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CLOSE MATCHES IN
Light Is Poor In Late Afternoon and Two Matches 'Have to
Be Postponed J. H. Barnes and Jack Guard Play Whirl
wind Set Which Goes to Former 10-8.
4i1S J. H. Barnes vt. Guard (unfin
Sinclair vs. Dockus (unfinished),
SiOO Gray vs. K. B. Barnes.
Deerr vs. winner of Sinclair
Rome excellent Unnls marked the
second day of piny In the Willi Cup
tournament on the Heretnniu courts,
Tho way the games fell first nn one
Hide of the net and then on the olliir
111 .nearly ctirj' ninteh, proved conclu
sively Hint the hnndlcnp etuninittee
had been itbsoluttly correct 111 Its rat
lugs, and that tho platers wire ax
nearly on nn even fooling us It In
pot slide to bring them. .
The Unlit Ik atrocious In the l.itn
nfternoon at Ileretanla now, anil ItvvTll
proliuhly he two inontliH more before
It will lie really good. Ah A. U Cnstht
puts, the Kltuatloti, "You play inoni
by sound than by sight after fi
The third net of the tinnnlsheil Hln-
clalr-N'owell match wan plnved off
yesterday aflernnon, the former tak
LOCAL "GREEN ARCHITECTS" DIFFER
AinoiiB locnl Bolfera one nlwnyM
hears n etitaln umoimt of talk about
this or that hazaid behiK "unfiitr"nnd
Dome hole or other faloriiiK the. loiiK
drlir or the accurate npproaeber,
whichever It (tappum to be. Kery-
m bus IiIh own Idea about the
course, nnd I I'm a tmfii bit that If ev
ery plaer In the Country (.'lull was
allowed to go out and dentin n course
over the. Humu Hround, the remilt
would be nothliiK hut Kreent. and teen,
evry..'inHii' buvlncj'Ti illKtliu-tlyilirrvr'
ent lilen about their location.
Oiirdon Smith un In the London,
(llobe that nmonK the many worku of
Kolf Ktllt to be written In a ''Illstnry
or lliilf, Architecture."
If It were wrltti n by a strictly Im
partial person, with it Hense of humor,
we make bold to nay Hint It would be
lllu most enturtnluliiK book ever pro
duced on tlm Hiihjoct of the royal ami
aiielunt KanTc. The suhjivt Itself run
boast of mil autliiilty. Thero wan nn
huch thlut; an Kieeii architecture nnd
no kiicIi person ns a ureen architect
In the iilndl'rii sense, even twelve
ear ago They nro entirely rubbir
cored prodiietH Thn only colt archi
tect In the old days wax nature, and
when man laid out hln links for golf,
be merely selected the plater, that
Ri'i'lnni tu blin to be tho best position
for the holes, mid stuck his IIiirh In
them, without tiikiuic any special stock
(if the distnncrs from hole to bole or
of the bunkers andother hazards (liat
lay between them. V J
Good Old Days.. I J I
In this slmpla nnd rim-rent way the
enriy ku!H'I .oil iven in h
great variety und Incident,
never dullj nnd It ntver oi
early nolfeis .arrived at u course or
j and It never orcurrei) to
tho early sporUnien that the work of
nature coitld be Improved upon. The
Idea that1 thero tould be iiii)tbliiK "un
fair" about any haziinjs had not yet
occurred to tho Kolllni! enthusiast. All
our bijit seaside t nurses wcru orltf-
lually laid out on these simple line,
but ns tie early Kolfers had n kein
eyd for the ground i"'t tmlted fur
fiolflliff- purpoi.es, those who chme af
ler them bad to bo content w lllu tho
seLoiid best, and those who came after
them again with the third best, and so
It thus iiinw about that, at last,
ground had to be used wldch a not
suitable for i;olf In any respect, nven
If It was by the sra It wax lint und
featureless, but more often It was In
land, either agricultural nnil Intersect
ed by litdKex and dlUhcs, or p.irk-llko
nnd eovired with trees, The soil wan
usually loam or clay, It was then, In
the Kiittn pcrelin, era, that green co'm-
mlltecx sent for old Tom Morris nnd
lug Kit ami itiateh, 8-1. Tun more
matches were chopped off. In the nild-
ilte on account of d.irkncs, J, II
Barnes taking onu pet lu-8 off Jatk
tlunrd after whirlwind play li whleh
both men Kit .hard mid aeeurately, anil
Sinclair teudlng Ilocknx (i2, 3-nll III
the Harnex-dunrd nlfilr tho latter wan
hltllllt: lili scrvlcit villi tremendous
foree, and scoring many nceH off It
lie had Hnrnex working like a home,
lint thu latter vvus a hit steadier at
the cntr-tind Just mnnaRed to mnu out
tho dividing game.
tieerr has now' reueheil the scml-d-ii.'iIk,
and thin afternoon's play will
bring three other men Into thin round
The llnulx will prohalil) he played Sat
urday afternoon, and the cliiilltugf
round. In wlileh the winner of the
tournament will meet A. I., ("untie, will
he played Monday uftenioun.
Deerr beat Dowsrlt. li-t, .fi-4: Sin
clair beat Now ell (0-8, 6-3), fi-4: Ciray
beat Itlclmrds, 2-, 11-3, G-4; K. II
llarneH beat MucuuLiy, 7-6, 6-4; J. II.
Humes leads au.ird, 10-8; Sinclair
lends Hock us, C-3, 3-3.
Tom Dunn These worlhlM did their
best with the materials at their coin
nuiid, and If they failed, It must not
bo forgotten that they were set to do
something that had iiewr been done
before, and they had not the advan
tage poxuexsed by the modern green
architect of profiting by the mis
takes of their predecisolx.
Hut when the rubber-cored ball
came In there was nothing short of.
u revolution In green architecture. It
Is true that for some, time there hud
been it tendency not only to lengthen
courses, but to nuiku holes of Mcrcn
typed Ivngthx In accordance with tbe
dogma that thu only correct leiigthx
for holes arc it full shot mid Its mul
tiples. Hut the ruhhor-iorcd bnllx
gate ii stimulus to tho desire for
length, and teex were put back nnd
holt's put forward to satisfy It. It
was found, ,how ever, that these alter
ations deitroyed all tho character of
holes. The hazards were all In the
wrong pint ex. Then arose the green
architect. I In declared that thu haz
ards were unfair, and proceeded to
demolish them nnil make others In
what he considered the best position
to guard the new featureless putting
greens. Ho even inntle the liunkersor
regulation patterns, mid so placed them
that thu long-driver bad perfectly
dear path from tee to hole. A dread
ful inoimlony fell upon the game. It
was practically reduced to driving nnd
pulling and all the variety ami Incl-
dtut ,f the old golf were banished.
Meantime the ball-makers bad not
been Idle. They now produced it ball
which ill live so tnr that all the green
architects' car,efully measured system
of holes nod bunkers tumbled down
like it house of cauls. They could not
lengthen tho holes because there was
no more land available, so they dug
out n great many more bunkers and
placed them closer nnd closer to tho
holes, so nx to prevent players from
doing tint holes ill too few strokesl
They 'are now even talking of par
tially reinstating the cross hunker.
which formerly they disfavored with
bell, book and candle. They say that
ley so doing they are keeping even
with tho hall-makers, but they do not
consider what they are doing with tho
poor gblfers, or with the poor gtuno of
golf. That Is the position today, nnd
It must bu conceded that the historian
of golf nuhilecluro b.is plenty of mm-
Urlul for his llrst volume. What new
developments are III store nn one can
fort tell, but unless sonio stepi nro
taken to limit thn driving powers of
the hall the lot of tho golf architect
In Urn near future Is uppulliiig to con-
THREE IN A ROW
Set Two Now Alley Records
and uome Within Sinking'
Distance of Stragglers,
Y. M. C. A. BOWLING LEAQUE.
Brunswick. Balk. .....21
Laeti Club ....10
Player. . , 21
Bank of Hawaii ....15
the Hank of
The Honolulu louhl
taut nli;lit'H KerleM from
Hawaii without extendlnit tbemele
ro iniieli, but they felt like knoeklnn
em lion n, lino nem liuer Hie un ,
from the start. Itesiill, two new al
Tomorrow the IiIk iIoIiirb will be on,
When the' "V" team nets after the
leaKue'n pick. It wouldn't be a mr-
pile If the "W" UKKreiratlon piiHBeil '
the I'SOO mark for total pin-fall,
l-ixt nlnlit'x mores: ; l
Wlnne 219 167 1C
Scott 177 133 13J
dear 148 182 178
Helm llu 1C4 llU 129
Wllllaini 1K1 17'J 1C:
nDl sIS 717
HANK OP HAWAII "
lloogs 14S 173 I4U
NuttHge 149 1C8 1M
1 l.i ! ley 89 17C 1CS
i:. Clark 149 118 119
Dummy 141 128 134
The "expanding ball" was In action
again Inst night.
Not Inge's front name is I'ercy.
lolls u lovely ball.
After the game there was it "finan
cial" dispute. Who payxV etc.
Tbe Hon say they
the Stragglers got In
can't see how
Tor the winners. Wlnm had. both
high score and itverage, 219 and 181.
"Should 'n bit It." The nlr I full
of that talk. Who started It 7 Hunt.
Tor the Hnnktrs Ilalley bad high
score, I'll, while Nnttitge had thn dest
The I'l.ijcrs team will
cued by thu addition of ('
er the Hankers disband.
Tbe llnnoluliis took nil three games
from thu Hankers last evening nnd
iiifo broko two alley records, single
game and grand total pin-fall.
Tho Williams nnd Wlnne aggrega
tion or lightning ball nnd pin manip
ulators w 111 have n good show in their
little "thcntrlcur stunt with the Ku
Although last night wax thn Onto
announced for the CO and 100-ynrd
national swimming cbnmidousblps nt
Chicago, no word wns received here
up to noon us to thn performances of
Duke Knluinainoku The local A A.
IT. men uiid othtrs vviui Interested
themselves In raising the fund to send
the swimmers und their numerous
mnungerx liist, nro at it loss to ex
plain the long silence. Not a word
hnxlicen recvved fiom tie party since
they left 'Honolulu.
V. C), W'ebster, n ' Sunday school,
teacher of I).illav Ore., gavo bad
checks at Portland to get money for
his honeymoon, but, out of sjmpathy
for the bride, Websterls vlrllm de
clined to prosecute.
Honolulu Dancing Academy
Opens March 12' at K. of P. Hall
KIWAUO TAI.HOW", Instructor
Waltz nnd Two-Step taught In ten
lessons. Class fee, IS. Hucl.ll Dance
given evtry Tbursday night. Moose
and friends cordially Invited. Private
lessons given. For particulars address:
P. 0. BOX 475
l 39 Merchant Street
I HAT r.AUP III DAI1
IN41 mm l.fMII
Well Known Wrestler Who
Trained Here Hasn't Met
Dr. R6ller Yet.
Joe Carroll, the wilt-known wrestler
w)it wan III Honolulu for n nuinbir
I of nionlln and who, nfter eomlltluiilni;
!,mf 1r,, 11Illl(r ,ll0 klful li.in.ln
,)f nv.,1,.,,. i,,.(,. Huron, went to the
,,,,, , cnnJ ( . ,, , r
,, r HoUr, ha been liailiiR roine
lnr,l ,,, illnt .r,.-,!!,,!,.,! ,, ,,,!.
ponetnent of all IiIh planx.
A Klliiht bruliie to niKiirm, recited
white tralulnir on the mat here one
,il.iy. did not bothtr him until months
nfterwnrd, when be wax lit bin home
, ,ttl fr nir,(lnn,. T.n thelirm
begnn to swell. Joe went all the way
In the Coast to be out rated on by it
"'" skilled Seattle surgeon, and was laid
",".up III the boxpltnl for several wetks
6?!! ,ll',, tM""-'t "II bis plans for getting
' .revenge on I)r. Holbr, and Carroll will
""'.not be ready for the mat for sevtral
weeks yet Meanwhile It Ix said tint
""' i Holler has avoided him noticeably, iil-
wuys UMiugllig tu bo. out of the towns
that Curroll Visited
According to news from mainland
wrestling funs, the mat game Is full
ing Into disrepute Vtry fast. Theeuu-
I tinned nestings betuwu u Utile group
of wrestlers such as Z.ylmko, Halce-
v Icb, the Hullan; Mahmout, Jack
I.eun, Iloonc), Joe Hogerx and a few
others have made the ganiu smell vtry
bad. dutch has announced his retire
ment three or four times, but evtry
time thorn wits money 111 sight he
came luck Tim othtrs wrestle around
the country from Kansas City to Iluf
falu, und few bouts are uu the siiuare
Wrestling W i1 of the crookedest
sports In the world In the bands of
men who are unscrupulous, but so long
as the publle will fall for the bum
matches,-they ,vv III be pulled off
"ALOHA OE" IS
HIT IN STATES
That "Aloha Oe," Haw-all's fnmuui)
song. Is becoming known from line
end of tlio Stales In tho other and al
though not a clanalc, tin Judged 'by
musical standards, ll Is now hclng in
cluded In most of the classical pro
grams, Is tho word brought by Maur
ice Jourdiiiie, leader of tho opefiltlc
quartet that scored a big lilt nf'iho
Liberty theater last night :ii:d who Is
well known In Honolulu us nno of
thaso InstriiuifiittiMii obtaining relief
for Captain Sam last vcar after tlio
wreckor tlio Mol V.'alilno.
"1 was struck with the sotR when
1 wns here' before,"' ho said, "and
thought Hint It would bu n good thing
ln.liiolado in my program. I took It
back to (lie .Coast with mo and til-
though wo wcro n llttlo doubtful
about it at first there was no need
to bo, for wo srori'd a Mr lilt Willi It,
Allhouxh It Is lint n classic: there is
n woiidcrfiil richness In tlio slluplo
mcitsiy tiini grips peopio nun iioiiis
tlicm until the last nolo dies away.
Its spread throughout tlio Slates
has been wonderful. It-vvlll nover, of
course, bd what Is known ns a "isipu-
lar" snug hut nil tho good singers are
taking It up nnil jcni would bu sur
prised to llnd tho number of times
that It Is being placed on highly clas
sical programs. 1 tried It hark in
Now Yuik nnd It mndo a. big hit. The
papers commented on it and gave
iiilto n tot of rpaco to the fact that
the words were written hyf()uccn I J
lluokalntil, nnd this was copied by
other papers. Wherovor wu go now
Hawaii gels a boost, for all want tit
know something; about the song writ
ten by a real queen.
"When we go cut to Australia at
mo cini or our rour weeks' season
heio wo are going to sliirj It. through
tlio cities there and I think that It
should score iitlto ns big it success,"
Jniirilano will be remembered in Ho
nolulu for Ills work In connect Icn
vvllli tho Captain Sum benefit, whon
through his efforts tho sum raised was
IIinlOMUO.I tl ft iilPirA n.li.t.t rTl...
:z, ::.,,." :r ...vm-
nigh scored .itlle a 1,11 ll.o re .,; .( iw ((m) lM,(.MlUonall).
he.,, on" "nMl,oeW;, Thi. "Uier ,u containing cuts und
lileh u ,h,rr7,rafm.0f ,,b0 """""diagrams of the stadium and attend
which Is the lirst of tho turns to up- , . ....
pour at the Liberty-nndor (ho new,""1 ,'u"'",m''
trrangimienl w lilt tlio Austialluii elr-i! ' . -.,-,--- .. y,- ,j J
rillt. weio Mnsrot of lln TroiiKi," itn nfi PilllC UrtDirUC
froln .M'llo .Modiste by Victor lie,--' C01US CAUIE HEDCHE
beitj "llaieirolle." Tales of HolTniaii, LWATIVIJ HROMO-QUlNINIi, re,
Offeiiliacli and tlio Sextet from l.url.t moves the cause. Used the world ovrf
dl l.iiiuiiiiimour. Jniiid'iiin Iris his to cure u cold In one day. fi. W.
wife wllh him mid also two oilier UROVU"! Miniature uu each box, Madi
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NIJVV YollK N V--Abreilute com
fort fur both pilots und parstngtrs Is
btlug provldeil for by the leading hi ro,
plane deslginrs nbioad Horace U.
Wild of the Aero Club of Illinois, who
leiintl) itlurnid from it visit to Eu
rope, has it bit of Inti testing tiling
to tell nf what be saw ut tbe tiero
Show In Paris. One three-passcngcr
inonopl.ine at the show had ctuborate
I) upbuliti oil seats, wllb linn-rests,
fiiot-vtnriuirs, wlnne beat wus rtcelvtit
Irom tbe exbaurt, anil speaking, tube
tor tominuiileatliiu betwetiif pnssen
girs und ilrlur In another mono
plane the drlvi r was cuvtred nil but
bis load with it thin waterproof hood
fastened to the edges of the cockpit
Willi easily re lewd glove clasps
Mr. Wild sas that Italy sent n great
many more utroplants out to thu seut
of wnr In Tripoli than wns politicly
ndmlttid With his own eyes the Chi
cago ntroiintit saw three carloads of
Hying machine! being shlpijed to the
front. He knows eighteen Nleupoutx
were purchased for the Italian army.
mid from what be afterward heard at
Ihe lib riot vtorks I convinced that ut
bast slxt) monoplanes mid biplanes
are imw available fur tbe Italian forces
In Africa .
How Many Hours?
l'onslbly tbe cumins: of the all-steel
machine mui finally lengthen the
life of thu aeroplane. Hut for the
presi ut practically the only steel ma-
thine available tiro tbe heavy type
ilt signed for military use. Naturally
the life of n machine depend largely
on the iiiallty of Its materials und on
Itx handling Tbe small single-seaters
exhibited nt the recent Paris salon by
sevtral Itrins nnd obtaliriblo for 11600
to I22H0, Mur Instance, can not In tbe
nature of things expect so long It life
as the morn solidly built und mora
expensive Dpex, On the whole. It I
prohably safe to glvo tin aeroplane a
life of from 100 to 200 Hying' hour,
subject, of tourse, tu Ihoiuugh over
hauling at repeatt d Integrals.
Colonel lliuittltaux of the French
aeronautical force. In, ncoccnLiCGin
inunleatliin llxed u ii.rlod of ttftv fli'-
Ing hours lis tbo life of Ibel'averugu
Itiacnrne, (but In thlh case lie ,vvas re
ft rrlng solely to, rross-co(intryworkj
nnd ullotved n further extended period
of utility for purely .atrodroine flights
Kvcu so, the estlnutte xetuis to err on
the side c(f. iilnlUe cHDjIon
There arc ll goud number of ma
chines still In use In the various
sellouts here and abroad that luutt
own to two or even Ihreii vears' con
tinuous service. However, tuklng thu
gulden ineiin nnd giving the literal;"
uiTuplatiu a life of ICO hours of cross
country ll)lng. this iih'ts it mileage of
7C00 Having regard to the absence
of such Items as the the, bill, such a
rrysult I by no inouiu unsatisfactory.
tt t; it
SI'OICANi:, Witsii. When members
of lilsj llovk discovered thnt Frank II
whitman, pastor of Hie Hope Congre-
Kntlnn.il church of Newport. Wush.,
pluved 111 the public billiard hall.vthey
complaliicd'to the CoiiKregatlonal mill-
Irters or rlpoknne mid us Iced for an ,
Investigation The beuilug disclosed
thnt thu preacher was thu champion
pueket 1.111 i r. t player nf the town and
buslntxs men tbreatemd to withdraw
their support from the church If be .
The luvtsttgntlug committee rec
oinineuded that pnslor.il relation bu
toiitlmied, and twenty-four new mem
bers vv'tre added to (he church lolls.
Croat tbluus can be, exjiepted front
n town which can lio.i( of broad
gauge business men of the kind rtt-
Copies of tbe progiaui mid general
regulatluus fur tbe Kloclthuhu Olym
piad li.ive been rccelml by fleorc Ho
dlek, Hwedlb consul nt lluiiululti On
account of the number of events und
"& w.i..i-nii..ii. m.
the procr.iiu Is it
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