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TilE HAWAIIAN STAIl, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1910.
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BIPLANE PUT TOGETHER
YESTERDAY AT MOANALUA, READY
There is but one topic in sporting
circles at the moment, all others bo-.her0 are as great as they are any
lng overshadowed by the keen Inter-, where, if they are not greater. Polit
est which is being manifested local-
ly In aviation, consequent upon tho
presence in Honolulu of J. v. Mars
mill hla nnrtv. flnf nn Min Mnnnnlnn
JSl "T.J" !USj
wnn tin nir ilntio lp fnil Infn tmvn
vluLrZurrZi mueu 10 aK B B lUB,will bo a considerable strengthening
ea y in the afternoon, with the re-jgreen BWnrd of tho polo fleld lt wa8 tomorrow ovenlng by the
Oil If flint onvnrn I (titnhnalml TinHlno ... .... . 1 .
availed themselves of the opportunity
of lfavlng a glimpse or the aeroplano
at close quarters.
On a small knoll rising on the right
of the field, looking towards mauka
and commanding a splendid view of
tho golf links and tho polo ground,'. uesite statements to the con
the biplane was put together under trary Mars does not propose to take
the supervision of Tod Schriver andlUJ) any passCngers.
Its appearance, even though most of. t
us are familiar wuu tho appearance
of aeroplanes by reason of tho ex
cellent Illustrations which have been
given of them In the many pictorial
journals which we receive from the
Coast, elicited exclamations of sur
prise. It seemed far too fragile to
hear tho weight of a human being, as
wen as me weigut or tno zjuid mo- Ernest Brandsten, the Swedish diver
tor which supplies the motive power,; and swlmmeri Who was in Honolulu
and which enables the aviator to tt few months ago, was one of three
emerge successfully from his contests who gave an exhlbltion 0f diving In
with the elements. Each time an as- San FranciBC0 0n tho 18th Inst. This
cent is made it means a struggle was at tho flrst o the serlea 0f aqua
against the air currents, which threa- tlc exhibitions held under the auspices
ten destruction continually. ot tho locai swedlsh-American athletic
The Diez-Schriver biplane, with, lub for the nurnose of stimulating
which Bud Mars will make the as-
cents, is similar in general principle,
to Curtlss' machine, thogh Its meas
urements are not quite tho same,
greater length and.
the support planes.
These planes, of which there are
two, extend across the machine and
measure 32 feet in length from tip
to tip and flvo feet In width. They
are constructed oi vulcanised silk,
which has all the appearance of fine
strips ot rubber, on a light wooden
frame, strengthened with thin wires.
The flrst impression which tho ma-
chine suggests is that it can hardly,
sustain tho weight asked of it, but a
closer inspection, in conjunction with
the lucid explanations of the action
of the air as handed out yesterday
by Schriver, removes the impression.
The wires are of groat strength and
there are a great number ot them.
Tho silk is of tho finest quality, of!
great tensile power, and tho lightj
framework will bear a far greater
weight than would be thought possi
ble by the average man.
The aviator is supplied with a
small seat Just in front of these two
planes and immediately behind the
seat is the eight-cylinder fifty horse-jtry- Brandsten, Johanson and Peter
power motor. Ten feet In front of the Bon natives of Stockholm, Sweden,
seat and controlled- therefrom by
wires from fhA stonrtntr J
the steering planes, two small planes'
which can be depressed or raised,
deflected to the right or loft at will,
simply by the turning of the steer
ing wheel, and at tho back of tho
two largo planes are two small sec-
tlons which act as balancing ninnpa
and which by their raising or low-
orlng enable the aviator to maintain
his equilibrium. These smaller bal
ancing planes are controlled from the
seat by the aviator swaying his body
to the right or left as tho case might
All this seemed so simple that one
fell to wondering wherein all tho dif
ficulty Iny. Whore tho necessity for
great skill, nerve and initiative so
persistently lauded by tho scribes
who have witnessed the world's
greatest flights? As Tod Sclirlvor
pointed out flrst one and then tho
other sections of the noroplano and
explained their uses, and thor are
very few parts, the wonderment dee
pened. Air currents woro tho distur
bing factors, explained Schriver.
Wore lt posslblo to make a chart of
tho ethereal regions, snowing the dl-j
rectlon and force ot the currents, the
mountains and valleys they made, the
spaces which' wero scattered hapha
zard hero and there, noroplanlng
would bo a far less interesting study,
but when lt is considered that the
aviator has no means of ascertaining,
except by the feeling of pressure,
what Is ahead of him, tho dangers of
tho sport and the constant demands
made on tho mind may to some ox
tent bo realized.
The death-roll of aviators oven
during the past year alono Is suffi
cient to bring home to oven the .least
observing ot men tho tremendous
risks which are run, and tho risks
ting to tho hills which surround the
polo field, Schriver
,d not Uk to haznrtl an opinion
, . , .1
B l0 WIlal wouiQ nuvo uuiiiicueu iu Rnn riM.,, .,Pnirrnm la nlinn)- fhn.
had h bCen Ca,,ed UPn t0 -I'strgesfrhafhas Zor
dorgo nls Fresno experience mere. 11
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proiiaMo mat no wouia nave oeen
overtaKen witn disaster.
On Friday thero will be a trial
flight and on Saturday, Sunday and
Monday the exhibition flights will
1 take place.
As tho Star has already pointed
FRISCO ACTIVE IN
interest in water sports in the United
states. It was given at the Howard
street coal wharf before an interested
audience of over 2,000 people. The
turn out convinced the members of the
club that the American public will
take readily to water sports if the
nroner Interest Is worked up.
In aquatic sports Sweden leads the
world. At the Olympic games in Lon.
don in 1008 the Swedes took the flrst,
second, third and fourth prizes in the
water contests. Fifth place -was tak
en by Geidslck, the American cham
pion. Geidslck at the time stated that
he could not obtain suitable training
quarters In the United States on ac
count of the lack of interest in aquatic
sports in this country, and for this
reason could not get! In proper condi
tion. Since the Olympic games in
London Geidslck has" been trying to
induce the sporting authorities of the
United States to adopt international
rules governing aquatic sports and to
take other steps to dreatG a healthy
interest in this particular branch of
The Swedish-American athletic club
is trying to aid Geidslck in his efforts
t0 Improve water sports In this coun-
wno have during the last two years,
participated In many international
aquatic competitions gave the exhlbi
tion. Tney nave volunteered to re
main in the States for some time and
give exhibitions of this kind if their cheered enthusiastically and gave un
efforts meet with public, approval. Tho stinted praise for the pretty work:
lureo swimmers spent over an uour in ,
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AT THE THEATERS
Tho new program at tho Bijou to
night will include Eu Qulgley and
Mllco Paton. Tho former comes with
a big roputation as a monologue en
tertalner and eccentric dancer, and ho
should bo an Instantaneous success
Mike Paton in an entteralner that is
well-known to almost overy patron of
tho thoater, and, therefore, there Is
no need to say anything about him,
beyond the announcement that ho Is
to appear. Tho final Installment of
"The Gay Mrs. Dollar" will bo present
cd tonight, and a better show is pro
mlsed oven than the first half. Some
new songs will be sung, and the seen-
ery wHl 1)0 new wnll some now faces
MlCMietOn Will nave a freStl budget Of
win oe seen m tno casr; Miss Gladys
t d t 0nular house There
leU al U"8 l,0P"'ar noUSO. more
am)earanco of the amateurs at their
reglliar seance. Manager Kubey has
had a lot ot appiications, and ho will
be abi0 to present a bunch that will
ralse a whole lot of laughter.
Wise and Milton are now "farewell
Ing" at the Novelty theater, as they
leave on January 3 for a term on the
Pantages circuit in the northwest.
They have had a continuous season of
almost five months, and leave In such
a way that they will be more than wel
comed back again.
Snook's Great Stunt.
At tho Empire this evening Snook
will present one of his best acts that
of escaping unassisted from a strait
jacket. This feat Is accomplished in
such a way that anyone can under
stand its cleverness. This program
Is presented with confidence that It
wll entertain and please better than
anything ever put on here before.
The Gladstone sisters will have a
complete change of program this even
ing new songs and new dances.
New People Coming.
Manager Love has received word
that the famous Crawford and Meeker
comedy team are aboard the Sierra
due to arrive tomorrow morning from
San Francisco. These experts in fun
making will open at the Savoy tomor
row (Friday) night. They come d'rect
from a popular theater in San Fran
cisco. The Malan-Magrath combination, as
sisted by George Stanley, will tonight
present a new farce entitled "Foiled
Mashers." Dot Raymond will be there
with timely aviation stunt, v.hllo Geo.
Stanley will present a couple of new
ballads The program as a whole will
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executing fancy diving, high diving
and demonstrating the various strokes
used by expert swimmers. At the
termination of the program the crowd
t Miss This !
CONCERT AT THE BEACH.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play this evening at tho Moana Hotel
at Walklki, at half-past soven o'
clock. Tho program Is ag follows:
March Our Flag Blon
Overture Titus Mozart
Ballad La Paloma YradlsrJ
Selection Tannhauser ..... Wagner!
Vocal Hawaiian Songs. Ar. by Berger,
Selection Bohemian Girl .... Balfo
Waltz May I Have tho Pleasure?.. I
Finale Happy Days Wiegand.
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