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IIVLWINCSH friuii tlm Jhtli to 23rd
THE FINEST VARIETY OF JEW.
CLRY IN THE CITY AT
'Tor Sale" ciuds nt nullotln..,
JUDGES WERE RIGHT IN .
Kaoo and Fitzgerald Broke Repeatedly and Avers 'Was En
titled to Race Only Question Over Method of Procedure.
Thrro Isn't n doubt In the world but
that hnth Antono Knno und Jlnitnlo
I'llTKtrnlil wero Jog-trotting 11 good
I part of the Inst hiilf-inllc of the fourth
annual Knlnakun in ciuie milking rnco
)cstcrd-i. On the grounds of fnlrncss
to the other contestants anil the spirit
of the rules the illHitiiallllrntlon of
hotli from llrst iiml second pluco re
spcellvcl) hum the right tliliiK Hut
there was something of n "incut loll iim
to whether the patrol Judge hnd 11
right to disqualify lifter tho ruio wuh
llulshrd, nn1 for IIiIh reason tho nil
tintineeiiunt Hint II. M A)rea liail been
awarded llrst place, with Nigel Jack
on second und Manuel Ilntelho third,
was nut made for twenty minutes nft
er tho breaking of tho tape, after tho
Judges luil met mill thoroughly ilia
cussed the mac.
The I1IUI1 una duo to the fuel that
the kIx Judges wero Kpllt iii In two
parties, unit that they had no way of
coiupirlng notta iim to warnings git en
the contestants. This being tho cane,
It came to tho point whero tho mean
ing rather Hum the letter of tho mien
had to be applied, untl as there was no
ilonht In the minds of tho p.iflol Judges
on the iUCKtlon of Kni und Kltxgcrulit
having broken from the straightaway
hoc 1 and tno, illKiualllliatlon followed
Road Rac. Different.
Dick Sullivan, ail experienced Judge
of Walking, explained the ruling n fol
low a: '
"On an oval trink, where oviry man
la hi plain alght of tho Judgea all tho
time," ho Hiilil, "It In possible to glo
a in. 111 Ida three warnings mid then or
1 r him from the course In n strulght
uttay road ran', however. It In far
luiriki to keep 11 line on the lontost
antK The Judgea today wire apllt lip
Into two partlca, 11 lid had no way of
(omparlng nntca on wnrnlnga given
The only thing to do waa to get togeth
er afterwards and decide from 11 stand.
J.,H, Wwdvviird, tho speedy mara-
tlinn rilliner from Kin rrnlaer fnln.
rado. la nfter Soldier King for n re-
llirn rneo over Ihn full illslnnnn. Ijist
nlglit Woodward, King nnd tho lat-
ter's iiianilgrr. "Soap llox" Haron, Bt
together nt tho Y. M. C. A. to tnlk
matters over Aa usual, Soap llox"
did most of tho talking. Ho hung out
against letting King go tho full mora-
thou, claiming that' the strain would be
too imit ti for Ids man, and also Hint
a 10-mlle event would take better with
1110 piumr -mere may no aomeining
in this last contention
I think I deserve 11 chance with
King over the full distance heforo wo
plan nny shorter races," anld Wood
ward Ibis morning "When the Heel
arrived lure I hadn't dnnn any running
for months and iinvono could see that
I waa overweight and In poor condition
M) way of living Is the only thing
that allowed me lo stay ns long na I
did. I stuck till the finish, when other
runners, who had trained for months
In this climate, were forced to drop
out I can promise the public 11 real
marathon this time, If Khig will come
Woodward la to meet hnth King nnd
ritrgernld over the .'-tulle routo next
Saturday, at the fleet Held da), hut ho
doisn't profess to ho 11 llvo-mller. In
fait, he says he'd rather run thirty or
thhly-flvo miles than tho marathon
Aa to betting, he an) a that If King's
backers will place $S04 with the sport
ing editor fif thn Hull et 1 11 as n aide
bet. It will be covered In twenty-four
n n u
JOY'8 8ALE OFFICIAL.
NHW YORK, N. Y. Preal-
dent I.Mich of tho National
League has nnnounied tho ap
proval of cnnlrai ta and releases
In part as follows:
Contracts With Itoston, Fred
Tenney, na manager, for 191:
Release. Hy lloston to Spo
kiine, Northwestern Lengu e, Har
ney Joy; li St Uiuls to San
rranclkco, t'ucillc Coast League,
$ $ f
'; 1 i
QO TO THE OLD RELIABLE
TRAINER FOR A GOOD
Bath and Massage
176 King Str.tt Phon. 2487
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point of fnlrneaa,
The tlmo made, hy '
Kaoo la In Itaelf evidence that he
didn't walk squarely. There. Isn't n
walkir In tho Territory who can do n
mile on 11 good track In 8 MO, nnd here
we havo Kaoo covering n mile nnd
three-'iuurtcra over a rotten road In
Kaoo la a flat-footed walker nnd
went barefoot, making It hard to Judge,
tho heel and toe part of hlfc perform
ance. However, It was' easy to aeo tlmt
be waa not locking the knee, nnd that
la gait waa n aort of lutriberlng lope.
Pllvirnriilil vvnlkf.il aminrplv ifilrlnt- Ihn
Drat part of the race nnd then broke
repeatedly. At tho finish ho was trot
ting Ayr. Fin P.rform.r.
Avres walked In beautiful form. He
vuiii the only real walker entered In
the race. Thla la hla Ural win, but In
190S and 1909 ho finished necond Jnck
hoii walked squarely enough, hut III
The hcnvyvvalght event brought out
only three alartera C. C James, Ar-
ihle Itohertson and IMdle Marino
James made a good showing and flu-
Ished llrst In 19:3Hl-2r with Itohertson
set ond In 19:S8 Marino had to slow
ilnvvn on nciount of n twisted ankle.
The tabulated results of the main
Antnne Knoo ....
I II. M. Ayrea
2 Nlgil Jackson ....
3 Manuel Ilotclhn ..
4 Wilson Keagler ..
Snldlir King ....
.". fjenrge Addison ..
f. I) Knhnlevviil ....
7 John lfau .... ..
X 8 Knhalovviil ...
18 J Woodward .
Id Sum Hup 1.
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A GREAT RUNNER
im Wlthlngton oflonoliihi-chimavCcni'taln). rh i Harrison, f ...,
In f . Inl ,.f !.. rm L'nJ
pcra on nciount of the splendid race
hn rm. tnw lf..ri.Uf,l In l... miHiial A.
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mile cross-country event of the Inter-
collegiate Amateur Athletic Aasocln-
Hon. Tho Honolulu runner finished
nrtli In 11 Held of seventeen, hla tlmo
helng only seven seconds behind tho
winner. John Paul Jones of Cornell.
Speaking of Wlthlngtxm'a vork, the
Jfew York World saya: I
After u splendid start I'nul Wlthlng-1
. . . -
ton of Harvard took the lead aa lliu
pack circled tho track and mudo oft
ovir tho turf In tho, direction of the
clubhouse, with the others following
Cornell had Ihe right of line nt thn
start and M I. T. hail Ihe left, but the
Cornell ui'ii were held buck with the
r(st of the field until tho end of tho
third jnllc, when tho puck returned to
Ihn starting place
There Paul Wlthlngton waa still
leading, closely followed by Jonca and
llerna, the two Cornelllana Jones was
In 11 good position, being only 11 jard
behind Ihe Harvard man, and during
tho last half of the race gradually
drew uheud of tho local man, until lie
was In undisputed posseaalon of the
Wlthlngton 8.1. Pace.
Wlthlngton of Harvard soon dashed
In tho front and set n fast' pace along
thn road Tin wua closely followed by
tho other runners. Tho Harvard man
movi-el along with a smooth, even gait
und the others seemed tontent lo luke
At threo miles Wlthlngton waa still
In front, hut clinging to him like a
shadow was Jones. Tho latter whs
about a )aid behind thn Harvard crack
and traveling easily, tlernu of Cornell,
team mato of Jones, waa a good third
At that point It was apparent that
Harvard had Its work cut nut to beat
tho Cornell representatives.
Wlthlngton was out to lead all Ihe
way and run Ida opponents Into the
ground, but at three miles ho began lo
show signs of breaking down. He was
leading and had tovcred the dlatance In
17 minutes ii seconda. The algna of
weaknesH wero apparent In Ills limbs,
for hla iinklca appeared to be getting
shaky, probably from Ihe soft footing.
When the teams swept hy Iho club
house for thn Inst half of the rnco
Jones waa In grout form and It waa
not long before ho dashed ahead of
Wlthlngton Oradually ho Increased ills
lead und carried with him hla tcum
mate, llerna, and McCurdy of I'ennay
vunln, who was sticking close lo Herna
Chairman Wood of the Hawaiian
commission to tho 'Frisco fair will
j make an effort lo get a Hawaiian Into
the new information utirpau. ,
February Si Is the date of the an
nual Floral I'nrndr. HentMibfr1 It,
iiml begin gelling rend)- now.1" ' '
& $ i i i p -i & & -i $ $$
i OILMORE vs. FOX. 'i
Oeorge Ollniore, the Han
Itanclsco acrapper who boxed a
good 12-round drnvv with Jim
If ono n couple of vveeka ago, nnd
Charlie Kox, the West Virginia
pallor who accounted for Tbco.
Wilier In two round Saturday
night, have been matched for 11 '
10-roiind m)ll to'takc plain eith
er nn the dock or nhonrd tho
cruiser Battirday, December 30.
There la Son In It for the win
ner nilmorc will do 160 pounda
rlngalde, vjhlcli will probably
glvo him iMimethlng like nlno ejur repute throughout tho country to-
pounda advantage over Fax.'
The men of the Colorado nre
planning n boxing tournament
for next Friday night.
"fr 8 S"8' $ 4 $
That nothing to nothing store
'ween the town phi) era und the irHCk
f'wtballera of the Mar) lain! inn't he
I'Howctl to stand as the final word be-
'wc-cfl the two teams. Aa soon as the
whistle blew for the hist iiiarliriif Sat-
tird.i)'M hard-foi.gnt guine, the taptalna
'""' managers got tngithcr and lie-
cl,,0(1 " " return game, to bo placd
Nrw Year's Day This Is welcome news
to hnth plavers and funs, for both
teams are lonlldent of success at an-
other meeting, while the spectators
don't tare iniiili who wins, provided
I hey get another good exhibition of the
Saturdays battle followed a regu'ur
league wurrr game at Molllll It
brought nut a hlg deb gallon of sailors
nnd Chilians, nnd lucldi ntallj It un-
corked 11 lot of hottled-up enthiistasin
The town team carried tho ball ucross
tho line once, hut the referee ruled
that the runner hud gone out. and the
ball went limit to the 7-)ard line, whero
Mar) land held
The feature of the gnme was the
punting duel between Krlesell for Ho-
nolulu nnd Hill for the sailors Thn
former usually had the heltir of It on
Mlir)land-I.es? le: Vanderlhiden
It.i Javvorskl. Ig : W.rslng. t! Vogel,
rg: l.lnthvvalte. rt . lllll-lli ,ler 're-
MtMcckln-Klrk. 11! Tort, lh.i Collier
Town (cam fill o. le VIIV,...! ,
'. 1 ! While, e i Knmuklla.MH)rellM'",. "cr " '"cl inH" of, " '"tr
rg : 1'al). rt i Unit Phllllnffivrtrf U ' m .
tHnuinun, q,; rrlcscll, lh ; Suninor-
aser. rh ; Murray, f,
'Mllclnls n. U Hell, referee; W. It
Orate, field Judge: flcorgo Dison. um.
l,lr! Lieutenant Ware, head linesman:
Chilton and O'lfagen. timekeepers,
T,mc nt qunrtera, fifteen minutes.
The Klnrnl Vnr,..l ,.j..i. .,
nolulu. It para In advertise.
C U m .s3(F.
IN FIGHT GAME
U. S. S. West Virginia Shows
How Boxing Card Should
Be Run Off.
If overy boxing ahovv waa na well
atuged nnd na cleanly mannged in tho
jonc which took place tinder the nus-
plcoa of the U 8 8. Weal Virginia 8.U
"V urdny night, the game would be In bet.
day. You have to hand Undo Hum tho
gold medal aa n fight promoter
The setting of the allow wua ua much
a pnrt of tho cvenlng'a aport na the
bouts themiclves To Lieutenant Jesse
II. Cluy. athletic ofllcer of tho West Vlr
glnla, belongs the credit for tho per
feet arrangements Tho ring was
pitched on the navy dock about mid
ships of tho West Virginia, Tour
strings of Incandescent gave all the
light required, and threo tiers of
benches on four aides of the ring gave
seating for about 350 The West Vir
ginia, on tho Wnlklkl aide of the dock,
mid tho Mar) land, nn the i:vn, form
ed the gallery, nnd fully lulf 11 thou-
sand on each ship had an unnhstruct
cd view of the mills from the decks,
turrets, and from astride the hlg guns,
The ring ropes were wound with red.
white and blue bunting, anil the whole
Mcne waa aa phturesque and unusual
as lould he possible
"' ' "r"' r "nalnlulneil wua even
"llir0 ciiduilve In tlic inJo)iuent of
b evening than the setting. There
" "" bail talk and iowil)lsm, sum
"a Invarlabl) seen at lights ashore. A
guard of half a dnzcil bluejackets saw
'' ' lough began to
shoot 01T his mouth In what ho proh-
,ll timsldind will) repartee, hut at
al out tlie fourth )ap an o liver Inforni-
ri1 ,llm ,l"', '"' ld bo thrown oft
M10 'Iwk unless lie kipt quiet. Ho
lndlgnuntl) slowed I1I1 luvltiitlon. but
"" ,,,,,1 ,1,nl PVCn lr '" ,"ld " l"lo
,lcc, "f Inviftlinni he would have o
jketp quiet He was the must silent
lucmber of tho gathering from Hint mo-
4'liurlle Pox. the husky vveltir of tho
West Virginia, proved much tooilassy
1 for lino Wilier of the Second Infan-
lr) III the main event Wilier look the
10u", ""cr ",0 Hct,"", ",",,, "f ,",t
wa" '" ,mxt' lK" n -ruU1"1 0nlr-
Uo wn" ",,CK,I ,,,,n" repeatedly; In
""" ''""'"a "'""' " ," r'"d "'
,"'.'." ",x"' " '"p '""'" "' Vln "
IIIC gong. V IICI1 1I1C IlllUllie iniirvni
"'v " ..ri'v.,.....i- t ...
ler whs clearly outclassed and waa
very groggy and Ills seconda were who
to spare him from further punish
ment. r'Fox Is Good.
l'nx la n very llkcly-looktng lighter.
He la quick na u cut, has 11 lino left,
nnd la one of thoae aggressive punch
traders who la willing to take a blow
for a chiinco to return It wjth Interest.
Have a Case in
It will add to the
-, r Kjr.
10 quit uic uimoje
Mailcs Beat Hcalanis Saturday
But Fail to Show Soccer
SOCCER LEAGUE STANDING.
Club. P. W. L. T.
Punahou 110 0
High School ... 1 1 0 0
Mail. 1 1 0 0
Kam Alumni 1 0 1 0
Healanl 2 0 2 0
The Mallea made their Initial ap
pearance of Hie season Saturday aft
ernoon and mnnaged lo annex a
scrappy and rigidly plajeil gamn from
the Ilealunts The score nus 1 to 0.
resulting from a penalty kick
The Mnllea showed that they wern
Just aa far behind the standard of first
class soccer" as nro the other teams
In the league with the possible excep
tion of Illgh School There wero soma,
flashes of Individual brilliancy, but Hi
combination of both teams was aad.
Tlmo nfter Hum plnera lost the ball
when they had opportunlt) for a clean
and unobstructed pass which mt(ht
have resulted In a shot,
Mnlles' score mine In the second
half, when Walker of tho llealniils
stumbled nnd, In nn attempt to catch
himself, touched the lull It looked like
nn Inadverlnnt foul, but Ihe referee al
lowed 11 penalty Instead of a free ktak,
from whli h Oregg scored
a a a
Frank Howes entered a plea of
nolo contendere, to a charge of
speeding in an automobile, when the
matter came, before Judge Cooper Sat
The prelims were 11 lot mo.-e Inter
esting than (he main event, flannel
and Tnmnsov Itch of the Colorado went
four rounds to 11 draw; Kldston and
Wellpy, also Colorado Jacklea, got nn
even break In the same number of
rounds; Miller of the West Virginia
beat Howard of tho marines In two
rounds; S)innur of tho West Virginia
got a decision over Sailor Clarke of
what the announcer at) led "th battle
ship Navnjo," In four '.'-minute rounds.
Tho Mlllcr-Ilowurd go waa by far tha
heat of the prelims. Miller la Inexpe
rienced, but la a natural lighter with
a kick In both hands Howard went to
hla corner ery much distressed after
tho second round and didn't come up
for the third.
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