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REOATTA DAY PROMISES TO BE BEST EVER HEALAN1S AND
MYRTLES READY TO BATILE IT OUT TO THE BITTER END
MANY INTERESTING RACES.
Now thfit Itegattn Day la only n
llttlo mom than n week away, pco
in are talking of the glories of pant
Septembers, nlnl sizing up tho mm.
lug struggles between the llenlnlils
and M)itleii, In the. pant there have
Lcen some inn) inccs between tin two
clubc, unit although for a long pe
rloil the Myitles managed In elevate
the hiiw.ui at tliu nil of Itegattn
Day, tliu Ilia mils showed last year
that they tteio .inning to llfo with1
u vcugeaiu'e. l J
The Infusion of new hlooil Into
tliu Healuuls ill d u wonderful amount
of good, mill tho younger members,
hacked up hy tun veterans, foon'
lieKan to kIiow what they could do '
l.loyil Conkllug illil wondois In thel
way of coaching, nml then, to wlinll
tip 111 a blnie of glory, steeied the!
crewB to victory. It wiir mainly!
through Omkling's cltorts t lint tho,
llealauls illil io well Hie day that'
they met tho Myrtles In a friendly!
contest early In thin year. I
The different crown are working!
out every afternoon, ami the senium,!
Junior! mill frenluucii of hoth chilis!
ure pulling in Kiii'iiiiouit iic.kh. lien
llellljrun Is doliis meat work In the
way of machine and the rest of the
etcrana are giving expert tiilvliu to
Good Program Assured.
The ri'Kntta committee la hard at
work, .anil Tom King nml liln rol
leagues aie determined to make the
reguttd this year its good, if not
better, than any of the pant. The!
program Is now being arranged, lind
on It will ho tho usual InteNltili row
ing races. Tho canues have not lieon
forgotten cither, nml the HpectutnrH
will once more hnve n chance of seO'
lug a haolo crew of paildlera go up
against an outrigger .ramie manned
hy llawallans. Last year, much to
everybody's surprliio, the white latin
won a benutiful race. It remains to
he seen If thoy can repent tho por.
fnrmanre on Saturday week,
Tho shell race proposition Is lie
ing considered, and there. Is but
little doubt that two four-oared
shells will bo mantled by llealanl
and Myrtle men, and a great race
Then the wrens and pearls ore
going to get a chance to show their
pace before tho wind, and I.utlier
Hough, Myhre, llolte mid the rest
of tho Honolulu yacht club memhors
will sail uround the harbor. Hough's
Pearl Is all fixed up now, and he
feels confident that he ran do any
thing with the small craft nowa
days. If I.utlier Is to cox most of
the crows in the different rowing
rucos, he will not be able to sail
his pearl, In that case ho will put
nnothor skipper at tho tiller mid
will watch the performance from the
Tho Hawaiian Bailing canoe races
will be good, also, and the way the
natives handle their trail craft will
surprise the mallhluls. Itst year
theso races worn excellent, and the
No matter hovy hot it is outside, if you can keep cool
INSIDE you're, all right
Climb out of your office chair and see our mixologist
"It's The Fashion"
Tho Two Jjickfl,
paia attained by tho canoes was
Then the paddling races for wo
men tire ulwajs Interesting, mid t lit)
Makal IJ.ue ntu) oilier cialt will
surely be t,e en 111 action. tKiwn In
Kallhi bay the .rows ate training
haid for Itegatta Day, and some
fast times will doubtless he put up
by the paddlers. .
The pair-oar raro between Charllo
Chltllugwortu-Krnnk Tlumipnou and
l'rluce Cupid-Alec Itoberlsou will he
a beauty, as all four men are train
ing hard for the event. Charlie
C'hillliigwortli even went so far as
to do a lowing Ktunt from away on
Kauai komewheto hack to Pearl Har
bor on Labor Day. Then every nft
eriinou the bunch goes down to the
wateifiont nud works up a marvel
ous pace over tho smooth water of
the harbor. The big dinner that Is
at stako on the race Is being looked
forward to with keen relish by tho
thirty live guests who hopo to bo
t: n ::
McKenzie and Miss Orecnfield Are
Beaten Two Sets Out of Three.
HIIX), Sept. C The tennis match
pla)ed last Saturday nfternoou be
tween the champions of this year's
mixed doubles tournament, Mrs. Pat
ten mid I.. S, Connesn, and the last
season's champions. Miss r.oulso
(Ireeullehl mid McKenzle, resulted In
n victory for tho former, who will
hold the cups until next year. In
the (list set ConucKS was weak, but
In tin) two following sets ho came,
hack to his old form, Tho score was
1-0, 0-2, ti-4.
Tho challenge match between
llllo, repicsonted by Conness mid
Alee Desha, and Hukalaii, repre
sented hy Fred Henderson and l'rank
l'rascr, was won hy the llllo men,
who won tho first, lost tho second
mid won the third set,
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DOTS AND DASHES.
There Is not miKh doing In ten
nis tournament Hue nowadays, but
there Is plenty of private play going
on. All the courts are in regular
use, and some promising young play
ers are coming along. Tho new
courtB nt the Moana Hotel are about
ready for use, mid If they wear as
well ns they look, they will be per
fect. There Is talk of another match
rato to bo pulled off at Kaplolunl
Purk In tho near future. Jerry
llroderlrk's llttlo niaro Coplt (not
Copltic, us so often called) may run
a race with some other pony before
DID WELL ON THE WHOLE
Sydney Referee Speaks Highly of the
Visiting Team 'Vanity Men
Do Great Work in Antipodes.
Now that the All-America Itiighy
team Is home from Its Australasian
I tour, a resume of the concluding
games of tho schedule Is Interesting,
sas the Chronicle correspondent, I
In my last letter I wrote accounts
of all the gnmes played by the Ainer.l
lean unlveisltles football tennis up1
to July ". imludliig the gamej
ngnlust Sydney University on that,
The seventh game of the tour was
pl.icd Wednesday, July C, ngalnst
the Central Western district team
at Wodo Park, Orange, New South
Wales. Tho American hacks had
now become more of n unit and their
play was better than In any of tho
previous games. The filial score of
11-!) In tho university team's fa
wir gives a good Idea of how evenly
matched both teams were.
Ilrowu at fullback played an ex
ceptionally lino game, his line kick
lug being of u very high order.
All during the game tho towns-
people were very generous In ttfelr
applause and a stranger would have
had difficulty In picking tho homo
team, so Impartial wero the spec,
American Universities 8,
The Australian tour was closed
July 9 at the Sydney cricket ground.
Sydney, where n draw gamo of S-ull
was played with tho Metropolitan
team. This game proved the sur
prise of the campaign In Sydnoy, our
, team displaying form Infinitely su
, perlor to that of any earlier gnme,
Our forwards held their own In
.etory department of the game.
. The Met o'to linn team contained
I wime of the best plajeis In Svd
ney, nml a drawn gnme with such
u team shows very adequately the
Improvement which had taken place
In our team.
It will bo Interesting to note mi
mtlcle In the Sydney .Heferco at
"Tho American university team Is
going back to America with n thlgh
appreciation of ltugby union foot
hall ns a scientific gnme, with an
exalted opinion of the sportsman
ship of their opponents and with a
feeling that nothing can ever nh-
literate tho memory of the campaign
from their minds. As a rule I da
not see n very great deal of Kugby
tourists off tho field, but I always
make a point of noting the senti
ments of their principal spokesmen
and the attitude of the men In mat
ters of discipline and training. The
Americans ure thorough sportsmen
They huve played the game stren
uously, but with scrupulous fairness.
There tins never been a more loyal
set of men on tour; never a team
that had a lilrhcr conception of what
TIolol wmr Fort
was necessary to their physical wcL
fare. And they acted up to It. In
this they may be held up to Colo
nials ns a pattern. The American
team has had conditions to test them
ns men and ns sportsmen. They
hne had hospitality showered upon
them nud they wero beaten In four
matches 'straight off tho reef.' They
went through 'all this and have left
Austrnlia, udglng them on the form
of the last match, an Infinitely bet
ter combination than they were on
their arrival. They hne made
hosts of friends; they believe that
these friendships will last foreer;
nml they hope to renew them nt
no ery distant date on American
soil. As exponents of Hugby tho
Americans came to Australia most
niltiitrnlili In flip fnrwnriln lull not
I rollei tlvelv cood In the backs. Tho
forwards Improved, but the backs
hardly Improved In attack for tho
first half ilczen matches. At the lln
I Mi. however, it was made clear that
the backs had nt last mastered tho
art of p-irrtng with skill and of nt-'
lacking with something npprnachlng
real system. In their first game
they gave many Blow lot posses, nud '
in this way, tlmo after time, lost!
petition gained by their fo.wnrds.)
Put at the close they wero p:uslngi
sharply, straight or practically
straight, with the men running fnst
and taking tho ball at full speed.
The earlier passing was of a crude,
booklBh sort of football; nt the closo
It was tho real thing."
On tho morning of July 11 the
team left for Wellington. New Zen.'
land. At noon Friday, Juno 1C, wo.
landed In Wellington.
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MVRTLES AMD US
TifflE Hi DANCE
On Regatta' Night the Young Hotel
Will .Be Scene of .Toy and Fun
t Big Crowd Expected.
On the evening of Itegattn Day,
tliu Myrtles and HealanlB will give,
n ball nt the Young Hotel, mid tho
function promises to bo the best
ever. A (ommlttee composed of
tleorga Hall, Harry Hailed, lloh
Chllllngworth and W. McTlghe has
chargo of things, mid everybody is
working hard to make ever) thing n
The best f music will bo provid
ed, mid w a It is announced that
Haul's n,i.i. ,et will play, It will bo
si en that the best possible wultzes
mid two-steps will be on tap.
The boat clubs know how to do
things in style, and when they com
bine forces In tho evening, nfter be
ing ul duggors drawn during the aft
ernoon on tho hnrbor, something
really good In the way of fun Is
a a u
DOTS AND DASHES.
Doc Holler Is still lying In tho
Hotel Waldorf biding tho tlmo his
broken ribs will knit nud become
Btrong enough for him to venture
out, says an exchange. According to
the physicians who have tho case
in charge, Holler Js one of the gum-
est men they ever met. Tho fruc
tures were the sixth and seventh
ribs, and they wero completely
broken uway from the breastbone.
As the ae'ldent huppened dining the
first half minute of wrestling, when
Holler fell backward over the low
ropes, the doctors marvel that he
never guve any sign of tho Injury.
but continued to struggle under such
n handicap. As soon as Holler Is
well enough, he Intends taking his
wife for tour of the continent, mid
will ho gone nhout a month. Ily
that time ho will bo sulllclently re
lovered to ulow him to resumn
training, mid should (lama bo fctlll
unbeaten, then he will Immediately
rhnlleugn him to a return mutch.
Holler feels roiilldeul that, barring
nrcldeiil, ho Is better than the brown
iiiiiii from the Kiut, mid will not
lest until ho pioes It.
LONDON. Aim. !!K. The Johnson-
.lelTlles pictures have arrived, hut
limn Is no mild mine for them hem
The owners of I lute pli lines ht
loM a woibl of money hy not gel
ling ihi'iu in or in the loulliient at
nine uhiMl 1 1 1 1 y wine in.id)'. Hulue
nf ilio slinlm mining Mum I'mm"
a In in i I hit liikn pleliiiH of Ills llslil
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It In Hails Mild Mil Ilin Liiiitlnilsl
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oln In bunches. Outside, of Paris
tliu nnthes ueer gut wise tu tho
substitution, and It will take a lot
of education to bring them to the.
teal mtlcle when It Is tukeji over
theie. Thunias II. Cnrr of Minneap
olis Is hero with the films of th.
Wo!gnf.t-Ne!soii battre, hut there has
not been enough talk nhout this
contest out there to indiico tho peo
ple to Hock to see them.
Tho boxing fraternity Is going,
slow Just now, and although, thorn
arc rumorr. of several matches with
ill a few weeks, nt pieseul nothing
dcllnllt) Is scltled. When Dick CiilV
Ion returns fumi Australia he limy'
get a mulch heie, and If Madison Is
willing some bonis miiy bo nrimiged.
Htiiulc) II. II Athfoid. a Hono
lulu (iiutli. hu is now ilepul) rul
leclor of nitniiM si AiiimihiIIs, m
Inmii dollift Milne rim Inn lulely, und
lin whs u member nf h uIiiiiIiik ttruw
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