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GOLF. CUP IS PLAYED OFF STARS ALL IN
SIXTEEN PLAYERS NOW LEFT IN CHAMPIONSHIP1 COM
PETITION FRANK ARMSTRONG TURNS IN' THE BEST
SCORE R. A. JORDAN GETS SIXTEENTH PLACE.
Yerftcrdny was a Rrqnt day at tho A peculiar coincidence In connrc
Country Club, and a blc turnout of ."on with the play Is that no lexa
golfers and visitors gathered at tho
tlllkfl. Thn occasion wan tlm rnmnp.
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i. hum ,or mo Aianon tup. anu, inci- werc the sanioilor both coupes. K.
McDONAGH AND RICE
thun four men niailn tlm neoum!
rmimi in 94, oiu n,i Gitrar.i tio.i Paddy' Walsh Runs With Jack-
on both rounds, ana tlfelr figures. ,, nn,l CM..., a I r. .1
ncniniiy, jur me championship or o. White, who also niade tho second
the Islands; Twenty-four plajcrs lxnlnu 94( took Vjfc for lhe r8l-
entered for tho trophy niatch, and mJ total was 190, and ho did well
lhe quallfjlng round was fought out. to nnlsh ns well as ho did.
out or tho twenty-four placrs, rrank Halstead did better
seveniecn completed tno course, ana anjono else In tho second round and
as only sixteen arc eligible to play
In the final next Sunday, the seven
teenth man Ins to drop out. Tho
final pro:nlt(8 tn be a great treat,
and there should bo another big
crowd at the club next .Sunday.
During tho piny )esfcrday, seen
ot the 'goiters dropped out of tho
play, and somo of tho cards they
turned In for one and two rounds
showed that they had no possible
chance of getting Into the select
sixteen, oven If they had continued
plajlng. The wind may have ac
counted for Rome of the failures to
Keep anywhrrp-rreaT'dercnt figures;
tho gusts'-tlm-ame-down the val
loy at times were ery strong, and
many n ball soared away like anj
aeroplane just as tho unfortunate
plajer thought that eerj thing was
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The winner of the final next Sun
day will hate his name put on the
Manoa Cup, and the man with tho
next best Bcoro wnialso got a prlzo.
The bes tnat sgrrprj w U not bo for
gotten, an'u p fjffiblq prlzo will go
to him. '' ' ,',,,, 01i
Ycstorilay tlia,tj co.nslst.cnt golfor
Tranlc Armstrong ntado the best
Fcoro, and he turned In a card of
181. Tom 0111, nnother fine goUer,
was three more than Armstrong!
and ho was tied by II. II. Glrfard,
who also finished with 184 strokes.
Armstrong mndo tho first round In
87, and tho second In 94; ho did
great work at times and plajed well.
Form For Veteran Kaoo
and Hayes Doing Well,
Nigel Jackson and a bunch of
than f"ers met at tlje Hojs' Field jes
and tcrday, and after much talk about
Ills score was 90. He, howeer, had Ue different races that are to bo
taken' 105 to do the first round, and brought off next Sunday at tho
that fact accounted
Ing sixth on the list,
Angus Does Well.
for him finish-
, the men got to work
tall sprinting and
the country that has in
spired us with the mar
velous music of Wagner, the exquisite
poetry of Heine, the subtle art of Menzel;
the country that has enriched us with the
wonderful scientific discoveries of Humbolt
and the splendid literature of Goethe and
has contributed to the world's progress the
masterly military ability of Von Moltke and
the victorious statecraft of Bismarck is a
standing testimonial to the v
OF GOOD BEER
Under the enervating conditions of our climate there
is particular need for some force-giving tonic, and this
tonic is found in perfection in
fleoigo AuguK,.who Ins 0 leg In
for the cup, was seventh on the list,
and jet his a ore for the second
round was tecond best of the wholo
bunch. Ho did the final round In
92, hut, having tnkcii 106 for tho
lint, mis nut of the running, nnd
llulshcd with a total or 197.
Angus won the championship last
year, and he did tho course in 1C1
strokes, which Is much better than
Armstrong did yesterday In the qual
ity Ing round. Angus has had little
jor no plactiso for some months, and
no win no Metier wiien ne nas got
his land legs once. mare.
Quite n hunch of players gave it
best after the first round, yesterday
and for the rest of the day took it
easy In the clubhouse, where there
nas plenty of Ice water and cigars,
Much Interest was taken In tho
play, and a most enjoyable day was
epent up nt tho club. A special
lunch was served, and that fact ac
counts for a number of players quit
ting arid taking It easy for the rest
of the afternoon.
The new Idea of stnrtlng the play
In front of tho clubhouse was voted
to be a hugo Bticcess, and the Innova
tion will stick for sure. The full
ncorcff ot the sixteen men who fin.
tubed wore aa follows:
Frank Armstrong . . 87
Tom OIU 90
II. 0. Olffard 90
K. 0. White 90
C. B, Edmunds . ...10B
Frank Halstead ....105
George Angus 105
John Hvans1 , 100
William Woon Ill
II. II. Sinclair 113
C. P. Morse 118
Arthur Ewort 113
J.M Fenwlqk 124
Jack Ilotsor '. 117
It. n. Ilooth 11C
II. A. Jordan 123
NIGHT TENNIS WILL
START UP AGAIN
145 2 mi
and did some
Connlo Hayes Is running In great
form just now, and he strides along
as If ho could keop going for n
week. Hajcs has a peculiar action,
and seems to run with stiff legs. He,
however, can keep up the pace for
a long time, and. barring cramus. to
which he seems rather Inclined.; he
should mako any ot the long-distance
men sprint to beat him. Xi
Paddy Walsh, the old veteraafeed,
who In his prime won a tremendous
number of prizes In the United
States and Australia, ran against
Jackson for. a fow miles. Tho old
fellow hounds along Jlkn n two-year
old, and ho ccrtalnlyls a wonder for
Pat McDonngh Is training hard
for his sprint matches against 1)111
nice, and there Is rnVdolibt1 tiiSt
1 . .1. 1 in
there Is going to bo d.' 'great race
next Sunday between tho pair. Rice
is practising starting, and he I9 de.
termlned to get away so fast whon
the gun goes that Pat will ntver
make up the foot or so that a goo:
Hundreds of people aro speculat
ing on tho RIce-McDonagh sprints,
and there Is no doubt that Bill will
bo seen at his top speed for once.
The mallhlnl runs well, and he his a
taking st) In. He feels confident that
he can beat nice, and his followers
feel tho same about It
Jack Scully, the well-known sport
and theatrical manager, has taken
hold of the day's fun, and tint Is
n guarantee that all will bo wo'L It
Is expected .that a very large crovd
will be at the league grounds noxt
Sunday, and the program that has
been arranged Is a real good one,
'DOTS AND DASHES.
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Matches Are Scheduled
For This Evening.
This evening at the Manoa tennis
courts, tho much-postponed night
tournament will bo continued. The
rain stopped all attempts to play on
Friday and Saturday evenings, nnd
consequently the schedule has besn
thrown out of whack a lot. I'ow.
over, at half-past seven o'clock to
night play will start, and from tliiit
hour on tilt 11 or so, the fun will
Tho following matches have been
arranged: G. Irwin vs. W. G. Sin
glehurst. at 7:30; W. T. Schmidt ,s.
Athorton nichards, at 8; Mlsa Lucy
Ward and G. Irwin vs. Mrs. Coulter
and C. II. Cooke, at 8:30; W. T,
Schmidt and h. J. Warren vs. W. D.
McCallum and M. Maclntyre, nt 9;
It. A. Cooke and II. S. Oray, at 9:30.
All these matches should be good
and somo of tl.em very exciting. Tho
mixed doubles will provldo'some va
riety, and tho play wl be watched
with Interest. Everything Is ready
for a good evening's sport, nnd all
tbnt Is renulred Is that the rain
holds off for a few hours.
Each match will consist of a ten
and It Is quite poswlbln
tlmt somo vory Inug seta will
The first chess tourney between
Judge Sidney llalloj and J. W.
White will come off on October 17
The second one will be plajed at tho
University Club on October 20. Ar.
rangementa are being made to have
a largo chess board mado that can
be displaced at the 'varsity club in
such a way that all the spectators
can sit In comfort and watch the
moves as they aro mado on the
smaller board by the champions.
GEORGE CROZIER LANDS
GALLOPING MARY FIRST
HARNEY & HAYNES
CONNIE MARINA, irj
Sea Mew Finishes Within Fow
Seconds of Winner Roar
ing Gimlet Gets Into Third
Place bood Kace.
Yesterday the sea wren raco was
sailed and resulted In a win for the
Galloping Mary, which was sailed by
George Crozler, who Is an expert at
the game. The Sea Mew was ver)
close behind tho Galloping Mary, and
only C 1-2 seconds separated tho
boats at the finish, Tho Roaring
Oirnlct was third, and she finished
5 minutes 2 1-2 spconds behind the
Crozler handled his Craft In his
usual finished stjlo, and tho fact
that ho was at tho tiller ot the Mary
accounted for her just getting home
ahead of tho How en wren. From
start to finish, the Galloping Mary
and sea wren were closo together
and tho raco was as pretty a one as
has been seen for a long time.
Tho Kulumanu II. accompanied
the wrens on their trip down to
Pearl Harbor, nnd tho people on
koAciUUiB.Bnutlfut acht had a fine
view of tho oent. Charlie Dunk-
hase and Commodore Jaeger were
much In evidence, and they can bo
relied upon to ahvnjs bo around
when there Js any racing done.
The wren race started at 11
o'clock from In front of tho Ilea-
lanl float CI116, and as thero was a
fine brcczo blowing, tho boats got
away at a spanking rato of speed.
The Galloping Mary had a slight
load for a portion bf the way down
to Pearl Harbor, but there was lit
tle to choose between the boats as
Ford Island was rounded.
llowcn's wren, tho Sea Mew, made
a bold bid for victory on the run
back, but Crozler handled the Mary
with great e'iIII and the race ended
In his faoi by a narrow margin.
The Uoarlng Gimlet was skippered
by Drown, and she did well, al
though finishing third, and last, In
the rate. '
Should Jack Densham's old boat
win at the noxt nttempt, tho How
ard Cup will go to her. Tho Sea
Mew has also got a leg In for the
trophy, and her owner will try hard
In the next raco to clnch the cup.
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.DOTS AND DASHTS.
Corner Nuuanu nnd Panahi Streeti
The press tennis club Is booming
along, and on Saturday last the
members got out and played on tho
Y. M. C. A. courts. It Is expected
that a number of nlavers will be out
this afternoon and that the form of
tho pen-wloldcrs will soon begin to
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Joe Leal has Invented In a motor
boat, and ho certainly has got a
speedy craft In tho Candida, which
was yesterday out on tho harbor.
The hooker turns like a flash, and
the slightest touch of the tiller
makes her Bwlng around In a circle.
The "kid" crew of tho Hcalanl lj
certainly Improving a lot, and jes.
tcrday the )oungsters got Into a
shell and raced against a "pick-up"
crew from their own club. Tho re
milt unn n Riirnrlse tn the veterans.
as the lads walked away from them! Tll0 ton Bguturcs that wero re
In their desperuto efforts to beat ,,uire(1 to ha ,,mxe(1 to t)l0 appllc.i-
tho uo)B, tno oilier men oroKe nu lon of the Honolulu amateurs for
membership with the A. A. 11. wero
all secured, and the papers forward
ed to Now York csterday.
oar, capsized and tried to swallow!
all tho water in the harbor.
Manuel Frcltas defeated Joe Fie-
uas 1..1R1 iiiRiu in 11 k iu.. ivp, -..-. siiirtVAXIKRK. Sept. 27, Harney
the time put up bjf.tno winner was pidflcld sot'four now world's records
one, and a Half sornnus slower manon tlm ,, fulr gromi8 track ,tTV
that made by George Wllklnwin in l0,iay. u th 25 mlla rnco against
his raco n week or bo ago. Aftertmo hn tratcleil tho distance In 22S47,
the rare waB finished, a roller polohcutlng the record which was held bj
game was played, and the Marine jialph do Palmn. In this raco ho tray-
team beat tho Town bunch by a scoro Cod the 20 miles In new tlmo, setting
of 2 to 0. f a mark of 18; 15 1 S. Thin mark also
took tho record from Ho Palma, ho
The samo old wrangle about Inning held tho record with tho time,
schoolbois who aro not schoolbo)s 13,18.30, which ho mado at Grand Hap
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There will bo another Kamq
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It will be botwoon tho I.i'llanls nnd
ThoJS miles wero mado In 13 41 2-5.
Otitflt lil also set a now mark for tho
one hour ocnt, traveling GQIj nilc
o( during the hmih Deal (11 k the old roc
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