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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., THURSDAY, DEC. 28, 1911. f 7 j$M
I "Pol" II Bulletin's Page of Sports I 1
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P. M. POND,
Father of Famous Harvard
Players Returns With Breezy
Gossip of Gridiron Game.
1). I,. WltliliiRtnti limy lint bo u fnot-
luill i-o.icl ul IiIh athletic days have
mss,.,). evcent ulipn ho cots rrally
warmed mi tn mi argument In court.
hut ho knows ii hit more about fnntbiill
tbnn Imlf of tlioto who have played
four years of It, iiml tin a student of
tho Rumc he has Iiml tho advantage of
several husky sons who huvo become
ami are becoming famous on K.tstern
So when Mr. WlthliiRlon returned to
Honolulu tho other ilny Mini Kill (I Hint
ho likes the "new Riime," his opinion
carries weight. Anil ho has n lot of
Interesting hit" of comment iiml Rosslf!
on the premier coIIoro sport picked up
first-hand durliiR IiIh recent trip, when
he saw I'rlncplnii hiunblo Yale mid Ynlo
unit lliirv.'iril battle to u srorrless lie.
iiml the Carlisle Indians, with the help
of ii marvelous kicker, trounce, tho
Crlmon liispootiiculur fashion.
I like the new Riime because It It
open iiml full of uncertainties, sain
Mr. W'llhltiKtnti yesterday. "There's
always the chance for a score, for
something rnrefully planned to ro
wrong, ii nd It Riven klckrra mid speedy
riiiinerH anil Intelligent, hralny players
ii lino chance.
"In my opinion, thn only chaiiRO that
nilKht bo ndvlsahlo Is to Increase tho
number of downs In which n team Is
allowed to make. Us ten yards. Wal
ter Camp's four-down plan might
"Ah It Is now, tho strongest team Is
uniihln consistently to carry the hall
against even a fairly strong team for
fifty yards, or from the center of the
Held. It may do so for the last twenty
yards, hut It would exhaust Itself try
ing to rush the ball nil the way."
"Do you Hud that the spectators gen
erally are satlslled with tho game?"
Mr. -Wnhllifiton winked almost. "No,
I can't say that they are." hn replied.
"They want something n little more
'II says that ono of the really great
playern of the year, IIiintlnRton nf
Harvard, was practically overlooked In
thn newspapers, hut that he was al.
ways. on the Job, ready to snatch un
lie Rlrs Princeton all the credit for
winning her big Raines. "Princeton had
n grand defensive team, hut not much
on offense," he said. "Hut It was n
Irani alert to lake, advantage of any
display and turn It Into a score. White,
the end whoso work won two big vio
lin les, Is not a speedy man, although
be looks speedy. Pendleton, you know,
Is the speedy man on that tram. While
Is un Intelligent player, however. Do
Witt, thn fullback, Is a great kicker,
I'elton nf Harvard outpunted him In
,ono game, hut l'"eltnii had a little ad
vantage In having ii line that held bet
ter than the Princeton forwards."
Speaking nf the Harvard-Yule game.
Mr. Wlthlngton tnkes exception to the
cabled reports that came here to the
effect tli.it Ynlo nearly won tho game.
"Ynlo had hut one opportunity to score.
while Harvard had four," ho said, "and
most of the gallic was played In Yale's
"To show you tho possibilities of
this new game," he said, "Harvard had
thn Indian' beaten, Hut Thorpe, the
Rrent Carlisle kicker, madn ii goal from
placement from tho fnrty-clght-ynrd
line. Now what chance does u team
have under the new rules to carry tho
ball and win against a man like that,
who can kick goals from anywliero In
sbbi thn tlfty-yard Unit nnd save his
team from uenrhiR Itself nut rushing
Paul mid l.nthrnp Wlthlngton, thn
two miiis who played grand hall for
Harvard up lo this year, are now In the
law nnd medical schools. Paul Is as
sistant graduate, manager, and Mr.
WlllihiRton says hn will ho thorn next
year Another son played on tho
freshman team this year.
Almost any rather ought tn hn n
football enthusiast unit expert with
Sinn, llkn that.
RETAINING THE DAVIS CUP
M. E. McLOUGHUN (Left) AND BEALS C. WRIGHT
Snapshot Taken uf American Jlniihlis Irani n Hie l'lajers Sleppeil (Iff Hie
Australian Until ill llnniiliilii l,:it October.
RITCHIE LIKELY TO
SAYS BEN BRUNS
"Brother Benjamin" Leaves
for Coast to Become Manag
er of Game Little Boxer,
When Hen limits, hotter known lo
his Honolulu friends ns "Hrothcr Ileti
Jamln," dropped Into tho II u 1 1 c 1 1 n
otllco yesterday to make his adieus no
fore leaving for the Coast, ho made
the prediction that Willie Ritchie
would bo n headllncr In boxing iiowh
before many months had passed. Ilriins
handled the little San Francisco scrap-
PLAY ON FOR
Incrcasiifj Interest In Golf
Flan Tournaments Arc Great
Fun, and May Be Tried.
(lull's Hie came these days There's
per before- coming to the Islands, mid 1 hlc roivnl nf Interests nnd with
. , . ., . il...lhn eotiiltir (if llie ,nu- voir tnel r-ltlll
Illlchln iiiih always Kepi ine ,wiuv.. . - - - ..-
of manager open for Ids old-tlmo ad
viser. On Thanksgiving Day, when he
lost n SO-round decision to Kreddlo
bwingcrs are making many resolu
tions, all relative In the amount of
time they will siioiid on tho our-o
. .. ...
m-i.i. in I.,,. A,,ele. nml Incidental- l Hie iloglen of excellence which
ly made a re.narkal.le showing against I hey solemnly swear In attain during
the Kngllsh veteran. Ids llrst act was U-P oxt twcho mouths. It promises
tn write to limns, asking him to como " be a banner year for Honolulu golf,
back and shape his promising future. ' i"l with plenty or tournaments nil
Hence lira .leimrturo f llndher' lieu- "'0 ciril. mid n monthly llxturo llko
ina prusincm s iinpuy in iiiay ior.
"I believe Itllchle has the miklngs of
a great lighter," said llruiu yesterday
between good-byes. "I don't say,
though, thst he will always b- a light
weight In fact, I nm almost hoping
that he will sprout Into a inlibllewelRht,
rnr his father and the rest of the fam
ily are blR people, mid If thcre'H nny-
thliiR In heredity Willie will
ihere Ih an Incciitho for Improve
ment which must apa tn etcn the
laggardn of tho links.
To Mart off Ihc yenr In iiropcr fash
ion Micro will ho a bogey tniirhsmont
New Year'.K Day. It will hn a h'liull
cap malrli play affair (or men, and
Die IS holes can he conipl-lod cither
llll out "irl"; r nrinrriujii. Ri'tlfi tB
close nl Hie rluh house' ul 10 ih tn.
the club house' ul
llrst Saturday in
Tomorrow the llrst, nnd therefore
most exciting, of the Davis rup
matches will bo played at I'hrlst-
chiirch, New Zealand. Amirlca nnd
Australia will clash on the tennis
courts for the International trophy that
Is so highly prized In the tenuis world,
and which American players Imwi been
striving In regain shico they Inst It to
Knghuul III 1 '.Mir,.
Tomorrow llrookcs, considered by
many the most remarkable tenuis
player hi the world, will play W. A.
Ijiriuil. America's iilne-tlnie national
champion, mid Rod Heath will play
against Mniirlco McLoughlln, the young
Coast crack. Saturday 'Die f"i" play-
era In singles will switch opponents,
and Monday, New Year's Day, the dou.
hlcH will hn played, with McLntighlln
and Heals Wright representing Amer
Icn nnd Ilrnokes mid Dunlop represent
Ing thn defending nation.
The Australians ure by no means
despondent, HuiurIi they will probably
miss tho services of A. T. WlldliiR and
be forced to depend on N. K. Hrookes
mid II. W. Heath III the singles and
Hrookes and A. W. Iliiulnp In Ihn
""They llgiirn that Hrookes will win
both IiIh kIiirIch matches, beating Isith
lirned mid McLoiighlln, while llealh
Is Riven a fair chance to beat Mc
l.nughlln, They have great faith In tho ability
of A, W Dunlop as a doubles partner,
and many of them think that he mid
Hrookes will make u better team even
than Hrookes and Wilding, while they
are unable to see n possibility of Mr.
I.oiiKlilln and Wright harmniilr.lng their
play ns a team III doubles, Conse
liienlly they think that thn doubles
match Is finite nnfn and Hint thn worst
they need expect Is n victory by n
store of three wins to two.
They base their estimate nf l-irnecl'H
present ability on his International
uintrhoi in September with the two
Imgllsh ptaycia, Dlxnu mid Lowe, who
forced Ii Ii ii pietty hard, though they
did not class at all with such men as
Hrookes. Their lino on .McLoiiglilln
arrived nt by reviewing his work
against Hrookes hi I9n'.) hi Australia
ami his defeat by Heath, who beat him
In an exhibition match at Melbourne
soon afterward. Their inethodi of
reaching conclusions, however, neeni
Records Aro Compared,
Properly handled, tho dope sheet can
be made lo say iihnnt anything If
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States championship he lost to Ijirntd
In the challeiign match.
II. W Heath won the championship
of Australia In timS mid 1911. Heath
has had tittle success dining the pres
ent seaion against thn tnurnament
players of Kuglanil, who arc not sup
posed to eipial at present tho standard
found In American competitions,
So far us Uirned mid Hrookes are
concerned, they are admittedly the two
strongest players hi the world today,
and It Is Impossible to get u compara
tive line on their abilities, as they have
met no common rivals during recent
years. Only an actual contest can
prtno which Is the better mail, Jiut
otherwise the American team seems to
have u distinct advantage.
Dunlop Oldest Playsr.
A W, Dunlop Is tho oldest of the
Australasian team, lie is .17 ears of
age. mid, while he has never llgured
very well us u singles player, has been
ranked ns the third best doubles player
of the world by leading Kngllsh nnd
American critics, and with different
partners has held all the Important
doubles titles of Ills own country.
N K Iliookes, who Is 31 years of
age, won his llrst title In 1902, When
i" captured Hie championship of Vic
toria, Australia. Ills capture of the
i:ugllsh chmnploiishlp in 1907 along
with ii succession nf victories In tho
leading KiirIIsIi touriminentu, nnd his
Miibsequent success In defenso of the
IMvIs Cup, have caused him to be re
garded as one of the two greatest ex
perts alive today.
Hixiney w. Heath, who Is 28 yearM
old, is the youthful hope of Australia
He Is it disciple of Hrookes, with whom
ho practises a great deal and whose
style ho has copied with considerable
He Is ii very line olleyer nnd forces
I lie net ii great deal, but Is strong In
the b.irk coiut, also possessing n very
flue forehand drlte, which is both sure
I.Ike Hrookes, ho Is rather weak
overhead In comparison with his
nroiiml strokes, and hli servo Is of only
Ho Is recogulr.ed In Australia nnd
New Zealand as thn next best to
Hrookes mid WJIdlng at the singles
F0LGER AND CLARKE
BEST SIX-DAY TEAM
Joe tlogler of llrooklyu and "Jackie"
I'larke of Melbourne, Australia, won
lilt.t.lr Hn',. .itilt ii kill now. unit 1
tny hlH Hm.ve.-H tn ni In llm furl that n" ' : 3,J !'
t . I I.I... Is. I.. II. n rr.st.tn I. si It U'lifn I JlC IiTHI
I riinni iiiih ini'i un iiuiiii, im ii ,...-. ... ,, ., i , .
I told him tn I ire and win ,,' W'Wi fnllK on llio bKHi nf t ho tnnnlli.
bouts, but not to try nnd knock his ll!, ''- '"" '''"' '"'
man through the ropes In .. round or '"- l"iament or which M ss
so. In this way he learned i-mitlon. ;;,oko I!;,1H "nw " "'"- f'l'y
nnd always boxes on the safe side. Of. "i 8 will be a handlcDp medil phy
course, he comes In for a roast now
nnd agnln from green light fans who
think that he Isn't showy enough, but
he's fur better off In the long run.
"The thing 1 like ul-ntit Willie." con
tinued llruiis, "Is that he's such u lit
tle gentleman at all times. None of
your tough fighters' talk for him, Why,
' match, the handicaps nf each team
being averaged so iih In put all n.i
nearly as possible on an een foot
ing. It will bo Hie firm kU event in
some time In which the enthusiasts
f both sexes hnxo met In competition.
Although It docs not npimar on tho
If ho cmnr here mid talked In you for, ' "' " ' "" '-. " " i"
.... .. vw.i ink.. i.i, r,.r one1 l-rolmbl- Ihnl a Hag tournament, such
of the California mandolin cluli nml
ask him some of that college stuff,
Ilruns plans to spend some tlmo In
San I'ranrlsco and then to go on to
New York, where llltcble Is ut present.
Ho left u cordial good-bye to nil Ids
Honolulu friends, and h message to the
effect that he would bob up again here
serenely some day.
CUT DOWN SALARIES
NKW YOtlK. N. Y Dec. IB Al
though most of Hie lunor league baso-
ball clubs will reduce tho salaries or
players next jenr, there Is no danger
that the major leagues will follow suit.
This iiuthorltatlvo announrenienl was
made here today.
Tho big league magnates will keep
salaries on present lines that Is, scal
ed all the way from tl.100 to 1,0 000
for the season's work. As a matter
of fact, the major league clubs at pros,
cut aro paying higher salaries than
ever before In the history of tho game,
but they are reaping larger gate re
ceipts, nnd any move to reduce salaries
would mean rebellion nmnng the piny
its and fans.
In IR89 a plan tn cut salaries In the
big clubs to n maximum of $2100
brought nbout the brotherhood revolt
that wrecked organized baseball and
resulted III tremendous losses.
tempt to reducn aalaricH In the
leagues has materialized slnco that
IS has nroved sn tmnul-ir mi rfiit
anil K.ihIcim courses will he hold be
dim long. Under tho conditions of
piny each player or team, for ll Is
usually n mixed foursome affair. Is
lilollcd a certain number of strokoH.
When (IiIh nuiuhcr liasbeeii. used up
a flag bearing the players nanie Is
stuck In Ihn ground where the ball
irels after the last stroke allowed.
Naturally tho team or player plant
lug his ling furthest round the course
witiH. Tho strokes aro allowed on a
basis of what n leam should com
plete Iho IS IioIob In. If a player la
idlowed fin strokes and completes the
riiurso In S9 ho goes up tn the llrst
lee again and drives off his flag be
ing planted at thn nulh ntrnko. After
the tournament tho roursn looks llko
a decoration day cemetery, and It Is
great fun for those who nro do'-i;
well to pass III Borrow (?) by the
craves of their friends' hopes.
n n n
! ! . . . j. .-.
Instead of iiieulloiilng tho wmst per-'i,0 six-day bicycle race which ended
lll.l'K I'OI.OINTS WI.Y
inn mm -No
The' minor leagues have been paying I
sn much money to players in recent
yenrs, however, that many of Iheiii
have found It hard tn make ends meet,
and t-ume rndlcal cuts In salary up-i
proprlutlons will h made this year
The Blues ran tip n 7 to 2 score
on the Whiten yesterday after-
noon on the l.ielehua polo Held,
making It game nnd game for tho
Colonel Wilder cup. Tho decld-
Ing contest will bo played next
Tho White loam was much
weakened by the nccldonln to two
of lis ntnr ntlckmeu, Lieutenants
ll.trnard and (iickcincynr, both
of whom wero hurt In Ihn Initial
game, won by the Whites.
Ileclproclty with tho United States
will bo ono of tho llrst Important prob
lems considered by Mexico as soon as
condition). In that country are mora
foriuaueeH of thn Atiierli'iins and thn
best work of the Australians they
should compare the best work of each
team they would stand about llko this:
Hrookes 1903, 1904, 19011, )90H, won
rhamploushlp of Victoria! 190T, beat II.
U Doherty in Angto-Austriilliiti mutch;
1901!, won championship of South Aus
tralia; 1907, won championship nf Kng
land; 1907, won Davis Cup matches.
at 10 o'clock December 16 III Madison
Sipiare Harden, New York. The Kog-er-('larke
team llulshed ono lap uheud
or six other teams hunched In a tie
for second plaee.
Tho llulsh lacked the excitement nf
tho wlnilup of six-day races In recent
years. 1'ogler and Clarke practically
won thn race at an early hour In the
morning, when a series of sensational
beating (lorn mid Harrett, During tho sprints resulted In their Raining a lap
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l..m. .,, j.-tiin ,, hi-fi iiks ,,-, I il"-)!! luoneill. "I no niivitutiigu inns gain
rented twlco In local tourneys, once liy.nl was held to tho llnlsh.
II A. Parker nnd nncn by A. T. Wild
ing. Ijiriicd In 1905 defeated Hrookes,
14-1!. fi-0, r,-3. In 1907. 190S, 1909,
1910, 1911 hn won tho Unite,! States nil-
Fouler and Clarke pedalled STIR miles
and nluo laps In thn 142 hnura of the
coldest. To the six teams Immediate
ly following. 2718 miles and eltht laps
wero credited. Tim winners wero 18
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DAD TIME IN'
In glancing back over the perform
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lotos during tho outdoor season of 1911
SPECIAL EDITION NOTICE.
Notes for sketches, and views er
photographs, promised for the Evan
Ing Bulletin's 1912 special edition,
should bo sent in at once, as tho edi
tion Is being printed and gotten ready
lor distribution on Floral Parade Day,
The edition will be an American-Hawaii
edition containing a description
ol every sugar property In the Islands.
Much space will be devoted to de
scriptive and statistical Information
reqarding minor Island industries.
t Is gratifying lo nolo the number of 1 There aro epecial sections regarding
records eiiialeil and broken. In nl- plantation peoole and general Amerl-
most every branch of thn sport new c" D" "" mstnuiions.
figures were created, and they show' "" nyur picture, -no copy notes
' at once. Arfrfrs... Rn.r.Iut FAlilpt H..I.
as nothing elso could how constant and ,.,i o... .,., i. ' ., v. ,.
,,,,., , , iwiil r-uuu,inn .oH nonoiuiu.
consistent Is the development of chain- , ,
plons. During tho last summer world's The K,or .nl(r ,rMI (1i.
marks that had stood thn test or tlmo um ,,,.s,. 1),, , .,( ij
for tep, fifteen and even twenty-llvn
yours went by the board, as well ns
Mlltn recent ones probably harder to
dethrone, because each part nf 11 sec
nnd clipped or Inch added makes so
much more dllllcutt tho task of the next
C010I CAME HEADACHE
tlonal championship. Uirncd has not miles mid twn laps behind Hie record
lost a single match during thn last of 2737 miles and one lap made by Mo-
rour years. Kiirland mid Moran In 1908.
McLoughlln won the championship or e e
tho P.iclllc Coast In 1907 nnd 1911. In Don't waste tlmo trying toltlll two GROVU'S signature on eacli box. Mad
1911 he won tho nil-comers' tourney nt birds with ono stone. Stones nr more bl
.ivwpuri, una in 1110 national united plentiful man Dims.
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