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WINSOME WILL BE
FRANCIS HAY X0 "(
BAH PAST YAW1
Yachti From North ktd: 'South to
Compete ia,, Transpacific Event
Great Intetcit Shown.
LOS ANGELES HARDOH, reb.
12. The time for the third biennial
Transpacific yacht race Is fast ap
proaching, and those who nro pro
moting this greatest of ocean yacht
races are beginning io get busy. It
Is Important that they should do so,
as with the vast amount of prepara
tion necessary there Is not a mo
ment to be lost. The first entry
was made when Fnir.cls Hay hamed
the new and fast yaw) Winsome, de
signed by C, D., Callahan and built
last year by the Fultqn'Marlne Con
struction Company at Terminal.
C. E. Fulton haa also designed and
Is building a 47-foot sloop to be
named the Slwash, which will al.'i
be entered In this race. Advices
have been received from 'Lloyd John
son at Seattle (hat the Owendoljn
II. will In all probability be on hurnl
again. Stewart Laughiln, formerly
of (he tcgatta committee of the
South Couit Yacht Club, is now In
Seattle and can be depended upon
to give the game a good boost tlieio.
The Hawaii Yacht Club will slve
the cup'this year and will send the
Hawaii over again, navlng spent
every moment of the time since do
feat tn 108 tn putting the Sachl
in shape to bring home the money
Francis Hay villi give a handsome
cup for the yacht making the fast
est uassacc. v . y
The Lurllne will probably compete
again, hating won,-both ot the pre-vlojisu-aces.
Thfg are some six or
that will bo eligible to Start, and
the sporting blood of the Day City
Is expected to rise to the emergency
of starting several yachts ' on the
Bar City Interested.
It Is expected that Thomas Flem
ing Day, editor ot the Rudder, will
be on hand to sail the Winsome, and
If to there may be. another story to
tell than that tn the two previous
contests, as Day, who Is conceded to
be the dean or the yachting world,
has never yet lost an ocean race. He
gives cups and prises right and left
to any club that will encourage tho
Tho Merchant Marino League, a
San Francisco organization, that Is
only a few months old, and already
has over seven hundred members, In
cluding many of the leading busi
ness and professional men In the
city, has already expressed a great
Interest In the contest and will do
all In Its power to encourage the
event. In fact, the whole movement
has behind It the commendable spirit
of American pride that Is enlisted
In the restoration ot -the American
flag on the high seas. It Is also ex
ceedingly good for yachtsmen to get
out of sight of land once In a while,
just In order to get some air through
their nostrils that Is not Impreg
nated so strongly with the odor ot
In all seriousness, the Transpi
cine race Is an event that should
always be encouraged by Los An
geles, as the starting of the race and
its tinisti are botn neralded in all
parts ot the world where newspa
pers and magazines are published.
Budder Gives Boost.
Editor Day of the Rudder has al
ready given the race a good boost, as
will be seen by the following:
"Mr. Frank Huy of the Bouth
Coast Yacht Club writes me, that
the Transpacific Ocean Race will be
sailed again next summer. This nnd
the Uermuda race are the two main
stays ot jachtlng, and there hat
never been anything like them. The
Pacific race Is one ot 2000 miles,
but the course Is over a kindly bit
of ocean and the vessels enjoy a
leading wind. Mr. Hay says that
next July they1 will start two
classes, one under and one over sixty
feet. The smaller class will use the
Uermuda rule for rating the length
over all, with an allowance ot 90
minutes to the foot. So far as the
allowance goes, It has been shown
that In these races It Is of little con
sequence, The winning or losing
depends on the handling and navl-
"A carefully-helmed and constant
ly-drlven vessel will win, no matter
what her allowance Is. Venona and
Margaret won the Uermuda race
from larger vessels by being driven
nnd well navigated. The last Pa
cific race went to the winner be'
cause she was taken over tho short'
est course tn the shortest time;
which means, drive, drive, drive. I
have alwa)s noticed that, the man
who kicks over the allowance before
the start Is the fellow who shortens
sail and turns In when night's sa-
ible mantle spreads over the sea. In
(these long races, don t worry over
how much time you have, but do
over the strength of your spars and
gear, for that Is what will decide
who Is the first to sight the finish.
It would be a good Idea If some
of us Easterners would make a com
bine and build a boat to go In the
Pacific race, t shouldn't wonder but
what we would learn something.
Anyhow, It would make a pleasant
cruise, and not take a fortune. It
would cose about $5000, and after
the race the boat could be sold and
the money realized paid back to the
contributors. It would be quite a
card to swipe the championship ot
the Pacific away from the Sundown
era. The boat would have to be
built on the Coast, as the cost of
transportation wou'sW prohibit her
being put together tn the East. The
frame could be gotten out here and
sent West, and the boot be put up
at San Pedro. It anybody wants to
go Into this scheme, It he will wrlto
and let me know, I will see what
can be done to help the Job over the
NOTES AND DOPE
Garcia Bidin in Qreat Form Does
long Distance Every Evening
Many Starters tor Three
There Is no doubt about the Ha
lelwa Marathon race attracting a
lotiofatJentl6nr .and- nha. jntnvWb.o
are to compete In -the race are all
training hard. Again last night
there was a big bunch ot pads dtit
on the roads, and the raltt did not
appear to bother them much. Most
of the men are contenting them
selves with Jlg-Jogglng along for fif
teen or twenty miles. The bunch'
will begin to quicken up In a couple
ot weeks from now, and then some
fast times will be put up over the
Knplolanl Park track.
Nigel Jackson Is still hustling
around getting prizes, and he cer
tainly Is doing well in that line. The
list Is gronlng to a great length
now, and ail 'duubt as to whether
there will be sufficient prizes for ttu
threo different events should soon Ls
The motor-ocle men will enter In
force for their race, and the pros
pects are that at least a dozen of
the fast little machines will start.
Dill Chilton, the dean of local mo
tor-cycling. Is ery keen on the prop'
osttion, and besides this present
race he Is figuring on a hlll-cllniblng
event that will try 'the pace and
power of the best "skeeters" In the
Territory. i o '
Then tho cyclists are nil on the
Job, and some ot them are cutting
out the miles In fast time. The rl'te
to Halelwa has to be done up hill
and down dale, andthe Btrength fit
the riders will be put to a hard test
In some of the deep gulches'.
Garcia, the well-known rider, U
showing good form, and thinks noth
ing of reeling' oft twenty-five mile
or so every evening, g rides the
first five miles at a fairly fast clip,
and then hits upa real good pace
for the nex,t five. Then slowing up
a little, he plods along til) within
a lew miles of tho end of nis days
work, and then finishes up with a
sprint that will about land him a
winner In the race on March 27, If
he rides to orders.
Glvon fine weather, there should
be a line turnout ot both athletes
and spectators down opposite the
railroad depot on the morning of
tho race, and a big bunch pt excur
sionists is sure to make-tbe trip
down on the special train.
m n n
Tommy Hums Is still cutting a
wide swarth In Australia, and now
that Ilugh Mcintosh haa matched
the ex-champlon andxl)lli Lang to
fight for the championship ot 'Aus
tralia on March 29, there Is much
of the limelight being thrown on
the man wjio was licked by Jack
Hughle Meeghan ot Melbourne,
Australia, defeated Arthur Douglas,
the South African champion, In a
tfventy-round contest for the light
weight belt on February 3. Mee
ghan was too clever and fast for
the South African, nnd the referee
had no hesitation ln''nwnrdng the
go to him, - an I ' ''
FOUR TEAMS WILL
WELL SO JAR
Athletic Park Will Soon Be in Full
Swine with Baseball Games and
On February 9 our old friend Dick
Cullen met Frank Thome of Austra
lia In the ring at Sdnc, N. S. V
and after a twent) -round contest the
Kangaroolandcr vas declared the
winner. The fight drcwi a big
crowd, as there was much curiosity
as to how Cullen, who has n nln
over Hock Kejs to his credit, would
shape up against Thome, who has
twice defeated lloer Unholz.
According to the accounts In the
Sydney papers, Cullen did not ap
pear to be In the best of condition,
and right from the first round
Thome showed his superiority. How
ever, Dick stuck to his guns, and
at the twelfth round ho sparkled up
a lot and endeavored to make uli
some of tho points he was behind.
Thome, ulthough not nble to
knock Cullen out, got the decision
at the end of the twentieth round.
DICK COLLED BEAIEN
Thome Gets Decision Over Dick
After Twenty Rounds of Stousli
Cullen Out of Condition.
It would appear that there vtlll be
four teams at least In the Ouhu
League seiles thlx coming season.
The Chinese Athletics, Japanese
Athletics. Kntlhls and one other club
will play ball at the Athletic Park.
The Marines may be the fourth com
bination to make n start In the Oahu
League series, but as the Military
League will be under way before
long, the half-wets may not be able
to play at the Athletic Park.
It that should be the case, soma
other nine will be gathered In by the
Oahu people, and four teams will
still remain In the league. The sc
ries promises to be the real thing In
baseballs that is, as far -as Juniors I
s in A ,nA..Y.,t 'Mli fV. .i.r
B" UU UUUMV . wiua .
crowd of Chinese and Japanese wilt
roll up to fan for their respective
teams. , ,
Tho Oahu League nines put up a
fine brand of ball during the first
half of last soaran, but toward the
end of the second part of the scries
the play was In and out and of the
poorest description. It Is hard to
understand the brand of ball put up
by the Oahu League plajers during.
the latter half ot laBt season, and
although many ot the best players
dropped out through some difficulty
about "expense" mouey, that did not
altogether account for the miserable
ball thai us played toward the
However, a fresh start will bo
made this season, and a closer tab
will bo kept on ever) thing, and thero
will not bo rumors of plajcrs com
ing In Sunday nftcr, Sunday from
the country, and never getting n
cent for traveling expenses.
McIIenry, who umpired last sea
son's series, Is no longer In town,
and at present It Is not known who
will hold the Indicator. There are
several non-gambling umpires In this
city, and It Is to be hoped that one
of them be secured. There was a
rumor of a large bum of monoy be
ing won through one of Mcllenry's
decisions last season, and the man
who collected the dough was at no
time Beared that his bet was a los
ing one. Ills confidence was not
misplaced, as the. team he backed
won the game, but only through the
There Is plenty of room for clean
baseball in Honolulu, and the bet
ting clique Bhould bo warned oft
every diamond In the city. Sooner
or later, betting will kill tho game.
If not stopped.
n n it
DOTS AND DASHES.
Next Sunday morning there will
be some aquatic stunts pulled off nt
the beach In front ot the WaiklKI
Inn. Tho annual boarders' swim
ming race will take place, und al
though a few ot the oldtlme bwIiu
mers will not face the starter this
year, a good raco la assured.
Smacker has retired from the (game,1
but It. still bobbing along In the
foot racing line. Jack Uattersbv Is
thought to hayo a good chance In
this year's event. A ladles' raco
will bo on the program noxt Sun
day, and It hi thought that tha vic
tory will Ho between Mrs. Dorgln,
Mrs. Ktnney and Miss Cannon. The
fulr athletes will also have a foot
race, but It is hard to get the dupe
on that proposition.
The Outrigger Club Is preparing
for Its Bports which will decide tho
fate of the Clark cup9, and It the
surf Is at all good, sqmo wonderful
pertormnnrta will be given by tho
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