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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. FRIDAY. JANUARV 4, 1918 SEMI-WEEKLY.
Seasoned National Guard Officer!
' Are iTauoht ; Rudimenti ; of
Modern Ue of Bayonet
. An old wr-dog. eaa be taught new
' trick, it was shows lsst aigbt when
majority of the Officers of tbe Fir
R;rtmeV Hawaiian National Guard,
frost the colonel do we to the most re-'.
rent! i 'appointed second lieutenant,
lenraed th regimes ts of the moot mod
era methods of using a bayonet aad
that i to kill ,
' At tka Irat aMaioa of the newly ca
labllehed officers aehool of Instruction
at th armory, aad following a heart
!. to heart talk ia the officers' room,
Where Captaia Witsell, U. H. ia-petor-iaitraetor
of tho iruard, told tha
OlSrora'what Waa aiparUd of thwa on
dr tha aaw oaditWaa aad where their
duty lr. i above all tha aead for
diacipliov, work waa begun. The ofl
eera reeeiv'ed the talk la the apirlt ia
whkh it 'waa (ivea aad all, laelvdiag
Brig.-(Wa. 8. L Johaeoa, iadieated that
the aw year-and a aew era for the
reard had arrived, aad they looked
forward to learning the aew drill dowa
to the roots.
Thee followed the aeaembling of an
aautnal eompaay of aiea, for every oae
who eUod ia line carrying a rifle aleo
wore shoulder atarka of eommlarioned
Aire. - .They liood elbow to elbow, the
eoloael next to a aeeoad lieutenant, a
battalioa eoamaader aezt to a eaptaia,
aad a regular arary taptala dominated
Ihe eetire aitaatioa.
It waa bayoaet exercise under condi
tions developed en the bloody westera
- front and could have been termed
"mortal 'combat," for preeauttoaa
were taken that the gaard officers did
not bayoaet each Other, aad the leath
er tckbbarda were, therefore, kept over
the ateel jpointa ta avoid accidents.
The' old bayoaet ' exercise kaa been
east into' the discard. It , waa very
pretty in the. eld days to aea a company
doing the bayoaet exercise. It waa all
so slift and formal. - Today it ia quite
the opposite aad eertaialy aot formal.
The very attitude the men were told
to afttuma - waa pna ; of extreme ag
gresniveaeaa aad the run and bayoaet
thrust far . forward,, instead of being
krM close te the body.
.The Instructor did aot tell tka offi
cers that every motion added to an
other spelled the word "Kill," but ia
plain truth that is what ' the entire
regular and National Army is doing
today -aad every day,' learning to uae
the bayoaet to kill iluns. Instructing
oUicera tell .the men aader their om-
mnnd the scheme, so- Jlatly .and so
.boldly that on oae eccasioa a member
of the flrst 'Beeerve Officers' Traiaiag
Cmp fainted ia . ranks., The officer
toi l then the bloody use y whlththey
vie expected to put their bayoaet aad
bee it started for a man, never U
. withdraw it but keep.it going until
it criuixed through the JUon aat kileed
him. . .' '- c.Xj .
.The effitere will be kept at bayoaet
work for eome time. They are expect
ed to become proficient ia a short time
so that they ia tera may become ia
struct ere' for' the men of their com
mands.' General Johaeoa was preeeat
and.. ander instructions is to aet as
critic during tka f school instruction
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Without any notification whatever
from the lateraal revenue department,
locally or from Washington, the Hono
lulu Brewing and Maltiag Company
-commenced brewing beer on New
Tear' Day se that it will have its al
eohol onteate reduced to 84 percent.
The former alcohol contents ranged
from IK to 9 percent.
"We began this system without any
notification whatever from the revenue
fflcV' eald General Manager Bt. C.
Fayre , yesterday. "The President's
.roclamstion covers our action, of
course, aad I presume a proclamation
is as much an order as one from tha
revenue department, but suppose we
had not aeea that proclamstioaf
, ."However, we are glad to aet ia ae
' rordaneo witk the 'government's re
"We- are also regarding the part of
the proclamation wkieh requires us to
tine only seventy percent of the amount
i f train . formerly used for maau
m luring our product, We will have
to, make our returas monthly. Just
liow we will arrivo at the method of
dftermlnlng that we are using aeveaty
t ercent msteaa at tne hundred pereent,
Lis not beea worked out, but will prob-
siiiy do pasea oa the agures or eon.
sumption, cr grata ror the past year.'
CANDY AND APPLES
;iJ-6!yEN TO PRISONERS
Tue" 8ejvatioa Army vesterdar af
terneon Tentembered the city's rbargei
at the county prison with half pound
VNckseee of eaady aad big ruey apples
llis. Adjutant , WWst conducted the
.wrtyv Tho appreelation shown by the
recipient eould not have been greater
or more wholesome. . They were almost
oven'ome with thankfulness, and ex-
pressed ' It by giving nn impromptu eon
icrt op atringed instruments, snd by
singing., ' t;- i;
CNE DAUGHTER WEDDED,
ANOTHER IS ENGAGED
Trt ' nirtnnt nnnouneements eon
reruing popular Honolulu girls were
j inixU' yesterday' by Mr a Belle Jones,
one being the announcement of the en
ui'inent of her daughter Margaret to
. J. lloward Worrell of this city, aad
the-ether the ''wedding of her other
dnuehtrr, Catherine Bay, to Assistant
ruyniaeter Kussell Lowell Kirhsrds, V.
x. N at Oreat Neck, Ing Island, on
,NovMif U, lir, Mr. Worrall is
, T.r'hiislng. agent of the Hawaiian
I iueu(iple Company. 1
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ALCOHOL IN BEER
M'PIIEE SAYS HE'S
PAu VITI RAClilG
Will Not Enter Hi Horses Again
In Any- Meet Held By
Anirus McPkea, of Maui, well known
Islsnd horeemhn and, torf , enthasisst,
will aot race any more of kis animal
oa a Honolulu traek, at least aot while
racing bero la conducted under tho ane
Dice of the Hawaii Polo 4 Baeing As
The Valley Islander mad kin stand
clear on New Tear' aight, following
the superb fiasco over wear waa to
have beea the featuroraca at, Kplolf
Park between kla Mary Jay," Mrs. AKcek
K, Msefarlsne's rioreneo Koberts and
Louis Wlnrrha'a Vmpqua, -
Mr. McPhea waa so out ud over tka
affair that ho left in.tko Mauaa Kea
yesterday morning for his Maui home
and left orders that hi horsea should
bo ahipped to him by the Claudine to
morrow aftorfaooa. . '
Against Katckt Bice) '-'
His stand makes It Impossible to
stage a special raeo oa Saturday be
tween tho three speedy animals, al
though tho raeo may bo pulled off be
tween rioreneo JKoberts ana umpqum.
With Mry Jay out of lt.ehe being tho
winner in the Cbristmas Day race, ovea
after Cmpqua got a two-length lead
of tho flel4 at tho start, a raeo be
tween anlv two- dlsoutsats will full
rnr anort 01 aeixiing ui originns yui'i
It seems likelv. kowever. thst' Flor
ence Boberto and Umpqua will' fight
it out oa Saturday afteraooa aa steps
are botag take to kava aaotket mule
race, aot forgettlag tho , genlemea
riders, and boasiblr aa event botweoa
Lahoaton Water, Beorlla "and Golden
Spray, witk the same gentlemen Jock
eys up.' MorO aaoa. " y
McFboa's Iocided Btaad -L
The mile raeo, today," ssif ITr.
MePheo on New Tear's night, "I'dont
eonsider a race at all. It might avo
beea. in a eouatry .where they hold a
largo number of meets a year and have
quite a number of horse la each. meet.
- "But we in tho Island bero hay but
a few meetings a year aad only a few
horses and cannot afford to purchase
raeo stock kt fancy prices aad iraia
them at groat cost for on or -two
meets a year and thea have them loft
at tha poet. ' '. T ,
"A far aa I am concerned ia regard
to tho milofraee this afteraooa aad tk
deeinioa.of tho judges thnt it waa-a
real start, I am not sore. I am posi
tive tho three horses ar tko beet and
speediest in the Island today and the
race waa to determine which one .would
win and it should kavo beea aaybody'
raeo until the winner eamo aader tko
Wiro..-' - -. . ; . . ;,-,u
Ko Obiaeo for Their Money , ;
"Ia thi race, However, aeitker Mrs.
Maefarlane aer myself kad a ekaac
for oar money. This was due entirely
to. tko extremely unsatisfactory stsrt.
a far a I am concerned personally
aad unlee tko three home are given
aaother ekaaeo ia this raoo aad for tho
an me purse. III say to tho general Jralr-
lieo through The Advertiser that am
absolutely through, wit tho racing
game ta HonaluM while conducted joy
those now ia charge.
"Ever since I have beea ia the Is
lands, a matter of ten years, I kave
beea in tho racing game for tko sport
and recrentioa one eaa get out of .it.
If it isn't possible to owa a raeo kore
and run him in a real true sportsman
like Way the sooner the people, inter
ested ia the .racing game here quit the
K.T . sill all K
Wot lore At All, Oh Wot
"I want every one to underetand
that I dont feel that there was hay
job or under-handed work in thin xailo
raoo today, and that I don't blame tao
judges, starter, jockeys or anybody also
concerned, but I do think that after
oeveraj month or hura worn trailing
our horses that we ought to kavo aa
opportunity to show our ability as
trainers aad horsemen, and in a ease
like today's race I don't feel that we
"I want nil to know that I feel that
Mary Jay would have been a clone con
tender in today's race, aa probably
Florence Boberts would also have beea,
if there had beea anything like aa
even start. What I mean by all thi
ia that if I doa 't get an opportunity to
rnn this race all over again I wnat t
local race horse people to figure mo out
of the game here forever.
"Since the race this afteraooa a
Dumber of propositions have beea lut
up to me to have a match race, but I
doat feel that that would be satisfac
tory. Vf were out today to rua this
race properly, and the public paid its
money to see it, aad I feel that there
was keea disappoinment. The attend
aaee -certainly ehowed its displeasure
ia aa unmistakable meaner. ,
''My personal opinion is that Mary
Jay ia the fastest and bet ,; hqyse
of the three, but I don't care to prov
that by a aide bet pr a match race, as
I eonsider thnt would be more a matter
of personnl thnn public interest. The
whole thing is that the public paid ite
money,, mainly, to see this race, and
that- it wae absolutely disappointed.'"
Mr. MePhee then announced that be
wnn returning in. the Mauna Kea in the
moraine to kla Maui home, whick k
did yesterday, and thnt lii horses were
to go in the Claudine tomorrow, never
to rnce again on a Honolulu track un
der its present, manageennnt '.or owner
HILO LOOKING FORWARD
TO GAME WITH HONOLULU
HI I.O, December 25 There Is talk
of a football game to be played on Hun
day, January A, next,'beweeu a Hono
lulu And Hilo team, as there will be a
crowd up from the capital city at that
time to take part ia tke big relay
raeo from the volcano -to Mooheau
ftHRJUVKPORT, I-ouisisus, Derembet
f4 John Pnul Jones snd A. W, Baird,
member ef tbo New York Clients, and
I'rnnk Carmody of tke llttsburgh Na
tional kave enlisted ia tho Navy.' .
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LIST IS COMPLETED
OF pi flfi'iBERS
Thoroughness t Campaign For
J Red Cross" Shown "In Large1
j V Result. On Valley Isle;
; Tke good Wulti of the :Maul cm-
Klg'k for Bed Cross Christmas meat
rahips are aeea in the report made to
Chapter headquarter, by Harold Bice,
hairmaa of the Maul committee. , Mr.
Blee reports 11,454 members and does
paid of 1854.00. ...
, Thirty percent Of Maul resident ar
iowoearoUed a members of tbe Hono
lulu)! Hawaii Chapter. Practically -all
tUm IL.b M1..M1. IJ. J-1 1
plantation managers alike, joined dur
ing the Christmas campaign, and there
are also a large- number of women
members. -.. ' .-. .!', w J
The Mnni report ' include Motokui
and Innl aa part of Maui county.
Melokai sent la a total of 436 member,
not elnsnified, aad M55.00 lav dues.
George P. Cooke handled tbe Molokai
campaign with thojtaaistaneo of a few
Others, aad tho 1 work - waa" well done
Vfhea tho small number of Molokai resi
dents 1 compared to . tho very largo
percentage of Bed Cress memberships
gained. ,:' s.
. The little Island of LaaaJ oeat In
thirty-one annual' membership, which
must include practically every one on
he Ulead. Tho Maui results have been
abulated by district by Mr. Bice. , f
uunene has tbo distinction of hav
ing tho greatest number' of member
ships, having 2044 members, classified
a 1307' annum, w 54 ' mngumne, and
tweaty-onefirontributing. Owing to the
large number of annual members, the
dues from Punnene are not an greet aa
those rrotn fain, which ia fourth la
rhnk for wembersbip.' Puuneno due
amount to 12984.00. . ... ' - ,.' . v t
. Lahaina is next in members,' with'
$065, divided Into '1031 annual 412
ningasine, eleven', contributing,' aine
Sustaining, .aad 1 On ' life. ' The dues
were 02660.00. The aext ia number is
Wailuku, with 2034 members,' he fol
lows! .1727 nnnosl, 277.' magasine,
twenty contributing and nine sustain
ing.' The does . of , Wailuku were
2471.00. . ;'.
Paia has 504 annual, 1020 magaxiae,
eight contributing, ' three sustaining
and eigh life members, a total of 1545
members, with due of $30l'6J0,' the
largest financial contribution of ' any
Maul district. Hana kaa 909 annual
and eight magasine members, a total of
1007, with 10 15.00 duee.
There are 423 annual, SIS mngaaine,
aad eight eontributing member in
Haiku, a total of 643 members, and
$887.00 ia due. Kahului ha 471 mem
bora, 392 annual, sixty-five mhgaxino,
twelve, eontributing and two. sustala
idaT, with-duea of 0602.00. ,
Makawao ha 207 annual, nlaety-ftve
asagasino,) seven . , contributing, threw
Mtainiag - and eight life member,
making 221 la all, with $862.00 in due.
Kula hae 200 annual, thirty-sis maga
sine, four contributing aad five cue-1
taiaing members, totaling 240,; with
a nee paid in of $342.00. There were
eleven non-resident members, -aovon aa
aual aad four magasine, paying dues of
$16.00, nd donntlons of $13.00, bring
ing the financint result up to $15,
554.00, , v
SAN FRANCISCO HELPS r
"BYNG THE KAISER"
SAN FRANCISCO, December 1
"Help Bvng the Kaiser", printed on
eigne near army enlistment office
hero, has tended to increase tb num
ber of recruits, gained for military
service, army officers said today, aiaoo
tho British successes in the region of
Cambral, which were directed by Oea.
Sir, Julian Byng. '
REDS BUY BLACKBURN '
CHICAGO, December 16 August
Herrmann, president of the Cincinnati
Nationals, closed a deal here today for
the purchase of Rutwll Blackburn, a
shortstop' with the Toronto club of tbo
International league last seaaoa.
Blackburn, who formerly played with
tbe Chicago Americans, was sought by
sever) other clubs. The purchase price
waa aald to be in excess of $6000. ' '
You can make Excellent Cake
with Fewer Eggs
Just use an additional, quantity of Royal Baking
Powder, about a teaspoon, in place of each egg
omitted. ,t : .
This" applies equally weH to nearly, all baked
. fexxis. Try the following recipe as an example:
. CREAM LAYB CAJCC .
1 ts sussr
1 ens mil
2 cup Hour
4 tMwoons Royal Bakln PloSW
Uakea 1 Largo
DIRECTION Crm th
r Slftlutha Beiu and ha. tn mamiA
II te the mlttiira. OrsduaUr adit Iks
! s smooth pour battar. Add tha
cako tins and bako in a modaratalr
vrora ruusg sua cover toO.aa
. The old method,
Ttew book of recipe which
expensive ingredient mailed
Powder Co., 135 WUlian 8t,
Mad from Cream of Tartar, derived from crapes
No Alum No Phosphate
NcW Order Went Into Effect At
Midnight Monday ;
Departing psasengera on the Inter
Island steamer Manna' Kea which sail
for' Hilo 'at . ten o'clock thi' morning,
will be unable to ttkVd Off 'chsiehnees
by ranking to the ban the minnto tka
vessel leaves the harbor, for tho aew
order forbidding the sale of liquor on
all skip of the fleet went Into effect
at twelve o'clock Monday night. It
wn said thnt when the Mnuaa Kea
ssleo- from Hild'ba ne'rfasi Dbmeward
voyage there were only fifteen bottles
of beer aboard, all of whlck was aolj
shortly after departure from' tho Bij
Islaad port. ' ' : V . ( ';;'. :
' Moot of the passenger nskered ' la
tke new ' year with a sleepy yawn, for
the absence of liquor aboard, waa giv
en general circulation long before the
midnight boor. There were ono or two
calls tor liquid refreshment but when
it waa learned none wna to bo bad at
any price, everyone retired within a
few minutes nftef the steamer' big
whistle aanouneed the birth of the
new year... . v . . r
One of the officers -of tho Mauna' Kea
eaid yesterday that ' It wa the first
time ia the history of the flagship that
not a soul waa to be Jound ia tho mob
ing room after twelve o'clock. 1 '
"It will certainly bo kard oa tke
Hilo merehsnts," said one maa yestsr
day in commenting on the company 'a
latest order. ."Where ia the past it
h generally required at least- 'two
days for drummer .to recuperate from
tho effect of the voyage before doing
nny work, tkey will aow arise from a
good night's sleep and be aa tho job
nenrry as enrly a the merehsnts them'
selves. You may aot appreciate it, but
I have known times whea there were
a many an forty drummer aboard the
Mauna Kea at one time, and just imna
iae .turning this number , loose among
a no newness men every Thursday
morning." 1., -r
v No mora liquor! will, bo sold by the
company hereafter oa any of Its vesaels.
Only one bnr has beea' maintained and
officials say no attempt was ever made
to operato.it at a profit, for only tho
neeommodntion of the traveling public
was considered: Thi waa on the Mao
nn Kea;' the largest passenger carrier
of the fleet. .
Stewards of other Vessel have keld
a federal , liquor . license and the eo
paoy has -permitted them to keep
supply ' oti liquor on : band, allowing
them any. profit which they might make.
But .thin will - no . longer bo tolerated
and any .employe who carries , liquor on
any luter-f stand vessel, either for sale
10 passengers r xor bis pvi use, wui
bo nummaQly discharged. .
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WAR HAS PUT CRIMP
, " IN PROFESSIONAL BOXING
; SAN FBANCISCO, December 24
(Associated Pre)-r A maa intereetml
in- profeeelonal boxing baa estimated
that, as a result of the draft, at leapt
ono thousand men who formed part of
tho regular attendance at the boxing
shows beld ia Baa Francitten no iorg.r
contributed - to the box office returns.
Aa tho average audience comprises be
tweea two. and three thousand speetn
toro la normal time,' the loss of from
one-half to V third of the "regulars"
has put a serious aick in the financial
returns of the promoters and, as a re
sult, the staging of these shows has
been considerably curtailed,
' OF YEARS AGO DEAD
NEWPORT, Kentucky, December 19
Albert Ducaee, who, a number of
years sgo; waa one of the best hnown
rnce rider on tho American turf, diej
nt his home here today. Ducase waa
forty-oae'vyeera of age. During his
career as a rider ke waa in the employ
of some ot the most widely knowi.
horsemen in the country.
t lniini sheHealnfl
1 ts esse aria
2 -La ror Cako
1 suaraadhafftaalBMtaMallMff.thM mis la the ess.
liadhM tmtm mm " 1 adk it
milk an heat wftb apoea aatU rea
Isooftaa. Poof into hultarod layar
bo ovea fcc e miBHtoa. Pat toaXkar
sMos wtth WMte at Km.
called for 3 eggs
economise In egga and other
free. Addreao Royal Baking
New York, U. S. A.
AWKWARD VILH01T IVILLARD IS READY
J - SURE MADE GOOD
Verrton GardeW. Kicked About
! Here andrThcre," Starred
. : In World'. Series y.,
"After you've had your cap of cof
fee in tke majors," Joo, Bill Pierey
said to Joe WUholt in tka fall of 1915.
Vwalt till.lSe'fjftieM m7 breakfast
ini llW'HiM back.''
T . That memorabiaspWtf wai 'made- tlT
the Vernon clubhouse Just arter l'lercy
bad been drafted by the New York
Yankee and WUholt kad been traded
to tho Boston Braves for a yard full of
player that did tka Tiger elub no good.
, Pierey. waa frank: ia expressing his
prophecy concerning ' uiex lanky mate.
Whether hia word about himself were
prompted by false modesty or a feeling
that k would not do la major league
company, no one " but Pierey himself
knows... But whet he aald about-WUholt
wa what most fan were thinking,
If aot aavlnc. ' . S
Wilhoit was by no meaoa a kid.
whea hi chance at a major league .ca
reer came. He waa well along in years,
though he acted like a youngster on tke
ball field. . ; ., i '
Ho waa the fellow, you know,' who
tried to field a ground ball out la right
field ono day and wa kit ia the eye
for ' kia pains. For ' weeks ho carried
with kirn, a brightly colored eye done
in shades of blue and black.
Was Hogaa'a Desperation
Whea he romped after a fly ball he
resembled a . flamingo flapping oa its
merry way. He eonlda't field, except
by aocident... Ho didn't know how to
play batters, or bow to- raa bases, or
how to give signal or catch them. He
drove poor Happy Hogan wild. "He
doesn't knew' Happy need to wall.
" Ho never will know.?' v v
. But Joe Wilkoit eould kit aad be
eould run. ' Wken ko .decided to work
those- long leg of his, be traveled.
Hully gee, tho way he used to go down
to firat base! t v
. Tko Boston National, decided Wil
koit i wa a major leaguer. AH last
year 'they Buffered bo change of mind,
playing him aa a regular ia the. out
field. This season their idea shifted.
The v asked, for waivers oa elongated
Jo. 1 ' '
"Ha!" guffawed tko wise onea. "It's
back to the minors for Joe and don't
forget that we told you o."
PHtaburgh refused to waive and Wil
koit became a Pirate. 'Well,'!' coin
mented tko wise ones, "he really isn't
ia tko majors now. Pittsburgh as a
matter of fact, just about dropping
w v" www. . . r it -
nuuoi; iiiun v,.mw tam x
bosses. . and thea the wiho ones did
chuckle. , Over nlgbt their 'chuckling
ebanged to consternstion, fsr the, news
came over tko wire thafJoba MeGraw
had grabbed the former Vernon gar
dener. Tha tone changed. ' Wilhoit was
dubbed tho luckiest of player. Here
he was getting on witk a champion
ship elub cutting in. on tbe world se
ries money whea managers of team
lihe the Brave! and the Pirates de-cid-d
h vTsn't eood eaoush.
Wilhoit bns made good. Hi bat
ting average for the year la a mighty
respectable one. Whenever ke geta the
chance he "goes great" for "MeGraw.
His temperament, it seems, demands
that be be On a winning ball elub. -
During the world aerie game in
Chicago, MeOraw sent Wilhoit in to
bat in a pinek. Ho hit into a double
play, but it only added glory to his rec
ord. For he connected for a sharp line
drive that happened to go straight at a
White 8ox in fielder, A few feet one
way or the other and Wilhoit would
have been a world eries hero. That's
baseball. The fact remains that lanky
Joe haa not fallen dowa on the job.
BEATS WILLIE JACKSON
PHII.ADFXPHIA, December 17
Frankie Callahan of Brooklya wa
Riven (he popular decision over Wil
lie Jackson of New York in a slr
round bout here tonight. In th first
round Jackson had the Brooklyn boy
In bad shspe, but he rallied in the
second and outfought the' New Yorker
for the remainder of tbe bout. Callahan
weighed 131 1-3 pounds and Jackson
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GRENADE THROWING IS
TO BECOME NEW' SPORT
CHICAGO, December IS Hand
grenade' throwing will become an in
tereolleglate sport if recommendations
itt Illinois, declare jt wa the duty
of colleges to promote this form -of
athletics because participants wouli
gaia valuable training for bomb throw
ing lu the war. Howard Jones of tke
University of low was elected presi
dent pf tc.x onfyence association.
AMERICAN BOXERS OUT -
OF LUCK IN AUSTRALIA
Australia, according to late advices
from that country,-and is seeking a
match with Jimmy Clabby. Frit Hol
land, well known her, bas quit boxing
and is now doing musical work on the
stage. Harry Htone of New York wan
recently beaten ia a twenty rouud bout
by lw Edwards. V
CANADIAN CRICKETER DEAD
OTTAWA, Ontario, December 19 M.
O. Bristow, a widely known Canadian
erieket player, died here today fol
lowing aa operatioa. - H wa a mem
ber of several Canadian erieket team
which anoeared ia th United State
I In International, matches. ( He wa 47
r a airs. . ,.',:-.,. , . .
TO DEFEIID TITLE
WiU Fight Any Title. Aspirants,
: ; Proceeds To Go To ' -?.
- Red Cross . :
CHICAGO, December J 7 Jes Wil
lnrd, rhamploa heavy-weight "prlro
Qghter, aanouneed'- tonight - that ko
would re-Onter tho prise . ring for -the
benefit of tho Red Cross. ' He deelared
he would defend kia title against any
person anywhere and any time, the
sols provision being . that all of- the
receipt should go to' th Bed Croee.
Willard said ho preferred that a
match1 be made for next spring, so that
it eould be held In th open air. - He
also deelared ko would manage hi end
of the arrangement himself in -order
that ao port of the proceed eould be
diverted from tbo purpose for Which
he planned. -, .
' The rhnmpioa will leava. for Wash
Inirton at once, ko aald, te confer with
officials of the Department of Justice
to leara if there wa any way ia which
moving pieturea of tho matek eould bp
shown legally, tbo receipt from the
picture also being pledged to tho Bed
"I am ready to teeelvo challenge
myself from aay , fighter anywhere,"
he said, "and. If a matek eaa bo made,
will go ahead on arrangement - at
onee. It would servo better if It eaa
be held when tho weather will permit
an open-air exhibition, as that 1 Iik
ly to Increase the receipt."
MINNEAPOLIS, December 17 Mike
Collins, manag4Kof Fred, Fulton, Mm
neaota heavy-wVSit,. tonight charac
terised aa inslnee I Jes Willard 'a offer
to defend his titlKagalnnt any fighter,
"Willard ia only bluffing' Collini
declared. . "On November 20, Fulton
posted $1000 forfeit and. gave notice
to Willard that unless the forfeit waa
covered by December .20 bo would
forthwith claim the heavy-weight
championship.' If Willard .'posts his
money and signs articles by that time.
Fulton, too, . will gladly donate hi
share of tho receipts to the Bed Cross.
Furthermore, if Willard eigne before
December W, Fulton will aend the
Red Cross a cheek for $1000."
Collin said Fulton ' would eall off
two scheduled ' matehes if Willard
would consent to meet him.
GOTHAM JUDGE SAYS
BAN ON BOXING VOID
NEW YORK, December 16w In di
charging today sizteea' men : arrested
at -, boxing bout la efubs, fither va
- (jorriBan questioned the constitution
ality of tho Htste law prohibiting bos
jog and expressed the opinion that if
tko statuts were tested it would be
deelared void. Two boxers who took
part la a elub bout were held in fifty
dollar bail ror trial, however.
Magistrate, Corrigaa deelared it kad
not been shown that the boxers engaged
in a "prise fight" instead of a spar
ring match, and aald any legitimate
elub and a right to employ whoever it
pleaaed to entertain its members.
Testimony was introduced to show
that maay of the "members" bed
Joined tho elub on ibe night of the
matehes and had paid membership feee
in lien of admissions. '
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WRESTLER GOTCH BURIED
IN HUMBOLDT CITY, IOWA
HUMBOLDT, lows, December 19
Funeral services were held here yester
day for the late Frank doted, retired
world' wrestling champion, who died
at hi home here on December 10. The
services were eondueted by Rev. Alex
ander Bennett, of Salina, Kansas, a
frieriH of the Ootch' family. A large
crowd of friends, nd admirers of the
late wrestler attended (he services and
funeral, the interment being in this
BASEBALL TEAMS SHY
BY REASON OF THE WAR
HAN JOSE, California, December 16
-TIe Campbell Athletics will play the
second of a series of games with the
All-Htsr Camp Fremont basebsll team
here next Sunday. War will leave
both teams two stars short whea they
take tho field. Jeamski, third baseman,
who saved at least one game here for
tbe Fremont team by shifty fielding,
and Piteher Morrisnn have gone with
tbe 15th Cavalry to the border. Billy
l'aull and Eli Bariteau, pitcher of
the Campbell Athletiea have volunteer
ed in .the aviation service.
LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS,
WANTS WILLARD FIGHT
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas, December
18 A purse of 100,000, which would
be turned over to the American Bed
Cross, was offered-her tonight for a
fight between Jess Willard and the win
ner of the Fulton-Tnte fight here on
Cbristmas day. Tke offer is made by
Paul B. Orablel, secretary of the Army
Athletie Association, which haa been
staging ,ltattle in North IJttle Bock
this winter tot tbe.ben(fit of the forty
thousand I soldiers stationed at Camp
Pike. Tke 'fight would be ataged oa
ldsrch 16 or IS iu an open air arena,
and would be scheduled for twenty
rounds. Secretary Orabiel telegraphed
the proposition to Willard.
COACH SELECTED FOR
HALT LAKE CITY, December 10
Tommy Fitzpatrick, graduate of tbo
University of I'tab, who bus been coach
to three Halt Lake Kant Hide high
school for four years, waa appointed
coach to tho University of Utah ath
lete today. II. succeeds Nelson Nor
gren, who recently enlisted in tb avia
tion corp of the United States Aiiay.
"ilpnicTTnniio m Avmo
luaoi iuiio ruiiLiio
: PLEASED WITH ACTIO;
Decision of National Association .
To Resume flay Meets Approval
SAN FBANCiaoO, December 84
(Associated Press) Tennis player of "
tbe Faclflo'Cpant ar ono ia commend- '
inar the action of tho National Lawn
Tennis "Association ia lt proposed re
storation or cnnmpionship in tne ij- .
tore. It is felt that considerable hasty,
aetloa wa taken, when tb country wn '
first pinngntt into in war which more.
mature reflection will . show to kavo
beea Inadvisable. ;- '
With tho eliminhtloa of championship "
event, it i felt thnt tho principal in
centive and objective of players la re-
movd a nl that interest in the game
had suffered accordingly. This In turn,
it i arged, will have it effect oa th '
future of th game. . -
Reconsideration of the actio taken.
in discontinuing various lines of 'sport
hss been, going on ia various parts of
the country.' - Army aad Navy official
headed, by 'no less thnn their commander-in-chief,
tka President of . tho VuU
ted Statee, , have - eome out with -the"
assertion that athletic should be eon- .
tinued for, the welfare of tho younger
men who may be called soon to the
Colors and that Jhcy should not be do- ;
prived of tb bxly bniWIng enjoyed by
their eirteTB.. ' .. . . .
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