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Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185, '
I Local amd
Buy Property, Say the
Country Club Member's
Rigid Economy Is Urged at Annual Meeting That Property May Be Ac
auired and Expenditures Already M ade Not Become Total Loss Com
mittee Reports Show Affairs of Org animation To Be in Flourishing Con
dition and Membership Growing Steadily Officers Elected for Year
That the directors should tulie Im
mediate steps tonnid arranging tor
the purchnfic of tic land occupied by
fho Oahu Country Club was the
unanimous sentiment expressed li.v
tho members nt tho annual meeting
last night. It was reported that an
option had been obtained and atten
tion whs called to the necessity for
taking action nt once.
President George K. Carter, In Ills
retiring address, urged the Incoming
directum to consider carefully tho
necessity for purchasing the prop
erty nnd to see that rigid economy
Is practiced that tho purchase may
be possible. Ho called particular at
tention to tho largo expenditures
thut tho club has made upon tho pro
perty and urged that the land must
therefore be bought that the money
may not be n dead loss.
At tho close ot tho president's .id-
dress, the question of buying tho
land was discussed nt length the
general sentiment of the members
PROGRAM IS ANNOUNCED FOR
Events Are Arranged for Afternoon
and Evening and Juniors will Have
Opportunity to Exhibit Skill Moon
light Practise Draws Crowds
Plans for the Outrigger Club's tar
nival at Wnlklkl on Saturday next
aro rapidly maturing. A tentative
progiam has been arranged nnd.
though it Is not unlikely that some
minor changes will bo made duilng
the week, In substance, tho program
at present outlined will probably be
It Is the Intention to give tho Ju
nior members of the Club ample op
portunity to exhibit their skill In
handling surfboard and canoe, and,
ns many of tho youngsters are mik
ing great pigrcsi, It Is likely hint
tho ocnt.x for them will be among
the moit interesting on tho program.
Ab tho mattor now stands, It is tho
Intention to gho up most of tho aft
ernoon to the boys, the senior mem
bers of tho club doing their "stunts"
Further experiments with electric
torches hac demonstrated that their
iiso on surfboards and canoes is en
tirely practicable and the Illuminated
events will bo tho spectacular feature
of the entire carnhal. The Searldo
Hotel Is being visited nightly by a
host of people, anxious to watch tho
practice demonstrations which the
club members are making.
It Is planned to have tho surf
c!nts over by 9 o'clock, tib thut iho
participants may enjoy the balls at
the Moana and Seaside. It was sug
gested that tho contests might be
continued on Into tho evening, that
tho dancers could drop out and
watch them fiolft'tlmo to time. Tno
proposition was" mot with a roar of
prptosts'from tho men, however, lor
they objected to furnishing amuse
ment while their less strenuous fal
lows wero taking things easy.
Tho urogram, as at nrcsont out
lined, is its follows; 1
From 2 to S p. m.:
First event Surfboardlng In bis
bu'rf. (a) Long dlstanco congest;
(b) relay surfing; (c) fancy surfing.
Second ovent Canoe sailing taco
Third event Single paddle cunocs
for .big boys.
Fourth ovent Threo-paddlo cu-
noe race for boglnnors.
By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKXEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-Y0UN0. GARAGE. - PHONE 200.
being that tho matter could not be
closed up too toon.
Tho report of tho treasurer show
ed the club to bo In excellent condi
tion, financially, and improving all
oi me, time, i no loiai memoersnip
Is now 292 and the club Is Incrcis
ing rapidly In popularity.
The house committee's report show
cd that $600 was expended during
the past jenr in improving tho In
tcrlor of the club house and that
much was accomplished with tho
Tho grounds committee reported
the links in good shapo and Improve'
merits still going on.
The, following officers and directors
wero elected to serve through tho
George It. Carter, president; W, P.
Dillingham, lco president; E. A.
Mott-Smlth, second vice president; J.
O. Young, treasurer; II. C, Cartor.
secretary; S. Ilcardmorc, Auditor; F.
C. Smith, r Waldron. II. II. Walker,
J, C. Evans, directors.
Fifth eont Two-p.uldlo canoe
race, paridlers in each canoe to bo
Sixth event r Three-paddle canoe
race for girls.
Seventh ccnt Thrcc-paddlo ta
noe raco for women.
Eighth , , e cnt Spear-tilting on
Ninth .event Surfboard contest
Tenth event Slx-paddlo ranoe
race for boy beginners.
EIeenth.event Surf boating rate-
Twelfth ovent Swimming And
From it to 9 p. m.:
First event Electric surfboardlng
In small aurf,
Second event Tprch-llt surfboard
Ttiird..t.venl one-paddle ranoo
races with torches.
Fourth, ecnt SIx-naddlQ torch-lit
! canoe races, with colored lights.
urth event Tnree-paddle canoe
rnco by electric searchlight.
I Sixth event Swimming with
Seventh event Surfboard raco.
The ladles arc now taking an In-
tercrt in the Outrigger sports tor
next Saturday afternoon. Canoo
crews from each of the women's boat
clubs will enter.
Huth Sopcr, who Is one ot the lead
lng joung girl surfboard riders, will
ii.no a crew, besides entering tch
Mirflioard contest with several oth
ers of her own ago and joungcr.
I.lttlo 5r j car-old Klnau Wilder de
clares shg. Intends to win a surflng
I prize, nn,d as little Ktnau stands as
j gracefully,, on a board ns any grown
'person at Walklkl, It Ib more than
likely that this' winsome little miss
will win a prize next Saturday.
Others waging to enter tho girls
Buriuoaru, contest nre requested to
notify Miss Sopcr.
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If that carnival of tho Outrigger
Club does not create something in
I tho way of n mild sensation here
I mern win uc -several people very
much surprised. ' .Certainly, a largo
amount of originality haa been ex-
)endad,'Jln;iXb. Arrangements and
there Is every rcahon why the occa
sion should prove an epoch-mark! ig
cvent.,c,iTho Outrigger Club was or
ganized with the laudablo ,purpode of
keeping'' alive the filcturcaquo wator
sports ot ancient Hawaii. The mem
bers are going their original plans
one bc'ttor now, and are embellish
ing the entertainment which used to
bo presonted before Kamehameha iho
Orcat with- the-Inventive gcnlui ot
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FINALS IN DOUBLES T0URNA-
MENT ARE RATHER TAME
Sets Are Finished 'in Record Time
and Good Work Is' Done, bat Contest
Lacks Spirit Compared With ..Thurs
day's Showing Doubles Next Week
The quality of play thaf developed
In the men's championship, tciinli
doubles matches on Thursday gao
promise that, when tho play resum
ed yesterday, the spectators would
again 'be treated' to close, exciting
tennis. - Dut.ns often happens In all
athletic games, especially In base
ball, when, with three men on bases,
the mnn at' bat' has three balls and
two strikes called on him, and even
one feels that something extraordi
nary Is about to happen, tho batter
pops up n measly little foul and the
whole thing Is over, so ester day at
the Herctanln courts tho specLitota
were all keyed up to concert pitch
and nothing particular hannencd.
Cunhn and Warren got away to a
flying start and were never headed
For somo reason, Castle and Cooke
did not gel up Btcanv until too late.
which was disappointing, as they are
capablo of tho best grade of tennis.
Cunha's work nt the net wns- splen
did In Its force and accuracy; Wji
rcn ably backed up his partner In
crossing over for alley strokes, and
together they aro a hard pair to
Tho time of play Is a local record.
tho two sets occupying twenty-fivo
minutes, whereas on Thursday tho
two sets played consumed one, hour
and twenty minutes. The scoro, fol
lows; Cunhn and Warren beat A.I.
Cqstle and It. A. Cooke, 8-6, 719,
Tho winners of jesterda's match.
will play tho holders of the doubles
title, C. H. Cooke and W. P. rtoth, on
the Pacific Tennis Club courts next
Thursday afternoon, when a batjlo
royal may coniuieutiy be Jookcu lor.
It It 8
GOSSIP FROM THE
REALM OF SPORT
With the'advent of eight troops ot
the Fifth Cavalry, It Is to be hoped
that the roynl'gume of polo will, ie-
cetve an Increased Impetus and that
somo Interesting tournaments will
result. With the possible exception
ot tho famous Tenth Cavalry polo
team, the Fifth Cavalry aggregation
Is probably tho finest In the Army.
New blood means new life, and with
an asRcmblngo of polo, crnnkB right
here on Oahu, there will be every in
centive to renewed activity on tho
part of the civilian placrs. Lovers
of tho noble game will await with
Interest the arrhnl ot the troopers,
for among the officers ot the Fifth
nre tome noted hard riders.
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