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EVENING IIUU.1:TIN.N HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY. AIM. IS. 1910.
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KAUAI DEFEATS OAMJ TEAM
AFTER EXCITING POLO GAME
GARDEN ISLAND PLAYERS HAVE BETTER MOUNTS HONOLULU
LED IN EARLIER STAOES OF GAME BRILLIANT PLAY BY
No. 1 Dr. Baldwin. I
No. 2 Sam Baldwin.
No. 3 Walter Dillingham.
No. 4 Harold Dillingham. I
Umpire Captain Forsyth.
Timers C. W. Dccring, J.
No. 1 Arthur Rice.
No 2 Malina.
No. 3 Charles Rice,
Ho. M Phillip Rice.
A. Rath, R. W. Atkinson.
Eight periods of seven and one-half minutes were played, and
the final score was: Kauai, G3gcals; Onhu, 5Vi goals. One foul
was given against Oahu, and one safety against Kauai. The score
at half time was 4 to 3 in favor of Oahu. In the sixth period
Oahu was leading by G to 3, but after that Knuai scored heavily.
"There a cino cliimro for Oiilm,"
leiuurkctl u wvll known follower of
polo mi Saturday at .Moatuiliin, "IT tho
homo tr.un ran pile up seven or eight
goalB In tlio II rut six periods, ami then
hold lliolr own for (lie hnlatuo of the
gamo Honolulu will win Tin- O.ilm
men hao not pot enough ponies and
It will ha In the Inst few pel bids Unit
tlio Itiro combination will make the
uco too flint."
That was tlio right dope for Burr '
and t ho rcHiilt showed that tlio rx
pert wan correct. Oahu led by foil,
goals to three at tlio end of the foitrtl
period and, after Hie half lime rem
had been enjoyed, they mme out do
termlncd to add to their lead The
did bo and booh wcio six goals to
Kauai's three. Things looked falrl)
well for Oahu, althoimli ocrjoni
know how serious ulT.iIrs wore iih ro
for a while tlio OahuaiiH held theli
own hut tlio Kauai bo)s attaeked
fiercely In tlio socnth and scored two
goals. Oahu wan penallcd for a foul,
and I ho scorn stood at li'j to fi Oahu
leads. Then Kauai addid two goals
morn and having heen penalised a
ipiarter for a" safety tlio llnul score
stood iih follows: Kauai G goals;
O.tlui B'4 goals.
Tho play was wry fast light
through and there wero many excit
ing moments. At llrst thero wen
many misses mailo and the players
did not seem nblo to get hold of tlio
llnwocr, when ". mlnuteg and IS
sctonds had expired, tho Oaliuaiis did
soma lino passing and riding off and
Or Ihitdulii Iln.it ly scored.
In tho seeoml period theio was
Home lino play and tho hall was kept
gnlng up and down tho Held. A series
of beautiful backhanders by the two
Dilllnghiims and Dr. Ilatdwln woro
finally blocked by Arthur Hire, who
shot n beautiful goal and tied the
seoro after l.r- of play Malina then
drmo a pencil down towards tho
Oahu citadel and followed iii at a
great paco. Walter Dllllngbi'iu wont
for the Kauai player like a t'w and
rodn him olT In In style
The sphere was centered ty Walter
Dillingham and then Ham ti'dwlu
cnnio along at racing paee and hilling
clean and true shot the ball through
oho second befoin the bell mt for
time It was a close thing hut It
meant a lot for Oahu If tho ball
had not actually crossed the lli.o ho
tween the posts before tho bell found
ed, tlio goal would not have i runted
as the ball would have been d.'ad
oven if only an Inch from the I'nc
Boon after tlm beginning l the
third peiloil rimrllo Hlco r'lot for
WELL IN SERIES
ALL-MILITARY AND N. G. H.
TEAMS GO DOWN IN DEFEAT
Johnnie Williams Puts One Over the
Fence and Makes Three Runs
"Haolc" Sumner Hits Well, as
goal and Just missed It was a eacl
of a try, and a lot of people tor u
moment Imagined that Kauai h.u
ccored Malina Mien took a 'mud au
ho would hao scored only for Walter
Dillingham, who cleared, 'ml sent
the hall to the side board 1)1 Itald
win did a good run and, then In turn
lug, eaiiio down heavily; he was not
hurt beyond scratching bis elbow
Mai Ilia did some good wiiik ahou'
'Ills time and It was duo to his pass
'ng that Philip Itlco scored wlen I
nlnutes 21 seconds bad elapsed Whet
'he bell went the ball was again close
:o the Oahu line.
In the lourth period llaioM l-'liiig-'lam
came Into his own aid rrom that
time on ho played tho star game ot
the eight men. He wascierwhcre
and scuncil abtu In hit thtrliil Hi an)
lime Ho rode In desperate f- ihlon
and time after time bo wasch(orcd
foi his brilliant play Or llaldwln
was also doing good work 'in 'act
tlio Oahu men were playing the game
of their llwK. Aller four minutes and
thirteen seconds play tho doctor made
tho longest ilrlvu seen for many a
day and tho ball shot through the
posts. It was a brilliant bit of play
and well deserted tho applause It
The Kaualans wero not to he dented,
lumpier, and after soma good passing
by the Hire brothers and somo line
work by Malina, Cluirllo Hlco got an
angle hit for goal and scored Then
when only half a minute lemalned to
bo played Walter Dillingham put in
one of his old-tliiie dashing runs and
hit a goal
Ilcforo tho fifth period had gone
half a mlniito tho Oahu boys stored
and the way Harold Dillingham was
plajlng was a treat to see. When six
minutes had slipped by .Waller Dil
lingham look a lino pass from Harold
and scored. Tho score was now 6 to 3
in favor of Oahu.
It was In tlm sixth that Dr. llald
wln blocked a certain seoro of K:i ' il
and ho was cheered for tho work ho
did. I'hlllp ltlco was le'.illed with a
safety anil a foul was given agaln.it
Harold Dillingham A .combined r u
of Kauai ended In the ball striking tl.u
Oahu goal post, but tho doetor saved
Then, with only ten bcrondg to go,
Kauai scored a goal
Tho seventh period was a ery
fierce one and Kauai kept running the
Oahu ponies off their feet. Tho Oahu
men did their best but Kauai was not
to he denied At three minutes Kntllll
scored and tho Oiiiilrn Island rooterH
got busy. It was heen that i'.ii finish
would bo very closo and all Honolulu
was hoping for tho best
Tho eighth and Inst period wiu a
On Saturday nftcrnoou at the league
loiiiidH the new "Hlg" league started
ipcratlons, ami two games In tho se
lls wero ibi)iil Them wns not much
f an ntlcndaiHo. but the fans who
vero prestnt did somo lino moling
lining tin nfternooa. The llrst game
vas between tho St l.ouls College
Miinuil team and an All Military one;
bo Halms won iut by a seoro of 7 to
'. Tho second game was put up by
he Marines and National (liiards, and
the half-wets won b n score of 0 to G.
Tin- Saints phi)od real good ball.
lid they showed that they nro there
villi the goods every time when It
oines to pla)lag classy ball. Harney'
In) wore the big mitt for tho Saints,
mil ho did good work; everyone Is
mi used to seeing Harney either plUh
r uniplie a game, that tho big fel
low looked strange behind tho pinto
.lohntilo Williams pitched a great
game and besides striking out eleven
'lien hit 'n homo run that brought In
four runs. John got a hall on the uosq
Hid It sailed oer tho left field fenci
mil the procession trotloil homo. It
was a peach of n hit, and tho fans
wero frantic when It was seen that tho
'mil would Just drop over tho fence
Hell mid Itohlnson formed the bat-
'ery for tho Military team, and tho
foinier struck out Iho men The sol
dlers soiled In the llrst lulling and
main In Hie sixth , They then led
In a score of two to nil and tho Saints
supmrters looked blue llowcer, In
the second half of the sixth tho Saints
made two runs and tied the score,
then In tho clghlh the St. liuls ng
giegnlloii piled up no less than five
runs Tour off Williams' homo run
mil the soldiers could do nothing in
t: :: :t :: :: :: :t :: u ix r. n :: n n t: u
(orkor and for a while It lou'ied as if
Oahu might ovcrcomo tho leal of a
ipiarter that tlm Kaualans heel The
score was Kauai r.-"i. Oahu ', unit
Die excitement was Intent". Hut
Arthur Hlco settled tho nuvttor by
scoring another goal and shortly af
terward thu bell went for Ihu last
(I rent ('nine.
It was a most exciting game nnd
one that will bo rcmember-d for a
long time to come
"When (Jreek meets (ircok' can be
applied to tlm match selio luled for
next Saturday and tho go between
Maui and Kauai should draw i mons
ter crowd of people, who lu.v to sco
tho best game of all
Thero was u big gathering of au
tomobiles and rigs of all sorts at Mo
aiialua on Saturday, and tin game
was watched with great Inleiest The
crowd along thn sldo Hues wi.s most
enthusiastic and every bit of g ml play
was cheered. Honolulu pen, do were,
disappointed that Oahu lost, but tho
margin was so small thai tho loial
people feel thut tlm homo learn ran
turn tlm tables next tlmu the teams
their ninth Tho Saints did fine work
nnd nie to bo congratulated on thtlr
re-eutr) Into the baseball arena.
The first game was a close
mid right up till the Inst half o
ninth theauaids had It b a tall)
u to 4. Then tho Marines scored tw i
men, nnd It was curtains for the
Hoards ttlbson am! Sinclair formed
Iho battery for tho Marines, and thev
Just pulled through h) n narrow inai
gin. Hums nnd Sumner ncted us
pitcher nnd catcher for the (iiinrds
and "llaole" was as good as cut He
lilt a three bagger during tho ginr
nnd also walloped out a two sae'er.
(hero Is no doubt that Sumner Is a
great hitter, and ho seems to do his
best when nu cmergenc) arises
official scores of Imth games follow
,f my 1 0 n 0 0 1 n 0 0 2
St. Umli 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 5 7
Summary Homo run, John Wll-
Hams; three-base lilts, Woltcrs, (Jon
gol; sncrlflco hits, lemn, Houloii: stol.
en buses, Chlllliigworth. Hrium, til roll :
double piny. Wolters to Daly; struck
out. b) Williams II. by Hell 5. bas
on balls. Williams I; lilt b) pitcher.
National (lu.ird. 1 1 0 n I 0 1 I n r,
Marines 0 2 0 n (l 0 0 2 2
Threo-baso hit, Sunnier; twoliis
hits. Sumner, Slorp; sacrifice lilts
Haves, Davis, Slorp; stolen Inses.
Davis, Sloip, Hlco 2; struck out. Ii)
(Hbson I. by Hums 3; base on balls.
off Hums 2; wild pitches. Hiirns 2,
passed balls, Sunnier 1. Sinclair t:
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Do Mcllo, tho llllo boxer, win
knocked out In tho ninth round b
Madison, tho Honolulu bo Tlio
light took pinto on Saturday night'
In tho Armory at llllo, and wan i
llerco go from start to finish. Al.
Wilson was running tho show, and
ho had n good huiiso. Tho llllo man
wns favorite, but somo of tho wiso
brlgndo pinned their nmnej nu
faith on Madison.
Itlght In the llrst round Madison
showed that ho had It over Do Mcllo.
and before the end of tho sixth round
expects saw that tho llllo man was MOlFI TV THFATFD
going Iti get 'lis, unless he landed a llUVLLI 1 1 llLilLI
lucky puiu 'i that would bring homo
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Madlfon will bo coming back to u ... ... .... ""
Honolulu on Wodncsd.i) next, mill JCR WlSG & KltlV MUtOn
his manager, I'at Don.ihu, Klnlc-i j
that Madison will be willing to meet llvlunilng I'rom Burt e.wf ill Tour "'
Joe Mitliirn It tho latter will make Australia and New Zealand
I ID ii-ftit twl u fl n itul ii ft Wfi It I Id ti I fin II ' h .
lie niiitnin iiiii-iiiu, 1 ii in 1 u
also got a match If ho withes, and.
In fact, Madison will light ati)boilv
about his own weight.
Thero Is a probability that. 1)1 I,
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din, which arrives tomorrow from .
Australia, and, In that tase, Madison I ,77711.1? "TT ......
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Impression when ho wab last in Ho
Evans Was Nearly Lap Behind at
End of Mile Raic Rip; Crowd
UiBt night at tho Princess rink the
much lalktd of mllo skating lace be
tween Joo Forrest and I'm Kvans
took place. Joe won by almost a lap.
and llwins had no thiinte with the
present Honolulu champion Tho
time was slow as It look Onto min
utes and seventeen tecomh lo covci
There wero lovcnieon anil a r.uar
tor laps to the mllo and right at the
start Torrent went tiff with the kail.
Ah soon as he had tested IIviiiih'
spcod, Joo fell back a 111 tin and 'hen
much to everybody's surprise, fell He,
however, got going again In quick
order, and then ha I an easy 'lino
skating behind Hrnus, who ni nut
going at all) kind of a pace
At ten laps I'or rest quickened up
and began to draw away fiom Kvims;
Joe soon cstHbllshcd.it good bad. and
at tho sixteenth lap was tluee quart
ers of a lap ahead Tiii champion
sprinted In the last round and nearly
mcrlnpped Kvans, w"io did nnt pe up
a tlecent paco during the ovont.
Theie was a hlg crowd pie.ienl nt
the rink nnd many tailors eu to be
seen under wa) on the skates The
uffalr wiii a suct'oas hut I'urrpgt Is
too good for thu other min and Hint
was till thero was to t.
DOTS AND DASHES.
Crank Mnnir Kllvn nt III, llnnnliilt,
I run Works, Issues n ehallouge to Hex
llians, tho lleno skater, for any dl
tuncn from one In flvo miles fillva
Is willing to Blake something worth
winning on his cliante.i of defeating
Kvans. Sllva wants thrte wfckSTo
train, and tht-n says hn will ho,prp
pared to wipe tlm rciifnl Hour with
tho man whom Correal defeated on
Sunday night t:lta also olatea his
wllllignostH ii iiiui Korresl on 'the
same terms, ro thero may bo some
thing doing in a shoit tlu.e In the,
At the Athletic I'ark joaterday nf
temoou thu Oahu Juniora bad a gam?
of ball and, niter an uninteresting
struggle, the C A C Juiilma defeat"
ed iho I'n'ituia Juniors by n score of
The "riser hunch of ball swatters
got theirs good und hard from the tft.
Uiuls College No. 2 Alumni team )cs
(eld.ij, ami the si on wim tl li (J,
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