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.EVENING. BULLETIN, HONOLULU, .TV H SATUBPAY, DEC. 9, 1911,
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ATHLETIC PUBLICITY BEST OF ALL
"1 believe Hint llnwull could re
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I Icily n nil ndvrrtlslng through llio me
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nent cIHkcii, who bus mi liking for
feeing lili nnnio ill print. Hie oilier
, tiny. "People pay lined attention' In
things which 11111110 mill Interest
tlipiii,", lip continued, "nuil no matter
what hard-working business follows
like myself think of It, II'h an un
doubted flirt Hint games mid athletics
nro occupying the iittrnllon of Hit'
American puhllc more nml more. An
athletic champion making u victorious
lour throughout Hie Slates nould iln
more hooitlng for llnwull Hum n ton
of literature sent out by the Promo
This Is sound common ncnxe. What's
more. It's fioimtl truth. Money pont
In cncournKlni; exccllcnco In nil
brunches of sport, ko that tint linmeM
of llmvalnln ntlilctcx may become
known throughout tho country, l
money well spent. "
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ngulii fur months or perhaps years.
High ollleluls of the Amateur Athletic
Union, tlui Kiiprcme power In tho
Aiiierlcim ulhlrllo worlil, have extend
ed ti special Invllatlon to liuko Kuhn
linnioku to Journey to New York nml
take kuI In tho iinnuul swimming
rhnniplnnidilps. And 1012 Is not like,
other year, for It In the year of Hie
Olympiad. Tho swimmer who carries
oiC iialloii.il honors Is certain of nplaco
on Hip American Olympic team, which
will compete ut Stockholm next July.
The Olympic Karnes, cnnihiR onlyouco
t'Vcrl four years, nrc the greatest .ath
letic ecnts In tho world. Practically
every cl lllzed country sends Its brinvii
and bruins to rnmpptc, mid tlip ac
counts of the games, spread nvrr
thousands of front-page columns, nre
read by millions.
Now there Is no certainty that Duke,
If sent ttnsl next FcbrWy, could re
peat his world's record performances
inado here In the harbor August 12
last. The climatic cliaiiKO, tho unfa
miliar condition of swimming In n
tank, nnd half down other condi
tions might romhlljo to kill Ills speed.
Hut he has n chance, and n biff clinneo
it that, to do great thine for himself
mid Honolulu, At present thero nrcn
few scattered nlhlrtcs nml tennis of
'athletes, In no position to give I no u-
l,i..ti..1il ti.if.LIm- nernsmirv. wlin nro do.
noting their time nnd trying to coax
!ii few quarters tlirmicli Hie box olllcc
' lo swell the Duke exploitation fund.
I lliil something more tbnn this desul
jtory. thoiiKh well inrant, moncy-rnlN-'
Ing Is needed. It's one of those times
when no imp feels called on to tnkn
'the Initiative, but If the chnnce Is
passed. up everyone will bo sore when
It's too Into lo do nnythlng.
I respectfully suggest that the mnt
itcr conies nenrpst within the province
I of tho local branch of tho Amateur
Athletic Union, nnd that the Influen
tial gentlemen connected with the or
gnnlzntlnn hero get on the Job without
Jurfhcr delay nnd lay out n plan of
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.HONOLULU HAS GREATER INTEREST IN THE
Honolulu has a greater Interest In
tho Olympic Raines of 1012 than ever
before, for tho reason that a Hawaiian
reprosenlntlvo limy bo n member of
Hie American tiViui. Of course, there's
still u big "If", but. If Duko Kuhalin-
luoku Is given ii chance to tuko part
In the swimming tryj-ouls of the A, Annul the linlf-mllcr, Knox of Toronto.
U. In New York, und If ho docs any- Howard certainly will bo ublo lo UiKo
thing like the time ho hns made here, Hip plnco of 'Hobby' Kerr, who won tho1
ln will likely luive the honor of rep- 200-meter championship ut tho London
resenting America In tho aquatic Olytqplnd. Knox will bo n mighty dim-1
wprlnls. Igcrous contender In tho SOO-nietcr,
Notwithstanding the. Tact that llio event. Tho boyn across 'tho border havo,
games, nrc u Ions wny off, Jruck ex-Noma polo vuullers In llnppeny, Onin-j
ports oro already encaged In doplwrjeron. Archibald nnd Ijinirstaff, wlionro1
out tho compnrntlvo chances of ,tho
iithlelcs who will wear tho Stars nnd
Stripes with thoso of our brother na
tions, and It seems to ho tho general
consensus of American opinion that
when the sun sets July 18 In the 'sta
dium nil Stockholm It will seo.Old
(llory again Hying In triumph. Yan
kees grant Hint Uermniiy, Finland,.
i;aiindn nnd Sweden nro to be consld
, ercd In the points, hut should not In
u way prove dangerous rivals, ns tho
American tenm to Sweden will ton
1 lain the greatest bunch of athletes
uvcr entered In tho Olympics. '
' "Sprinter," In a recent article In tho
New York Press, gives, an Interesting
nccount of n .recent meeting In "Spar
row" Itoblnson's nunrters 111 which tho
I athletic pof Utilities of the coming
' m.i.....l.. .1 .. Ann .1 ld.,..ml ti.n.HMlIu tT
lJIJINHmi .!- n,n.un, ..rjn . ... .".
other nations being given every con
Fear South Africans.
Of course, there Is a possibility of j
uurprlsrs behiR sprung," says "Sprint'
I rr. In fact, It looks ns it mere nro
, roIiir to I ii bunch jut surprises next
summer. South Africa may sprlngnn-
other one like 'Itcglo' Walker. To
man up n tnll tree, It looks as If the!
prophets had better keep their eyes
f peeled for tho South Afrlcnns nnd Au-
trnlluiih, us wen lis mo v.uuauiiiii.i.wns concoueii io i,c u iiecimsuy iuiii
Prom nil Indlcntlons Orent Drltnln need gcrpus chap In both tho 100 and 800
not bo feared so uipch ns In tho Jinst, meter. oventt., . . .. t
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SOCCER SEASON STARTS.
vj Tlio mccer season for teams
i- other than school nggregatlons
started this nftcrnunn nt 2
' o'clock, when the Pollutions nnd
$ Healanls lined ',up ,pn Mollllll
Held for tho tlrst game of tin)
i double-header that starts the
pennant raco In tho, Hawaiian
Association I'ootlnili League.
i- Tho Kumelmmrlut Aluinhl und
High School tennis come to-
? gcther in tho closer of tho nft-
i crnonn's sport, ijnd both games
should furnish Jlrst-clnss snort.
Tho huiiich, ntin leain or mo
i." league, do not make their ,lni-
Hal appearance ..until nex'tSat.'
unlay. On paer-all llvo teams
. look to ho evenly jinntrhed; ftnd
S great things are eXbcteiVof'tlie
$ season by tho Bocccr fans. 7
if Tonight there will ha a hall
t nt tho Young Hotel to mark
( tho social sldo of tho, game.
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HONOLULU ATHLETIC PARK
Dtcambar 10, 1911 '
26 Mlt.KH 385 YAHDS
All tha Craek-a-Jack Sprlntarti
SOLDIER KING, JIMMY FITZGER
ALD, ANTONE KAOO, C. K. CHAR
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.Children 10 CentH
RACE BEGIN8 AT 1 1 30 P. M.
GAMES THAN EVER BEFORE
l.ut look out for .llrltannla's colonists.
tti Howard of Winnipeg Camilla linn
n sprinter who Is well worthy of test
Inn the mottle of 'Undo Muni's best.
Howard should Improve grciitly In Of.
next few months. The sumu can bo
wild of tho quarter-nillcr, Follnsbcc,
not to bo sneezed nt. Trunk i.uKeinoii
of Jilonl'rniil will be dangerous In tho
pentathlon, the live-event nll-nround
comiH'lltlnn, mul Duncan (Hills of Van
couver will'. prove lo be n Worthy foe
man for the Rrc.it Sheridan nnd Kred
Thompson In the decathlon, tho ten-1
vent all-around competition.
8wdlih Trainer Foxy. !
"Sprinter' nlso hns rnoiigh fnlth In
Urnlo HertlirrR, tho Swedish trainer,
t1 bellevo Hip, SwpiIps will throw u
buttlo front Into line III Stockholm tliut
will mliko Uncle Sum light his hnrd
est. lCrnlo nlwuys was n foxy old cove,
and u master nt lilitliiR his hand till
he. wns culled. When HertberR Is
calico! next Hummer the Swedes will
not be found wanting. The fans In
Sparrow's nt-st semed lo think that
Jnc)c Sum would nuiko a cleaning up
In tho sprints with such flyers ns Craig
of Mk'filRan, Henry of Texns, Rosen
lergcr und Meyer of tup iriMi-Aineri
ran .AthlcHc Club. Throop of Uis'An-
eelci nnd Hclolt of ChlcnRO. Hnu of
Ciermuny nnd Howard or Cnnndn may
Upset .CHlcuhitlons, however. riot
only did ,tho Nestling think Hint Undo
Kami will score strong In tho sprints,
but. Hint the .old fellow wlth'thc gonteo
wllj.clenn up In nil track events up
to 1C0O meters. Ilruitn or Oermnny
FOOTBALL AT KAMEHAMEHA.
Tho second football game of tho so-
rfcs between llio Hellanco and liny of .
Klevcn teams ut Kninehnniiiia will be
played tills, afternoon nt 4:20.
Tho ofllclals will bo Will nice, rcf- .
crcc; J. I Hopwpod. umpire; Vtnnk
Partridge,. Jlcbl, Judge.
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Promoter Lemon Says He Wi!
Make Record. With Gil
! more-Hoab Go.
KlRht o'clock this evening will, se
Hie opening of hnntlllllcs ut the Or
phciim Thcnler. Promoter il.cmonmy
Unit his ImdJiic show Is going Jo'l,
tho exception In Hie Rinerul rule, un
Hint the usual tedious delays an
urituRlliiKs over gloves, bhndiiges, cor
I ners and idl tho rest or the ohcai
stalling dono by .'lighters will tie' cil
out, If ho makes' good on this nsner
lion he will corn the thanks of ever,
fan In the house nnd .will put In a' hi
boost Mr tho success of nny other nf
fnlrn h may hnve In mind. ,
Ocorgp Oilifiorn und Jim llono nr-
.both lit mid fust, nnd rhoiild be nbl
n iut hp n good scrnpifor thcentlr'
twelve roundr, (ill more, while on un
known (inutility here, has tho rlgh'
line of conversation ro tho llghtninc
nnd doesn't seem to bo suffering fron
an unduly swelled' head. l.lkewl"
i Thero will be several good priiltn
Inarlrs, In which w'ell known 'nrni
navy n ml marine boxers will truih
Football men, who make llio lute;
of tho game as much a study us the)
do plnyH and plnycrs, nro giving tlicli
nttontloii to tho development of con
'dltioiiB this Hcauoii. Tho codo tloel
not suit thum. That is HSRiired. A
great deal of It is Rntisfnclory,. but In
the main the game does not work otil
Records nro fur more convincing
than theory, because records are his
torical dntn of. fact. That football it
nut balanced as it should he Is ovli
Tlio plan proposed recently to
lengthen tha gridiron to 112 yards,
nnd muko the distance lo ho Ktrlned
on down viglit yards, Is coiisidcrud
both worthy nnd. logical by Hcurcs who
have given it connlderntlon;'
''Tom" Hhovltn, Iho old, Yale luy
or, has another idea about; equalizing
Ibo chances of tlio gatuo ami lils'SUK
gcetlotis are sound and to llio point.
Mr. Shovlln'H Idea is lo muko tho
number of dou n four Instead of three.
That proposition, also entails, o(
comso, retaining tho present mcasuro
nicntu of llio gridiron.
Mr. Shuvlln would also havo tho
four hacks on tha dofenno ton yards
hack of tho ccriiiinuinc Hnu wlien (ho
hall is, put Into pluy. That In easily
unde.rntnod. As the gaino is played
now' tho defending hacks may he
called Into tho line. or may1 bo played
fiir'deep derensu. If llio bull In Innldo
tlio twenty yard lino probably three
of U14 Imckii will bo biouplit linmcil
Inlci.yJ behind tho line, no Unit iiiplayor
trylug lo ailvanro the hull by rushing;
will bo compelled In play ugiilnst ten
men Instead of seven iib forivnrda. It
hi practically a human Impossibility
for 0110 player- lo get through, a lino
without nsalfitnuco, with a defeiiBo of
ten men, to hold him oil.
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7IATHEWS0N SAYS THAT,
ATHLETICS BIT AT
)en!cs Ira Thomas' Assertion
That Mack's Men Won By
Letting tho Ball Alone,
NEW YOllK, N. Yi, Nov. RO.
hrlnly .MiithewFon Iium been' hunting
1 tlui AdlrniiilnckK. No nnincr Wero
'le broad tdmulders of the big fellow
polled on bin return lo New York
'mil it ilor.cn funx begun plying him
lib iiiollnns nliout the urtlclo by
-11 Tlmmiix. In Which the AthlctlrH
itcher claim labt Hie (Hunts wjro
eaten becnlisc the Philadelphia!! re
lied to ulrlko at Mnlly'H fiiinotiH
"Ilmv iilmiit that, Matty?" was Ihu
"I haven't Keen Hie nrtlelr," replied
latljv "What 'did ho nay?"
Thomas declared, It was explained,
lint the AthtctloH dlcovered n certain
mve of .Mntty'H foot Hint, Indicated
'hen ho wns going to ldleli tho Cude
wny. Irn ,01m Mild that Matty did
ot get one out of tci) of his fadeaways
ivcr Iho, plule, nnd that the. Athletics
nil orders not to strike ut It nt nil.
'"ly letting Hip' fadeaway alono,"lil
'linnuis, "nil we lind to do wns to
wing nt his curve nnd rust hull and
'int' Is tji'i way wo beat'them."
"homi Has Imagination. :
"I KiieM UA was up nKiilimt theijaipe
hlng I xt when I Wns wrltlnK fur
he p:ier," l.iUKhed' Matty. "Ho, lnnl
n llid ome central Idea' on iwblc.h to
use bin story, nnd bo didn't nlhiw n
lltle thlnK' like exact facts to stiind
1 tho way. All of us writers (thli
Ith n grin) have to do Hint, you
"The truth of It," declared Matty,
Is that my most effective bull against
ho Athletics witi.. my fadenway. They
;ot ono hit otr Iho fadeaway during
he scries. In one panic I pitched 11
,cn tunes, and they hit It for one
.Ingle, live grounders nnd tho others
.truck out. I struck out both Collins
tnd linker on tho fadeaway twice.
"TI101 Athletics lilt my etirvo ball
uinlcr than anything else I pitched.
They did not keep nwny 'fruni the
iidenvvny, in.' my' friend Tliomns has
mid. On ono occasion I laker stepped
wo feet out of the box to Mrlko nl
Mike Dunlin .backed up this state
ment by going a little stronger) and
laying that linker "chased 11 couple of
"adcawnys almost tn third base."
,l'"or tho" benefit of the unlnltlnted.it
.nny be well to explain Hint, tho fade
iwuy does not 'come under tho general
(luuil of curves or fust balls. It Is. 11
curve Hint breaks contrary to the laws
nf gravitation. Jli'lcul of curving In
ward to it left-handed batter. It breaks
the other way and Moats outward. As
tho, hand Iiiik to 'be twisted hi n re
verse position', tho Jndoaway js very
trying on the .arm, nnd can bo used
Hitting Won for Athlctica.
"Now Hint It Is nil over, what do
you really think of the remit of tho
series?" was tho next question put tn
the great pitcher.
"Well." bo said, "when n team has
seven men In Hie regular llne-itp who
can hit over .300 wh.it would you ex.
poet? They iiuthll the (ll.iiitV, nnd
Hint Is tho rcmou they won. A teinn
thai Is inide up of great hitters nnd
grent pllchrrs hi n comblnnllon thai
cull not bo bontiMii'!.' i
I'drgel Iho Ininiina-lrei'S ami rr
member. (he, Kloral.Pairadc. - .
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Long Distance Men Do Not
Lack Sclf-uonfidcnce con
cerning Sunday's Contest.
The seven merry muriithoners who
wilt pound tho path nl Athletlo Park
Hitndny afternoon have got their rnco
all doped nut on scientific Hues. To
cut out tedious Jlgiircs nnd come di
rectly tn tha modest delineations, hero
nro the' probable winners ns named by
Hie several slnrlers:
I'ltrgcrnld , Fitzgerald
K'moo ..1 Kiion
Holdlrr. King ;.. rioldler King
Heursch 1 Kcitrsch
V. K. t'hurlle -. '. K. triinrlln
Ilaraho.a ,., - - Knrabozn
Woodwiiril ,.....'... .1 ... . Woodward
Tho raco . will start n'rppiptly nt 2
o'clock'. PIlKpernJd nnd Knoo llgurerus
iiivornes, wnii noiiucr ,iing 11 conten
der for llfteen miles, hud Woodivnrd,
Hie sa'llor runner, fi'oni Hie 'Colorado,
1111 hb:olil(cly pnknnwn qiiautlty.
, j H j It JJ
"A man attains his greatest pliyu
leal strength between Iho ages of 21
and 32. Then he begins to go buck.
Ho does not necessarily loso his
strength, but ho is not us agile ns for
merly nnd ho Hrc3 moro quickly."
So (Rlltcd Prank dotcli, the world'u
wrestling champion. In n" recent In
tervlewJ' In Clcmlniul.
"Thnt nt my case oxactly," ho adil
W, "I rim as strong, perhaps' strong
er than 1 over ,was bef'riro, but I tun
getting sldwcr. Tho 'old get thero'
spirit Is iiot pteBent. For lnituncv
when I wrestled TTeoll. I recognlzeirf
I was going back n little. In the old '
days when it' man tore'lijta'mo lis did
tlecll t :wotlld illKVoorii HsTit' Into"
him. Hut the lust (lino I faced I1I111 I
morcly sldc-stopped mid hided my
time. "Now. thnt wns not my stylo two
or three years ago.
"Thnt Ih .why 1 havo made; up my
mind to quit tho gnino In the tear fu
ture. If I keep nt It long enough somo
111.111 will come along who will down
mo. Of course, If some logical op
ponent shows up In tho next few
months I will take him on, hut it will
havo In bo, soon, as I Intend. to quit
II chnmplon. 1 shall not meet with
Jim Jeffries' fate. Jim lost hecaiisa
ho was, u moro shell of his former
self. Ho had tho strength, but not
the speqd nor tho ability to withstand
punishment bo once had. In Ilia for
mer' lights he was nlways punished
rcycrnly, but could Hlnuil It. Whim ha
Taught Johnson he couldn't, mid that
Is all llioro. was to It.
"Thai never will ho my fate. Not
for every cent Jeffries got 'nl llono
would I go through what he did hcl'oro
nnd nller, Hint light, particularly after
ward. I intend lo quit with tha ro
spcct..nf tbo publlo and nettle down
and llvo, tlio Hlmplo life, j havo .
iiuHigh money lalil.nnjilii now land do-
not need In wrcstlo any longer." 91-''
Is Jnck Johnson "killing tlio gnino,"
as so manyi peoplo thlnkr It would
n-oni soj 1 If Johnson had developed
Into .another such man ns tho great
Peter Jackson, whoso modesty und
quiet consideration for others earned
him tho right to bo regarded ns 11 gen
tleman, everything would havo been
quite dirrerent. Hut Johnson', heavy
weight champion Bntl therefore tlio'
most prominent representative of his
profession, has been nn olmoxlouH
character evor slnco he caina into tho
limelight.. He has been arreslod( scores
of times und hus figured morot In tho
police news than In the chronicles of
ring doings. Ills utter disregard for
everything but tho pleasures of Jnck
Johnson Ima made him dlsllkod'by the'
public hero and In England 'and un y
the continent, tfho attompt to stngo r
Johnson In a big 'bout in Kiiglunil
raised opposition thnt has culminated m
In a genoral attack on boxing 'und to- '
day the country that has always tak
en prldo In Its boxers nnd that has
fostored boxing contests even in Its
public schools for a century or. moro,
is beginning to call 11 boxing mutch
a "prlre llijht." In France Johnson
raised trottblo. It was JtiBt "too much
Johnson," not becuuso of his color,
for McVcy, Jennotto, Longford nnd
other black men were popular In
France, but bocnuJo his net Ions worn
offensive to the French Just ns thoy
huye been (0 people of other nations.
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