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oil,Cr so at t!J"d l01hhe nn:-t
will bo heard wu Pol ??
fact that the lea?leasu"" ""
and Improving l,P It"
good news to nil r , .
The game the Pol '","
against the "onolu r '1 "J!
week, ago was not eam ,0"
might have been, and"?X' , ,."
who had seen the off1 0T0"'e
tlco games clnlmcd that1. " A , " "
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than they did. "
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Secretaries or other author
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are asked to send In a list ot
event, scheduled by them, that
they may be Included In the
program, Addie all commu
nication to the Sporting Edi
tor, Evening Bulletin.
July 18: Opening ot Oahu
July 18: Alea vs. Wnlanc.
July 24. Sullivan n.
July 2t: Oahu vs.
Aug. 1: Mclncrny Cup.
Dick And Jack
Tlere were two Important visitor
in (hit oftlcc yesterday, but they
, din) pod in at different time. The
fir.i caller was Illchard Sullivan,
nnl he, after passing tho time ot
diy, announced his delight at hcar
t g that Jack Cordell, Esq., was wil
ing to scrap "winner take all."
Dickey seemed tickled to death
vcr the proposition, and said he
M'ai ready to fight anono right
nway under thoc conditions. How
A ever, aa Cordell had not yet arrived.
)lacr who seemed unable
anytmng like a well as hi riu
tlon would lead ono to expect. t,c, HONOLULU CRICKETERS 00
enmejer le, on present form, as f jq jja.UI AUOUSTW
hs utiy ui ino uiiiiun, aim in ip!
nil tho Hfth want to do Is to pra. Tho meeting of tho llonmlu
tlce hard at team play and get thclVit-Lni club leslcrdav aftcroon
ponies Into shape and then they will Xs wc nttcndcd, and somo Her
mit up a game that will surprise the .,. matter were brought u for
After all, although tho Oahu team lrp to Mau waB ahussed
won It gamo against tho llflh, JUugust '.." was finally cldcd
It did not play very brilliant polo eii thc ,ato uf tj10 tour i,Muul.
imd, It tho Cavalry team has lm-. It Wicrstood that tho Ma play
proved a much an It I reported crs, nBrcablo to the d.c that
to havo dono, It shoutil havn a llas nxed, and aa they ivc Kt
good chance of defeating the Oahu a c;glonB 'team togethc a fine
bunch. '""'oVmld come uff.
The next gamo will probably bo The,H ...i. . . matcl(ic(wccii
played a week from Saturday at Mo- the S(Lmcn 0( the clulnnd tho
nnaiua nnn u snouiu uraw a nig inner ,i.inl.(i natlonadcs,
crowd. Thc distance to Lcllchua Is such nn-nt nhould stlrhlngs up
n drawback, and, although a big In tho clj,ot ne Aloogh the
bunch of people made thc trip, the nicu tioniLe an( 0f t Thlstlo
attendance was nothing like what It arc stronr(re)rctlC'atcd the club,
would have been had the game been It hero aro j(0 a ffvl ;om other
played at Moanalua. ( limes whoVi that th can hand
Tho Interest In polo Is Increasing thc Scotch m iilcirh 0,th0 cricket
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It cleanses and beautifies the teeth
and purifies the mouth, as noth
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which keeps thc dirt out and thc
flavor in. No waste, no spilling.
Benson, Smith & Co , Agents
dally, and quits a number of In
iiulrlea have been made for likely
looking ponies. Ono or two have
bocn picked up cheap, and a soon
n they get a little wise to the game,
Ihclr owners will no doubt turn out
to practice regularly.
jSr. Irwin, after a few weeks' trial,
foupd that the pony that his brother
had sent him from Hawaii was not
suitable for the game, a she was too
much accustomed to tho racing
game. Tho doctor shipped her back
to Hawaii and now Is on tho look
out for another mount.
Tho result of the All England
America polo match which was played
at Hurllngham on June 23, will In
terest people here. Three games
have to be played, and tho team win
ning two out of three takes tho much
coveted cup, which has been In the
possession of the Hurllngham Club
Tho first game was won by Amer
ica by a score of nine goals to five,
and if thoy can win one more game
tho cup will lenve England for tho
first time for 23 (ominous number)
Thc gamo was watched by tho
futhlonablo set of both English and
Americans, and several membora of
thc royal family occupied tho pa-
wllon, whilst on tho club stand, on
the opposlto side, were hundreds ot
English polo veterans, besides Fox-
hall Kecnc, Craig, Wadsworth and
The match started ovenly, but In
tho second period tho Americans
found their gaino and scored five
successive goals, tho English team
scoring ono goal Just beforo half
In the second half England show
ed up to much better advantago, and
brought tho scores up to C to 3
America leads. The Americans then
I'dded three more goals to their to
tal, whilst tho English team could
only make two more ;the Americans
gathered In tho last goal, making
tho score 9 to 0. '
In fact a niuer 0 .n who can
not as a rule aWayr tho regu
lar games wou ma, special cf-
rort to bo prest nt iy match as
suggested. It t t0 , hoped that
the proposed gstl erjlaycd In tho
The local tenwllleavc for Maul
on August 24, d ill return two
days later. Airy
should be had th
and, whether t' yln or lose, the
trip should be cr' njoyablo one
Tho locals wpurtlcc a lot be'
tweon now ando tlmo they leave
for Maul, and, doubt, our men
will be In tlp-tamdltlon and form
when they uteri to the cricket
field at Maul.
PLANTATION 10UE TO
TO Kl FRESH START.
Tho I'lantatldlaseball League,
which has becornmnt for some
time now, Is oi more showing
signs of nctlvitind a start Is to
bo mado on Suy week with the
The strike piho games out of
time, but now tltvcrythlng Is go
ing on in qulclyle, an endeavor
will be mado tclng the competi
tion to a close. n July 18, Alea
and Walanae wiry conclusions at
Ewa, and a gooloso game Is ex
pected to eventu The nova from
Walanao havo d very well up to
date, and Mana Simpson feels
confident that hkvattors cau land
tho beautiful cupat has been put
up for the wlnnt
Then the Ewamch aro making
a noise like wing, and Magnate
West reckons thils aggregation ot
stars can hand oihe lomon to any
other team In thmpctltlon. Alea
will try and taVi fall out of Ewa
on July 25, anVcst' Wallopers
aro laughing alrcr at tho thought
of what thoy will to the Innocent
The champions pwlll bo fought
and tho sporting editor for this pa
per was slightly out ot condition,
r.o scrap eventuated.
Sullivan, who neglected to apply a
bcefstako to his cc as roon as tho
fight was through on Saturday night,
looked well us usual. Still, In talk
ing oer the go, Dick said that lm
wns sure that tho fact that he had
hud no decent sparring partners to
stnush during his training had niadel
hi in slow. I
"If this waj," rcm-irked Illck.'
"I get put on thc floor with somo
amateur mid I hr to Keep on fap-l
ping lightly with my left. I'm
afraid tu throw my right over, be-1
cause If I hit one of tho men too
hard then I'm up agalnNt It next I
day, when no one will put the gloves
on with me. In this way I get slow
ullh my right, and I noticed It n lot
on Saturday night. Why, at times 1 1
forgot myself altogether iiud stood
wllli my arms by my side. Just as I
do ut tho Shaftcr gym when boxing
and with a beginner at thc game. 1 wlxh
that I could get some real fast work I
with a good man before the mill of J
July 24. All the same, I'll fight Cor
dell, winner take nil. If he wnntn It
that way, and fight him NOW!" And
Itlchard bounced out ot the office.
"liood morning, how nro JouV'j
was thc salute about ten mlnutri
afterwards, as John Cordell strolled
In. "What's this I hear about Hulll-.
all?' That's me from the Jump. I
Say ,1 feel tickled to death. Sure,
that's thc dope; I take all, good. It
they want It that way I'm" on; any
old way suits me."
Cordell showed' no trace of his
strenuous tlmo In the ring with Dick
and feels very pleased with, tho go
ho put up with tho champion.
"There Is one thing I would like to
mention, and that Is It seems as if
the public favor a clean break fight I
In this town. Well, I am quite wll-1
ling to fight that way; In fact I
would sooner scrap that way than
any other. If Sullivan U agreeable,
tho contest can go on that way. I
agreed to his conditions In tho first
fight, and I think It is up to him to
agree to mlno now."
Cordell expressed his satisfaction
with Mike Patton as a referee and
hoped that he would again bo tho
third man at thc next fight. Jack Is
In lovfl with Honolulu unit thinks
the cllraato simply perfect. How
ever, as he says, fighting Is his busi
ness, and wncn mo gamo is siacu
an) where ho has to travel around
and look up new pastures and get
matches with anjone who feels In
clined to tako or ghe a punch.
The fight on July 24 Is going to bo
n snorter from mo nrsi tap oi mo
gong, and It should bo a fight that
will bo spoken of for years tocomc.
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follows: America Harry t'ayne
Whltnoy, I.. Wuterbury. J. M. Wa
Icrhury, Jr., Devercaux Mllburn.
Ilngland Capt. Wilson, Pat Nlck
ulls, C. D. Mlllor and F. W. Kreako.
It must havo been a great game.
and tho results ot the remaining two
matches will be awaited with great
Interest by local players.
Margaret Illlngton, tho uctrebs, wife
of Daniel Krohman, has taken up rusl-
denco In Reno, Nov., In order that sho
may legally ask a dlvoico from her
husband at tho end ot that tlmo.
Twcnty-flvo boroughs and townships
In Pennsylvania aro under quarantine
as tho result of rabies, tho spread of
which Is almobt unprecedented.
the other teams atoo far behind to
have a chance twinning. The
van wanting to it 'winner take
final gamo will Mayed on ono of
the city grounds, ! the date la not
ct fixed. Tho ntcst, although
long drawn out, not being lost
sight of, and mucnterest Is shown
by the "farmers" the series,
Mrs. William E.inls, whose hus
band was killed bjaptaln Peter C.
Mains, Jr., bus ajunred sbo will
bo married to a NeYork real-estate
broker when her (atrlcal engago
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