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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, DEC. It, 1911
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DAY OF "WAIALUA HORSE" IS OVER
Mi, .miiiIIi mint lip served, my masters,
llni h day must Imvn III piny,
The mini t'lirtnlii Mil upon
Til, maddest, merries! tihiv
TIip surest riiniirr of them nil
(trows I.iiiip iiml stiff of llmli.
The I'linniplnii lm hi vanquished
WIipii OM Ago seizes 111 til.
Ah. until must bo served, my masters;
The years roll ipilckly by,
TIip Uorloiii triumph of tlm past
in iiarK (iniM inn up.
Fresh favorite near Ihn Inurrl
Of Irni'k iltiil klnpn nml rlni.
Hark to the rry, "The king li dead,
i.nng nvo tno new-crow neil klngl"
AND hi passe Antntio Kiiiio, tlin
grand ilil "Wnlnluu Horse"
whose prodigious rents of run
ning liavp Iippii thp mnrvpl of
two generations of Islander. Tho till
llrlng leg tbnt cnirlcd tho sturdy Hu-
Hull. in over Ihn miles of riuul between
Honolulu nml Wnlnlim when ho was
tlip rnynl messenger of King Knl.i
kaun, f.iltprpil yesterday when two
third of tho itinrnlliini distance hiul
beun covered. The heart mid big I unci
that never knew distress slowed tho
rininer to a labored walk.
Hut If tho flesh was wpnk the nplrlt
was iiniloiibteilly willing, nml Knoo
would h:vo willingly' phigRPd along
until tlin piiiI of the rare Ii.nl them
been nny object In doing kii. TIip old
man, who I said to bp nearer llirce
seoro thnn f0, rnn the last miles II li
bin IiiiikI pressed to his side, and wa
evidently suffering from tlmt agony
known to nthletph ns n "stitch."
Hut nthletea can not Riiccoed for
ever, and Knoo can console himself
with thp thniiRht that Iip lusted far
lunger than do moxt inun flood ex
ercise and Rood living, and above all
only a modernlp amount of conipctt
tlnn, li what probably preserved
Knoo' speed nml endurance for no
many cnr beyond the average It li
tho constant striving for purses that
kills off no many Rood men. They coiilil
do tvvlco the distance twlep n.i often
If they didn't hnvo to, but so much
mental forco Is used up In competi
tion that thpy play out before their
time. Kaon may be heard fmuinKnln,
but even If lie choose to rpllrp from
long-distance riiniiliiR. he can retire
with all tho honors of war.
Jlinmlp Fitzgerald ran a disappoint
Inc race In many vnyn llo looked
drawn too fine when he cainn out on
the track, and the announcement that
IiIh Momnch was out of order and that
for week ho had been on a rlco and
milk diet Hcomod creditable from III
iippiurniice. He Raid that lie was
afraid of the climate, and at any rale
ho wan too weak to mako a running of
the lust IHe i lilies.
1'ltrgornld, In capable of puttliiR up
n milch faster marathon than wai run
Jpiterday. Iln finished a Rood second
to Nt Yvei In the blR Seattle mara
thon of 1909, when the little French
man covered tho distance In 2.32 and
some off seconds, n wijrld's record ill
thuiiRli It wan never officially allowed.
Fitzgerald's tlino Btiniluy was almost
r.O minutes slower furl the same dls-tnncp.
MARYLAND VS. "TOWNIES"
Tlio crack football eleven of Ilia
crulBcr Maryland will hnvo ItH
clutnco on Iho gridiron next Sat-
urday, with the recently organ-
Ized team of former football
stars an opponents.
Tho "TownleB" sprung a big
surprise Saturday last by run-
nlng up n scoro of IT. to 0 on the
West Virginia. Considering the
4 fact that tlio locals, although
good Individual players somo
years ago, had hardly nny prac-
tlcn as n team, nnd knew little
of tlio modern stylo of play, tho
result was very encouraging to
tuo tenm, and they now feel
ready (o take on the Maryland
The Town crowd held closely
4 to the football of ten years ago,
but this proved effective against
the weak lino of tho West Vlr-
It tt St
Jt's probnblo that OcorRo Ollmoro
and Jim Homo, who fought Iwelvesnn-
gtilnnry rnundi to a draw decision Rit
linl.i) iiIkIiIi will bo matched for a
return kii over thp 20-roiind route.
doth boys werp round town yesterday,
looking but Utile Ihn worse for tlin
bad b"atliiK Hint each administered to
tho other, mid both aro wlllliiR to liao
another mi'ctliiK In the rliut. (Illmorp,
lioueer, stipulates that tlio date Im
at leait ten days off, ah lie Is nursing
ii b.ully-sprnlucd thumb.
The scrap, which was stiiRed by
Jim I.emou at tbc Orpheum Theater
before about half a house, was the real
thing, mid mi mistake. There wasn't
a suspicion of a throw-un or fr.imo-iip,
mid when Dick Kulllvnn grabbed nil
arm of each man mid held aloft two
stained Rloes, It was tho getieral opin
ion that tlio decision was tho only nno
(llliuorn Rot mout of tho audience
against lilin before ho had been In
the ring a minute, by ploying the fool
about Hie clinks of gloves, but ho
earned forgltenesH by tho hard llRht
lie put up once ho Rot the Rloves on
nnd In action. Tho Kan Francisco box
er Is slow as an leu wngon, but Iip'h
toiiKh nn they mako tliein, and Isn't
afraid to take punishment If ho sovs a
I'biuico to return It In Mud.
Both Boys Came,
I loan made ono of the best come
back tlslits ever seen, There wasn't
much In tlin llrst six rounds. llono
ilMilded (lilmorv's ponderous hwIiirs
iiruIii and again by very clever duck
ing, but the latter landed oftcner, mid
his blows bad morn sting to them.
Ill the spventh. hnwcwr, OiIiirm began
to happen, I loan came to life and
drove a wicked left In the pit of tbn
stomach. For a moment illlmoro wns
wldo open, but Honn wouldn't follow
It up mid Inst a chaiico to end tho
light then and there. Tlio eighth was
a wild frame. At tho start-off llo.ui
forced his previous advantage and
OVER 20 ROUNDS
landed a rlRht hook to tho neck that
rocked Dllniorn's head, hut lio steppei
back iiriiIii, and the Frisco boy,
steadying himself, rushed In nnd fair
ly beat down the other's defense. For
threc-ipiartcrs of ii minute lloao wns
groggy und htHRgerlng round hanging
to Ihn ropes, and when the gong Hound
ed ho was down on one knee taking
the count, with little chance of lust
ing morn than n few seconds even If
bo camp up at all.
Hawaiian Cam Back.
lloao seemed all 111 when be came up
for tlin ninth, and was half blinded by
n big cut over Ills left eye, which CM-
morn took particular pains to open up
nml n In tho llrst thirty seconds of
milling. The Hawaiian wns gnmo to
the core, however, and managed to
stall out the period, getting appreci
ably slroiigcd as tho round advanced
Tho tenth wax about mi even break,
and so was Iho eleventh, although both
boys wern ro tired that they couldn't
put any sting Into their attack. (Ill
morp cut loose somo nasty upper cuts.
but they whlwed by harmlessly. The
twelfth wns another hummer, with
lloao getting better all tho tlma. llo
had (lllmnre very wobbly on his pins
when tho gong rang, and had tlio best
of tho last minute of the round.
This was the llrst fight that all-
more has had under clean-break rules,
und It was apparent that not being
allowed to put Mm knowledge of In
lighting to usn bothered him n Int.
Until boys did a good! deal of hugging,
mid were apt to hang on In the
I'rlnrn of Fort Hhnfler got n deci
sion over Wright ot (.'limp Very after
four rather tnmo rounds, Mussy
lllauch put Harry School, whom ho
outweighed twenty pounds, to sleep In
the first round with a rattling right to
the Jaw Woodard, a Fort Shatter
soldier, look tho count from "Jacklo"
(.'lurk of tlin tug Navajo, In tho lust
period of a scheduled six-round go!
Champion Punahous Make
Sorry Showing But Win
High School Team Best
HIqIi School 1
Kam Alumni 1
Punahou 2, Healanl 0.
High School 3, Kam Alumni 0,
W. L. T.
1 0 0
1 0 0
0 1 0
0 1 0
DOPE WAS WRONG
S.WI.OII TO 1IO.V KMIINKKK
Although tho men of Iho Pa-
rifle dret nrn not allowed to
lake p.irt In ring events ashore,
there Is no bar on scrapping
aboard ship, whpn Hip necessary
permission Is secured
This gles n clianco In bring
togellu'i Jim Fnx, the W'pst Vlr-
glula's star punch Irndpr, and
lilillp Mflgtilrr, Iho "Tlghtlng
Hnglneer " Mugulro bus been
seen In two red-hot bouts liprn
recently wllli Jim .Mcdrutli, the
soldier scrapper Fox has been
seen In the ring too, but only
Neither Fitzgerald Nor Kaoo
Run to Form and Soldier
King Wins Slow Time
Tile Inm-.nnstttmipil tnnrnthon nice.
which nfter nearly two months of de- ns the third man Insldp the
lay was pulled off yesterday afternoon ropes, Iip having referred two of
before some !U00 spectators, was pro- tho preliminary bouts at tlm Or-
ductlvc of a general form upset. In plieum theater Saturday nlglit.
the first place thp race was looked on It was at that Hiiip that Mn-
by a majority of those who tnke nn gulre's clinllelign was given nnd
Interest in Hie dlstnnce Rnuic ns nn accepted.
ensy thliiR for cither Jlinmlo Fltagcr- 4 There Is 11 lot of Interest In
nld or Antono Knoo. As It turned out ,mxnK ,,. ,. ,en ()f tll
I hat no moro
Fits was second, B minutes to seconds
behind Soldier King, vhllo Knoo wns
still Jogging nlong 11 poor third, soma
four miles behind the leaders, when
mo crowu men oui 01 1110 parw. , . ....,.. .., ., ,.. j.
r iH-ft lllllllK l hwu moth iui
King ran a splendid race, and de- 4. u)i rcpr,,e,l, an some of the
serves all the credit that can be given jiU.kk,B w,,ru becoming profes-
Mill n .. a pm.....j e.ow ,., - H,,)t, p,,,. ,. p,P(ng too
fleet, and regret
among the men
shore figlils lire permitted. The
officers say, however, that the
-time 3 hours 14 minutes 10
much lima on padded canvas and
What about Is?" Is tho question
tlin soccer men were asking ono an
other Saturday night, after tlio open
ing games of tho season.
The answer Is that thern aro apt to
be some pretty tlerco sliuke-ups In tho
.cconus-onu ...oso v y,.o saw 1 - , .,. ,,, , hammock cull.
am waouie inrougii 1110 nisi mues nnu . .
Ilnlsh In a heap, unable to stand with- v"8'
out support, readily admit that them
was something radically wrong with
the irnlun tltftn fnniiillnn. An In tlin
sturdy "Walalua Horse," lio wasn't
considered In tho running after tho
tenth mile, and at tho eighteenth ho
stopped to u walk, evidently distress
ed by 11 stitch In Ids side. Kaoo'sown
record for the 26 miles 385 yards Is
3:12, and the fact that lio finished
miles behind slower time yesterday
shows that ho has gone bark a lot
Of tho oilier starters. Woodward, the
sailor runner from tho Colorado, and RcjanCC and BOYS Of ElCVen
C Iv. Charlie, Hip local Chinese speed-1 , . , i. ,, r
ster, made the best showing Tim'
former showed n lot of class, nnd wns
going strong when Fitzgerald's cap-1
lure of second place called the rnco
off, Up lias a mnrk of 2:nx for tlin
Each Have Football Game
Play Off December 19.
Out nt tho Kuniehameliii field Sat-
it,lfi nrtfrnonil file HoVS uf KlCVCtt
sn-mllp dlstancp. which shows that ho t,mXlmil ,,, rP,irl, tho compliment
Is n runner to be reckoned with when ( l( KpllilllrP , tlv tuno of 6 to 0.
team standlnRs and gtl records from " ""l c '. ...011. ,nn ..s ...u Tlls 1IlilIt UurKr, ,, lt,c,
- ... .i..i.i..i.....i.. i...j'iii enso ypsiernny. unarno cm up
Tho double-header played
at Mnllllll brought out two facts with
startling and disconcerting distinct
ness, Tho llrst Is that tho Punahous,
Tim Hns of i:ieven will was ex-
elinmplona of Inst season, ri fc-prettyML-.'h' ""j'"
sad Mincli or linll-ixiolers nils year, in
spile of the fmt Hint they took tho
llealanls Into enmp In the opening
game. Tho second Is that tho High
School tenm. which won a 3-to-O vic
tory from the Kam Alumni although'
monkey shines all the way round and pw,tw)i lt t)lP cur B,ould have been
provided a lot of Roml-nntured fun ',,. llin , Wllh .ni0 lPl,i Rained
.... i.r.i.eu Kiune nun u kuiiib siruiiu, m,nm.i .,Vrrv tllun tbn bill was Riven
to Captain' Mailnhu, "Who played n"orll-
limit Kiuiio. It was In tho second ipiar-
to tcr that .Miumha crosseil the lino' for
Looked Like FlUgerald.
It was all Fitzgerald's race tin
twenty miles. Up to that dlstanca he the first mid only .touchdown of tho
was running moro easily mid In bet-'day Walter Kaiualoplll failed lotlck
tcr form than uny of Iho others, and the goul. Score, 6-0.
looked nlile to Inst tho last crucial I The flell.iiico team met with hard
Iho winners had only nine men on tho'grlnd. When tho scoreboard showed link during the game, two of their
Held, are Hip likeliest looking team j twenty miles for Fitzgerald, King had best players being put out nf play
seen In action to dale, and aro going donn iileteen miles mid four laps of thoj In tlin second quarter Dan lllpa.
to make ever j thing else In the league . six-lap track, and Kaoo had covered right end, was put out of commission
hustle to keep up with them. Tho I eighteen miles and II vo laps. All thren by Kaonohl, and In tho third quarter
Malles weren't called out Saturday by. wern bunched In the running. Fits- Captain Uodfrey of tho Itetlance had
the schedule, and won't make their Inl- Rorald's time for tho twenty was a' to leave the Held on account of a
Hal appearance till this week, so thorn, string of deuces, 2:22:22, while King sprained onkie. J Uuneku substituted.
Is no way of Saying how they wiu.covcrou the same instance in 2:23:02. Throughout me Rnnin uio uau wan
At tho Iwcnty-llrst mllo King seeiijed kept constantly In tlio llellancc tern-,
to h coming back, and at 21-1 he lory, thut team losing a great deal
closed n lap on the lender. In exactly on fumbles, A Spencer, fullback for
another mllo ho had closed another Hellance, shared honors with Manoha.
circuit nnd was on even terms with I The result of tho gnmo Saturday
Iho Canadian. At tho twenty-third makes It necessary for tho two teams
mllo King's namo nnd time were shout- to play out tho third and final match
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iur iikv urni nine, iiimi iil j- hit i'.i), I'ti.inoti tv,
lapped Iho tired Jlmmle. From llienl llnlh teams will lay off during the
on the race was a procession, with, first part of this week, while the Ju
Kltsgernld struggling to keep nn his nlor teams will turn nut for their regu
feet and annex tlin coveted second .lar practise. In tbn game Saturday tho
place. oillclnls wero: J. L llop)vood. refereo;
King ran. a heady race, for which I'- Partridge, umpire; H. "julinson. Held
"Soan Box" naron. who swells round J"'S: '' "orne. tlmckoeper; E. Q.
us the soldier's manager, annexed nil Il.irllett. tirail linesman
Tlio students nt Kniuuliumoliii aro
liioparlnc fur tho Founder's Day nx
urclhcs to bo held at tlio Mausoleum,
Tuesday llticcinlior 19.
139 Merchant Street .
Hero Is tho announcement for
Founder's vvuok at Kiunohanioha.
Founder's Day memorial sorvlccs,
lllulinp Mcmorlnl Chapel, Occomhor
17, at 11 n. in.
Mausoleum exorcises, Tuesday, Do
temhor 19, ID n. in.
l.uaii, Wednesday, Dcccmhor 20, 7
p. in. In gymniiHluin.
Agrlculttirnl building open for In
spection, Tuesday and Wcdiiesduy.
Athletic ovents, Dccombor 21, 22,
ClirlstmaB sol vice, Dcccmbor 21,
Illslinp Memorial Chapel.
Athletic events und military enmp,
Now torm of School, January 2,
Absolute cleanliness Is maintained
In every depailmout of tlio Honolulu
Dairymen's Association dnlrys nnd tlio
m I lie Is electrically treated assuring a
rich pure milk.
stack up. The llealanls. as predicted,
proved to be In fine physlcul condition,
but to have a very crude Idea of tho
game The Kams also showed lack of
combination, but will probably Im
prove rapidly, as they are all old school
In the opener, between 1'unahou and
lle.ilanl, tlio former scored before tho
game was live minutes nld. Fred
Jamleson took tlio ball on a clean pass
from tho left wing, und shot It Into a
corner of the net. Tho second, and
only other score of the game, eulnn Just
before half time, when Mncatilay got
under a pass from the right Mid head
ed tho ball between the posts In bril
liant style. Tlin second half wns about
an even break, with the Hratnnt for
wards doing good work whllo the de
fense seemed weak
TIip I'unnlious played straggling
football, They nrn s'hy Walker, who
Is playing with Healanl this year;
Dodge, MiX'onncll, Sinclair und Hob
Cat ton. Tho last three arc eligible,
mid Ihn I'uualinu management had bet
ter devote Its energies to getting them
back In uniform
Tho High School forwards showed up
very strong ngnlnst Kumelmmeha, bus
tling the opposing defense all tho time,
Thero wus nothing doing In tho llrst
half, although High had several
chances to score, but In tho second
Marcalllno mid Frendo each shot for
a point, whllo tho third goal cama from
a penalty try.
FAT MEN HAVE .
Fat men, old men and Just ordinary
men who can walk or think they can
walk, nrn getting Into slinpo for tho
annual Kalakauu avenue walking race,
which will bo pulled off next Sunday
afternoon Tho course will bo 1 S-i1
miles ns usual, and thero Is 11 Hut of
prizes almost as long as tho course.
The class having tho best prepara
tory time nrn tho fat men. Their
training consists of six meals 11 day,
Including plenty of potatoes, starchy
foods and candy, and nt least thren
gallons of malt beverages. They fig-
uro that tlio fatter they aro the moro
credit It will bo to win the nice, and
that no amount of real training would
mako much difference nnyway. A
cheerful theory, which ndds much to
tho pleasure of athletics.
"If lio'd mndn nny fnster time I'd
hnvo beat him over the head," said
Huron when the watch snapped at the
Outside of the big Olympic events.
It's doubtful whether a marathon ruco
ever had so many nations represented
on tho starting line. Hero's tho list
of competitors: King, America; Fitz
gerald, Canada; Woodward, America
Knoo, Hawaii; Charlie, China; Hnkii
ole, Hawaii; Schnrsch, Hawaii; Jack
son, Knglnnd; Daraboza, Philippines.
Pat Walsh. II. M. Ayres and liur
enco rtedlngton were the Judges, whllo
lirrln Andrews handled tha storler's
gun which wouldn't go off und John
nie Anderson mudo good use of his
voice, assisted by tho megaphone.
Following Is the progress of tho raco
mllo by mllo;
Miles. Leader. Time, of Miles.
Fitzgerald ; 3l:12
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KAM JUNIORS TO PLAY.
The next sporting event nt Knmo
huuich.t wilt be tlm Junior football
Riiine Huturtlay afternoon between Iho
Ilell.iiico and Hoys nt Klevrn scrubs.
The youngsters have been vorklngllio
tricks displayed by their senior teams;
it a .
The K.imchuinclm Cadet Hatlallon
will go Into camp during tho last part
jof December either nt Camp Damon.
Moanalua, or at Fort Itiigir. Tho alto"
has not yet been decided upon. Whllo
in camp tho cadets will go through
strict military duties,
Tlio matter or tho pajment of'an.
old claim tins been brought, up again '
In tlio Federal court. Tho copy of a.
petition hns been filed by William
Killers and others for I lie payment nt
$1G2,3IW,I7 as loss Biistulnod by the
l"P8-.)urtiiiig of , Hawaiian bsrk Har-
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