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" SPORTS .
Boating v Rowing
: ' ' '
How Flynn Went, Down
in Defeat TO Negro
Jim Klynn, the Pueblo fireman, or,
As he Is known In spaghetti circle,
Antnnlo ChlarlRllo, stuck his head In
the lion's mouth last night and It was
bitten off. Hilly Jordan announced
Lnngton! as the "Iloston Hone Crush
er." Five minutes later, poor Klynn.
In a scml-dased condition, realized
that Jordan was something of a
Now Is, the time for Ketchnl and,
jes, even Tommy Hums, to drnw tho
color lino tight and to put up re-enforced
concrete fences around It. Tho
Illy-white champions hadetter keep
themselves Illy whlto for some time
to come. There Is a dark man loom
ing up In their horoscopes and they
had better duck him
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champions, and Langford will be tho
lo'ncsomcst coon In tho world for many
months. He will have to go back to
the jungle to get matches now. Tho
only possible antagonist tor him In
this neck' of the woods Is Monarch,
tho grizzly bear at the Chutes, and It
Is doubtful If the Park Commission
ers would.be willing to risk that val
The end came so quickly that few
of the multitude saw how It happen
ed. Some of them refused to bellevo
that Klynn was hit at all. They fig
ured that the electric lights tumbled
dqwn on him from tho celling.
T. Clarence McOrath was folding
VP"Flynn'r bathrobe, and just as he
lifted his head ho saw his champion
SOCCER LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP
IS IN THE BALANCE
nrllltifhap am f(h. rant This la ttiA
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Klvnn hnd fust as much chance as.ttilrd one-round tighter that Tim has
a man walking up to the guillotine. I lacked. The other two were Squires
He seemed to realize it, too, tor no nnd'Aionroe. nynn nit me uoor me
rushed in like one who wanted to get i hardest of the three. f
the coup de grace In n hurry and Terrific street was one long parade
have the agony over with, ls 'got of triumphant dinges last night, and
it quickly. A hook to tho jaw with J the predominance of blacks in that
right, another with the left, and the section dimmed the lights set out for
whlto man fell to the mat with ft. tile New Year celebration. Up a
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
thud that shook the platform. If tho
timekeeper had continued to count
until he came to he would probably
have run Into tho thousands.
Langford has the terrible strength
of nn African gorilla combined with
the intelligence of a human being.
When be threw off his bathrobe and
pranced around the. rink he looked
only too much like one of these ape
ancestors of his and he doesn-'t havft
to dig very far back into the family
tree to trace the gorilla, at that.
Klynn's only chance to get him would
bo to" have a big 'bore rifle and to
shoot quick at a vital spot. A bundle
of muscle, long armed and bullet
headed, Langford looked as though
he could take n tiger by the tall and
swing him for a block. '
His head sets close to the bunching
muscles of his shoulders and his body
s protected with an armor plate of
brawn as bard as steel. He Is so
touch that a bullet might flatten
against his thick Bkln.
Nobody who saw him could blame
Ketchel or Burns for Bidestepplng
him. It will be some time before
there will be anything but lily white
bfock farther In the section, where
the countrymen of Klynn, alias Chla
rlgllo, reside,, the evening was spent
In drowning sorrow In seas of chlantt.
Purcell's and King's and other danc
ing halls 'of 'Pacific stfect'kept open
house, and "gin and raz" flowed like
water. Coonvllle' has another-cham-plon
more terrible than Walcott and
cleverer than Oans.
One.of the jVtteU fighting nnd coin
gathering syndicate got n draw from
rJImmle Walsh. It was Monte of the
Mazuma family this tlmo who gath
ered by grace of Alvle King.. 'Walsh
had htm desirous of crawling through
the -ropes und beginning a Marathon
rice sevcralrtlmes, Tho rest 'of the
evening Monte apent In sizing up, the
noor, uuntingior me sorest spot in
IMonW-has'ai mush like a train
Wreck, and was seeing things out ot
one eye only at tho finish., Had tho
nght'gone a few rounds more Monte's
rabbit blood would have cropped out.
The decision was as popular as llm
b'erger cheese on a hot afternoon.
W. D. McQehan In San Kranclscd
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Many Will Take
Part In Big
Probably the largest number ot
pcrHons seen on the links of the Oahu
Country Club during the year will be
present tomorrow to take part In tho
tournament, the first to be held un
der the new schedule and with tho
new handicaps. It will be bogle play
and an excellent opportunity will be
afforded for judging tho fairness of
tho hnncTTcaps as decided upon by tho
In many instances, tho handicaps
of the players have been totally
changed, and several enthusiasts,
who have been making fine net scores
will now haye to get down and work
If they are to kep, their records up.
The tournament will begtn prompt
ly at 10 o'clock. An hour before that
time the auto-bus will begin making
trips between tbe Nuuanu street car
line and the links, so that tho play
ers will be able to reach the Club In
plenty of time.
BAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Dec. 30.
Kaufman 'defeated Ua.rry in their
fight tonight. .
Kaufman's opponent last night was
Jimmte Harry, and not his old friend
Da ye, whom, tic, has managed to put
away on two pccasldns.' Al Kauf
man Is the man who wrs touted' to
beat Jeffries 'in 1904. He knocked
out Jack. Walsh, Jack Sullivan, Joe
Mack, Charlie Hlllard and Harry Fo
ley In 1904 and 1905. Then he was
put to sleep by Philadelphia .Jack
O'Brien, and his championship claims
as"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
By Hour or Trip,
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
There promise. to bo more than 'a
little excitement Btlrrlng tomorrow
morning when the motorcycle men
.turn out on the race track at Kaplo
lant Park nnd burn up the miles, and
the tires, for tho benefit of the spec
tators. Anybody who is greatly In
want of thrills, can do no better than
take In a few races between the "dfcv
II bikes," and tomorrow's promise' to
be more exciting than tho usual run
of such performances.
Tho track1 is' now in very fair con
dition, and it there Is no rain to
night there Is every reason to bellevo
that some records may bo broken.i A
slippery, muddy track would make
spurting dangerous,' however, and
any considerable rainfall would mean
no races,' or1 only moderate speed.
a n n
The following program is announc
ed for the motorcycle'races to be held
at Kaplolanl -Park on 'New Year's
morning at 10,'o'clock:
-Two mile race for single cylinders;
two mile race for 2 3-4-horsepower
machines; five mile race for twin cyl
lnders; five 'mile race open to all;
(on mllA ip far twlnAu1(tirlara. flvn
mile race for blt machines; tennile
race open to all.
' ' CUPpiEAQPE- DANCE
.A dance ot the season will bo giv
en this evening at the K. of P. Hall
for the, benefit ot the Kalanianaole
Baseball 'League. Most of the fans
in town who are usually seen around
Aala Park tin Sundays have purchas
ed tic-kefs', so it' may be safely proph
esied, 'thrft there will be something
doing this evening.
All 1908 taxes remaining unpaid
Jan. 1, 1909, will be published as de.
gsjr"For Rant" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Defeat of Leaden May Mean Another
uame to Decide Championship of the
League Tall-Enders Promise To
Make Things Exciting for Y. M. C. A.
The final struggle In the soccer
league will take place tomorrow. The
first game will be between the Puna-
hous and the T. M. C. A., while the
second .will bo between tho Diamond
Heads and italics.
The Mallcs are now at the top ot
the list as far as percentage goes,
and if they win today's game they
win the championship with It. On
tho othcrband, should the Mallcs
go down In defeat before the Dia
mond Heads, and the Young Men's
Christian Association prove victori
ous over tho Punahous, tho Mnlles
and Y, M. ,C. A. will be tied for first
place, and another game will have to
be played to decide the championship.
Malic and Punahou victories
would mean that the latter aggrega
tion slipped Into second placo, forc
ing the Young Men down to third.
'Thcro are so many things that can
happen that tho fans are all on the
anxious scat. The wise ones are con
gregating on street corners and dis
cussing the possibilities ot tho contest
and heated arguments are the result.
The wonderful form which tho Pu
nahous have shown In the last few
games has taken them from the igno
minious position 'of tall-epders and
tied them with the Diamond Heads
for third place. It Is generally ad
mitted that there is more than a pos
sibility that they will prove too much
for tho Y. M. C. A. tomorrow after
The games will be played on the
league grounds, tho .first contest be
ing called promptly at 2 o'clock to
The competing. teams will probab
ly lino up about as follows:
Y. M. C. A. J. Macaulay. floal:
K. Dickinson and Swift, Backs; C.
Dixon, J. Macconel, Rlckard, Unit
backs; O. McKtnlay, J. C. Anderson,
McLaughlin, R. Brown, J. Macaulay.
Molle J. J. nclscr, Goal; J. C.
McOIII. W. K. Groig, Bocks; D. Cen
ter nnd Andrews, N. Chllllngworth,
E. Davis, Halfbacks; B. Dwlght, II.
Bailey, E. Androws, W. Cralk, Mar
Diamond Heads Hob Chllllng
worth, Goal; John K. Clarke, A, Hick
man.l Backs; Lemon, Hughes, Shor
kood, Halfbacks; E. Fernandez, Sing
Chong, Abo Norton, Kea, Carl Oss,
P.unahou' Goal, Frascr; Backs.
Aklua, R. It. Cotton; Halves, Moctfn
non, Lota, Dodge; Forwards, Lyman,
Desha, Mon Yin, Walker, J. II. Cat
a a a
SPOUTS BY THE
That double-header soccer gamo to
morrow Is going to be a "rip-snorter,"
If one may Judge by nasi tier.
formances. There are so maiiv dif
ferent turns which the contest may
take that tho wisest fan Is keeping
the quietest. That it will be the
great struggle of the scries Is a fore
gone conclusion, and that each team
will make the most determined effort
of Its career goes without saying.
A tie between, the Y. M. C. A. and
the Mallcs would mean another irnmn
to decide the championship. Such a
game would do wonders to promoto
Interest In soccer, and many sports
men who have never witnessed n
gajne would awaken to the' fact that
tnere Is something doing.
Tbft . Piltinhnu tnn tm.vti 4I.A.
made d barl ftturf iif th harlniilni a
the series, havo taken a wonderful,
jump or late, and, with cnoiich
games ahead, would stand a good
chance' for the championship.
It now develops that tho I) u l'l n .
tin's prophecy, that Joe Cohf n
might bring Kyle Whitney back with
him, came fairly neur hitting the
mark. Joel evidently will do so and,
In tonbequeuce, there may be a lively
contest here before many months
a a a
That revision of handicaps Is llkelv
In mean renewed Intercut In gulf nt
the Country Club.
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