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f ' EVENINa I1ULT.ET1N, HONOLULU, T. It., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14, 1910. ' ," 7. 1
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ALL CREWS ARE
MYRTLE FRESHMEN BEAT
THEIR SENIOR CREW
Healani Crows Shaping Up
Well and Will Do or Dio on
Saturday Wo Mpro Brok
llotli the Mrtlcs mid llcalnnlsaro
putting In their l.n.t licks at siren
uons training, and wllli only
afternoon!) left for work,
arc ncail) wound up to the highest
lioUh. The llcal.iuls wero out In
force yu.tcrd.iy afternoon, mid the
seniors und ficshiiicu did Koine good
work. The tcnlurs hit up a
bolld pa.u ror a mllo or so and then. '""""" " '" ' - organization has been a great suc
belng warmel up properly, did u ;"""" ,'" Sibils), llio Hoy S outs
couplu of splints that mado their "' ' 0"0l"IU- I Tho Hoy Siouls or New South
boat move through the water In1. ' l"''' lw" l-atrols aroieady Wnk, ,ma grcat ,,,,, du)r otl Au.
Harold ' Dflllngliani was coaching
the frrKhluen"and ho got the crow
going 111 (luq. form. Dillingham
knows nil about the game, and his
advko was of great value to tlie oars
men. It wuu'.d seem to bo a pity
that Harold Is not rowing hi soiiiu
of tho rates this ear. I
Tho freshmen uio doing remark
aUI) well Just noV, mid tho way they
tiro shaping up gives tho followers
of tho lleal.ml club much Joy. On
Saturday tho llcalaul rowers will
show cver body lli.it they are much
bettor than was thought, and the
pace thoy will tct their opponents
from tho utait to Mulsh will be some
thing to talk about for somo timo to
Tho llcalaul seniors wcro In
charge of Paul .larrctt, and ho put
them through their paces over tho
course. The crew put up fast time,
and when tin Jlyitlo bunch row
them on Saturday they will know
there 1i.-ib benn something n tiio way
of rowing when tho rnio ends.
Yesterday afternoon tho Myrtlo
tcnlors and fieshmon had a go over
tho courbo together, und at tho turn
Ing buoy the boats wcio about love).
Then, much to everybody's surprise,
the freshmen came along like a motor
boat and heat tho seniors In by hall
a dozcii lengths.
Tho Outrigger Club canoe. In
chargo of Kenneth Drown, did somo
duo paddling work, and tho way tho
hoys put tho big craft through the
water proAilfcs well fnrlhclr'rhnnccs
agaliibt the Hawaiian crews that will
opposo them pu Saturday next. Tho
Iui ii. t crew U a good one, too, and
the contcbt between them and tho
liaoles should ho a beauty.
Charllo Chllllugwnrth and Frank
Thnniphon are 'getting along all
right, and what with long hikes and
hard rowing, tho pair aro looking as
fit as iHisslblo. l'rlutq Uupid and
Alec. Ilobertson linva many suppoit
ers who think that the two must
win from Chlllingwortli and Thomp
son. That remains to liu seen, and
on Saturday thero will ho it Imzz of
excitement when tho well-known men
j!rom anywhere downtown will take you to the
Best Bar in Honolulu
Tho Two JfiolcB.
step Into their boats and row up to
the starting line.
The regatta will be the real thing,
and a flue day's xirt Is being look,
cd forward to by everjbodj.
BOY SCOUT MEETING
Start Will Bo Madeor Nucleus
of Honolulu Army,
This afternoon the Hoy Scout
movement will bo launched, and ' a
meeting will bo held at the Y. M. C.
A. Paul Super lias beeu named na
chairman, and liu bus nominated us
u committee I). Howard Hitchcock,!
Ed. Towio, T,
Diddle and A. II.
flic Hoy Scouts Is not a religious
denomination that Is, It Is not con.'
trolled by any denomination and '
, the fart that too meetings will bo
I held at the Y. M. C. A. Is merely u
mailer of convenience.
The men who aio on the commit
tee are all cxpcrlcnicd in lines of
work that will ciiab'e them to start
the Scouts oft In tho vta they should
go. The pergonal lntercit that tho
Kood,,,"t,n ,wl" ,;l"" '" ,'"" ut"""""
... .,.,.,... v.uiuy,,u..u a lino iui oi
'oungstcrs have enrolled in tho
liu .iiiiu v iuoy,& mm u line iol oi
in I'unahou there Is
and ct onu more on
jneso boj. of tho llcrctaiila Mission
are aim getting into line, and tho
local . Jl. C. A. will likewise cs-
taliljsli a patrol. .
iui Kni leaner, uiu ..oimiuiu,
Scouts shoulrtTOinlnro' I.ivornbly
with other Scoula on tho mainland
and cltcwhcre. Tho Idea Is an ex
cellent one,' and once mora Hawaii
proves to bfc"'on the map as regards
being up to date.
CHICAGO VARSITY .
PLAYERS 'IN JAPAN
Team Might Possibly Return
Via Hawaii and Play Here,
Now that the Chicago Varsity base-
ball lentil is on its way lo Japan It to camp. Thero was ulso heliograph
would liu n good thing for Home of j signaling, ling wagging, and J I li
the promoters to try nud arrange that! Jltmi. In addition to the city and
the malnlanders romo hack via llouo-1 ruburhaii siouts a good number of
lulu und Play miiiio games hero. The tountrv hois arrived fiom the wist
team went by tlm northern routu from
Seattlo lo Yokohama, direct, and un
less their plans aro changed, they In
tend to return tho samo way.
Still ns a trip is lo bo madu to Ma
nila, It might ho possible to arrange
matters' so that llio Varsity men go
homo via this port. Tho thought of
being nblo lo ceo soma good ball
played again Is good and something
ulioiild bo dona In tho matter.
Tho WaKcdas learned somo good
wrinkles whllo In Hawaii and they
will Hiirprise the Chicago cracks when
they go up against them. Tho Kelo
Varsity team will also havo n tussle
with tho .Americans and tho result of
tho guinea will bo awaited with In
tt tt tt
Tho Hngtlsh polo team that is at
pruteut In America won Its llrst vlc-ald, improvised a litter out of staffs
toiy on AugUHt 25, when tho New, anil a blanket, and worked llko u
Haven team went down In defeat to host of Lilliputians round n modern
tho visitors by a scorn or 0 to 8 1 2. (lulllver. Then thoy bore their
Tho score was clnia enough for any-, heavy burden on In tilumph. When
thing, and looms up something like tho round of Inspection had beou
tho tallies nf tho Hawaiian games, 'completed, anil the different depart-
the corner from Fort on Hotel
and there you are
IIolol nunr Fort
N. S. W. LADS ARE
WATCH BOYS WORK
Companies CoillO FrOll. All
r i i i n i
I ill lb IU JUIII 111 I ill.Ui-
Greatest Interest In Scouts
Shown By Everyone,
In view of the fact that this aft
ernooii the first meeting In connec
tion with tho Hoy Scouts will bo
held, tho following description of
some of tho work done In Australia
by tho lads will he read with Inter
est. The Siouts have been cstab-
IIm1hi) fur kntnn tlmn 111 tlin A lit 111-
odes, and from tho very start tho
t , ut (;c,llcI1MaI j.arki Sydney,
,..,, ....... ..,.... rri.
I'VIUIV HUUIlb U,VVV BlVl.llll'll p. ,liu
moots of tho metropolitan section
presented a unique program, lllus-
rn I K'n of tlm wntL' Mine It nil liHfltiui
pronclcnt , durlnB tll0 j.clir. Tll0
-k ,tcctne a a,ltc- of (ollccr,IIB
,,,,. Vmrt ,. n,,.,,,,,,,,! A.
,,turo nlonecrs rcoroduccd back-
,l(Kk acthj,loi, for tl0 bcuclt rof
tho citizens. Hero mid thero nila
mlbs wcro built In record timo. Thou
white tents were erected, and as
Illicitly disappeared. In tho foro
ground a watch-tower or lookout
was run up; also uu Indian tepee
took shape, whllo tho watchers won
dered what it was, and a bridge wus
built. Hut It was not all rural. A
lino drill display was given by tho
Toxtctli troop, a wireless telegraph
Ic receiving station was prepared,
llrst aid was given, Utters were Im
piovlscd and utilized, mid n bloclo
aiubulanto cnrilcd "wounded" kcouts
;ll) f,lr f.itbgow, south as far as
Campbclltnwii, lltawurru us far as
Wolloiigoug, and north as far as
Newcastle. These assembled at tho
railway station, und with Hags tl
iug nnd'tlio bugle hand plajlng live
ly lifts, marched out to Centennial
I'ark. Then tho whole "army"
formed up In review order on tho
parade ground, with tho Hag party
In front of tho pavilion. Amongst
thoMj In the pavilion were her l'-x
ccllcney Iidy Dudley, his Hxcellcn
Oovcriior, Lord Chelmsford
Excellency tho Admiral, Sir
Itichurd I'oorc, his Ornco tho Arch
bishop.1 In front of tho pavilion a
ifi-stune scoutmaster was "wound
ed." His troop (Watson's liny)
dabbed forward, and rendered (list
, incuts of scout-craft had been lllus-
tratcd, the senilis formed up, ,1111(1
marched past the minting base', nt
lwblfli ntoo'1 llio coventor and tho
tt :: it
DOTS AND DASHES.
I W. A. Lamed, the wonderful tcn-
nlo p'acr, has once more given a
tnsto'of his iiuallty, and by beating
T. C. Ilundy of Los Angeles, on Au
gust 1'G at Newport, It. I., he won
his sixth championship title. It.
1). Sears, who was tiio first American
champion, Is tho only other mail who
over owned two national champion
It was half expected that Dick
Cullcn would bo on board the Ma
ra mn, which arrived from Australia
yesterday, hut tho lightweight did
not Know up. no is uoiiir wen in
the Antipodes, and although defeated
several times, lie has made n host of
Kd. Lewis will bo the first aviator
In Hawaii If all goes well with him.
Ho U determined to bring bnk nil
ncroplauo from the Coast and will
glvo exhibitions In Honolulu.
Kddlo J'crnandez, tho well-known
baseball pla)or, has secured the nom
ination for tho Hotipo of Ucprcscntn
tlves, and thero Is no doubt that ho
will poll well.
NEWS NOTES FROM
Tho Kamchaincha Schools opened
on Monday with an enrollment of
325 ktuilcnts, 9G of whom wcro for
tho school for girls, C3 for tho pre
paratory and 171) boss fur tho man
ual cchool. ,
Most of tho new students, aro from
tho othar Islands. Tho manual school
opens well this ycjr In tho military
drill, as most of tho cadet o dicers
aro prctcnt to start the work In that
line. There havo licon fow'c'hangcii
In tho battalion i Ulcers. r
Tho Vchool expccls to havo n
strong athletic team, this year, Mont
of tho. members of last J car's teams
i:. .No.ili, V. Apuu und J. Jllllknii,
star plncrs of the baseball team, ar
rived jesterday from tho other Is
lands. Many nr v teachers havo been
added to II. faculty this year. Pro-
fc.vior Ch.i'lvs (I. Collals comes to
tupurliitciid tho shops. Ho tins had
seven j cars' experience In this Una
ut tho Colorado lollcgo, Colorado
Springs, Colo. Ho has Just 'arrived
from Colorado college, where'hc' has
been superintendent of tho mechan
ical laboratory, engineering depart
ment. Miss I). K. Kalrchlld will
Inko chargo of geography, nnd JHsa
!:. J. Little will 'teach Kngllsli and
At tho school for girls, four new
teachers tulvo arrived, ull from tho
Many ctijdents -hac been turned
away from the school on account of
lack nf room. At present tho rec
oril has been broken for tho number
of pupils enrolled at tho manual
Many Improvements havo been
mado nt tho school during the sum
filer vacation. A now concrete pump
liouso has been built In the roar nf
tho shnpH, and tho pumps aro now
Tho btiidcnts aro very much pleas
ed nt tho way tho campus has been
kept. Mr. 1'artrldgo Is (ho now as
sistant of tho ugrlculturo depart
ment, anil Mr. L. P. (leorgo will ar
rive I'rlduy to take up tho duties nf
Tho manual school Is overflowed
with ktudents Just now, and many
still havo bean turned away on ac
count of lack of room
.Major Hubert Jliililhoa will ho at
t ho head of tho battalion this cnr
Ho Is thu joiiiigcfct olllcer tho school
ever bad to hold such a high posi
tion. Willi tho help of his fellow
nllli ith Im tali ii'i'ouipllsli n great
deal for tlm s hoot this )iar.
Joseph Kiiuhl, t liu star (uicher of
taut (Mil's Imvchall team, will be
liilwd vui) iiunli this )i'iir
'Hid iiiiw iifbkilo Held Is III kdI
h.iM' noft, iiinl glli vs 111 mhiii im
pl.lhlMil Hid uiuuinl m mIIImiI
down u HI Ml iitl HHW
I'mtlHWl lnrn h Hi KsniKim
tiixliu iiiiiuils I knu( rt Un lt
Him VillM lltf Mltllt HWlNI IM T
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t! Secretaries and managcro of tt
11 athletic clubs arc Invited to ncnd'St
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It vert Ion under tho nbovo bend. 11
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tl Oahu Juniors.
tt Sept IS Asahls vs. Catalans.
tt Sept 18. Jlu Hocks vs. Vsahls.
tt Oct 2.1 l'our llnll, Kourtome,
tt 0. C, Moaiialua.
U Sept. 17 -Mulch.
tt Sept. ICO. Hall Cup.
jt'Scpl. 17. Aiiunal IH-galtu
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