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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, THURSDAY, DEC. 17, 1908.
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Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
NATIONAL GUARDS PROVIDED
duties for range practice, 120 rounds
of ,22-callher are allowed per stu
dent. Each Institution Is also al
lowed ten rounds of rifle blank car-
triilscs. Should such an Institution
desire target supplies they may, bo
nhlnlnpil from Clip Wnr nnnnrMnnnt.
Llit only In lieu of a corresponding
monetary reduction of the ammuni
tion allowance for that Institution.
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California Is Sixteenth in Number of
Enlisted Men and Receives Such Pro
portionment of Funds Appropria
tions Also Made for Rifle Clubs
WASHINGTON, . C, Nov. 23.
The DUIslon of Militia Affairs of the
Wnr Department lira announced tho
allowance of ammunition for the
present llscnt enr .uade to the Na
tional Guard undo,' the act of May
27, 190S, being 0 per cent, of the
allowance to the regular Army. The
total set aside fo this purpose Is
$64X124, dhided hmong the States
according to the cnl.sted strength of
their National Guard.
New Yorlc leads with an enlist
ed strength of 13,800, and $80,135
for ammunition. New Mexico, which
has Uie smallest National Ouard,
gets $ 1 C 3 ." for Its 243 enlisted men.
The States, in orde.- of their enlist
ed strength, rank vt follows:
State Guards Allowance
New York :,800 $80,130
Pennsylvania ... P.345 CO, 285
Illinois 5,813 37,284
Ohio 5,099 32,386
Massachusetts ... (,102
New Jersey 3,982
Connecticut .... 2,526
Iowa . . ..? 2,4GG
Indiana . . ...'.. 2,121
North Carolina .. 1,835
South Carolina .. 1,714
New Hampshire. . 1,443
Kansas.. , ',275
Dlst. Columbia .. 1,203
Arkansas . , .... 1,174
Mississippi , ... 1,083
West Virginia... 986
Itli od o Island ... 961
Oklahoma . ...... 660
Colorado ...... 644
Washington .... 639
North Dakota . . . 639
South Dulcota . . . G62
Wj omlne 439
Montana . , 386
New Mexico , . . . 243
In pursuance of the plan to encour
age the teaching of tho use of tho
military riflo in educational institu
tions and rifle pra-tise among the
students, the War Department hns
revised the orders governing the al
lowance of small arm? ammunition to
Institutions at which officers of the
Army aro detailed as Instructors.
Under the now rogulations, 121,
000 has been set njido for the ono
hundred such Institutions, to include
line-bull caitridges, blank ammuni
tion, .22-cnllber bVl cartridges for
gullery practice, and target supplies.
Issues will be made on requisitions
certified to by the professors of mili
tary science and tactics, specifying
the actual facilities for the, gallery
and range prnctlce. tho time nllottcd
by the institution, ind the number
of sudents emolled in the military
department, to whom opportunity Is
nfforded by tho authorities of the In-
ctltutlon to participate In gallery or
lunge practice, or both.
The War Department specifies the
maximum allowance for each stu
dent at forty round cf rifle-ball car
tridges for each range, the total not
to exceed 120 rounds per student.
When gallery practice Is held In ad
dition to range prnctlce, sixty
rounds of .22-callbi ball cartridges
aro allowed per student. Whcie
theie is gallery practice but no fa-
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v.. PHONE 189.
Yale, Cornell, and Harvard Rowing
trews invited to Take fart in a Big
Water Carnival Athletic Events
and Balloon Contests
SEATTLE. Wash. Nov. 25. No
gotlatlonS arc on to bilng the Cor
nell, Yale, and Hnnard rowing crews
to Seattle during the Alaska-Yukon-Paclflc
Exposition next summer. It
Is planned to hold at least one re
gatta on , Lake Washington each
month during the Imposition, which
opens'june 1 and closes October 16.
All arrangements have been made for
a scries of races between California,
Stanford, and the University of Wis
consin, and other Middle West col
leges have also been asked to send
It Is planned to make the rowing
regattas a feature of the sports dur
ing the fair, and a big purse will b
hung up to bring out the Cornell,
Harvard, arid Yale crews. The Ex
position management will submit a
proposition ,to the three Eastern col
leges and will make any reasonable
arrangements to carry out the plan.
Lake Washington and Lake Union.
both bordering on the Exposition
grounds, offer exceptional advan
tages for these big races. An Ideal
course can be laid tut and It Is esti
mated thai thousands of people
would come, from nil parts of the
United Stnt.es to witness the races.
The arrangements have been con
cluded for the track meet of all Pa
cific Coast colleges and high schools
n Seattle during the Exposition
While the dates have not been defi
nitely set, the colleges and schools of
the Pacific Coast have agreed to bold
their ,1909, championship games In
Seattle and the arrangement of the
schedule will be made tarly In Janu-nry.
It Is nlso planned to bring tho an
nual Army and Navy championship
games to Seattle next year. Nego
tiations were opened on this matter
some weeks ago, and fmorable assur
ance has been received by the Expo
sition management that the plan can
uo carneu qui. Tne pacific Fleet of
the United States Navy will bo sta
tioned In Seattle harbor duilng the
entire Exposition period and this will
be a strong Inducement to hold the
championship games In tho Exposi
Another big. feature of the sport
ing program will be the internation
al balloon races. Representatives of
various aqro clubs are now In Seattle
concluding the arrangements which
Will bring airships, balloons, and
aeroplanes to Seattle, from all parts
of the United States, and from many
Scores Made At
The following are the football
scores, for the past season, of some
of the leading mainland colleges:
HARVARD 5, Uowdoln 0; 16,
Mulno 0; 18, Uates 0; 10, Williams
0; 44, Springfield 0: 6, Annapolis b?
6, Ilrown 2; 17, Indians 0; 6, Dart
mouth 0; 4, Yule 0. Points for, 132;
PRINCETON 18, Springfield 0;
21, Stevens 0; 0, Lafayette 0; 6, VII-
lanova 0; 10, Virginia Poly. 4; 17,
Tordham 0; 0, Syracuse 0; 0, West
Point 0; 6, Dartmouth lOj 6, Yale
11. Points for, 84; against, 25.
PENNSYLVANIA 6, West Vlr
glnla 0;,30, Ursljius 0; 16, Duckncll
0; 11, Vlllanova 0; 6, Penn. State 0;
23, Gettysburg 4; 12, Drown 0; 6, In
dlans C; 25, Carnegie Tech. 0; 34,
Lafayette 4; 29, Michigan 0j 17, Cor
nell 4, Points for, 215; against, 18.
ANNAPOLIS 18, Rutgers 0; 22,
St, John's 0; 22, Dickinson 0; 57,
Maiyland Aggies 0; 16, Lehigh 0; 6,
Haivard 6; 17, George Washington
0; 6, Indians 16; 30, Vlllanova 6;
5, Penn. State 0; 15, Virginia Poly.
4; 4, Army 6, Points for, 218;
CHICAGO 20, Indiana 6; 11, Il
linois 6; 29, Minnesota 0; 6, Cornell
6; 18, Wisconsin 12. Points for, 93;
TRAINER MOULTON SUMMONS
Veteran Athletes Are to Represent
the Cardinal on tht Cinder Path This
Year Cllne, Former Harvard Run
ner, Expected to Win Points
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Cnllf.,
Nov. 27. Trainer "Dad" Moulton
has issued an Informal call for all
men interested In t-ack work to turn
out for the remainder of the semes
So far this term only one meet has
been held on the einipus, though n
large number or cinder-path candi
dates havo been out llmbcrlns "Tfl,
and about ten old men entered the
Paclflo Athletic Association meet
hold In Oakland four weeks ago.
Stanford will have a majority of
last season's veterans as n nucleus
for this year's teams. In the sprints,
Jasper llolman will again rank neai
the top, and Gardner and "Hilly"
Cllne will be strong competitors.
Cllne has fast "prep" school records
that give ground for bright expecta
tions. In the Oakland meet this
fall, Cllne won tho 100-ynrd dash In
10 3-5 seconds.
Though Herbert Drown, the phe
nomenal quarter and half-mller of
last year's team, will not again be
In college, his place will be well filled
by Wyrnan, and Rawlcs, who has re
entered Stanford. These men have
run the 440-yard dash In Intercolle
giate meets In less than 52 seconds.
J. O. Miller, C. O. Bradford, Mc
Gregor, PerguBon, Sweet, Adams, Be-
vler, and Severy, should capably han
dle the longer distances. Miller holds
the half-mile record at 1:57 3-5 sec
onds, made at tho conference meet
last summer, and Ptadford has run
the mile In last two Intercollegtate
meets in 4:33 3-5 seconds and 4:32
3-5 seconds, respectively.
Adams and Sweet are varsity two-
mllers, and McGregor won his mono
gram In the mtlo lust'sprlng.
Capt. Horjon, Pcasley, Morris, Hel-
sey, and Cllne are good men In the
hurdles, all being members of tho
varsity except Cllne, who was not In
college last semestei.
In tho weights, Stanford will be
Btrong. Horton, Crawford, and
Yonker are all consistent performers
and veterans. Martin, who has a
record of six feet In the high Jump,
will return to colltgti.
While the other Held events ore
not not covered by record-bolder,
good material may bo developed In
Waring Scott, and Modlck P. Lnna-
gan, llellah, and Vandevoort will be
greatly missed In the pole vault and
With such a bunch of last year's
stars, and the return of Rawles and
Helsey, it seems fairly probable that
the Cardinal track team will be n
winner next spring.
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C. A. C. MEETING.
The regular monthly nipntlntr nf thn
Chinese Athletic Club will bo held at
tho Chlneso Y. M. C A. hall tomorrow
night at 7:30 o'clock, nesldes llm va
rious committees' report, there will bo
Important business to be transacted.
A large attendance Is particularly re
MICHIOAN 10. Cobb 6: 0. Mich.
igan Aggies 0; 12, N;otre Dame 6;
iu, onio State 6; 24, Vanderbilt 6;
62, Kentucky State 0: 0. Pennsylva
nia 29; 4, Sracuse 28. Points foi',
128; against, 81.
YALE 16. Weslevan 0: 5. Syra
cuse 0; 18, Holy Cross 0; 6, West
Point 0; 38, Washington and Jef
ferson 0; 49, Massachusetts Aggies
u; in. iirown 10; 11, Princeton 6;
u, llarvaul 4. Points for. inn;
against, 20. '
WEST POINT Ii. Tufts 0: 33.
Trinity 0; 0, Yale 6; 6, Colgate 0;
u, Princeton 0; 6, Springfield 5; 6,
Washington and Jefferson 6; 25. VII.
lanova 0; 6, Navy 4. Points for, 87;
CORNELL 11. Hamilton 0; 23.
Oberlln 10; 9, Colgate 0; 9, Vermont
0; 10, PPnnslvanla State 4; -6, Am-
nerst u; o, Chicago 6; 20, Trinity 6;
4, i'euns) van a 17. Polntn for. ns;
I1ROWIN 34. Now Homnshlra
State 0; 35, Dates' 4; 10, Colgate 0;
14, Uowdoln 0: 0. Penmulvanla 12:
6, Lafayette 8; 2, Harvard 6; 10,
Yale 10; 12, Vermont 0. Points for,
117; against, 40.
OllERLIN 10. Cornell 23; 12
Case 10; 12, Ohio State 14. Points
for, 34; against, 47.
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