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OPENING OF NEW IIAIKIWA LINKS1
Visiting and Local Professionals Pronounce Course One of the
Sportiest They Have Ever Played Over Rcilly Wins from
Boll After Interesting Match In Which Local Amateurs
Play Important Part.
following tip hla lino performance or
Saturday, when he established a r co
uld for Mm law Hulclwii course, Fred
llcljly, the crack Coast golf prufcsslun
ul, yentcrdny walked olT with tin; purse
liuns up ly the Halelwa Hotel for a
golf mati.li between the HurlhiKatnH ex
pect uiul Alex licit, thu Country Club
pro. To mltl tu the Inttrest of compe
tition, uiul itlvi' comparison of the play
of the liiL'nl scratch amateurs with tilt
proj, the mutch was nmingcd an a.
four-bull foursome, best hull only
counting. Itcllly wn. partnered with
C.urge Angus mid Hell with Harold
(llfTaid. Tlic former couple won 2 up
and 1 tu play.
The munn wan extremely Interesting
Jn point nf closeness, mid rlKht tip, to
the seventeenth' hole It wan anyone's
hiulch, Superior steadiness on Itellly's
part llnhlly won out. Hell being dis
tinctly off on hi lire! ruund, mid fall
ing to tiikii mlvutitiiKe of u number of
cliuliceH that would havu given IiImi a'
commanding lead. (llrfurd mid AnRUs
figured In 11 lituiiher of holes, mid hud
to lie reckoned with at all times. Doth
tcniiiH put up their best gulf In thu
second round, and iiiadu wry few mis
takes toward the chut1. Hellly Rot
30, Hell 37, mid (llfTuril mid Angus 39m
oh this round.
In thu inornhiR Hell ami Ijiurcnce
Hcdlngtnii defeated Hellly and Frank
llalMcad fi up mid 'J to piny, heat hall
unJ aggregates Thin wns u return
match for win played n week iiro nt
the Country Club, which the Hulstcad
rteilly cuinlihiatlon won, 2 up. These
two trams mo very evenly matched,
und a third und Html Rumo has bei;ii
arranged for tomorrow afternoon on
the local course.
llnth Hellly ami Hell were loud In
Judco Archie Mahnulu Is tho new
champion of tho lUilelnu (loir Club,
having won Ills laurels rather eaally
yesterday, In thu llnals of the club's
annual competition, The former cham
pion was Deputy Sheriff Oscar (fax, so
the title remains with the majesty of
Hie liny, ut any rate.
I'roin point of entries the totirna
hunt was n disappointment. A week
ago tlm iiunllfylnK riHind was played,
Him condition being; that eight should
nu.dlfy fur another medal round of 3t!
holes jesterduy. Only IHo plajers en.
tered, however, and naturally they ull
iltiullfled. Yesterday there was u still
further defalcation, only four men
showing up for play, mid this helnij re
duced to llireo In the, afternoon.
Tho scores wer us, follows:
1st 2nd Tl.
A. MulinulU 5 80 1C5
C, II. H. Al ! 1"
II. Muhaulu 100 St I
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their praises of the Itiilclun course,
which bus been changed and lengthen
ed tu ndviintuge within the hint few
wcekM. The holes have bten much lui
proed, and till- greens are uultc true,
and Mow enough In enuhlc pluyirs to
putt llrinly for the back nf the cup A
real feature) of the cnursc in the new
llftli hole, over the yawning Hand pit '
known iih "llell'H half acre." This used
tu guard the tee shot ut thu old xlxtli,
but nothliiR hut an nhsolutcly topped
drlvo won ever caught, mid now It It
used to better nirVnntnge to bankers!
"ptinclibowl" green, which lien blind at
the Mimmlt of thu Kami slope Tin)
hole In mi Iron shot, right over thu
face of the'mountnln nf Hand, und the'
cross wind Hint prevails makes the shot
Interesting, to fay Hie leant A short
poke lands the ball In nil kinds of
tumble, while to-phiy tu the left and
then Into thu bowl requires nicety of
execution and 'entails the loss of u
Ideal Short .Hole.
"It's ubout the beet short hole Lever
saw," said Hellly. "I think thl'. little
course Is a corker all round, mid I
can't Imagine, any better fun for a con-1
pie of fellows than to come down with,
their Rolf clubs und spend u week
playing It. There are very tew rent
seaside courses In the Htutcs, and to
play thu whole round right alongside of
the ocean Is n real pleasure."
Hell took a turn ut pl.ilng stellar
golf III tho inoriilHK match, He was
putting, with deadly accuracy and
rimmed the Inst' cup for a 34, which
would have' tied the Jl-hole record and
Also the ls-hole' mark of 71 made by
H'ddy Saturday, As It was, he Rot u
27 35, which Is exceptionally tine Ru
A field of 28 golfers, graded In nil
degrees mid skill, turned out yesterday
In the Itocderer trophy competition
plnsed over the Country Club course
Conditions were, handicap inntch play
against bogey, the event to take place
nil three different dates of three suc
cessive months. Yesterday was thu
first day of competition.
T. OI1I has practically Rot the tro
phy on tlm tabic, fur It Is unlikely that
anyone will equal Ills ' line card of 8
up on the colonel In tho next two
Hluls. (Ull had u 3ti-38 for his rounds,
llvgey totals 82.
Following were tho cards:
T, (1111, 8 up; Jmiies UrelR, 1 iiK W.
Woon, 1 down; H. tl, Wilder, 2 down;
James l V'enwlck, 2 ddvvii; P. W. Kle
balm, 2 down; O. ', Horetisou. 3 down;
J. D. Mclncrny, 3 down; A. V. Kwnrt,
U down; John (lull, 4 down; 1 II. Arm
strong, Ti down; C. 1'. Morne, r, down;
(.. H. Welglit, 0 down; W. Hlinpson, 0
dovvn; II. II. Slnclulr, 7 down: W." U
Stanley, 8 down; C. O. Owen, 8 down:
M. A. Hohlusoii, !l down; It. A. Jordan,
!) down; J. o. Young, 11 down; II. W.
.Mclncrny, 14 down; J. J. Helsrr, U
down; (' (1, Hocktis, IS down; C. A.
Stohte, 18 down; II II Walker, 1', U
Wulilron. II Kocke, Joseph Andrude, no
COHEN MAY BE
Jon CoIkmi Ig out of tho "aimisomont
combine," his retirement from tho Ho
nolnlii Aiuiisetucnt Company hnvltiK
licon mado Homo days ago, and, nc
curdltiK to iciKirlH, ho will soon
launch a now theatrical venture
Mr. Cohen this morning declined. In
say what Ills future pluiw are, except
that llioy ara not ct entirely worked
out, It In reiiortcd that ho will open
a liuiiso In tho buildings tinder recou-
BtrVCtlnu on thu site formerly occtt
pled by the Club Rtubjos on l''ort street
"I can't sayyet Just wliut I'm boIiir
to do," said Cohen HiIh moritliiK, "Tttu
niH)rt thut I am u longer, connected
with tho llouoliitti Amusement. Cum
iany In correct "
Arthur' Duffey. former iimnteur
champion sprinter, thinks OeorRu Hoiu
Iuir will lower Alfred Hliiu.bb's lecord
of ti minutes V 3-0 seconds for two
miles probably ut the Olympic games
WHAT HAS BECOME
OF ISLAND SWIMMERS
AND THEIR MANAGERS?
No Word Received From Pitts
burgh as to Result of 500
Yard Race Saturday,
What has happened to Hawaii's rep
resentatives ut the national swimming
championships? Dhl tlenoves fullow
the example uf Duke Kuliunatnoku mid
do Ids swlipinlng on the bottom of the
tank, or has smoky Pittsburg snuffed
the pair and their uuimrou manager
and companions out of existence?
Thtse are the iuestluns thut the men
who planned und llnunced the swim
ming Invasion of the Cast are nskliig,
und asking rather peevishly nt that
Tho luo. yard championship was sched
uled for last Haturday night This
was llcnoves' piluclpal race, mid It
was thought that Duke wuuld also try'
his luck in It. I'ii tti noon today John
F. Hoper of tho locnl A. A. U with
whom thu swimmers were supposed to
keep In touch, had heard absolutely
nothing of the race. It Is possible Hint
the event was postponed, but rutin r
unlikely, as weather conditions would
have no bearing oji un Indoor compe
tition. In any evynt, n cable was ex
pected, and why II hasn't come Is a.
Honolulu footed the bill to send a'
manager and a sort of official "Jollier"
along with the swimmers, making the
party four In ull Instead of the two
originally suggested It's too bad If
me of the four can't find time to dash
on" u cable tu the men who are paying
the piper, and who am anxious to know
Just how mutters stand. Unless ad
vices are received some tlm today, a
cable of Inquiry, with Instructions to
'tend to business, will probably be sent
to Malinger Lew Henderson mid Chief
Companion "Dude" Miller.
The llrst of the three dunl meets
which will precede the annual trl-
school nthletlc championships between
I'uiiaiioii, Kninehnniehn'and MrKlnley,
ti helmr held this afternoon, l'unahou
and Knnifhauioha comlnir together on
Alexander Field. The Bliowlnpr of both
tiiimi will be closely wntclied by ev
cry one In touch with Interscholasllc
athletics, mid .McKlnley especially will
have Its rnll birds out In force, to get
n line on the form of both Its rivals.
l'rom a rough comparison nt the two
tennis. It looks as though 1'iiliuhou hud
u slight advantage. In weights und
sprints Onhtl lias the edge, while; Kaui
Is strong In Jumpers and distance men.
The meeting Is scheduled to sturt lit
2 .10 o'clock.
EDDIE PLANK PITCHED
GREATEST GAME KNOWN
'Hddle I'lulik pitched tile greatest
game In Hie recent world's series he-
tween the (Hants nnd Athletics that
this gmno of baseball lias ever known."
This declaration, coming from Clarke
(Irltllth. the Washington munuger, can
be given u deal of value, for Orlff bears
a. reputation of havlliR been one of the
brainiest pitchers In the country and
knows somethlnR of the art of hurling
Hie horsehide. Griff goes on to explain
that he means that l'lunk pitched tin
most finished game, taking In alt tho
technicalities und the lfku of the pitch-
1MB box;, Jim! It Is certainly a Matur
ing compliment In pay to the Athletics'
veteran left-hander .
'Plank really worked to perfection,"
continued (Irlff. "ile hud terrific speed
und his curves broke to a nicety, ills
side arm delivery was very baffling nnd
save for an error of the outfield Hut
veternn would have scored a shutout.
I have seen games In which pitchers
struck out more men and did more
sensational pitching stunts, but for
some vvondcrful Hitching which took
advantage of the Opposition nt every
turn of tho road, Plunk carried oft the
"Plnnk hud the Giants bewildered at
nil limes. They did not seem, to know
where the ball was coming, nnd their
efforts with tho slick were woefully
weak. 1 liavo seen tho (Hants, in ac
tion, too, nnd know that when u pitcher
gets them In thut condition he was go
ing snjne little twirling."
"I AM ,S0 NERVOUS"
How many tlmeH have you heard
that expression from wife, mother or
sister. In nine times out of ten, ex
treme iiervousnenH u woman Is caused
by un unhealthy condition of the fe
I.ydla 10. I'lnklmm's Vegetable Coin
pound nets promptly und thoroughly
In audi cases. It strengthens (he
nerves und muscles, heuU JnHumnm
tlnn .and restores tho feiifaje system
tu it normal healthy condition,
Beo "Peloimifj Jack," tho, Pilot Fish,
on duty. The 'cli'ittce nf a llfotlmo.
Opern House Tuesday evening Feb.
Arrangements Completed For
Games Between Local and
Kauai Two-Man Teams.
Y. M. C. A. DOWLINQ LEAGUE.
P. W. L. Pet.
Str,aa.9iri 18 1 4 .777-
Oahui 15 10 G .CCG
Honolului IB 12 C .CC0
Brumwick-Balke .18 10 8 .555
Laatl Club 15 7 8 M0
Players 18 ' 7 11 .3S3
Dank of. Hawaii ....12 3 9 .250
Cosmos 18 3 15 .1C6
The two best bowlers of Knti.il, who
a short tme ugo Issued a hrondenst
challenge to rn)l any two-man team
In the Islnnds. will get their chance, u
match having been arranged betwetn
Mnscr mid U'olters of Llliue, und W1I-
llmns mid Whine, the local cracks who
roll with the Honolulu. The gmne
will be pla)ed by wireless eltliir Sat-
urday, March 22, or March !, each
teum rolling on Its home ullejs. The
match will be mi endurance ulTalr, each respousll1e nrg.iulx.i,tloii would pro
ma n rolling twenty games. Tfils will mote a swImniliiR meet under P A A
be a real test of IhjhIIiir ability, for sanction uiul Include a mutch race be
the Ioiir string leuves little chance for. tween himself and (b-noveu, he would
ii, llike w.ln
The Kegel Club of I.lhtie will send a
man down here to watch the local men
roll, und u Honolulu representative will
go to Kauai to perform a similar duty
there. Hesiills will he sent by wireless.
Saturday night the Hruuswlck-
Halkes took two out of three from the
Cosmos, ulthougli the loserH had tho
better of the totul plnfull by 3. Tliel
game was botli close uiul exciitnr;
Krankllu 120. lie 121
Wilkinson 171) 1M 115 4"S
Hough 110 173 127 41U
II Kcliinldl 1C9 16H ISS 473
II W !tuhliison..I37 14S 1C2 448
707 747 711 2163
II W noblnion..lt,C 14& 12'J 430
(luurd 144 17 174 497
C, II. Atherton ..124 118 120 3C2
Harter .1C! 1SB 138 4 Ml
Khavr H!4 138 11!) 421
760 73G 680 21CC
Franklin bowled himself out III the
For the Cosmos (luard lunl both high
score mid average 17 mid 105.
In till three games Uwiih left to the
lust frames to decide the winiiir
(luurd rolled a slur game Ile has
Improved u great de.il since breaking
Into thu game.
The Players will bo at their full
strength tonight ugulnst the 11-lt, und
It will he u light to a finish.
For the winners Wilkinson liad'lijllh
score. 179. and nvernge, 158. Schmidt
had Just two'plns less than Wlll.ejfor,
Tuesday the Blrugglers go tipiigalnst
the Cosmos, and unless they tuke two
out of three games, the Htrugelers will
cease to be league leaders.
If It. W. Ilobltnou would get In n'
little practise, he would no doubt make,
some of those hlgh-uverui:e men sit up
und tuke notice Ile bus thu goods.
H R H
WISCONSIN COACH NOT
N FAVOR OF NEW RULES
MADIHON; WW (-Coach John N
lllchurds of the University of Wlicon-
hln football team, believes that the
new rules adopted by the rules com
mittee In New York last Haturday
will work to the disadvantage of the
"Tho ihuugeH ure reactionary," lie
said, "and wdght, rushing und rough
ing have" again come Into their own
The rlinngo giving four downs to gain
ten yards emphasizes the plunging
piny thut will nut a. gain of two mid
one-huff yards', u'lid'ltMi. clear llmt the
open, hazardous ply will not receive
inucn attention irom teams in.u are
big' nnd nigged.
"The remavnl of tho restriction of
the forward pass on the goal lino was
done in that the .slam bam;' play
could score The killing of the one-
side kick will do away with the
chances that a clever kicking nnd re
covering leant have hail lurelofore.
and will enable the hlggir mid slower
baiks to do work In the open that
once required speed, nblllly courage
undhrnlns, MP Ii w hilt the I'ust calls
a nafer and suncr style of phiy"
P0MER0Y OF 'FRISCO
Coast Crack Takes Up Defi of
Local Distance Man and
Kaco Is Arranged,
Vinci nt Cinov'H will find a tough
nivliiimlne mutch awaiting him when
he return;! to the Coast. Whin hear
rlved in San Kmnclsco u couple of
wickc. ugo. be Intimated his willingness
to swim nenlust Walter Poinroy, the
Coast champion. Pomruy Jumped at
the offer, and the iiiuUh is us good as
The San riunci'co Call of I'ebruary
t Walter Pomioy, the Ol) tuple club
distance swimmer mid present holder
of the Paclllc Athletic Association linlf
I tulle championship, vcsterd.iy accepted
the' challenge Irmu.iI h) the Hawaiian
champion, Vincent Renoves, who Is
now spoiling on bin wny to the na
tional clmmplt,inhlpH ut I'lttelmrg and
Poiuroy noticed the challenge In the
Call veiterday inoruliii: nnd iinlckly
'should up ut the Call iilllie ready to
ni'cppt the dell. The well-known local
swlmmir hlnleil that If cither IlieOljin-
file club, the V M. C A. or an) other
Igl.idly meet the hJund cli.iuiplon on'
the hitler's return from the Halt,
Poniro) will In u very amiable frame
nf mind mid was so enthused over Ills
prospect Hint he went mi far ns to say
,. would allow KIh opponent to nanm
j t li- distance nt u half mile or. more,
nnd also that Cinoves call have th
prcf, r nee of n tank ur un open race.
a iwv between these men would be
n Idi; iilrugr.le; uiul whin? Pomroy'j
times are bitter over the halt inu
comse than the Hawaiian's. It must bj
reminihiriil that the Iih-jI man bus
.done ull bin evinti III u tank, wfille thj
Island champion Is used 10 swIuiinlDk
Ju optn wutir Tie turns In n Bwlin.
iiiIiir rate ut ull limes ure conducive' to
belli r times than u ntrHlghtuw-iiy,
l'omroy lais done Ids half mile In 12
minutes Gs i., condi. u ai;ulnt Oenoves'
13 inluuteu Zi 2-b reconds.
tt :t tx
- THE SPORTING
It is mi sin pi lie In note that thu
mainland paperu have Jumped to thn
ciiu;tuston' that the flout end of, I)uk
luh.iuuuioku's luine Is u titfe uf Ha
waiian nobility. The Hull Francisco
Chtouhle, In u story gjvliii; n short
sketch of the local swimmer's career
lo'd.ite, refirs to hint several times us
Tlie seniors of McKlnley High School
tool, off first honors In thu lutcr-clai.
truck meet held Hutllldjy list. Thu
sudors lopped a total of SO points;
while the sophs, Juniors und freshlet
were bunched In the order named with
20, ID and 15 respective ly.
'Houn llox" liar run has snapped un
t)iq c,h.ilh ii.fi! of Tony ibi Mello and
Muuuel'Vfihrul to run Koldler King u
teif-mlle relay i.ice. ll.irrnn wants to
meet the I'ortnr.uese speedsteri. at. 8
o'clock .this evening, He fays that
King In wllllm; to run. but that the
race must he for next .Sunday, as King
Is off for the Coast mi the transport.
The Colorado look Hie number of
the All-t'lilneM" ball team )eslerduy uf
tirnoon, tuld niimbtr being C to 1. The
navy scored iiuulu In the second game
of the' double-header, which went to
the Cullfiirulas, who won from the All
army team, r, to 3.
fiithlhr King won from Bailor Hlu
ineulhiil over tin mile distance yester
da) ufternoiiil. He gave a handicap of
CO sards and won by ubout jlko dis
tance. Clark (lrilllth suy that If be hud
not bci n signed to manage the Wash
ington chili for the coming mmhoii ha
Would have nude application to Presi
dent Tom Lynch of the National
Ijcuriio for n Job us umpire in order
to get even with Hunk O'Oay for soma
of (he past f.lh'Xancea.
Von must pel I he II u I let lu to
ircl the (.
The new pros Issue uf Hie II u I
let tit's 11)12 Industrial IMItlmi Is on
sate ul newslaiiils mnl lit Hie llulle
1 1 u oillic fur liflci'ii cents u c"i).
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