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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, DEC. 18, 1908.
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THE LEADING BRANDX OF HOSE. THERE IS NO
BETTER. HOSE MADE TODAY FOR EVERY -DAY USE.
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Yacht Hawaii Will Probably Go To
Club and Increase in Membership
Will Result Fine Program Is Plan-
ned To Follow Meeting
There will bo several matters to
come up for consideration wneu me
next annual mectlnB of tho Hawaii
Yacht Chili tal.es place about the
middle of February next. It Is not
unlikely that several vital changes
will be mado In the administration of
the affairs of the club and even a
change In the by-lawB Is not beyond
the hounds of possibility.
There Is every Indication that tho
yacht Hawaii, built for the San Pe-dro-to-Honolulu
ncht race, will be
turned oer to tho club. If Biich be
the cube, the club will have td assumo
thn 13000 Indebtedness against It
and make provision for Its payment,
Many of those who originally contrlb.
uted toward the building of tho Ha
waii have donated additional sums
townrd paying off the Indebtedness,
but thcro Is jet the biggest part of
the $3000 to be considered.
Many of the pertons wno contribu
ted to tho yacht fund have accepted
stock In the ub In lieu of their
claims;' a substantial Increase In the
club's membership will be. tho result.
11 Is rumored by those In close
touch with the powers that be, that
u radical change may be made re
garding memberships. It Is possible
thnt special memberships .will ho
done away with entirely, nndjthat all
who enjoy the privileges oflhe club
will have to go through theegulnr
routine provided for the regular mem
bers. This matter will be discussed
at the annual meeting at any rate.
Tho club Is planning an era of re
newed nctllvty for tho season follow
ing tho annual meeting. A big rcgat
ta Is down on the cards, as well as a
number ot Interesting cruises. The
dutes for these events will not be
eet until after the annual meeting.
The prospects of a pugilistic mill
between now nnd the time that Joe
Cohen returns from the mainland aie
getting slimmer and slimmer. Dick
Sullivan has been working hard In
the hope of putting on an entertain
ment, but ho is getting a bit discour
aged. Thcro seems to be no available
timber aiound loose Just now.
Jack Mcradden Is out for a fight,
but no suitable antagonist has come
forward, The retirement ot Young
Nelson from the ring takes away the
only man who could be matched
agalust McKadden on anything llko
eten terms and there Is nothing to
Indicate that any promising light4
weights aro planning to head this
way In tho Immediate futuro.
It is rumored that Cohen wllLbrlng
back Kyle Whitney, when he returns
fiom the Coast. It Is also rumored
that he will bring back Smith and
Itellly, ,llkewUe Joe tulicy. Nobody
but Joel really knows what the states
man-lmprcssarlo has In mind,' how
aver, unless Dick Sulllvun happens to
have some prlvute Information tiled
Itugby litis evidently been talrcn
up by the boys of Aliiolanl College
In earnest, livery available bit ot
time Is being utilized for practice,
DOTS AND DASHES FROM ,
" . THE REALM 0F,,SP0RT
Jofm Condon, stockholder In Worth
track, says there will bo no racing III
Jim Corbett will referee Papke
Ketchcl fight. In Los Angeles.
Stanford .Sophomore girls uoicai
tenlors In basket ball game.
Two favorites win at Trcadla and
book makers win on the day.
Northwestern league takes In Port
land and drops lluttc.
Jimmy Walsh and Monte Attcll will
furnish ring warmer to Langford
League of professional baseball
clubs 'restricts drafting season.
Coffroth mny make an attempt to
tako the Lnngford-Klynn match away
from Sam Bcrgcr.
IJarou Long, Jeffries' match maker,
In "in" San Francisco to secure Kctchel
feycbrlght shows his ability as a
mud runner by defeating clever field
In Withers handicap.
S. C. Hlldreth's crack coldt Fill
hcrbcrt has been assigned, post of
honor for Paclflc-Unlon handicap.
Suit In equity ralsos cntiro question
of legality of baseball "reserve" rule,
Umpire Jack Sheridan says eastern
ncoulo arc baseball mad und predicts
Now York games will draw &u,uuu
John L. Sullivan, former champion
pugilist, secures a dhorce.
Langford nnd Flynn refuse to ior-
sako Derger In spile of Coffroth a
Oakland salesman beats Doston
"Tough Customer" In
Lanagan leaves Stanford and Pros
iey will have- sole control of nthlettcs
Murray's, proposed 'CO days' midwin
ter race meeting In El Paso refused
tanctlon by Texas thoroughbred asso
ciation. Flynn compels Ilcrger to pay him
$250 more before ho will fight Lang
i Royal Den wins feature race at
Arcadia In a driving finish. '
Sam Langford worlds out before a
big crowd of -fight fans for tho first
.Record crowd -ithrongs Tanforon
track to view tame automobile races
Contests between experts at Prcsld
lo golf links are disappointing owing
to bad condition qf Meld.
Whites defeat reds, 2 to 1, In brll
llant polo game on Clark field.
Roman Money, an outsider, Annexes
class stake, at Inglesldc coursing park
WILL TELL STORY
OUTCOME OF SOCCER SERIES
MAY HINGE ON RESULT
Pnnahous, Who Tied Y. M, C. A. Last
Saturday, Will Try Conclnsions With
the Mailes Christmas and New
Year's Game Will End Series
Tomorrow's soccer game will prob
ably attract moro attention on the
rnt-t'nf ontliiialAsts thnn any that has
beep played this season. The1 Pd
nahous will meet trie "Mailes on the
league, depends1, at o'clock and some
verjr' Interesting football will doubt
less result. j
Last Saturday, contrary to the
general f6rccasts, the Punahous tied
with tho Y. M. C. A. eleven suppos
edly one ot the strongest teams In
the league.- Until that time, It look
ed as though tho championship must
rest between the Mailes and the Y.
M C. A., and the outcome of the
game very much upset the figuring
ot the dopesters.
If the Punahous tie, or defeat, tho
Mailes, the matter will become very
much Involved, and renewed Interest
will doubtless characterize the lad
two games ot the series. The Y. M.
C. A. nnd the Mattes met In the sec
ond game of the series, but since
then fans have been able to compute
amateur event.tnelfscomparnllve strength only by
their performances against other or
In addition to tomorrow's game,
there yet remain two games of tho
series to be played'. The first will
be between Punahous and Diamond
Heads, and the Mailes and Y. M. C. A.
on Christmas; tihe feeconl will be
played on, New Year's' Day between
tne I'unanous anu' y.iu.-ij.'A., anu
Diamond Heads and Mailes.'
Trainer J. A. Secklngton has reached
nmeryvllle from Marysvillo, Mo., with
four yearlings belonging to Denning
& Drlggs and two 2-year-olds belong
ing to C. R. Jones. The names and
breeding of tho yearlings follow:
Helen Ford, chestnut (Illy, by Sesai
ion-Cousin' Liz." r ..
Lena Merle, 'bay filly, by Cesarlou
O. K. Herndon, bay gelding,, by The
Ed Keck, bay gelding, by Semprou
' ThtTJohes 2- year olds tire: ,
Silver Knight, bay gelding, by Free
Dandy Fine, brown gelding, by Freo
Tho horses Tommy Ahearn und Mrs.
O'Furrell, which were suspended last
ictiHon because it developed that they
were the property of Chris Martin.
who wub under tho ban at New Or
leant, liayo been reinstated by the
Now California Jockey club, having
been pm chased at sheriff's sale by
William Ronaldson. It is unlikely
that they will bo ullowed to race until
their new owner makes good tho
.mount of purses which they won last
reason at, Emeryville that havo been
protested. Tho amount Involved Is
said, to bo about- $1500.
Darnoy Schrebqrand bis connec
tlonsimado.two aUcjpipts at a killing
yesterday, but third with 'Guy 'Fisher
and 'second with .13111 Eaton wub' tltoJ
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vest ney couiu-uu .jucKey-Hcovnie
pucceeilpfl tn eetMnir'lhivFlRHfr nwnv
and the team is being gotten InloTine succeeded In iettlng'diiy'FlsHcr away
uimt.n Va.(n,nv Kin.niim ti.n Dinu. from, tho barrier to much hrfttor fill.
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Bhape. Yesterday morning tho eleven'
got out and went through some prac
tice stunts that worked wonders In
tho way of limbering up tho players.
At 11 o'clock .tomorrow morning,
tho eleven will again Bet out onto
the field for practice, Some good
work will doubtless be accomplished
und theio Is overy reason to believe
that, before the season Is over, the
Aliiolanl Jatls will have made qulto a
reputation lor themselves as football
plaers. A series of games with oth
er Institutions Is now being discuss
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Ficd Cook's crack soldt Lawrence P.
Daley, breaks down while being
from, the barrier to much brftter ad,
vantago than tho'app'relltlJe rldor Dov
(rich had In.. his. previous essays, and
tho colt had no excuses. Jockey Up.
ton llkowiso got everything out of 1)111
Eaton that could reasonably be,lookcd
The Marines will be much In evi
dence during thy second series ot tho
Atkinson Baseball League. The sea-
eoldfers hac already paid their little
tiu inio me treasury or mo league,
and they say that they are going to
get the full worth of their money or
know the reason why. Every par-
tlclo of time that can be spared from
military duties Is being given to prac
tice, and the Marines expect to make
a good showing when the tally la
counted up ut the end of the season.
A slight change has been made In
tho economical arrangements ot the
league for the second series. The
fees last series were $5, theumplre's
fee being divided between the com
peting nines for each game. The,
fees for the coming season are $10,
and it Is understood that that sum
provides for the paymont of the um
pire without additional cost to the
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At 10 .
Already many players have signi
fied their Intention of participating
In the last golf tournament of the
year, which. Is to.be held on the Ilnka
of the Oahu Country. Club Sunday
morning. The present outlook indi
cates tliut the entry list will be the
longest ot the year.
Those In charge of 'the tournament
are culling special attention to tho
tact that the entries will close prompt
ly ut 10 o'clock, on tho links, ana
that'none will 'be allowed to partici
pate unless he be on hand by thut
time.-'! Tho rule will be strictly en
forced', us the many entries would
otherwise result In endless confusion.
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John Hugglns is on his way to Call
lornla rom Now York. He plans to
fcpend about three weeks at his old
home In Texas en route.
By Hour or Trip,
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
There will be a game of football
on Saturday, Founder's Day, at the
Kamelldinelia Schools between the
freshman and sophomore classes.' The
former Is tho present holder ot the
School championship for this year.
I ho game will start at 2 o'clock.
Next week will be full of Bports
ut the Kamehamcha School between
different classes. The freshman
class Is going to run against the hus
ky Junior teum In a track meet on
Thore will bo a parade drill at tho
Kamehamchn Schools Saturday afternoon,
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