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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II , TUESDAY, DIM. 22, 1908.
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GREENS COMMITTEE OF C0UN
TRY CLUB TO MEET
Changes Will Be Made in Ground
Rules to Provide for Water Ditches.
Schedule for Next Year's Play Will
Tliurfulay mornlnK Rolf enthualaata
lit the Oalui Cmmtrj Club will know
the conditions under which they nre
to piny during the coming year. The
greens committee will meet tomorrow
afternoon anil will make a complete
lenrrangcnient of the handicaps of
nil the pin era.
Though the committee has plcn
out no Inkling of its Intentions. It Is
gcncrnll) surmised that there will ho
some radical changes in tho handi
caps of n large number of tho play
era. Many men, now hnxlng large
handicaps, hate made great ndvnnres
In their play since handicaps were
last icarranged, and these will And
their leads chopped down so that they
will compete on more even terms with
the .other plu)crs.
It is likely that n radical change
will be made In some of the ground
There arc several water ditches
running through tho links which,
during rainy weather, Interfere se
riously with play under the present
rules, and the regulations will be so
amended as to obviate trouble on
On last Sunday much trouble was
experienced from tho ditches. Thero
was considerable, rainfall 'during the
ilay and, ns a result, the water ditch
es ran bank-full much of the time.
Just what action will bo taken has
not been decided upon, ns Jot, but t
Ik liollccd that some satisfactory so
lution of the problem will be found.
The schedule of tournaments for
the coming year will also be arrang
ed at the meeting. This will differ
considerably from that of last year,
and will provide for a number of holi
day tournaments for the benefit ot
those who arc not nble to be on tho
links on Siindas.
Tho first tournament of tho now se
ries will bo boglo competition on Now
8 8 a
"Ulow, buglo blow," hnng the bard of
As ho heard tho echoes of tho silver
Out when tho soldier 1)0 s blaro their
most unearthly nolso,
On tho morning air, wo wish wo'd
no'cr been born.
Tho bugle horn in story Is circled
lonnd with glory;
Its "fellcr notes drift forth upon
Hut tho morning trumpet call Is n
inos unwelcomo squull,
And ou rear In wrath and "cuss" it
out for fair.
When, on tho echoes distant, comes
tho howling nolo Insistent,
And you know that sleep has (ltd
You'll condemn all martini glory, and
ou'll cuss tho bard of story,
And ou'll pi ay that horn muy
choke for good and all.
"Oh, I can't get 'cm up" scares the
dream befuddled pup,
And ho senmpors forth, his eyes n
And ou turn around and moan, and
emit a tired groun,
And torrowMy jou tumble, out of
Consam nil bugle toots, all "mess" and
Dodgust the man that patentod that
It's had enough by day, when sleep
tlmo's far uway,
But It's fiendish torturo In tho iarl)
8 8 8
IIOSTON, Mnss , Dec. 8. Jill Dris
coll knocked out Charles arlffln In
olevon rounds tonight nt tho Armory
Club with n well-directed right-hand
cross on tho Jaw after sondlns Orlf
lln to tho mut with a similar blow for
tho coun of eight. Griffin made a
ci editable showing up to the time of
tho knockout, but Driscoll played a
uniting game, nnd, after straighten
ing Orlffln up with n left to the tuLo.
sent In a right to tho Jaw that put
Cirlflln on nucer street. Orlffln niacin
n good showing In tho third and
eighth rounds and crossed Driscoll
Mprnl times with rights, hut the
lilous landed high nnd did little damage.
SPOUTS BY THE
Nor a nice, llttlo morning Jaunt,
calculated to supply an nppctito for
breakfast, and to loosen up tho mus
cles of thighs nnd calves, It would
ho Impossible to Imagine nn) thing
nioro desirable than n scramble up
the Lighthouse Trail to the summit
of Diamond Head. Compared with
such a climb, a race between King
street and Knlaknua avenue, and
Wnlklkl Inn, is n monotonous Jaunt.
Place a starter at the end of the car
lino In Kaplolanl Park, station n man
nt the summit of Diamond Head, and
turn the contestants loose, Thero
will be no need to police the course,
for the Lighthouse Trail is about the
only one that n sane mortal would
think ot tr)ing Just now. The rnco
Is guaranteed to furnish COO per
cent, mgre excitement than any level
ground walking match.
Tho outcome of that I.nngford
riynn bout must have hurt tho pock
ctbooks of some of tho wlso ones.
Langford of course was recognized as
a man whoso prowess could not bo
sneezed at with impunity. Hut, on
tho other hand, it Is doubtful If the
ncrngo ring enthusiast expected him
to have much show against Jim
If the cable news speaks truly,
oung Monte Attcl! Is getting ready
to awaken the world-at-largo to tho
fact that he Is very much nlle. Ills
name docs not ct figure In tho pugi
listic blue book, but If ho keeps up
his present pace he will he on hand
to supplant his brother when pnmc
llttlo Abo turns his back on the roped
8 8 8
To Sleep By
SAN FHANCISCO, Oillf., Dec. 21.
rircman Jlm,Flnn was knocked out
by Negro Sam Langford In the first
round ot -what wns to havo b,ccn a
20-round go at tho Coliseum tonight.
Monte Attcll, brother of Abe At-
tell, fought u lS-round draw with
Jlmmlo Walsh, tho bantamweight
champion ot tho world, before the,
On Nov. 12, 1907, Langford won
from Young Peter Jnckson nt Los
Angeles, upsetting tho calculations
of tho fans to an alarming extent nnd
leaving tho wise ones very much In
Plynn, the "Fighting Dago," has n
long string of victories to his credit
nnd, on dope, should havo placed It
over Langford to a noticcablo degree.
On July 12, 1906, ho knocked out
Jack Twin Sullivan at rueblo, Colo ,
nnd on Jan. 4 of the following jcar
ho defeated him at Los Angeles.
After fifteen Inning of tho hardest
kind of play, the Englneor baseball
team defeated a combination nine.
made up ot Marines and Twentieth
Infantry men, by a score of 13 to 12
lost Saturday, It was n great game,
nnd It tested the strength of the sap
pers to the limit.
Until the fifth Inning, the Marine
Infantry (not R. M. I.) nine wns in
tho lead, and it began to look us
though the chaln-and-translt men
wero going to tumble from the lofty
pedestal upon which they hnd man
aged to station themselves. They sud
denly experienced an awakening,
however, nnd proceeded to hammer
out the counteic with ,a vim that
soon evened up the score and Anally
put them ahead,
8 8 8
C. A. C. MEETING
Tho postponed monthly meeting of
tho Chinese Athletic Club will bo held
tonight nt tho Chinese Y. M. C. A.
Hall at 7:30 o'clock sharp. Impor
tant business. All members arc earn
estly requested to attend.
Stanford women, members of the
Schubert Club and men of varsity
glee club to produce an opera.
Coeds will soil Christmas trees to
swell funds of Ucrkoloy Y. W. C. A.
By Hour or Trip,
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
. PHONE 199.
SEA WREN PUNS
PRIVATE MEETING WILL BE
HELD BY YACHTSMEN
Craft Are Expected Here Early Next
Month and Methods of Assembling
Must Be Considered Sail Have
Been Ordered Be Here Soon
Plans for the assembling of tho
parts of the Sea Wrens, which nre
expected hero soon, will be discussed
tomorrow nt in nrlvntn mpptln? of
those who have placed orders for tho
crntt. Tho Wrens were shipped on
December 10 from tho East. They
nre coming across the continent by
inll and It Is believed that they may
reach San Kranclsco In time to ship
by one ot tho vessels which will ar
rive here early In January. "
All arrangements for the purchase
of tho sails for tho Sea Wrens have
beon completed. About twenty-four
square nrds of canvas are required
to equip the boats, and a very reason
able figure wns secured from a large
It Is likely that arrangements will
1)9 made to have tho Sea Wrens nil
built by one man, the work being car
ried on on nil of tho boats simulta
neously. In this manner It Is claim
ed that the cost can be kept down to
tho minimum nnd tho uniformity ot
the rens can also be preserved.
8 8 8
TURFMEN HOPE FOR
A REFUGE IN MEXICO
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Dec. C. In
hopo of transferring horse-racing to
Mexico, Matt J. Winn of this city,
nccompanled by Algernon Dalnger
field, secretary of th'e Jockey Club,
and Ionian Davis, secretary of tho
Loulsvlllo Jockey Club, will go to
Mexico to look over the field. If tho
plans develop as expected, tho work
ot establishing racing In Mexico will
continue and tho first season will
open In January, 1910, with the run
ning of tho 125,000 Mexican Derby
ns tho opening event. Somo time
this month n meeting will bo held In
New York City by those Interested In
Winn said today ho believes tho
outlook for racing in Mexico Is en
couraging nnd will afford a fine field
for Amerlcnn horsemen nnd breed
ers, In compensation for tho reverses
they havo recently met. Ho declares
the Mexican Jockey Club will hao
supervision and general control of
racing In Mexico, with many of tho
most prominent American turfmen
and breeders Interested in It. Among
them nre mentioned Messrs, Kecne,
Hnggln, Whitney, Dwer, Duller,
l'ollansbec, and Mackay,
Oround for a racetrack at tho City
of Mexico has already been secured.
It Is near the castle ot Chapultepec
nnd within fifteen minutes' ride by
street car from tho heart of tho city.
There nfe 100 ncrcs In tho site, nnd
the club Is said to be ready to spend
$300,000 on tho plant
It Is proposed to havo a circuit of
Mexican cities, Itcsldcs tho City ot
Mexico, It Is practically certain Mon
terey nnd Juarez will bo In this cir
Tho i Mexican Government has
agreed to provide the ground on
which tho plnnt ut the City of Mex
ico will bo built nnd concedes tho
racing prlveleges for twonty jcars to
tho Jockey Club.
8 8 8
RACING IN MEXICO WILL
LOS ANOELES, Calif., Dec. 6.
Thomas II. Williams, president pf tho
New California Jockey Club, was In
the city this evening on his way to
That racing on a splendid scnlo
would be attempted next year, In tho
City of Mexico with the sanction of
the Mexican Federal Government and
uncdr tho auspices of numerous Amcr
leans and prominent Mexican sports
men was stated by Mr. Williams. Mr,
Williams took over n considerable
portion of tho stock ot tho Jockoy
Club, In which J. G Follnnsbeo and
W. II. Kraft, two of his frlonds,mro
Tho course will be bnd oft'tlie most
picturesquely situated In the world.
Laid out on n level stretch of coun
try on n high plateau surrounded by
mountain peaks, the park will pos
sess extraordinary charm. Fast elec
tric train scrvlco will take tho race
goer from tho heart of thb city to tho
course In fifteen minutes. Work on
tho plant Is nliendy In progress. The
first meeting will bo held about a
eur hence, from present tentntho
Mr, Williams spent tour weeks in
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