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PA'KNINO IltJLLKTIN. HONOI.UU), T. II.. MONDAY. MAY 7. 1909.
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Klght polo players turned out on
Saturday afternoon at Moaiinliin,
iitid hi ii) i' Rood practices wcio had.
Waller Dillingham was also present.
1'iit did not play, an Ills ponies nro
not In condition. Howoxcr, n step
I was taken In icgnrd to electing a
, captain of the club and arranging
' miitteiH for tlio future.
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JOHN SCHLEIF, Manager.
Dillingham wan .lnanltiioiisly
plectcd captnln of the Honolulu club,
and It was decided to challenge, both
the Maul and Knusil tennis. An cf
k.rt will be made to have n gym
khana early In September, and, an
the Lcllchuii Army men will also
take part In the tournament, tho
whole affair should be one of the best
ever pulled off at Moannlua.
Such a tournament will draw n
big cuiwd, as everyone la anxious
to t-Vc how the military men will
clack up against the players from
tile other Islands, to my nothing
about the local men.
On Sunday, Juno 26, the lloriolu
lu team will play a match against
I lie l'lftli Cavalry at Mtmnplun, and
much Interest Is being taken In the
game. The Honolulu team has not
jet been selected, but there Is plenty
of available material on hand, and
n h several new players have maclo a
ttart at the game tho prospects look
very bright for most exciting games.
I)r Archer Irwin Is showing good
form, and as soon as his new mount
has n little more work and stcadys
down, ho will uinka the rest of the
players sparkle up a lot. Tho Itev.
Mr Turner of Maul Is taking to tho
Mime In lino stylo, and, although
only a new hand ut polo, shows every
promise of becoming u first-class
player before long.
The eight men who turned out
on Saturday were Dr. Baldwin on
Prince, (Jcorgo Den I son on his un
named brown marc. B. II. Davis on
Burcfoot, John Fleming on Pala, Dr.
Irwin on his new filly and Itev. Tur
ner on n bay.
Several periods were played, and
Hnldwln, Lewis and Fleming, as
usual, showed tip-top foiin. Their
hitting was clean and brisk, and
the back-hand strokes of Fleming
were particularly good. All of tho
players arc very keen on tho game,
and as they nio evidently getting
Into form, the gamo against the
Sthotlcld llnrracku contingent should
be a line one.
It Is Just as well that tho game
for Friday next could not bo played,
us them Is so much In tho sport lino
scheduled for that day that many
people would be unable to go to tho
polo, having other engagements to
Tho Cavalry officers nio said to be
practicing hurt! and nio repotted to
bo Improving every day In their play.
They should put up u line game,
I'g.flnrt tho Honolulu team on June
M. U. D.S GETTING THEIRS
FROM THE DIMOND TEAM.
Hawaiian inn feic and INi.mimeiit Works
VfcXT TO N JONG BlUIi l?h IQu KINO S'HEUT
SMART CAPTURE OF
prowler seemed to lit a Japanese
named Tallinn Kelcbl. wno Lent
AM Al i rf'L'll DlinPl AD 'bought was In Jill, but an Infinity
111 .LILUMJ UUUUUUl 'li.lted the, hit that Tatlmu
Tho Wall Nichols bunch of ball
((lasers havo again changed their
name, and, as they were warned
tome (line ago what would happen
If they wqro ever defeated, they
will not lie surprised at being al
luded I o as tho M. U. D.s In the fu
ture. Yes, It Is too tt lie. the late Irre
slstlliles got theirs to tho tunc of
26 to 12 at the bauds of the 1)1
inond ciowd. Tho Vlerra boys ran
up against a snag when they chal
lenged the Dlmnnd team. It hap
pened thus: After a careful scru
tiny of the hardware staff, and siz
ing up their strength, tho V. N.s
agreed to tho gumn. I'nfortuimtcly
they overlooked tho warehouse de
parement of Dlmoml & Co., and
great was tho consternation when
the Irilslstlhles (they held tho title,
then) stepped on to (lie diamond
blid found thai tho Dliuond team
was made up of fjnlto a number of
I'hlef I, n ni.Kie a smalt iiipluip
o mi alleged lioigl.ir this morning
m Cie io, not of Al.ipat and Vniing hu it' oueo started out to scnich thu
In en dlsehaiged fiom piUon ycstoi-
rlu luoinlug. This iiiiivlnecd I.cal
thnt lie was on the light track, and
hliiinlH of the supposed burglar. At
D o'clock this morning tho Chief lo-
lienls. It appeals thai about in
n'rlwK lust night ti S Cuirj, who
loalilrs ut U2S Ma MM street, heard
a noln. uinimil the back of his house,
and, on Invonigntlng the mattei,
ciililo aei'oss a Jnpniieiei who was
uvldeiillv living lo g..i In ihe luck
ooor. Cuiry at nn" sinrled aftei
mo .iup. wro neu 11011 me. siieci iieen gone through and somo
end, showing great II eel 11 ess of root, anil other stuff stolen. The Chlof
outpiKed his pursuer Cum. how- at unto connected Tallinn with tho
ever, was able 10 give a mill good affair, and fiom present appearances
deMcilpilon or Ihe lutiiider in l.cai, t seems Ihat he Is light. The mat-
who at once st iried out 011 11 hunt ter Is being Investigated now and
lor the man n pioli.il.U he i-ellled till lirier-
'I'be desei ipliiin of lb lllglll noon
had ' the Kaplolanl League men. who are
employes of Dlmnnd & Co. In their
Tho W. N.s saw thoj were up
against It, hut did their best and
managed to make 12 runs, which
was very good under the Urrum-
iiited the- Jupnneso at tho cornor or stances. A. K. V. Is doing as well
Alapal nnd Young and at onco ur- us inn bo expected, considering tho
tested lif in- I painful slate of affairs, and Is Just
In the meantime It was reported now wondering what now namo the
in the pollco that tho rcsldenco of 1 W. N.s will get If the -wii their
Kaplolanl I'ark Ciuetaker Young had' next match,
been gone through and somo "'Ul' "p' .. ' ' j"1"
By Hour or Tnn
6. C. Beckley, Jr.
Slug Slug Slug
Tells Story Ot
, W. V. Niiiighton saj-R of the great
fight between llattllng Nelson and
llattllng' NeUnn Is still tho king
of tlH lightweight division. Ho
stood to hl'i guns for twenty bllstci
Ing rounds with llylnnd, the Grass
Valley lad. In Coflroth's arena yes
terday, and then coolly signaled the
moving picture machine to get
ready for the finish. He went at
llyland with double fury and drop
ped Fighting Dick twice In tho
Hut the contest did not stop there.
Dick, who was exhausted, managed
to Keep on deck until tho twenty
third round was well under way, and
then he sank beneath a savago left
dig In the stomach.
As llyland lay an his side after
the final blow his condition wns so
pitiable that Referee Fddle Smith
signaled the timekeeper to desist
from his labors and declared In favor
of tho Durable Dane.
It so happened that Hyland's
brother was climbing Into the ring
at the moment, bent on saving pool
Dick further mauling, so that there
Itn't a chance of tho referee being
charged with premature Interfer
ence. The fight was one thnt can bo eas
ily described. It was slug, slug,
slug from tho first tinkle of tho bell.
It mattered not whether the men's
arms were partly Interlocked or
whether the pugilists were stand
ing apart. It wns a case of perpet
a it tt
HIGHLANDS ARE DISPLACED
9Y REACH TEAM.
There were two games of base
ball at Kaplolanl I'ark yesterday,
and the second of these, that be
tween the All-Stars and tho High
lands, caused a surprise, In an much
that 1 he former team defeated the
latter by a score of IS to 3. This
win of the All-Stnrs deprives tho
Highlands of tho lead In tho Kaplo
lanl League and puts the Reach
team In the premier place with a
percentage of .750.
The first terles in this league will
be pau next Sunday, when the All
Stars play the Toklwus. The other
game between the All-Hawulls and
the Highlands limy not come off, as
the former team Is supposed to have
retired from the competition.
The Reach team defeated tho To
klwus yc today by a score of 14 to
'2, and this victory puts them In tho
lead as regards tho first scries.
Hums and his hardware team aro
taking up the place or the All-Hawaii
team In the second scries, and
may be relied upon to make things
interesting for tho rpst of tho teams
In the competition which begins on
Sunday week. The Kaplolanl series
of hall Is attracting a lot of atten
tion lately, and big crowds of peo
ple Journey out to the park ovcry
ilunday to watch tho games. Tho
standing of the teams Is as follows;
P. W. Pet.
Reach 8 li .7"U
Highlands 7 a .711
All-Stnrs 3 .0u
Toklwa 7 2 .280
Additional Sports on Page 7
JACK BALCH IS gTaD
TO BE GETTING HOME
"Had a linn time, hut am glad to
get homo. Ilalth." Tho foregoing
wireless message wns received last
night from Manager J. A. HaUti of
the Wireless Telegraph Company,
who Is 11 passenger on the Matson
liner llllonlan. Tho Hllonlan will
reach hero Wednesday evening, iiiui
a Jolly roceptlon awaits Raich,
Hatch Is accompanied by his
bride. The fact that he slipped
t"way and entered the bonds of mat
rimony on tho quiet, without letting
even his mint Intimate acquaint
ances Into tho secret, will bo regard
ed as ample oxcuso for a royal re
ception, and "Jack" will suicly get
Amond tho visitors rrom Califor
nia now In Honolulu Is Mrs. Walter
Scott, formerly Kthcl Amwog, who
attended Piinahou a fow years ago.
She Is hero on her honeymoon und
Is h -e"t at tho Mouna.
V. Webber, who put up 6 ball
when anoitcd but night for being
boozed, failed to appear In court
'hid morning und hid lull was for
lelted. vfi" nd Mis. Hedeniaiiii nie ex
pelled lo arrive home on the next
(rip of I ho Siberia. They have been
lor somo (line In New York City.
Cooper Cud Is
Tho Cooper Cup was sailed for on
Saturday at Pearl Harbor and re
sulted In a win for tho Maggie,
which wns sailed by Alec. Lylc. He
bt ought his hooker over the lino
five and one-half minutes Inside his
handicap, and getting within two
und n half minutes of the Defiance,
which was the next craft to finish.
Although tho Maggie Won tho
race, a protest has been lodged by the
skipper of the second boat against
LylO being awarded tho prize, It be
ing alleged that the Maggie cut
some of the corners off the course.
Tho protest will be cooildcrcd to
day by tho regatta committee, nnd
as soon as a decision Is arrived at
tho result will be published.
I Saturday was a fine day for n
race, and tho stnrt wns made as soon
as the Hawaii arrived with tho com
mittee nboard. At 11:25 tho yachts
started on their round of the harbor,
and tho Mngglo was tho first to cross
ho line, three seconds after the gun
had gone. Tho Chip closely follow
ed tho Maggie, and the Dcflanco
came noxt, Tho last boat to cross
the line was the Maloto, which was
ono minute after tho starting gun
I The Defiance wbb the first boat
to round the outer mark, at 12: IS,
nnd sho was closely followed by tho
Magglo nt 12:16:26. Following tho
leading boats were the Dagmnr,
Malolo and Chip, In close order. As
soon as the buoy was rounded tho
Magglo and Defiance began to draw
away from tho rest of tho craft.
After passing tho Wniau mark tho
Magglo was rapidly overhauled by
the Defiance, but tho wind freshened
j and tho Mngglo gained a good deal
on tho run from the western end of
Ford's Island to the flnlslng line.
I The finish of tho race was very
exciting, and tho Dcflanco crossed
the lino Just two and one-half min
utes ahead of tho Maggie, and as tho
latter had a handicap of eight min
utes she won by a margin of live nnd
It was a most enjoyable day and
tho yacht peoplo who went down on
tho yachts had a grand time. Tho
handicaps and times of finishing
were as follows:
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'GUARDS DEFEAT REGULARS
j BYSEVEN POINTS.
I Although only two teams took
part In the shoot at Ftort Shattor
yesterday, tho competition was most
exciting and close. Sovcn points
only divided the scores of tho N. G.
II. nnd the Twentieth Infantry at
tho close of the shoot, and the result
was most encouraging for tho
I At tho 200 yards range tho Shatt
ers lead tho Guards by four points,
but at the 600 yards the N. G. II.
made up tho difference, and man
aged to make ulso tho seven points
they Anally won by.
Tho official scoro wns as follows:
N. G. II. 200 yds GOO yds Total
Cnpt. Necly ... 42 40 82
Cupt. Johnson . . 39 35 74
Capt. Cummins. 38 37- 7fr
Lt. Iivans .... 40 43 83
Sgt. Kvans .... 43 46 8
Sgt. Lemon ... 39 43 82
'.Map. Illley 12 33 75
Lt. Sumner ... 41 36 77
Sgt. Gouveln ..36 40 70
Sgt. Korrclra .. 30 l 71
Maj. Itoso 10 34 71
Lt. Hopkins ... 31 32 66
Totals 464 460 921
I 20th Inf. 200 yds 600 yds Total
U.t. Pardco .... 39 45 84
Capt. Kxton ... 38 33 71
I'vt. Marks .... 39 45 81
Sgt. Martin ... 39 37 7'i
Pgt. Kdwaids . . 40 40 80
Corp. Ksllngor . 40 37 77
I'vt. Cook .... 34 40 71
I'vt. Bplcer .... 10 34 74
Corp. Steph'ns'n 41 3G 76
Sgt. MJ. Krausa 41 32 72
'i'vt. Maxwell .. 37 31 8
I'vt. Cooper ... 40 40 H
Totals 4R8 419 917
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