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Are Proven The Best
11ISLKY, i:ng July 11. Scoring
a HweupliiK victory In the Intel na
tional ride nnd lilslol matches, Amer
ican iiiai Ks men thli nflcrnoon won
tho wot IiI'k championship titles In
Loth chisscs. In tho rlllo contest
they wero 35 points In fiont of tho
nnGlh'h HhoaterH when tho last shot
hr.il licun fired, niul In tho small nrms
cent thoy hutl SO iiolnts' advantage
ever the Belgium marksmen.
American sliniiishnitera teorcd nn
;iBi;n'KUtu nt 1!,531 points lit the rlllo
mntUi. With 2.4DG John Hull's
in.u ksniLii finished i.ccmnl anil tho
Canadian team, scoring 2,139 points,
secured third place. Tho ncorcs ot
tho other competitors were ns fol
lows: Prance, 2,272: Sweden, 2,213;
Kciuny, 2,192; Greece, 1,980; Den
Again in the icxoUcr team compe
tition the Americana scored n victory,
mid nn easier one than In the rllle
matin. The Im.iders ran up 1,911
points to the 1.S04 tnlllcd by tho Del
Blum small arms niaiKunien. Tho
Englishmen had to be content In this
cent with third place, totaling 1,
81 ii. Prance, Holland, Greece, and
Sweden were outclassed In tho con
test. Won Individual Honors
Not only did the Americans nn n
team defeat tho marksmen represent
ing llio greatest countries In tho
woild, hut they nlto won lnilhlilual
honois. V. II. I.ucshiier of New
York nnd Mnjur V. II. Martin of
Now Jersey handled their rllles with
such cklll thnl thoy led nil (ho other
onlotanta in tho aggregate ecore.
Iloth Amerlcr.ru scoied 130 points.
Immediate) tho American victory
was announced the Swedish Crown
I'rlnce shook (leu. Drain's hand
heaitlly nnd congrutulnteil him upon
tho work of tho team. The General
leeched many other congratulations
from piomlncnt spectators, ami the
Amoi leans weru loudly cheered when
their billllant Ictory was announc
ed. Leading from tho very first ranee,
tho Americans wero noicr headed.
They took n lead in tho 200-yard
match, and with tho exception ot
tho shoot tit COO j arils' rango they
scored higher totals for each of the
six distances than thn best shooters
on the Continent or British domains.
Springfield Is Superior
In a measure, oxpcrt3 credit this
billllant shooting ot the Americans
to the supcrloilty of tho national
i.u.i, the Springfield rllle, over the
arms of tho other competitors for In
tel national honors. In tho levnher
cnnlcat, howecr. Dr. It. II. Snyie,
captnln of tho team, slid that ho
thought the Kuropcaus hud an ad
vantage over tho Anici leans In tho
l)po of retolver they used.
"The Continentals certainly hud
tho advantage over us," ho said.
"Most of them used longer barrels
than are pcimltted In the United
Stntc3 nnd alto lialr-tilsccia. We
have to pull tit least two pounds In .
cC53 ot them. Tho Continental
weapom nro very superior for such u I
match ns was shot today, but tho i
better mniksmaushlp ot our team'
counteracted cverj thing." I
Eest Men Won '
Gen. Drain, In an Interview after
tho lctoiy, said: "If you nBlc what'
1 consider was thlcily responsible for
our grand victory I say It was good
men, team work, nnd lines and am
munition. Pioin tho commencement
wo felt, In consequcuco ot tho lack of
skill of tho Continental shooters at
tho long ranges, that the leal con-'
test would bo between the Canadians, i
the IJngllshmon, nnd ourselves. Wo
i felt that If wo could only hold our
own on the shortor ranges wo could I
lick everybody at the long distance.!
"I cannot bay too much ot tho
tpoitsuianllko attltudo of tho com-!
pctlng teams, All ot com so weio
anxious to win, but all wore dcslr
ous that ovcry other team should bo
givon an equal opportunity.
English Team Strong
"I consider tho Kngllsh combina
tion to be ono of tho stronkebt teams
ever known. Tho wonthor conditions
woio oxtiemoly dllllcult, nnd I am
absolutely confident that tho Kngllsh
and American teams In noimnl
weather would have shattered ovcry
w oi Id's icpord mndo by hervlco rllles
over tho distances shot. The ar
i.ingemcnts for the competitions
gau us gieat satisfaction, Wo weio
nffoided ovory facility for practice
and everything was done to make us
t: t; v
Tho C. A. C.'s havo UinllenRcil San
ta Claia. They did It borne time ago, '
POLO (Oil WITH Jewels And Jesails To
TENNK AT PUUHENE mm a n;n.,,
Tennis and polo p1aera will com
blno to make tho Maul doings on tho
12th to Hth foinethlng big. It. W.
Shingle, Judge Ilallou, W. I. Moth,
J. Wutcrhmue. John Fleming. Dr.
Will Ilnldwln, Geo. Angus, und W. P.
Dillingham met c3tcrdny nt the Pa
cific Club for tho purpose of discuss
ing plans for this trip. Tho Puuncno
tennis touinnincnt, which begins on
Wednesday, the 12th, will have polo
sandwiched In on the 13th, nnd on
tho Hth the finals In both polo nnd
tennis will bo played. ,
Tennis lui" been attracting Intcr-
'est on Maul for months, and polo Is
also of nomc Interest, owing to tho
fact that Maul captured the honors
last year, and H generally supposed
to havo the best team In tho Islands.
This team Is ((imposed of Snm Dald- j
,wln, C. C. Krumbhnar, Prank Ilald
i win, nnd D.-nld Plcmlng.
The steamer Mlkahnln has been
chnitcred for the trip, leaving Hono
I lulu nt f, on Tuesday.
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WAIUJKl', Maul, July 31. Thcro
will be n hot game nt Kahulul this
Saturday afternoon between tho Kn
hulufs nnd a plikcd team from Wnl
luku. The bos lune been putting
up such excellent games that the pub
lic will travel miles to see thorn work.
At Wells Park, Wailuhu, Sunday aft
ernoon the following tenuis will cross
bats: Wntknpu vs. Ilenlanl nnd Kn
hulill vs. Stars. Tho llealnnls put
up such n due game last Sunday with
Ned Kruger in the box that tho pub
lic expect to see n hotly contested
gamo this time, and whichever wins
will havo to go homo for It, nnd per
haps tfriothcr 11-lnnlng gamo niny
After the game last Sunday be
tween the HcalanU and Knhululs,
Captain Keanu of tho Hcalauls filed
a protest on the ground that ono of
the Knhulul batsman stepped out of
tho box to bat a fair ball. Tho
Judges, Messrs. Hattlc, Pcrrelrn, and
Dr. lloote, disallowed tho protest he
cause It was riilBed after the game
was ocr and not when the net was
Jose Mnknlnnl, a former legisla
tor, U In Wniluku this week. Ho
has been around Pauweln, looking
over and stud) lug pineapple lands.
He owns bovcrnl pieces of land In tho
pineapple belt which ho Is thinking
of either leasing or cultivating. Tho
stoilci that he hears from the farm
ers themselves make him hnvo faith
In the great future of the pineapple
Industry, and yields of three or Ilvo
hundred dollars an ncro for fairly
good land planted in pines have al
ready set him a-thlnktng ns to tho
possibilities for Hawaiian small far
mers If they only will work In earn
est. STANDING OF LEAGUES
Won. Lost. Pet.
I.ns Angeles 22 43 .517
Portland 47 43 .522
Snn Pranclsco 51 51 .500
Oakland 43 6C .431
Tho public will tomorrow have n
chance to see tho Jewels and tho San
ta Claras try for honors. Theso nro
tho best teams, probably, In this city
at picscnt, and their meeting again
has been lcoked forward to with the
Thero Is no doubt that the Cl.uain
have Impiovcd wonderfully In the
tlmo they havo been here, and there
Is equally no doubt that they are In
much better trim than they were at
tho tlmo when they Inst met tho Jew
els nnd lost out to them by n narrow
If something doesn't pop when
thet'o nggregntlons cross tho willow,
the calculations of tho dopesters nro
m BASEBALL FICHT
ON IJLPACIFIG (OASI
A rare baseball fight Is on, on tho
Paclllc Coast. Two cnrs ago, tho
Pacific Coast I.eaguo dropped one or
two small towns from the list of
places on the ball map. Last season,
somo of tho burgs not In the Coast
League, and somo which were, got to
gether nnd organized an outlnw ag
gregation, tho California Stnto
League, comprising San Pranclsco,
Oakland. Alntneda, San Jose, Santa
Cruz, Sacramento, and Fresno.
This bunch hnd on its rolls of
plajcrs bomo of tho best men In the
game "Spider" llaum. Cliff Illalik
cnshlp, "jlrlck" Dovernux, Koscoe
Miller, "Gotcli1' Kennedy, nnd oth
ers, and proceeded to play much
better ball than tho Coast Lcaguo
could put out, Tho result Is: tho
Coast Lcnguo has had no crowds, und
tho outlaws have been coining mon
ey. And now tho Coast Lcaguo Is talk
ing nbout extending Its territory
again. Doubtless what tho outlaws
want Is recognition. Can they forro
POLO tiih TODAY
Polo Is on this afternoon nt Mo
analua, tho finest field In many re
spects In the world. Tho locals aio
getting Into form for their trip to
Maul. Their improvement during
tho time thoy wero working for tho
rccont mntches with Kauai was very
marked, and It Is entirely probable
that Onhu is to put tho best team In
tho field this year tho best team
which has ever been put out from
As the best ot the locals aro pitted
against each othor, the match at
Moanalua ought to' piovo of tho
Dribbles "Why do you cill Squlbln
n votoran humorist? Ho can't be moro
than 25 years old."
Scribbles "Well, his pokes aro In
tho veteran rlnss, just tho same."
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