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nOKOLULU STAU-BULLEflN, SATURDAY, JULY G, 1912.
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WHAT WILL, U'L ARTHUH DO
now? He has Jiit caught some "white
Ira nil trying to pinch hi crown, and
Jian duly administered a ppanklng, but
he has run the whole course of suc
cessful pugilistic celebration, and now
the only excitement that .seems to be
In prospect I to stand trial for, smug
gling a $3000. necklace into the coun-
' tr- . V.-.C .: 1
" Poor 'Johnson! It' certainly tough
luck to fight a championship (?) bat
tie and then have nothing to celebrate)
and no one ta help you do It. Jack Is
a . nrst-class .little celebrater when
given half a chance, but In this In
stance no one took the fight very se-r
riously, or, at least, those who: did will
' not be In a mood mentally, or financially
to assist the champion over the prim
rose path. Even the Pullman porters
will find it hard to make a hero of Jack
all over again. Just because he licked
a poor dub that most of them could
have accounted for themselves if there
had been some vital question, such as
a tip. Involved. ,
But Johnson Is nimble witted when
It comes to inventing a good time, and
It's gold to "gasoline that we hear from
him through the news columns before
DUKE KAH AN AM OKU SR. HAS
received a card -from Henderson Sr.,
.raying that the, latter had received a
4card from" Duke the swimmer, written
from the first port the Finland touch
ed aL The Hawaiian speed marvef re
ported a fine trip and a good time. He
ald he was feeling great. ' .
. u' Much Is expected of Duke, and it
seems likely that he will deliver the
goods. He has had enough experience
In competition swimming to be sure of
himself, and to be able to put forth his
best efforts when they are most needed.
- Wonder what Duke; would have said
a year ago, if someone; had told him
.that a 'year from date he would be In
owrucn, wun me. nopes 01 a nation
centered on his winning the hlgh'est
Trll( of Amateur snort Prnhnhlv hi
'wouldn't' have' said anything directly,
v nvum note .aiiru ins xawii
nu siven nim me up 10 sena oui jjr.
" lunatic: : ' , : ."
. NOW THAT ITS CERTAIN THAT
, a Coast crew will be sent here to row
.against the three local organizations,
Interest In Regatta Day is sure to take
'a big Jump. Always the day is a red
letter one In local sport, but this year
it will be ringed and double-scored on
many a calendar. i .
Local rowing men are much.'lnter
ested to know which. crew wilf make
the 'pilgrimage to the. midpacific after
honors. The senior barge crews of the
Alameda Boat Club, the ArlelRowing
Club,, the Dolphin Swimming and Row
ing CI ob, the San Diego Rowing. Club,
and the' South End Boat Club com-
sent the pacific Association 1of fAma-
ICUI VftUOIIICII CIV IlUIIUiU:!!. 1 I1C ICUll
of this race will be eagerly looked for.
The crew of the Lurline has the San
' Dieeo crew flcUred to win. . but the men
are'such strong boosters for their home
town that hope may. be stronger than
dope.' ' V, ' 4
It is gratifying that the Cqast Asso
ciation swallowed all the conditions
imposed by the locals and that a bona
fide' title will be at stake in Septem
ber, and one that if won here will be
held In these. waters until some other
crew comes down and lifts it1
"RUBY ROBERT" AND
BURNS IN PRELIMS
How have the mighty fallen! :
Bob Fitxsimmons, once king of 'em
all, and our old friend,. Mr. Noah
Bruso, boxing a prelim' to a pork-and-bean
affair io the wilds of Canada.
Read the following, under Calgary
daMne of. June -0:
lTovided that Bill Sherman, of ther
atrical. fame, is willing. Bob Fitzslm
mons will box a fiye-round preliminary
with Tommy Burns at the Bay lay-Allen
match in Bassano - on' June' ' 27.
Ruddy Bob Is willing, but is under con
tract with the Jocal theatrical, 'mogul,
who will have to be consulted before
any definite arrangements ;' can be
made." ' -
; A cHcket match in ,which the
Scotch team plays against the World,
was 'scheduled to start, at 2 o'clock
this afternoon at the Makiki grounds.
Str-JJallcfln Ads. are Best Unslness
Service' Always Good at the
Cunha's Altty, . Next Union Grill, on
- k : ' King Street
' FAVOR CHAMP
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Fans Here Believe That Rivers
Is Wolgast's Master An
other Fight Likely : : .
By GEORGE REEVE.
Coincident with the report that
Lightweight Champion Ad Wolgasthas
successfully defended his title against
the challenger, Joe Rivers, at Los An
geles July 4, comes the announcement
that Tom McCarey, promoter of the
battle, had refused to give Wolgast
possession of the diamond belt, emble
matic of the championship, which Mc
Carey had offered to the winner of the
battle. The uncertainty, as to whom
the (attle rightfully 'belonged, accord
ing to the meager cable reports which
have reached Honolulu, is responsible
for McCareys action. ' ' i ".
McCarey, who is known as one of the
squarest men In the pugilistic .world,
must have strong reasons for his re
fusal to give the belt to Wolgast, for,
although- a strong supporter and warm
admirer of Rivers, who is a Los An
geles product, he has never allowed his
feelings to. overcome his square Judg
ment. This brings up the thought that
something must have been radically
wrong with Referee Jack V elch s deci
sion In awarding the fight to Wolgast,
when both men were practically knock
ed out, an unprecedented occurrence in
the history of pugilism.. How, he could
possibly have awarded the fight to one
man, when both were on the floor, from
the effects of -.-.blows delivered simul
taneously. Is a mystery to the local
fans,' and . there is much speculation
regarding his action pending the re
ceipt of more complete reports of the i
In view of the result of the mill, asj&t Parney Joy's goat It was no sc
decided by Welch. 'against whom notht ret Conspiracy eitnter, for both the
Ing savoring, of dishonesty . has ever players on the diamond and. the root
been brought up, the following points; j rs at the game' said it out in loud,
summing up the before and , after of raucous tones., Barney pitched for
the battle, will prove interesting to Ho- J the Honolulus all through the game,
nolulu followers of the game. , amidst about as fierce a hostile root
U: .Welch and Torn Jones, Wolgast's as ever a home crowd gave to a
have always been warm 1
i.i oeverai weens aso. , eicn was
H 1 1 . . ViiH.1l. ,
asked by Promoter Jack Curley of the
Flynn-Johnson - fiasco,, , to . referee the
so-called battle at Las. Vegas, but re
fused contUtiona!lyfstatLng that if.Wol
ast vished? him to Judge
weight champion the 'first call on his
3. ' Aft e counting out Rivers, while
Wo'.gast alsb.' lay , prone , on the mat,
Welch assisted Wolgast: to his feet and
hurriedly . left the arena.'
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From alf'ac9ptiiritsr?Cls'ey,;the sol-dier-scrapVir
fromitdlehua who' Tost
a 15-rcmnd decision to Ben de Mello
in flilo the BighibCtbt Srd, was in no
sh4rfe to dt himself i Justice. - Keisey
was iieasic4al thf !.waV,across and
dldnt:iget over his attack when ! he
landed. He went into the ring much
weakened, and at that showed flashes
of class at times.' Keisey is green, but
witna- mi more- experience win . De
' . Johnny McCarthy" challenged f the
winner, and after the fight asked Ben
if he : would take him on. De Mello
answered that he Would talk business
with a $400 guarantee, whereupon Mc
Carthy, very naturally laughed in his
face. Again at the steamer McCarthy
asked de Mello if he would meet him,
and the Hilo Hack came out with a
flat-footed refusal. i ;
SAWED OFF I
The Iilo soccer team won from the
Honolulu invaders on the Fourth by a
score "yf 2, to 1.
It was a walk-over for Henry Chil
lingworth's ' All-Honolulu ball team,
that, iavaded ' Hawaii on .the Fourth.
The score was 12 to 2 against the
best that ' Hilo couM produce.
The Junior T league" will switch its
games, to the afternoon tomorrow, ow
ing to the act that there is no 'Senior
Iseague , game scheduled. The 'first
game, between the Whites and Asahis,
will be played at 1:45 and the closer,
between the J. A. C. Juniors and Ath
letics, at 3:30.
The chug-bike riders who- make up
me ana-racinc Motorcycle Club arej
not afraid of the jolts and bumps of
ne Den roaa. ine ciud win have a
run around tho ' island tomorrow,!
starting from the Capitol grounds at
8. sharp. . The captain will be "boss
of the road" and anyone trying to give
him dust will be fined twenty gallons,
of gasoline,, and .have, his tires punc-
lured. in three .places.: , : '
The picture was taken at the last
Walter Dillingham and Arthur Rice,
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Maui Didn't Get joy' sf Naifn
AH Maul Conspired , on July 4th to
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ititlrthe imperturbability of a stoic.
That is until Maui ran up against Joy
physically,! when ' he concluded that
1 patience further with his tormentors
would be misplaced. Followed thei a
scene of turmoil for some minVi(es
Uhich rivaled the greatest cbmrriotiori
ever witnessed in the.' classic fields of
Aala.- ; . '..--.:-
: Quite a while Jjefofe the pandem?n
iumi broke loose; however, Barney I'afl
quietly started in on a little goat hunt
of his own, ably aided; and abetted by
his comrades on the. Honolulu team.
When Maui first to bat ended Its half
of the third inning with a score total
ing five to naught,. Maui fell over It
self with joy and .redoubled its vocal
assaults on Joy. Forty auto horns
swelled the joyous chorus. . Honolulu
handily knocked up four on. the Uoard
In the third, which brought a big gloom
to the 'middle islanders. Maui pulled
itself- together and swatted Barney
for two In the fourth, and,when at the
end of.the fifth Honolulu had maae
ndadvance the , goat of Barney, with
well developed horns and whiskors,
was deemed as good as tethered on
the Kahului sand dunes and baaing
for water; . - - : - --, 5
But here events began to ome in
troops. Honolulu goose-egged Maul
the fifth and sixth, and then trea-pd
if tn ftn flftr!ftl ride hieh enoueli to sAt
ha look Into the. cratert of, Haleakala.
Maui 'had" indulged itself n two
change8 0f pitchers bj
by thistime. With
; and FLOTSAM
Hilton, the English golfer. - observes
that American courses are "more se
verely undulating than those In Eng
land." All that we've struggled over
were not only severely undulating, but
Efforts made by the ultra fastidious
last winter to change the plebeian name
of pool to pocket billiards seem to
have fallen as fiat as simplified spell
ing. .; v ':;' -,'- ':':
Darwinism reversed : "Joe Jeannette
made a monke.v of Black Bill.
Were there such a -thing as a com
promise game of tennis and golf with
T. R. and W. l. T. engaged.-it is free
ly predicted that the score wouldn't be
lov all with two to play.
Rather a large crop of young men
graduated from the universities to the
baseball arena .this June. After the
sheepskin the horsehide.
John Anas or Ault, Cal.,- 92 years
old, is preparing for a trip to Chile,
to assist his son in missionary work,
The Indiana pure fcood law of 1903
was upheald as constitutional by the
Supreme Court of the United States,
The sixty remaining indictments
against Abe 'Etuef, convicted political
leader of San Francisco, were ordered
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THIS YEAR'S OAHU POLO TEAM. ' . ' ' ' '
practise game. 'Left to right the players are Sam Baldwin, Harold Cattle, ;
The men are lined up in their regular positions.
nobody out and on
e or two rims sco:vd
Honolulu had . twt men on bases when
near "Casey feef 'that : followed. Bar
ney accepted the- second delivery and
drove, the ball dawn the right line Tor
three bagi . -'It'a foul! It's a foul!
was yelled astha tw "men romped In,
but - it wasn't a fouJ or even in the
slightest "odoriOf anything but a-fair
took:, the y ground. ,The inning e lied
with Honolulu: two ahead and Barney 'a
goat , scampering oyer .the mountain
to jLahaina. - ,-1 . ' - -
; When. Joy failed It the pate'in the
eventful Ihningjustinientioned he col
lided - with- Louip : Scares; the Mr.oi
citcher, and : the nexu instant 'bey
were making fistic passes at each .h
4r. A " rush was- made for -Barney by
be MauK play ers-Jid' soon rooters of
hoth sides ran iniif Thetfe was a fear
ful din 'for awhile, j' but there were
enough ?cool hekds preient' to prevent
any serious breach of the peace.
Sheriff Croweli of Vaui and Lester
Petrieof Honolulu were central fig
ures in restoring': quiet, but : while it
lasted there was some excitement to
be sure Soares and one or two others
loudly protested they would play bo
more with -Barney In the game, but
they did play and after the first half
of tbe seventh .oy and Soares wero
soen fraternizing. , There were cries
of "Kiss each other," and when thc
two shook hands loud peals of ap
plause broke out on all bands. ; .;
In the eighth Honolulu clinched tiij
beat with four tnore funs, Sumner
with a three-bagger and ;Joy wlih" u
single accounting for three. That was
all. Maui was left with enough ciphers
after the fourth: to make a huar.rec
thonsand by placing a figure 1 in front
ot them : t. ',
Barney got Maui oat.
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CHANGES IN WEST
There Will be changes In the person
nel of thevWest Pjint -football coach
ing staff lrie-?cora:ng fall'Capt.
Beacham' ano LieuU Cooper, wnadid
most of f the coaching last year; have
both left the Point for otlier stations
will be Lieut. Ernest Graves, one of
the best linemen' te soldiers ever had
1 ion. natntA .iWarf in lino
play with, success. , .'.. . ' -
Assistine Graves will be two other
players of renown Lieut. Dan Pullen.l
a star tackles at the Academy a few
seasons ago, and Lieut. Arnold,' who
finished there this year. Arnold play
ed guard and center,, and,; like the
other two, was ari AH-America choice
with a numUar, of experts .. .
ALL-CHINESE BEAT ' . i"
TRINITY BY HITTING
HARTFORD. Conn.. June 22. On
Trinity Field this afternoon Hawaii an
nexed America. The Chinese ball team
from the College of Hawaii gave Trin
ity a trouncing,- 12 runs to 4. The
Chinese showed themselves excellent
base runners. . They also banked out
five consecutive hits in the third in
ning before there .were any out Trin
ity scored in the sixtht when the Chi
nese made- two errors, Apau gave a
base on balls and . the local collegians
lined out two singles. ,
Hare yoti beoks yoa want bound,
ruling done, or books made, send them
to the Star-Bulletin fob printing and
. bindery plant.
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t PoIo,the king of games, will haVe
jta turn, this month, when. the, four of
OahUr Maul and the Afrhy will meet on
clde the vHawaiiaa- championship for
the year. Fortwo months past the
men and ponies that are to take part
In the games have been hard . at work
and the teams that ' line up for the
annual tournament should. be about the
classiest that .have ever , played, the
game In the Islands, v ' ' . ... ,
The Maul team Js the unknown fac
tor this year.iThat is, the players are
known and somexof J the ' ponies; are
known, but the combination that makes
first-class polo the accord .with w.hlch
men and mounts work is ; the X of
the problem.; v Until the Maui 'four
lines up for its first r match game
against Oahu its exact,5 worth as a
eoal-scorine and goal-defending ma
chine will be a matter of speculation.
Team play can not be Judged on indi
vidual hitting or scrub practise games;
and the sideboard students will have'
no chance to dope Mauiuntil the tour
nament itself. ;
The play of Oahu, and to a certain
extent the Fifth Cavalry, is pretty well
known. The three practise matches
played between these tams two months
ago, two of which were won by Oahu,
and the. other dropped with what twas
practically a second team in the field,
afforded ? some-Idea of the relative
merits of the two: combinations. Since
that time there has been a .'marked im
provement in Oahu's team play, while
the Cavalry has been strengthened by
the return of Captain Foray the, and
the contest between Mlllikln. and Sher
idan for the place at No. 1. j,
A T08 Up. ' .'. , . :
As it looks now, both of the two last
mentioned have a chance to make the
place, and it will be a mighty hard
and ticklish matter'to pick and choose
between them." It is not unlikely that
both will play, one going In against
Oahu and the other against MauL If
the. Cavalry wins. its first game, it. Is.
probable that the winning combination
wI be -kepUintact, as. common sense
1 dictates, but Mf the first - game is
v uroppcu, me ciianKe win, imeiy o
made. Hanson . will play 2 vand For
sythe 3, Doak going :to barck In the
May series Groninger played back, with
uoaK ai .dui me lormea is noi a
member of the squad now. -
' The Cavalry players are camped at
Moanalul, and It's certain that men
and mounts will get enough practise.
In fact, they will live polo for the next
two weeks, and the question" is, -will
not the players have a little too much
of the game and its environment be
fore the actual test comes. ,
Oahu, on the other hand, Js shy on
practise.- The men are turning out
twice a week, and it would be better
for the team if this were made three
afternoons instead of two. Not hard
games that would take too much out
of the ponies but light work that would
perfect the combination. ...
Rice Going Fast.
Of the individual players, Arthur
Rice has come on the fastest. There
is a marked improvement in his game
since he played against the Cavalry a
while back. Then he seemed to favor
the risky method of hitting under his
pony's neck toward the sideboards in
stead of backing the ball when his
goal was threatened. This strike, while
effective when it is perfectly executed,
is frowned down by every first-class
OLYMPIC GAMES JO.
OPEN TODAY IN THE.
Athletics and Swimming on the
Program for Next Ten". '
' Days i-;:
- The Olympic games proper, that
part of the program , that Includes
track aiil" field athletics, fencing gym
nastics, ; swimming and wrestling,
commence today, and will extend to
the lSth of the month. During the
next ten days Duke Kahanamok'i, Ha
waii's representative on the American
team, will be put to the supreme test,
swimming the 1 100-metre free style,
ind the relay, in which each swimmer
ioes 200 metres, fThe star athletes
vill also .have their innings,.; and
ithlh the next fewtdays the ginning
:ountry : In the big' events will, be
known. , ' . . ,
Record Entry. ' , ' '
The number of jentries for the Olym
pic games Is greater thanon any pre
vious occasion.; Seventeen heats ; and
two qualifying rounds will be neces
lary to reduce'tha field of 93 entered
for the lC3-meter dash to the six pen
entitled to compete In the final. -Oac
hundred men are entered for theOO
meter dash, 28 contest In the 400-meter
event and 72 in the 800 meters. '
For the 1500 meters 8S., men are eh
tered, and for the 5000 meters SO. The
ten thousand meter run has attracted
2 and the high hurdles 60 competi
tors, v,. ,rv - ..; .. -
The classic Marathon will bring to
gether 72' contenders. Nine 5naUons
will be represented in the 3000 meters
The Priies. : . . ;
The prizes In the Olympic games
will consist of Olympic medals and
diplomas. Each prize-medal will be
accompanied by a diploma." In team
events a diploma will also be award
ed to the winning team. In some
Events a challenge cup will be present
ed to the winner, which may remain
'n his possession until further notice.
There is no special prize for the 100
rneter swim, and If Duke wins it he
will hot have to pay excess baggage
on a trophy.
Cntrles are being' received, at. the Y.
iI,."-C ' A. for the novice handball tour
nament, to begin on 'Monday. 4 The
tourney is 6pen to all amateur; the
one stipulation made being that play
ers must hot have played In any pre-"
vious," tournament Air those -wishing
to enter have been asked to hand in
their names to' Joseph Rep-don,; In the
basment officef, by this evening.
The following rules have been made
by the committee: .
Each contestant plays every other
one ja match each.;.,. , , V
Two out of three 21 -point games will
constitute a match. ... - .
) A bronze Association medal will be
5lven to the winner of the tourney.
All matches must' be played oft by
July 30. .: f . ; . ;
Entries will close this evening. "
The charms of Hawaii nel have prov-
ed too much for the crew of the yacht
Rpjifnrpr an faMaln Vnrrl. Ka nofd
off his entire force, which hit thebeach
with Vnin an o v oi, .ti
adventures. Captain Norris Isn't wor
rying much, for he believes he can
ship another crew, without trouble
when he wants to get up the book and
start for , home, but the incident has
killed his ' enthusiasm for , a race to
Hilo,' The Hawaii is also out of it, and
it seems probable that the race will
be called off. In spite of the fact that
the small-yacht owners gave up their
chances at the Maui challenge cup to
let the schooners in on a longer race.
It seems rough on the former.
The Hawaii yacht Club has laid out
a program of entertainment for the
visitors, the first two days of next week
being provided for, with the ' prospect
of more to come.
Monday there will be a "seeing Oahu"
trip, the visitors leaving the Young at
D a. m. and making the circuit of the
island via" Haleiwa, with a stop over
at some of the plantations. Tuesday
evening Prince Cupid will "play the host
at a luau to be given at WalklkL
baek as, allowing too much margin, for
error. Rice now hits as he should
when on the defensive, making- back
strokes either quartering toward the
board on his stick side, or under his
pony's . tail. If the - opposition ' Is con
verging on him instead l following, he
pulls off some lengthy ones straight
behind. Rice's principal weakness is
the near side backhander, but his ponies
are so handy and he rides so hard that
he is seldom called on, to make , the
shot - , y
Sam Baldwin, Harold Castle- and
Walter Dillingham are playing well to:
gether, and are Individually 'brilliant.
Captain Dillingham Is especially; clev
er at interchanging with Rice, and the
pair work well on the last line of de
fense-:.;'. . '
Hawaiian Tennis Ch,;:;;
Returns from Eurc;::n
Al Castle la back from Europe, a:; I
from -now Until the 22nd, when th
Hawaiian tennis championship st
he will be bu?y on the court, gcttl..
into form and alo in training to -fend
his title. Thin Is the r.rst j dr i !
the ; hew ruljng which rcjuirr i v.t
holder to rTay through the tourr.imc:.:,
so Castle has none too much thr.j t
prepare himself.',1 "
: j VIth Castle on : the Men Mx y-' -terday
arrived rAl in Ixiurcy cf II r
l)lu, "ttho ii mi tafn-rl'Mrt rf ! y T
vardtcnnr.s team an 1 a tlr. .
player. He l rocorrmled 1
Cambridge, crack, George 1. 1 ; .
and the two wllr rrcl ably tc:r.i :
th doubles. The coming, tn-;rr '
promises. to be, the c!.ts.;Jost i. r :
ba the Island.-
' . "I didn't touch a raciu t the v'
time I was away." .vail C 3 t
morning, "but I mar.ngM tr ? :y r :
interesting tennis. I .took in th-3 hur :.
court champk)nshIpf hckl at I' v.
Cloud. Just outside of rari. v. '..
thejcall world's champion;-.!; 3 c
there. They have a nrrve to i! t' ,
for. neither America nor Au.str . ' ;
represented, 'but it was o,uIte an J ' -national'
' event at that i:
Krance," Germany, r;:?iur. A
and South Africa were all re; - ' '.
and the class of tennis vi"
good.' The Frenchmen p,:.iy 1. "
the American style, the cthrrs
rather, closely to the t k-lir.
Tho Frcueh ch.in-.r'n, t.T ev..-;. ;
surprise, ' wa3i beaten 1 y th (',
champion", which left four G rr--: : . :
the semifinals Thli rr. th-1 I": 1
fans wild. Then, tho r ' .K.t cf '.: '
tory, the German r'. urrl n f.ll ( t .
th" " urr.Ament v, r .'.'y
1..: ::-r iixrY. I; ,... .
Ing to hear the score called in V.
a mixture of French and rr;!!o!i rr '.
'TMdiy I lft Fr--and
.ilcLourJIa wcr? i.- itcl I . . .
finals of the TaciHc Coast. 1 : : t
are sure of places on the C I t
to, be sent East, the third t u ;.
ably being .Tom Bundy, w !-.-, 1 '
waj, isn't playing his r d -
Castle reports a f.-'cnl!!,
somewhat hurried, trip throu:'
and France. 116 locks fin? ar. l
says he's keen fcr t'r.r.!?.
Hilo is rowing
going to be no di.T.culty i-t
tins men for the beat or.cj t :ir
is, organized," said A. It. F.o.vit,
retary of the.Healanl Yacht zr. I I
Club, this morning. Rowatt went
to the Big Island for the Fourth,
e there had a talk with c.::
had a talk with Bert v,ei:t:r.
old Healani." continued Ro-.v-t. '
I told-me that the rowing club w-
formally organ izea E3 yet, 1
they were going to get to-:th:r :
elect 'offlcefS SOOn. Ther hiV3 !
sIe3 In view for a club-hou?, but
one they think best of 13 the c. l
nau wharf, Just beyond
Mauna Kea docks. The
some of. the decking I3 all there, z
it' would not cost much to build t
necessary- boat-houses and rc:
mi - 1. 1 1. . f a. 1
1 uey won 1 nave a uoai 1.1 iui; ji
regatta, but a start will be mads t:
summer, and next year Hilo will 1
down In. force.",
hilo races' cni'::G
OUT CLASSY SFC.7
races July 4. A large crowd gathtr:!
which was first-class:
. .. Rf Aimn nnn Kn flvo-fitrlnl
In the half-mile for Hawailan-breJ
horses Mary. Bell came la under th3
wire first . .
. .. St Avon got another win in the o"3
and one-quarter miles. ,
r In the mile race for Hawaiian-brei3
Mary; Bell again won for her owner.
, Supervision finished first ia the bi'.'
mile race. . -
-Tliere will be a novelty tournain?-.t
at the Country Club tomorrow, start: 7
at 10 o'clock. In all probability a : ;
competition, which proved popuk;r -few
months ago. will be pulled off.
Star-Bnlletln Ads. are Ecst L
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betuel ad Li::r.
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