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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATUIUJAY, JAN. lfi, 1909.
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Good Polo Promised
For Coming Season
There will be polo, good polo, mid
lots of It pl.iyoil this coming senron.
Tho presence of the Fifth Cavalry
tins given Just the boost necessary
to start tho gnmo going again nnd
ulrcady enthusiasts are beginning to
take nccnunt of stock.
Wnltcr Dllllnghnni Is very enthu
siastic over the outlook and will en
ter Into tho gnnio with heart nml
Mini. Ills two prize pontes, which
lmvc been on tho I'aclflc Coast for
llio past two years, hnvo Just arrived
hero, anil arc now in quarantine. Oil
llngliain's lead will beyond doubt be
followed by other enthusiasts and
soon there will bo something doing nt
"The outlook Is very bright," said
Dillingham In conversation with the
llil lie tin man jestorday, "Thcro
has never been nny difficulty In secur
ing one team hero; our trouble tins
been In keeping up two, to its to af
ford an opportunity for piny on this
Island. Tho presence of the Fifth
Cavalry obviates that difficulty.
"I crossed the continent In com
pany with Lieutenant Colonel Hunter
of tho Fifth Cavalry. Colonel Hun
ter mill 1 discussed tho polo situation
lure, and In Kan Francisco I met
some of the oitngcr officers who nro
polo enthusiasts. Tho talks which 1
had with them wcro most satisfac
tory. "A new polo club has been organ
ized nt San Mateo, and mi effort will
bo made next year to get n represen
tative gathering of teams there for
n tournament. They uro very anxious
to hnva one or more teams from the
Inlands compete, and strong prossure
was brought to bear on mo to secure
my promlso to return.
"If they could seo their way clear
lo changing the date of thu tourna
ment from March, the usunl time on
tho I'aclflc CoaBt, to November, there,
might be n possibility of our doing
something, March Is n bad time In
tho Islaiidn, 'because It Interferes with
the Biigur harvest."
Tim Fifth Cavalry officers nro very
Impatient to get nt practice, mid will
probably do bo In very short order.
Thcro Is more or leas doubt as to Just
what tort of n taint they will have,
tho regiment having been so divided
of late ycar3 thrt few of the younger
offlcors have had opportunity to play
There Is an Ideal field for polo play
ing In tho cantonment at Lcllchua.
It h located between tho dfTlccrn'
quuitors mid the menu buildings nml
ft level, smooth, mid of nmplo size,
roloeel Schuyler ,lho conimandor of
the regiment, la nn enthusiastic
horseman-- a typical cavalry officer
- nml thu younger officers nro Hiiro
of hl.t encouragement In their offortu
to organize a 'id maintain ,i crack
The officers hive fifteen or twenty
likely ponlc3 with them and there
will doubt lesa bo opportunity to se
cure more hero from tlmn to time.
With few other amusement') available
at I.ellchua, thu polo team, or teams,
will probably have plenty of upectn
.lust lit present Waller Dillingham
Is very busy preparing for tho com
mencement of the' i'enrl Harbor
dredging work. Just ns mioii nu the
Urn rush It over and things nrn well
finder way ho will undoubtedly take
the Initiative In getting together the
civilian players and preparing them
for play ngnlnnt tho nfllcors.
CHINESE ATHLETIC CLUB IS OUT
Burning Challenge Is Issued Through
the Bulletin, and Married Ones
Offer To Stake a Dinner Sweeping
Deli is sent Out
Tho benedict monibors of tho Cht
neso Athletic Club arn on tho war
path, for thoy want to get a crack
nt tho "sassy" bachelors. President
Joseph (loo Kim, who Is tho captain
ot tho married men's tenm, has Issued
tho following deft through tho Hul
lo 1 1 n and he Is confident that his
double-strength team will whip tho
single-handed team. Ills team will
play for sport's sake, hut, nt tho same
time, he Is willing In wngr anything
from chop suey to u 12-courto dinner
on the outcome. Ills dell rends as
"We, tho undersigned members of
the C. A, C. Ilencdlct baseball team.
do hereby challcngo the winners nf
the C. A. C.-Alllancc game or tho
llachclnrs of tho C, A. (.' to n game
of bnschnll to be played nt Aula Park
on January 22, tflOi), at 2:30 o'clock.
Our line-up Is ns follows:
"Y. Akong, catcher; II. Chuck,
pitcher: Ho Fee I'ung. Ilrst base; lln
tine I'ung, second base, A. K. F. Ynp.
third bnso; Kn Ynto I'ung, short
stop; Joseph (loo Kim (captain ,
right field: Wllllo Aynu. center field;
FRED SHRUBP, FAoT BRITISHER
WHO IS TO RACE WITH LONGBOAT
unf9 jijz' k v4..t w ir Vs'Jiyjinm
Alfred Shriibh, tho Rngllfh runner. I.i to run n Marathon race ngjinnt Tom
Uuigboiit. tho Indian who defeated Dorimdo. Tbe rnco will tuko plscj
In M'idlron Sqinto (larden, New 'iork, on Janinry 2fi. Shrubb holds ev
ery proft sulon.'il dlctnnco record from 2,000 yards up to eleven miles.
IIo has never been beaten In competition. Ho Is thlrty-clx years old and
has been n runner for moio thaun decade. Ho Is five feet seven Incbeu
tall and wclgbB 130 pounds. KotulthMuiidlng his comparatively thort
stature, l.e has n strldu of moro than flvo feet. Ho has beaten relays of
tho beet professional runners hi Ihia country and Canada.
IIUFFAI.O, N. Y Jan. 3. Uoraudo (iilt In tho nineteenth mile of
his Miirnthon rnco against Longboat In tho Fourth Iteglment armory
here last night. After n rnco which gave promlso of being u record
breaker, the Indian wore him Inlo such n state of fntlguo that after lin
covered (lie sixth lap of tho eighteenth mile ho turned from tho track
nml threw himself Into thqirms of his brother.
It was mi unexpected by the spectators that no olio realized what had
happened until Longboat wns seen Hying Inlo the back stretch alono and
Dnrando wns climbing through tho ropes to his drcsidng-room.
Ixingboat fell In tho kocoiiiI mile und so bndlv Injured Ills kneo that
II became swollen In tho twentieth mlln nml he wulked several laps before
resuming the run. From the moment Dor.indo quit until tho Indlnn.
hiokc the tape in a filial nillo sprint the big nrnmry resounded with
Tho pneo was a killer, nil Madlmn Square (larden records up to tho
time of (ho Italian quitting, being binken at the eighteenth mile, the
r n liners being four minutes nhead.
tors wns !,ongbnat'B Indian bride,
Tho Indians llmo was thrcu hours, threo minutes, and twenty-four seconds,
By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKXEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-Y0UNO GARAGE. PHONE 100.
j K. C. Vnp. left field. I.nn To lie. V.
Tin Ynn. V. Y. Kwnl Fong. I.. Aynu.
1 1.. Y. Aluio, l.uin, Kollg,'UbjtllUtC8."
i II II I)
I'ott Schuyler athletes arc sold tf.
le of a pretty high order. In base
ball, ns well an other manly sports,
the troopers nrn much In the good
nnil' minor has It that they will not
only take n prominent pnrt In ath
letic events, hut wll he n factor that
will have to be reckoned on in taking
stock of the top-notchers,
There will be some fine golf play
on the Moannlua links tomorrow, rain
or shine. Tho Tnnsan cup tourna
ment Is on, and n little thing like In
clement weather will not deter en
thtislasls from being on hand.
It tt I!
The Fifth Cavalry hns nu ambi
tious heavyweight, night Marlowe,
who Is anxious to secure a match
with sonic locnl lirnlscr.
Ono nf tho most enthimlastlc specta
who sat In n box at tho llnlsh lino.
EVENINGS WEEK DAYS.
GREAT FISTIC MILL
WILL SOON BE HELD
CLEVER LADS WILL ENTER
ARENA IN FORTNIGHT
Continuous Performance of Pugilistic
Stunts Is Arranged For by Honolulu
liupressario Sullivan Will Meet
Husky Coast Middleweight
llellly and Smith will meet In tlm
i oped nrenn n week from next Satur
day night The lads arrived with
(li nml Joe, on the Alnmcda yesterday
n.'lcrnoon and are scheduled to mix
tMngs Juit ns soon as they can gel
into trnlning, nfter their sen voyage.
Strong endeavors were made to
bring tho lads together a couple if
months ago nnd they got consider
able advertising thereby. In ronse-
qmnce, fans are showing a inmlauio
Interest In the coming mill, and the
ninnngcr-llnpressnrlo wilt probably
havo a liouso that will Justify tho
expense to which he has gono. whin
tho little entertainment Is pulled off
(leorgc l'etcrson, who will go nn
against Dick Sullivan, also arrived
on the Alumcdn. l'etcrson has one
decision over Sullivan to his credit,
und there will be no child's play when
the men meet.
The mill will probably take place
a fortnlgh' after tho Itellly-Smlth go
It is announced that Kylo Whitney
has agree I to como over nnd meet the
winner u( tho Sulllvnn-l'etcrson fight
Whitney l a clever man who ha
been up ngalnst some very good onci.
nnd n fight between him nnd the win
ner of the scheduled contest would
dnt'bllcsH prove n strong attraction to
Cohen l,ns moro than made good
the piomirc, given when be left heie,
that ho would bring touia good men
back with him, nnd there Is every
indication that n great fistic revival
j Is about In take placo here At any
rate, thcro will be same good M'ort
during the next month.
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All-Hawaii a ns
There will bo some lively buscba.l
on the league grounds this afternoon
when the All-Hnwallans meet a pick
ed team from the league in a prac
tice game. Ucsptto tho Inclement
weather which Interfered seriously
with the plnns of tho men during the
p.ist week. Captain Fernandez' aggre
gation has been getting In soma good,
tilling practice, and today's enter
tbiitment Ib sure to he well worth a
trip out to tho park.
Every day now sees tho All-Hnwallans
shaping up In better form and
the powers that bo are beginning tu
feel very much encouraged. Ily the
time Mike Fisher's All-Amcrlcnn
lunch reaches here, there-will be n
bang-up nine on hand to receive the
outfit, unless prescn Indications prove
Fans are npt turning out for prac
tice ns well as they might, nnd there
mo n good many vacant places on the
tiicachcrb these days.
VLatch Race Is
Racing rivalry, once started, Ib nut
Easily stopped. The New Ycar'R
meeting has aroused the spirit of com
petition among horse-owners, and tho
first, though perhnps not the last
Match, arising out of this spirit will
ho run off today, according to (ho
Hllo Tribune. Tho contestants will
be Little Joker, which Is Japancto
owned; Adlon, the Maui Stnhlo
hormc, nnd John OTtourko'a Major
Collier. Little Jikcr was brought
from tho Coast for the late raco meet
ing, and thcro was great disappoint
mont because he did not run. Thcro
Is much speculation ns to how he
will show ngalnst the other horses,
more especially John O'Hourku's lat
est "goer." Tho raco will start at
3 p. in., nnd will bo for a purse of
$100, with an ndded awecpstnkn ot
it tt rt
The championship "hiking" raco
will ho hold tomorrow nftornoou over
the usual course, ns scheduled. There
Is every Indication that thoro will bo
Tho sophomores rnn away with Uio
victory In tho IntorrlnsH cross-country
run of tho High School student)
n n a
Table d'hoto luncheon will tin sen',
ed nt tho Oahu Country Club houso
tomorrow bb usual.
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Nobruska has tho poorest prospects
for a basketball team of eight years.
Four letter men nro In tho largo squad
out for practice hut tho remainder of
ei rrw B8ur.n miss power's m
Nobruska has tho noorest nrosnects rtnn-rnvr tit Tin i.nnn r, ' E1
lO for a basketball team of eight years. '. WL
tho players nrn Inexperienced.
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