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KAUAI WINS SPLENDID GAME
, OF POLO FROM CAVALRY, 8 TO 4
"One of tho liost and most oxrlt-ifoot of the other mounts, ami Lieu
Ing games of polo ever played here." tenant Sheridan nnil Captain Stew-
wiiH tlic remark made liy a man who art liad a hard Job ut time to keen
hits Keen every match played at Mo, up with the llerter ones. I.leuteii
anahia and l.ellelina. And that 'ant Hamuli's little hlack mount,
statement must he harked up hy all I which is culled Mill, allowed great
those who had the good fortune jes-1 Iloi, and theio wn nothing on the
terday to see the Kanal po.o team i Held that unild head It on(e a good
defeat the Fifth Cavalry hy a h ore I run was started.
f to 1. The Stars..
It wan slashing runt polo from thf Of the Individual playois It Is
very stall, and the poulett and metihatd lo sa) who played the slur
got going ut their top speed fiout j gume, hut inn li ei edit mint be Riven
the moment the hall wan thrown Into I to Lieutenant lluiikuti, who (erlulii
play and kept It up till the Duality did some wonderful work fur Ills
dlngdong of the King.
It was an Ideal day for polo, ami
a big cruwd, considering it wan .1
week day, turned up at Moanalua.
Automobiles, surreys, tallyhos and
all kinds of rlga wero In evidence
Tho Hawaiian band was stationed at
the niauka end of tho Hold and dur
ing the afternoon played some lively
airs. The hills surrounding tho nat
ural amphitheater at Moanalua were
crowded with people who had come
out on foot, and the scene was a
beautiful one when the silk-Jacketed
plnjers rode onto the Held for the
The "saddling paddock" was a
lively scene for an hour or so before
tho game started, and a large string
side. Ils spectacular run, just one
minute before time was called for
Two doctors were quickly on the
eue, but In a few minutes like de
ciared that he was nil right and, re
mounting his pony, resumed his po
sition with the team.
At another stage of the game Lieu
tenant Sheridan came down hard
owing to his stirrups giving way.
He, however, quickly remounted and
went on his way. Then Lieutenant
Hanson had what looked like n bad
fall fur a minute or so. Ills pony,
In making a sharp turn, came down
with li 1 in and. rolling over, seemed
to have crushed the lieutenant's legs.
He climbed to his feet quickly and,
the pony having been caught, was
soon In the, game again.
Mullna came off right at the start
of the game, but he was not hurt
at all. He quickly remounted and
then started up n series of plays that
astonished the spectators.
There were eight periods of seven
and one-half minutes each played,
and no time was taken out. 11. W.
Atkinson, C. V. Deerlng and I. ten
th e end of the last Period, was a
dandy, and "the cheers he got as h,. tenant Harnard were the tlmekeep
shot the ball through weje well de , er. n"l they sat at a table on tho
served. Hanson Is a dashing plav-'lue of 'ho field,
er, and he has improved wonderfully I The press was accommodated with
during the last year. That he Isi" surrey In which to go out to tho
game goes without saying, and the Uame. The horse was O. K. when
way he climbed onto his hoise and he did not sit down for n rest, but
lesumcd the game after the animal
had fallen and rolled ocr htm,
shows what he Is made of.
Hanson rode hard, lilt hard and
felt haid It wub all the same to htm
and If any one man Is entitled tj
a little more praise than any of tho
others. It Is the gallant lieutenant
who should got It.
Mullna played a dashing game,
and seemed to be all over the Held.
of pontes paruded up und down It, jTime after time lie broke away with
charge of their boys. The Kauai
contingent looked remarkably well,
and the small mounts seemed to bo
aware of tho attention they attract
ed. Arthur Itlce had four ponies'
ready for action, and their names
were Ilutlerlly, Akbar, Adelaide and
the ball and then, riding in l-'runk
lluldwiu style, churged down the
field with the ball at the pony's
feet. Mullnu Is certainly a dure
ileVII rider, and he did somo remark
nble work yesterday.
The Kite brulheis nil played well
Nellie. The first-named Is a fiiiinn' Charlie piled up no less than
looking bay filly, and she ticts Ilk')
a perfect lady on the Meld. Akbar
Is n beautiful gray-gelding, and he
possesses remarkable pace; the pony
Is lis quick as a cat on his feet and
Is Just tho right height for polo. The
other two of Arthur Illce's Btrlng are
also speedy, and, altogether, he has
n line quartet of polo mounts.
Charlie Illce had Kealohn, Nil
ban and Violet out, and the three
are good specimens of polo ponies.
Kealoha Is a. sorrel filly, and she U
quick after the hall all tho time.
Nllhau and Violet are buckskins and
both show signs of careful training.
Phillip Illce had a string or four,
and l'oulmul seemed to loom up as
the best of tho hunch. lllam-he.
Knkuluul und Heuluu! were also used
by I'lillllp. und they did good work.
Mullna, the Hawaiian player, had
Koyal, Taro, Ladylove and Olga In
(limiiilssloii. The drat. named is a
three goals. Iletween them, the illce
boys scoied six of the eight goals
made by the Kauai team.
Cavalry Penalized One Goal.
(1. 1'. J mid acted us uiuplro, and
ho twice declared that the Cavalry
fouled. The Lellehua men actually
scored five goats to their opponents'
bfght, blt tvti fouls reduced tho
Cavalry scoie to four.
Ten seconds before the gong went
for the last time. Captain Forsyth
broke away with the ball and, do
ing a magnificent run dowu tho Held,
hud gotten to within a few yards of
the goal, where a score was certain
when the dual call of time was sig
naled. Jt was hard luck for the Cuv
airy, as another goal would have
made their bcore look much better.
There were four rather nasty falls
during the giiine, and the one In
which Churltu Illce was concerned
powerful-looking hay gelding mid j seemed ut first to bo a serious .one.
has some snood. The animal, how- There was n nilxiin u short distance
ever, is hardly a polo pony, and Ma.1 in front of the muuka goalposts, und 'of the lllces, tried for goul. The
the coneyunce Itself had seen bet
ter days. One tire had several miss
ing hits of rubber, and there were
doubts iib to whether the rig would
hold together till the newspaper men
rea bed Moanalua. However, the
hunch got out to the polo safe, an 1
coming back took their time about
First I'erlod After lour minutes
of exciting pluy, during wIiIli the
nan iruvuicu up and uown-me nuici
Lieutenant Hherl-'. hooked tho
sphere out of a scrliiiii.age and, mak
ing a good drive down tho Held, fol
lowed up nil'! hit n beautiful goal
which brought cheers from the spec
tators. Then one minute and forty
recouds later, Arthur Illce took a
pass from Manila and scored for in-
'ual. At the end of the llrst period
the score was tied with one goal
Sciuml i'erlod The second period
wns under way 'two minutes und
forty-two seconds when Mullna made
a Hue run dowu and looked like scor
ing till Hanson rode hliu off. Char
He Illce, lion ever, wns following up,
und he scored with a peach of a
hit. Then Haiimjii took a hand, rid
ing In Hue uililou, utid took the
hull down towards the Kauai goal
and tried for u score. The ball Just
mlshed the posts, und from the hit
out Mallnu and like again did good
work und I'lillllp dually scored when
live minutes und llfty-four seconds of
the period were pan.
Third I'erlod Mullna wub con
spinous again und he made a line
run down the Held und, although
hard pressed, scored with a beauti
ful drive. Then Hanson got going
in style, and after feuding off two
then Hire came lushing out of tho
Una did better work on his gray
The Cavalry team did not have
uk many ponies as the Kauai players, l dan nnil when a
und the Lellehua mounts hud to do
u lot of work. Captain Korsyth rode
the same horses ob he did right
through tho practise gamcB, and real
B-rlmmnge. He was overbalanced
through some causethe umpire lift
erwaids gave a foul ugalnst Shorl-
few yards away
ball struck one of the posts und re
bounded, but Hanson sent It through
ut the second attempt. Mullna again
distinguished himself und nearly
scored for Kauai. The ball went"be
from the ruck he toppled out of tho I hind, and utter the lilt-nut Churl'o
saddle und lit square on top of his III e managed to add one moio to
head. Ills body was balanced there the Kauai total.
for a set nnil or tvo, und then he Fourth I'erlod--Shortly after the
good work they did, too, Lleuten- rolled over In a most peculiar post-, beginning of play Charlie Hlco wns
uut Hanson made a deal of use ot
his beautiful black, and the way
that animal has taken to tho gume
Ib wonderful. With one or two ox-
eptlous the Kauai ponies had the then rolled over again.
Hon, At Hist It wns thought that! thrown from his horse, us related
Illce hud broken his neck, but by elsewhere. Mnliim stirred tilings up
the time people had started to run us soon us pluy was resumed, and
towards him. he half stood up and I'lillllp Illce backed him up won
'Captain Forsyth did good work, and
n k it n u n i! u it n ii n u ii
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for a tlmo It looked ns If the Cav
alry were going to do much better
than they had been to fur in the
game. Hanson made a beautiful
backhander aud nearly scored for the
Cuvulry. Shortly ufterwurds lue
sume plajer scoied, and the horns
of the autos sounded long und loud.
Fifth I'erlod Forsyth got going
properly, nud wound up a good run
Jiy playing a beautiful backhander
to (euterlleld, where Sheridan got
hold and looked like scoring. Ar
thur Itlce, however, blocked, and then
Mullna hooked the ball out nud
sturted another good run which end
ed up with his i or lug, after two
minutes thirty-six seconds of pluy.
Then I'lillllp Itlce enme along with
n wet sheet ami soaked another goal
for tho fiarden Island. A goal was
scored by the Cuvulry after Boven
minutes thirteen seconds of pluy, aud
It was Lieutenant Sheridan who did
the good work. Three goals In one
period was gtlng some, unit the men
and ponies looked fagged at the end
of the play.
Sixth I'erlod There wns some
fierce pluy during this spasm and
the plajers were extended ull the
time. The ball was rushed from one
end of the Held to the other, nud
some Hue rldlng-off was done by both
tennis. Finally, toward tho end of
the period, Arthur Illce hit for goal
und the ball Just had enough pace
on It to creep between the posts.
Seventh I'erlod Twenty seeondi
nfter the lilt-off. Lieutenant Hanson
hud a spill and the game was de
layed for a short time. On renew
ing, fallnu again rnme to the fore,
riding hard, and looked like scoring
ut one time. Stewnrt und Forsyth,
however, blo'ked well, und then
Sherlduu hud n try for a backhand
er which udvunced the ball some dis
tance. Then there wero a lot of
s rlmmages In tho centorHeld and
tho gong went without either side
Klghth I'erlod There wns no
Bcorlug done In this period for five
minutes und thirty-three seconds ot
pluy. Then Hanson made the run
of the day, and although tackled h
two of the Illce boys, he held Ills
pwii striHgl1? -down the Held' and
scored a most brilliant goal. Then
Just before the game ended, Captain
Forsyth did his best stunt und would
huvo scored only for the hell going.
The gume was a beauty, and when
Kami! moots Maul there Is going to
he something doing for sure nu tho
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