovnn unobstructed view
of the squared clrclu arguments.
n a n
-DAD" MOULTON WANTS
A BIO RED AUTOMOCILE
models for thu past few weeks are now
putting In every moment of their spare
tlma either constructing or reconstruct
ing. Naturally there have bn a num
ber of smash-up, nnd marly n tine
flight has ended In disaster against the
wall or on the floor of the big games
hall of the Y. M. C. A.
The high school and college lads are
taking Just us mucin Interest In the
contest ns aro their grammar school
brothers and friends. Tho above pic
ture Is of Sam Carter, n 'Wglt school
student who has given considerable
tlmo and thought to the construction
of his models nnd who has turned out
some splendid gliders.
The boH nro springing somo hew
stunts every day, and thcrq cems to
be no limit to tho IngenlouB devices
which can bo applied at practically no
cost. "Tson," who has been, ono of
tho keemst of tho voting Inventors,
manufactured a very satisfactory set
of wheels for onu of his model Myers
out of four old checker pieces, 'and
found that they rolled as smoothly as
a moru elaborato set would have done.
ouuht lo mako November 8 a red-let- Han IYanclM.ii tenuis crack said that
ter day In local tennis." ji,0, , uo Heals Wrlttht would mako
Ifa now up to the good ship Zeti- qullii un extended slay In Honolulu on
landla. If she docks at a reasonable llielr return trhr from Now Zealand
Ijirned Is to
the placers have to go aboard. The make tho trip after nil, nnd says that
local tennis men hope to entertain tho all three members of the team will
American challengers at the festal bo alnd of n rlinnee to slntrh lhelr
board ns well nn on tho courts. Again, legs on the local courts when the Zea- '
tha ship's schedule will hnvo uvery- landln lunches here a week from to
thing to do with entertainment nr- morrow.
hour In the afternoon It will be possl-ani Auvtrulla. McLouMilln cc
hie to pull off several mutches before atcs the statement that 1-jiriie
BALL PLAYER HAUNTED BY GHOST OF
MAN rIE KILLED WITH A FAST SHOOT
Haunted by tho ghost or tho nmn
lie killed with a fast ball, CaBCy Hag
ermnn, bought from tho Denver club
by tho Uoston lied Sox, Is afraid to
TRANSPACIFIC RACE BOOM.
Jack Tlglie, tho Seattle mnnnger,
has beon cngnged to manage the
I.onlsvllfo teaTiTflext season. Before
goluir to Seattle Tigho led champion
ship teams In the Connecticut and
Catcher "Doc" kerr. of tile TrenJ
ton Tn-8(a(o League team, took part
In every game hh team played the
'pan season, 111 cameo In all.
Tho Afiiorlcnn League, grounds nl
Now York and Iloslon liavo been
rlnaed for good. Next season (he
Highlanders nnd the Ited Snx win
porform at new parks,
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STANFOUD UNIVEHBITY "Dad"
Moulton', the grizzled old trainer of
Cardinal athletic teams, has tired of
driving tho sorrel inare hitched to hu
rlckoty buggy which has been a fam
iliar sight on the dampus for years,
and has naked the student body for an
It l a big rod touring car that
"Dad" has his eyo on, one ihat Is to1
he presented to the winner ot a po
pularity contest by Palo Alto mer
chants, ir popularity Js nil that counts,
"Dad" will win In a walk, as he has
bvory student In the university pull
Ing for blln.
"It's a funny thing," he renutfked
today, as someone handod tilni.a fist
'lull-of tickets at football' practice,
hut tiro day I entered the contest.
The San Pedro-Honolulu raco,
tho bluu - ribbon long - distance
jnchtlng event of tho world,
promises to be an even greater
attraction to yaihtsnieVt ihls
year than In the past. Not only
California arid Honolulu 8oep
sea pleiikiiro sailors, but also
skippers from tho Northwfcst nnil
otlur parts ot tho country will
be Imlltil to "titer tho trans-
paclllo event. In fact, It Is tjia. f
hope of the South Coast ( Yaclit $
Club, which engineers tn,race
from the mainland side, tomuko
tho cm nt nntlonal or even In
ternational In character.
With this end in view Vice
Commodore Wurren DWooii of
the South Coast tlub bus sent
a letter of Invitation to e,very
yacht club In the United States.
came managor of tho Denver team
last 'season nnd ho signed Hagcrman.
All last season Hagemiuu wiut afraid ,
to put a fast ball nnar tho ulalo. 'it
let himself out for fear ho will kHJJru not'ttnUl thu inlddlo of the sea-
anothcr It took Jlagermon Iboro
than a year lo regain his nerve." Then
be hit another with a pitched ball
and lost his nervo again. It was In
the last game of tho Central league's
season that Hagcrman killed n play
er. Hagerman was pitching for Grand
Jiapldi. Ho was wild and one of tho
batsmen failed to get away from the
ball. Ho was hit over the heart and
never know whnt struck him, for ho
dropped dead. Hagerman would have
retired from baseball, but for Man
ager' Jack Hendricks.. Tho latter be-
ou that ha rogiiliied-hls-nerve. Then
he became a terror lo Western league
batsmen, striking out man niter man.
President Taylor of tho . Ited Sox
bought him for $5,000.
Deforo Hagcrman Joined tho new
team he had tho mlsfnrtuno tu hit
Stem of Sioux City. It wus believed
Stem would die, but ho recovered.
Hagernian's nervo was gonu for tho
second time Again lie was ufrald
to pitch n fast ball. Tho result was
that ho lost effectiveness and was
"hammered all over tho lot."
WILL PATY CAPTAINS
TWO FOOTBALL TEAMS
Will I'aty. captain of thu Punahou
Intercollegiate football team, will also
lead the Punahou soccer team this sen-
son, l'uty was elected recently, and
Ills team-mates believe that he will
do. great things with tlra soccer eleven
Other officers elected by the Punahou
club at Its meeting are Fred Junileson,
ficc-captaln; John Macimlay, secre
tary; J, II. Catton, manager and treas
Punahou1 will start soccer practise on
tho lower campus of Uahu College at
4i30 Monday1 afternoon. Twenty men
have put down their names ns candi
dates for tho team, and from tho per
sonnel nnd the general enthusiasm, It
looks as though tho ihnmplons would
KAUAI TO CELEBRATE
I.lltUK. Kaunl November third will
lie a big day at Kukulolono Park, the
new Mcllrydo park. The occasion will
be the celebration of tho Mikado's
birthday anniversary, nnd thu amuse
ments arranged tor the day Include
horse racing. Milky racing, Vlcycle und
foot racing, us well ns vaVlous other
Iho program will open at II a. m.
and probably contlnuo throughout the
entire day, for It la not thu custom bt
the Mikado's subjects to do things on
A half-way inensure.
The Judges fur tho various contests
will he K. W. Kinney. Chnrlle Akl and
P. I.. Voller. Tito, management of tho
track will ,l)n In the hands of J. C.
Jenes. Invitations have gonu out
muse a strong oui io mam possession lirondcnst, and an Immense crowd Is
uf the cup. most sum to be there.
my sorrel mare
KAM ELEVEN WINS
Tho Kamehameha soccer eleven on
from Knahuinunu yesterday afternoon
by a 0 to 0 score. Although one-sid
ed, tha game wus none tho less Inter
esllug, nnd vvnH characterized by
smtPliy Play throughout. The Kama
showed good combination, and by clev
er passing and good head work more
than discounted thu Individual brll-
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