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OAHU TOO STRONG
HONOLULU MEN TLAY FAST, BRILLIANT GAME. AND SCORE AL
MOST AS THEY WISH WALTER DILLINOHAM AND LIEUT.
HANSON STAR PLAYERS.
No. 1Dj-, Baldwin.
No. 2 Sam Baldwin.
No. 3 Walter Dillingham.
No. 4 Harold Dillingham.
R. W. Atkinson.
Eight periods of seven and one-half minutes were played, and Oahu
won by a srorc of 16 points to 2'a. In the seventh period Lieuten
ant Barnard relieved Captain Stewart, and in the eighth period Bar
nard took Captain Forsyth's place, with Stewart still in the game.
Oahu hit Oghtccn goals in all, and to that lotal Walter Dilling.
ham contributed nine, Harold Dillingham two, Sam Baldwin five, and
Dr. Baldwin two. Two fouls and one safety reduced the Oahu score to
The Cavalry made three goals, Lieutenant Hanson scoring twice
and Captain Stewart once. One foul was registered against the Cavalry,
and their total then was 2'2.
"Waller Ik plajlug liellcr thnn ho would generally tnke tlio sphere mid
hn for three years," remarked Frank 'iilinot It In renter, whero Wnltcr
Baldwin j estci itay afternoon at Mo
analua, Just after the Honolulu
champion polo player had hit a goal
from an almost Impossible angle.
"Vch," continued the Maul expert,
"Walter and the rest of the Oahu
team nro playing n stronger gamo
than ever. Still, I can not under
stand tho way tho Cavalry uro play
ing today; they did far better last
tlmo they were In action."
And all those remarks wcro cor
rect; Wnltcr showed that ho Is tho
real thing at polo, and ho was espo
dally strong on his long drives. Ills
backhanders wcro pourhes, and ha
scored Hcvoral of his goals with that
stroke. He seemed nblo to hit tho
hall In any old position, and wheth
er tho sphere, was stationary, (lying
along tho turf, or even In midair,
Walter nimle connections every time.
Perhaps tho best shot for goal
ever mado at Moanalua was that
which Walter mado at tho m.iuka
end of the ground In the fifth pe
riod. Tho ball had heen brought
right down tho field by tho Oahu
men, hut was shot out toward tho
sideboard on the guUh side, almost
on tho back lino. From tho post
Hon Walter was In ho could only
possibly see n streak of da light ho
tween tho goalposts. He. however,
Just aB coolly as It ho wore playing
sluit at croquet, took aim as four
hard-riding Cavalry men wero rush
ing down on him, and, hitting clean
and hard, put the ball between tho
poBtB. Tho crowd along tho Bide,
lines was astonished, and It was not
for ten Beconds. afterwards that they
remombercd to cheer. , "Gee! Hut
that was a peach! ".cried Doo Kits
gerald, who was on tho sidelines;
"why, It's like playing billiards,?'
Sam Haldwlh also covered himself
with glory, and he roilo In his usual
determined fnshjon. Ills hitting was
crisp and hard, and ho pulled his
team out of several tight places by
hooking thq hall In oxcollcnt fash
ion. VVhoncver Sam got onto tho
hall thcro was sotneHiIng doing for
a while, and then Will llaldwln
That one drink at our bar "goes
better" than TWO anywhere else.
There's a reason why
It's The Fashion"
The Two Jacks.
No, 1 Lieutenant Sheridan.
No. 2 Lieutenant Hanson.
No, 3 Captain Forsyth.
No. 4 Captain .Stewart.
would nc ready to sniutK it a row
hundred feet or so ;und srorc. It
was. team work that gao tho vic
tory to tho Oahu hunch, and they
well deserved tho laurels,
Harold Dillingham had not to
exert hlqsselt so much jcstcrilajr. as
brother Walter did as he liked with
the hall. Still, just to show that
ho could hit a ,goal or 'two, Harold
did so In his usual finished style.
Tho doctor also scored a couple, nnd
when he really gets going properly.
It Is n treat to bee him rldo some
Whiter did some locly work yes
tcrday, and tho way ho would hit
and then raco after tho ball, keep
ing six orclght feet to tho left of
It, wus n treat. Up would come a
Cavalry plncr Intent on riding Wat
tor off, and tho latter wouU strain
and lean over till tho reprontatlvo
of the Fifth thought ho had Hie Oahu
man right across and nut of reach o(
tho hall. Then, ut tlio ci It lea I mo
ment, Walter would throw il ii-n
over it few feet and take a Unci)
swipo at the hall, which all the tlmo
was just In tho osltlon that was
required; tho I.cllchua man had
boon bluffed Into tho Idea that when
ho worked Wnltcr oor he would ''0
out of tho running, but theru Is
nothing Ilka that In the Honolulu
man's piny, and tho scheme, com
bined with real hard riding, work
ed O. K.
Although Ljeutennnt IIiiimm did
not score, as many goals at Wultcr
Dillingham, he was surely a rival
for tho honors of tho day. Tho
Catalry plajer simply excelled him
nelf, and he was here, there and nil
over tho field. His playing was
brilliant to tho extreme, and he
showed better form than he. hits over
dono before. Ho seemed to get the
ball any old time, nnd tho way ha
would circle around n huii"li of
struggling horses and then slip In
and, with a backhander, ranter thn
hall, wns marvelous. Ho rolo the
hardest gamo of tho day, and pwr
llltlc Mill, his mount, wax ridden tol XI
n stnndslll nt the end or one period, '8
Hanson did not get nil tho sup-jH
port, that might havo been accorded
lilml tlio rest oC tho l.ellohun men
did not seem able to get Into tho
game properly Captain ForByth
was suffering from nn Injured leg
nnd ho did not show his usual dash.
Lieutenant Sheridan did homo good
Individual work, as did Captain
Htcwart, hut what Is wanted Is team
unrk ntlil Hint wnn inlHHlnr. Hllll.
tonsldcrlng the fuel that Walter
Dillingham was right on tho Job
and everjone knows what that means
tho Cavalry did ns well ns they
poaMbly -could under tho clreunf-
There were no actldenls worth
mentioning, but several minor mis
haps occurred; sticks wcro broken,
hits carried nwny, and thoro was it
rather heated argument about a lit
tle bit o"f "corkscrew" riding that
was alleged to hava heen done.
There was n big crowd present,
although, of course, not so large as
that of Saturday last. It Is only tho
fortunate- ones ond Ihoso whoso
duly, besides Inclination, calls them
to Moanalua, who can go out to n
tw?lft f-ntim flurlni- the week. From t
every Indlmtlon there will bo a huge
crowd out at 8n.ul.-o Damon's place
next Saturday, when Maul and Ka
uai meet for the first tlmo for jenrs.
lsiana rcopie rreseni. . 'mlnuto Interval nnd then tho game
On tho s de.ines yesterday wcro to, . . ..
be seen some prominent Island peo
ple: the Hon. II. I". llaldwln, Frank
II. it. I ist In Itnrrn fin lilurl n mill nil thn
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nice lamuy wcro uiihuiih ii.uui...
and talking polo,
. uiiuoru iviimittii , . , ,, .
tin ro with his stoii'"l,am thrc0 m0re ROn Wer n',' '
oeVsagoremarksi Oahu. and than tho homo team
of Hnlclwn was
watch, and ho drnppc
about the game as It progressed.
Doc. Fltsgorald, who Is known from
one end of tho group to tho olWer,
was an Interested spectator, and ho
wns busy sizing up the form of tho
local ponies as compared with tho
Maul mounts, half a dozen Cavalry
officers wcro to fie seen discussing
tho gnmo, and they did not look too
cheerful, either. John Fleming, who
Is manager of tho polo scries, was
busy around, and ns he Is n good
placr himself, his remarks on tho
game wcro well worth hearing.
To glvo full details of tho play
would simply bo to havo u record
something like this: "Walter scor
ed with n lu-khnuder; Sum soon aft
erwards hit a goal and then Walter
put another through. Short!) aftui-
wards Walter again shoved u peach
between the posts, etc., etc." Heally,
tho game was so one-sldcd that It
will hardly hear reporting. SuQl
clcnt to say that In tho very first
period Oahu scored four goals und
the Cavalry nil.
In the hcrond period the Honolulu
men nddod three more- goals, und
Just Chcaped scoring a fourth, as
Sam llaldwln put tho hall through
one second ufter tho bell had gone
In the third period tho hall was
throwir.lnto play when within thirty
)nrds of tho Oahu goal, and Hanson,
seeing his opportunity, dashed In and
scored tho first point for the Cav
alry. Tho ucore now stood at. Oahu,
7; Cavalry, 1; und the chances of
tho Leltehua hunch looked punk.
Continuing after Hanson's goal,
Stowart boon ndded one more tu tho
Cavalry score, nnd tho Lcllohua root
ers chirped up n hit. Then Oahu
piled up thrco more goals, and tho
hopes of tho Cavalry supporters fell
again. Still, Hanson got going onco
more and, leaning ovor his hotso'e
Hotel near Fort
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tt Aug. 27 N (I II vh l'unnhoii, tt
tt B( Louis VH, Murines
tt Hcpt 3 Miliary s. Marines, St
tt lmls vs l'linalion.
tt Oahu Junior.
tt Aug 21. C. A. C. Jrs vs. Asnlils
"Aug. 21 Mil Hocks vs. IMIiunu.
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tt Aug. 27 Cordell s Coriin.
tt Atlguit 20. Match.
tt August K. O. Hall Cup.
tt August 20. Kauai . Maul.
tt August 21. Maul h. Cavalry.
tt August 27. Oahu x. Maui.
tt August 18. Y. M. C. A. vb. Fort tt
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llc-k. hit a beautiful goal back
In tho fourth period Oahu added
thrco moro goals, and tlio gamo uas
as good us won. Thcro was a tin
was resumed for the fifth period
Thcro was no more In tho fifth pc
rlod, and that wns owing to tho
t blocking of Hnnson. who
. . . .,
wns an o
was peuunzrji lur u iuui.
In the seventh period Oahu added
one more, und the Cavulry wero pc
nnllzed for a foul, In the eighth
Honolulu Toade una moro and lot n
quarter through a safpty. That ns
all the scaring dono nnd, heaven
knows. It was enough for ono duy.
It has been suggested that when
tho last gamo of tho present Inter
Istnnd series' Is plnjcd, an All Ha
waii team ho selected to go up
against tho pick of tho balance of.
tho plnycrB. Four brilliant plujcrs
could ho Bolected from tho four teams
now plnylng, and u really good tec
nnd quartet lould also bo madu up
to go agalnr' tliem. Tho lilrn Is a
good one, n I tho resulting gamo
should ho a peach.
On Satiiida next, nt Moanalua,
Kauai and Maul will meet, and a
great gamo Is assured. Oahu Is alro
so strong that, when they meet
Maul, another good match should
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night of the tight "with
' That chould miiko a mam
to n hit of extra good work, re-,
marked nck this morning. "A win"'
a III be it ill- birthday present, won't
It?" Wn.l, I'at C'ornyu will sure try-
mil spoil Uio picsent for Jack, and
-mo thing Is cortatn, and that U that
hero Iw no lovu lost botween fh8.
,mlr, und that thu go will be for -
keeps, Iriespcitlia of how tho pure
Is split up.
I'm Corn ii Is working out at Fort,
Shriftm. und ho has the sama old
cioud of nxslctantH, Dick KuJIhan
Is away on thomalnlaiid, but I'at
Iihh a 'corps of iheorfiil rubbers anJ
sparring partners, who uro onto thelri
Job all right. v , v
The pjclimluar) hus tint jet been
wtt'rd upon, but two men will be
,iut -on; Mndlrcu Is looking for 'A
light, and he may he nriiinuiiutlateJ
lth a go. Til" light will in nit pruh
ililllty bo hi ought off ut tho New
Trplieuni, and that place should hS(
ntlsfactoiy to ou-rybody. although1
hero win hardlj he any room tor
a t: t:
Tho Wasedas nro now playing on
Maul, wlicro they nrn to meet three
teams. The Xlpponeni will rctifrn
to Honolulu on tho Manila Kca, and1
in (Sunday next w III play their- latf
gnuiu mi Hawaiian soil.
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