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RVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. WEDNESDAY. DEC. 30, 1008.
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The followlnit list of golf handi
caps has Just been announced by the
handicap committee of the Oahu
Country Club for the year 1909:
D. W. Anderson scratch, George
Angus 2, V. II. Armstrong 2, W. H.
Ilabson 9, V. II. nauultt 18, E. P.
Illshop 18, K. C. llrown 8. R. C.
Drown 18, A. W. T. Dottomley IS, S.
Ileardmorc 18, K. N. Campbell 8, J.
II. Catton 18, II. C. Carter 12. II. D.
M. Cobb 18, J. L. Cockburn 16, Geo, I
V. Davie 10, C. W. C. Dcerlng 1R,
P. O. 11. Deverlll 18. V. V. Dilling
ham 18, J. C. Rvans 9, A. P. Kwart
12, C. K. Cdmunds 9, C. J. Pftlk 18,
J. W. Parwell IS, J. P. Penwlck 18,
J. It. FJddcs 18, J. D. Gaines 11, II.
n. dllta'rd scratch. Thos. Gill scratch,
II. S. Gray 18, W. A. Oreenwell 18,
A. Hobson 18, C. II. Hcmenway IS,
Prank Halstcad 5, C. A. Hartwcll S,
C. II. High 3, D. II. Hitchcock 15, E.
L. Hutchinson 18, Geo. lscnbcre 18,
M. It. Jamleson 6, H. A. Jordan 18,
A. K. Jordan 15, A. P. Judd 18. II.
S. Johnson 10, J. Kalanlanaole 16,
Clifford Kimball 18, P. Klcbahn 9,
A. Lewis Jr. 18, J. D. Mclnerny 18,
V. II. Mclnerny 18, E. A. Mott
Smlth 15, C. II. Mcrrlam 15. II. V.
Murray 18, C. O. Owens 18, E. II.
Paris 15, M. Phillips 18, a. C. Pot
ter 18. A. C. Robinson 18. M. A.
Robinson 12. 11. P. Roth 18, J. R.
Rothwell IS, Walter Rycroft 18, W.
Simpson 6, II. II. Sinclair 9, E. V.
Sutton 18. P. O. Smith 15, O. L. Sor
enson 16, I. Spalding 15, II. 0. Spen
cer 1"!, J. G. Spencer 18, W. W.
Thajer 9, II. C. Waldron 18, P. L.
Waldron 18, J. W. Waldron 18, II. II.
Walker 6, S. A. Walker 18, A. W.
Walker 18. W. G. Walker 18. P. T.
P. Watcrhouse 18, E. J. Waterman
15, A. C. Wall 15. 0. E. Wall 15, C.
S. Weight 15, E. O. Whlto 5, H. A.
Wilder 9, C. T. Wilder 15. J. A. Wil
der 12, S. G. Wilder 9. W. C. Wilder
15, II. P. Wlchman 18, Wm. Woon
16, J. O. Young 8.
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WOMEN TO HOLD AUTO RUN.
Now York, Dec. 15. Arrangements
are being mado for a two day run by
women automoblllsts In holiday 'week.
The- winter tour will bo from this cltj;
to Philadelphia and return December
19 and 30. Tho run Is to be limited
strictly to women drltcrs and tho cars
must contain only women passengers.
Prizes will be awarded on the basis of
skill In handling and adherence to tho
SPOUTS BY THE
There will bo some great 'fun nt
tlio Oahu Country Club next Satur
day Is a foregone conclusion. Tho
caddies are preparing to do groat
stunts nt their tournament nnd tho
array of sweaters which has been of
fered tho victors will prove a worthy
One of these days the Reach Club
All-American baseball aggregation
will come wandering In hero and
there won't bo any nine ready to
meet the bunch. It Is high time that
something were stnrtcd.
Dick Sullivan has been generous
enough In the challenges which lie
has Issued, but there seems to bo no
one very anxious to try conclusions
In the ring with tho clever middleweight.
There will bo a pretty flno collec
tion of prizes offered for tho next
walking race. If rumor speaks truly,
and local "hitters" are going to make
strenuous efforts to annex somo of
J. Charles Green, tho San Fran
cisco advertising magnate. Is prcpnr
Ing to lug tho memories of Honolulu
homo In bunches, even though ho
can't carry the scenery with him.
Jack McPadden Is still going
around with that sad look on his
face that tells only too plainly that
ho can't find nnjone who will fight.
Fine Racing Is
As tlmo goes by, the plans for New
Year's Day take n more definite form,
and Knpaa raco track looms up as
one of the" principal attractions for
the day. There seems to be a great
deal of Interest taken In the four
rnccs that are planned one-quarter, I
one-half, nnd three-quarter mlie
races. Resides horses from the Spal
ding stable, Mr. Weber, Mr. Pcrnan
des, nnd Koloa, there Is said to ho nn
nnlmal of a dark color to represont
Hnnnpepc, and much curiosity Is ev
idenced among the racing fraternity
as to tho qualities of tho unknown
quantity, ( '"
Another-feature' that Is arousing
considerable 'Interest Is the roping
contest that will tako place Immedi
ately after the races. All the ranch
es on Kauai will bo represented by
their best cowboys nnd something
exciting can be expected. Knudsen,
tiny & Robinson, Koloa, Llhue, Kea
lla, nnd Kllauea ranches have all sig
nified their intention of joining In
the content and trying to secure tho
honor and the purse of fifty dollars
for their man. Kauai Garden Isl
and, NELSON WILL NOT FIGHT
UNTIL HE GETS READY
If the Alameda does not brine tho
Sea Wrens when she arrives hero on
Iter next trip, there will be somo
sorely disappointed nchtsmcn.
The 1909 golf schedule of the Oa
hu Country Club gives promise of
some excellent sport on tho Kuuanu
links during tho coming car.
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DOTS AND DASHES FROM
THE REALM OF SPORT
JVarrlng magnates of Coasxf"and
State baseball leagues of California
fall to come to terms, and lively fight
Turkey's Dost and Roman Money
contenders In class coursing stake 1st
Here Is Rattling Nelson's latest
statement: "Let us end all this
controversy about boxing. To tho
many men who are challenging mo
nnd to boxing promoters all over the
country I want to say that I am
through until next spring. This Is
final and nothing will change my
This was the statement made by
the lightweight champion. "I am
tired of reading about this man and
that man wanting to meet me," he
said. "It also tires me to hear from
boxing club managers who want to
get me into the ring right nway.
There Is nothing doing at present
and there will not bo until after Feb
ruary and possibly March."
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Jockey Miller's palpable foul In
r,ldlng favorite to victory Is Ignored
ty Emeryville Judges.
' Jack Atkln, tho sensation at Ar
cadia, goes Ave and a halt furlongs
at close to world's record.
Langford shows his great class by
laying Plynn low with a right and
u left In first round.
Buick Model 10
Won First Place Among American Cars
Second Place in International Light Car Road Race
AFTER LEADING THE ENTIRE FIRST HALF of what proved to be the most ex
citing and most stubbornly fought speed battle in automobile racing history, the
Buick Moid 10's gasoline tank came loose and because of stops totaling over
twenty minutes from this trouble, the Buick lost the 196-mile Savannah race by six
Hilliard in his $3,300 Lancia won and all credit is due him, Burman in his $1,000
Buick fare him the light of his life and brought his car in with such a lead over the re
maining contestants that there was no question concerning the standard which the Buick
has set in low-priced automobile construction.
E. A. Heame of Chicago, driving hit own car, a Buick Model 10, won fourth place
and was at all times a contender for th highest honors.
The great duel between the leaders was a sight which the spectators will never forget.
The Buick used was a regular stock chassis exceot that for the sake of securing less
clearance, the frame and machinery were under hung. Our regular motor, transmission and
axle parts were used.
During the entire race, the hood over the engine was not raised.
Michelin tires were used and absolutely no tire trouble was had.
70 miles per hour was made on the smooth straight-away stretches.
The three fastest laps made in the race were made by the Buick.
The Buick made each of 17 laps in less than 11 minutes. The length of each lap was
The fastest lip of the race was made by the Buick in 10 minutes and 8 seconds.
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