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ALL CREWS SHAPING UP WELL
FOR REGATTA DAY SPORTS
Puunene Crew Very Light Hcalani Crews Working Hard
, and Will Do or Die Next Saturday Myrtle Seniors Work
Ono week from today will lio Re
gatta Day, nnd tha r.nto In looming up
11s, tho biggest aquatic, event for yearn.
There In more Interest taken In tha
coming races thun ever before, and
everything points to a very successful
Tho old rlvnlf, Myrtle and Healanls,
will Arid a new crew In lino for first
honor this year In Puunene, which will
make ItM Initial bow to the public on
Tho sccno on tho waterfront from 9
o'clock In the morning till about
o clock In tho afternoon should bo a
very 'surprising one.
Most1 people should make It n point
to got out of bed early on (lie, morning
of tho 16th, as tho races begin at 9
o'clock und It will bo a pity for anyone
to miss tho Urst event, which will ba
ono of tho most evcitlng events ol tho
Tho yacht Hawaii Will bo tho flagship
and will be stationed opposite tho Ala
kea wharf.' Tho usual big crowd will
doubtless lio on board the transpacific
race winner. Among those who will
be scattered on board tho yacht will lo
the otllclals of tho Regattu Day sports.
The dozen or so events that llgurc
look very good to tho followers of tho
Yesterday afternoon all was hustle
on tho waterfront, no less than llvo
crews being cut working.
Much speclulntlon Is rife as to which
club- will win the premier honors this
year, und both clujn have many hack
ers who won't listen to nny suggestion
of defeat. The Myrtles havo such a
long wiring of victories behind them
that they believe they can add ono more
The rerfutta this year wllf bo another
branch of clean amateur sport thut .will
surely draw the biggest crowd ever.
Race for Paarls.
Thcfttwlll-be-about' four entries for
tho pearl andwrcn races. Croxlcr's
nnd Luther Hough's pearls will be seen
In this veht. lloth men nrn crack
sailors and they' will no doubt light It
out for first honors. These two boats
will bo a fine addition to the other
pearls that will enter.
The Heulanl freshmen are doing re
markably good work at present and
tho wny they are shaping up gives the
followers of tho club much encourage
ment. They Intend to turn tho tallies
on tho Myrtlo freshmen this year. Knr
the lafct live years tho Healanls have
Will leave Big Cloud of Dust
Behind Him On Trip to
A long hike from San Francisco to
Now York advertising tho, Panami
exposition on tho way, through is tho
lutest Bttint that Jimmy Fitzgerald,
tho game little runner is planning.
Ho will start out from tho exposi
tion city with tho determination of
breaking all previous records on tho
way through and hopes that liy tho
time ho hits New York ho will be
known from ono end of tho country
to thethcr. Ho will mako n busi
ness proposition nf It If ho can hut
nthorwUo4,ho will do It for tho famu
that it, will bring him in as a game
Ills deas on the subject aro 'not
very doflnlto nt the present tlmo but
ho has L'ecn out trying himself in
the walking line .over FOnioof tho Isl
and .roads and finds that It comes Just
na easy to him as docs running. When
ho has bad a little moro practlco
ho will put up a timb for tho round
tho Island "trip that will tako somo
nf our local Sports a long wtillo to
Ho plans to carry some advertising
scheme with him on tho big hlko nnd
to make' the exposition' or whatovci
H Is ho; Is totfbooni known all over
the country. "The main thing that I
this mornlns, "Is not that I have to got
this morning' Is not that I havo to got
thoro In a hurry hut that I am Just
walking from ono place, to tho othor,
It Is a long trip but I think I can do
It all right and that I will be able
to break all the existing records.
"If 1 canuot get any advertising
business then I will go at It just tho
same for I' think It will be worUi
lost tha iroshman event, but this year
they expect tr win.
The senior crew Is nlso strong, nnd
the wny the new Alfred Rogers burga
goci through tha water makes the oth
er crows sit up and take notice. 4
Kamakau will bo missed on the Ilea
laf I senior crew nt No. 4 this year. Ho
has shifted over1 to tha Myrtle crew,
which tho Healanls are sorry to sec,
lis he Is going to meet nnothcr defeat
V. Fernandez Is another member of
the Henlanls who will not be seen
among tlic senior crew on Regatta Day,
L.. Cunha, who Is captain of the club,
has changed his petition from No. 2 to
Tho Heulanl senior crew Is practical
ly u new ohm this year, and Is doing
rplendld work. The crew averages Its
pounds. Dick Hulllvnn, who Is rowing
at No. 1, Is In the senior crow this
year. Htt his not been rowing since
1006, when he was n member of the
freshman crew. Olnger Miiyno Is n
new man In the crjw also. Hesscl, who
rows at No. 3, was In tho freshman
crew last year. Charles Itrown, who
holds down tha position of No. 2, has
not been In the race since 1909, when
ho wus In the freshman crew.
Berry, who Is stroke, halls from tho
Court, ilo has hud experience In row
ing .before und Is n valuable man. Ha
is good and steady.
Ijist nlnht thn Ileiiliinl freshman
r;row went over the full senior course
with tho Pnuneno crew nnd came out
it winner by a big margin. It Is sniu
iy tome that tho Puunenos wero not
pulling part of the way. Tho Myrtle
seniors put Jt all over their Junior crew
In u trial spin. Inst night. -
The Myrtle senior crew has one new
member rowing tnls year. Ulll Lyle,
who Is captain of tho club. Is still nt
hlu nl,t nn.lll,.n ,.u MlrnUe nti.l l.elifnil
him, .Instead tf 'W. iloDougnl,. Is R. far.-nlthough the Stars havo been put
Chll'llngworth, who Is growing In 'first '" 'P 0'"e hard lights against tho
class shape. V. Hecncrt Is back of ''lit fellows. They aro determined to
Ch'llllngworth, nnd then comes McDou-lwIn this game from the popular, Ha
gnl, followwl, by O'Brien nnd Williams,1 wall nine, and If Ihoy can do It they'll
the latter coming from tho Junior crew I' wonders, ns one of tho fans has
of last year to All Paul Schmidt's po-"stated. Manager Drelcr of. the Hawaii
ttmi. bunch claims that hl aggregation Is
Tho Myrtles, Puuncncs nnd Healanls Just lying back this series, but will
stand an even chance of carrying off spring a sWprlso when the champion
t'lrst honora In tho senior barge event, '?" f the series meets-. It In tho
and It Is, hard to pick a winner at tho '"""I Karnes .of tho season. Alec Do
present time. Hm urrlved this morning, and It Is tho
Eerybody Is stirred up over the' Intention of tho captain, Desha, to havo
races this year, and thcr certainly will,1'11" '" l'lc imK- M"c ,,c'' "'"B
bo n tremendous crowd out on tnut
something to me If I can lower tho
present record. It will bo somo time
before I go over to tho Coaat, how
ever, as I havo two moro races to
pull off here. When they aro done
with 1 will make my final arrange
ments, and then you can Just watch
Jimmy make a cloud of dust right
across tho continent"
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HIL0 NINE SLIP ONE
- TO' SOLDIER TEAM
There was a guido of baseball piny
ed at Hllo last .Krlduy afternoon be
tween u picked Hllo temn und u team
from tho twe' companies of Infantry
which visited the voicuno. The Hllo
teuin proved to' bo too much for the
visitors, und simply danced uround tha
soldier boys. Just us they wtro tlnlsh-
Ing up the llrst half of tho gumc, all
tt. u. ..,. ,.... . l.,l.i ..I ,.,,.l.r l,A.,m.. '
IIIU 0'VVIU,U(.1 IHI1III. Ml, IUU, UVVUM.U
sloepy, us the gumo hud reached un
hour und the Infantrymen hud not
scored, the soldiers ruined the whlta
Mug und tha gumo wus discontinued.
Tho score at this time wus: Hllo. 17;
Infantry, 0. Uee) It must liavo been an
uwful beating. Alec Desha pitched a
swell gumo for tho winners.
The lineups of the tcums wcro us
lnfuntry Dreus, p.; Kcntncr, a;
Struus, lb.; Gruy, !!h.; Uurns,,3b.; Col
lins, ss,; Yurrlsh, If,'; Mucklcs, cf.;
All-Hllo A. Desha, p.; IM. Desha,
; Makunut, lb.; Wutson, lib.; All
Sung,3b,; l.yiuiin, ss,; deo. Deshu, If,;
Huston, cf.; Kupu, rf.
Bcoro by Innings:
Huns .' 0 0
Ua80 hits (lT-0
Buns 2 2 .
Buso hits 2 1
It should bo understood that tho mil
itary teuin whs" merely u plckeil-up uf.
fulr the regular ba.sebull teum of the
I'Ulli lnfuntry being nil organization
which would without doubt have given
a much better account of Itself,
tt SPORT CALENDAR. 8
O . R
8 If Mantcors of baseball, and oth- 8
8 er athletic teams would notify tha 8
It I) u 1 le 1 1 n of the dates of pro- 8
8 posed matches so that such in- 8
8 formation could ba placed ,ln the 8
8 sport calendar It would be con- 8
8 sldered a favor. Address all com- 8
8 munlcatlona to Sporting Editor, 8
8 Bulletin Office. 8
8 Sunday, Sept. 10. 8
8 Baseball Stars vs. Hawaii;' P. 8
8 A. C. vs. J. A. Ci t Athletic 8
8 Park. ' 8
8 Mohawks vs. Asahla; C. A.'U. 8
8 vs. Patamas; at Athletic (Park. 8
tt Saturday, SepL. It. 8
8 Regatta Day Sports ' la, Hono- 8
8 lulu Harbor.
8 Track Horso Races at Kaplo.
8 lanl Park.
8 Five Mllo Rnco King vs. Fltz.
8 gerald nt Athletic Park.
.8 Sunday, Sept. 17,
8 Baseball Slam vs. P. A. C: Ha
8 wall vs. J. A. C; at Athletic ti
8 Park. ' M
8 Saturday, Sept. 30. ttj
H TraMr A A II Tnnll Mnt tt
8 8 8 8 8 8 88 n n n u n si u n it
A. C.s Will Struggle to
Gain Lead in
The games of baseball scheduled to
bo pulled irf by tlio O11I111 League teams
tomorrow look grind to tho eye, and
there will no doubt be 11 big turnout
,n lnv Barnes.
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"l' ul '" B""" perrormanco to-i
morrow. The second gamoshoald bo n
I""'"' wl "truggle for
championship honors. In ., way.
The Btors and Hnwalls are to meet
'n the first encouiter, and tlier( is no
" wnicn icam win win, lor ooiu
UllVO been OUt Of. lUCk IMS series SO-
weui worK ior me cnainpioii mooiicuu
team of tho Hllo liaguc. In one guma
he was pinched by the umpire for not
I touching the homo plate, the, umplro
taking llvo minutes to trace his foot
prints before ho called him out, but
Alex will bo rureful In future. Ho
says that he wus u great umpire. Tho
rest of tho tcums will have their usual
lineups In tho Jleld. Tha Stars, will
not take any chances in tho coming
mutch, and Myers will do tho twirling
for the nine. For somo reasVSn or oth
er, Apau has been on tho bench this
J second scries Instead of In the box.'
The pennant chuso now lies bctweon
itho struggling Portuguese nine nnd, the
crack American Japanese, team, which
has tho best Inllcld, players on the
Island. Ktdoo Chllllngworth believes
tl,oro w' not 1m! muc1' lrouu" ln ,,c
featlng tha P. A. Cs. with Clcorge Clark
ln tho box. The Portuguese nine, on
tho other hand, believes It has Just us
much chance of winning thn game an
hut. Him V I ,t imi ,,. nnlHI nnd rlilu nllnM.
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The gumo will no doubt prove an
Interesting go, us the, teum thut can
pull nut on top will havo n good chance
of winning tho' series. It looks now
as though tha Nipponese will ho win
ners, ufter u closn gume.
The, P. A. Cm. hive been working to
gether In. line stylo of lute, and Man-,
uger Purcsii In well pleased lit tho way
his men aro showing up. Ono great
loss to thn teum Sunday will he the
uhsenco of Snares behind tho hat, 0
he Is a valuable man. Snares has met
with hard luck this season.
Joseph will ho at tho receiving end
in Soares' place, and he will no doulft
iniiko good, Tho P. A. Cs. have 'some
heavy sluggers, slid tho Ji A. Cs. wilt
need a good twlrler In tho box to'prc-
vent them from swatting tho sphere to
all corners of tho Held. Sauza, Bush-
nell nnd Filter uro sure hitters most
of the time, and they have an eyo like
The recent cool spell of weather
has raised apprehensions among t lio
oyster, growers as to a "set" this sou.
son. Shelling of grounds Is Just be.
ginning, but thero are no signs ot
spawn because ot the cold water,
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