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( Mrondi lr the 1IH. Were tliu
HraUnl In lh ram tolr. Iililnry
mliht rtl'C.t lliflf for Jmtr Wilcox
lll h.n.llp the tiller of the lUwall.
In I lip tlx.oarrd elMlnn teat racn tin;
Kalulanl and tlio Htranirr and Alltf
M the IsltPr two of th M. II. C, wrrc
cntcrnl, TIip AIIcp Jl. look drat plac,
and Hip Klrangcr tPtond, There tins
only ono place left for the KnluUnl.
In tlin alxonrrd (atntlonary aonta)
race tho Knplolanl, a boat from tho
V. fi, T 8. Hnn rranclsco mid the Kh
Itoelanl, were entered. The Kaplo
lanl'a crew, made up entirely of 111
tlea, won enally over the Amerltinun
Apnkl, one of the IiIr fellowa of the
crack pilot boat crow. n In the
boat. The Alf UndRera, Alice M. and
Kaltilnnl worn In the four-oared alldlnj'
aeat event. Tho Alf llotlgera won. Tlic
Ilullctln of tho day after tho races con
tains the followliiR:
"When Hie yacht nuca were nearln3
a Mnlali, the yacht Ilelenc camo aalllns
majestically Into tho harbor, present
ing n beautiful apcctacle. Bhe bad on
board Ills Hxcellcncy Bam Parker.
Hon, W, 0, Irwin, Hon, Paul Neu
mann, Mr. Prod Whitney, Mr. I.niix
On May 21 (Queen Vlotprla'a birth
day) there were acveral ncq'uatlc events
In the harbor. Tho yncht race botwoin
tho Scottish Lassie (sailed by Judxo
Wilcox,) tho Hnuall an iltlio Henlnnl
tho Scottish Lasslo won ulth the lU
wall n close second.
It was on this day that the Carl
W (Carl Wldemann) of tho Hc.ilnnl.
was first put Into the water. She was
pitted ngaliiat the Allco M. 11 ml the
crews were as follows:
Myrtle 0, Sorenson, stroke; W. 1).
Armstrong, George Angus, Clin.
Crane, II, A. (Dies, Huby Dexter nirl
A. A. Wilder, coxswain.
Hcalanl I, tie L. Ward, stroks:
James Spencer, Chris. Holt, A. L. C.
Atkinson, C. Walker, Frank Woods,
and Chiut. Derrick, coxswain. Tho Ho
nlanls fouled tho Myrtles near tho
llghthnuso but tlioy were fur enough
ahead so that this did not prove a ills
ndvantage. The Myrllea won In 26
minutes nnd 3i seconds. There was a
big celebration nt tho Arlington tlia:
Hcalanl'ii Hlrnt Victory,
The noxt regatta was on ()ueen I.lll
uoknlanl'B birthday, September 2, 18t'2.
In the first class yacht raco the Ilonuie
Dundee made her first appearance,
Tho only other boat In tho rnco was thu
Hawaii. Tho Ilonnlo was unlucky In
this racu for she went aground nt n
point about three-quarters of a mile
from tho starting point, remaining an
hour and five minutes. The Hawull
Kept on and won easily. Governor
Dole wbb In tho Dundee. L. A. Thurs
ton sailed the Hnwnll. Thcro wero twi
other yacht raccH nnd then camo tho
rowing races. In the first of these, the
Allco M. nnd Stranger wero pltlul
against cac hothcr. Tho former won
easily. In tho four-oared rnco, tho
Alf Kodgors won from tho Allco M.
At I'earl Harbor on October 8, 1SU2,
thcro was an exciting raco between the
Myrtles and Hcalnnls, the latter win
ning by only four seconds. The crows
wero as follows: '
Myrtle W. Wright, bow; Alex.
Lylo, Arthur Ilrown, C. Crozler, H.
Wodchouse, C. Crane, stroke and Ar
thur Wilder coxswain,
llealanl C. Mncfurlane, bow; W.
H. C. Grolg, II. J. Gallagher, J. Holt,
C. Holt, James Spencer (stroko) and
Charles Hcrrlck, coxswain. "Henlanls
tho best!" was tho yell nfter the race
was over nnd tho town was painted
blue. This raco may bo said to liac
been tho first of tho championship
events at I'earl Harbor.
It was a different story on October
7, 1S93, for tho Myrtles won "hands
down" nnd, In celebration of tho vic
tory, tho huo of the paint that daub id
the town was changed from tho blue of
tho preceding year, toured.
In 1S93 nnd W camo tho troublous
times in HawainGo that thcro wero no
boat races, On. July 4, 1605. thcro
wero a fow events. In ISO.' camo tho
cholera and so there wero no races un
til May 9, 1891). Tho five events took
placo at Pearl Harbor, Tho Myrtles
won both Junior and sonlor events.
Regatta Day EHtabllHhed.
In Juno of 1S9G, A. 0. M, Itobcrtson
as a member of tho Legislature, Intro
duced a bill, making tho third Satur
day In September a public holiday to
bo dovoted to acquatlc sports. This
was one of tho many liberal movements
that so greatly addod to Mr, Hobort
eon's popularity. On September 19
of tho same year, tho first Kcgatta
Day was observed In Honolulu and It
proycil a success In overy senso of tho
In tho first class yacht races, thu
Ilonnlo Dundeo won from tho Helcne,
Hawaii and Hescuo without nuy trnu
bio whatever. Her tlnio was 3 hours,
11 minutes and n fow seconds, Tho
Helcno was second. (
In the four-oared shell rnco, tho
Myrtles won, having simply to row
ovor tho course. Thu Hcalnnls clalmod
they wero fouled am) did not finish thu
rnco but rowed Immediately to their
Tho Myrtles In tho Alf Ilodgcrs bout
the lltalanli In tlin I'onmalkelaiil In
the four oatrd batge rate. The I' P
R. Adams boat was beaten by the
Aloha In the ten oared Hlialchoat fair,
This was the year that a shark ippoi'
ed In the harbor and frightened Cap
tain Campbell so that his hat fell ortn
In 0 tuber IM, (leorge Carter toik
charge of the Healanls and, since I list
lime, there has been better work b
the wearers of the blue, all along the
line This boom has not died out and
now that A. L. C. Atkinson has tnkekn
charge of the affairs of the Healanli,
still better work la expected
On the iiIrM of February I. lf7. the
M II, C. gave n smoker In celebration
of the fourteenth ntnilvormry of the or
ganisation of the club Kton the In
vitations were In red,
In the I'earl Harbor championship
races of September 11. H97, the Myr
ties won both races ns they did In ISM
The Lcllanls were only In nt the start.
The finish of tho Lellanls Is n forbid
den subject. Over 1600 people were a
the races. This was the year that C. 8,
Dcsky's launch "Star" went ashore
Ilegatta day fell on September 18 In
1S07. In the first clnss yarht race tin1
Ilonnlo Dundeo won ngnln. Tho ottiT
jnelita showcil plainly their Inferiority
to her. Tho Myrtles won tho slx"-oar'l
barge raco. In tho events of this dm.
Klmokeo triumphed over Henear. th-j
California champion. In the 100 yards
swimming contest. It was certainly r.
great day for the nath es The Lellanis
won tho four-oared barge race from
both tho Myrtles nnd Healanls.
On September 2.1d of this year the
Myrtles beat the Lellanis In n special
race. I'rlnto David was tho stroke of
tho latter crew. It was directly nfter
tills, that Vniulercer, the ship's writ
er of the V. S. S. Philadelphia compos
ed the following inarch which he dedi
cated to tho Myrtle Iloat Club:
Wo belong to the crew of n club not
And wo'ro Myrtle boys full nt Joy.
We'll Haunt tho red until we're dead,
With bending oar, wo'll keep to the
As we easily sllile, through tho water
The peoplo cry ns wo go by
That they'll bet their coin whllo our
That as birds we simply fly.
The music Is by I'rof. Ilcigcr and
has been played so often that every
body can whistle It.
Tho Henlanls luado n clean sweep of
the championship races nt I'earl Har
bor on September 10, 189S, nnd theto
was such n predominance of blue that
It was apparent even In the camp of
the Mrtlcs. This was tho first jear of
tho connection of r. W. Klebnhn, the
German champion oarsman, with th
Hcalanl crews nnd, In his capacity of
trainer, ho certainly made his work
toll. Tho time In tho senior race was
exceedingly close. Tho Healanls past
ed over the lino In 10:0.'i 2-r, nnd the
Myrtles In 10:05 !&, so the raco wis
won by two-fifths of n second. No
closer rnco hns been recorded during
tho history of rnclng In the Islands.
It was nfter theso races that Klebahn
was dubbed tho Admiral Dewey of Ha
waiian waters. Thu Myrtles attributed
their defeat to the fact that their boys
did not board at the Arlington. How
ever, those nro things of tho past.
In the llcgntta Day events of Sep
tember 17, tho Healanls added an
other victory to their list by beating
tho Myrtles In tho slx-onred barge race.
Klmokeo was again pitted against He-
near in tho swimming race and onco
more did tho nntlvn gomo out vlctotl-
ous. in tho four-oared barge race, tin
Myitles beat tho Alf Ilodgcrs. In tho
first class yacht race, tho Hawaii won
over both tho Ilonnlo Dundee nnd Mar-Ion.
Iloth championship races at Pen 1
Harbor on September 9, 1999 wero woi
by tho Myrtles. The time was much
slower than that of tho previous year.
This was tho day that Illll Larson with
his puffing launch currio dtho Judges
over tho course and that A. L. C. At
kinson, J. 0, Carter Jr., and James
Lloyd had to walk to town on accoui't
of u bet tho wrong way. This was
also thu day that a holokti was bet
against a hat that tho Healanls would
win and that, strange to say, tho lady
most concerned, refused to gho up her
dress. Tho aalnlauwa, tho royal rid
fish, also appeared In great numbers 'n
Itcgatta Day, the following Satur
day, was another great day, Immeno
crowds' thronged tho water front. Tho
Henlanls reversed matters nnd nudo
a clean sweep In tho races In which
they nnd tho Myrtles wero concerned
and, whereas tho Ilullctln on tho pre
vious Saturday, published an extra edi
tion in red, It published another extra
on tho following Sunday, In blue.
Tho events nt Pearl Harbor last Sat
urday are still too fresh in tho minus
of boating cnthuslnsts to need vc-y
much mention, Tho Myrtles easily do
feutcd tho Healanls In thu Junior raco
but wero themselves defented by a ve ry
narrow margin In tho senior ovont,
Ilnth clubs wore Jubilant but tho Ho
nlanls woro more so because tho sonliir
ovent was counted tho most Important
nnd bets on tho basis of 10 to 7 on tbn
Myrtles had been very freely inndo, t
was really expected that tho Healanls
would win the Junior and win tho se
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