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EVENING BULLETIN, IIONOLTTLTI. T. IT.. BATPKDAY, DEC. 12,190aV,
I Local and National I
What Shall Be Done
' With Yacht Hawaii?
mo of paid up stock In the Hawaii
Yiithl Club, Limited, citml In par
value to tho ninuuut of my ilotiatlun
to tho "Trans-Pnclflc Yacht 'Hawaii'
Fund" I hereby transfer all tny rleM,
title and Interest In tho said yacht
and any nnd all fittings and appliances
pertaining thereto to tho said Hawaii
Yacht Club, Limited, and consent to
have my namo registered as u member
of tho Club nnd ngrco to pay monthly
Ones of one dollar, payablo quarterly
In advance. Membership to corumonco
January 1, 1909,
SOME OF THE FAMOUS ATHLETES WHO
APPEARED IN GREAT INDOOR
That ft Is gtlmo that sonic iihtlon
v.ero taken with regard lo the disposal
ot tho yacht Hawaii, which wan built
by subscription for tho San l'cdro to
Hawaii yacht race, Is the Koncr.il oplu
Ion of tlio members of the coniinllti'O
who nro entrusted with tho caro and
upkeep of tho craft.
The following rommuulcntlim, mid
blanks, sent out jesterdny by tho com
mitteemen, are self-explnnator !
Dear Sir: As a contributor to tho
fund tor building tho yacht "ilgwall"
wo wish to put before ou a plan for
the disposition ot tho acht and ask
lor your npproul thereof.
As you know, the yacht Is now under
tho control' of a committee of sK.
namely V. II. Mclnerny, II. i:. Cooper,
Judge 3. II. Dole, 11. W. Shingle, Sam
uel Parker nnd Chas. T. Wilder, who
constitute tho Trans-l'aclflc Yacht
Haco Committee. Thero la a debt of
$3,000.00 owing on the jncht which
sum thq, committee was obliged to bor
row to complete here construction.
It has become a question what dis
posal to make of the yncht. Theio aro
two nltcrnathos, first In sell her jit
onco cither, at prUato sale or uubllc
auction, or Becond, to maintain her
until tho next Trans-1'aclflc race and
learn lo got tho most speed out of her
for tho contest. To sell her at once
to the highest bidder would be to sac
rlllco her' for there nro no jachtsmen
here of sufficient means to pay a rea
ionnblc value for her. Fuithermoro,
tho commltee nro of tho opinion that
the inirmBu of the trust enn best be
ndtnnced, by a scheme- ,to keep (lie
jacht up during tho Interval before
the next race and by prucjlcc prepare
to get tho neat speed out or Iter und
thus pluco her In the next race with
reasonable expectation of running first
As a practical way of doing this Ilia
committee) hiivo made an agreement
wltti'tho Hawaii Yacht Club, Limited.
whereby tho corporation will assume
the $3,000.00 debt and take tho yacht,
Mid In return give to the contributors
a paid up shale In the acht club equal
In value lo tho umount of their contri
bution. Any contributor may becomo
u regular member with a vote In the'
corporation upon tho payment of the
lugular dues of $3.00 a quarter, pay
it bio In advance, and we would urge
thift every contributor becomo n mem
ber of tho Club, that tho sport may be
materially advanced. This plan Is sub
ject to your approval. Wo urge that
j on send your written consent In on
cue of tho forms Inclosed hcreln,nd
drvijsed as Indicated thereon. Ah rea
tens for this consent we urge that the
yacht will be In charge of u responsible
corHifatlon composed of men whose
experience enables them to handle the
lacing yacht to the best advantage.
The acht will still bo controlled and
In most part owned by the same peo
ple who contributed to the fun J
through their voice In tho stockhold
ers' meeting In electing oftVers of tho
corporation. It will enable the cor-
oration to treat the yacht as an asset
with Its other assets and to negotiate
(or the financing ot the next race as
ono owner lit control of tho yacht with
lull powers apart from any trust. This
lnct.8 dealings would thus bo easier
end nt tho same tlmo tho committee
will bo lellcved of their personal lia
bility. Kindly look over tho accompanying
blanks. Oil out the ono that meets your
wishes and return to tho Secretary
Hawaii Yacht Club, Limited, at an
Yours very truly,
P. L. WKAVEK,
B. A. MOTT-SMITH,
II. I WOOD,
In consideration of tho delivery to
In consideration of tho delhery to
me of paid up stock In tho Hawaii
Yacht Club, Limited, equal In par
nluu to the amount ot my donation to
the "Trans-Pnclflo Ydcht 'Hawaii'
Fund" I hcrcGy transfer all my right,
title .nd Interest In tho said jacht to
the said Hawaii Yncht Club, Limited.
Not wishing to becomo n member of
the club, I enclose nevertheless the
amount of lollnrs to
help pay off tho existing Indcbtednesi
In consideration of tho delivery to
me of paid up stock In tho Hawaii
Yacht Club, Limited, equal In value to
tho amount of my donation to tho
"Trans-Pacific Yncht 'Hawaii' Fund" I
hereby transfer all my light, title and
Interest In tho said yacht to the said
Hawaii Yacht Club, Limited. I do not
desire to be cotno n member of the
In consideration of tho Hawaii Yacht
Club, Limited, undertaking to pay off
the Indebtedness on the Yacht "Ha
waii," I, ono ot the donors of thn
'Trnns-Paclrlc Yncht 'Hawaii" Fund"
do hereby assign and convey to tho
said Hawaii l'aclit Club, Limited, all
my Interest In the said Yacht "Ha
waii" or its appliances or In the said
YALE MAY BUILD BIO
STADIUM FOR SPORTS
NEW HAVKN. Conn., Dec. 1.
Yale Is making planB tor a concrete
fctndlum or amphitheater, If funds can
be secured. Agitation has been start
ed by the Yale Alumni weekly repre
senting the graduates because of the
Impossibility ot caring for tho Yala
and Hntvnrd graduates and students
in me annual ciinmpionsntp games
It Is, proposed that a graduate corpor
ation be formed to finance the propo
sition It the athletic association does
not find it feasible to Bet aside the,
necebsnry money to start a concrete
stadium bulldlric fund. The proposi
tion Is also Advanced thaf bonds bo
MEET IN NEW YORK
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Issued for the ploject. The present
wood stands accoinmodata about 32,
000. TlriBeai' the applications for
the Yale-Harvard, same were almost
titty per cent."niorc"than that num
ber without considering the public.
, rrhe Ja test; use of..relnforccd con
crete la, in the building vot bonts1.
Some otr these 'have recently been
constructed In Italy among tbeta
Bvo'of 'about ,120 tonseacK tor : tho
Italjan navy:,' . ' - - " i. (
New York, Dec. 2. The Iilsii-Am-trlcan
Athletic Club won the point
icorc nt tho twiMlny championship
meeting of tho Amateur Athletic
Union, concluded last night In Mndl-
ton Hqnnro Oardeii. Tho final scoro
of tho winning organization was 81
Threo records wero broken In the
meet. On the tlrut night tho world's
record for throwing tho 6C pound
weight for height was raised from IS
feet 7 Inches to 10 foet and -lncli by
P. McDonald, and M. P. Drlscoll mado
new flKiires for the two-mile run. Last
night TliomaB Collins of tho Irish-American
Athletic Club set a new Ameri
can flrfuro for tin lUe-tnlle run. break
ing K. Carter's ( record of 25 23 3 6,
made In 1887. Collins' tlmo was 25.19
'J'elvln Shoppard won tho C00-nrl
tho ISOjnril run and Iho 200 and 303
jaid liurdlo races
ino nnni poim stoio wus: v ij
Irish-American A C, 84; S'cw York; j
A C, 30. Pastime A C, 22; ttoitouj
A. C U, Harard A. A 10; Prlncc-J
ton A. A.. 9; Ilrookljn Y, M. C. A., 8!
iinnttnchod (nrimng), 6j Mercury Ajjj,
C. 5; Mohawk A. c, 4; (lonioii nousoa
A. A.. 2, Montreal A. A., 1.
Summary. Putting the 24-pound)
I hot Won b W W. Coo. Huston A'.
A.. Willi 34 feet 1114 niches; S. P.
Giles, Now York A. C, second, 32 fool
2 Inches, H .Moor, HIMi America's
A. C. third. 30 feit 10 Inches. Ml
ll0-yar1 dash dual heat Won by
J. J Kllcr, Irish-American A. C ; It.
K. Cogglns, Pastlnio a'c, second;
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000-ard run. first heat Won by II.
(lining, unattached. C .1. llacon, Irish
American A C. second; J. McCntec,
Vim- VurU A C tlilnl Tlmn. 1 1 1-.".. V
Sicond licnt--Won by M. W. 8hul- J
pnnl, Irish American A. C; Hajwood,-' t
New York A. C .second. II. A. Sedloy, f
New York A C.thlld. Time, 1.18 3-5,,
Three standing brdid Jumps Won-
by S C Lawrenie, llnrvard Unlvei--"
fclty A. Ah with 32 feet 10 inches; P. t J
Adnms, New York A. C, second, 31
feet 11) Indies; I P. Pnckaid, Irish-i'n
American A (' . tiling 31 feet 4'iikfj
Htandltig high Jump Tlo fpr first
place between J A lllller, Urookln f
Y JI 0 A, nnd II W. Adams, Now .
York A C, with 4 feel II Inches; 8. C.
Lnwrtuco, lluriard A. C, third, 4 feet ' '
10 inches J A. Illller won tho Jump- '
oft for first place with I feet 11 Inches,
Five mile tun Won by Tom Collins,
Irlsh-Amerlcnn A C ; W. C. ilnlley,
New York A. C, second; I (1. Ilellard,
Now Yoik A. t, third Tlmo, 25.1U
300-yard hurdle race Won by .1. J,
Lller,- lilsh-Aiiarlcau A. C; M,
Dwlght, Princeton Uuheralty A. A.,
second. O P. Lnugan, dish-American
A. C, third Time. .37 2-5. '
CO-yard dash, final heat Won by
Robert Cloughnu, Irish-American A.
C.j J C O'Connell, New York A. C,
ficoud- It Heed, (lordon House A. A..
third. Time, .0! 3-5 !j
Pole milt for height Won by CA,
Vi-zlii, Princeton t'uln-rslty A. A,
with 11 feet 2 Inches; S. C 1-awiencc
llnrvard Unlvorrlty ,. A., second, 11
feet; J. L. Harr, Hnrard A. A., thlrO,
10 feet 0 Intlu't,
The skeleton' ot S)sonby, tho fa
mous lace lioi'be. Is being exhlliltod
nt the Ameilcnu Museum ot Natural
UlelVin BllCpparU nun lliu uuv-Jiir I ' uic ...ti.-i..,,, .huscuiii Ul ,UIUIUI J.
run frtini Hacon In U14.4 5. J. J Ullgrl History In New York. James tl. T;
of tho IrlBM-'Arnerlcaji" Athletic Club ' Keene,. ownei of tho liorhe, had tho
1 greatest Individual point win- skeleton mounted and presented to
nor, with 15 points, 'securing first In 'the Institution.-
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