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FATNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, t. II.. TUK3DAV. JULY 21. 1908.
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Jewels Hold Successfal
Last evening, wllli a Rood crowd
present, and with tlio Snntn Clam
nnd Keld Iiojh nu Kiiectx, t lie Diamond
Head Athletic Club Kiive a water car
nival nt tlic Hotel llnths, with mark
A number of Intel estliiR fen til res
were Intioduccil, nnd the evening
oted a great buiccss by the audi
ence. I'lomlncnt among the eents of the
evening was a high nnd fancy diving
stunt pulled off by Jack O'ilrlen and
Cnrl Oas. They nro both clever nt
this line of work, nnd allowed up In
their best form last night.
A burlesque In the water, which
WiiB ctodltnhly given, occupied a
good part of tlio evening.
After the Jewels had finished their
little stunt, the Kelos went In for a
MAY HIVETWO UMPIRES
Dower ns uniplio of the Honolulu
Ilarcball League, It Is said to be prob
able that two (implies will now be
appointed. Charles Albright Is sug
gested by a number of people for one
of theo, Ho is well qualltlcd, ns he
hns hint ye.iri tif experience In the
game nt tlio University of Washing
ton, nnd is known ns one of tlio bent
of tho amateur plnycis In this city.
Tho Koto team, thiough the cap
tain, Takahauiu, has filed a protest in
regard to Sunday's game with tho
Jewels, the ground for their conten
tion being that Dower called a run
ner out who hnd been caught on Ills
base utter tho umpire hnd declared a
supposed strike a foul ball.
There Is not a general impression
thnt tho Kclos can have tho game
cancelled on this account, for tho
reason that only one run wns nrfectod
ninl tho Japs were overwhelmingly
defeated by a score of 10 to 0. On
the other hand, tho Kclos say that
they were disheartened, and could
not play after this decision wns hand
ed llicni. As a matter of fact, It is a
quibble, In tho opinion of moro than
nno fan. Give Kclo tho run, and they
are almost as badly shut out as over.
Tho remark is heard that It Is a pity
tho ono team did not play better or
the Jewels play worse.
Why aro all tho present genera
tion of boxers in this citr nossessed
of a front name which Is Invariably
cither "Kid" or "Young"? An orig
inal boy might hako a hit with a less
tlmeworn stage name
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Tho tug-of-war team, which tho
marines of Camp Very liavo formed
Is out now looking for. a match. W.
II. Harper, their manager, Is anxious
to meet any of the local teams, and
ibsucs u challcngo to that effect,
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I'u Kuil a is among tho most versa
tile ball-players who is In tho gamo
this season. He began his work hero
by making good behind the bat, and
by electrifying tho crowd with his
nlco pegging to second. Last week
ho was changed oft to shortstop,
where ho played a good game, and
later he went Into tho box, for tho
first tlmo in his llfo In n regular con
test, nnd pitched a winning gamo
Tho Diamond Head baseball team
will practice at tho Park this after
noon at tlio usual tlmo.
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Tho Santa Clara team Is Improving
at a great rate. If they keep this up,
In another month they would liavo
Comlskcy on tho run.
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Tho crowd 3 beginning to catch
onto the fact that Shafer, tho short
stop, Is a player of more than usual
class. His wing Is a continual revo
lution, and his ono-handed stops nt
second and short cull for applause
tlmo and again.
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Alns, it Koto could bat as thoy can
field and run bases!
Santa Clara nlavcrs literally nut
on their warpaint when thoy go out
for a tontest. They Binear mud on
their checks to counteract tho claro
of tlio sun. Tho effect is picturesque
If not pleasing.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin,
Good Horsemanship Was
Leading Merit Of
Excellent himrninnshlp nnd llullf
fcrcnt polo wcro the order of tho day
yesterday afternoon, when tho Oahus
nnd the Kauai team clashed at Kn
plolanl I'.irk, and the latter came off
with the l.iurels by a score of 0 3-1
to 1, There was nothing to It, of
course. The locals wcro outridden,
for tho most part, as disparity lu
skill In handling tho clubs was not
Tho star of the whole day was J.
Mallna of the Kauai team, though
sonio of the Oahu men played excel
lent games, among these being Wal
ter Dillingham and Angus, both of
whom showed good form.
As wns expected, tho condition nt
tho field proved very poor, nnd won-
,der wns expressed In the gmnd stntul
that tho platers could mnko any
progress in the game nt all. Sand
near tho middle of tho field often
stopped the ball, nnd them would bo
somo minutes 'during which everjone
would take a futile swing at tho
sphere. Then tho ground wns rough,
and the plavcrs ulvvajs tool; chances
in their work.
Tho crowd was poor yesterday.
Sonio cnthuilnsni was shown. The
peculiarity seems to be that pcoplo
now Interested In polo bore all conio
from Kauai, as tlio svmpathles of tho
majority of the ciowd, or at least of
tho loudest contingent of tho crowd,
seemed yesterday to be nil with tho
Tho Kauai colors were red and
vvhlto; the Oahu colors, blue nnd
Kauai scored tho first goal shortly
after tho beginning of tho first pe
riod. Althur Ilico nnd Mallna rush
ed the bail goalward, and tho former
ECiit It through, nfter a long drlvo
by Mallna. Shortly after, Oahu had
a neat chance but failed to score, and
Knunl rushed tho ball again down to
the goal, Chnrlio nice putting It be
tween the posts.
Kauai took and missed two hard
chances for goals, and tho ball was
near tho middle of tho field when tho
In this period, Kauai was forced to
a safety, making their store for tho
period 1 3-4.
Kauai started things off wiyi a
rush In the second period. A. nice
shot to Mallna, who advanced tho
spheie, and C. Rico followed up, send
ing tho ball through for another
point. Dillingham and Angus played
tho ball. down tho field, nfter stopping
a dctcrnilned advanco by Kauai, and
tlio former scored tho only goal for
tho sldo. Near tho end of this pe
riod, Dillingham mado n spectacular
play, with a burst of speed, taking
the ball from Kauai and passing it to
Dcnlcon, who failed to put it through.
Kauai scored some tlmo after tho
start of the third period, on luck.
Angus had rushed tho ball far dowu
tho Hold, failing, however, to get as
far as shooting a goal. Kauai recov
ered tho advantage, but tho playing
wns doubtful, and tho ball in tho
midst of tho crowd when Mallna
smashed tho wood, which happened
to hit none of tho horses or mon In
tho way, and passed between the
Dillingham camo out us a bright
particular star at this Btogo of tho
gamo, nbly supported by Angus. He
got the ndvantago with his team by
iwo long drives, but his support bob
bled, nnd Mallna got tho opon field.
Fleming crossed and connected with
tho ball, but Mallna, following rapid
ly, caught it neatly, making ono of
tho longest and prettiest goals of tho
Tho period closed with Angus and
Dillingham playing tho hall for a
fioal from tho sidelines.
In tho last period thcro was much
riding In tho open, making It tho
most spectacular part of tho whole
gamo from tho standpoint or tho
hpoctntor. Fleming mado a long
inn. but was blocked by Mallna, who
had a very fast pony. In tho mlx-up
Angus collided with a goal-post and
Knocked It down, Dolo nnd Itlco
then scoiod a goal for Kuual, with a
long run. Doth teams missed a num
ber of chances to score, until C.
Rico and Dillingham mlxod it near
tho goal, and Mallna rodo In, sending
tho sphero Into tho needful placo. Tho
play had hardly begun again when
tho whlstlo blow for time.
Tho gomo'wnB of four tcn-mlnuto
Tho line-up of tho teams was:
Two Draws In Riiig At
Moro good sport was furnished at
the I'lshmnrkct last evening before
the largest crowd which lias assem
bled at this stand of athletic enter
tainment. Every event was applaud
ed' to the echo. Ladles In numbcis
wcro present, nnd exhibited moro ex
cltcmcnt during tho boxing events
than any flght-fnn present. The out-
conio of tho evening's sport wns a
win for the Honolulu tug-of-war
team over the Stevedores, nnd two
drawn In the ring.
This crowd which assembles nt tho
Klshmarkct Is ono of tho most re
markable In many respects which ov
er assembled In this city. It is the
one placo where women may sco box
ing contests which bear any likeness
to the much-mooted prize-fight. And
not only women, but men who might
not want to be seen at tho ringside
In a boxing contest nt which the
fight phrase might be poked, show
up here, and ell approval with tho
rest when a solid blow goes home,
and tho gore flows.
Tho first event was tho tug-of-war.
Tho Honolulus started tho thing
their way fioni the first, but for
many minutes the Indicator hovcrcl
In tho center circle. Then tho Hono
lulu men began to haul tho ropo their
way by fits and starts, nnd were al
most two feet to tho good when tho
20-mlnuto limit was reached, and
tho money was theirs.
These teams went tho limit of
twenty minutes to a draw Saturday,
and tugged for tho accumulated
purso last evening.
Tho next was u C-rounc event be
tween Young Heine and Kid Cabral.
These men are In tho ring ngalmt
each other almost every tlmo a show
Is held hero now. They agreed that
if both were on their feet at tho end
of the sixth round, tho go would be
a draw. It went the limit. Neither
had the other worried, and honors
wcro about even all through, Cabral
did not Bhow his usual form, In that
he was slower in hitting, and had no
power behind the blows he shot out.
In other words, ho was not fighting.
Ho used his right more than usual,
and plajed somo for thi! mid-section,
which Is not his usual form. Hclno
seemed stronger than usual, which Is
probably to bo account for by tho fact
that his hands liavo been on tho bum
of late, and aro now getting better.
This man has accepted Nigel Jack
son's offer to box at 120 pounds.
Tho main event of tho evening,
scheduled for a C-round go between
Young Nelson and Jack McFadden,
resulted In anothor draw, with tho
samo agreement, that It should be
declared a draw If both men wcro on
their feet at tho cud of tho sixth
round. They both boxed prettily, but
thcro was llttlo suggestion of right
about It. Neither man was punish
ed In tho least. They mado u beauti
ful exhibition of tho last round,
which wns ono of tho fastest which
has ever been Been here, Dut they
bad no steam behind their work, and
thero was not tho suggestion of a
try for a knockout. For nil that. It
was an exceedingly pretty exhibi
tion, and caught tho crowd.
Tonight's card will bo; Tug-of-
war; bbxlng, six rounds, Fredericks
of tho U. S. S. Illinois vs. llonnctt of
tho U. 8. S. Kansas. Uoxlngt I'latf
of Fort Shnftcr vs. Murphy of Fort
Shatter, six lounds.
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On the Ohio tho crow rejoiced to
welromo Rattling Nelson, conqueror
of Joo Clans. Nclbon Is woll acquain
ted with Chief Potty Officers Rodo
house, O. Canning, nnd T. Kllhenny,
and nccompanlcd by Wlllus Drltt, his
manager, and Charles Ap'plegato nnd
James Illyler, ontcrtaincrs, tho Rat
tler mado a visit to tho Ohio during
tho afternoon. In tho quarters of his
friends tho party Indulged In singing
and general conversation. Lator No-
son was shown through tho cnglno
loom nnd throughout tho ship. San
a ti u
Orlf Konnedy scoied rour runs
with his homer Instead of three, 'as
was stated through a nilsAiko. This
Is a very rare thing to happen In Ho
nolulu. V '
Oahus; O. Angus, 1; G. P. Dcnlson,
2; Walter Dillingham, 3; 3. Fleming,
ikick. Kaunls; A. Rice, 1; J. Ma
llna, 2; C. A. Rico, 3; C. A. Dole.
Eight horsos were allowed each
team for tho game.
Officials wcro: Frank Ualdwln, ref-
orco; H. Castlo and W. Aiken, goal
Juilger.; John Walker and Clifford
A second gamo betweon theio
teams is to ho played tomorrow afternoon.
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