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EVENINd BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY, JULY I. 104.
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Won All Three Events
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VARSITY RACE PROVED
IIHACANS TO BE STRONG
Wisconsin Took Second Honors in a
Hard Struggle Coach Court
ney is Highly Pleased
With His Crew.
I'oughkecpsle, N. Y June 2t Cor
nell w)ii till tin co of the events In the
Intercollegiate amateur rogattn today.
Tho four-oared lace was the easiest
work for her, hut In both the freshmen
and varsity eights she was so closely
pressed that she really had to win them
In tho last half mile by a display of re
servo force which none of tho other
crews could bring to bear. Summary:
Pour-oared race, two miles Cornell
first, by five lengths. Time, 10 41 3-C.
l'cnsylvnnla second, by three and a half
lengths. Time, 10.51 4-5. Columbia
third. Time, 11-03.
Freshmen clght-oarcd raco. two
miles Cornell first, by two and three-
quarter lengths. Time. 9-34 4-B Wis
consin second, by two and a halt
lengths Time, U.42 4-5 Columbia
third, b one nnd a half lengths. Time,
9.49 Sracuse fourth, by four lengths.
Time, 9.53 Pennsjlvanla fifth Time,
Varslt eight-oared race, four miles
Cornell first, by three lengths. Time,
19:05 2-5. Wisconsin second, by one
and a half lengths. Time. 19:13 3-G.
Columbia third, by one and three-quarter
lengths. Time, 19. IS 2-5. l'enn
sjlvnnla fourth, by three-quarters of a
length. Time, 19:28. Syracuse fifth,
by two feet. Time, 19:31, Georgetown
sixth. Time, 19:35.
Corngll won the greatest triumph of
her history In boating. The Ithacans
literally swept the Hudson. In each
race the crews, coached by Courtney,
had to fight all the way from start to
men If they were ready, nnd fired his
pistol. All six crews got nwoy In good
stj le, but the Cornell boat soon began
to creep ahead. At tho end of the first
eighth of a mile Cornell had a lead of (
ten feet over Wisconsin, while the
other four shells were zigzagging
alongside of the Badgers' coxswain,
Ai mo cnu or me nunner nine wiu
Ithacans had their shell a good quar
ter "f a boat length ahead of tha
Dadgcrs. At the end of the first halt
mile tho six shells had begun to assumn
final relative position In tho race,
which could now bo easily measured
off. Cornell was leading by three
quarters of a boat length over Wiscon
sin, while Columbia was a bare quar
ter boat length behind the Dadgcrs,
Georgetown Pcnnsjlvanla nnd Syra
cuse wero pulling In the order named,
with only a few feet separating tho
noses of their shells.
At the end of the first mile Wiscon
sin had cut down Cornell's lead by half
a length nnd the Ithacans wero bare
ly a quarter of a length In the lead Co
lumbia had dropped back half a
length behind Columbia, with l'enn
8hanta ten feet In the rear and Sra
cue a half length behind
0er tho next half mile Cornell be
ban to make up what she had loM Lit
tle by lltlct tho Ithacans pulled nwaj
from the Dadgcrs until thej were lcid
lug by a full length. Columbia clung
to Wisconsin without losing n foot
whllo Georgetown, Pcnnsjlvnnla anu
Sjracuso were onco more almost even.
The Dadgcrs wero still ready to bet
that tho would win tho race, and their
hopes leaped up again us their crew
rowing nt two points lower a minute
passed the two-mile flag, with Cornell
barely seven-eights of a length to the
good Tho samo distance separated
the Wisconsin nnd Columbia boats
Two and a half lengths behind Colum
bia. Georgetown, Syracuse and I'cnn
slvanla wero stilt nip and tuck Hall
a mllo further on the Itbucans were a
length and a half In tho lead. Colum
bia was still clinging to Wisconsin
whllo the other three eights had nil
pulled up n good length on the New
At tho three-mile flag tho race seem
ed to bo ocr, for Cornell was now two
lengths ahead. Columbia had dropped
back to a length and n quarter behind
the Dadgcrs, and theso three crowi
were the only ones In the rate Hut the
Dadgers wero not ct whipped Onco
more they spurtid and onco more they
cut down Cornell's lead by a quarter of
a length lieforo the Ithacan's had
reached the three and n half mllo flag.
There was more power, however, left
In the Cornell boat, and the Ithacans
simply laughed at the Dadgcrs and then
let out for the finish.
Cornell finished three good lengths
ahead of Wisconsin. A length nnd a
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three races did tho Ithacans dare at any I jmbin boats, while tho Quakers were
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time to let down on their speed,
The Wisconsin boys won tho second
honors of tho da), and to them belongs
great credit for the splendid fights
which the) made In the varsity and
freshmen races, In both of which events
they finished a ktrong second to tho
In all threo tacts Columbia finished
third. In the four-oared Pennsylvania
was second, but In tho varsity race the
Quakers finished In fourth place, nnd In
tho freshman race they were fifth 1 he
University of Syracuse beat the Quak
ers for fourth place In the freshman
event nnd In the vnrslty Syracuse
fought Georgetown out in the last few
lengths, heating the bojs from Wash
ington by less than a jard at the finish
line. In nono of the races weie the
records touched, hut In all three events
tho times were not far above tho fast
est that have been made In this course
Despite, tho clouds nnd rain a big
crowd same to see the races. All
through tho morning it seemed as
though postponements would be iiecxn
sary, but as the hour for the first race
of tho day drew near the wind died
away and gradually tha sun fought Its
way through a nasty sky, Tho races
were all rowed under splendid condi
tions. The crews had a fair wind with
Courtney snys that his varsity eight
hnd power enough to have lowered tha
record of 18:03 1-5 made by Cornell a
car ago, If thu crew had only been
harder vrcssed. Tho Ithacans now
make public the fact that a week ago
they came within four seconds of the
record, and that they are suro they
would have dono oven tetter this af
ternoon if they had had to fight a
little harder on the last mile. They
admit that tho freshmen raco was a
Bin prise, but they Bay they were confi
dent of winning tho four-oared event.
The story of tho big varsity race Is
the record of a hard struggle for all
six crews for four lone miles. For
almost a mile the long, graceful shells
were lapped In tho struggle. Over the
second mllo Cornell began to gather
her lead, hut Columbia hung to Wis
consin for second place with a dcadl)
grip, whllo Georgetown was almost
nose and nose with the New Yorkers,
with Pennsylvania nnd Syracuse only a
(ew feet behind. This -was tho order
of tho boats up to the last half mile,
where Pennsylvania spurted and finally
Syracuse Jumped ahead of Georgetown
only a few yaids from tho finish.
Cher tho last two miles of tho race
Cornell widened the gap between her
and the Dadgcrs little by little, but
twice tho boys from Wisconsin spurt
ed and pulled the Ithacans back, Co
lumbla hung to Wisconsin up to the
threo-mllo Hag, and oven at the begin
, nlng of tho last half mile Wisconsin
1 wus leading tho Now York boat by
only a length nnd a half Georgetown
held fourth place up tu the last hall
mile, when tho Quakers pulled awny
Tho Washington hoys struggled hard
but finally dropped back to sixth uiul
ist place lu tho struggle
II was almost G o'clock when Hof
oio John Uiibtla nskul tho wuslty
nearly two lengths behind tho New
Yorkers- S)incuso was not moro than
fifteen fee behind I'cnnsjlvnnlu and
Georgetown was less than a jard be
New Orleans. Juno 'Jl-lt Iibb de
veloped about tho boarding house'
whero tho sailors and muleteers worn
recruited for tho Ilrltlsh during tho
South African wnr, according to a sto
ry printed today In tho States, that tin)
dlsoaseB now raging In South , Africa
among the llvo stock thero nro due tn
Inoculations mndo In this port by Hoer
sjmpathUurit und disgruntled mule
teers plalng oven with tho Ilrltlsh.
It Is said that tho lrus was secured
from n Philadelphia chemist, and thnt
It consisted mostly of carbon and
Slanders. Tho Ilrltlsh nro now retal
iating, so It Is Intimated, by refusing
entrance of Louisiana cattlo to South
IIILO'S CUHTOMK COLLHCTOR
Hllo, June 27. T. C. Itldgway has
been appointed Customs Collector for
this port to act at such times as J C.
Itldgway may bo absent from the dty
as Territorial llank Examiner. Tribune.
NINTH INFANTRY VETERAN
DEFENDS ARMY NAME
Tennessee Fight That Results in
Dead and Dying -Defender
of Aimy Kills His
Knoxv Ille, Tonn , Juno 22. A slan
derous attack upon tho Army iu thu
Philippines, made at a garden party
ghen by a churcn near hero last night,
started a desperate light which Is like
ly to cost four lives. Ono man Is dead
and three others, Including tho tradu.
rer of the soldiers, and a discharged
regular recently returned from Manila,
who defended the name of tho military,
arc probably fatally wounded. The af
fray caused tho greatest constornatlin
In the crowd gathered at tho party.
rirearms and knives wero used and
dozens of men about the placo became
Involved In the quarrel, as partisans
or peacemakers, before quiet was re
stored Dead John Kennedy, nged 45. In
Jurid Alonzo Darger, stabbed twenty
times, cannot recover; Charles Ilobhs,
lindl) cut about the face, neck an I
breast, Lincoln JTondny, stabbed, Jug
uhir vein almost severed
Illvalry for the favor of a joung
woman hnd u part In bringing about
the encounter. Mondny, tho success-
ful suitor had Incurred tho enmity ol
larger, who had as supporters Hobbs
and Kennedy Tho quarrel began with
a mild oxchango of personalities Then
Darger said "Two thirds of tho
American soldiers who went to thu
Philippines wero hoodlums and tha
othir third wero cownuls and bullies."
Monday, who served three years in
the archipelago as a member of the
Ninth Infantry, and who is a survivor
of the massacre of Company C at Da
lnnglgn, Saniur, sprang to his feet and
gavo Darger tho Mo. Tho latter, en
couraged by HoEbs, repeated his
chargo and Monday started to attack
him. Deforo those near tho combat
ants realized flic seriousness of tho ,il
fair, Darger nnd Hobbs had drnwn
sheath knives and began Blushing
about with thorn with tho evident pur
pose of Injuring Monday and any who
might como to his assistance
Monday drow a poclTot knlfo, and,
retreating slowly, fought Ills assailants
Inch by Inch until ho was headed up
against a stone fence, whero ho mada
a stand A partlsa of Darger slipped
to his side and stealthily knocked his
knlfo frora-hla hand. When Monday
lost his weapon several friends rallied
around him and ono of them handed
him a revolver. Darger, Hobbs an-1
Pleased With Von Waldersee.
London, Juno 23. Tho trlbuto cl
Count von Waldcrseo to the Ilrltlsh
army In his speech at tho dinner given
by Carl ItohcrtB hnB been received with
tho greatest satisfaction by tho Ilrltlsh
press, and his remarks are comment .'d
upon this morning as an official ropu-
illation of tho Insinuations reccntlv lelr plrty tll(,n form0(, for a concert.
mihllshed in thn nnirlonhobu nress ?. ....,. . ... t. . , . , . ,
w--. .- - 1L.U until K tl'Ult irUIll 1UHH UI I11IH1I1
and sinking to tho ground, Monday
emptied his revolver, bringing down
Kennedy, and the fight was over.
Survivors of Steamer Roralma.
New York, Juno 222. Tho Quebjo
line Btcamer rontabella arrived today
from tho West India Islands On boaid
the steamer wero threo survivors of
tho steamer Iloralma, namel) Gulsop
po I.uclno, Salvador Alello and Kran
Cisco Dangclo, all seamen These men
vvcro In tho hospital at St l.ucla for
Earthquake Shocks In Italy.
Homo Juno 22 - V violent shock ft
enithquako Is reported fiom Cassana
Alejonlo, In tho depnitment of Cnta
bria No damage was dono.
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Dawuson, June 19 Tho clean-up In
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as lecent rains havo glvm tho miners
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Kvcrv mun Is Inking advantage of I'.--high
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lltci.ill) pouring Into tho hanks I lie
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