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x EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. ,H.j THUH8DAY. SEPT. 9, 1909
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Maui vs., Cavalry
Now ttiat" tho Maul polo team has
arrived and the ponies arc on their
way to Lellehun, Into) est In the big
game on Saturday next U being
worked up io a great pitch.
The Mnul fmlr. Wank llnlilwln.
Harold Itive, Harfy Baldwin and David f Bnce" of Tiukomoto winning the
Fleming, aro all In town and look-, ' ' , . ., ,, . . .
Irig forWard to the big games on And- "touh the Hllo champion
Saturday and Wednesday. won lhe rac rrom Nlne M 01llB'
A special train will run to Sdio-i'0 "lo th face on Saturday will
field llarracks on Saturday, and an " different proposition. The
the fleet' will be here. It Is very 'r,uer race overilll.and down
probable that a tremendous crowd ule- and ,he Japanew. with his
will make the trip out to the polo ""' .' ana wln" wa
grounds. , abled to defeat Jackson, who Is not
The Cavalry team will be minus our Be" ,en me roan, easily.
From Big Race
On Saturday when the runners
step out on the track atHhe' Ath
letic I'ark there won't be standing
room anywhere on the grounds. And
that's no dream, either, as the Jap.
anese are greatly worked, up over the
Queckemeyer and Sheridan, two of
the best players on the Cavalry side.
However, Oronlnger has shown
what he can do on the polo Meld,
and Captain Korsythe, Hanson and
another are all good men.
The Maul team Is u very strong
one, nnd the Fifth wllf'have to play
Up to their very beat form to have
a chance of defeating the men from
the Valley. Island. No less than
fourteen ponies arrived yesterday
fioni Mnul; 4nd they are all In tip
Mop condition and suffered no III ef-
Herts from the Journey down
In the race on Saturday, the Hllo
champion will be up against some
runners who are going to cut out
the whole distance ut a very fast
clip and who will, keep the man
from the big Island guessing all the
time. ' ,
i Downey, Enos and Jackson should
nl finish .ahead of Tsukamoto, and
It, will surprise a lot of people If the
time put up by the'bunch Is not very
really good. If this runner steps
onto the track In as good condition
as he was when ho started In tho
last Marathon, the race will be his
without much trouble. Enos, who
also ran up to the ten mile mark In
great style, will, fit and wcH, be n
hard man to'beut.
Uauie little Chnrllo lias net tho
pace to win; he can finish the dis
tance with, case, and It tho others
fall by, the wayside he .may bo plac
ed. The old "Wnlalua Horse" may
be depended on to trot around lap
after lap at the' same over! gait, but
he, like Charlie, will not have 'the
necessary pace to win. ' ' "J ' ""
Cqrdclro, from Ewa, Is " a dark
horse, 'and he' may upset "the pot; iio
Is reported to be training hard for
the race, un'd his suppoiters give
him n gleat chance In the ten-mile
event.. Dul Kalty, with his long
stride, will run well If In condition;
he did well over the Murnthou dis
tance, some, months agd. Norton
anil McCandles should show up
well, anil either of them may cause
(To sum up and try to pick it In
tarce, Downey, Enos nnd Tsukamoto
should about fill the places, with
Jackson, Cordelro nnd Kahy as cock
boats. If Tsukamoto Is as good as
he Is supposed to be, then the race
la nil oyer excepting for the. paying
over of the 'stakes. Hut many such
a heralded champion has run up
against a snag1 In the course of his
career, and maybe the Hllo mnn will
"get his" on Saturday,
Since writing the above Nigel
Jackson has, been Into this office,
and has announced his final Inten
tion of not' starting In tho race on
Sn'turdayj "It. Is not a matter of
cold foot, remarked Nigel. "I feel
aa fit' as ever I did In my life, nnd
yesterday cut five miles In 31:40."
I Jackson said that tho reason he
-.would not compete ln-thosrace wns
Big League Ball
t Downey Is training hard, and ex
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Dig League ball Is catching on
O. K, urfce moie, and since the great
game of Monday when tlm St. lmU
Ulne whitewashed tho Diamond
Heads, all the talk has been centered
around n return game between tlm
two best locnl teams.
Although there will be no gnm
mi Saturday nuxt owing to thu lllg
l.engue otllclaU not wishing to
clash with tho ten-mile race nt tho
park, a line afternoon's sport will bo
seen uu tlio following Saturday,
when theio will be n doitblchcader,
with a leant from tho licet plnylnc
a combination of Puns nnd Knmx,
nnd the regular league game besides.
Tho class of ball that the Jewels
nnd Saints put up on Saturday last
was a treat In watch, nnd, as long as
that kind of game Is played tho ftl
Htre of lllg I.eagito ball Is nssurcd.
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Local and Coast
Harold Hlcv of Maul Is In (own
for the polo game. Ho brought along
his Utile llulck "White Streak,"
and Is using It around tho city.
Ueulcnant O'Connor will ' nroba
bjy be referee, nnd tie is very compe
tent to Oil th ijosltlon. The spe- poxing and baseball will be the the race should be a good one, and servo whatsoever,
ciai irain win leave me Honolulu ,, ,irin;i,ni .ri. thp win k..n that Ikwimv Ii looked unon us the
Lellehue about 2M6; the game will
The Schhumnn garage sold a lo
comobile to Frank Thompson last
week. It Is it beautiful car and Mr.
Thompson has It with hi mnn tho
tour ol Hawaii with the Congres
There will be an auction sale or
'second-hand automobiles nt the von
Hamm-Youtig garage on Saturday.
The machines to be offered aro .as
follows: Two Win ton, one llulck,
ono Hco and tvo Whttn Steamers.
All '.the cms are in good order nnd
cntiilltlr.ii, and have btvn in use, but
a short time. They will lie sold "lr i
I tho highest bidder without any re-
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On Wednesday next the Oabd 'polo
team will engage the Maul four kt'
Moanalua, and then the match of"
the season will eventuate'. , On pa
per both teams aro so evenly match
ed that It IS hard to say' how things
will go. Our .home team Is about
the strongest we have ever had, and
the men aro pluylng in excellent
form. Maul, too, ) always danger
ous, and all the players are hard
riders and clean! hitters. J1J .sure' Is
going to bo a -Very (ast ami excit
ing gnme from t lie hit-off,;. :to the
final whistle. ' ft. . '
The Oahu team 'wfji be'vthe same
as usual, viz., Olljllngham, two
Baldwins and Klemjng; they will
surprise tho Maulncse'Jfor sure.
Boxing Boom Js ' .
Well In Sight
Another boom' In boxing seems
about launched, and the chances
are that we will have' 'some first'
class matches In the -near future.
The fleet should urrlve here tomor
row, or Saturday morning, and then
the bluejackets will be Invited to
put. forward their best men to do
battle In the squared circle! With the
pick of Hawaii.
Charlie Rollly Is expected, back on
the China tomorrow, and Jack
O'Neill, a heavyweight, Is 'also said
to be coming. The former Is too
well known to need any' mention,
and, beyond, saying that ..Charlie Is
a clever little fellow and 'that he Is
always ready tomlx things with any
one about his weight, there Is noth
ing to say. ' , ,
Jack, O'Neill Is a fairly good heavy
weight, who made good la tbe;Olyra
pic boxing tournament last year. He
has been up against some' good 'men
and Is, a willing scrabperj (who
thould be able to make the best
heavies In the fleet sltup after .the
count of ten and blink with snr-.
prise. ' '
Then Frank le Smith winpTofiab'ly
also blow In tomorrow; although It
Is not too certain. Smith made,
many' friends while In Honolulu and
his matches wth Hellly will, not'
soon be forgotten. ' - ,,
Taking it all around .the pros
pects of some good boxing tourna
ments during the stay of the fleet
seem very bright. Jack Scully will
also return 'on tho China', and It Is
whlsuer5 that John has several
cchemes up his sleeve!
Yes, things are beginning to liven
up along the Dowery, nnd a'n. air of
expectancy Is noticeable around the
haunts o fthe boxing fraternity, A
week from now and the whole, Bport
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