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II. II. Sinclair, tlyron Balrd, FranK
Armstrong, Dr. Itosslter, Dr. High, 11.1
H. Walker, Harry White and Oeo. An
gus are the eight golf players ho will
JEFF TALKSJjF O'BRIEN
"Why didn't O'Brien challenge
Sprockets or Huntington, Ho certain
ly had no more right to Issue a deflt to
me than he has to Bllng one at either
of the gentlemen named. It O'llrleu
have a free trln to Italelwa next Sun ' thinks he Is champion and wants the
day and enter Into the golf tournament sporting element to recognize him an
that will he held there at that tlmt. such, why don't he fight Twin Sullivan,
Twenty-six players entered the contest Marvin Hart, Tommy Ilyan and others
yesterday at Manoa to try for a place, that are anxious to fight, and not try
It was an uieai uay anil some guuu iu iminv minim uui ui my reputation
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Will begin on
Thursday Jan. 25th,
coif was played.
FranK Armstrong, wno nas occn piuy
Ing somo good golf of late, succeeded
in leading the list and breaking the
course record. Armstrong played a re
markable game and at times brilliant.
His play was consistent throughout.
Ills annroachlne and putting were a
His score for the two rounds was:
Out. 4 4 3 5 6 4 C 4 6 10
In 6 5 3 5 14 6 4 5 3U
This mokes a total of 79 and cuts 2
strokes from the previous record nf
Just quote me as saying that I think
Twin Sullivan can beat O'Drlcn. One
thing Is certain, that It they come to
gether I'll have to bet a few ncres of
my Uurlmnk ranch that Twin takes all
the championship aspirations out ot
Jeff, when informed that O'Drlcn
was the hero of the hour In the East
since he defeated Kltzslmmons, and
that the Philadelphia had been carried
on his admirers' shoulders In his homo
city, said: "I came home recognized
by everyone as the champion of the
tall to be placed with the points toward
the goals and no player to stand ahead
of the points; Increasing tht. distance
to be gained In three downs from five
to ten yards; permitting the ball to be
passed In any direction when the plaj
Is between twenty-five yard lines, iiro
Wiled the player has not advanced be
vnnrl the line of scrimmage, no mint
out for a try at goal; increasing the I
distance between the goal posts to twen
ty-flve feet; no Interference with a free
kick; a fair catch to be Indicated by the
holding up of the hand, no motoment
by players until the ball Is put In play,
except for one man, and finally, that
not more than three men besides the
man receiving the ball be less than five
yards behind the line unless outride
the position occupied by the outside
man in the hoc
Dr. Yost succeeded In lifting the
Halelna Golf Club cup at Hotel w a yes
terday, this is tno second time tnat
Yost has won this cup and It now be
comes his property for good.
Thero was 4 high wind blowing over
the course and It make good play Im
possible Ills two rounds wero played
In 100 and with his 10 strokes, netted
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MAILES vs. IOLANI'S
81, held by I)r. High, Oeo. Angus, liar- world and never had brass bands or the
old Olffard and Jess Woods. carrying on the shoulder episode In
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Following Is a complete list of the
scores turned In:
0. S. Weight 55
Dr. O. E. Wall ....44
Wm. Williamson ..49
Austin Whlto 60
Dr. Itosslter 43
Harry Gray 65
Frank Armstrong .39
CI). High 46
Harry White 50
Mr. Kothwel! ....60
II. U. Sinclair ....39
1. Spauldlng 55
I. Ltshman 52
Fred Smith 61
George Angus ....40
Q. II. Uerrey 51
C. J. Hutchlns ...50
Ernest Iloss 57
II, Walker 51
Kugcne Campbell.. 62
John Evans 46
Jess Woods 61
II. Olffard 48
O. E. White 51
mine. Plain old hearty grips and a few
I drinks with the boys was all t got, but
then, you know, I never dug down In
my pockets or sent on advance agents
announcing that 1 was coming. I guess
that explains the lack of these great
displays of enthusiasm accorded other
fighters. Maybe I wasn't as popular as
Jack O'Hrlen, Jim Corbett and others.
but one tning is certain, they can have
all nf that they want from this time on,
good old farm life Is good enough for
me, and $100,000 In gold would not
Induce mo to re-enter the ring, I'm
through for all time and hope O'Drlcn,
Hart and the others will settle their
difficulties and let me alone."
II It tl
"Dobs" llellbron's meat carvers quar
tered tho soldiers yesterday and liunrfl
them on the hook to the tune of 10 to '
Tho butchers certainly
cleaver In championship
cOmonstratcd that they are the soldier
boys superior In every department of
tho game. The butchers presented a
strong llnc-up and with such men as
Uushnell, Evers, En Sue nnd Frcltai
proved a strong combination.
Uushnell pitched for tho meat men
and proved quite a puzzle. With good
support the soldiers were always at hl
Tho llnc-up was as follows:
Met. Meats Lulling, c; Duehncll, p.
Itcfcree Eddie Smith stopped the
bout between Al Nell and Jon Thomar
In the fourteenth round. Nelll led fot
ten rounds and then tired. Thomar
prated too strong.
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Hcrrera ot Dakcrrfleld disposed
Young Corbett at I.os Angeles In th'f
rounds. Corbett was no match for tli
Mexican, who ' scored with a clean
knock out. This Is Corbclt's finish tr
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In a tame twenty-five round fight at
Colma on the 12lh, Ilefcrco Eddli
Oraney called the fight between Wllili
Lewis and Willie Fitzgerald a draw
It was a tame affair.
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Butte, Mont., Jan. 11. Arrangements,
for a match between Marvin Hart and
Tommy Burns for the heavyweight
championship of tho world have been
completed. The bout will be pulled off
before the Pacific Athletic Club In Loj
Angeles, February 23. Pat Callahan, a
Beautiful weather favored the .first
meeting of these teams for this season
at the Baseball Park.
The opening exchanges wero In favor
of the Blue and Whites and severe pres
sure was simalncd by them on tho
Made citadel. Up to the Interval play
ranged from goal to goal and no scor
ing was a fair Index of the respective
worth of the teams. None of the play
crs engaged came out prominently In
tho early half, although the comblna
lion then displayed by tho Blue and
White forwards looked hopeful for
them for tho remainder of the play
Before the second period was long In
progress the lolanl forwards Indicated
that they had got Into their stride and
somo clover work was witnessed on
their part. By their pace, Woo and
Mon Yin beat the opposition repeatedly
and the latter player opened the scor
ing for his side with a swift low shot
which the Made custodian failed to ne
gotiate. On this reerse the Orccn and
Golds showed unlimited dash and In a
few minutes Bailey equalized, nipping
up a hard drive of Davis Into goal and
beating tho lolanl goal-Keeper. Tho
game was now raged at a great pace,
play being quite thrilling. lolanl lu
Itlatcd a combined passing movement
on the Mallo back division from which
Alulorann fcnnlrftil ntul ilrnvit Ihn linll
' ( home, Increasing the lead for his sldo
again. Taking up tho running Mallcs
nsserted themselves and Simpson and
Orny scared In rapid succession, the
play of the Green and Golds showing a
complete transformation lolanls made
strenuous hut futile efforts to bring i
about the equaliser nnd the toncludlngl
stages ot tho game were desperately
fought out The Blue and Wliltoj
worked hnrd and amidst great excite
ment pressed whllo tho Green and
Golds retaliated Just as warmly On
tho play the lolanls deserved to finish
upon level terms as tho honors of the
first hair lay with them. While the
Mallcs In tho second period had the
mnjor share of the Jilny, all through
tho game the lolanls were prominent
uy strong, iiasinng runs and It was only
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Walker, lb.; Evers, ss.; Macfarlano. t pole of tho ,,; , t, t ,
2b.; Freltas, If.;-Horton, cf.; En Sue, lfoi, tUl0
mi.,, win .. iT.l. i .1.1. i..'i i tho strong defensh
tJ.rnn.t i ti. ., ..I-,- ..ii. I defense In breaking up tho opposing at.
e work of the Mallo
a four-round bout, the champion to dls
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LJ7j4 ffi Phote White 1331
3b.; Macy, rf,
lnfnntry Davis, p.; Boylo c; Scho
effel, lb.; Van Vllct, Jr., 2b.; Carey,
3b.; Van Vllct, Sr.( ss.; Haunn, If.;
Cast, cf.; Fennor, rt. and cf.; Mc
Tho scoro by Innings:
Infantry 0 020000002
Met. Meats 0 0024220 0 ilO
. the Dark jockey
"It happened back In the early day
ot Monk Coburn's racing career," rr
marked the old timer.
'Now Monk had Just come out of thf
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New York, Jan. 11. Sir Thomas I.p
ton Is making plans tor another cam
paign against the New York Yacht
Club next year and the bone of conten
tion will be tho America's cup, fo(
which the popular Irish Baronet si
ready has tried three times.
FOOTBALL RULES .
The following rules have been mnda'
at Harvard and are recommended tu
tho Kules Committee to adopt! Tho
suggestions provide for thrco official!
on the Held; line men to watch oft-sldf
Vilnvn Initnni .1lanniillnAilnn
t..... i. k..i ..... I ....,! . " i"iuv uiottuauutauuil "
coal, iiiiu mu uuu uui. inrcu u.u.iuiu i r0..h nlav a. team In tilnv flvn niln
l ftSiX 'or foJ;CtBhatnn!nVryo'l01!0?i ! !. w?hSut I S.tu'tefa'pfaVer.
gold pieces, or for that matter on goW qllallftod twlce (o bc barreU for t'hc gca.
ytvvv v n...u. - ... . l,l0cJ.lnif evPpn. ,v linrtv! no I
tack anji In playing to their forwards
like a book that enabled them to hold
their rivals down and retlro victors by
The teams wero ns follows:
Mallcs Goal, Ilclser; backs, Mc
aill, Anderson; half backs, It. Chll
llngworth, Center, F, Davis; forwards,
Balloy, Catteral, Simpson, Gray, II.
Bailey; substitute, Dulsi-nbcrg.
lolanlH Goal, J, Kea; backs, K. Kel.
tett, J. Kellett; half backs, F. Harri
son, M. Anderson, W. Notlcy; for
wards, Mon Yin, J. Bolster, J. Ander
son, V. Blackman, J. Woo.
Tho standing ot tho teams Is now
Punahous ... 2
Y. M. C. At . . 2
D. Heads.... 2
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'Frank Burko was racing a string ol
horses around hero then, and one du
ho engaged Coburn for a mount that
he wished to send over the plate."
"Now look here. Monk," tald Burks,
before the race, "I want )ou to win, to
day, nnd it you do I'll give you tDOO
for your work,
"Monk's eyes bulged out at the lib
"You can Je bet yer life dot I'll ride
that nag," said Coburn, Tho ono in
question was Wandering Nun,
"Tho rato was run, and Coburn lived
up to his promltes, riding in great shapo
nnl liplnnlnn IV'n .. ,1 b.I ir Vitn hunt.
UI1I1 I'llllllllb UllllVt.HH ..'Ml ttutllv
ln front with plenty to spare."
'(?nburn tot rather elated aver the
victory, especially as ho was to hovo '
fSOO extra to benevolently assimilate
with his bank roll."
"Monk went back to the barn and
waited leisurely for tho bumh
"Finally Mr. Burke's little daughter
hove In bight carrying a bundle of
wrapped up coins."
"Papa bent you this," Bhe ald to Co-1
burn as the deposited tho package In
Monk's hands. Monk wondered what
was coming oft and eagerly tore open
the packet. U contained twenty-five '
bhlnlng double eagles. A look of dls-,
gust overspread Monk's features and
with a gesture ot displeasure he tosbed
the gold coins on the floor.
"Say," ho remarked to tho little girl,
"I thought I was going to get i500.
Now dot's a nice thing, sending In that
bunch ot new ponnles. Tho little girl
scooped up thee olns and after much ex
planation prevailed upon Monk to take
them. But not until Monk got tho ycl
low metal exchanged for green certif
icates could ho bo made to bcllovo that
the twenty dollar gold pieces wero else
than big pennies."
Tolnts lolanls, 4; Mnlles. 5; Puna-
interference with a punter, and a stand hous, 2; Y. M. C. A.,1; D. Heads, 0.
Ing committee to select officials. '
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