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CHAMPIONSHIP AT DEL
M0NIE GOES TO C. WHYTE
Honolulu Plavcr Did Orc.it Woik,
but Extncntc Won Out in
Long Hun hpcctacular Play.
Honolulu Is Indeed well represent-1
ed mi the mi Inland al present, with
golf, teimlc and rlllrineii all doing
their licit tu uphold the honor of
tho PnrndlKO of the Pacific. Austin'
White, .Mis. Coulter and tho mem-'
bers of the S. (1. II. team loudly'
unmmno tho fa t that llairrill In
on tho map as far as athletic go.J
and the icuril or winie in nis par-
tlcular lino Is nn excellent one. He.
Is only a youth, hut. still, managed
to gel iiiiii mo niiai or mo nig ii
Mdnte championship nffalr.
Two incii or nlmost the B.ime name
very rarely meet in n big thamplon-
ship struggle of any m rt, and when
Austin Wlilte ami Cumpbcil vnlo
went up against one another on the
links on August 23. there were many
remarks on the coincidence
Austin White holds the Hawaiian
chntiiploiiBlilp, mill since going tu re
side In K.in I'rancUco he has shown
every elilence or iiecomiug, evoiu
Unll)v a .woimI'iT -champion. It was
his Inexperience, Hint tost him the
championship of California thlnear,
and as ho Wfis up against n very
steady pl.ier, who was quite con
tent, once ho was In the lead, to
hold Ills' opponent safe and to leave
spectacular work alone.
The final result was a victory for
Campbell Whyte, who beat his opiki.
nent three up and two to go. Wlillo
started off badly In the champion
ship, as his first dtlvo wont among
some rough o.iks and he lind to use
three Bhots to land the green.
In tho afternoon Austin White
brought oft a spoMacular piny, when,
at the eighth green, While was laid
a full stymie, after' he had Just fnll-
ed on a forty root put. Pulling
hlmsolf together, Whlto lifted hU
ball and dropped It squarely Into tho
cup. The shot brought forth cheors
from ever) body, and It was by fnr
the most spectacular shot of tho
Tho competition was very close,
and tho young representative of Ha
wall showed that he has all the malt-
In K of a champion. With u little
more experience and an older heud,
White will go far In golf circles.
8 8 8
Another excursion to Maul muy
bo brought ort at tho end of the
month. Siuh a trip should drnw a
big crowd of pleasure seekers, and
tho Valley Island people would have
a chance of once more showing what
they can do In the wuy of cntertulli,
Joe Forrest Is going to tacklo
three men In a reluy skntlng race
over a three-mile course. He will
skate one, man the first mile, thou
let a fresh opponent In, and event
ually a third to wind up with.
Any time of the day and you
you know. Sit down arid
and a quiet talk. It'll do you
Tho Two JnckB.
OREAT INTEREST BEING
TAKEN !N BIO EVENTS
Myrtles and Healanis Going Strong'
in iriumng aiuuis inc ivuvci
Premise to Be as Oood as Ever.
Regatta Day Is luomlng up as a
great d.ile. noil mi September 17 all'
Honolulu will bo on the waterfront I
for iuo.it of the hniim of daylight,
Hvervlhliiir iirouiliteH to bn the best
ever, and the crews that are In train-
lug are feeling fairly fit, at o en
this eailv date.
Mvrtlen nro nolni- strone. and
nteml InliiL' to dn tli., Ileala-
..i. .... nun nhnno ihU vear. The ;
" - I
jJlto leiilor irew looks well on p..jeanoii Is to loinnilt a crime, for
jlliri ,( wm, mn ,ju t stroke '") " '"" i niumtr is iciurmuB
them the crew should do well ugiilnH ' 'er nest with some food for her
XUi,lr ,ciim,i,tni,e oppoueiits. The helpless little ones when shot. Tho
fn tri!W (a follows: 1 II 11 i().Cl.coiikeqiieiico Is that the young birds
K.r,.. ,v McUciiienl. r,: John."19 of starvation, and aioono witn
0'iIren) 4; n. Chllllngworth, 3;
1uul sulimlilt. 2; Oscar Mhro, bow.
Tht. Hcalanl outfit Is n follows: II.
Hellbtou, stroke; II. MrCorrltou, "i
Joe Kamnk.iu, 4; W. Uycroft, 3; l.
Cunhti, 2; V. Fernandez, bow.
Schmidt had nunouiioed his re
tirement from rowing, but he was
prevailed upon to tuke up the gnmo
nguln Tor this legatta. The Myrtles
have also got a couple of freshman
riuu'H out on the water, and the lads
are shaping up well in their work
The Healanis tire the candy Kids
in n lot of people's estimation, anil
the way they are tackling thejr
training stunts augurs well for their
holding tho Myrtles every Inch of
the long courses. The Healnnl men
have adopted n fltio stroke that cur
ries tho boat through tho water with,
out much cffoit. The men swing
well together, and the roll Is very
slight at present. Ily September 17
the ciews should he rowing a line,
even stroke that should carry them
through the watfr to victory.
Tho committee In charge of affairs
at tho Heulanl club wrote to (leorge
Towns, ex-champlon sculler "of the
world, and Inquired as to tho cost,
and other details, of an clght-oar
bout. Towns replied that he would
want n little more Information bo
fore ho could figure ,on n first-class
outrigger. It Is probable that
Towns, who is one of tho best boat
builders In the world, will get an
order from Honolulu, and that the
fact will bo made mu'.h of In the
Tho regatta this year should he
a fine a flu I r, anil, given a fine duy,
the usual throng of sightseers will
doubtless crowd the harbor front and
cheer their favorites on to victory.
The committee In charge or the
regutta Is made up of the niont ex
perienced men In the gnme. T. V.
King, llert llellbron and Irwin Spal
ding form the lommlttee In charge,
and a good bunch it Is,
8 8 8
Tennis will bo started up again
soon at the Y M. C. A. courts, undjmto tweo e8g ), K tt wld-
a tournament may bo held.
SEPTEMBER 15 WILL
BE THE OPENING DAY
Many Men Shooting Out of Season
iiumc uuimiu us unjijtu -
Young Birds Starve.
On September K tho open Boaoon
for pheasant will start, and fremiti
that time on the gunner of the HaVli
wnllan club will be hoi nfter tho'n
fine birds. It fs to be regretted that
for koiiio time past alleged sportsmen'
have been shooting the birds. Tills
Is ngalnst all deceincy, and In time
w' "-,,l- end In tho extormlnatloii
f the beautiful game birds. To
"IhhjI a pheasant In tho breeding
u morsel of pity In them would not
like to sea that happen. There nro
some men, however, who nro cruel
enough to not care a whoop about
the sufferings of some young birds
which die from starvntlon. Let
tliese ghouls look at the. proposition
In another way; If tho young birds
ar allowed to die In their nests
from want of food. In time the sup
ply or pheasants will, of course, run
out, and then there will be no shoot
The members or the Hawaiian dun
Club havo Bet down their feet on
the ruthless shooting of any kind of
birds, and they have established a
rulo Hint the men who go after doves
snail not snoot more man miy in n either. It so huppetis that before tho
day. Kven thnt number seoms hlghfl(!lt t jiredlcteU to u group of phy
t some people, but It is good to. Hca. nroclsolv what siibBentienllv
have some kind or a limit set. Tho
gun club peoplo are all right on the
proposition, but tho country "sports
man," who shoots any old thing Hint
comes his way, Irrespective or what
the season l.. gets In his deadly work
all the time.
it ii 8
Owen Mornn doreolcd Frankle " a well conditioned ntliletel Jcr
lluniH last nlKht In n ten-round con! 'tiv' already depleted neno forte had
milled on In San
decision could be
given, according to the law, but thatl '"" "", '. . "'?"""
i mi I, i V. .nn..ni. ,... inmI should 'stick to his lust.' Ills
, lu"' ' tu-" ""'"- ;- ","","
" " '!' "!ft ! " ,S." .
or the referee tells wbut he thinks
after the fight
The Y. M. C. A. sports will be
busy before long, and swimming
races, hundball und other sports will
be going soon. Dr. Hand Is expect
ed to return soon, and ho will at
once start In to get his classes Into
Seven people were recently kilted
In a head-on collision between two
trains on the Central Vermont rnl
wuy near Nnrthlleld Falls,
A ho nls always satisfied wl)h a
will see men
have a glass
Holol nonr Fort
Secretaries ami managers of
athletic clubs arc Imlted to send
In the dates of any ovents which
they may bo getting up, for In'
sertlon under the abovo head.
Address all communications to
the Sporting Kdltor, Hullo tin,
Sept. 3. Miliary vs. Marines; St.
Louis vs. 1'iinahoii.
Sept. 3. C. A. C. Jrs. vs. Asnhls.
Sept. 3. Mil Hocks vb. l'alam.i
Oct. 23. rour Hall. Foursome, It.
(. C, Moannltm.
jj gP.,t. 2. Match
Sept. 5. B, O. Hull Cup.
Sept. 17. Annual Hogatta
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DOCTOR EXPLAINS W
JEFFRIES' MENTAL STATE
Claims He Predicted the Big Boiler
maker's Defeat AH a Matter of
Mind, Says Doc.
New York, Aug. 22. In nn artlclo
entitled "Isbous for the Athlete In
the Jeffries-Johnson Klght," pub
lished In tho Now York "Medical Jour
nal," Dr. O. Frank I.ydston of Chicago
criticises tho training methods em
ployed by handlers- of pugilists and
declares that all a lighter needs In.
preparation for a fight Is lighting.
Hope skipping, weight handling and
handball all waste time mid energy,
Dr. L)dston nssorts. Ho says Jef
fries was whipped' by his training be
fore he stepped Into tho ring.
" 'Jeffries' grouch' was proof enough
of his precarious physlcl.il condition
and this Is not a ..ise of 'hindsight
happened at Heno. 1 laid particular
stress upon Jeffries' Irritability, which
to mo was proof posltUe that his
nervous strain wus not standing tho
grueling wotlc of training, (live mn
eery time ' u athlete who smiles. A
perlectly . . .i 'liy man Is good nut
tired W: n bhould bo better natured
been exhausted by his training when
he entered tho ring at Itcno,
,f... I.-.. i. .. ..,,.,. ,,,.
first duty Is to acquire synin:
ffr-IcBl development- put
first duty Is to acquire symmetrical
muscle of his body in the best los
slble condition and then bring It under
his brain control. His muscle fiber
should bo subject at all times to his
bruin cell, to his will. Having accom
plished this he Is ready for trulnlus
for contests. In his training let him
stick to his lighting; let hlmllght.
tight, fight, until it Is time to rent up
for the buttle."
TEX RICKARiT WILL
llilE BAIT TEAM
Stan of National and American
Leagues to Play in Ten Largest
Cincinnati, Aug. 22. It became
known yesterday that Tex lllcknrd Is
buck of the scheme to take two All
American baseball teams on a tour of
this country when the regular souson
ends. Ills man In Cincinnati, who Is
handling the money for the teams and
who will conduct them on their tour,
is ii. A. Fletcher. Tho teums. It Is
said, will go to the ten largest cities
In this country.
A club rnmpiised of National League
players will pbiy against n club com
. posed of American U'uguo men.
In the IM of the National league
I men arm Konelchy of St. IjiuIh, first
Inlaw; liny lu nf .New York, second;
i Wagner or I'ltlsburg. shortstop: I lev-
,liu or New Vmk, third blue) llesclmr
mid .Mlli'hidl nf ('liirliimill, left unit
rlKht Ili-ld; lliirfiiiiinii nf minimi, run
ten (llhxon nf I'liulnirn and llresuii
Iiiiii of Hi I.OUIU, niii'liers, Hunker nf
lliniiklHI, lllimn nf Chlnmi mid Mai
liiiusull nf New nk. ilH'his
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thrniiehfiut Ihlu IbIuiiiI Is belnir umitld V s
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iuiviiui pi'mi.uiihiuii null mil .lull) b
the coast Irom Makaimu l'oiiil to the, &A
ut'steru end or the Island. .Tliesi?
iigiiis win ue oi i mi iiiosi peni'irnum:
that mo iiiade and will bo able to
pick up a ship nt hon for n consider
Wink Is now going uu on tho (urn,,
of Diamond Head u the ciiiistruiitliMi
nf giillerl for the leiiptlull nf Ilia
seu.'ciniKiiii, Mini when lustullcMi llicy,
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radius nf ten til lldiwll miles.
, A miu mini in WnshlhRlmi Hlitlji.
while Immliii; inni, UMiliJut&U
shul a UUsiciunrxihl Kill, I'liO ajrY
miu mn Murlimnly luJiiiteL Ihn tol
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