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NEWS OF EVERY FIELD
FFI1 MAll-Hawaii Polo Team Tali
W0S22!im&Jlmfi:'Lizxd3 -And Casl
,.-r.j i'lnnr ticrns I'ron-11:2 .Lcoairy
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Would Go as Gudst of Athletic
Associations- and Remain
" Two Months in th3 Antipodes
Likely to Accept ' ;
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Duke Kahanamoku mtiy go' to Aus
tralia on tne next boat, for a stay of
two or three months In the Antipodes.
J if has been asked to Sydney as the
guest of the athletic asoclatlon cf the
city, to give swimming exhibitions,
end to itake part in rcccs, against tne
test watermen Australia has produo
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The cabled Invitation arrived last
r.ir.ht. End Duke he n't t;ulte made up
Mr. mind whether to rake the trip or
: ot. The' chances f.re that he will do
to, ' ii there is really r:; thing to keep
L:::i In Hawaii, zzi cs the chance is
m -exceptional cr.e. . ' '
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"-'"'" - o- 1 " - -V . : SAM BALDWIN, v' ':. . . -
Crack. Na 1 cf the Oahn team, who finds that he 1s able to make Coast trip,
- f iGiving- the team a-top-Rctch tC-iite. - - : :'v r
Cy LAURCNCEkRCDIf:GTCM. . . . . , .
nORADLY the last match gani; on the jCoast next , spring. Practice
ibU U:c fast Fifth Cava'ry polo' as a team is what.. the locaV' players
. team will i!ay on Hawaiian ,teod mcst of all, and that Is just
" took place at Lcllehua yesteruuy what the last two games against the
i.r.3 ended with. the score All-IIawall
Cavalry" 0. It was fasi polo through-
cut, cr.d the final figures. hardly te
l rc r.t the fartuues cf the"car.:e, for
1:3 I-1 several chances to
Mch they f :'.?d to ccnve-L ,
V.'ith t!.? r.-.ual aver:"2 cf gcal .tat-,
lir.-:. H 1 score would have been about!
i S to Lv . ' . . 1
The Cavalry 'tightened Its defense than the one used the other day. Gro
ccr.crrhly, ri the race was by r.Inger played, No. 3 and Captain For
r.o rrcar.3 the: waih-away that the, con-? syth held down back.- ; -test
cf la?t Caiurday turned out tot Eoth teams changed -men before'
tc. It 'wc a hard riding game, but the end cf the. game,;-Arthur Rice
th? ? ill duln't travel a3 la-t or a3 dropping out cf the All-Hawaii line
el: -:;Iy, a in tho, farmer ccr.test, due-' up,. to .let Sam Baldwin; who will" go
!:i i art' to the fie'.l, which was rough-, o the Coast as substitute,-work two
- rr.d r:r:ev,hat elv.rty, ar.J r-rtly to. periods with the other players behind
t: l et that everyone eeeracd to be )-im. Baldwin .played his usual hard-'
- 1 However, it wrs a good hitting game at 1, and if the team i3
frcr.i the :-;rrfatcrs' standpoint.-Vunfortunate enough to have man
' t ' ' 'r ! T; -1 the menffnjurcd, he can be counted on .to fill
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power and regenerative force bs restore
Cavalry hasr given them
The game started with the All-IIa-walis
playing their regular IIneupr
Rice. Castle,' Dlllirgh-.m and Frank
Ealdwln. The Cavalry made a shift
back to their old positions, for Han-
son was tack in the tame at No. 2.
which allowed Sheridan to go to No.
1... This combination . worked , better
the comtir.atio.:.' :. -:7'
.The Qav 'rr v:i twofextra men,
Fcrryth crc cut after the. fourth
pcricl, , I :r.:...:-j '.ralrg .la, "and Sheri-dan'-retiring
rf;;r. the fifth to give
Heffernan a ch'ace. r " " ;
.There .was a raci!deal of hanging
on the tall d;.:Iag 'Hie first, period,
and the . spher3 . was continually . hit
ting the ponlc? and bouncing out - at
unexpected angles. Thi3 was dlscon-
Sn5?ir i ?l " fcic4 the But now the Punahou girls hayehad
team work cf bcth fours. There, wa3;ni ,B.-.-4h'.iw,
co score in the period, although the
bill was - dangerously closed to both
goals more thin jpnee.' 'Por the most
part however,' the play, was in' Cav
alry territory..4 : . ; -.Z': Z .
The second period saw a single
goal by Rice. Towards the end of the
period the Cavalry ,-' took V a grand
brace, good wcrk by all the team
bringing tbe' ball within easy scoring
distance three separate times. The
goal hitting of the ' army men was
weak yesterday, and this alone kept
them from gettins .a few : to their
credit-; .;' ;'--: ''; "."' 'N;::-:;:
Walter Dillingham made a' beauti
ful quarterirs tf col off a ilong shot
soon after play opened in the third.
The Greenshad" another good chance
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a few minutes liter, when Dillingham
centered to nice, who Just failed to.
get: the ball ttrongh with a back l
hander, after a nlx-up Just rx front of
the posts.- When ialf time was called i
the score .stood 2 to & In if avor f I
the-All-Hawaiis. ) ::.
', Castle scored the ; only goal of the 1 The Dark Horses came to life" last
fourth period. : Most of. the play was'j night ad took two out of three from
close, to the sideboards, and the pbniei the Breakers, dropping the first game
were jumping "on ..and otf the field., by 90 pips,' and, then winning the re
with bewildering : frequency. There malnder ;by; safe margins. .This puts
was more hitting, against the boards J the team out; of the cellar, and the
than has been" seen in any game this t players are much .encouraged. ' "
season. . - : ... I.
Sam Baldwin celebrated his entry I
Into the game In the fifth by complet-
Ing,a sensational rnn the entire lene-1
th of the. field. He passed to Dilling
ham, who tried for a difficult near side
goal, the ball Just missing the posts.
For a couple of minutes the Greens
were playing with only, three men.
I Sam Baldwin breaking a . stirup and
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naving io cuange. ine goal was scor
ed after the whistle blew, the Greens
carrying the ball more than half; the
length of - the field, and ' Dillingham
putting : it through after ; Frank , Bald
win had backed ft Into " position.
A high lofted goal .by Castle In the
sixth period was , the final .score, of
the game, . - ,Z-- '
.The Cavalry players " have - shown
the best of sportsmanship in- getting
back . into the gatne as trial horses
for the All-Hawalls;; and it . was with
mutual regret v..at the ; series was
ended yesterday. .Both sides .would
like to - play another game Saturday,
but as the local ponies are to be ship
ped on the 26 this was considered
too risky. . If one of the mounts was
knocked out there would be no time
to nurse It back Into shape, , and it
j would have to - be f t behind. V-u
j Captain Forsyth has come to . the
front for.the honor of Hawaii by lend
ling Arthur. Rice two of his best do-
Jnles for the Coast campaign. This i
' greatly strengthens . the Hawaiian
string., ' .: .A.-v, 2' .:;
There was a good sized crowd on
the, side -lineS yesterday, post society
turning out in :, force, while polo en-
The second basketball game of the
Beason is to be f played next ; Monday
afternoon at 4 o'clock, between Puna
hoq and St: Andrew's Priory and will
be played at Punahou. ft was announc
ed In the schedule that the game-would
be played on .Friday, of this week but
the .Punahou students are, girlng a
play; rLa" J-ettre Chargee that af
ternoon, so tt was necessary to post
pone., the game., 'fiZZ CtV.i'
Punahou has already played - one
game this season n but . the brush on
Monday will be. the Priory'a first The
girls have been practicing every af
ternoon lately. In preparation for the
game ' and Miss . Cunningham, - the
Priory coach, .feels .well satisfied "with
the result so far obtained.; The girla
who will represent' the Priory on
Monday and the positions 'they ( will
play are as follows:: a V-r'v r :
; Forwards, Agnes Frendo,! Eliiabetfe-
Kaeo, Mary Hart (manager), Irene
Davison Centers, Bose . L'unimIngs
(captain), Charlotte Yopp. l- ; .
These girls also; played on the,
Priory Basketball team last'year, "and
consequently they have some exper
ience in the game. Miss Cunningham
has been giving them special drills
in team work and as ' teaw - "work
seemed to be lacking to quite an ex
tent in the game last "Monday, this
preparation - Is apt r; to prove benef i
clal. . h r V':v'r;-''.';,".
The oflciala - for the game will be
as follows : ;' ; V r " 'l K,
Miss - Josephine ' Pratt, i referee;
Miss Ollye Olson, umpire. .The Hnes
men will" be.chosen from tle students
of either: school The rme Is to be
divided into two halves of fifteen min
utes each. " . -. -. r ' . -5 ' S- . :
The game should bei an exceedingly
good . one as bcth tearis , are evenly
matched. The Pricry has seen Puna
hou -in action and .this should show
them what points they need special
work; in. . Punahou had pdayed -one
game and won and therefore should
go into the game on r.Tonday, with con
fidence. Tney know,", their .i'wekness
and strength and should ' prepare ac
irestraint with ;. which the-.gar.sUast
Monday, began. , Punahou has- had a
chance to'overcome it and their con
fidence and lack of restraint i will be
transmitted to the Priori girls, If they
feel any. Thi3 restraint in the game
last Monday was natural as it was'' the
first " game , of the season- and - many
of the girls were - playing their ; first
, game and consequently felt ; nervous.
WU t,MUJCa UU UiUAi Vi IUO v Wl J
players have played before, so there
will be nothing to retard the game.
Quite a number of , people attended
the game last Monday but a still larger
number is expected at the next con
test' , ' .: . ..-.'
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Y CCJWLINQ LEAGUE, ..
'd I- ez VKM UVZ Pet
Cherries ' .V.; .iy. 12 :
o r 1.000
fit- . 500
Splitters! , . .
e 9 -..409
:-'r. - :xt.V.
R- E, Scott ,..:..:i43
James V..';. . 124
145 ; 498
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'V . -.-r--v704 745"
' ' v ; BREAKERS. -
H:' White .........154 169
C. AV. Tinker. 190 131
Zimmerman '7, ... . .116 119
Franz ,....i.l46 JL130
C. A. White
188 -138. 147
":"'';.- '-794: -687. 705 21S6
Scott had ' both " high average and
score," 166 ; and 207, for - the Dark
Horses. - -r -
For the Breakers Henry White had
high average, , 163, and Tinker . high
scored . 190.; . v J .
Franz bowled seven straight strikes
just before . the " match, and remarked
thai he was "back .in the game,", but
he wasnt back In the three games he
bowled. . .. . . : ;;:v, Jf4 BCJ
tbusiasts from- town were also In evi
dence. ;'r"; v ', vkC V:: r ; ,:" v
The game, "which was shortened to
six: 6-minute periods, t was efficiently;
refere1 by Lieutenant Baird. No pen
alties were called, and a rather ; rem
arkable feature oil the play was .the
fev knock-outscTtho ball seldom pass-"
Ing over the llne.,.
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:, , ' . ' ' - ...''.:' , . AL. KAUFMAN
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nT3 a new and strange crop of
heavyweights that flits past the re
viewing, stand these days. Palzer,
Wellsw McCartyJ . MaMahon, . Wil-
lard, "Gunboat" Smith and ' Charley
Miller belong uto a new , generation.
The majority of big men who drew
the headlines a few years ago have
passed on to the mino. .-lea'tfts.'-V
; : Only one of the old line fighters. re
mains to ruffle the temper of the rein
In squad of present times He: is
Jim Flynn. who recently on the coast
dented a rib or two for Truck Horse"
Charley Miller, upon whom Flynn na.1
tied .the first glove ; a few seasor-
lick. -Flynn is about the one veteran j
who. debuted a , decade ago -that Is i
still able to stand up and whack with ,
dLaU.youns, bloods .suceasfully ' f
Flynn has outlived birry. Kaufman,
Savage, Ross, Kubiak,. .Willie, : ; Jim
Smith;. Tommy. Burns. Jrike Shrecfc,
Marvin -Hart -and Sandy: Ferguson, it
wasn't such a 'great white ago fat Al
Katifinan was.,oeiii? booroedrtcr the
gonfalon of the pondere-as class. He'
was going ' along, ripping In tue good
nighty, blast on ; all who thought tney.
stacked with him'Jrlis mess of K. Ox's
included the'' name of Jim Fiyan, set
ting that gentleman back a mile in hi 3
fistic adventuring; : As a strange cpin-.
cldence Flynn parleyed with'big Af at
Kansas. City in May,,191U and tun
ed . the -world ' upside down for the
CaMfornlan. ' Kaufman; was given a
I eating - that his memorr will : recall
forever If not longer, -';.:' ;.;-.;' - ;
- .The drubbing drove Kaufman to ths
rocks,' and he has not had a good flgtit
la.h 1m si nee. , Luther M cCarty receu t
iy knocked out AI in two rounds. If
back to the buic''cr shop for AL
Jim Barry, who knocked qut "Gi n
boat"; Smith in 1910, is on his last
legs. He gts beat upon each appear
ance In -fighting togs.: . In days, gone
by: Jim ; could rattle his fists : some.
Once he whipped LangfordL Tony
Ross recently was barred by thi New
York boxing commission; - He doesn;t'
seem able to get In shape "any more.
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0r.ee Tcny wa3 a fins l;i'.ilnj h:iv
Wih,t and a truly -great srrar: r, but
Li3 stomach bu'.:;3 now witn ft t3
can't get c2. lis i3 as tou-x :j ever,
but glow. Tommy Eurr.3 retire! after
hi;; championship battla vrith Jcr-son
wsa stepped by the Australian pcHce.
but age didn't "tike away' his, viia
in the case cf Carry and Hos;. Mike
Shrcck and Marvin Hart are thrci::.
Two years ago thl3 pair.hslpci Lccst
Carl Morris record. Thi:.idc!;-.i i
Jack". O'Brien laxttd for the ccr.::ier-able-period
cf fourteen years. I!3 re
tired in 1910, but has boxel ccr :
aly since then. Join Will! 3 t - ! r ::
pricing - winning Etrr-': 1"' ' ' -
l"jt it was- atcv.t tic: let r.
i ;th ' wa3 put cut cf . ths : c: ; vv
T' "i .'"1c! I even's terri'. " a'.'
War sir.ee. Ferguson ar.l Ilu'.lak t-v.1
pur: :3 are. ccr.Ccrr.c.u..- w cw....j . ; -r
. itiar who will never amount t:
thlr.3..-lt is doultf j if Jos Jear.r.ctt
is T3- good as ormerly, ' - . '
,'. he 'succetEors cf these mri aro
battling today.- Most cf them arc com
paratively "icexpirisnced yet. Y.'clis
ha3.beea boxir; three years, Tic.1 la
hor; four, '.'Gunboat" Smith four, Mc
Carty wo.Miller five, Palzer two,
Willard one.;. - . - "
Clears, the complexion,
whitens the hands and
"is a time-tested remedy
for skin diseases.
LJl ar rwB, i.'t.
Unhhvcinht Vln !!:.:
Sierra - .
Another boxer frcr.i t'. C
town on the trsii 1 cf an t :
Young; Ketchel, a 1
ltghtwel-ht cf fan Tr:.
here cn the L'.'rrs, r.rl '
sued a chaKrra to r.!l .
class, Ceors? Jr.
Ketchel is a f
J;as been comic j
to t' 1
Francisco in tne sc
ta3 crrcir 1 In pr
cf tu3 firtt-cl:.v?
nmr.a;fd b:r :; J.
Ciorra, and lr.:t r.i
thur call:d c:i tic?
the Ctar-nu:::.;.! t)
to any l!t cr '
Islands. i:et:I.:l . .
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There wa3 r;: .." t:
ccck cut fcr tL r.
tut no, such ret1:1,
his ov.-n ex; c! : :
"Th-3 fciiv.::. ; : -Ycrk
V.'crll cf ic
"Hitch: c:::, wi? ;
sort cf cr.?.p r-.ii s
riles that tha blow
ther was inter
l r hi
th Drown qu:
ther 'was tackkd just ret t
hi3 attempt vent awry c .
ift the visitor's face. Th
Rules Committee cf the r
tnorities could; if tucy I.
blow was intentional, sus; :
fender for tie rest of th
'-"Harvard's playing :..
aggressive Saturday; and I! t
tactics are adopted again:: T:
and if tiie Tigers return v. . .
compliments a similar. r:.t. .
treatment the .officials fcr thct c
surely . will' have their h c r J 3
Crowther on Saturday sufsrei :.
more than Hitchcock's attack.1 T -
and four husky men were pull: ! t.f
him time and time again when C a
was absolutely no need cf such dr
measures being adopted to dc -
acU Lack ot Apjxti-.e. Hear H ju; ..- ; .
(i.. W.nJ o Stomach. Bioatea rec'-
! jn. Pains la Stwnach aJir Eaune, Sic
1 KittaisiMSS, ta Crfiro. lf ?fe rtver.
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