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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU,"t.,H'"fRIDAY, SEPt! 10. 1909.
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Ten Miic Race At j Program Complete
Athletic ParkJ For "Regatta Day
Tomorrow "the ton' miles race will ( At a meeting of the'ltegatta Com
lake place at the Athletic Park and mlltco. which was held last night, the
much interest Is being shown In the , fdllowlng program wai arrangel and
event. The Jaylneso of tho city are 'approved of: '
certain tneir man, Tsuicamoto, cannot
lose tho race, but plenty of people rely
upon Downey to take the championship
The race should bo run In very fast
time, as the Mllo man will make the
pace very warm from the start, Dow
ney, however, likes a. fast run race
and ho may be depended on to drop In
to tbat pretty, stride of his at tho flash
of the pistol,' and td kocp up a very
even gait right through the long run.
The following offlclafs will be In
thargo of the race:
Judges C. FV Chllllngworth. W. K
Drake, H, T. Mdpre.'' ,
Timers W. H .Smith, Edwin, For
uandox, Dr. Hand,
Referee and Clerk of the Course II
M, Ayrcs, -
Chlet Scorer August Relnecke.
Announcer John , Anderson,
'Iho scoring will, be attended to by u
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vcorpn of scorers under the direction o,
Chief Scorer Relnecke.r
At present there are seventeen men
In the race, but Nigel Jackson swears
he wlil not start, s'o the actual runuurs
will probably be 'about fifteen or so.
j That number of pea should provide u
.good race' and, as the track pans' out at
nve laps to the mUo, the runners will
toon be spread all over the course. -
tjio 'rusvgovf rninstn.0 jaw nave
bectii altered a' Utile, (and tbeimeilltal
examination has been 'dispensed with.
As, tho distance Isionly ten' mile!, U
Yrasi decided 'that a doctor's certificate
was not necessary,, ie . v i "I'l - t
The .scoring of tho laps . will'- beftn
competent hands and a big blackboard
In front, of the grandstandiwlll show.
jusi now many nines caeni man nas
covered. H- '
i The folio Ing men have received onV
clal numbers and It Is thought, that
most of them will start In the race:
1. Whaleboat rsco. 120 cup.
2. Senior barge race. 125 cup.
3. Blx-paddle canoe race. $30 and
4. Freshman barge race. $25 cup.
E. Four-paddlo canoe race. $20 and
6. Senior pair-oar race. $20 cup.
7. Four-paddle canoe race, modern.
$20 and $10 prizes.
8. Junior pair-oar race. $20 cup.
9. Sailing canoe race, modern. $15
and $10 prises.
10. Sailing ennot race ,old style. $15
ind $10 prises,
'11. U. 8. Cruisers. Cup.
12. U, S. Cruisers. Cup.
The above ts a very attractive pro
tram and the rosultlns races should
ill, be close and exalting. The racos
or the men-of-war crews will provide
.mne-good sport as all the warships
have excellent oarsmen on board. It
Aril) be a treat to see the Jackles com
I etlng on our harbor. '
,The meeting last night was well at
tended, and.Tom King represented the
Myrtles, wrjlle the Itealanls were
looked aftor by R. MtCorrlston and
Walter Rycroft. A proxy was present
tnr Lester I'etrle, who Is at present In
Europe. , ,
jT. V, King was ejected chairman and
Corrlston and King will net In that cu
raclty. Captain Tlees of Iho Naval Station
has very kindly arranged for the naval
launch to be put at tho illsiosal of tho
Judges and prcsB, Entries for tho u
rlous events will close at tho Hawaiian
News Company's store at 5 p m. on
Thursday, September 16,
The Myrtles and Healanls bate
joined forces as regards a big danco
which Is to be given at the Moana ho-l
tel on tho evening of Regatta Day, Sep
tember 1J. This affair promises to be
one of the best given by tho populur
clubs for mnn a day. It Is siiru to be.
attended by all tho youth and beauty
of the cltj, and there should bo a Joy
ful time In store for out) body.
0hu vs Cava'ry
At Polo Tomorrow
Maul and tho Fifth Cavalry will try
conclusions on the Mo field at t-elle-hua
tomorrow afternoon. Tlio gnme
is being looked forward to by all the
polo enthusiasts or the Islands, and it
should be a snappy, hard riding match
from the very start.
The Maul team Is a very strong one
and tho men will spare no effort to do
feat the Cavalry. The lattir team lb
Improving every day, and they uru de
termined to give tho Maul bunch a
run for their money.
A special train will run out to Lelk
hua and excursion rates will bo
charged tor tho round trip. The tiolu
will Icavo tho Honolulu depot nt 1:46
and will return to town at the conclu
slbn of the match,
Tho pontes belonging to the Maul
players left Moanalua this morning
for Lellehua and they will be taken up
In easy fashion to tho Barracks where
they will be stabled for the nlghC
The Maul ponies are a sp'endld look
Ing lot and about as good as any thai
have ever been seen In tho group
Frank Baldwin of course has n ln-an
of a mount "Hawaii." This pony Ik
without exception, tho best looking an
Imal In the game at present.
The game tomorrow will bn Inlc
estlng to watch for many reason, tli
principal one being that everyon
Irwin Spalding secretary and treasurer' wants to get a lino on how tho Mm
lor the Mason. TJios Regatta, commit'" idayerif'stackp-lnvfenardsMo-th
tee wan also, electW'and Spalding, Me- Oahu team. . . t
Reilly Will Be
Here On Sunday
Jack Suilly returiii.il on the China
this morning, and Is ns chirpy ns ever.
The iopular sport made all arrange
ment for tho athletic part or the Fleet's
entertainment to bu held nt the new
DoxhiR tournaments, running races
and baseball games will bo brought off
nt tlio Athletic Park, and tho sailors
will always know wher un owut Is
iahediiled to comu off.
Contrary to cxtertatlons, Clmrllo
Re!!!) did not turn up on the Chlim,
lie, however, will be tiero on Sunday,
having secured transportation mi tint
transttorl llint arrives on Hint day Jim
l'nrd, a IIrIuwiIkIiI, ban arrived and
he will pnibabl) be nintclied to box
Itcilly In tho mar lutiire.
Ford Is a good man and Is said to
have u punch In either hand. Ho and
Charlie Kcllly should put up u good
go over (If teen rounds or so.
Jack Scully Is feeling ver) p!eacd
over the wny things went in connection
with tho licet arrangements, and theio
Is no doubt that the ine'i will be enter
taliud with Holne lino stunts at tlio
Jack O .Villi, tho lie,iV)W Ulit Is ox
lected In on any boat now-, and b" will
take on the, champion heavies of tlio
deet and endeavor to put them to
slumberland. All tho scraiw will bi
brought off ut the Athletic l'ark and
there. Is sure In bu u huge crowd of
xpectntors piecent at tho different
Lieutenant Kllgore, of the Mnrtnes,
Is out wllli-n challenge to ati) bise
ball nine fiom un) ship In tho fleet.
The lieutenant wunts to mulch his
team of Murines against tlio best nine
Hint un) (inn warship can produce.
Tho game could be dn)ed nt tlio
l.eimiie grounds on Satiirda) wee',
when Sergeant Harry Is nlso nuxlnus
lo put his N. O. II, tuam up ugiluxl
the Fifth C.ivalr).
Two weeks of careful search bis
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lHipii,irrd fin nitlin rump of Hie
i.t l-i illnte Milltuiy k hnol ut
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Domingo Ferrlera, tho weJ known
Jockey, has a pony that he Is willing
to match against Gay's Sunrise over a
hallmllo course. Ferrlera will race
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