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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN. SATURDAY, DECEMHEB 29. 1917.
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FOOTBALL DOUBLEtlEADER' SHOULD
$ DRAW RECORD CROUD tlEtf YEARS
I Town Team Will Clash With 1st Infantry at 1 ;30Y. M. C. A.
Will Meet Baby Regiment in Second Game at Scnotieid
- I Four Leading Teams of,Oahu Will Play; on Same Day
.f Harry Melim and Dick Whitcomb Are Confident of Victory
' f Football Attractions
i Tuesday, 1:30 p. m Town Team va,
1st Infantry at Schpfleld.
: Tuesday, 3:00 p. m. Y. M. C. A.
; vs. 32nd Infantry at Schofield.
Oabu's four leading football team
; will clash at Schofield on New Year's
" Day In the biggest gridiron card of
. the season. All four teams are about
evenly matched, and tt would e Itard
tp select a favorite in a contest be-
tween any of the teams.
- All of Schofield will be out to waica
''the four teams fn action, and it is cfc
petted that a large delegation of
V football fans will be present - f rora Ho
?tolulu. Last year a large delegation
from the city Journeyed to Schofield
to "witness the National Guard, army
( game on . Kew Years, and''- another
large delegation is expected. ,
i Since the Town Team "played the
Y. M. C. A. to a tie, the players have
become favorites and although the
two organitations from the city, were
rivals In the last game they are ex
pected to cheer each other on to rlc-;-
tory In the coming games. . s J
; ; Toniet va;1st '
vThe first game wHl begin at l.'SO on
the 1st Infantry field and the second
game will be called Immediately after
the end of the first game on the ath
letlc field across the road. Harry Me-
11m will have a strong lineup in' the
c game against Lieut Hanna's aggre
gation, and Inasmuch as the 1st In
fantry Is the only team. which lias de
feated the Town Team to jlate the
Townlea are anxious to revenge then
; ceiTea. . : " - '' . " ' : . ;
Melim -will have a fast' backr Held
-with Noble Kauhane, Ha wXinsv Harry,
Melim, Mahlkoa, and perhapa Clifford
' Jlellm In harness. Another star Is ex
pected to be seen ' In action.. Rodr
fues, the .big star . of the last game',
will be at end with -Leal and Jones at
Da
A'sahis and Japanese to Play at
Moiliili; Golfers Will Meet -
at Country Club ' v ;
V ' -: . -
Athletic events In Honolulu for te
riiorrow tie confined to. two
branches of sport. In the morning
the Honolulu Gotr Club team will meet
the. Country Club team at . thS Oahu.
Country Club links. In the afternoon
the.Asahis and Japanese teams will
fight it out at Moiliill. -Field tor the
Nlpponeee championship.
,Thef Oahu Cotntry Club golfers are
favorites In the- match tomorrow al
though Capt GreigVand his band of
sllcers' are confident that " they., will
win a feV matches, despite the ,f act
that they will be plajing on V strange
cpurse. . r- -- . r1-
oj t : . . .
The baseball feature, wnicn wui taae
place at 2:S0, la certain to prlng out
a good crowd, as. the . two teams ' are
real rivals. The little Atania made-
tig hit this year with their play and
will without doubt give Moriyama and
the other stars a real battle! Nushida
and Maesake will be the pitchers for
the Asahls, and Moriyama and Iwata
will work for the ' older teani A This
game will , be a benefit for 'the Asahl
relay. team. which win run at tiuo on
January:7;;
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TODAY'S NEWS TODAY v
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and
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all nervous diseases, aleeplessness,
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the other end. Soares. A. Melim. Har
ry Bertelmann, Nicholson. Machado.
Roblpson. O'Sullivan and one or two
ether stars will be In the line.
Infantry Stars
The 1st Infantry team will have
its full strength In the field, and Bog
Uan. Fagin. Ladd-and Crocks will be
seen in the back field. Schumacker.
Davert, Match, Spooner, Victor and
other good linemen' win be in the
game. Lieut Hanna is confident thai
the 1st Infantry will repeat and win
the honora. .
In the second game of the day the
Y. M. C-A. and -32nd Infantry will
fight it out for the championship. The
Baby Reginjcnt will be greatly . weak
rned by the loss of .Steger, tUe plung
ing halftack put, with Rasquin. on
hand and Plelsehmtnn and Garland
rcadyto,play th? prospects are look
ing brighter. '
The Mnd Infantry hat a well round
ed ,teanvv but have suffered two real
losses this year," both Steger and
TuschynskL. being ont "of Important
games. Rasquin has been playing good
ball of late- and Coach Bracken is
confident i that bis . back field will
have an edge on the Y M- C A.
rv Well Oavls! .
The S2nd Infantry will watch. Da vis,'
the last Jalf oacjtf of the Y. M. C A.
Thej have also been working on a de
fense to stop Btunswick. byt ! with
these two backs In action, and Pam
met ready for . business the Y. M. C. A.
tfam win be ready. If Harmon gets In
to, the game 'the "Y" team will have
a better, chanee to - win. ' AYhttcomV
dampen and von Holt will hold their
own in the liqe, and Albrecht; ' Mc-
Combs,' Baugb, ' Hedrlck - and 'others
will be in good Shape for the big bat-
tie. These two games should be well
worth seelag, and it would not be at
all eurptlsfng to see the largest. crowd
ln.Tiistonrof; football - la tbe Jslandat
these'. two fames; ?A ' ;
Ci . PEASEV1LL ,
OEI
Succeeds Dick; Whitcomb, Who
; Will .60 to Jraining.Camrj; 1
uptn MaveMaaeijiooq':
i;'C.-!.A. Fease; gymnasium 5 Instrucloi
at the Y M. C; A. ha$ been appointed
acting physitai director or the associ-
ation," .sncceedlng Dick ' 1 Wlxltcomb, 1
who has been ordered to the training
camp attSchofield. -A-i'V-
rea.se. came- to' Honolulu about 2Vz
years, ego as a member" of the a
glneers. He waa named as assistant
physical '.director I In February, -1916,
and his !. success in gymnasium woric
has been; such that, he has ha" charge
Of aeven gym classes at one fime.' One
of Jthe leading", physical Instructors In
the ' country - said ' ot long-ago tbht
Tease was one of the most successful
gymnasium raen'in the buxlness -v
Athletics at the:Y. M. Cr will
be bandied' by "a committee: ef mem
bers under the general direction ot
Glenn. Jackson, associate . secretary.
Captain win p appointed to :, take
charge t the: various activities. -
Tiitcemb'e loss wfllfbe :felt'at the
Msociatlon, as he has been active in
boost)ng an branches" of athletics. Ills
work in- promotlB i oasketbalU awlm
ming. handbag -f oetban and - otU'nr
sports' has been Inaeed anccessful anC
he has realized,-' the value of a j vertis
Ing 4n athletic vrork. "Whitcomb was
made ' athletic! -director . this summfcr
following the promptlpn ot Glenn Jack
aonj le asspcfate secretary.'' .Whit
comb la-addition to being a" booster
f6r athletics ls one ;of the best toot-
ball; players who ever "-donned the
moleskins-in Hawaii'
0. 0. U;WILL:MEET
- TOfilGHTTO TALK ; 1
- I : OVER BIG EVENTS
There will "be a.meetlaV of. tbe'O.
0-:U. this evenlny at the Funcban Ten
nis .Clubhouse, r.vrna committee w-yi
take up several matter of Importance
Including the slxe of the button which
will be given to John Enos for catch-
lag a monster vuiu, ine aecisipn in me
Schwarsberg; case ' and the mule race
question, v Also a"1 jdlscusston;onthe
transfer of .members -from' the Maka-
puu Point Fishing to the Funchan Ten
nis Clvb." Harry Avmtcomb nas asked
for a' sanction for a chess contest,
which will alsb. be discussed.
According to -Pitcher ; Grover Alex-ander,-therstatement
being made by
him, while visiting n St. Louis recent
ly. Catcher "Bin' KUllfer of the Phniles
is done with the game. ."Alex says KIl
lifer told bto at'the close of the. sea
son that he means to settle down In
Calif ernla and llve peacefnl life.
Weren't things peaceful enough bh the
Phillies the past aeason? ' ; -v
"Mysterious". Fred Walker, a cap
able pitcher, but alwa s considered a
good deal of a Joke, in baseball .because
of his erratic;. ways, seems to hare
found himself as a college coacn. The
attention he Is attracting through the
success -of his -Williams College tear
DIRECTOR AT: T
Volcano Run
Will be m
Sport Event
Relay Run Will Be Unique in
Athletic Annals; Four Teams
Will Make Trip to Hilo
Not since the days' of Pheldtppldes,
who carried the message asking for
support against the, Persians thou-
sands of years ago, has there bee
such a novel run as will-be staged on
the Big Island on January ?,- when
Hawaii's leading long distance runners
will compete.
Bright and early on the morning of
January 7. Madame Pele will hand
messages to the runners who will be
the , first to carry the expression of.,
friendship to Father Neptune who will
be waiting at the sea for the athletes:;
These runners will ''In -turn hand the.
met sages over to the other runners;
who. will be waiting at their stations
Through Fern Forests ?
At least six teams w ill be entered n
the classic Volcano Run. and - these ;
athletes will carry the messages?
through the beautiful fern forests;
down the gentle slope; through fields
of sugar cane; past quaint little Jap
anese villages and on to the sea. Each'
runner must carry a strong heart ttn.
the five miles which they wttl cover.)
The entire, success of each team rests
upon each runner. If onojalters, then
thalory of victory. Is lost. i
This; tbe first annual race, promises -to
mark; an epoch. in the history otv
long distance running In these islands. ;
The big relay event should In time be
come International in scope, and ho--where
lse In the world could such a
race be staged. .
"Bains Js Busy
ti Hilo citizens are going about things
in a real way. J C: Bains, secretary ;
of .the Kalauea-Hflo race has been un-;-Uring
In jiis efforts to arrange the de-;
tails for the Volcano classic, lie has;
already secured two Jeams for Hilo,
and has In charge the arrangements ,
for Vtbe Mauand; Kaual teams. ? Mr
Bains : has -been one of the leading
boosters ror atmetics on tne mg isl
and, and much of the 'success of the
race will be due to his efforts.
Jv Tbe 1 .Hbnolulu committee . has been
bandlcapped on account of failure of
the amy teams to enter, but have re
celfed the 'hearty support of the ath
letic officers of the various regiments.
Lieut. Tobin of Fort Kamehameha as
lined : up three or. feur good long dis
tance men who will be entered on one
of tketeams whicb wlli' make the trip
toHilo VTbe 32nh-lnfantry may -point
With1 pride d to Shannon, -and Quinn
and Other runners-will represent the
2nd Infantry on the team which will
be picked on Sunday. - ' '
V : ; .Benefit Sunday.
Folwera of , long distance running
have been flocking to the support of
George- -Murakami, who will stage u
basebaUiame - on Sunday at Moiliili
Field tp pay the expenses of his Asahi
runners to Hilo. On this .day tho
strong Japanese team will meet the
little A'sahis. With an admission of
cnty 15-cents he Is expected to have a
large cfowd on. band. '
" Joe' Stlckney' baa his men in trim
for -the big race, although he has not.
givenout the exact time made in the
tryouta. '- Scott, the lanky runner who
-. , . . ' , i
Won u9 rwaiaKaua ayenire ain, i uue
ofv the. leading: long distance men in
the Islands, and Stlckney Is counting
on htm to make a good showing in the
long run. " . .
Mills Leaves Early 1 .
) -Athletic Director Given of Mills
School r'will leave, this, afternoon for
Hilo with his... Mills- runners. The
Manoa Valley long distance men will
have an opportunity to get in training
over the course, and promise to be
real favorites among the students of
tbi" city. -Mills will naturally have an
advantage ever the other local teams
In beKg ble "to go oyer the course.
Tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock the
runners ;wbo will tryouf for the fourth
team to go to Hilo, will hpld a tryout
at Fort Shafter, Corporal Quinn Is in
charge of the team, and Is expected to
take the 'runners, over a four or ie
mfle course. - i
i L Many. Stara on Team
i Shannon, Wade, Benef ield, Quinn,
Weir, Sonxa, Downey, Henderson and
other- runners frpm Shatter and Scho
field will go over the course." .This
team should bring out some good run
ners, and if "tbe men can round to
shape the Pan-Pacific, Japanese and
Mills . School teams w ill have to make
some. time. . . - V : -.. .
L. W. de. Vis-Xorton. w ho has been
doing much to line up arrangements for
the big race, are arranging to boost
for a large crowd ; on the steamer
which will leave Honolulu on January
5. It Is expected that there will be a
record crpwd at Hilo on. Jlonday when
the runners finish their long grind. !
has brought him to tbe fore and if he
can keep up the lick he' has set he
may yet win his place among the gr,eat
coaches of the college game.
i i .3 Book on
Dog
VvvrT ' and Hew to Feed
-C:? Mailed free 'to any
Amerlca'a addreaa by the
Pioneer Author
Dog . H. CLAY GLOVER
Rrmediea CO, INC,
ZSrhZ, 11 West Slat Street
' New York, U3. A.
BATTLING FLYHN
WILL APPEAR IN
BOXIHG TOURNEY
Former Manila Champ to Clash
WithStratton in the Main
Event New Year's Eve
Spteitl Str BtlUn Corrfvondsu)
SCHOFIELD BARRACK'S, Dec. 2S.
The holiday vacation, with attendant
suspension of , drills, is attracting
flocks of devotees of the manly art to
olthe post gymnasium to give the post
pugs who are training for the New
Year's Eve smoker the onceover.
Several of the numbers will come in
for more, than a share of attention.
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namely.- the set-td between "Kanaka"
Thompson, Hospital Corps, and
"Babe"; Martin,; Fort Shafter, and the
go between De Melt, Signal Corps.
formerly a popular member of the
4th Cavalry, and, of course, the main
event between "Hlcky" Stratton, 32nd
lUfaritry, and ;Battling' Flynn, ' Fort
Kamehatriehar -' . 1 J '. , '
T Great'; interest -Is,, being manifested
ftj thV-siio wing Stratton wll V ; -.make
agal'nst Flynn, : who 'jwas welter-wejght
champicnof .vthe : Philippine Islands.
Flynn, by the' Vay, is one soldier who
enlisted In Uncle Sam's fighting
forces and. did "see the world."- En
listing. In December, 1914, be was as
signed' to a regiment In Texas; a short
time later his regiment returned : to
statlbnrat'iFort Sheridan, 111., only to
be called to Panama. After a'year's
tour of duty along the canal, the regi
men' again returned to home station
from "whence It was - ordered to the
Philippines,, the trip .being made via
tb& canal. A brief glimpse of Oahu was
enjoyed - while - the. transport laid up
here,; Flynn finally arriving In the is
lands While' there he! transferred to
the Signal Corps, Aviation, Section,
only to have the detachment ordered
to Oahu for station" at' Kamehemeha.
Flynn hopes his enlistment will' not
be completed without a trip "over
there.":
While in the Islands, as well as at
other stations, Flynn fought the best
of bis weight and 1t was pot long be
fore berwas welter-weight champion
of the P. I.s. He has appeared in sev
eral smokers on Oahn ince his atriv
al here and has made himself. popular
with the fans'. Stratton is well known
in baseball circles as the captain bl
the '32rid Mhfatltry . nine, .usually .'ca
vortlng aronnd tbe . initial sack He
makes his debut as a knight of the
mitt; on New Year's Eve and it is
needless to say-his friends will be at
the. ringside '"'to see him bff-to an aus
picious start. - '-
One "of the wildest-guesses at ecen
omy plans for next .year comes from
an - Eastern, writer who predicts that
the major leagues in order to reduce
expenses, will return to-the single urn
plre system- next a year.:. : That - onl
make a hit either with: fans or players!
as, more lays to
Neiv rate: $12 after , the Fir$t of January.
It's your patriotic duty
And the . money or
work of the "Y." -
ctft Wait
Big Athletic
Card Success
At
Lieut. Tobiri Arranges Ideat
Proaram for Post; Swim
ming, Boxing Featured
The Coast Defense Athletic Associa
tion celebrated the holidays by haVing
a swimming meet in the morning of
December 27, 1917, and although ham
pered by a heavy rain throughout the
meet all events were pulled oft in a
very successful manner under the able
I leadership of our athletic officer.
' Lieut. James J. Tobin, who in the face
of odds In weather, conditions, made
r; the day an exciting one. The joint
athletic meet betw een the Army, Navy
and Marine Corps which was to hap
pen at 1 p. m. had to be called off ow
ing to the unfit condition of the
grounds, but not to be outdone by the
1 weather our athletic officer put on a
smoker for all hands .at 7:30 p. m.,
and not a dull! moment intervened be
tween that time and 11:50 p. m. 7
. Headquarters - company was the
grand point winners in the swimming
j meet, while the Signal Corps and th
I Aero Squadron gave them a close run
p for their money. . v . v
4 c; The Woker was the most successful
fever pulled off. ; x .
The program, wnicn was an an star
one, follows:. ''
1. Orchestra selection -by Coast De
fense band.
2. Singing, jigs and esthetic dancing
by little Miss McNeills and Miss
Waitjv This waa , easily one ot th
great bits of the evening
3. Accordeonaolo-by votn Berg, 6th
Aero. Squadron.
4. Aflague sisters, singing and danc
ing;" ' . . " ' ;".
t 5. Selection ' by . Coast Oefense Or
chestra, -Z .' "
:. 6. Three-round boxing match, Green
( C.. Aj C.;' Y9ung . Ray ( Engl
l - ne'ers) . ";' '
7. Real - live dancing by Callagher,
Headouarters Co
8. Honolulu" Glee Club, singing and
music.
9. Thre&round.'.-'' boxing 'match, - De
Moit ;Y6th Aero Squadron) vs.' Shu,
man (1st Co., Oahu).
10. Orpfieum four from' Schpfleld Bar
raeks. This act received five' en
cores." "' ' "-"' ' ' ;
11. Serectibn by orchestra. ' '
12. " Tenor , solo by Zfldpr nstn?era.
This," was waiy abbf e:.the ordinary-.
13. Three-round boxing : raatchr Mor
gan (if. S. NaVy)' vs.-Harper"(U.
S. Marine Corps). : "
1,4. Edinger of the . . Engineers, iUu's
tfated picture. Vlnging.. This is
more .titan worthy ..of mention as
Edinger always wins at Kam. and
this time-he was better than ever,
receiving encore after enco're.
1 3. Wilson and Lathrbp; U: S; Marines
Musical . sketch which .was a
hummer.. . v '
16. Special request the Orpheum four
again. ' ' '. "
17. Sehultz,.U. S, Navy, a very clever
. . singing, sketchy ,v, -
IS. Semi final .bout, Jusko of the Sig.
Corpa-vs. Alberta or the. 4th Cav.
Verygood. " " " ' .
Uf. Sweeney; 'U. S.; NaTy, by special
request;. "Mother Machree," whjch
was a hlt;;v
20. Special request,' the Honolulu Glee
Club.
21. Final bout of the evening and the
feature' one, Bobby - Moore vs.
Dutcfr RasQuia' of. football ' fame,
both of the 32nd Infantry. This
was easiest the best and fastest
, bout 6f the evening., -
22. Aloha! .Honolulu Gjee,
St Louis rscrrber who were strbng
in their declarations that DerrlU Pratt
and Johnny Lavan; should ;be sent
away for. the .good of- tbj Browns now
are protesting t-reports that the club
has arranged to trade them off. It
was .-ever, thus. Aa : for ;the ;play?rs
theniselves,: thtyf.-tndlcated early, in
the season a. .desire to get away fr?m
the Browps,,whicb ought to' be a suf .
f icient anewer. ; v ; ; ; , . ; : ; ' t . '
and H a'suggestlon ndt 'to be seriously
considered. There are too many oth
er ways of reducing expenses witheul
spoiling the' game-' " " ' '
Fort (am
to get -into trim for miKtary and civic works.
your membership tee " helps along all the
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Ph6ne;taie merhbersU
niUsEVBlTaOH?tlEWllS:SII01lljj
OE DEST Oil CARD AT RACE TOii
Florence Roberts, Mary Jay and Umpqua Will Face Barrier in
Feature Race of the Day Mule Race Promises to AttracJf
Interest 0. 0. U. Will Decide on Technicality John Graci
Maintains That Christmas Races Were Up to Standard
If old Jupiter Pruvius will please be
good the track at . Kaplolanl park
should be in excellent shape for the
big race meet on -.New Year's Day.
Superintendent R M. Duchalsky has
been working on the track, and if the
rain leta up, promises to have a fast
track for the New Year's Day card.
The committee on racing promises
that the . events will be an improve
ment on those of Christmas Day. John
Grace said 'yesterday that he was
ruch displeased 'with the statements
aronnd the city to"4he effect that the
inristmas events were not up to stand
ard.' He said that the committee was
entirely satisfied with the races and
did not believe that anyone had any
kick coming; " '
Hope , far. Best
The general ' consensus of opinion
appears to be that the events of New
Years will be so improvement over
the Christmas Day card. The owners
are entitled to much' credit for bring
ing in talent, and Mrs. Walter Macfar
lane, Charles Lucas, Walter Dilling
ham and others are I doing jnucb to
boost the racing . same' herev but it
isn't going to Help things; by calling i
a ipaae a corascrew. t
The racing committee has been han
dicapped ; to a "great. VxtehtV owing to
tbe Inability to secure horses from
the otler Islands, and there will be
much work to do- to make It a success
en New Years, but all . followers of
racing are wishing: that -the New
I Year's Day 'events go off in good or-
ucr wim a numoer ot entries.
Mile. Should Be Exciting
, The mile event on New Year's Day
should attract a large number of rac
ing fansM a Umpqua, Mary Jay and
Florence Roberts will be entered. With
three' horses ?n tbe race, and all haw
Ing an even chance to win, things are
looiung up as .far as this race Is con
cerned. 7 Umpqua should not-be a dis-i
fits nrans .
LEAVE F0I1 HILO
noon
.Vi 7'
I Long . Distance Men-of, Manoa
School Will Carry Message
- From pefe to Neptune v
This afternoon at 3 o'clock Allison
Givendirector ot athletici at Mills
School, will leave for HUo with eiglit
runners.' The Mills relay team will
compete In tbe ,Volcano,fcun, when Ma
dame Pele sends, her 'message to
Father Neptune on the morning of
Jan. 7. - '. ' , ; ." y '. "
The Mtila team has been A training
tor soma time and have- been making
the JO miles In fast, time, In tbe last
uu eight ..of - the runners, came an
bunched- togetber,,'and Coacb r GIvcn
and Wyman' are confident .tbit . the
Mills School team .wfll carry offV the
honors . at Hilo. '. , '' il . . ?
Thronch effortn'or MrWrnin rCnL
din Amona. T Kawasaki and :otheV
the Mills team was able to make the
trip. ' The " committee which, has 'been,
working , on "plana to; send i the - team1
have met with' suceesa b7 support
ers of. Mills school; - .'.'-'-.-.
"jTherunners who-will make the trfp
today are : Cbnn . Lee Puck,- Tokulctl
Ishlniura,- Edward Ha. lam Ho, Takec
TeregawaWCbun - Ah . Cheng, Makoto
Endo and . Seicbo , Wakahiro.
- .THE EVENTS.
1st Race ;'' . ' ."'
Trotting and pacing; free-foran One
. roiJe: heats r best-two "in three.
- Purse $400; Entrance " fee ; 10 per
cent of purse; ' V4 r 4
.Welcome Boy ; v V V
-Zerene.---.: ' ( ''
20" Raee . :' ;. ;--.-
Four, furlongs for : named horses,
-. -weight for. age.. ' Purse $200 of
: . which $50 goes to second. .
- .Mary Ixiqise. ;'
Termont. -.
Lahonton Water. ' -
Golden Spray. ' ' f
-r- - r.-TL
JiiS
good
T!IISAF1EI
appointment in tbe longer distaaet V
and Tyler Is still 'confident that th
Warren horse will be In tbe race a :
the finish.
Mary Jay was the real surprise li
the Christmas taces, and Benny RqI
lins gave the McPhee mare a', goof
race. It is a question whether Mar;
Jay will be able to hang on for t hi ,
longer distance, but Rollins says tha
the little mare will be ready for tht -
full mile. ';;.'
Many horsemen" are banking bl
Florence Roberts to bring bom th
honors in the mile event. Johnny Car
roll 'has; heaps of confidence In ta
Macfarlane mare, and in theral ract
Florence lookod to have plewc rt : .,
Lserve at the wire. She was glinlat
on Mary Jay, and inasmuch as the It
known to be good for the mile' dia '
tance, there' are many who wiU pli
their faith on her New Year's Day,.
The harness raca should bring our
some good speed and Zorene will makr ;
an appearance against Welcome Boy '
The latter has the speed, while Zoren -is
yet to be tried here. There are t
number of enthusiasts at the - trad
who believe that Welcome Boy wil.
have a hard race of it throughout. ?i
O. O-U. On Mule Race.
The mule' race has attracted pleat;
of attention. Gentlemen riders win b
only alfowed to get aboard. ! Elmer L
Schwarzberg had - his application li
and was turned down, bat the O. O. U A
will take the, matter up at a speeU .
meeting, and promises to handle this
case until it Is completed. ' Artha "
Rice, Harold Giffard, Harry -Macfar
lane. John Fleming. Harold DlJlinj !
ham, Charles Lucas and ; Bob McCet
rlston are excellent riders and som
of these gentlemen will perhapa hi
seen in- action.' McCernston has not
yet secured his O. O. V. cardV,but fi
expected to bava things ready befor
the big race. '" . -';. ';
3rd Race--'.'; ' ' w.' '
One mile mule race, gentlemen rid - v -ers,
catch weights, cup to owner
sport pin to rider. Purse -ef $71
subscribed by i riders . donated - ti :
, Red Cross. - - ..'',' -;
; Black Bess H. L. Castle.' ' v.J. V ., .
Haleakala-Klt Carson. ' ; -
. Senator C. Olsen. . :'-,'Z' -'l .':
Duke of Kcaloa CorneU Franklin!
' AInanuI Palahalaha-Geo. H-Angu 'w
Duchess of WalalaeC. W. Lucas. i .
. Dusty Roads H. Dillingham. '(
Dclly Gray C. M. Hite ;.- '.
Reynolds BL,M. R; B McGrewI ! . -v
4th Race "';; ' .' 7 --.. -'.
Three furlongk for twb-yearolci '"
Fillies to carry ; 115 pound al 1 .. ''
colta 118, pounds. . Purse of $101 .
and cup valued at $100. Entrpcr
fee AO per cent of purae. r ';.. -.
Saunte. - ?. V-;;-
Remark. v;; yv-H;"-
5th Race . ' 'v;; '-J;
Four furlonga for mounted patrol ?c.
-'. men..(To ride in fuU uniform ' i -,:
Owners not obliged to ride. Pursi . .' "
t,- of 875, of whicb $"5 goes to second A
; Mr. Espinadaa "Self.-: ; . - : J
Mr; KanealaVa "Oyster; LIpV?;
Mr. M Lopes Halifax. -7:: v -lrKaukanl
Black Harry. .
Mf.-IL Klbacbl Swede SanuV''-' ,'-'-;"; -'
6th Race f - - - :;:'. ''
One rmilet free-for-alT Weigbf fd - '
' age: f Purse; $350; of: which.: $51
. goes, to second. - '. '- "
',. Florence Roberta. : - "' " ;,r: .'v' - - -"
Mary Jay, . ' : v"-,. ' -
' Umpqua.?1 ;. ' v"-;: 'ZZ
7th Raee' t-, V - : : -
Half miIe.. free-oralL a Gentlemei ;-s Z
jockeys. Weight 160 lbs. Cop U .
- owner.- Sport pin to Jockey.. . ' .
Lahonton Water. -. -
Golden Spray, v -' -' Z:".:-:' ': ,
' RoseUaT . . 'Z:- Z.i: . , Z; -.. t -;
'Did jrou can at Roxley's housff
asked the young doctor's wife'. -.': j
-'"Yts; replied the doctor,; and !
wish he bad sent for me sooner;" ; Z ".
."Gracious! Is he so seriously liir '
"No, Just, the contrary. I'm afralo .
bell be all tight' again before iiget Is
half ' a dosen vlsltaTlt-Blts Zl
. Jeremiah ' A' O'Learya re news paper
called Bull -has suspended publication '
In view ot thevfact- that Postmaster
General Burleson has excluded it fronr
the mails." . -ri.- -
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letlc. v The increase ;1a
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