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Tho Wcokly Edition of the Brenlns
Uulletin Rives a complete summary of
the news of tho day. For 81 a year,
The Hegntt-i Day sports will start
tomorrow morning promptly nt 9
o'clock nud will continue till about 3
In tho afternoon. The centers of at
traction will be at the Mjrtlc and
llenlanl boat lumres, where guests will
be cnti'i tallied by the club members nil
day nnd every effort will ho made to
Me that the tx ration It one uf pleasure
to cer)one present.
The program for the races will be
one which will be full of InteieM.l Tho
races between the .MjrH" and the Ilea
lanl club will uf course attract most
attention nnd If the predictions uf the
vise men of the wnter fionl come true
the honors rhuuld be shared. The
Mrtlo senior crew should carry away
the honors In Its rare as It Is general
ly conceded to ho uronscr than that
uf the Ilealanls. Still there Is n chance
fur one of thore sttrprUes which oc--r
ecry now- and again and the pur
ple nnd while may take a sudden ad
vance when the finish line Is In sight.
In the freshman race the tnle Is dif
ferent. The Mjrtlc crew Is said to he
men faster than the senior crew ol
the saint- club, but at that, there are
two weak places. If cither of these
.men glvei out, and they both finished
badly In tho dial practice spin which
was given the new- last night, the line
It gone. The llrnt.-inl new looks to Ijh
stronger and unite as fact. On this
account they will ptotmhle be the fav
orite In the race tomorrow.
The ran- for slx-paddlo cnnoeH will
bo one which wilt take the fancy ot
any of the spectators. The cicw which
Itai been entered by Dr. A. V. Wall In
Ills new law canoe, the Han.ikrokl, Is
thn favorite. It is the uld Alabama
crew with on new num. In practice
against a. picked irew at WalMki they
won a trial of about threc-iitarter of
n mile by h.il.' n dozen lengths and at
that had lots of steam left for a grand
Hand finish. Prince Cupid evidently
has some idea that the cicw which he
bus biuught down from Komi can do
something with the Wnlkllil boys. Tho
Kona cicw will low In n ennoe owned
Ly tbo prince who, It ta snld, Is willing
to hails them olf the board. If they
win they will take a good bit of llono
lulu money back with them, an tho
local Haw-allani) who know what Is
what In canoeing nre ready to back Dr.
Wall's boat and crew against any In
the Islands and then think that It is
Dr. Wall conies in once moio In tho
race for tailing canoes with his Hale
kiilanl. Ha has a lino boat as Is ac
knowledged by all, but must go against
the very pick of tho IslandH in tho en
tries by A, Afong, I'llnco Cupid, Isuau
llillii, and a number of others.
Tho old-time rivalry between the
Klnau nud the .Mnuna Lou will start
again In tho rate for btcumcr boats
Which will win Is n toxx-up hut It will
be n cIujci rate und tho feeling will
piobably hi inoro bitter than that ot
any nice of (lie d-iy.
Tho Judge' boat will lo anchoret
oil tho Fort ilicct dock and all the
finishes will ha opimslto that point.
Tho following entries hno been
mado for Itcgattii Day, tomorrow:
1. Hlx-odird gig, btallonury scats.
Straight ash oars.
Kanocl.ml, entered by Prlnco Cupid.
Kaplolanl, entered by Geo. Hairls.
2. Blx-onrcd sliding scat barge.
Alt lingers, entered by Myrtle Iloat
Club. Clew: Stroke, L. C. King; No.
C, W. H. Hoper; No. 4, L. Underwood;
No. 3, Sam Johnson; No. 2, A. Kwart;
No. 1, K, Drown, coxswain, I.. Hough.
Healanl, entered by Ilealanl Iloat
Club. Crew: Stioke, Paul J. Jurrett;
No. 5, Ctfu. 1'rccth; No. 4, 11. McCor
llston; No. 3. II. 1,. Sullivan, No. 2,
SI. 1'. Uohlnron; No. 1, V. Kcrnundcx;
coxswain, H. Stelncr.
Kamchamcha, Hubert Scott.
Hawaii, C. Lewis,
3. Sccond-clasH yachts.
Princess, l'rlnco Cupid.
Myrtlu, Geo. Crozlor.
0. Hlx-oared sliding sent.
Alf llogers, entered by Myrtlo Ilout
Club. Cruw: Strohe. C. Pudeklu; No.
5, C. Cowan; No. 4, i:. Hlngloy; No. 3,
T. Cooper; No, 2, H. Smith; No. 1, A.
Myhro; coxswain, I.. Hough.
Healanl, entered by Healanl Iloat
Club. Crow: Btioko. N. II. Lansing:
No. It, It. Clurk: No, I, II. V. Cormyn;
No. 3, Jos. Archer; No. 2, K. Human
ku; No. 1, Cnrl Oss; coxswain, 11.
C. Fho-oarcd whulchoats.
Kanoolnnl, entered by Prlnco Cupid,
Kaplolanl, entered by fit-o. S. HurrU.
Pilot, entered by Chas. Olo.
No. 2, entered by Purdy.
7. Six paddle ennoe.
Hiiuakcoki, cntcied by Dr. A. C.
A., entered by l'rlnco Cupid.
Alabama, entered by A. M. Ilrnwn,
d. Senior, pair our Blldlng seal
Mnigaret H.. cntcrrd by Slyrtlo
noat Club. L. C. King nnd W. H.
Healanl, entered by Healanl Hoat
Club, flen Fi-i-eth and H. O'Sulllvnii.
'J. Junior, pair oar sliding scat
Jlutgnrot II cntcied by Myrtle Hoit
Club, (lus. Dccbcrt and F. Ilechert.
Healanl, cntcied by Healanl Iloat
Club, Geo. Desha nnd Ed. Desha.
10, Sttamer boats.
Manna Loa, entered by Jan. Frlel.
Klnau, entered by Jos. Fern.
Kdulkeaoiilt, entered by Kane.
11. Soiling canoes.
Halckulnnl, entered by Dr. A. O,
Homal, entered by Prince Cupid.
No Name, entered by A. F. Afong,
Klaloa, entered by Isarc Ihlhl.
Alabama, entered by A. M. Ilrown.
l'allkea, entered by SI. Punohit.
Mnblkl na-Iao, entered by K'allula.
Kaan-apuhl, entered by II. Halcla.
Kttlahlklola, entered by John I.I I.
12. Two oared shore boats.
Mayflower, entered by Noah Hiram.
Everjtlme. entered by Noah Hiram.
Minnie, entered by Tims. Mnbuka.
Daisy, entered by Noah Hiram,
The otnclals of the regatta will be.
Judges: Capt. T. K. Clark, O. L.
Sorenson and L. do L. Word.
Starter: (leo. Turner.
Timekeepers: Leslie Scott, Wnlter
F. Drake nnd W. C Wilder.
Clerk of the Course: H. K. Murray.
llegatta Committee: C. C. Rhodes,
Ceo. Crozlcr nnd M. SI. Johnson.
Kccordcrs: John W. Bhort nnd
Arthur C. Neelcy.
Secretory: A. H. Murphy.
A nilinlior nt Ihn tnrrnr vnr1ita fmm
this city have planned a cruise to take
place on Kcgattn Day. Threo that nro
Mactlcallv rerlnlli In i-.i u-lll lie dm
(Ilailys. Iji I'alonia and the Kanieha-
mena. ine plans are to tnkc a fairly
early start and run down to llnrber'a
Point, where tho wreck of tho Sheri
dan will he Investigated nnd then a
second trin tnl.rn In nnmn ttnlnt nnl
cs yet decided In all probability,
however, they will go to Pearl Har
bor, where thn night will be spent and
the tcturn trip bo made on .Monday.
The fact that Dick Sullivan Is going
to row In the lace between the Hea
lanl nnd tho Slyrtlo freshman Is caus
ing a great deal of comment all
through the elides of those, who me
fond of the boxing game In this city.
Last night, while talking with the wri
ter, one of tho best known and best
Informed snorting men In the city
"It looks to me lll.o enlargement of
tho cranium on tho part of Sullivan. I
have seen this before In oung fcl
Iowb who havo won n couple of lights
nnd havo also seen them brought to a
sudden realization of the actual size
ol their bead, with tho addition of 'a
few lumps nud bruises, after a period
of this ovcr-conltdcnee.
"It Is much harder to row a rnco
like that which Sullivan is going into
than to fight fifteen hard rounds, and,
for that matter, Sullivan docs not
know what a hard tight Is. I have
keen this man Mcllvaln work out nnd
bo Is a big, strong, willing worker.
I bellevo Hint, man to man, Sullivan
could whip him, hut ou cannot scu
mo In) lug any money on Sullivan
when ho deliberately takes such a
(hunce as bo does In this case, by tir
ing himself out completely on the
morning of u fight.
"I hear lie thinks that ten hints' rest
wilt ho enough for him. He will bo In
woiee condition nt tho end of that tlmo
than ho will bo mi hour nfter tho
I ace. I am sorry to see him behave
In this manner."
Tho result of tho talk which has
been iiiiised by Sullivan's action bus
kept down tho betting nnd tho Sulll
an men aro afraid to give any odds,
as they naturally would. There lias
been practically no money wagered
sliit-o tbu match was made.
Tho baseball gamo tomorrow be
tween tho Knmehamchas and (he I'll
nations will bo ono of tho most excit
ing of the season from the present In
dications. The Puns havo no Idea of
giving up easily, hut will tight
throughout to the laBt Inning nnd havo
alreudy started to strengthen their
team for tho struggle, which will end
tho season, If they win.
A new fnco will appear on first base
according to the stories which wander
lotiud baseball circles, In the person
of ono Sanborn, who lias been work
ing for some tlmo past on Knuul, and
la snld to havo hud a league expert
into In tho Eastern States. Ho Is
said to bo a batter who will straighten
rut curves In a way which wltl bring
fear and reverence Into the hearts of
Tbo Kams, as far oh tan bo learned,
havo not mado any changes, believing
that they have things pretty nearly
their own wny, and Hint with tho prac
tise, which they are keeping up care
fully, they will ho able to win from
tho Puns, then going up against tho
harder game of the II. A. Cs for tho
decision of tbu tlo which such a vlc
toiy would t-nuse.
The tlass tournament of the Pacific
Tciinlb (,'liih bl progressing rapidly
and during tho last week u number
of pluyeis havo changed their mllngu
by victories over men In clashes
nbovo them. Tho following tnhlo
gives tho btandlng In tbo classes nt
licsciit and tho games played recent-
Class I W. P. Roth.
Class II F. C. Atherton. A. T.
Class III r.. It, Adams, C. II, Cooke.
W. F. Dlllliigliiiin, 0. (1. Fuller, II. (1.
Dillingham, S. 11. Dciby.
Class IV S. (1. Wilder, Dr. W. 1).
OnldAln, 0. S. Wuterhoiise. J. P.
Cooke, Dr. IUunchard, D. II. Hitch
cock, J, Wntci house.
Clash V F. E. Stecre.
Class VI O. P. Wilder. A. F. Judd,
Albert Afong, C. W. Baldwin, R. B.
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SEEDS FOR SALE.
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 319.
Dealers In Lumber and Go'
allen & -odinson,
queen st., :: : Honolulu.
M, W, McCHESNEY & SONS,
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