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ALL THREE CLUBS
Puunene, Club Training Hard Every Boat Being Used By
' Crews Hui Nalus Cannot Get Boat Much ' Interest Is
Shown In Coming Races.
Tho Jt-owing crews arc opt every
evening now working hnrd for tho
coiiIIiik regnttn sports, which promise
to be tho licst ever pulled oft In Ho
With n new cluh entered In tho races
ngiilhst 'the Myrtle mid Henlanls, tho
events nro attracting nioro nttentlon
th'an ever. It Is a pity that neither
the Henlanls nor the Myrtles can see
'fit to nllow (ho llul S'alu a barge to
train In, hr the Wnlklkl boys are just
crying to enter. It In n newly-formed
cluh, so could not do everything at
oncov'nnd one of the things they wish
to do wah to enter tho Junior banco
race, but huvo no boat to use. It
looks oh though tho plan -will fall
through, ns both tho Myrtles and Ho
ahthls can not' afford to aid charity, at
the present time, ns they are out to
win on Hi'Kntta Day nnd 'the boys are
tiling all thc.barges each evening, ns It
means hard work to win this year, as
both crows nro Vtry strong and with
the' Puunene Cluh ns n surprise pack
ago they need to Work extra hard In
order to win this year.
Tho I'uuneno crew arc In Honolulu
now nnd nro out on the water every
evening under strict training. Tho
buys will make their Initial Iww to the
public on September 16. Tho boys nro
staying at tho Myrtle Boat Club nnd
this does not mean that they are not
out to defeat the Myrtles, for they uro
and expect to when the races are pull
Hotli tho men and crew this year are
the best ever and this goes to show
that It will bo n hnrd light for the
honors this year. Iat Regatta Day
the Myrtles had n cinch In all ot tho
TO HE COMFORTABLF. THIS WKATHKU IS TO INSTALL AN
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KOnTAW.F. THIS WHATHKU IS TO I
TUHN ON THD CURURNT AND YOU WILI NOT MISS
TIII2 THADU WINDS.
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events, 'but It will no doubt be a dlf- Ukulele crew K. Ileldford, A.
ferent storv for them to' tell tlilh year. Brown, 8. Nlch'olso'oj a. Hallentyno. W.
faifiriey" will'havo something 'to Work . C'w les nnd CBrown
for. ' I" 'yftle K. Podmore, V. Auerbach,
Among nil me inreo new nnrges inni w- ouuiwiu, . niuiiii, xw. niuuii uuu
have nrrhed lately for the three clubs, W Rosa.
the 'Myrtles seem to have (t!ie best! ' Jriie .Puunene crew Is working hard
iKint, although tho Puunene club' lias a In the. harbor overy evening and Cap
dandy ono nlso". I tain Hughes bellees that his men Will
The threo clulm will" IssHit Invitations gle tho oflicr crows, a run for the
to friends during tho day, nnd tho honors.! The newly-formed crow In
friends or tho Pmmeno club will bo' clildes the following: ttf. Short. R. Ei
welcomed to both the 'ilealanl and Hughes .(captnln), W." Schqllx. Arthur
Myrtfo sheds. In the evening a dnnco Taylor, R. D. Walker. F. A. Lufkln and
will bo'glven at tho Young Hotel, nnd Jack Walker (cox).
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hdmlsklon to the dance will be one
dollar. Tho receipts, will be equally di
vided among the three clubs, nnd ns
the Hawaiian 'Rowing Association al
lows ench club $12S, annually for ex
penses, the expenses are much larger,
so what tickets are sold will help the
clubs very much.
Tho committee In charge of th
dance consists of Short nnd Hughes of
I'uunene;.CIark and Foster Davis. Myr
tles, nnd Bert Llghtfoot and I.emko,
Captain Cunha of tho Henlanls Is
keeping a clo-e watch on the men who
arc out training each ovenlng, as ho
wants only the Ix-st men In the race
this year. Qua Bechcrt. Paul Jarrett
and Jim Llod aro ho coaches of the
club. Tho three crows arc out every
evening now, both the senior nnd
troshmen using thi ne,w Alfred Rogers,
while tho Juniors are using tho Hen
Another Interesting event In the com
Ing regatta will bo the four-paddle
vunoo race. Both tho Ukulele crew nnd
the Myrtles will niter a crew In' the
coming event. Tho ilul Nalu and Out
rigger boys nro planning to enter a
four-pnddlo crew. In the main event
of the canoe rnces, which will be for
slx-paddlo cunoes, the Ilul Nalus nnd
Outrigger crew will beUhe only ones
to compete, as the Kona crew will not
be on hand this year to compete In th
When the Ukulele Patrol canoo crew
meets tho Myrtle puddling bunch there
Is going to he tohiethlng doing In tho
way of getllng'through the water. The
respective crews huvo been chosen nnd
they are as follows:'
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Man Who Taught Roosevelt
v-Manly Art 'Now Teaohing v
, t , at Leilehua.
' JW. K. Blxsmlth, the'mnn who taught
cx-Presldent Roosevelt the manly art,
l.,iiow' visiting In Honolulu. Whllo
hero' Mr. Hlxsmlth' will' hold classes nt
I.elltliun.i where.' ho will teach tho ofll
cera jind enlisted men tho art of box
ing, 'which its a groat benellt to one's
Blxsmlth Is down 'hero mostly for n
nctilloa and sightseeing, but whllo In
the Islands concluded Hint ho would
glvo n few Ufcsons In his profession.
Ho went down to) Leilehua and nr-
Ya"nged hlf" work during hist stay here.
JIh will 'start In with Ills classes. early
In September, and they will continue
for nloht n month. Whllo at Lellefiun,
he will keep somo of tho olllcirs nnd
men buiilly engaged nvoldlng his left
ahd right Jabs.'
Blxsmlth has lu.il -n success of his
teachings, nnd Is carrying along a largo
lllo of .recommendations from well
known army officers arid schools. He
Is doing most of his work with the men
of tho nrmy and navy.
Tho amateur pugilist Is carrying out
ono of the IdeaH of ex-President
RooMoelt, who expressed tho opinion
Hint It would ho 'ii good thing for tho
nrmy wind nuvy If tho enlisted 'men
and officers paid moro attention ta
making themselves proficient nt hand
ling thHr "mlttB,"
Wllfij asked whether Teddy could
uso tHo mltt,s well, ho snld: "'.You bet
ho cun. "Yo went n't It ns If we were
In 'n real fight, nnd ho certainly mixed
It up nil right. He can take all kinds
of jiuiilslimeiit. Vfe went 'through nil
the regular exercises." ,
On the trip to the Islands Slxsmltll
Is iiccmppqnled hy his Boston prize
hull terrier, which nnswers to the num.
of ''Jlpimy." Ho tal.es Jlmmlo along
with hlm.w homer ho goes.
Mr. SIxHiiillh fought In former ycnrH
undei)tlio"nanio of Jlnim' R
of lil'iln'uldpMl''r6tii;lit"b Ittlf
back when. he wna-young In the ring,
It wns it nfty'oen-round bout against
Tommy Ryan, und It ended In n draw.
Tho men used two-ounce gloves ot tho
time This light took pluce In 1889,
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lie nas lougni in Qiioui miy uouih
nnd has never lost a fight over tho ten
round limit. Ho lost n few of tho four
and six-round events.
Slxsmlth has been with ,Rooiovelt
twice, first teaching him. In 108 nnd
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uhuiii wfiore ins irit u jinii 111 j.u.
He has many recommendations from
high olllcials whom he has Instructed,
among them being Major James R.
Hwlng, who nas In command of tho 9th1
Cavalry, who wa3 a pupil under Six-
smith among many otker officers of
Lately Blxsmlth has been Instruct
ing men of the 2!nd Infantry, and they
all took njnrat deal of Interect Inhlin.
In Homo, of his elapses ho had 124 men
on tho floor nt one time, and ho was
tept busy right along. JJit year he
taught the students of the St. Anto
nio private school. In Texas, tho art of
boxing. If ho finds time while hero
ho may start to glvo lessons In town
to those who with to take up tho 'art
of using tlio mitts right. He Is now
stationed at Tieltehua.
COUNTRY CLUB WILL HOLD '
. MEETING SEPTEMBER 1.4
On September 14 tho Country Club
members will hold their unnunl meet
ing.' ft will be ntJthls time that u new
schedule, for golf w)llbo arranged. The
members are taking a greut deal of In
terest In the outcome of the now
Improvements nro being made at the
clubhouse and the. place Is being put
In tho best'of condition. At tho an
nual meeting held September 14 the of-
llcers for tho coming year will bo
President Walter Dillingham hns of
fered a cup for competition and bus
In en contested for durlnpjthelpust few
months. The cup goes to' the person
Who "turns hr the lowest Score,
'There will Wu'toUrniimenC pulled off
nt the Country Club next Sunday and
u big irowd will no doubt turn out.
Marcalllnn huuglit another bat this
week. Mhluh ha. will uso next .Sunday.
Tho Stars' may 'wn the game nxt
Sunday, since. the
The possibility of tho champion ten
nls,plners which are to tompeto for
the Davis Cup In Australia next month,
laying a match With a local team
whllo passing through here are bright.
A well-known tennis player of tho city
has taken tho matter up, and as soon
as ho knows whnt members are com
ing ho will try nnd mnko arrange
ments with them to play n match with
a locnl team during their short stay
In port If they come this way'.'
The American and English teams
liavo ben picked to represent the two
countries In the preliminary matches
to.be played at the West Side Tennis
Club) In "New York September V, 8
Tho American tenin 'Will consist of
W. A. Lnrned, national champion; R.
D. Little of New York and M. C. Mc
laughlin and T. C. Dundy, tho Pacific
The winning team will go to Aus
tralia to challenge for the International
trophy now held In that country.
It has been unolllclnlly stated that
those who have been nominated byitha
U. S L. T. A. to play In the Davis Cup
preliminary match with the British
team If successful will go to Aus
W. A. Lnrned, the national cham
pion, has plajeil on other United States
teams, against the British, but has nev
er before consented to go to the far
away i country for tho International
match. This year, perhaps his last In
defense of tho national title. It Is
thought that ho has, changed his mind;
at least, ho has not stated emphati
cally that he will not go with tho team
If It comes through successfully.
R. D. Little Is a veteran Internation
alist. He Is known 'to- etei; i follower
of the gnme at least by reputation, and
It Is bel loved that he stands Teady to
maka,the sacrifice tho long journey will
McLoughlln has visited Australia be
fore, nnd both ho and Bundy hno
staled they will go, If everything works
out. In fuor of tho homo team.
The Knglish team Is composed of
the following, who arrived In Now York
yesterday: C. F. Dixon, A. Hi Lowe
and A. Ji Beamish.
Tho locnl tennis players hopo that
the plan to have the coming team play
a match with u Honolulu team when
H readies nere wilt no a success.
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Baseball on tho Qardjn Island Is still
going strong among tho teams of the
Kauai Baseball Leaeue.
liist Sunday tho Makawells once
more proved thatthey were going to
be real champions of the series by de
feating the 'Homesteads, beating them
by a big margin to-2, It was a one
sided jrnme that failed to awake much
To the other sldo of the Island jour-
nejed the Llhue leant, twenty-live
miles, to,nieet the jKllaueas, who once
led tho series, but have now fallen to
I bird place.
The Kilaueas were defeated on their
own grounds to tho tune of 0-C, after
u very exciting match. The fair sex
from uround'the village were on hand
und cheered for their team until the
last man went to but, but tho, boys'
fulled to pull through,
The Llhues had a big lead Up to the
eighth Inning, tho score being 6 to 1
but. In tho last halt of tho eighth the
Kilaueas brightened up and were lie
termlned to enlarge their score, and
they certainly succeeded In doing so
after somo hard slugging and base
stealing. When the eighth was oer
tho Kitauea boys had piled up four
runs. Things then looked dangerous
for tho Llhues, and they tried to get
another lead In tho first half of the
ninth, but tailed. Tho .Kilaueas nlso
fulledjtn score In tho lust Inning, lind
the visitors wero therefore 'winners
after n clone and exciting game,
Another good, game, was, played at
Hlcelii, .when tho homo team slipped
ono over on' tho Kawalhaus by 8 to G,
This was a rattling good go also. '
n tt n
Young Togo, tho Japanese boxer Who
bus muile a woltder'ul showing In four
und six-round bouts on tho Coast, will
urrlvo lri Honolulu very soon. Togo Is
known on tho Coast ns tho "Red De
mon," nnd ho Is managed by Clurlei
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