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Yachtsmen Have Jolly
Time At Annual Banquet
Alec Lyle Elected Commodore
For 1908 Other Officers
WHITNEY fc MARSH
Lose Prominent Athletes
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd., Acts.
Tlio yachting Benson Tor the year
of 190S was formally and officially
opened last night at the annual ban
quet of the Hawaii Yacht Club at
the Young Hotel, when a new Com
modoio and nil the various other
offlccm were elected to servo for tho
coming season. The meeting and
banquet wcro both tarried out splen
didly. Kvoryonc was Jolly and opti
mistic references to tho futuro of
yachting in local waters wcro tho
order of the evening. I
The regular business part of tho
gathering was', ns ex-Commodore 'I.
K, Cooper, the toastmastcr, stated,
"served lu courses." The Commdoro
first called for tho annual report of
tho secretary of tho club, T. II. Pc
trie. In the statement that followed
it developed that the Hawaii Yacht
Club had u halanro of $39.00 on
hand nt the present time, with an In
debtedness of $120 to orfset It.
Tonntmnstcr Cooper then called on
Secretary C. T. Wilder for a state
ment of the financial conditions of
tho trnns-I'aclllc yacht Hawaii. Al
though Mr. Wilder had no written
report, ho was ahlo to, and ho did,
reel off n set of figures concerning
the yacht that might hnvo been' cal
culated to make tho head of a novice
whirl. Ho first liiiulc mention of the
fact that tho Hawaii had already
iost In tho neighborhood of $13,000,
of which nmourit $2000 had been ad
vanced; mid then ho called the at
tention of tlioso present to another
stern reality, that there was StOOO
stll needed toxoid the jucUt off to
ward tho mainland frco from debt,
of which amount ho felt ho could
raise from various tourccs tho sunt of
at least SlfiOU.
"It will novcr do," ho continued,
"for tho yacht Hawaii' to start off for
tho Coast leaving n trail of back bills
behind. And 1 want to Impress on
ench and every one of you, ns well ns
every citizen In tho Islands, tho ne
cessity of doing all In jour- power to
get donations, no matter how small.
They all help, and It will bo for a
worthy cause. It docs not nocesHar
lly follow that tho donations must bo
fn cash. Articles or provisions use
ful on tho yacht are Just ns accept
able, and mora so, for that matter.
Mr. W. II. Mclncrny hns prepared a
printed slip of what Is still lacking.
It behooves ou all to read that
then get busy."
talks aroused an enthusiasm that will
surely bo of great valuo to tho yach(,
and It was not lessened when Secre
tary McHicrny, "Trnns-Pnclllc 1)111,"
ns ho was affectionately designated,,
told of the work dono by tho com
mitten of which ho hns been tho nct
"Wo started out to crcato a real
ity from a dream," ho said, "and It
has been dono. Hut things have
Como slowly, there has boen tho us- j
ual quota of knockers on hand, and
work, work, work wns tho only way
anything could bo done. Soma smil
ed ut tho proposition, nnd some
damned it. Hut tho launching of tho
Hawaii Inst Saturday removed nny
doubt from our minds. Our dream
had como true."
Mr. Mclncrny paid n high compli
ment to tho Arm of Boronson & Lylo
whon he said that without tholr un
tiring efforts nnd spirit tho yncht
would never have been built. To
construct such n boat othor than un
der conditions such as 'this -ono wns
constructed would necessitate an ex
penditure of nt least $25,000. Mr.
Mclnerny also j eulogized Clarcnco
Mncfnrlanp, whc'salled the La Pa
loma In tho last raco across tho Pa
cific Ocean, stating that ho had play
ed ,u groat part In an ovont which
Jyjll soino dny0ecomo the greatest
of l'tBUlnd"'ln tlio world." ,
Commodore Cooper called for tho
fclecUon" 'Of officers, nnd Immediately
the name of Aloe Lylo was placed In
Stanford University, Cnl March
29. A fenturo of tho recent crisis
here was tho narrow cscapo that all
nomlnntlon ns the. Commodore of tho spring athletics hnd. Mnnngcr
Hawaii Yacht Club for tho year 1908, Knupp of the cardinal student body
Ho was unanimously chosen for tho wns on tho point several times, of
honor, nnd cries of "Speech! calling off nil events botweon tho unl
Speech!" forced htm to rlso to his venules of Stnnford and California,
feet, allowing the Ilcrkcloy men to win by
"I thank you for tho honor con- default. This has been averted,
fcrrcd upon me," he began, "I ap-' While tho vnrlous teams will loso
predate It, and will do my best to heavily by the recent wlcldlngs of tho
hold up the excellent mark- sot by faculty nxc. It hns been decided to
Commodore Cooper. In all tho his- go ahead' with the crippled tennis,
lory of tho Hawaii Yacht Club there This moans fighting under n heavy
has never been a Commodoro who handicap In ninny' events,
hns dono work for the club ns hns I In tho suspension of tho 41 stu
II. K. Cooper. My Interests nro dents Stanford lost four varsity cap
wrapped up In tho yacht Hawaii, tains. In the boating squad tho loss
When tho first tall: was sprung is ns heavy as anywhorc. L. It. Orny,
about building n trnns-l'aclflc roccr, tho atroko oarsman and captain, will
Wc have received just in time for Easter a NEW SE
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In) regular and train 1 cngths.
bo hArd to replace Tho men may In-
I Immediately started the construe'
lion of a Rhed lu tho back of
shlnvnrd where thn boat could
built. I felt Buro even then that tho ' not como out for tho crow this Ben
tho.ducc cither J. II. Pcmbcrton '08, or
bo A. II. Schutts, varsity men who hnvo
a history connected with tho yacht
already, though sho has Just been
put In tho water. Sho wns launched
by tlfo sldo of tho greatest punch
bowl In tho world. And with tho
crow that will go with mo I hnvo
tho deepest Inward confidence that
wo will como flying along Diamond
Head tho first yncht from tho Coast. '
As "Dad" Moultnn says, "In tho
loss of Fred, Lnnngan from tho track
team tho chnnco to mnko n world's
record hns been shattered," This
shows tho confidence tho veteran
trainer hnd placed In Lanagnn, who
wns one. of the flrpt twelve students
to bo dismissed. Lanagnn Intends to
Clarence Mncfnrlnne stated that ; remain ,at,ht,s homo, In Pnlo Alto and
ho' had every confldcnco in Alec coach thojtaim.. flW. Dollah, tho
LS'lo's ability ns n cnptnln, nnd ho Hnnford athlete, has been vaulting
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hnd ovcry reason to believe that if
pluck and fighting spirit counted for
anything tho Hawaii wuuld not cn-
tcr the'hSirbor other than tho first
Tlib'olhor' orators elected to servo
for thc,HtrlU"wltli Commodoro Lylo
WW ns follows: Vlco commodore,
C T., Wilder; secretary nnd treasur
er, C. T. Wlldi-rj directors, U. IV
Cooper, W. II. Mclnorny, O. L. Spron
son, 'C. W. Mncfarlsne, George Cro
zlcr; port enptntu, Kny Illctow;
measurer, O. L. Sorcnson; regatta,
committee, Hi Uoth (chairman), J.
Admiral Ilcckley wus called upon
by Commodoro Cooper for a gcncrnl
talk on yachting. Tho Admiral stat
ed that wheu ho wns at the Coast
recently, ho mndo n special trip to
San Pedro to confer with yachtsmen
thcro nnd see tho place from which
tho Hawaii would start on her raco
ncrnss tho Pacific. Ho had seen Win,
(!. Irwin, who promised, If ho was on
tho Const nt tho time, to bo present
when tho yncht sailed, or, if ha was
called away, ho would havo n repre
sentative on hand to sco thnt tho
members of tho Hawaii's crow were
entertained Ho said thnt he wanted
tho yacht to ho absolutely frco from
debt when sho left the Islands, and
that ho intended to do ull In his
power to ruleo tho needed $2000.
C, A. Drown said thnt ono of his
natives hud told him that tho yncht
would bo cofd nnd wot on account of
her fiiish decks, but ho also predict
ed that the boat would bo the II mt
to cross tho finish line at Diamond
Head. Daniel Logan, who Is known
ns tho Nestor of tho local press, told
of his experiences in a "submarine"
Ho won great applauso by stating
thnt If tho Hawaii won this coming
Trans-Pacific Raco and brought homo
tho trophy cups, It would bo a great
deal ensler to secure funds with
which a defender could be built
than It has been to build tho Hnwnii,
"Tho Ladles" wore toasted by T.
II. Petrle? Ho stated that although
he was no ladleV man (cries of "Au
"o no'ka ol") he thought a bettor
feeling' and moro enthusiasm could
bo aroused among tho members of
the yacht club If there wero moro
social 1 functions, Othor specchos
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and has clqarcd tho bar nt 12 feet.
Stnnford hns lost an acttvo cnptnln
In tennis. Preston II. Dolano '08 wns
ono of tho strongest doubles player
at tho university. In tho suspension
of O. D. Ilusse '09 thd relay tcant
of the track nlhlotcu was' given u 'so-
vote setback. W. Kocrner '08, tho
otlior varsity cnptnln to bo 'suspend
ed, was captain of tho football squad
Rales la Camp
The following uro tho rulos by
which tho Kam boys , now on an out
ing nt Camp McCnndlcbs, nro gov
erned: 1 Ilundlcs to bo ready at 7 u. m.
2 Roll call nt breakfast and din
ner. 3 Marking system In effect,
4 Shake out blankets when you
Tents put In ordor ut 6 a. m,
6 Tent Inspection at 0:30 a. m.
by teachers on duty.
7 Hoys of first and socond grades
must go with lenders. Hand In,
names to C- O. Livingston,
8lloys carry lunch unll wutcr.
9-r-Sqtiad on duty watch tout'
ropes; loosen If too tight, and tight
en If too loose.
10 No revolvers allowed In camp.
11 No target practlco allowed In
side certain limits' to bo established
aftor reaching camp.
12 No firing of nny kind In or
13 All guns mujt bo turned Into
tho ordnanco tent Immediately after
coming Into camp nnd must remain
there till boys again go hunting. All
ammunition must bo-turned In be
fore' starting for camp. ,
14--fluns must bo cleaned nftor
supper' and beforo retreat (sunset.),
and at no other time
1C Hoys not allowed to rldo k6'n
trains ty.'ill? Jn camp, , '
16 JI, Knuhano.ls.dqtnllfed bug-
Ainsuuver nnu Jt-'Kannaiie will
iimi, i ,y,,i, ,,wqi i.y iiuiii.wwt m.'.Xy
cms arc tabu. I evening, Wcdncday, April nth, nt
19 All lights out, nil music pan, 7:30 o'clock lu the Judd building,
ami quiet ut taps. for tho. purpose of hearing tho r-
20 On Saturday, bugle will sound ports of committees and other Impor
nnd nil full In beforo train ionics. I t:iht mntjers thnt muy como up.
21 Iluglo will Bound on nnl.vnl at Tho K.inlil baseball team this iV.ii
catiip. Kach sqund roport to teach- . Is filling tho henrts of tho other clubs
crs In charge-. No boys to leave , with horror nnd It Is expected that
squad till work la dono penalty, j the team will glvo n good showing
day in camp. on tho diamond. -
22 Saturday, live prizes for tho J It Is rumored that Ilcrnaiil II. Ke
bast shooting will bo contested for, lekollo has Rendered his resignation
under the .direction of Mr. -Thorno-Aiia. maiiasor of the Kuiila baseball
son nnd Mr. Ingrlrti. '
23 Pol barrels nnd milk cans
must bo returned daily. j
t: n ::
Tho Klvcrsldo Junior Ilasoball
League will hold n special meeting
this Tuesday evening for tho purpose
of arranging tho schedule In order to
end tho fccrlcs by tho Zfith of April,
wcro mndo .by the following: J
Young, Itny IUctow, Gcorgo Turnor,' ,
"" ,:,,,' "'," """"I y- prepare a list of tho boys who have
Lowls. JUtrd. Ilrowstor, II. SI. Ayras .',.' ..., ..... ! 4-, ,; .. , ?i,
d &C. Albright. ' ri.'ii, ...;',. '!,"" w . r"
and C? p. Albright.
Tho following wero tho membors
and Invited guests prcsout nt tho
banquet: Commodoro II, K. Cooper,
Kcopliyijajchccli I tho
Call up at any time by telephone
any one of these numbers
90 -- 200 1097
o guns taken
oit n'nd turnod In, - t"
17 Tents will be rolled uii,daly,
and 4the grounds kopt clean nt nil
tlmos. All rubbish to bo carried' to
tho flro and burnod.
18 Sugar cano, ducks, and hand-
Vlco Commodore -C, W. Macfurlano,
George Crozlor, J. Lylo, Aloe Lylo,
W. II. Mclnerny, Q. P. Wilder, C. T.
Wilder, II. P. Roth, T. H. Petrio, P.
L. Weaver, C, A. Brown, George C:
Ueckley, A. W. Neely, J. E. Young,
T. V. King, John O'Urlon, K, Meek
cr, J. W, W. Ilrowstor, H, M. Ayres,
C. C. Albright, Dan Logan. V. Hurd,
Itny niotnw, It. II, llyeinrt, (I. Turner.
team owing to'hla departure to Maul
within a few .weeks on business, and
tho members tire now hustling for a
now manager who can maintain tho
team and deliver tho goods when
Joo Leal may bo called upon by tho
memborH of tho club to lead them lu
this fight nnd thcro Is no saying but
that the team will bo htiong under
his management, for Mr. Leal is ono
of tho cleanest sportsmen thcro Is lu
tho dnto sot for tho opening of tho ( towu, and ho Is thcro with tho boys
Rlvcrsldo Seniors'. Of, courso at tho nil mo umo.
prcsont tlmovndthlng-haB bccnolimo Ho was Up malinger of. tho I'e.ut
by tho' Juniors In rcgnjiV to tlio open- Hundlc unRobiill. team that played
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to avoid any troublo.tho president of tho championship of tho first serltd
tho JunlorB is trying to nrrango the' and unfortunately lost tho thnmploii
schcdulo so that tho championship' hl to tho Ocean Views in tlio svt-'
games will lio-ended on tho 2Gth, It ond series and In tho final game, but
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