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CVCNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., WEDNESDAY.MAN, 10,-1912.
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(or live-man t ins, which Iiiih been
talked of fur sonic I lino ust. Seven
tenuis arc already down un tlio entry
list, with mi eighth In course of or
kii I' ly.it loll to riHind out tlio schedule
An undated schedule Is now hcInK
worked out by Mnnugcr Wisdom of tlio
nlhyK, the evening of play being left
to the captains of the Icuins inntched
iigulnt each other, Hvcry team will
Ida two games against every other
team, total pins to count The rules
of ,lho A. H C. will hold throughout,
i aclt game consisting of the total pins
of three strings. About three Kami's u
Willi 'will ho rolled, and at this rate
the tournament should he Mulshed
about Mny 1.
I'nder the rules each team can huvo
iih iiany plajcrs on Its llsta (is desired.
plating any IHo In u match. In tlio
aiii'ii(jed list of plavirs (he first flvn
on eai.li club are the regulars, the nth
crs being sups.
The coming tour.nnpjent should do a
lot to boom bowline here Itowoer,
there Is little need of n boom. In the
uiii.il sense of the word, for since tlio
alleys wore opened two months ngo tlio
nimble of balls mid tlio rattle of fnll
Ing woid tins been Incessant. The
match Karnes will weld together the
howling Interests, and undoubtedly tlio
(bias will Improve greatly during the
lliti'c uiuntlis or so of competition. A
rullijg wliluh will be enforced Is that
ewry player must pay for his own
games. The usual custom of losing
earns paying for, match games will jiot
npply nt tlio Y M C. A.
Three Strong Teams.
On paper tlio Lncll, Honolulu nnd
Urunswlck-Ralke teams look to be tlio
strongest Tholr players are more sen
Mirud. and are nioro Used to compctl
tlon rolling, which will count a Int In erton. i:. I'
it tournament with sd many novices In Jones.
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(igos droiplng In a disappointing way g
when they get Into the strain ot match
games for the llrst time. Tlio 7 or tlio .
10 Is ra-y enough to pick off when It
stands all alone In practise play, but's
It's wonderful how- oTten the ball will i.
tnka tlio gutter or Just miss thodnslda ..;
edge If u gnme depends on tlio spare. .s
To Wiow how the general class of
bowling has Improved In the lust few $
weeks, there nro nine tmn who have
rolled 200 or better since the rtrst'of
the .month, as follows: J. W. AVInpc,
Paul Schmidt. II. V Oeurjll II Uletow,
C Kt-iinr, A. T. Wlsdouii V l'.. Wood
nnd A K. Howard. Tlio last named Is
u recent addition to the lenpln colony,
coming from Seattle, where lie bus
done considerable nlhjy work.
Tlio Hrst,game will, probably bo bc
tween the Iictls and Honolulu, both
strong teams, t
The Entry List.
Hollowing nro the registered clubs
and players, '
Uictl Cub A K Tinker (captain).
M. Harris, V R. Itnscmin, L, Tergn-
son, I Klddoilge, It. II. Uletow.
Ilrunswick-Unlko Co. W O ltank
lln (captain), R H Young. II. V Rob
inson, i: Selinildt, V. Schmidt
Onhus K Hintnatii, A. K Howard,
i:. Knnl, M. i:mmans. C. K Mltchlner,
A i: ljirlmcr, O. limit.
llonoliilus II, Krocllch (vaptnln). It.
V Gear, J. I Wlnnc. W Williams. I.
.Sehn.rln. W. Scott.
Hank) of Hawaii II t'larko (cap
tain), I' II Nottnge, C. II. Cooke. C.
Hoogs, K. Iloogs, S. Ashley, R. Mc
Corrlstoti Stragglers A. n. Arledge (captain),
C Krnnz, J. Milton, V. A Kdgeppnibe,
A. T Wisdom, II A, Jillsworth.
Cosii(os Dr. V. J. Webber (captain).
O T. Wobber, n. Wilkinson, C II, Atli-
.Mclanpby, J, II (luunl, A.
Ilarn,ey Joy lnvnrlnbly uses, n
($ bat when trjing to.inuknn bnsa
' AleX Hell Jins a habit ot using
S' a driver oft the tee and n putter
'" on the green In nn Important
Tommy Trendway does not
5' liavo to pay any ndmlss,lqn to
enter -Athletic Park.' '
lp I!M2 every ball park In Ho
nolulu will hne ii home plate
Jack Johnson sometimes (rains
as long ns n week before, nn
Important light. v
Connie Mnck receives a salary
for mnnsglng the champion Athletics.
J. $ ! 3 v (J, (v i
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LAST YEAR WAS A
QUIET ONE IN
At a recent dinner of the Tcmplo
Yncht Club In I-otnloti, Hlr Thoiuiis
l.lpton nnnounced that Shamrock
would be out again raclms next rar
In Hnglntid, nnd tint ho hoped to hnvo
more Competitors than White Heather.
He then look up the subject of tlio
A merlon's cup. nnd said that he did, not
ni. . AMH tint t.n. n.,n .if llu. ten (li'Htmlr nf lteinir utile, with the nsslst
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T fw 111 the history of tho Qiieensberry nnce of public opinion on both sides of
Calm. Came After the Stormy
Sessions of 1911 A
SIR THOMAS LIPT0N ,
WILL CHALLENGE IF
HE GETS EVEN BREAK
Irish Yachtsman Says He Is
Ready to Come After Cup
If Rules are Changed.
'Somebody Mild J hud 42,000,000 a fW
days ago," said Rattling Nelson ns he
was counting his "bit" for chasing Wll
llii Howard around the ring nt the Ir
Vlng Club. Now York. "I wish th0,P bid, champions wcte tossed l
who think I have that much would tlm,uncrtnln sens of advers t .
! game that failed to shift a champion
'.ship crown from tho head of ono hold
?. cr to nnother It wns perhaps the
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mom oruiii.ii, niuun ", ,"., .v.
tped year that boxing has known since
It becaino an International sport It
might well be termed a enr of ease,
luxury, nnd even Idleness, for every
champion suo one Ad Wolgast, hold
er of the lightweight title.
The old snjlng'nbout n cnlm settling
nrr the country lifter n storm, as well
n" hefore n storm, seems to hold good,
Indeed, In the Qiieensberry Colony, for
the 1-ear 1910 was n stormy am'. In
truKCdy That year suw
I hitherto untnmublc Nelson, the murder
, , A, I r.ilsei1, n New York "White Hope."
knp'ci.ed 'put 1 Kaufman In tho fifth
round of u ltertqmlll In Oothaiu Do
icinber 28. f
Cnnimentlng on tho fight, it San
I'Vanclsco sport writer hands out the
"loor almnjo, bone-lieudcd Kuufn)jn.
He gets n fow hundred dollars for be
ing knocked out by nn unknown when
ho might Just as well liuvo takon tho
rrusher from Johnson, nnd for tho i
mlllntlon received n balm of M0.000.
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MAHOUIS A Jtrll'OUTKK'
T NnV i'OHiK Dec, 30, Tho
4 Marqiils i 6f iQuecnsberry, who -
. Hailed) tt f(jw ilnys ngo QU tho
I.u s I taii hi for iKnglnnd, la com-- 4
Jnc Btrrtlght back with the 4
4- innrcblon'cis nnd Iholr children.
4; , "I.ipnn't Imngino hownny man 4
f nf ,rcal roil blood can Btny'ln
Ijnglnnd If holms scan tho pos-
slbllltles of America," tho mnr-
qttls said. Tho marquis novor
inntle so much money beforo iih
ho hna been earning ns writer
if on sporting subjects for Chicago
4 "England Is decadent, n dcud 4-4-
tiling, socially and commercial-
ly," ho said, "nnd 1 want to nut
my shoulder to tho wheel of
Suiely tbcro Is more honor nttnehed to. progress hero nnd seo If I can't
n auncKuiii hi mo uiioun ui tb nuiiun t no a, wcior in neiping oiu inp r
ilianinlon than nt tho hands' of n tnnn4" ccncrnl ioTieme of wlntt this
ASK MC FOR ESTIMATES ON
. WELL DRILLING
F. M. POND,
whu wns ihnrdly hcurd of outsldo of
"Rut Kaufman has llnlslied Just as
h'e "Alwni's flgur'Wtii- llnlsll. 'lie liafl
llulshcd Just.ns ho run for yenrs around
San li'rnnclsco und New York, No big
Ulkiw liice tlio days of Jeffries over
fcot nlietter chance, nnd It Is doubtful
If Jeff'ji chnncn was iih good us the ono
that Wiis nftocded the San Krunclsco
blacksmith;. Ho Is gono now for nil
lime mi far ns the prize ring llgurcs.
He may make n good special police
ii,m or ti.boiuicer for souio beer .hall or
a lilgb'Cl.isH stevedore, but n tighter
nev cr." I
. tt M tt
ALL STOP 'WATCHES,
If Soldier King can rope nnd tlo an
otlU'lal timer liu will iiiako another tit-
tfinpt to crark Jiuimlo ntigcrald's Is-,
land roinrd for the mile nt tho Hoys'
! Mil next I'rlday nfternoon. Tho Ut
ile speedster has nimlo two appoint
ment for Ills try, but In ench Instanoo
tbcro has linen u dearth of stop-WalclH-H,
lt,huks vijry inpcli untlini)Rli
smiiii New Year resolutions wero sol-
cntMly swofii ii) ,n pawn tlckut InstcajlJ
of a njblo,
King and ll:r,roi, his mnngnr, Uayo
u good scheino for raising, smo 'coin
necileil tn send Duko Knlianainuku tn
tl c ,(.'oat for u I'linufo nt Hwlipinlu'
r((irds. King Is willing tn run a live
fnllo relay race against nny throo run
in rs In Honolulu, licet men not barred,
tl o entire pnto to go tn tlio Duko fun1
H.irrnii a In) vff',rs to make n perspnil
subscription If some of the buslncH
men of tlio city will conm .Into Jluo un(
do likewise, "flqo'd ntuff.
i i ,.
Wunleit VJ.Hr moto decorated
iiulns.fur. tho 1'lnral, V)iriule. (Jet 'In
lino for tlioJiiKtruiit rurnlinl.ot nil.
Weekly Villtotla II ft xu
' courilry ln.suro lo bo,
'"I hnvo been working Just llko
jitiy o(hcr Amor(cnn roporttor und,
"niiiBdlnB to cut out tlio llrltlsh
aristocratic thing nnd bring ,my,
family hero tn atny for tho" rest 4V
of our llvos."
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SUGGESTED .CHANGES ',.
IN FOOTBALL RULES.
A uhni)go In football nil's, so aa tt
ulluw freer iibo of tho forwaru pass,
iho promotion of soccer football, tho
elimination nf the, professional conch
In tollego sports, thw doing away vvlth
tho giito, .roaidpts mid .tho rccugnWai'
ot summer baseball phiylijg na legltl
mate, wtro some of tho questions dls
niHseil heforn 100 ileteLMtOS at tllO sixth
aniiiiari'niJiitliiK oftho Nntlonnl Collol
glate Atlilcllc Association ln.NewYorJc
Tho present footbnll rules, on tho
whule.' are. salbtfaclury und, ought to
be ilHturbcil'.lis .llttlp ns .possible, uc-J
conllng to tlfo report of tlio chairman
of tho ,rulosr cunilnlttcf, Dr II. Wll
llh'tiis,! coach of the Unlverslu of Mln
iiesotii, but vvcro ,crltlclr,ed,'by him ns
giving too much atlvuiHngo on ,wct days
iii.un Inferior team, which, on u muddy
Held, lie said,- could nullify tho most
Sentiment In favor of soccer football
was crystallzed by tho appointment ot
a committee headod by Dr. James Bab-
bltt of Havcrford College, to form ntv
An effort will be mmlq ,to resurrect
tho old Maine Leaguo to Include tlio
(owns of I'prtfand, llniiuor, Lcwlsfnwn.
Augustn, lllddeforil, Salem, Dlouster
nnd 'ono of Manchester, Nashua nnd
mUllons nnd what I really possess I ".'. "r"a J"? c':h.v.ia,nnK 0,'.h"
hnvo been In the boxing game for more
than fifteen years ntid In that time I
have made quite snmo money, but. It
was not all prollt. Managers help
themselves pretty well, nnd there Is
quite 'some personal cxpenso attached
of the most sensational boxer of mod-
, icrn times, Stanley Kcicnct, nnu mo
I death uf the greatest of them all, Joo
And now wo find that haughty black
king, Juck Johnson, senttd easily on
the heavyweight throne, the monarch
linns WiiRticr's prowess us n hitter J an ne surveys, wiucii is omy iwihiui
to traveling around.'
tho Atlantic, to Induce the New ork
Yncht Club to niter the conditions gov
erning the cup so ns to enable him to
race with an iqual chance
Alt ho wanted was a sporting chiinco
nf winning He nsked for no favors,
nnd did not wnnt nnv lie wa willing
tn Issue nnother ilinllenge the moment
the holders of the cup iinnniinccd their
willingness to adopt the universal ruin
of rntlng ns the basis ot the contest.
The universal rule has had the approv
al of nil the lending clubs nnd yachts
men In America, nnd he was iiuthori,
tutlvcly Informed that they were-solld-ly
In' favor of a contest under the sim
ple nnd .reasonable conditions ho asked
for The only stlimbllugbock In tha
wuy of another race for the cup was
the New York Yacht Club, or rather a
small section of Its members.
The Indoor tennis tournament which
has been hi progress nt the Y M C A.
since the beginning of tho Christmas
has never been itliputcd. but It remains'''1' nf forlorn "white hopes" and n few holidays, closed esterday, when Wll-
for Clark Orlttltll to give tho Dutchman. """ ulachs at lies! was jne.re ever nam .Morgan ilcronteu uwigiu liamwin
cYedlt for being real cunning. Accord- " heavyweight Mug more surely piiuu-n t iio finals, C-, G-3. 2-6, B-l Tho
lug to Orlttltll, Wugner owes much of,CT ln the chair or ease? surely never ,nuitqi wns closer than tho scores in
hi. i,uiiv n ,, i.mr m ii.o fnri n.:ii '. before In the history of the gnme John- .illeate. many of tho games going lo
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he fools most pitchers. Orllllth says '" really must teei ucme.i 10 iieaui in
Wagner will purposely look ridiculous,1 himself when ho stops to consider him
swinging nt somo sort of a ball for no e'f seriously
other purpose than to make tho pitcher, Wolgat -Good as Ever.
believe It Is his weakness and repeat
deuce n number of times.
Tie play bus been held In tho big
games ball of the "V", which was found
ti ,make n very satisfactory Indoor
court After the boyi. got tiBCd to-tho
light und the boilinl-orT board, they
put 'MP some excellent tennis.
Morgan received ns llrst- prize a sil
ver wntch ifob offered by the associa
tion, nnd nil tho semi-finals drew down
Next comos Wolgast. He Is hardly
less fortuiutii tliuii the black mop
nrcli. Ills only serious opponent was n
Willie Illtchle. the little San Fran- skillful surgeon with n keen-edged
clco scrapper that Hen Ilruns of local knife. These ni.iy hnvo robbed him of
fame went to tho Coast to manage. 'a little hollow glorx nnd n few thou-
rnught a fast 12-rounil ilrnw with pnui.wina miliars oi i nc, com 01 1119 reain,,"""' i'" "' aiiirn., un n,ur ni
Kohler a.Uevahu4-WMXeacVPiky,l Wvply-iuiiUarjI JkJiuv.niQntUairjprsbelng Morgan. Haldvvh Inrstoi
.... .. ..! . .. .. ... .1 lw. .. ... O ,...-i ..".,,. .- , ,. I.. . ..- 1.. I r.......I.All T. MM.1 ll..tA. filnt.i,.
liroiner tionjatnin inniKft itivcnie';is, pnsip pieiwin ue uaciv ngain "i
11 great oonir. but bileief'5 Hwlll.rjhv'ljTjl'"n as ccr-
111 inu ii'uiiirrttciKiii emus, inr nun
ilertul Abo Altell looms up ubnvo tha
grow out op the lightweight clans..
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There will .,1m'ii Veturn: (miri mnlcll
Oaliti .("ouiltry Club In the toenr 'future.
The plily Villi prnbalily tako plnro a
Week frnih .Snluvilay. Golf Is sueh
violent game that all the players Insist
nn that long rest Sunduy morning to
inure win hHtcr utroiurn: ami imnicii 1 I'm: 'e 11 iiiijivj- jiaun nwip 11 inipi:ii.
between raclllcfle'i ilijlS Vml tfce'pf shrubbery, Abe ms rpleil his class
ho long that they have about abandon
ed all hope of discovering nn opponent
worthv of Ids steel The onlv vvnv for
I tk. 111,1.. Il.l... In l..u.. I.lu IIIIa I. ..
,I1T (I., ,il liri.rn t'l 111m 11, n ,,,, it tn
liecomc n illsclplo of Jeffries, for all
vl ell-Informed uuthurltles tell us that
no athlete can ever hope to cumc back.
Hack In tho smoky city of I'lttsburg
Campbell Jr, and Charles Stevens.
NO MORE BOXING
AT MARE .ISLAND
Oloom. large gobs of It, Is hunglng
over the Mstlc community at Mare Is
land. According to Coast dispatches
tbcro will bo no more tight at the
unvnf station for somo time to come.
Captain llrowu nf tho recolving alilp
Independence recently called oft the
mill that was to have taken plnco be-
.- . L. '-"'" " "' '""'-, tween "llnttllng Nelson" of tho com
rowlnff In iVcllnm rYnnk Klaus, who calms Ho , ,. , u, ,,rillli ,irk rtho
r to state middleweight clmmplonshlp by virtue ., . ,. . -,h.
' To glve'somo I1I111 of the tiuhibcr of
men engaged In professional
iikoi... .1 is ..my iiecesMiry ... s.a.e, iiiiuui.-wiik ,1 nsiq' '" .;" " torpo.lo lleet. Captain JJruwn says that
T.L l"u "" "f ,C",rleS fr '"oTy"".0; the unUiiirilr .taking oft of S a ..ley I ,, , h
l mil lmn,t Ann !.. .. u .... m.V .III. I Trl.,A.t ..K.I tl... n ilill In nf I lilt Itnlitfn
r.v ......, .t , llu"':Hl"V """ "" "'" ' '" " l'nv.iitnUillnriiPtnrv, 11ml Hint ll limn to
'In A.rM.. !... .I..I.11 l.'l lu Imlnie tt t 1 "
4- 4- 4- s
I'ng tho Chrlstmus liolldnvs.
wero slxty-slx heats In tho llrst round. low,ed to luisk In his homemade sun-
1 nniim 11, r me riiniin iiiiil 1110 uini-i .
Why wcrcn'.t tho result reversed 'Candidates havp nut et dlscurded their hand. He has carried It for the lust
the American tennis team winning In hw addling clothes, but ns 11 matter nf few years, though nobody has paid
New Ze.iiaiul and thoTferctanluplayors, fiict, there is no middleweight rli.itii-i much attention to him There nre prac
tising nt Kwn? Nql that wo loyq Iter. Iploii lp the ring today tlcally no bantams In the gamo any
etnnla less, but that, on tho whole, wo I Johnny Coition nf.Chlcjigu carries tho more. It's not as It used tn hn In tha
Ibv'Blut.Ojvfii't.'ld, niWe.; ""'""bHntBmwcight scepter In Ills lltl'le rlglit ihiys of Jimmy Harry '
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