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Report On Hawaii
After due consideration Iho com
mitter appointed to nnko the rules
In connection with the use of the
jnrlit Hawaii, tiirneil In their report
nt n meeting of the club last nlghU
.The rules, which are printed be
low, nip subject to alteration by
the hoard of directors of the club at
pny time they mnv think fit. The
icport reads ns follows:
1. The jncht Hawaii shall be In
I iharge or C. T. Wilder as a special
' committee, until Ills mirreiuuir In nn.
pointed by the hoard of directors of
the Hawaii Yacht Club. He shall
have full chargo of iho jacht. He
shall gle orders for all repairs, re
newals nnd painting nnd other work
of the kind and shall hate full
tontrol of the jacht's sailings, sub
led to the following conditions:
a. The ncht Hawaii shall not
leae her moorings, anchorage or
wharf unless a responsible captain,'
named by the special committeeman
and authorized by lifm, Is In charge'
of the jnclit.
b. In the crew shall be nt least
one professional sailor, Alex Lund
qulst, or his successor ns cnretaKer,
being preferable, and, whenever
practicable, Charles Orenaa, or some
'equally capable professional sailor
stuill also be one of the crew.
c. The crew shall always con
sist of not less than six capable
jnchtsmen, including professional
d. All members of this crew of
six thnt sails tho jacht Hawaii Bhall
be passed on and appioved by the
2. The jncht Hawaii shall be
open to charter at any time, except
on official dates named by the Re
gatta Committee. In which case the
Hawaii shall act as flagship subject
to tho following conditions:
n. The ehaftercr or charterers
shnll pay to tho Hawaii Yacht Club
a sum amounting to one dollar per
day for each member of the party
on hoard, cxcluslto of professional
sailors. Ihe minimum charge to be
ten dollars per day.
b In addition to the sum name I
In section n, the charterers shall
pnj tho entire expenses of the yacht
while In charter, these expenses to
include pny of professional sailors
nnd captain, laundry, wharfage, It
any, lctinlllng, water, towing and
all other Incidentals.
3. When the yacht Hawaii Is
chartered fiom Saturday at or after
noon until tho following Monday
morning till noon, this shnll be
considered as one day. Dajs or
fractions thereof In addition shall
be considered ns additional days nnd
bhall be paid for at the above rates.
-I. Chatterers shall be absolutely
responsible for all breakage and
' damage aboard tho yacht while un
der cbnrtcr, ordinary wear and tear
B. Tho jacht Hawaii shall bo
considered as In charter when she
lo.ues her moorings, except on nn
oiriclnl tilp authorized by the Re
gatta Committee at the Club. In
which case all expenses of the trip
shnll be paid by those on board, but
Ihrro shnll bn no charter assessment.
6. A commltleo Bhall be appoint
ed to frame a set of Inboard rules, a
copy of which shnll be posted on
tho jacht's bulletin board. This
committee would recommend that
one or theso ruios be that tho cap
tain In charge t tho yacht Hawaii
shall appoint bis crew to their dif
ferent stations and divide them' into
watches In all cases.
The above rules and regulations
pretty well cover any possible thing
that might happen, nnd the com
mittee seem to haui thought of
everything in connection with the
n M v
II. A. Parker, the New Zealandei,
who has resided In Ausjrnlla for
borne time past, was defeated In Lon
don littelv nt tennis bv HItchle. who
managed to secure three sets to tho
Maorllander'a one. The scores were
11-13, C-l, 6-1, nnd fi-o. Core and
llarrctt also beat Quill (N. Z.) and
Tarlter (N, 8. W.) three sets straight
6-3, 6-2, and 6-1. Parker was In
(his city In TOOO and had a couple of
games with Will Itoth and Major
Van Vllct. Tho Now Zealandei Is mil
In Norman UiookeV c1uh, but still
plajs n good gamo.
it tt tt
Theie will probably not be a
baseball gamo between the team
that went to Maul and the one that
made tho llllo trip. Tho llllo tour
lets cannot get the same team to
gether nnd would liao lo put other
men In tho nine.
! Base Ball.
July 26: Marines vs. C. A. C.
July 2B: K. Ai C. vs. J. A, C.
July 2t" Bwa vs. Alea.
- (Star Theater)
July 24. Sullivan vs.
Juy 24: McCollough vs.
Wahllanl and other bouts.
July 24: Oahu vs.
Aug. 1: Mclnerny Cup.
- "July 24: lllshop & Co. vs., '
Davis ft Co. i
July 31: II.' C. C. vs. f ,
STANDING OF THE CLUBS. .
Club W. L. Pet.
Pittsburg 62 19 .732
Chicago 43 26 .623
Nevn York 40 27 .B97
Cincinnati 39 33 .542
Philadelphia 31 38 .449
8t Louis 27 40 .4-3
Urookljn 25 46 .352
Boston 21 49 .300
Club W. L. Pet.
Detroit 47 2S .627
Philadelphia 41! 27 .621
Boston 43 32 .573
Cleveland 40 32 .G56
New York 32 39 .451
Chicago 30 41 .423
St. Loulh .....30 43 .411
Washington 23 4S .3211
Oahu League Jnrr
At the meeting of the Oahu Base
ball League Juniors, which was held
nt the office of the Honolulu Park,
Ltd; Inst,, nljjht, final arrangements
wero mule. nnd. the schedule, altered
U3 appears beip'v.
The Initiation fics wero collected
from each team, nnd fiom the pros-
ent Indication the league Is on the
way to a successful s;rle3. The
league openuMts 'schedule next Sun
day mpiilng at 9 o'clock at the Ath
letlcpJuk," arid ns there will be no
charge fm admission a big crowd of
spectators Is 'runs tn be present.
The schedulo Is as follows
July 25 Asahls vs 'p. A. C;
Muhocks vs. C. A. C.
Aug. 1 P. A, C. s. Muhocks;
Asahls ts. C. A. C.
Aug. 8 P. . C. vs. C. A. C.l
Asahls vs. Muhocks.
Aug. 1C C. A C. ns. Muhocks;
P. A. C. vs. Asahls.
' Aug. 2,2 C, A. C. vs. Asahls;
Muhocks vs, P. A. C.
Aug. 1!9 MuliockB vs. Asahls;
C. A. C. vs, P. A. C.
Sept. 5 Muhocks s. C. A. C;
Asahls vs. P. -A. C.
Sept. 12 Asahls vs. C. A. C.;,
P. A. C. vs. Muhocks.
Sept. 19 Asahls vs. Muhocks;
Everything Ready j
For Big Fight
Preparations for the big boxing
match at the Star Theater on Satur
day night' are all complete, and It
only remains for the twin stars" to
step Into tho ring and shape up to
The preliminary between W'nhl-,
hint nnd Kreedmnn should be a good
scrap, and one that will warm tho
spectators up for tho big bout. Thej
native lad Is well known to the fight
fans of this city, hut his opponent
Is more or less qt nn tinnnown quan-1
tlt'y; still the soldier Is said to be n
terrific hitter, and Is looked to give
the Hawaiian a tough go before tho
ten rounds are pau.
Jack Cordoll Is about wound up
for the contest and Is contenting
himself with a few boxing bouts at
the Marine camp and a lot of swim
ming nt Walklkl. He looks remark
ably well and has become properly
acclimated already; , Cqrdell wilt'
surely give Sullivan the.go of his
life, on Saturday ncxtv
Cordell has 'dono mdro --road work
this time than before tho first con
test, and feels all the better for It.
He thinks he did not 'do ,'aufflclent
running and walking when training
for the first bout, .and has made up
for It this time by long Jogs along
tho quieter streets of the suburbs. '
Sullivan, on the other hand, con
tents .himself with boxing and reg
ular gymnastic stunts; he docs not
smoke or drink, and, consequently,
his wind Is alwajs In good shape.
Too much road work, In, Sullivan's
opinion, Is liable to take the starch
out of a man and leave htm limp
when the time comes to step Into
Heine Is looking after tho cham
pion's rubbing down unci general
training work, nnd Is certalnlyigct
ting his chnrgo Into the pink of con
dition. Sullivan looks quite as w'cll
as Cordell and will step Into the ring
a much quicker man than on the
last occasion of his meeting the man
ftom the const.
Tickets for the flglil are On sale
at iitzpatrlcVs cigar store, and tljoy
r.re going off very quickly. Evorj'T
thing points to a crowded house, and
a good exhibition of boxing Is sure
to be seen.
R. RIetow is leaving town, hav
ing accepted the position of store
bookkeeper at Kahuluh He, no
doubt, will be able to lndutgo n hln
favorite sport of sailing over there,
and, ns far as tennis Is concerned,
will bo Johnnie on tho spot nt Puu-
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P. A. C. vs. C. A.C.
Sept, 26 P. A. C. vs
C. A. C. vs. Muhocks,
Oct, 3 Muhocks vs,
C. A. C. vs. Asahls.
Oct. 10 C. A. C. vs. P .A. C;
Muhocks vs. AsahlB.
P. A. C.
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