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JVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. It., MONOAYi PEP. 21, 1910.
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BROOM SIGN NEARLY IS HOISTED ON HEALANI SHED TWO OUT
OF THREE EVENTS 00 THEIR WAY ROWING IS ON ITS
FEET ONCE MORE.
It Is Indeed good for clean nma- know about (he game Is not worth
teur sport that men like Lloyd 'Conk- worrying about. ,Ti.
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ling. WrHoilbrbn, Tom King, Bill
Lyle nnd n dozen other moving splr
Itn in the tlcnlanl nnd Myrtle boat
clubs determined that the art ot
rowing should bc revived find once
pioro claim the Interest that l). de
serves. Yesterday morning's contests be
tween the oldtfme rivals was the
cleanest bit of dead-game amateur
sport that has been Been In Hono
lulu for n long time.
And. lo'y of Joyg. the good old Ho-
nlanls have nt last removed the hoo
doo under VHIcfilnfy hate labored
for five years. Tho bos who, time
nfter time, hnvo come up to face cer
tain defeat nt the hands of the Myr
tles at last turned thp tables nnd
captured two out of the .three raccj
after desperate efforts.
Tho bargo race went to tho Myr
tles, but the shell and pair-oar
eyents were won by Henlahls, after
contests that will .long linger In tho
minds of those fortunato enough to
see them. ,
Lloyd. Conkllng must it) given
most ot tho kudos. Uesldcs acting
as cox, ho has coached the crews in
tho finer nolnts of the game, and It
j was his excellent Judgment ot pace
that enabled the Healanls to wear
,down their doughty opponents In the
Bhell ana pair-oar events.
Anil what sort of a greeting did
the gallant Healanls get whep ihey
won out In tho two races!, It was
i simply great, and the way utter
strangers shook hands with op? an
other, and yelled congratulations,
was. a treat to see. vKo longer was
the broom hoisted on . tho Myrtle
shed In token of a clean sweep, as
hm hppn the wsv for venra nsst. The
'gallant Healanls have come Into
their own again, and their wins
(mean everything tor rowing- In this
from now on the olutlme interest
wfll be taken In the regattas and
Sunday races. No longer will tho.
events be foregone conclusions be
fore the crews face tho starter. In
future the crowds that flock to'the
waterfrontAwlll be assured Not good,
hard and close races. ' ,
Tho Healanls have coruo to life
w(th a yongeance, and Conkllng,
Hellbron, Lightfoot & Co. are to bo
very muplj congratulated.t
Vt l'n'.lowlng aro sonio. pf , Jjip U
(l sporting events scheduled for to
U day nnd tomorrow: IS
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;t Today Columbia Uois vs. All- J
it School Team. ' Jt
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tt Marines. tt
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tt Tomorrow Columbia Boys vs tt
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HOME OFFICE WILL
Tho ftwanty-throo Japaneso, who
woro recently arrested for poachinp
on I.aynan Island have received .cable
word tion tno nomo omep, ot pe .tym
pany in Japan iv tha offflft n,n do1
monts wpro on tho way to bo t(scd lp
tho defense of the man and directs
thorn to hnvo tho court suspend ac
tion till the papors arrlvo here.
This action on tho part ot tno nomp
WOOD amil COAL
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Honolulu Construction & Drayipg Co., Lf().
Office Fort, below Merchant
gQoniment has assured (ho Japaneso
across tho. water
win no taneii
with iioachlpg that their catc
uy uo 9pmpany
W. A. Kinney, of tho nrm of Kinney,
Ballon, I'rosser & Marx, has been re
tained ami win uppuur iui uvui in
cour.t to ask for the continuance.
Tito composer of "Ooo-Qoo Eyes" and
"Bllly-Balloy" has been committed to
thu poorhouse. tt is unlikely, however,
ihnt ihi will havn ahv effoct on the
harvest reaped by the you-wrltc?tho-
wurds-nnd-wa composo-tho-muslo gen'
The Crowd. ,
Now tor ine crowu anu me rncen.
As everybody 1b aware, it was a per
fect day, and tho harbor was like a
sheet ot glass. Even out at the bell
buoy the water was as calm as the
Cleteland 'Walklkl dayl Ererythlng
was at Its best, and the faces were
started well on time.
Both the Myrtle and Healani sheds
were crowded with spectators. and
the greatest Interest was taken in
tho different events. r
Columbia Boys Present.
The Columbia Boys were present
In fprpe, and. everyone who, had, the
nleasure of moetlne them had a good
vord to Bay for the lads. 'A better
behaved lot ot youngsters it would
be hard to And, and the knowledge
they displayed about rowing, swim
ming, and, in. tact, all kinds ot sport,
Cullen Ward. , .
cullen waru, tho young Austra
lian who la going to (he mainland to
Introduce the Victorian game ot toot
ball, Is a very bright young feloy,
and beslpes bong an expert, at loot
jail, Is a recognized champion swim
mer. He is representing ,the Royal
Lite Saving Society also, and as He
(b traveling with the Columbia ,Ooys,
he, Is naturally a baseball enthusi
ast. Ward donned a bathing suit
yesterday and showed how the Kan
garoolanders do the famous "crawJ"
stroke. He is fast in the water, and
will make 'the California. swimmers
do something around the one'-mlnute
mark to bent him over the xoo
Raphael, who catchts lor tno
Boys at 'baseball, was an Interested
spectator, und ho showed by his re
marks that he is a level-headed ana
clean-snort-lovlng lad. It wa's quite
Interesting to listen to Raphaels
tnlk about tho Boys' nine-month i
tour. With reference to basketball,
Raphael stated that it was their
knowledge, of .that' game (ljat ena
bled thfpt toehold their own in the
Australian football matches. The
slgnalB that the lads we're'oonvorsdttt
with in basketball came n Just the
came for football, and Raphael laid
great stress upon that fact.
As to baseball, thU young catcher
Js a peach, and what be does not
the Hoys arc fine young fel
lows, nnd never Is one of them heard
to use an ugly word or a curse. Ono
thing that Is especially noticeable is
the utter absence of the "pill" habit.
"No cigarettes for the Columbia
Boys," Ip the1 slogan. "It's this
way," sad Official Scorer Flres,tqne
to tho writer! "We don't smoke nt
all, and the consequence is that we
foujid In Australia that ouf teapi
was in One condition in trie' second
half of all the football matplics,
when the Australian boys were all
In. Tho boys down thero smoke cig
arettes, nnd that Is bad." And to
that there Is nothing to add except
that it Is, a miserable fact. Kids or
ten years old .may bo seen "doing
the drawback,!' which means (hat
the practise ot inhaling Is in
Barcc Race. Y
uui now tor tne rqwing races. Tno
first event was the barge race, nnd
In it six joung athletes from the He
alanls faced a Ilka number from tha
Myrtles) The course was from the
channel buoy to the Healapl shed.
The two crews got awny to a very
even start, and both jumped into a
34-to-the-mlnute gait. The Myrtles
had the Inside course, ami they
moved through the water lit "fine
style. The .Healanls "were, wde out
on tha quarantine side of the rjar
bor, and were rowing in 'good,sfylc.
At pile No. 7 tne Myrtles quick
ened their stroke to 3C, and al
though ,the Healanls responded well,
the Myrtles gained a slight advan
tage. As the boats passed the Myr
tle sbed, the Healanls had dropped
almost' a length behind, but they
wero still rowing gamely.
In the lait hundred yards the Myr
tles sprinted desperately, and the
Healanls were seen to be beaten.
The line was crossed by the Myrtlos
with an advantage of one and a halt
lengthB over their opponents.
Then the Bhell race camo up tor
discussion, and thero was a do-or-die
expression on the fares of the men
as they took their teatB In the boat.
Lloyd Conkllng looked serious as ho
grasped the rudder lines nnd said a
few words to his crow. ,
The start was a good one, and both
crews hit up a smart clip from, the
wo;d go. The boats were level for
the first halt of the Journey, but the
Myrtles got a small lead after that.
Then, within ISO yards of the fin
ish, Conkllng called upon his men
for a supreme effort, and they re
sponded nobly. It was anybody's
race right up to within five boat
lengths ot the line, when the lea
Itnls took the bit between their teeth
and forged home the victors by, six
With ono victory each, tho exclte
wpj)f was Intepse,. and. the specta
tors were worked up to a great state
of enthusiasm. The pair-oar would
decide everything, and everybody
was aware ot the' fact.
As the crews paddled up to the
starting line, the Healani "barrack-
ers" wero actually praying or yic;
tory. Then when the grews were
despatched on their journey, it was
noticed that the Myrtles got away
The Healanls were a bit flustered
at the Btart. hut soon got Into .their
stroke. The Myrtle hoys recovered,
themselves qnlckly, and although
both crews wero a trifle ragged In,
tbalr work, the boats came through
the water In great style.
Without a toot between them, the
two crews came rating down the
strptch, and When passing the Hea
lani shed It was Impossible to say
who were ahead. ,
It was7 a ding-dong race right up
to the flniBh, and for a test ot en
durance a better race could not pos
sibly bo sce,n anywhere. The four
men were "at) in" at the finish, and
It was simply a case of pluck and
luck which ended. Ip the Heaanl
boat Cfawllng pyqr he Hue liajf a
tengin to tne goog.
Then'lt wag 'SHIp! JilPM llpl!!"
for the Healanjs, ant a tiger for
Cox Conkllng. 'And well (he cheers
were deserved by bptl club and pap
As long as the same bunch of
sports take hold of (he rowing races
in this city, the Healanls and Myr
tles w(ll (hrlvo and flourish. Amen!
Cbas. Brown, 1; 1). F. Hellbron,
2; W. JI. Cameron, 3, and l. Cuuha
at stroke, manned the Healani shell,
tt-Feb. 22 Country Club "At Homo'
and Bill Lyle, l; Myhre, 2; Bell, 3;
rind Bechert, at stroke, represented
In tho barge race, the llcilnnls
were represented by A. NvVn, 1;
II. Lemko, 2; A. T. Longiey, 3; W.
Desha, 4; Scroggy, S, and T. Norton,
stroke; while Gosling, 1; Marx, 2;
Dyer, 3; Shebn, 4; Olrdlor, .",, and
Bailey, nt s'foke, crewed the Myrtle
1'. James and 0, B. Lightfoot wore
tbo pair-oar crow from tho IIe.i1.inl
shed, nnd Mnrx and Qlrdlcr teprc
sented the Myrtles.
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Returning from a Two Ters' Ba-
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Premier Pianist of the Far Bast
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Fort Street Below Beretania
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Big Crowd Attends at Boys' Field to
Watch MainlandeFs Do Stunts
St. Louis' Team Is Not Strong
On Saturday afternoon the Colum
bia Boys gave the local 'lads another
taste ot their baseball quality, and
y defeating tho St. Louis nlno by
f score of 6 to If showed that If thp
combined schools, are to win today
they will have tp bUow exceedingly
Muhclm, and Raphael formed tho
battery and did good work far the
Coast boys. The pitcher, Muhclm,
Is a really good twlrler, and he show
ed flno h.eqd wprk and control up t 1 1
the' seventh Inning, when, 'in' run
ning (or a catch, he stepped Into a
hole and sprained) his ankle.
Still the game joung fellow stuck
tq his guns and pitched the remain
ing Innings. The St. Louis team
scored one run In the eighth, and it
was mainly owing' to Muhelm's sqrp
foot that they did so.
Caveney, at second base, played n
star game, and two catches that he
hooked from high "up In the atmo
sphere were rcaj peaches. The lad
was cheered for his good work on re
turning tq the bench. The catches
were real hot ones, hnd were ma,da
at a time when things looked dan
gerous Irom the Columbia Boys'
point ot view.
t Thero was no scoro In the game
up til) the fourth nnlng. whep Ola
ipr hit a two-bagger, and then
rpmpeu home on a passed ball. The
Boys again made one In the seventh
and eighth, 'respectively, and Rpsen-
inai anq apnne( were tno scorers.
' In the ninth Inning the visitors
started the ball rolling In style,' and
when tne runners could be segre
gated it was found that three runs
had been registered) Rosenthal
tapped; Caveney made a two-bagger,
and then Big-hitter Prang register
ed the act apd Cnvepey got home.
Nagle made first safe,, and then
Burke made what shquid have been
a home run, but' what cost him hla
life through his cutting abase. How
ever, Prang and Naglo' flashed home
over the plate and three runs were
The gam was a good one, and al
though Ksplnda did not seem nblo
io ge( the ball over the plate, it may
have been that his catcher was not
abet to hold him. This afternoon,
with Chi Bui with the mask, thero
may be a different tale to tell.
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahl Street
Chang of Program, Monday,. Wed-
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Additional Sports on Pago 9
' TO THE COAST.
(Special to the Bulletin.)
- WAlLUKU, Maul, Feb. 18. M. R,
Perrelra, forcmnn of the Maul News,
left pu the steamer Lurline for San
Francisco last Tuesday. He wUl be
away six weeks. While on the Coast
he wjll have his fyeslght attended tq
by lending eye specialists. George
Rhoades takes Mr. Perrelra's placo
on the Maul Newa. during the fore
.That a degree In veterinary medicine
Is not necessary to allow one to fill a
horse's teeth In Massachusetts has
been decided by the Superior Court In
Boston on appeal by James Bell of
Thomas Hay, Canadian Paclna rail-
way claim agent, and a victim qf tho
Spanish River (Ont.) wreck, died ro
ccntly at tyorth Bay, Qnt
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