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lowed to. the dual event, there should
lie nothing tint fun unit ilcan sport.
If the weather remains I. no tlicro
ihould ho a IiIk crowd picont, anil
(is liotli clubs havo inndo arrange
ments fur entertaining their visit
ors, everybody should he liappv.
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FINAL ROUND IN ALL- .
How Wilding and Deals Wright
Fought lt!0ut on the
Special Pair Oar Race At
tracling Much Attention
No Shell Race Canoe
Crews Going Strong.
liven the last detail of Itcgntta
Hay progiam has licen uttended to, !
and the ofllclnls li:ie boon chosen.
A lino butiili of men has heen belect-,
cd to hold dor.'n thoVhs, und they
nro us follows: Judges, W. W. Har
ris, V. 1'. Drake, Captain Cochrane;
starter, Uiurgo Turner; clurk of the
totirto, 15. 1. Low; recorder, C'
Crane; tltnekcepcrs, It. K. Wright,
S3. A. Walker mill C. W. I)ccrlng.
The (oiiimlttce In charge of the re
gatta Is made up of T. V. King, Ir
win Spalding mid licit Hcllliron. I
The first race will sturt at !)
o'clock In the morning, and It will
uu tho six oar Mldlng-teat hargo
event. Thu races will be brought
olf ciiiliKly without liny dcluj lio-j
twoen the events, and by - o'clock
or so tho full program should be flu.
lined. f That will leavo plenty ol
tlnie'for'alluthu' thousands who ga
Ihcr on the" waterfront, to wend
their way out to tho licacli and other
rcrorts before tho afternoon Is pan.
l'ro.ii present Indications there Is
going to bo a huge crowd at both
tho llc.ih.nl unit Myrtlo sheds, mid
then, besides, all the wharves and
vnntago points will be packed with
Although the llnal selection of
crcy may not bo made till tomor
row on account of some changes,
thcro nro tntm outfits that can bo
mimed an the ical dope. Hill James
mid Charles Drown will form tho
junior pair-oar, mid llort Hcllliron
and Joo Kamakau will bo the se
niors, The Wnlklkl ennoo crow is
us fit ns possible, and Kenneth
Ilrown thinks that his men can hand
tho Komi Hawallans a packago, for
bine, h'ho hnoles aro going cry
strong tit present, and they iiT"o stick
ing to their prucUte of hitting up
fifteen strokes with tho paddles be
fore they shift. Tho Kona crew)
change at the cud of ccry fourtli
rtroke, mid get up a grout speed In
Tho hnoles, however, maintain
their pace Just as wall, mid tlioro Is
going to bo auo great struggle when
tho crows tackle one another on Sat
urday. The lineup of thn Hawallans
Is ns follows: Kula, l'allaka, David
Mnkunnlt, Mituuupnu, John Kalua
hlwa, r.ilaklkn and Una.
TIio special pair-oar crews arc get.
ting Into lino condition, and till four
men look better than they have for
years. Tho effect of tho training
stiintu has been that Chllllngworth.j
Itobertson ("lipid and Thompson aro
fpollng iib if a decade had been taken
off tho years that havo passed.
Tho regatta Is going to ho a great
affair, and right from tho first race
SECOND SERIES BALL
GAMES STARTING SLOW
An Ki.Rll.li tennis Journal gives J 0f nVtng CllicagO 'Var
thc following nrcouut of the llnnl, ,, ,. ., ,,
. . . ... . I cm rwlmi in J no Unrn
rounu in mo Aii'i.iiKiaiui tnampioii-i J,ij iiiv.ii iu i icijr iiuiu
chip between Wilding ami Heals
Wright: "A very lino game, In flno
but wind) weather. At the start
Wilding began siuuowhat nervously,
whereas lleaU Wright struck his
Kaoo May Run Soldier King
Later in tho Year.
Although there always seems to ho
form almost at once, but after ho mio kind of sport going on In Mono
hail nim tho llrst two sets Wilding's lul'i, there nro periods at times when
play underwent n marked Improve- t,I1KlJ nro 0 Klnck A, - n
incut, mid ho won the tliird set main- ,..., , ,.,,, , , , .,
ly with the aid of his line service l,Bro '" ",,,u ,lol"K '" "" w'
mill forelmnd drive. In tho fourtli "mII, and Iho rcgalta Is tho only
ret Wilding rcrured tlio lead, ami al- thing that Is looming up 'n tho near
though Wright was several times future.
within an aco of making It 3-S, T10 ,Km, Hragoll wa b,.,im1W ,,
(whlrli would probably have given f,. , ... ,,,. ... . ,, ,
1.1... the tct. ns ho won the next " R0'" ",Cru WUB '""
gaiue). he forged ahead again and 'l"'"K n" ,ho "mo "" "' I01'18 nt
ran out, with Ileitis Wright not per-, Mo.innliia nml Udkliua, Then box
revering In tho last gatno It was lug, too, mis running full blast and
now evident that Wilding was tho sumo .good Indoor basketball Bamo
fiesher of tho two, nnd In tho lc- , ni.,0 pulled off
Idlng ret ho won mainly on iiindl-, iiere haH hvcn Blinil, laMy ,,
tlon,.nltliougli Wright struggled on . ti,0 Oahu league seems to-be very
plucklly but unavailing!)-."
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Married Doubles arc Suggest
ed as Good. Idea for
slow In getting its scrond series,' un
der why. It would bccm ns If there
will be llttlu doing between nitw-and
and the now year. A suggestion that
thu Chicago 'Vurslty baseball team
I'D Invited to return lo tho States vlt
Honolulu has been made, but whether
Iho matter can ho arranged or not Is
doubtful. TJicro does not seem to bo
an) body witting to tuko a risk on the
pioKisltlon and as far as the I'roino
Theic Is much doing In tho way of""" t'onimllteo goes It would hvpiii ns
night tcnnla lately, and overy even- ,f """ ,M,,Jr l,ml '"" nulto reached
Ing. when tho weather penults, tho " Ko "' lniHirtlng baseball tennis.
Ma no., people get going on tho
courts. The suggested electric light
Then, In tho running lino, wo have
had nothing since N'lgol Jjcksou
tournament Is being worked on, nnd"""'""'1 I'l" "'- at tho league
A. M. Nowoll, tho expert .acnuef! ,::"'' ' ''. T,.. Z !"L L
wlctder, Is getting Into great form
for tho affair.
Night tenuis has caught oil In Ho.
nolulii, mid tho crowd likes to drop
could do then and tho Marathon mm
dor bent tlnni nil; tlicro Is some talk
of Soldier King, tho man who ran
In tho best of company on tho main
laud, roiuliu down to Honolulu at
PHEASANT SEASON I
OPENED THIS MORNING
Gunners Out After Game Birds'
and Big Bags are Expected,
Twin) marks tho openlug of the
phentnnt season, and all tho gunners
who can possibly get away from work
nro out lagging nt Iho beautiful gamo
bllds. Several lu)sterlous cares of Ill
ness declocd this morning nt some
homes, und a few hours Lit' r men
wcro icen getting out through back
gates mid earning articled that haul
ly checked up as walking sticks.
Thu Hawaiian pheasant Is a flno
bird und happily, not yet extinct on
Oahu, whcio, for tho breeding season,
it Is protected by law. Unfortunately
(hero has been souio Illicit shooting
uu this Island, and tho supply of birds
bus dwindled a lot. However, thu
anient gunners who wait til Itho pro
per season is on, have been tipped
off as to thu whereabouts of tho birds, I
and thoso lucky ones who got oil for
tho day, will probably get big hagu I
Tho Hawaiian Gnu Club Is doing
nil In Its jKiwer to regulato thu shoot-H
lug ol birds In thesu Islands. Thoi
members of tho club refrain from '
shooting more than a certain number)
each time they go nut nml often u
man gets tho nlloted bag early in tho
morning, und then does no more shoot
ing for tho rest of tho day.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
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tt COMING EVENTS. tt
It Secretaries nnd mnungcrs of tt
tt athletic clubs nro In tiled to semi tt
tt In tho dates of nny events which it
tt they may bo getting up, for in- tt
tt scrtlou under tho above head, tt
tt Address nil communications to tt
tt tho Sporting I.MItor. 11 ul lot In. tt
tt Oahu Junior.
tt Sept. IS. Asahla vs. I'alamas.
tt Sept. 18. Mil Hocks vs. Asulils.
tt Oct. 23.-Tl"Our Hall. Foursome, II
it (. C, Monnnlua.
tt Sept. 17. Match.
tt Sept. i:. O. Hall Cup.
tt Sept. 17. Annual Itcgnttn.
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Australia's Own Comedian ,
MISS ALMA LYNDON
From the Rickard Circuit
There will bo a special meeting
of tho Oahu llascball League this
evening nt tho offlio of Senator Olill-I
llngworth. Tho final settlement of
accounts with regard to the Waseda
series Is expected to take place,, nnd
If It does not there Is going to bo
some fun. If tho money comes
through, tho second scries of thu
leaguo may bo arranged, and n start
made next Sunday afternoon.
A rumor that will not bo downed
Is going tho rounds, to tho effect
that that popular joung athlete,
Dlik Sullivan, is far fium well and
that ho Is returning to Hawaii
broken In health. It Is sincerely
hoped by his many friends that there
Is no truth iu tho rumor. ,
BANVARD & FRANKLIN
Acrobatlo Sketch Team
AND THU UUST v
IN THU CITY
Adminion 15c. 10c. 5c.
out o tho (ouits after dinner and ,, , ,, wIl , Aty .,,
wntch joino good tennis. Thu pro- ,.,,. R1 ,, ,u waIim
posed tournament will j.o plaje.l olT)c,llulllloll, TlioyCJI.I W.ik.lim Horsu,
some time this mouth or early next. hHould, If In nny kind of form, bo ublo
An innovation that Iuib been sug-!,,, )cut ,l0 Koldlcr. whoso times aro
gested by an enthusiastic tunnls fan not K,)0d as tho Hoifolulu man put
Is that a "mam led duubles" bo play-up on several occasions,
ed ofT. The partners'on tho court! King likes the llflecn miles dlstanco
niUBt ulso bo partners for life, ami j ami that should pleaso overy body
such n tournament should go well who lias seen Kaoo do that distance.
In Honolulu. There nro many mar-lTlic forty flvo jear old oed Is a real
rled pcoplo who play together In 'good man over that distance, and
pruLtita games, and they could by, nothing would pleaso anybody better
to enter for tho
More limn .'00 prodincrfias power
plants now nio In iimi Iu tho United
Suites, ranging from IS lo GOOO horsepower.
than to see Kaoo measure strides with
tho soldier. ,
Tho boxing gamo Is (lead Just now,
nlthoiigh tlicro Is soniu good material
In town, und nil tho pugs uio willing
Liiough to scrap. There may bo some
thing doing in u few weeks time, ami
then tho old familiar sound of thu
thud of gloves on Jaw and solar pluxus,
will bo as wolcoiue as flowers In May.
No, there Is nothing much doing
Iu the (.porting line, ami when tho He
gatta Is finished It wjll be iiome tlmu
Including tho entire continent ili: till an) tiling big happens There mny
population of Kuroixi averages slight I bo a match lioiso race about the mid
ly less tlinu 107 persons per uiiiarti! die of next month ami that will draw
mile a crowd fur sure.
Tho manufacture of tallow randies
In Slam I sa tloverninent motiooly,
farmed out annually to tho lilcliust
From anywhere downtown will take you to the
Best Bar in Honolulu
Right around the corner from Fort on Hotel
and there you are
"It's The Fashion"
Tho Two Jnolu. ' Nolo nour Fori
Tho visit of tho South African Corner Nuuanu nnd pal,! Srttit
ciicKcters is assured now, ami on
October 10 ho first match In Aus
tralia W'i . j plu)cd. Thu greatest
intcictl it Jiing shown In tho Inter
national hames, us thu South Afri
cans defeated England not so long
Thcro should bo soma kind of u
ball game on 'Saturday afternoon.
Tho regatta will bo pan early, ami
tbeiu Is a great opportunity for tho
Saints mid Puns to get together for
Joo I'Vcltas, tho skater. Is doing
tonio lino training stunts and thinks
that ho ran take Wilkinson's scalp
on Sunday night. I'rcltas Is used to
the small rink and that will be In his
Gpnrge Wilkinson, tha Oregon
Wonder, feols sure that ho can low
er tho colors of Joo l-'reltas, tho Ho
nolulu skater, mid tho race on Hun
day night should bo u good one.
The champion chew pla)cr. J. W.
While, Is training. hard for his tour
nty with Judgo llallou, mid the re
butting games should ho well worth
FORT SHAFTER NOTES.
Company II bus bcon doing soma
cavalry stunts. Captain Mearus Is
teaching his company to drill to tho
calls of tho trumpet. This seems
rather awkward at first, but thn
company Is familiarizing Itself with
tho calls rather iiiUkl, und In a
short time will hn us elllcleul In this
line as tho nivalr).
Last Wi'iltiKsOay morning Com.
puny (I had, botldwi IU icuillar drill
luNMiii In tho intended older drill
Tills wus done lo lut the kluiwIeilKo
Mil Iho 'iini IhdiIuis iiIoiik I I't' line
ill Ihi'IIms, Hinl Whs m wull irtiilKl
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