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Who will lead the Oahu team in the polo matches against the pick of
the other islands,
Onco more the polo men will lie
nlilu to 8i-o cacli other In iii'tlnn, ami
tomorrow afternoon ut Moanalua thu
Kniiai team will k up ngalust the
I'irili Cavalry. II should Tie upline
game Iih , an' opener Jo IIhk Inter-
Wand , (erics', unit an the player
from the (innlen Inland have not
heen seen on thn field for some time,
much Interest will be shown In their
The Inter-Island polo serlerj lust
ypar attracted a large number of
spectators, and many n jouy party
Journeyed out to I.ellehua and Mih,
aimlua to watch the games. The
Maul men se,re too .stiong for the
Cavalry and O.ihit, hut tho game
between Oalm and the Fighting'
l'lfth were IntcreBtlng.
The Lellehun lineup Is about the
same, nnd It will be n treat to see
Captain Forsjth once more In the
HEN GEllllK INTO
BEST POSSIBLE FORM
It remains to be seen, however, how
they foot It with the Maul ponies,
whlrh tiro Just about as good as ran
be seen anywhere. I
The Oahu men are well supplied
with mounts, and the way that Wnl-
ter Dillingham and his tenm wll. .
rnio the ball back and forth oer "eaiam Beniors ana iretnmen Are
the field will surprise nil those who Ha at Work Great Doings on
have not seen the Honolulu men In (September 17.
Sam Dubinin Is plnlng with
great dash this ear, and he wll!
irobably do as much. If not more.
Down nt the llealanl lloat Club
yesterday afternoon all was bustle
and excitement. The training for
scoring than at.) other Individual on tho reKnUn BtrfJ "' earl1,0, an'
,i, ,.. t..,.. ti. ww f it.. over I"n of the men who woul!
same Ilk Is also feeling good, so the I"" "Vl V" ?" '."J "Z "." Z
prospects of the O.ihu men doing
tember IT got Into their bo-its ami
fore of the game. The gallant cap
tain Is a grent favorite with every
one, anil the way the men of liU
command pats lemarks around the
side' Hues wll lie tho. captAIn Is play
Iny tliows how popular Forsyth Is
with them all.
The Kauai team Is more or less
of an unknown quantity, and It re
mains to be ruen how the lllcc fam
ily will sta-k up against the other
teams. One thing Is sure, ami that
Is that the (laiden Island represen
tnthes hne it flue lot of pooler,
whl h are fast and reliable enough
The mount Is the principal thin
In polo, and many a game has bee.i
lost through a half-bruken pony get
ting away with Its rider during the
excitement of the play. The ponies
from Kauai are clever, well-broken
animals, nnd they also liao pace
well In the Series appear to be ! "" I
lirltrht I uiirse mm nun mint? umj (
Walter and Harold Dillingham nra '"V. "u "7" '""''"" "
In the game, ami the ntst-nained can "'" " u '"' " '"
be relied upon to play his usual bill- ln, ih wa,er, l,,r w,'k? ,'"""
llant game. Ills brother. Harold, did '" ,Th greatest Interest Is be ng
not play poh, Inst Jear, hut In for- k '" the coming regatta, and tin
mer years he did some line work on ''""' "u determined to give tin.
the fields. He Is expected to show s,Jr'' Kr,'at f"r '"' 1",n''rH'
up prominently In the u.mlng e , ""-rday among those who wero
rles. and If so. Oahu .will have to ,low" l ",0 boatshed were Sumner,
be seriously tunsldeiell In every Cameron. C. Ilrown. Sonny
game they play with the champion C."n,,a;,J'f Kom"l!?ft'f "",' "!""
Jlaul bun li I llerl ",'llur,"1. "I" James and A.
Kor .Maul. Trank llaldwln will, of Mn-- , A" "" me took to train
course, be the star plajer. and tho;1"" llke a cn to chickens and, for
a buiiivi, miry uunt.u vuu viiihik1'
The freshman crew Is also coming
nlong all right, and quite a number
of )oung fellows are going strong In
the rowing Hue. The Healanls
should put up a grent light against
the Myrtles with the pick of the
following bunch: D. Gall. II. Leinke,
Hob Thomas, Mayne, (Irace, Scroggy,
James, llrodejlrk ,1'. Hesse, Sclirou
ler, Wllmore, St. John and Hurtling.
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THE MEAT WE ARE SELLING JUST NOW WAS RAISED
ON PARKER'S RANCH, ONE OF THE HIGHER-UP
RANCHES ON THE ISLANDS. THE MEAT IS SUPERIOR.
W. F. HEILBRON, Proprietor
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v t' bh 1 bL RB iBBBWnWisssssssl
a he takes a chance when hoot:
lug the ball from under an opposing
player's horse Is a treat to see. Thn
captain of the Valley Island four Is
a brilliant player, and he Is alwayi
mounted In a way that Is the envy
of eery other polo player.
The first match starts tomorrow
at Moanalua, and by 4 o'clock there
should he a big crowd present to
watch the game. The Kauai men
have been down looking over thu
Held, and their ponies are all stn
bled thorw. Quite a number of void
ponies are at Moanalua now, and the
scene every afternoon Is an animate)
one as the small beauties are belm;
The Maul team will arrive within
n couple of days, and they will at
once get their mounts out to Moana
lua In preparation for the game on
August 20 against Kauai. Frank
and Harry llaldwln, Harold Hire and
David Fleming will be the Maul
four, nod a fine lot of players tliev
l-'rom nil Indications, Maul will
not have such an easy thing this
year, and Oahu, Kauai mid the l-litn
Cavalry are romldered to have a
good rliam-i) against the hamplon
of last jear.
n a u
DOTS AND DASHES,
Joe Forrest has accepted the chal.
lenge of Jtex Kvans to a mile skat
ing rn-e, and the nlfalr will h
'ought off at the I'riniess rink on
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DR. BALDWIN. SAM BALDWIN.
A brilliant player, who will surprise . . . .
the opposing team when it "T ,a" Jim "" '""' Kua" """
comes to riding off. p'.ayed a brilliant game for Oahu.
This evening nt Fort Shatter tho
basketball match between the Y, M
J, A unit the soldiers will take place,
mil a good, tight game Is expelled.
The foreign office at llerlln. (ler
many, Instructed the (lei man em
bassy at Constantinople to demand
in explanation from the Turkish gov.
remnnet of the shooting of a Herman
wliject by three natives, near Haifa,
The Torlo Itlcan. liar Association
leld memorial services at San Juan
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HAS ON (UP
Atherton Beat R. A. Cooke Three
Sets Out of Five and Now Has
Two Leg In- x .'
Yesterday afternoon Atherton Itlch
ards got his nauie for the second
time on the Wall Cup trophy, and
he now shales the honor with (lee
and Warren, As the two former
winners have left Hawaii, Ulchards
has every tlianie of capturing tha
cup for the thlid and last time. H
defeated It. A Cooke jesterday aft
ernoon on I ho lleretniila courts,
three sets out of five, and the score
was , 3-C. 2-(i, C-'J, CI.
The match was a peculiar one, and
much reversal of form was shown
To win thn first set to four games,
then lose two sets to three and twa
ifnmes, respectively, and then take
'he next two sets to two games and
one. Is - funny stunt, and It can
onlj; be explained' by the fact that
Ulchards an last for a week and
'hat he Is Just as cool at the finish
of n five-set match as the ordinary
man Is nt the finish of one set.
The semi-final matih between
1'hcodore Ulchards and Cooke did not
(nke place, and the Dual stage was
entered nt once. There were many
ipectntors, and the long rallies that
took place at times called for much
n tt ::
DOTS .AND DASHES.
There Is some talk of the J. A. C
baseball nine having a go at the
All-Mllltaily team next Sunday at
the Athletic Park. The Waned as
have finished up their series nnd left
for Hllo this morning. It Is thought
that some such game as suggested
would draw a crowd to the park.
This afternoon at 4 o'clock the
Military AthloMe Association will
hold n meeting nt the llungalow and
matters referring to the series ol
halPgames that Is to start up next
Saturday will be discussed.
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There will bi a meeting of the
Oahu leaguo on Thursday night ilnd
everal matters will be discussed. Tho
.imposed J. A. C.-All-Mllltary gam4
may be talked ovor, nnd some ar
rangement come to,
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The Honolulu team of tennis men
Is ready to start for Maul on Friday
evening, and a jolly time Is looked
forward to at the big mill.
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