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EVENING 11UM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II. TUESDAY. SEPT 13. 1910
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HEALANIS MADE STRAIGHT
OFFER FOR RACE
Proposccl That Tour Seniors
Hon Each Crew Should
Meet in Shell Event Keen
Rivalry Between Clubs,
tlicro will surely bo n stoat gather
ing nt tho clubhouses on Saturday.
A great number of country people
will In! present, nud the picseneo of
the Kniin, Hawaii, crew of canoo pad
dlcrs will inukc one race, at any rate,
an intcrlslniid affair.
llcrt l.lghtfoot states that koine of
his nun wanted a shell rare mid that
llcrt l.lcllbt on went l the Mjrtlc.i
and said: "Wo will take four men
out of our tenlor crow and raco them
In a shell event against four men
from jour senior crow. There w.ib
nothing doing, n ml tho matter
dioppcd right there. -Tho offer was
n sti.ilghtfnrwnrd one, nud one that
would hau rceullid In a lino raiu.l
However, It can't be done now, nud
tho shell race Is out of the question.
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DETAILS OF DEL MONTE
BIG GOLF TOURNAMENT
There was a big croud at tho boat'
clubs hut evening, mid from 3 o'clock
on till datk Ihe harbor was dotted
with boats manned lij tho
which uto to race next Saturday lu
tho bit; nlimi.il regatta. lioth tho
Mjrtlcs and llcalanls were well rep
icseiitcil on tho- water, and the Out.
rigger crew, which Is going to pad- JJfJ R AT LAST
iiiu uganibi me pi k oi mo isiauus,
was also out doing sumu fast Work.
I'rom all appearances thcro Is go
ing to be some good racing on Sat
"'. "-."'".'LnJr'S Will Box at Milwaukee on Sop-
fVVIII 111 in i MIX nfc viiu fijium ..in
lint.. It till llwtla. ..tifii iuiiu tints tirii'
uatv 4b 111! VIH.II 1I11 "Jt livj llv
MATCHED FOR BATTLE
going to bo mUtitkcn for sure when
It comes to a sliowdowit in tho lie
tuatruces, Tho terrible talcs that are going
tho rounds about the llcalanls becom
ing seated uro Just to much poppj
crick tiud wortbj of no credence. "Tho
llcalanls m.i) bo beaten, but they
will noer iiult," dcclaicd llcrt l.lght
foot this mornlngi when commenting
on the blunted article, in tho morn
ing paper. "Yes," chipped In George
(i.ill, "that's (he dope, and tho Ilea
Inula won't train by moonlight,
That (hero Is Intonso rivalry ho
twecn tho boat clubs is very appar
ent, and as long as tho nrtalr tines
not heroine too hitter, It Is nil for
tho good of tho Bport. Still, It Is it
great pity to hear n member of one
club talk about the rlvul shed fur
publication, and thu remail.s attrib
uted to Homo of tho Myrtle men uro,
to say the least, not quite tho cor
Tho llcalanls descrvo great credit
fur tho way they huvo pulled thu
club tnfcthcr during tho past year,
and now that u lot of now members
hate settled down to hard wort
cvcrjtlilng Is going on nil right. To
cay that thero Is nti discord In tho
club Is to state Boniothlng that would
bo better left unsaid
All tho bitterness that was shown
by tho statements In tho morning
paper seem to hate urlsen over the
subject of a Fhcll raco. Tho Ilcaln
tils consider (lint they should not bo
asked to conlpcte against n crew ot
oldtlincrs, and as thej only Intended
to use men in mcir crew wuu nan
failed to make thu other crows, they
would appear to be In the right.
Now for a more pleasant subject,
nml that Is tho big list of Imitations
that has been mado up, Tho llcala
nls hnvo neat out over twelve, hun
dred of tho badges that will act as
passports to both bo.itdubs, Tho
Myitles have a I mi Issued a trcmon
Whitney Played Splendid
Game While Looked Like
Catching Up Every Time
But Failed Somehow.
102H Nu n nu tit
tciubor 30 Took Long
Time to Arrange Match
Great Go Expected,
After trying to get a mutch with
Ail WolgTist uuri since tho latter won
tho title from Ilattllug Nelson,
I'ackcj .Mel'arlunil, tho Chicago
lightweight, finally has succeeded,
k.iju tho Call of September 3. Tho
Uiainphm and challenger will battlo
In a 10-rQiini no decision built lit
Milwaukee, on September 30.
In former attempts to match tho
stars of tho lightweight division tho
weight question alwajs has kept
them apart. Mcl-'arland Journcjcd to
Milwaukee last night to witness tho
White Conlcj match and thcro met
Tom Jones, Wolgnst's manager. No
Mioncr had thej gotten together than
Jones Mild ho would agree to let
l'ackcy weigh In at 0 o'clock on tho
day uf tho light.
Jones came down to Chicago today
and covered Mel'.irl.ind's $50(1 forfeit
moncj, which has been posted for
mine time. As soon iih tho club
Willi h Is to take tho mill posts Its
forfeit, tho .lighters will begin train
Tho bout will bo Wnlgast's only
real engagement slnco ho hurt his
hand In a battle In Milwaukee It
also will bo Mcl'.irland s first go
since he battled 20 rnundB to a draw
with l'red Welsh In London and It
will ho tho first tlmo he has ever
met tho champion In. his class.
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I'lTTSllUllO. Sept. 1. Pitcher
Chrlbty MuthcwMin of thn New York
Nationals maj go to a hospital for
nu operation His stomach li.is.bccn
out of order for a month and ha ex
peels to take n week off In Now York
to enter a sanatorium lie has been
udvUcd b phjslclans to linc nu op
eration performed for "mouth breath
ing." 'I ho iiiis.iI pnsiages uro so ron-Jniuch the k.iiiiii order
on tho twcntj-flrst hole, Whltneyi a :t a tt M n It tt n n U 11 U
laid himself u Btjmlo with nu mer-jjl a
run put, but "ho mashled out In flno tt COMING CVCNTS. tt
stjlo for honors, J to fi. Whlto'R tt l ,tt
bunkered npproach on tho twontj- " Bccrctnrlcs nnd niannKcra of tt
third gino Whitney nnothcr opportu- nlhlctlc clubs arc Invited to fccml tt
nlty nnd placed him thrco up. '" ho ''"tea of any oventu which tt
Whlto's lino drive brought him tho tlioj may bo getting up. for In tt
next 3 to I ittsortlon under tho nbovo head, tt
0.'. tho tw"cntj .nth ami twenty-1 A'ldres, nil co,munlctloti1f''lo tt
seventh golflng luck staved White off lb SrUnS Editor, llullotln.
"',""""'" "".' "u '"'""'"' "" a Oahu Juniors.'
ed two long puts la Sept. VS.-Asahls vh IMIamns.
A teeblo drive of Whlt.iej s g.i i o ,8Mu lck- AaIg u
Whltu a chance on twentj-etghth,' n (I q i ., t
nut no nceiicu cverj tiling oucrcii. as 0ll , ....... ,,.,. .-,... it a,'
a result of his own poor approach,
tho holding of a twelve foot put re
ducing W hi I lie) 's lead to twu up.
White was laid a stjmlo on tho
twenty-ninth, and his sliced put
stuck lu tho cup's lip, trembling, but
still losing Mm honors. Tho next a Sept. IT. Annual It(uttn
four holes were halved quickly, a
tt U C , Moanalua. '
tt Sept. 17 Malih.
tt Sept. i: O Hall Cup
Although Austin White was beat
en h) Whitney for tho golf cham
pionship nt Del Monte, ho put up n
good game, and tho following details
or tho play will bo read with In
l'l.ilii gulf divided tho llrst two
holes four to llo In each case. A
well recovered maslitu gave Whlto u
banco on the third, desplto Whit'
ley's good appio.ich, and It was
halved lu live. Whitney used hla
deck fur driving throughout tho
match almost Invurlublj, and on thu
fourth got off a short ball, landlug
lilm on tho far sldo of tho bunker,
Whlto laid down au approach In fine
style, which resulted In Ills taking
tho hole four to live nud honors. Olio
up lending oft for tho fifth, Whltu
was overconfident, a bad drlvo result
ing, which 'lauded him In tho rough.
Ills approaches were good, but Whit
ney squared tho honors by laying
ilown on'o for a full eighty fuut,
which 'gnvo him tho hole.
Whlto took tho sixth with two nlco
puts, but tho match was again
squared on, the Bovcnth. Whlto
mashled out In grand style, after be
ing In troublo with a pulled drlvo on
tho eighth, with tho result that
Whitney's poor puts allowed him to
gather tho hole, lloth narrowly miss
ed twos on tho turn, which was
halved In three. Whlto's cleek shut
following hU drjvo on tho tenth Just
cleared tho hunker, and, bounding
high, dlrippe.irc'd In tho rough.
I.uclkly for him. It lauded In nil
open sput and ha gained the fni
green with one, but that one stioko
squared the match, after ho had miss,
cd tho cup for a six. '
Whltno) guined tho eleventh, the
twelfth being halved In four. Play
lug tho thirteenth Whlto mado a
hravu attempt to escape a three
quarter styllc, but the sliced put
stuck on tho cup rim, and Whltncj
was 3 up. Whlto laid a nice drlvo
on the short fourteenth and reduced
Whltnej'a lead when the tatter's put
stuck at tho very rim of tho hole,
Whlto should hnvo hnd n thrco on
tho fifteenth, but failed to come
through after being on tho green
with his drive, the hole being halved
lu four. i
Tho sixteenth showed Borne good
puis, being halved In three, tho foro
noon's piny ending with Whitney olio
up, the remaining holes being halved
Tho teroiid hnlf's play wus of
a a tt a a tt tt it a tt tt a tt tt a tt tt
Whlto had u pitifully short put on
the thlrtj -third, whero ho had a
chance, only tho Jumping of Whlt
ncj 's bull over tho cup preventing
tho ending of tho match at that
point. I'lajlng tho thirty-fourth,
which It was necessary fur Whlto to
win lu addition to those remaining
to stave off defeat, both had short
Whitney assured himself of tho
championship by lajiug down a bov-cnty-flve-foot
approach within two
feet of tho hole. It was halved In'
three and tho gallery Immediately MISS ALMA LYNDON
congratulated Whitney as Coast From. the Rickard Circuit
it tt tt
NOTHING MUCH DOING
IN SPORTING LINE
BANVARD & FRANKLIN .f-
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Baseball Quiet And OulyJuii
iors on Job rlcw LcagUC.'r
With tile exception of tho regatta
thcro ,1s nothing much doing lu tho
way of Hiiort, unil things uro very
quiet around tho town, Thu, CXllai
leacuo hits not UF arranged Its
schedule for the so oud liat ;qf thi!
EC.it.oti, and it wuii.d sccni as If thero
will bo tome delay In getting It go
ing. Thu O.ihu Juniors uro plajlng
whenever they can, nt tho Athletic
l'nrk, but the wet weather has Inter
fered a lot with tho Raines.
Theru Is tome talk of u league bo
lug started up bj tho commercial
houses of I' ' city, and tho St. Unils
College ? ' team, tho Spaldlugu,
thu Heath and thu I'ostolllcu nines
could meet 111 tho series.
Spaldlng'H. Irrcslstlhles have done,
ill that was1 posslhlo so far on tho
diamond. Ticy havo only played ono
game, and J.hnt,was nst week against
the Saints. Tho'Spulitlug outllt woji
that cis) enough, nnd now they uro
If-oklng around for somo.other hunch
In t.irLI,. fe '. 4
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The spoclal scries .that, was pro-
l)ed between tho Saints No. 1 team
and tho I'unalioun, has been dropped,
as no agreement wns possible onnp
tho suggestion that a purso be. play
ed for was made. ' !
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Htructed that ha call not hrcuthu free.
ly through his nose, pinking It neies.
or put up thu game of which ho was
I capable except lu rare spots After
dons number of tho ribbons, and s.iry to breathe through tho mouth. White's nlco approach of lllty yards
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