THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEETISEB, HONOLULU, MONDAY, OCTOBER
MANUEL BEATS JOE.
MARINES WIN POLO
Travels Mile Second and Half
Slower Than Wilkinson's
Best Time Here.
William O. Smith
STATES MANAGED. EEVEKTTM
COLLECTED, LOANS AND DI
TRAIL H MOUNTAIN TO SHOW PLAYS ON THE GALLOPING MARY !
GLOB INVAOES HILQ LARGE CHESS BOARD WINS IN WHEN RAGE
Out of 24 Entries 17 Finish in
preliminaries for Manoa
Only one player was eliminated yes
terday in tlie preliminaries ,.u the Uahu
Country Club links as o,.!y s.nenteen
complied tbe thirty-ix noles in the
qualifying rounds t:. compere in th.
finals 'for the Hawaiian -h a m p i .uh 1 j .
an J the Manoa cuj
Ml wiil h;l e to
lor turn? will be no
eonsolation series i
IVeei. I tie- utllel
.:.o.n will take a whack at H
whack at it agaiu
next Sunday iu the finishing
snd the player who turns in the low
est score then will thereby perpetuate
fcis name which will be emblazoned on
the magnifies"1 silver trophy as the
Hawaiian golf champion of 1910, and in
gddition to this he will receive a prize.
The runnerup wiil also be appropriate
ly rewarded and then the standing
handicaps will be applied and the one
having the lowest net score will re
teive a memento of his prowess.
There were twenty-lour entries when
the book closed at ten o'eloek yester
day morning. They all started, but
seven dropped out during the day with-
int finishing. Some played one round.
Mme two and one or two struck it out i
for three rounds and then quit because !
hey thought thev didn't have a chance j
to qualify for the final plav. The wind 1
was iprettv strong and came in squalls.
It was difficult to gauge the drive
soainst the sudden gusts and the scores
were not as good as were made at prac
tise on Saturday.
Prank Armstrong ,w-as low man, his i
total fcore for the thirty-six holes be-
Jflf 181. He did seven better for the,
two rounds in the morning than in the ,
afternoon. Ihe hrst eighteen holes hejin;iUt weli take up are the exploiting;
to make the rounds in the afternoon.!
Tom Gill and II. B. Giffard tied for; 9h,;ul(l be buijt to manv of these and! hnv1 said that when you were out play
SMond place with totals of 181 each, ;' " 1(i " ()sts t up t0 show Yiiere the ' cards you got cold feet. I suppose
Both made the eighteen holes in the tliu branch from the main road- that i hese "d, white and blue discs I found
morning in 90 strokes and did it in 94 tl)urfsts ail(, locai people as welK mav!''1. y' vest are cough lozenges.
in the afternoon. E. O. White came j vifSit interesting places which are now Washington Mar.
through with a score of 190. He made ! b , pttle frequented. ' mmmm?mmm-
S6 in the morning and 91 in the after
noon. The next two men tied for
'fourth plaee with totals of 195 each.
These two were Charles E. Edmunds
and Frank Halstead. The highest sgore
made was 277. Ominous threats were
made il tbe name of the high record tUe B0iiin(r Tots are hardlv ever visited
man was divulged so the reporter feltan(li in faet; there are comparatively
rather timid about turning it in lest j tVw persons who know the trails bv
he might get few high balls thrown at j wnich thev mav be reached.
George Angns, who won the cham
pionship las: year, was seventh low
man yesterday with a score of 197. He
covered the eighteen holes in the morn
ing with 105 strokes and in the after
noon he did it in 92. There are only
two names on the Manoa cup thus far
and Angns holds the lowest record. The
other champion whose name adorns the
r.t. : i - t i . mi ... i
ovpuy is ausun wmre. mis putting ;
marvei nehl the championship two years !
in sweession and his name and record
appear twice on the Manoa cup.
Won Championship Twice.
On September 15, 1907, he won the
cbampkwhip with a total score of 177 !
for the !,;.,.: i.i ,. .'
ia nuies, aim ne cap-
tWd it aaain on September !
with a total score of ifi- which' ifif-I
wn strokes better tl,n l,i npj
ie year before. George AtKms wenr
TVhiteone better last rear, W the
t!nrtyfour rounds in 101 The" last
eighteen holes he fi, ; V I
Angns was not able to get in anv prac-
tiK during his siv myths' triV, and
h had hardlv been ashore lona e, o-h !
to get tis land legs before this tourna
Following is n tni.nit;nii d,. c.no.
yesterday bv the sixteen
qualified for the final match:
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11 B. OiffaVdV.' "
z 0. White. . .
Edmunds. . .
."wge Angus. . ..
P-B. Sinph,;r ""
- P. Morse
Quit After Luncheon.
Maihr 7 Tr ii t-
ifp-t,. us- ii. it. u a: ii'r and
IPaW'itt enteral I.,., ...'.. .
Brer ,l ' '
du t turn iri any
M !:: ; i 'ir : !1 i is.
li.ia. Monroe .lid
tt"0ris- J. O. Vo,in,
r to ron mis ;,'.
'fter tne special ln
fnst sat around'
morn ; iu
1 two rounds.
iriii :'g course
r ho ,;
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aeS ,a n.an,n-;.'-
Official of Local Organization En-
courages Movement to Form
Branch on Big Island.
are being taken to form a
braueh of the Hawaiian Trail and
Mountain Club in this eitv. savs the
lliio JUrald. and a nrekminarv met..
ing was held last night, at which Mr.
A. Thur.-ton. the vice-president of i
the Honolulu club, told in a very in
teresting manner of the purposes of
the organization and of the benefits
which might be accomplished by its
work on this island. The objects of the
Trail and Mountain Club, as set forth
m its constitution, are as follows:
The object of this club shall be: To
encourage intimate acquaintance with
1. By promoting knowledge of and
interest in objects of natural interest
in the Territory and the ways and
means of getting there.
2. I5y the construction and main
tenance of trails and roads leading to
the same and of rest houses incidental
3. Through promoting interest in ;
travel, more particularly by foot,
through the mountains of Hawaii.
4. Through enlisting the cooperation !
.-.a 4.1,. ,.! 1 4-1.., in :
lu Pc,-t"c luu lu -
preserving the forests and other natural ;
features of the Hawaiian mountains, ,
and generally by publication and other-
j we to convey iniormaiiou concerning
fthe ol,.jeet of the club' botb t0 res1'
; dents of the Territory and to persons
3. Bv acting in cooperation
I other clubs or associations having simi- i
iai oojcc.a, as "cii as -utLiuuiLin
nnj 0'tUer tourist bureaus, and to ex-;
:inge privileges therewith. ;
Amomr the purposes which the local ;
banch f tiie -prail and Mountain Cluo '
nf the oca scenic, teatures oi wnicn
v," c-.u u i-nown at nresent Trails i
Among the places near HUo whicti
should be largely visited by tourists,
Rainbow Falls is practically the only
one which attracts any traffic. Pepe
Falls, the Kaumana Caves, the big
t'-i!is nn tlip Piihonua nlantation and
Another matter which might be tak
en up to advantage is the building of a
footbridge across to Cocoanut Island, t
the only public bathing beach in the J
vicinity of Hilo. At the present time !
it is a question of wading or getting a j
boat and sometimes it is impossible to '
get the latter. A footbridge would!
cost very little and the expense would;
be. more than repaid in a very snort;
the trouble which it would
The Seven Craters, which are said in '
many wavs to be even more interesting!
than Kilauea, are very seldom visited ;
on account of the tact that so tew peo- ;
l'k' kuow tbe traiL ln acT tLere i3 ? !
trail bv which some of them can be;
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reached. The most interesting ot all of;
th,'se is the ('r;lter of Makuol'u, be 1
Kye.- This crater is loUO feet,
deep and the bottom is divided into two ;
"".s. the first being a level taUe of i
lava' wlth trees SrowinS on xt' v"'hlle
the second is lower and composed ot
sIpur banks, with the steam rising in
-'rei,t c ;,U'1!- r0!. the Place where
the trai1 reaches this crater, one may
drop a plumb line Id"') teet down Lie-,
fore touching the side in the descent. ,
SEE EWAS BEAT WAIANAES:
About twenty-five hundred baseball
tans from the plantations congregated
at Waipahu yesterday and saw the Ewa
team wallop the AVaianae nine fifteen
to seven. Twelve cane cars went from
Kwa loaded with human freight, and
the Waianae contingent turned out in
force. Johnnie Meyer-, who pitched for
the Waianaos. was held responsible for
their defeat. The Kwas batted him out
of the box and scored twelve runs in
the first three innings.
Thev started it with a lone tally in
the first period, gathered in a half a
n the second and added live more
third. In the second frame Hilly .
;. the Ewa catcher, swatted a
aL'oer with the bases loaded,
accounted for three runs at a .
The Aieas won the first series
Plantation league, and now it is :
of t he
letween this team and the Ewas.
ladv of the house hesitated.
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tr,. ' 'levehu.d J'lain Dealer.
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Ballou-White Matches Will Be
Duplicated on Wall at the
Dr. A. X. Sinclair, the chess cham
pion of the Islands, has tahn charge
of the meet between Judge oidnev M.
i "anon ana .. w. unite, and has r.r-
j ranged for two seances. One will be;
MUl a tue . .vl. C. A. on the seven
teenth of this month and the other will !
be at the University Club on the tweu- I
tieth. The two experts will play until :
one of them has won four straight !
games. The matches will be played'
according to the International Chess
Association rule--, and each session will j
start at half-past seven o'clock. j
It is. expected that there will be a
large audience at the University Club j
session, and arrangements have been !
nia.te to nave a eness board about three
feet s.piare placed on the wall in a con
spicuous plate, and each play made by
the experts will be duplicated at once
on the exhibition board, so that all th?
chess enthusiasts present may watch
the progress of the game.
Doctor Sinclair was a member of the
Honolulu Chess Club, which died a
natural death some time aero, and he
won' the last two annual championship
n i -i f li .ic --. -i i-.l fliAv.i Tha .).., . oi.l
that as young V lute has beaten about
everybody around the M. C. A., he
now claims the championship. If V lute
hould defeat the judge, a match may
be arranged between him and Doctor
Sinclair. Those matches are stirring up
the old chess members, and it is likely
that the old club mav be revived. 'When
f lie club gave up its headquarters in tue
f I VniuiT tlotel nil the Tinrarihemalia was !
r- -- j 1
placed in the keeping of the V. M. C. A;,
with tlie privilege of using it while the
iorkms 1 in glad to see you are tak-
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TOM SHARP, The Painter
We give you
Beats Sea Mew by Six Seconds
in Pearl Harbor Series for
cup series, which was held at Pearl
mm oMi-niav um not sett e t
to Willi si, o, it. I 1 it.
.or me rropnv, as
Ceorge Cro.'.ier in the Galloping Marv !
wa- the first to cross the finish line,1
beating 11. I. liowen, who caprrired th"
first leg, by six seconds. The conditions
under which t ho Howard cup was put
up require that the winner must beat
the fleet twice in succession, so now the'
Galloping Mary will have to win the'
next event in the series to finish it.1
Otherwise somebody else will get a'
caain-e. Commodore .lames K. ,;le"er '
and Charlie Dunkliase headed the fleet j
of three seawrens in the launch Kula- '
mani II., which made the trip to Pearl '
Harbor eariv yesterday morning, and :
there were quite a number of vaehts- :
men who went down with the fleet to
witness th race, The weather behaved
just right. There was suflicient wind j
to make the race exciting, and the sun;
The Galloping Mary, sailed bv ("ieorge
Crozier; the Sea Mew. by H. 1). I to well,
and the Poaring Gimlet, br Pusfv j
Krown. lined up in front ' of ' the Ha-j
waii Yacht Cluidiouse ami swrtig into i
the breeze as the starting mui was fire. I :
eleven o'clock in the
morning. TIip i
course was around Fords Island, as be
fore. The Galloping Mary and the Sea Mew
held close together throughout the en
tire course and came up the homestretch
neck and neck under a stiff wind, while
the Koaring Gimlet, manned by Pusty
Grown, tagged along quite a distance
behind. The time made by the three
wrens to complete the course vas:
H. M. S..
Galloping- Mary 1 So 8
Sea Mew '. j r,.-, "U C,
Poa ring Gimlet 1 4'i 17
George Cro:'.ier arranged to have the
Calloping Mary towed back to Honolulu
Haibor by the launch Kiilamanu II..
and lie returned in one ot tlie lar
a pretty pattern and put lots of style in your
you a perfect fit in your suit.
Manuel Freitas beat Joe Feitas by
fully half a lap over the mile course at
the Princess rink last night. Manuel
did it last night in three minutes and i
j tourteen seconds, -which is only a sec-
I ond and a half lower than George Wil
iwren race of the How- ! i-:s ;,., t..,, ,
r tut- Lictv set:'iiieen ana
a 'juarter times two n-cclu tttm rt h.tr, V.a
5,oat Manuel Freitas. Joe Freitas raced
Frank Marcus a week ago and beat him.
so he thought he was fast enough to
travel with Manuel. In Ins go with
-Marcus. Joe took three minutes and
t n euty-si-veu seconds to roll up the
mile, which is thirteen seconds slower
than Manners time last night.
Afte the race the Marine skate polo
team beat the Tow-nips, two to nothing.
They played two ten-minute halves.
Th"v landed the two eoals in the first
period and although the 'bast hall they
j. laved with .pent most of the time
threatening to break through the
Towmes goal the latter whisked it back
arain eveiy time it got dangerously
"ear. The Marines were strong on the
h-ivo. sending t In- ball in the air where
the Townies couldn't block it with
'heir hockey sticks, but when it landed
d'.wn nf th.';r end the T"Wi')es tried to
work it back and stay with it. As soon
as th'-v got it in the Marines' terri
tory Uncle Sam's boys lifted if over
their opponents. "When the game was
ici-i the captain of the Leilani skate
polo t -am challenged the Marines for
s Time next Sunday night and Captain
O'Lnre accented. The Marine team
li!"m last night was:
Savior, goal tender: Captain O'Pare.
first rush: Xetro. second rush; Rollf,
half back, ami Sarcone, center.
The Townies were Manuel Freitas,
i--s- r,,h- Ognr. soeon-l Tush; P. Martin,
goal tender; P.aptist, half-back, and Joe
The. officials for f h race were AVill
"re-tidge. starter: William Xeland,
''iwr; Gerr, Wilkinson, Charlie
les and J. Ojrur, judges.
j craft, leaving young Crozier and Shir
i lev 5i:sh in the little wren. A report
was crcn!ate. about town last night
that the Galloping Mary had gotten into
trouble and had to be towed to port,
but it was learned nnon tier arrival tliar
! it had 1 con nrearrantred to tow her in
r';nd no mishan had occurred.
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