Any given day at Queen’s surf break in Waikīkī looks like chaos: Shortboarders slaloming around tourists learning to surf, longboarders cross-stepping to the front of their boards, and young surfers duck-diving through whitewash. Then Arthur “Toots” Anchinges takes off on a wave. The cacophony of surfers pauses for a moment to watch as Toots, in retro boardshorts that hit mid-thigh, channels the 1950s Waikīkī Beach Boys’ hot-dogging style.