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' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THUnSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1909.
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OAHU POLO PLAYERS SHOW BRILLIANT FORM AH DDEFEAT THE
FIFTH CAVALRY BY SCORE
DA8HINO GAME AND WHOLE
One of. tho best polo games that
has been pla)cd In these Islands was
that In which tho Onliu Club yester
day defeated the Fifth Cavalry by a
score of 6 to 1.
On im ner tho score looks one-
bided, but tho KHtno Itself was far
from being so. It was lust sheer
hard luck that the Cavalry team's
score was not ut least three goals
tight at tho hit-off the Cavalry
took the ball down the field on the
run. and within a half a minute ot
the start u shot for goal just missed
tho murk. The vim which Uronln-
gcr nut Into the came seemed to In-
splro tho rest ot the team, and For-
tytuc, Hanson and vluckenioci ,
played as tlicy have never ulaici
Uiiokcmocr. In particular, cumi
out uf his shell and showed form
that smprlscd oven his fellow pin)
crs. It Is a great pity that the lieu
triuilil Is leavluc the islnnd. u
wiiii, us he is improving a lot ami
(Ills alcciuc will weaken the Cnvnli.
icam u ioi,
(lionlngcr, who took Barnard's
placo In the teum, pin) eel a very
brllllnnt game, and h will be a
great help to the team jn future. Ilia
Hdlng was tearless and his hitting
clean and vigorous. Captain For-
Hytho, as usual, played flno game;
ins ruling on was goon, and his
passing out to center was a treat to
Hanson also did well . In fact,
the whole team played as they never
have before. The match was a hard
riding, hard-hitting exhibition of
the game as It should be played.
For Honolulu all four players did
good work, and the goal that Wal
ter Dillingham scored in the fifth
period wan about the prettiest bit of
polo work that has evenbeen seen in
these Islands. John Fleming had
got on to (he ball and tamo racing
down the. field with Hanson trying
to rldo him off. Walter then took
a hand and hooking tho ball right
from undor Forsythe's horse made
one clean clipping stroke and scored.
I A big crowd of visitors lined tho
sldo of tho ground, nnd many auto
mobiles wcro In evidence. Tho Con
gressional party wcro seated undor
tho awning near the wore board,
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be seen dotted around the field.
ronk Ualdwln was present, and
keenly watched tho ploy with an
c)e to future contingencies. The
Maul champion was clearly Impress
ed with tho form shown by both the
Oahu and Cavalry men, "That's
playing polo," ho remarked as Wal
ter Dillingham lilt his nover-to-bc-forgottcn
goal. "Tho team work
of the Honolulu fellows Is splendid,"
ho odded. "Why. they have Im
proved wondcrfull). And Forsythc,
at No. i, is doing good work, too.
Yea, this la a real snappy, fast polo
game, and I'm glad to bo present at
That all from tho acknowledged
polo export of the Islands Is high
praise, ami shows whut sort of polo
the boys placd yesterday. Right
fro mtlio start excitement ran high,
and the delight of tho ladles of Scho
field Ilarracks when their men
chorcd their one goal was good to
One would almost wish that Mm
gallant Fifth would win a match
against Honolulu, for they have put
UP SnniO fine flslltH nnd llnn'f linnu
.the meaning of tho word defeat.
woutonant O'Connor of tho Engi
neers acted as referee, and his was
a pleasant Job, as there wero abso
lutely no fouls or Infringements of
Six minute periods woro played
no time taken out and the In
tervals were of flvo minutes' dura
tion. Ilotwcen tho third and fourth
porlod a longer rest was takon, as
tho heat was something fierce, and
both the men and ponies were show
ing the effects of the stronuouB
The Honolulu team wore their fa
miliar blue colors, and tho Fifth
were attired In tholr natty costumes
with tho well-known old-gold sash
across their breasts.
Hanson got the hall right at ,thu
OF 8 TO 1 GR0N1NQER PLAYS
TEAK IS MUCH IMPROVED.
start, nnd raced down tho field and
shot for goal Just missing by
Dr. Ualdwln camo up with a wot
sail and took the sphere on the run
fiom about midway to within a few
yards of tho Cavalry goal. Dilling
ham then took n hand, but the ball
was going too fast and It was dead
Fdrsjthc hit off and Fleming
blocked 'with a beautiful back-hand-cr.
Then 8am Ualdwln did a bril
liant bit of work and came racing
down the field with Dillingham lay
ing close behind him. However,
Uronlngcr did some good work, and,
getting the ball, made the run of the
da to within a short distance of the
goal, when Sam Ualdwln nnd Flem
ig blocked as the bugle went.
Dr. Ualdwln took hold ot the ball
n meat st.vlc, nnd coming down tho
eld cantered right In front of
'lemlng. who scored one minute aft
i the hit-off. Then thero was a
nc bit of nil around play, and final
v Sam Ualdwln scored ngaln. Bhort
. afterwards Dr. Ualdwln again hit
goal, and the total was three to
Gronlnger got hold nnd went rac
ing down the Held with tho ball, hut
was ridden off by Dillingham. l"or
the then did a smart bit of play
ind looked dangerous, but 8am
Ualdwln saved nnoly. Then Dilling
ham almost scored, hut Qucckemcy-
ir saved In good shape. No score.
"This wa a very fast period -anti
the ball was kept going from one
end ot tho field to the other. Sam
Baldwin played brilliantly, and
with a beautiful shot centered where
Dr. Ualdwln was lu waiting. For
sythc sated, but shortly afterwards
Sam Ualdwln scored with a peach
of a drive.
Oronlnger was again much In evi
dence and Quekemcjcr also did, good
work. Fleming and Sam Ualdwln
took the bal on the run toward the
Fifth's goal, but Hanson saved.
Quekemcjcr then made his best
play of the 'lay, nnd cheers went up
as the officer workod his way down
tho side of the field. Then Fleming
got hold and centered for Dilling
ham, who scored.
Quockemcycr mado n fine run
down and when In front shot for
goal; It would have been a certain
goal only for the fact that the bail
struck Hanson's horse. Shortly aft
erwrads Dr. Daldwin made a fine
run and with a hard bit struck the
goal post and the ball glanced
TEN.MILE RACE WILL
BE VERY CLOSE ONE.
When the ten miles running raco la
pulled off at the Athletic Park on Sep
tember II, there should not bo a vacant
seat on the grandstand or bleachers.
The raco Is attracting a lot of at
tention and now that Marathon Jack
ton has announced his Intention of
competing, tho Joy of tho fans Is com
plete. Jackson will start training at
once, and Intends to show a lot of the,
sports that he can cover ten miles In
as good, ir not better, time than most
Ten men have entered for the race,
and most of them nro well known ath
letes who, If In proper condition,
should put up a very pretty run. (
Tho following men have entered for
the ou'M: C K. Charlie, J. McCand
less. Abe Norton, Joe, Macedo, Tsuka
moto, E E. Taylor, Downey, Dal Fahy,
Ocnrgo Addison and Nlgol Jackson.
These men, fit and well, are capable
of putting up a great race and the fin
ish should be exciting enough for any
body. tt a tt
TENNIS PLAYS TO BE
Yesterday on tho Berotanla courta
the championship doubles advanced
another stage. Deeir nnd Waterhousn
boat Conness nnd Major Long,. 6-0, 6-4;
Greenfield and McKeevor beat Steoru
nnd Hcmcnway, 6-4, 6-2; Brewster and
HoogB beit nichnrds and Richards,
fi-3, 1-R, C-3, and CunhaOee defeated
I.ow and Anderson, 7-5, 6 3.
The lepnls was of high order and
somo of tho rnllja woro ory good In-
MOTOR CAR JOTTINGS.
II. S. Trimcotl left on the Klnau for
Makawell; ho took his liulck along
with him and will spend most of his
Sundays louring tho Garden Island.
Dooncy Hartmann will not be accom
panying this conRressloii.il part) on
their tour of Maul mid Hawaii. Tho
over-green Dooney Is now mi cxcrt
chauffeur and Is domiciled nl the
Ro)al Hawaiian Oarage. Hartinann's
never-to-be forgotton remark about
'This awful abscess hero befnro us"
will never die, and It Is to be reset
ted that Dooney won't make another
trip to Halenkala and keep the Con
gressmen In good spirits.
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deed. Geo and Cunha are a very
strong pair, and It Is hard to see where,
a couple who can beat them Is to como
This afternoon play will start at 4
p. m., when the final for Iho ladles'
championship will be pta)od between
Miss Hall and Mrs. Hind. In the gen
tlemen's doubles W. P. Roth and W.
Williamson will play Wnterhouso and
Cunha and Gee will go np against
Brewster and llooga and the winner of
the Roth-Wllllamson. Waterhmise.
Deerr match, will play Greenfield and n ot0 lla'ru n" no "I'posltlon, be
McKeevcr, )ond ono question as to the legal tstat-
Tho play ot Roth will be watched " of our lands, from Mr. A. C. Camp
with Interest and should ho and Wl.'!' of Wellington, D. C Mr. Camp
Horn, m-M n.n n,i r.,ni, i. .i. we" seemed Mtlsflcd with my state-
finals tho play will bo well worth see-,
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EWA VS. KAHUKlf AT
TENNIS ON SUNDAY.
On Sunday next at En a, the follow
ing team from Kahuku will try con
clusions with the Ewa players: O. R.
Olsen and C. D. Chrlstophcrsen; David
Rust and W, T. Vorfold; Dr Morong
and II. K. Onna and It. T. Chrlsloplici
sen and Andrew Adams.
The Ewa team has not jut been sel
ected but a very strong one will bo
sure t orepresent the big mill. Quito
a number of lsltors arc exacted to
mako tho trip to Kwa for the match
and there Is no doubt that the pla)
will be watched with groat Interest ly
the plantation people.
On Bunday, September 12, tho monV
handicap doubles will be plajed, ant
It Is expected that some of the best
tennis eer seen at Ewa will bo
played. All the contestant arc prac
ticing bard, and If the scratch men
wish to hAvo a cHauco of winning they
will have to pla) the gamo of their
Tennis Is on the boom at Ewa, and
many new men hate taken to tho
gamo and arc Improving wonderfully.
WRITES GOVERNOR FREAR.
Territorial Forester Ralph 8. Hos-
tner has written the following loiter to
Governor Frear regarding tho Irriga
tion Congr-a held at Spokane, at
which hi- nas tho official representa
tive of Hiwall, through whoso efforts
and other, a resolution wns passed
recommending an extension of tho
Reclamation Service to tho Islands.
The letter sa)S:
"It gives me much pleasure to an
nounce that on Friday morning last
the Irrigation Congress unanimously
adopted a resolution favoring tbo ex
tension of tho Reclamation Act to Ha
waii. "The report and recommendations
of the Resolutions Committee waa ap
proved and adopted without change.
The paragraph In question roads: 'We
urge tho Congress of tho United Btates
to extend the Reclamation Act to tho
Territory of Hawaii.' This was prac
tically tho wording of our own resolu
tion, the preamble being omitted, In
conformity with a general rule.
"Throughout the Congress we wcro
agreeably surprised to nnd so little, op
position to our measure We found
many friends and tho evident Justice
or our claims seemed to appeal to
those who wero not already familiar
witn our conditions. Wo had a ma-
Mr. SWAHN '
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HOTEL AND FORT STREET.
Secretaries or other author-
Ised representative of clubs
art asksd to send In a list ot
events, scheduled by them, that
they may be Included In the
program. Address all commit-
nlcatlnns to th Sporting Edl-
tor, Evening Bulletin.
Sept. 4: Knms vs. Diamond
C: Punahous vs.
4: Practice Match.
Sept. 6: Medal.
Sept. 1: Inter-Island
18: Hoalanls vs.
Jorlt) of tho Resolutions Committee
pledged but when tho matter ramc to
!"cn. n"? '"eff80'"11"" a approved
uj mi- iiiiiiiiuiuii:
"Friday noon I sent jou n cable
pram' "'Resolution fnxorltig extension
lUctaiiiatmti Ai't Haw nit adopted unan
"Mr. lUbbltt listed thoto who helped
us I'spcchlly. I would merely add that
beside Mr Newell we are particularly
indebted to Dr Pardee and Dr. W. J.
"At Mr Newell' xtiitKCstlon 1 have
written to Senator Carter, of tho Sen
nte Comn.ltleo on Arid Lands, now en
route tu Seattle, requesting that the
Hawaii delegation Im given an opor
(unity to ha heard The commute it
to be In Sontlla about August 28. Mr.
Knudscn and I, with others who may
be on hnnd, plan to mako statements
and Die brlols In Hupiiart of the bill
now ponding before, the committee,
Mr.. Newell left Spokane Wednesday
I luht to Join tho Senate committee.
He will he lu SiMttlo at the time, of
the conservation meeting, as"wlll also
Mr. Plnchot and Mr,.Mc(ieo.
"I have had wnt to you files for Iho
wook of the morning and evening pa
pers of Spnkana Hawaii did not get
as good press mention as could bo
wished,' but as a matter of fact tho
Territory was kept decldodly In evi
dence. Wo weru the first to file our
list of officers; our resolution wax tho
third or fourth received und read: so
were given a good place on the floor
and our want looked alter with es
pecial care by (ho permanent organ
isation. In tho afternoon parndo
Thursdoy we had a carrlago decorat
ed with Hawaiian flags and placarded
'Hawaii.' Wo wero given tho place
next to the first float, practically the
right of tho line. In many ways we
woro made In feci that wo wore spec
ially honored guests.
"In tho week beforo Hawaii Day
(August 22) I expect to seo something
of several national forests. Mr. Lord
and I have come over hero over Sun
day to seo a good stand of western
white pine In the Pond d' Oreille na
tional forest, near Randpolnt. Early
in tho week I go to Seattle.
"For the Washington Conservation
Association's meeting the 'First Na
tional Conservation Congress.' places
have been given Huwall as follows:
"'Tho Progress of Conservation lu
Hawaii.' Ralph S. Hosmcr.
" 'The Waste of War.' A. F. Knud
scn. "'Tho Work of tho Woman's Na
tional Rivers and Harbors Congress.'
Mrs. Margaret R. Knudsen.
"Of course the last two are general
In character but tho personality of (ho
speakers will keep Hawaii to the fore.
'There woro many Inquiries for you
at Spokane and expressions of regret
that you could not bo present. It Is
needless to say that theso regrets
wero shared by all tho members of
185 editorial rooms 256 busi
ness offlcs. These art the telephone
numtMrs of tha Bulletin office.
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