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Yesterday was n great day on the
waterfront, it ml nt the llcalanl nud
Myrtle boatcluhs thcro were many
people (ongregnted to watch the
crows that are In training for the
Itogatta Day sports. The camera
fiends were strongly In evidence nud
hundreds of photos must have been
taken. The conversation nil around
was of rowing and aquatic events of
all sorts. A great amount of Inter-1
est Is being taken In the coining re
gatta, and a record crowd Is expect
ed to attend on Saturday next. '
At the llenlant shed the followers
of the club waxed enthusiastic over
the way their moil were training, nnd
they had eery reason to do so, ns
under the able coaching of Klebnhn,!
tho boat How over the water In great
V. V. Klebahn is a retired Inter-'
national oarsman, and the way ho
coached the senior crew yesterday
was n revelation, l'crched on the
bow of tho Kulnmanu II., the coaclij
used his megaphone In great fash
ion, and the way he made those se
niors straighten up nnd pull was'
wonderful. Tho expert picked out!
the Haws In the crew and In n short!
time had them eradicated. When
the crew returned to the shed after
their trnlnlng stunts they were n
tired-looking hunch, nnd all the
moisture In them appeared to be
wrung out. Tho day was hot enough
without taking any violent exercise,
and It can bo Imagined how the men
must liavo felt after n few miles of
The freshmen did some good work,
too, and the crow Is shaping up very
woll. There is going to be somo lino
racing next Saturday for sure, nud
when the Healnnls 11 nil Myrtles meet
there is going to bo no clean sweep
about the matter.
It will be heard with regret that
the proposed shell race Is not going
to eventuate, as the llcalanl bunch
'would have liked to go up against
a crew from the barges und not the
bunch of oldtlmers that was selected
by tho Myrtles.
The llcalanl freshmen were In
charge of l'aul Wlthlngton yesterday
morning, nnd tho Harvard man cer
taluly kept the crew nt It for a long
time. The freshmen were In as limp
a condition as tho seniors 'when the
urn(r tains mmr
num " n win j.
Tho senlors'rowed so hard that two
oars wcreN broken, and they both
snapped at the same spot Just out
side tho rowlocks. The barge will
be overhauled nnd the foatrests
moved closer to the seats, nnd thou
the oars will have a sweep of a
couple of feet extra.
The Ilealanls are going to give
the Myrtles a great go In somo of
the races, und although there are
plenty of Myrtle supporters who
think that the broom will be ele.
vated at tho Myrtle shed, tjioy aro
going to bo disappointed.
The Myrtles yesterday did somo
fine stunts also, and their crews
worked In the op)ioslta direction to
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M Oxynni, in' MHM INI"! UW, X'lUyi wml II lull l'fn)iitiiiv,
the Ilealanls. The Myrtle senior
crew Is getting through the water
In Hue shape, nnd the men's stroke
is very even. In one of their fast
sprints, made nftcr paddling along at
an easy pace, they got up a very fast
stroko in a very short time. Their,
work was crisp and clean and the
recovery excellent. I
The Myrtle freshmen are nlso do
ing good work, nnd they aro shaping!
up woll. Ily Saturday next they
should be In excellent condition ami
ready to row for their lives. , j
Kenneth Ilruwn and his husky
crew of paddlers brought their cunoo
uround from Walklkl jesterdny, and
for the remainder of tho week they
will do their training on the harbor.'
The Outrigger Club will be vul rep
resented by Drown nnd bis men, and
tho crew will he as fullows: !'
Drown, V. Cottrell, V, Dodge, V.
Young, Ted Melnuphynnd Hex Hitch
cock. Tim Konn rnntto firew nf ttnililtprs
will arrive on tho Milium I.oa tomor-j
row morning, and they will use'
l'rluce Cupld'H beautiful canoe. The
Kona men are reported to bu very
fast, and thoyt can stay for 11 year.
It will bo a great go between the
Hawaiian nnd bnole crows.
Tho special pair-oar raco will bo
about the most stirring of .Regatta
Day, and when the l'rlnco and Alec.l
Robertson get into their boat to
tnckle Charlie Chllllngworth and
Flunk Thompson, a great cheer will
go up from the spectators for sure.
Tho four men have taken off some
WPlght during the past week, nnd on
1'rlday and Saturday they lost a
great amount of surplus opu.
Tho Invitations nro going out fast
for tlio great day, nnd nil those who
receive a badgo are entitled to pay
a visit to the boalsheds. Over a
thousand budges haver been distrib
uted by tho Ilealanls, and tho Myrtles
nro doing Jiist as well. Tho scheme
of guests being decorated Is n good
one, and no one who has not got a
badge will bo admitted to the sheds.
Hegattn Day this year Is going to
be the best ever, nnd, given flue
weather, thcro will bo n great rowd
at the waterfront. Tho races should
be very Interesting, nnd besides the
rowing ovants, there will bo plenty
of ruuoe paddling nnd sailing con
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! DOTS AND DASHES,
Miles McU'od, the young giant who
is talked of as it likely man to tackle
Juck Johnson, has It over tho negro
In ull measurements excepting the
vnlst, biceps, foreurm, wrist, thigh
and neck. Johnson Is larger In those
reii'icts thun the gluut, but in reach
nnj hclghth the new man is grenlor.
NIGHT TENNIS WILL
SOON START AGAIN
Manoa Courts io Bo Scene of
Action Many Matches.
There Is a lot of tennis tulk In
the ulr, und before long the gamo
will be In full swing ns regards tour
naments. Ihu .Manoa Valley club Is
figuring on n night tournament, and
as the new lights have been Install
ed, the nffnlr should be u huge suc
cess. It Is very pleasant to go out
nfter dinner nud, while smoking a
Much Enthusiasm-Shown By
All Maui Lovers of Fine
I-nst week a few tennis enthusiasts
met nnd organlred a Club to bo
plpo, be able to watch some exciting known ns tho "Wnlluku Tennis Club,"
and good tennis. The first night snys l Maul "" ''icia oven
tournament held by the Manoa thl lnK ' member of tho chit, met ut
was very successful, although the' ,l10 nom" c- ",kln. J'"1 n'1'""
lights were not the best In the p' n cont.i,, and by-laws, and
world. The new light Is very bright ":ted other routine business. A
" Iniinla Aiuict linn l.imti finnliM .1 nml
and the nickering has been ellml.
, tennis court has been necurul and
men hnvo been working on It for tho
I pi'Rt wt-ok putting It In shapi'. It Is tt 8 it tl XI U tt tt XX XX XX XX XX XX
hoped to hao tho court In condition . i
The tournament will probably
.luncu up ur.uro iou ..u m ...u, for , , ,,, ,,, wt,ek, T,(1
monin, out tncre is no desire 10 uI)nU rlull wl, ,,u !, nn nc
clash with the Hall Cup piny, which' nMlhm Kt10 eocR fo f Wulliikit
is ulso scheduled to como oft tlil.nn,, ,s ntlclmUM by tl- organic
tnontli. lirH ( develop somo goo-l contents In
Nowell, Castle, Iw, lllchards.l tle n(.nr future.
Cooko "and half a doicn other goodj t wng voted nl the meeting Tues
playorB have been getting n little ,iay ovenlng that tho Initiation fee
tennis lately, and they are nil Bhnii-I kIdiiiM bo flCft for both gentlemen
Ing up well on the courts. Thcro nn,l Indies. The dues for gentlemen
should be some good matches onceBhnll bo four dollarB per ear, pay
tt XX XX xx n XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX Xt
Secretailes nnd managers of
athletic clubs nro lnlted to send
In the dates of nny events which
they may bo getting up, for In
sertion under tho ubovo head;
Addrem all communications to
the Sporting I'M I tor, Dullotln,
Sept. 18.- Asahls s. I'alamns,
Sept. 18 Mil Hocks R. A Balds
Oct. 2.1 Four nail, Pnuranme,
O C, Mnniialiia.
Sept. 17 Mntch. '
Fcpt. K. O Hallj.Cnp.
Sept. I". Annual Ilegatla.
the tournaments stnrt up again.
SPALDING'S BALL TEAM
. TOO GOOD FOR SAINTS
Sporting Firm's Team Defeat
. ed College Alumni 4 to 3,
able six months. In advance. I-adlos
arc to pay nn dues, thif Initiation fee
h.lmltllng Mliem tu full actlvo mem
Tho oinrtrs of tho club arc C. U.
Meors. t'ri-sldont ; All red -Martlinen.
Jr., Vlce-rrekldiut; K.. A. I.iifkln. Sec
retfirj nnil Treasuier. Tho unmul
meeting of the club will bo held the
ntsi Monday In December, and all
. Yesterday morning nt tho league lin, joining before that time will bo
grounds there was an interesting coinlleird ibiuter iiieiulicrB,
Kiillic ill u.incuuii iiuvu ucinioii lite
St. Iiuls College Alumni- nine and
the Spalding outfit. It was a great
struggle, and up till tho eighth In
ning the Saints did not score The
Spaldings hud piled up one In their
111 st nud one in tho fourth, nnd then
led by 2 to 1. The Saints made
three In the first half of tho eighth,
ami then the Spaldings replied with
three. Thcro was no further scor
ing, and the game ended In a victory
for the Spaldings by a score of 4 td 3.
,Tho Saints' battery vs lllll Wil
liams and Mnrkham, while Jonah and
Trnsk did like duty for the Spald
ings. Trask pitched a gteut game,
and held the Saints down to nothing
till the eighth lunlng.' The Spald
ing victory was very popular, and the
funs from K. O. 'Hall ft Soii'h went
up in the air with delight.
8 8 8
DOTS AND DASHES.
The annual Japaneso wrestling
competition will start up noxt week
und the tournament will be held op
posite tho Athletic . Park. Six Inter
island embr)o chiimplons will -compete
and u ery Interesting series of
struggled Is looked forwurd to.
Owing to the Athletic Park diamond
being under water, there wus no
baseball pluyed there yesterday. Haw
ever, n crowd gathered around, and
some hitting was Indulged In.
There is tulk of an ordinance being
passed to protect game birds on Oahu
for two or three yeurs. It Is felt that
If this Is,, not dona tho totul extinction
of game birds will result.
Tho wren ruce which wus scheduled
for yesterday did not come off, und It
bus not et been settled when it shall
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l'olounlse All In Mask Kuust
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Klnalo Illlbao Hctford
Tho Star Spangled Rannor.
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