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Local Man Has Tremendous
Ambition Which Can't Be
It tin Just comu to Utilit that Vin
cent Ucimvcs In tilt.' possessor of u
grtat munition. Ueforu liu failed uvvay
mi tliu lloiiolulan, bound fur the Dast
orn States iiml lutliumt swimming hon
ors, Ucniivi'h told a friend, who tulit u
filnid"ulin told tlio tale, that If by
nny CliHiicu lie made tlio Olympic tram,
liu was going to have u crack at swim
ming the Kiinllsh Cliuniiul.
That's hiiiiic scheme for tliu local lad
In lliluU out all by himself. Hit ambi
tion I" nut entirely unknown to iiieni
lieiH of the Hill Nnlil Club, and an lie
la considered ono of tlio, strongest open
water swimmers that' Hawaii has eer
produced, lie might b nblo to turn
(lie trlcl;, were It not for tlio teni
priuturo of the water. Gcnovos evi
dently hiisn't taken Into consideration
thiit It Isn't quite 'no iHy to spend ii
daj In the chiinncVus It la to fool away
tlio time at Wnlklkl. nor does lie know
that It taken yearn of practise In chilly
waterH to lit a man for such h task.
Tim Ihigllsh Clinnnel wan mustered
for the llrst lime In 1875 by Captain
Matthew Webb, who vvas In tlio water
twenty-one and llirec-iiuiirter bourn.
Hurgcsx innilo the distance on hU slx
teentb nttempt lunt .September In ono
hour and a quarter Mower. Tbo dis
tance across tlio clinnnel Is twenty
mlli'ii, but hecnuxe of tlio tides nurses
Huiim slty mlleH. Ilo was In tlio wa
ter over night, ImvliiR started on tlm
Journey at 11:1.". a m, and Mulshing at
9-."0 the following morning, He llrst
tried to ilupllratu Webb's performance
In 1904 Hurgess In an Kiigllshmun by
birth, but at tlio time of bin world
famous event bad become a naturalized
During tbo many hour bo remained
In tbo water ho battled with tbrcn full
tides and two part tide. Ho wan fed
Xruni at bjiatL being noiirlKlicd ill Inter
vals wlh hot milk and chocolate,
ENTRY BLANKS OF
A. A. IL MEET
Printed entry blanks containing Hit
of eviiitH nnd conditions of tlio meet
luivo been circulated iiiiioiik local ath
letes by the Hawaiian Athletic Assn
elallon of tlio Amateur Athletic Union,
for the annual championships, to bo
held at Alexander Field, l'uniibou, tbo
limrnlg of February 22.
All entries must be In tbo hand of
John I', Super, chairman of tbo reg
istration eommlttee, whoso address Is
tliu Hawaiian News Co, by S p. in..
Monday, February 19,
All men competing 111 A. A. U.nvcnU
must b registered.
Thirn Is a penalty for entering our
name lor an oveut and not competing
In Unit event on the day tbo meettakex
place, ho do not enter more Hum Just
the event;, you Intend to participate. In
If mooch utbletex do nut answer roll
call to mako moie than one beat In an
ovuit, hiicIi beat shnll be considered the
There will be n solid gold medal
given to winners of llrxt place, and a
sterling xllver medal to wliinerx of see.
ORDER OF EVENTS.
1110 Yards Hum. Trlalx.
M0 Yimli Hun.
GO ViirdN Run, Trlalx.
One Mile Hun.
120 YnrdH Hurdle, Trial".
I no Yard Hun, Finals.
410 Yards Hun
5ii YnrdH Hun, Finals,
120 Yardx Huidlex. Fluiilx,
220 Yardx llurdlex, Trlalx.
220 YarriH Hun, Trials
220 Yardx llurdlex, Finals.
220 Yards Hun, Finals.
ltunnlni; HIrIi Jump.
Humilng llro.nl Jump
Putting ici'ound .Shot
Throwing Ill-round Hammer.
Throwing tlm IJlxcun.
Throwing the Javelin.
Halt Mile liilaj I lace.
Cyrus K. WuhiIh of (Irociiklmr;;, Pit.,
wait iiniiilimleil by Picxldeiit Tuft hh
Mlnlntor to Portlieal, to i.uccced lCd
wln V. M(I;hii, piuiuotcd to bo Am
liuxKailor to Uruzll.
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LULL IN BA8EDALL.
Tbo dcpartiiro of thico licet
V teniux with tbo crulxerx that
( went to iseu ycterday. and the
"f uncertainly of tlio) Went Vlr-
Klnla'x rtay In pott, bax put
b soinetliliiir of u dumper on tlio
bnxeball xltuutlon. For two
montlix paxt tbcro bac been ten
or u iloxen Kiimeh a week bo
tween Meet and local auRreirii
tlonx, and also Intir-xblp uf
fairs. Willi the formation of tbo
propoxed leaRiie, InctudlnK thlie
lleet and tbreo .town teaiux,
baxeball will Kct a new leaxo of
life, ami It Ix probable that tlio
leaRiie will be xet In motion nx
kooii an the licet rcturni from
Its prexent erulxe.
(4. y . tif rf A !. .J)
if tlio noccer plaierx frmn tbo "bind
o' Wullace, llruco and Hums" trim the
champion HIrIi School , team In tliu
poxt-xearon match which will probably
be played olt Haturduy- next, it won't
be because tbo locals jiavo been rext
Inn on their laurels and takluir tlibiRx
eaxy. On tbo contrary, the HIrIih aro
KCttlnir III xoine bard llckx of practise,
for, altbougli they have been playlni;
a HterlbiR kiiiiio toRetber all heaxou,
they realize that In the All-Scotch team
they aro up iiRiilunt the. , Htrouxc.it lout
bliiutlon of Id-country jilajtrs that It
is puxxlhlo to Ret together.
The Ruino xbould bo Interesting In
more wuyx than one, and will Indcid
bn an International a(Tnlt. for while the
elocn men who will xport whlto uni
forms play for the honor of Scotland
alone, tbo new champions represent no
less than live nations. Tliu HIrIuiiuiii-
lxr In their llnc-up llawullanx, I'ortu
Kiiexe, Chlncxe, KiirIIsIi and Americans.
(lt the Held they may !iJvje differences
of opinion, but In the wiine their com
mon iilin Is to (let the leather Inside tlio
net ax often as possible, and to keep
their opponents frum returning tlio
compliment, The fact that they went
throuRh tbo Klaxon with only ono do-
feat, and that In tbo luhl uaino when
the cliajuplouxhlp wax already com
fortably tucked uway, textlllex to mo
fact that they know how tu play the
name, and that ecn If It did originate
a Ioiir wuy from Hawaii, Honolulu hoys
have learned to play It In a cry xatls
Tbo Hcotx hao elected Hob Ander
son captain, and have entrusted the net
to bis keephiR, In front of him will
bo Tommy Oray and J. Mneonncl, both
I'uuuhou players, hack; .McKlnlay
(Ilralunl), Jamlrxon (Piumbou) and J.
II. Walker (II.), Imlf-backx; 11. Sin
clair (P.), J. Coombs (II ), Oakley (II ),
J. GrelR (Malle) and J. .Miicaulay (P.),
forwards, and (1. Low (P), rexeric.
Tbo All-Heotch liavo adopted an ull
whlto uniform, while the IIIkIis will
appear In their usual black, with the
Kohl "Jl" uml Roldeu xtrlie.
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JEFF AND WOLOAST PAL8.
SANTA IIA111UIIA, Cal.. Jan. 30.
James J. Jeffries and Ad WolRast,
World-famous piiKlllxtx, aro spemlliiK
tbo week In tlio vicinity of I.ns Ollvos,
Saiila llarbara county, on a riiiuIiir
exhibition. They arrived Sunday and
took part In a wild plRcnn hunt In
which about 2"0 hportx from San I.uls
Oplspo ciiKUKCd The llRhtlnR palrxoon
Rot many of the birds and spent tlio
remainder of tbo day usslstlnc others.
Toilny-they went to tlio ocean and
Kpint hcvrrnt liourx llsblnif. They plan
to ppond tbo eptlroVeek III the county.
STYLES OF THE TEN LEADING
TENNIS PLAYERS CRITICISED
I ' PRESIDENT'S TROPHY. V
The traltx of the leadliiR American
lawn tennis placrx Is u subject which
always Interests the "rank and flic."
The mannerisms of the Davis Cup team
aro well known to local tenuis fans,
I.Onir, Mcl.ounldln, Wright and Uardner
huvc performed In Honolulu, and local
observers Hnow their respective stles.
The others players of the lirst class,
houcvir, beloiiR to the Harteril States,'
add their styles aro very different. Ac-
iiirdliiK to tlio Haxtcrn critics the Cali
fornia player presents u distinct ion
trust to that of the Eastern experts.
The Collforiilans, they say, excel In
service, volleying, chop strokes and iik
Rrcsslvcness, but fall short of Kastent
plajers on Rround strokes, ccuerulsblp
and steadiness. It may be that tbo
fact of their plaiiiK on the Rruss
courts of tliu IJist explains their lack
of steadiness, ax It Is a great change
from tliu courts of asphalt and cement
used In the West. Hut then If they
combined great afiRrcxslvencsa with
steadiness they wouhl have reached tlio
highest level or tliu game, and few
ronih It anywhere.
W. A. Ijxrned, who disappointed the
locals by not playing hero last week.
Is leally the only American player who
has been aide to do this. A few years
ago he was a tremendously hard bit
ter, and In consequence was consider
ed an erratic plajer. When at his best
hardly anyone had u chance to beat
him, but when not on tliu top of his
gitmo liu beat himself quite often
through his own errors when pitted
ugalust llrst-elnxx men. About six
years ago he moderated his pace some,
what and devoted more attention to
placing, nnd as u result acquired n
wonderful control, while retaining n
gOod deal more than the uvcrago speed.
Ills returns are plucd deep Into his
opponent's mart, and whoever plavs
against him from the back court inust
Keep several feet back of tbo base lino
most of the time.
Ho Invariably works his opponent
out of position and slams the ball down'
tlio farther line for the point. Many
of the men who earn fame as drivers
aro apt to become rattled "liy ,tho soft,'
pat ball game played by persistent
"getters," but I-nrncd has perfected hit
driving Ramo to such a degrra that no
headway can bo made against him by
such titlex. I
lairned Is not a great court covercr,
but long experience has given him the
ability to anticipate the tuyves of his
opponents, and the steady severity of
his strokes enables hhn to keep tho
other fellow on the run, so that ho
must usually piny to Instead of nvvny
from hhn. One peculiarity of his piny
Is that he never seems to bo off bal
ance. The camera catches alt the oth
er players In awkward or extraordinary
poses while In play, but Iirned al
ways appears' Id bo In a natural posi
tion. He Is one of tho most llulcky
plnjers of tbo country During u
mutch his countenance Is expression
less, and It Is Impossible to tell from
his faio whether matters aro going his
way or not; but before loiuniciieliig to
play, tho courts, tliu rackets nnd tho
balls must bo exactly right. ,
(1. T. Touchard, ranking No. , Is
a San Francisco boy, now located In
New York. lie left the Pacific Coast
about six years ago and at onco nt
traited attention In Kustern tourna
ments, through his spectuculnr play,
though he did not reach tho front
rank until Ifloy.
Ho was known throughout tho Hast-1
ern tennis circuit as "tho California!!",
until Long, .McLourIiIIii, llundy am)
(liirdner Invaded the Kistern courts
Since then the appellation hns wnr'.i
ofT and ho Is claimed by the New York
contingent. He Is hardly as good lit
tbo net ns the other Cullfornl.iiiH, but
Is better than any of them In tho balk
Ho has been consider! d an enigma
by the ranking eoniiulltees of lute
years as they Imvo ulvvas found It
dllljcult to Judge his ability. Although
h Is of fragile build, being live feet
ten Inches tall mid weighing only 118 1
pounds, ho uses tremendous speed III
driving and breaks moro rackets than
nny other player except McLoughlln
He Is considered the most spectacular
player In the country, and though not
ro showy a player as McLoiiHldln In
strvlng and smashing, usually cap
tures the gnllery by the wny In which
ho picks holes In Ills opponent's de
fense, often from tho most Impossible
"Tl!u unexpected is always what I
likely to happen where he llgures as a i
contestant and the spectators aro af
forded unusual excitement.
Ill addition to a llerce drive stroke,
ho hns lino control of n mean chop
which he uses whenever his opponent
has been forced unusually fur back to
sneak n soft one Just over the net.
Playing brilliantly against the nmtt
famous players of tho country In ono
round, he )s liable to loso sets nnd ap
pear In dnnger from his next opponent,
no mntter how poor n player It Is, but
ho usually matinRcs to come out on top
at the llnNIi Ills nerve Is unlimited,
and ho Is'very popular among the ten
nis fans on account of his demeanor.
When he played ncalnut Long at Uing
wood Inst year ono of the tennis writ
ers remarked, In commenting on the
Riime- "Touchard smiled whenever he
made a bad shot and grinned widely
when he brought off a good one."
(A critical estimate of the styles of
Nnt Nlles, T H. Pell, n D Utile nnd
Karl Itehr, completing the story of the
ten ranking plnvors not known to Ho
nolulu fans, will bo published on tills
Next Saturday and tlio Hun
day following aro tho dates set
for the second monthly compe
tition for the president's golf
trophy nt tho Onlui Country
Club. Tho trophy Is played for
twice every month during tho
)ear, and tho lowest net on nny
of these occasions Is entitled to
The prize this year Is un
usually attractive. It Is u sil
ver putter, put up by President
J. 1). Mclncrny, nnd Is u pleasing
chaime from the general run of
cups, vases and medals
C. P. Murse wns low man for
the January play, with n net 19.
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THREE "TIED FOR
Y. M. C. A. DOWLINQ LEAQUI
P. W I
Oahiis 1G 10 Gi
Honolulu 12 10 S
Stragglers 12 4
llriinswlck-llalkes ...15 8 7
Players 12 (t
Ijietl Clul 12 S 7
Hank of Hawaii .... ! 3 6
Cosmos 12 1 11
The Ilonolulux took two out of tbreo
Inst night from tho Onhus In n closely,
contested nnd exciting game. This ties
tho Dnhus, Honoluliib and Stragglers
for llrso place In tho "Y" league per
centage table, nnd Insures an even hot
ttr battle from now on.
For the winners Hear wns high score
nnd average, 12 uml Hit respectively.
For tho Onhus F. thuliums had high
score, 192, while Hatitz got tho''hlgh
Wlnnu ..131 146 138 41S
Gear 172 161 IDS 494
Froellch 181 1S,
Selmrlln 123 372
.Scott", H.V 131 ISO 42
Williams 166 1S7 135 478
743 716 721 2185
F. Kminiins ....136 147 192 473
Uirlincr 146 ltr 121 381
M. Ihnumns ....1.11 113 120 418
Dyson 98 142 120 3t0
IlariU K..- 173 146 4S4
C'JS 724 699 2121
8TRIKE8 AND SPARES.
Welt,, the mighty aro fulling.
Tonight: Players vs. laictl Club.
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LITTLE STORIES OF THE MAT GAME
BY LLOYD KENYON JONES.
The Man In the Mask, "Ilia," ho said, excitedly, "I lost mv
In tlio recent past a wrostlcr In Kit- " 'l. You pity dor car faro."
lope, who was accrcdltod with plow- ''''" lalmcd In surprise.
ess n,1 abllllv fur abovo tho lirdllltt- ''' Kmlb ' havell t got II CCIIt
ttn.. hi., m ti.....iji.i ..n..i.,in.i mi
ry. captured the proverbial gout of '"" " " , ." i"--"i-.
tho tjiua on tho sunup side of iho At- t,,or i';l''ly I' I'ldictl my iK.ckct
luutlc by upbearing only In a black
The expanding ball wasn't used Inst
"If I hadn't got that split!'
that's 11 common expression.
Wlnne fell, but where Is tho roller
that doesn't have an off night?
D)Xou says ho ought to lie
Itiintx might be glad to oblige.
iiniRk that Is, ho also vvoro trunks.
Having both como from Iho other
side, Knill Hruggllo, the Pole, nnd Ilia
Vincent, tho Ueriuaii negro, decided
that tho Americans, should full for tho
sumo brand uf come-olf, and Inasmuch
as Vincent could scarcely affect tho
max!:, the part wns passed over tu
Tho man In tho mask uccoidlugly
appealed at ono of Iho Chicago
mulches and In the Introduction ho
nan touted as tho kin;; pin of nil mat
artists, Issuing; a challcngo to Iho
world dutch especially, and Hack
According to schedule, Vincent at
onco accepted tlio challcngo mid tlm
gu wan to bo Btnried in a small hull In
ono of tho outlying dlstrfcts. Vincent,
howuvcr, wan told that ho could not
enter into tho contest bocnugo of his
color and a tmbstltiitu wus found
Tho hull cost $3 and tickets woic
SO routs each. Tliu crowd, number
lug seven poisons, waited lmsitlent
ly and, having found themselves fot
tho payment of the ?3, tho men proceeded.
Kvery ono of that soven-ply audi
ciico applauded lustily, making up In
iinlho for what was lacking In num
Prom a grappling standpoint tho
man In Iho mask was a success and
That's what makes Hie league a sue
less, to Imvo boosters and we aro for
tunate In having live bowlers, even If
they don't get lively scores.
or, by hllt.cii, dcro Is a deceitful
iioss In my pants, and dcr money has
"It Is twcnty-lho blocks," Vlneont
Their Indecision is said to have
boen transmuted Into Hisvedy action,
for nn olllecr, seeing llruggllo In 11
mask, which In bis rvellelnenl bn lio.l
forgotten to .ciovo. and having do-L W,",,I""I T "".'I, ""., . "TU
tected tlio black face- of Vlneont thai ","1 """ f"r r"ln" '"". M" J "
looked like a mask, shouted, "Halt, In
tin) nnmo uf th' lavviv but tho pistol
bhots that echoed nbovo them (In
tend! them not and they did tho
twcntj-llvu blocks In nothing Hat!
The game was lemarkable Tor tlm
low scores, as It was expected that
the lions were out for nnother record
game. Hut something happened.
You never run satisfy soinu people, es
pecially If they happen, lo bo bowlers
with "xonio luck,"
HOAO MIX SOONuJ
W. (, Frunklln of the Hrunsvvlck
jllnlkn Co hns been notllled that n
("trophy" Is on the way for the "V"
I bow ling Icngni. Franklin Is 11 boost
er, mid especially for the H-H club,
I which Is gradually getting In Iho run
Clniiillno tomorrow morning. Ilu will
be accompanied by Jockey Willis, with
whom he has been' training uud spar
ring, and, according to recent nows
from the Illg Island, he will be hi the
hot condition of his life Do Mellp Is
ono of those big, strong llnhtcrs who
give the Impression of riiggeduess uud
KHor liquidating tho hall hlro thoio contempt for pbjhlral punishment, ra
vvas 00 conls left to split between tha'ihrr than of Rrejhoiind llneness uud
principals, totaling exactly two hits
The weighty n fin Irs. of flnnuco being
L E will menu much soon.
ilate, and It bo gets the worst of It Sat-
" " iurdny night It won't be because ho baa
Hen de Mello, Iho Illlo l.lou, who Is iK.,, unilernitlng his opponent. Inhls
to light Jim lloao In this city Salur- Inst light hero with Gllmore, Hoao
day night, Is expected on tho steamer ..how ed that ho can como back after
completed, HrtigcHo and Vincent s(urt-
UIAUlli:itS DKL'd t'OMPA.NV. escaped lliulio,
eil for tho car when a dull sqiuiwk'clno
speed, lie cull take a lot of beating
lip, nnd from his long record of clean
kuock-ouU, It Is very evident that lie
cull udmlnlstir the same kind of inedl-
being apparently hopelessly beaten,
nilmoro had blm very groggy In tlm
early rounds, and two-thirds of the,
fans expected that he would either go
out or quit long beforo the end of tho
mill. However, ho took a grand la-ace
and fought his wny to a draw In the
last four rounds.
Tho pair should give local linxlior en
thusiasts n touch of the real tblin In
their coming meeting The show will
bo singed at the Orphcum Theater,
which Rives plenty of room for ring
nnd choice scuta on lbs singe, ond yet
injures; everyone In orchestra and
Hoao has been training faithfully of yulUiy u food view
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