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MAUI DEFEATED BY SCORE OF 74 TO Gij THE FASTEST GAME
EVER SEEN AT MOANALUA MALINA PLAYS STAR OAME
THOUSANDS WATCH MATCH.
No'. 1 A. Rice.
No. 2 Malina.
No. 3 C. R.cc.
No. 4 P. Rice.
No. 1 H. Rice.
No. 2 H. Baldwin.
No. 1 F. F. Baldwin.
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t . UMPIRE:
R. W. Atkinson,
C. W. Dcering.
After eight periods of seven and one-half minutes each, Kauai won
out by a score of 7 goals to QVfc R'a'.s. Kauai made nine goals in all.
but a foul in the fifth period, a safety in the sixth and two safeties and
a foul in the eighth, reduced their score to ssven and a quarter points.
Maui hit seven goals, and, as they were penalized for a foul in the
second period, their total was six and cnc-half points.
The score by periods was' as follows:
12345078 Gcals. Minus. Total.
Kauai 2 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 9 1 7i
Maui 1 0 1 3 1 0 0 1 7 Vz Oz
One of tho most exciting gninc
of polo ever plnC(l nt Mnanuluu wns
that between tho Maul and Kauai
teams last Saturday. It was a wt I r-!
ring struggle from Blurt to finish;
ami there, was no telling how tho
match would end, right up till tho
last tap of the hell at the end of
tho eighth period.
Maul needed hut ono goal In or
der to win In tho liiKt period, und
for a row minutes it looked ns If they
would make tho winning lilt. Tho
excitement' was Intense an tho final
socondafwero ticked on, with tho
ball dodging about In front of tho
Knlal goal. It wan then that tho
Garden IslandorB blocked, hit safo
and did nil they knew to piny out
time, without any further Bcoro.
Thousands Watch Game.
Without doubt thcro waa more In
tereat taken In the match of Satur
day thnn any other of reecnt earv.
There waa n big crowd present, and
tho field was Kiinoiinded by niitomo
biles and carriages of all kinds. Ono
hundred and sixty-eight nutoH wero
to ho seen, mid surreys, hacks and
tnll)hos were In ovldcnro.
A contingent of Maul and Kauai
peoplo gathered on tho sldo lines.
and all the spoilsmen of Oahu wero
Tho day was an Ideal ono for polo.
although at times a slight drlrzlo of
Cheers for Maul.
The rootere for both sides kept
things going well, and when. In the
fourth period. Maul scored three
goals to their opponents' nil, tho
cheers and Jells wero a treat to
Maul did not got going properly
for threo periods, and during that
time tho Kauai boB had piled up
six go.ils to Maul's two and thero
was a foul against Maul also. Tho
iworo of fi to 1 V4 looked bad, and
tho supportors of tho Valley Island
em looked glum ami nskod each
other what on enrth could ho tho
Mnnians Out of Form.
Nemo of tho Maul men seemod able
to hit the hall, and tho Knualans
families. Put Harold Ulco In tho scored In 1 18. Then thcro was no
Kauai team In pine of Mallnn, nnd. further storing for the rest of tho
then let Krnnk, Sam, Harry and Dr. period, but Maul was penalized for
naiuwin go ai incm aucu h kiiiuu.u ioiii.
would be worth swimming from Kn
ual to ree, and the greatest Intel -est
would be taken In It.
Tho presence of Malina In tho
polo games this year shows that the
Hawaiian rowbos have llttlo to
Irani nbout handling n liny on the
polo field. Malina is playing a beau
tiful game, and ho hits harder and
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Third Period Mallnn hit off from
behind and Charlie Itlce, getting hold
In quick time, rim down the field
and scored forty seconds after tho
hell. Then nno minute later, after
Fomi! play In tho renter of tho field,
Malina droto the ball from near tho
half-way mark nnd scored a beauti
ful goal. Two goals In 1:4.. was go-, Two of t))e m0Jt wonjcrfui pc0.
Ing some, and when Charlie Ulco , ,h .. h known."-r
moro often than nny other man In seored In !:SC, things were nil to y Sunday Telegraph ,
tho gumo nt present No matter the lovely for Kauai. After four and DIRECT FROM CONEY ISLAND
whcio tho ball was, or how it was n half minutes. Harry ll.ildwlti hroko NOW ON EXHIBITION
Ixmndlng along, tho Hawaiian got the In for Maul and hit n hall! ATnTYA D ADTT
onto It nnd hit It as ho pleased. I through. AJLUxLA. JrLJXJX
In tho seventh period Malina' Fourth Period Maul got going In HOTEL STREET ' ,
brought off a play that simply could this period, and twelve seconds nfh;r Admission: Adults 25c. Children lOo
not tic excelled on the plains oi the mi on rmni i leniing seorcu n
Imlln or nnywhero else. Just half goal. Then, when fifty-eight see
a minute before tho bell went.' the onds had elapsed. Harold Itlce put
b.illijwns on tho makat sideboard at one through ntnld cheers from the
(lie half-way flag. All eight players Maul supporters. For a whllo after i
eamo racing down on top of tho this, tho ball was kept going up and
sphere, anil nftcr a general scrim- down tho field, nnd some brilliant!
mage, Malina hooked the hall out riding wns dono by Frank Ilaldwln TOMORROW NIGHT AND LAST
and drove It across tho field to tho nnd Mnllna. Finally, when flvo mill-. WEEK
mauka sideboard. Then, following utes nnd twelve seconds hud elapsed, iv,.nin. Vo,,devi1le nf Wine Wm.
.up" nt a great race of speed, tho Frank llaldwiln shot the ball through ( erj fln(j
Hawaiian champion snot for goal,' and tho period enneu wim .imui (jsiNO MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
anil tho ball, going straight and having scored mrco goais 10 ium
true, passed between the ismts nnd nil.
did prett. well as thoy liked. Maul
would bring tho ball down tho field,
nml Just iis they looked like scoring,
romcono would muddlo things nnd
tho b.ill would ha taken from them
and bank to tho other end of tho
Frank ll.ildwln did not play his
usual game, and David Fleming was
only exhibiting flashes of good play.
On tho other hand, tie Ulco broth
ers und Mnllna .were mir.tlng nil be
foro them and they idled up 'the
goals In 'quick order.
Maui Good in Fourth.
It wns In tho fourth period that
Maul sparkled up and scored three
goals; they Just failed by n foot to
make another. If Iho ball had gone
ono foot' to' the loft, Instead of keep
ing to tho right, Maul would havo
coiuo out ahead In thai long run.
However, It was not to bo, mid that
nno foot cost somu peoplo n pllo of
It Is rather to bo regretted that
tho sehcdulo was not differently ar
ranged and that Maul had to go up
(igaliiBt Kauai (n their very first
match. That fact cost tho Valloy
Islanders the championship, as oven
If they beat the Cavalry and Oahu
nns, they will bo behind Knual. It
Maul had met tho l.ellchuii or Ho
nolulu team first, they would havo
been In better trim to piny tho
Kauai four. As It wns, even with
Frank Ilaldwln not playing up to
form, the result was closo enough
llowovcr, It, Is all over now and
call not ho helped. Still, If Maui
beats tho Cavalry and Oahu, there
should bo another game with Kauai.
Kauai vs. Combined Team.
Another suggestion that has been
mndo Is that Kaunl play a combined
Oahu, Maul mid Cavalry team. For
the lutter Walter Dillingham, Frank
Ilaldwln, Lieutenant Hanson and
Sam Ilaldwln would mako n nno
team. In fact, thcro are Hireo men
who would havo n chamo of getting
on tho team In place of Sam.
Rices vs. Baldwins, '
Then another game that would
nrcato a lot of Intercut would bo
a go between the Itlio and Ilaldwln
scored. It was u brilliant bit of
work mid moro than deserved tho
cluiers that wero given.
Harry Baldwin's Good Play.
Another fine hit of work was
when Harry Ilaldwln scored, nt a
ory dlfllciilt angle, in tho third
ihukka. Frank had taken tho ball
down tho ftold, mid Just as It looked
as If tho sphcro was going behind,
Harry overtook It and, hitting hard,
shot (ho ball through.
No Serious Accidents. 1
Thero were several faljs during
tho game, but no damago was dono.
Mallnn rnmo off In tho first period,
but remounted nt once. Then short,
ly afterwards Phillip Ulco took a
tumble but wns not hUrt. Harold
Ulco hroko a hit at ono stago and
had to change horses In a hurry. 11c
)ond that thoro wns nothing doing
In tho way of mishaps.
liy periods tho gaino went ns fol
lows: First Period rcnual played up and
Maul down. From tho throw In,
Charllo Klce got tho ball and took
It towards tho Maul goat. Tho hall
went over tho hack lino nnd Hnrry
Ilaldwln hit out. Mallnn blocked
and with n high hit scored; tho hall
How high In tho air and Just clear
ed tho top of tho goalpost. Time,
1:21. On resuming, Arthur Ulco hit
another behind, and then Frank
Ilaldwln sent tho ball to tho aldo.
lines. Mallnn then centered right
In front of goal, and Phillip Ulco
sroicd tho setond goal for Kauai
Time, 3:21. Hnrry Ilaldwln did n
good run down tho Hotel and Frank
got tho hall nnd centered. Hnrry
scored for Maul shortly afterwards.
Time, 7: Hi. Just beforo tho bell
went for tlmo, Mnllna nearly scored!
tho ball missed tho posts by a fewj
Second Period Davo Fleming hit
off from behind nnd Frank Ilaldwln
sent the hall In center, whoro Mallnn
Intercepted nnd nearly stored. The
ball was brought out and after a
scrimmage In tho center field, Frank)
llaldwlu hroko nvyny and took tho
ball down tho field, but hit out of
bounds. Thrown In, and Charlie
Ulco mndo a good hit toward the
Maul goal, ami, after Malina had
(entered, Charllo ramo again mid
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Fifth Terlod Iloth tfdps scored
ono goal each In this ponou. aim
Phillip Ulio. for Kauai, and Harold
Ulco, for Maul, did tho goal-getting
act. The Maul scoro was tho re
sult of soma brilliant rirjng nnd
hitting by Frank Ilaldwln, who
brought tho ball down tho field and
then, riding off Mnllna, centered and
left tho ball In position- for Harold
to score. Fifteen beconds nftcr tho
hall went through tho Kauai goal,
tho bell rang, and then Umpire Han
sou announced that Kuual had foul
ed during tho period.
Sixth Period Maul lost tho match
In this period, nnd It was the hard-'
ost of luck that they did not neoro
n. goal. Frhnk Ilaldwln plnycrl up
to his best form, and after n couplo
of hard drives ho left tho ball to
Harry, who shot for goal. Tho hall
wns traveling as straight ns n dlo
towards tho Knual goal, whon It
suddenly veered over a llttlo to tho
right and Just missed tho post by a
foot. Then a nrlnuto later Frank
Ilaldwln mado a beautiful hit for
goal, bit', wns blocked by Mnllna.
Shortly aftetwnrds a safety was hit
by Knual, mil tho luxury cost them
a quarter t ' a goal.
Seventh Period Mallnn hit out
from behind, nnd his drive wis a
beauty which carried tho ball down
tho field a long way, Tho sphere
was returned and centorod, nnd then
Harold Ulco missed a chanco to
're. Tho ball got Into tho cen
ter of a bunch of pla)crs, and wns
flddlcl around with for a whllo
till Mallnn. ns usual, camo through
and hooked the sphoro out and rnccd
down tho field with all tho other
pin) ers nftcr him. Charllo Ulco shot
for goal, but missed, nnd then, after
tho hall was sent half-way down tho
field, Malina did his wonderful hit or
piny, ns related elsewncro, aim
Klghth Period Thoro was noth
ing much doing for tho first mlniito
of play, but then Maul attacked
fiercely and had tho ball right on
the Kauai lino all tho tlmo. It look-
ed n certainty that Maul would
score, but Kauai, by hitting wife
twice saed tho day for u whllo.
Then Harry Ilaldwln scored from a
difficult angle, and It was seen that
unless Maul tould mako ono moro
goal, tho Knualans must win. Tho
period ended with no moro scoring
being done, nnd ono of tho hardest
games ever plned nt Monnalua gave
tho laurels to Knual. What luck
thoro was went tho way of tho Har
den Islanders, and It would pleaso
a lot of peoplo If tho two teams
could meet qnco moro, when u dlf
fcrcnt story might bo told.
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