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A BIO FEAST LAST
NIGHT AT NOTLEY HALL
Visitors Arc Entertained by Oahu
League Members Many Witty
Speeches Poi Troubles Nip
ponese. Tliu llnal baseball game between
tlio Vuseda and tho local teams was
played Inst night 111 Notlcy Hall.
Tho kuiiKultiau won the sumo, while
tho vIsltorB, who tito hurrying back
to tho Land of tho Chryuutithcmiim
on tho liner Tcii)o Maiu today, were
beaten because they would nut, and
could nut, break away from tho
grasp of tho local play era.
Tho came wag rather lutctcstliiK,
aa tho babeball fans of tho Oaliu
l.e.-iKiiu gathered around Ioiir tabled,
will h were laden with every ImaK
In.ible Hawaiian delicacy, and wait,
ed (or Umpire Marcalllnu to call
Tho 1iltora and tho kaiiinalii.m
did not wiiHto much time In plung
ing Into tho dhdicH of ruw lltdi, to
find out whotlicr they weie good to
rat. The kamaalnas, at) la well
known, most assuredly succeeded In
emptying tho rontenla of tho dishes,
whllo tho visitors panned and looked
at each other wonderment.
Tho occasion waa a luau given In
honor of tho Wncdns by the local
Intcbnll fans. There waa plenty of
pol, which, unfortunately, did not
agrco 'with tho taste, of the vlhltois.
They drove their finger right Into
tho bowls without studying the art
of ak'lfully twisting thorn and not
lidding mcrd troublo to tho rett of
their fingers.- Onco thoy wcro lu
tho bowla. Ihey wcro loadcil with
M)I, which Btuck to them unmerciful
ly. When they pulled them out. tho
pol flowed freely onto the table and
onto tholr kneea.
Right there they realized their l
llk'u; thoj scratched their hcada and
the pol stunk there. Tho reat of
llio (IngerH wcro cnljed to kokua, but
thoy, too, wcro made. fast. They
picked up the napkins, but they did
no good. They found themselves
with pol nil over their hands. To
the kamiinliias It wan a good Jko to
wiflcli tdo faiuoua baseball fans of
Wnsed.i struggling with tho pol. To
tho mallhlnls It was certainly tho
most difficult 'gamo they hud played
rlnce their nriUal In llawull. Tho
plllkla, however,, was righted when
the wnltcrs and waitresses In ought
the biia'tis nloug and advised the vis
llora to wash their hnnda with wa
ter. This tho visitors did nnd found
themselves creatly relieved. Aftor
that thoy stnjed with Bod.i water nnd
Tho vlallorH wcro bedecked with
carnation tola, aa thoy sat nrounu
the tables. Aftor tho luau tho
guests retired to another room nnu
there spent tho rest of tho tlmo In
dancing and apecrh-makliig.
A, Marcalllno, acting as toastmnB-
ter. coinpllmonted llio visitors in 1111
npproprlato speech, for their aplou
dld himrtMiiaiislilii. Ho callod upon
W. W. Harris to siy a few worua 10
Come and See
For yourself what has made our place so
popular. Drop in any time and notice
Then order one yourself
"It's The Fashion"
The Two Jacks.
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M COMINQ EVENTS. XI
tt Secretaries nnd managers of tt
tt athletic clubs nrn Invited In send tt
tt In tho dates of nny oventa which tt
tt they may bo gelling up, for In tt
tt Kcrtlon under tho above head, tt
tt Address all communications to tt
tt tho Sporting Editor, Hill lot In. tt
tt Baseball. tt
tt Aug. 27. N. O. II. vs. Piinnhou; tt
it St. I.ouls vs. Mnrlnes
it Sept. 3. Miliary vs. Murines, St.
ti l-ouls vs. I'unahoii.
it Oaliu Juniors.
tt Aug 27. C. A. (J. .Irs. )a Asahls
tt Aug. 27. Mil Hocka
tt Aug. 28. Kuuraomo, II
. C. Mo-
It ' Fl.tle.
it Aug. 27 Cordell vs. (ofnn,
ti Aug. 27. MCOiirn vs. Coll.
tC. O. Hall Cup.
tt Aug. 2fi,
August 21. Maul vs. Cavalry.
August 27. Oaliu vs. Maul.
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SOUTHAMPTON, t.l.. Aug 13.
Maurice B. Mclaughlin or Califor
nia won tho cup here today 'M the
lawn tenuis singles on turf courta
among the leaders of tho C.iMcrn
tennis. In tho final he defeated
Frederick C. Colston, the Maryland
plajer. fi-2, 0-1, C2. Jly this vic
tory, M'-I.ouglilln heroines mrxcsior
of William A. I.nrned. Heals C.
Wright. William J. Clothier and tho
Hilton. Hugh !.. Dohcrty
Tho final of tho doufclcs-rosullod
In a revcrwil of form for thomrrntrh
pair. William A, Lamed and Maurice
i:. McLoughllli defeating tho I'acllle
Coast team of challengers for na
tional 'doubles after flvo heart -break
ing rets at S-fi, 1-6. 7-r,, G-7, fi-l.
lairneil was ii weak shot on the whi
ning team. MclMighlln nlnioat ply
Ing tho g.inio alone. IIU smashes
and hla good Inbbliig outnumbered
Larned'a nets and outs, which wcro
ti it tt ti it it ii ii it ii it tt tt it it tt ti
the (.uinpnnv. Harris picked up tho
Hawaiian word "Aloha" and told tho
mallhlnls It meant "greeting" And
"giKwl.byo" In llawull ncl. Manager
Peresa or tho Portugneso team also
made n loinpllnieiitnry speech, which
was applauded heartily by tho vls
Itois. Sergeant Davis, captain of
tho Mnilno team, responded ngreo
ubly. Alitor Onoderu spoke on bo
hnlf of the .Inpaneso press.
,1'rofefctor AIih, who la an expert
after dinner speech-maker, was, the
iccjplelit of prolonged applnus" ufte
he hail said niniiy tltlugs about good
and clean sportsmanship.! He said
he wai a firm bcllevorlir interna
Kdltor Hlicba was another speaker
Ho praised tho kaimialnas for their
kindly treatment of tho Wasedas
during their short stay In Hawaii.
Kilkaborl, the champion batter of
tho Wnscda Ic.ini. wuh decorated
with a gold medal, given by Henry
Walker. 01. the llrst baseman of
the team, will go to tho Stntca to
enter Into business.
Tho luau, which was given under
tho personal supervision of Mr. mid
Mrs, J. Notlcy, was a gieat success,
(Continued from Page 7.)
Hotel near Fort
CORDELL AND CORNYN
STAR IN MAIN EVENT
Preliminaries Will Bo Good and
Game Joe McGurn Will Make
His Bow to Honolulu Sports
Orphcum for Contest.
On Saturday night tho much-talk
cil-of return boxing iiinlch between
Jack Cordell and Pat Cornyn will
tako place at tho Orphcum Theater,
The two men are sparing no pains
In getting Into condition for tho
great go, nnd the result should be
as good a light us tho first 0110 at
the Aloha Park was.
Cordell Is taking euro of himself
nowadays, and ho la doing better
work than he haa dono for a lour;
time, .lack Is going to win tho con
test on Saturday night In 0110 round
If possible Thcro will bo no hold
I lie back, and tho go will bo a will
lug ono from the first tap of tho
gong till the referee gives hla dccl.
Pat Cornyn Is looking well, nnd
hn works out dally at tho irtShaf
ter gymnasium, whero ho has a num
ber or willing sparring partners who
put the gloves on every afternoon.
Pat misses brother Illck's expert ad
vice and willing lefts, buW-.nll tho
same, ho Is doing koiiio Btronunus
HtuntH, both with and without the
Judging from the last contest be-
twi-eu Cordell and Cornyn, tho scrap
on snturiiay nigiii snouici uo
beauty, and It la hard 'to say how
It will end. It la not thought that
tho contest will end In a draw, as
both men wilt mako tho paco hot
from tho start nnd. In trying to
laud n wallop that will bring homo
the goods, will tako 11 rhnnco of re-
celving 0110 on tho olut that will
lay them out.
JiK Mcdum nnd Jack Coll will
show In our or tho preliminaries, nnd
Honolulu sports will hnvo an oppor
tunity of seeing tho "Oamo Irish
man" lu nctloti. Coll Is boxing well
Just now, and ho dns been training
hard for tho contest, doo Is work
ing out with Jnck Cordoll, and ho,
aUn. Is In fliio trim.
Another preliminary will bo that
between Young Scotty and Young
Thompson of San Krnnclaco. Scotty
la known to tho light fans of Ho
nolulu, but Thompson Is an unknown
Mlko Paton will roforco tho main
event, and ho may bo deponded on
to fclzo tho affair up properly andj
give n good decision. l.arry
will handle tho watch, and It will
bo llko old times to sro tho old sport
tapping tho gong onco more.
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Thero are n timbor of wiuntlr
kporthiuen who nro wondering if
thoy will bo 111 rested for "pinching"
co.ll from the wieck of tho llclga.
Many men put In tho whole of Sun
day last, transferring 10.il from the
reef to tho beach, and thoy think
It hard luck H thoy havo to lose tho
r6al as well as appear In court.
MAUI VS. CAVALRY
0AHU AND MAUI MEET
ON SATURDAY NEXT
Valley Islanders Determined to Win
Two Ecmauiine; Qamcs Mucn
Interest Taken in the Coming
Tomorrow nflrrnoon nt Moaiinliia '
the polo fans will huvo another.
chance of seeing the Maul cracks In
action, and tho team thnt will tackle
tho Valley Islanders will bo tho Ca
nlry. The gaino will start at 3
o'clock, and thcro Is no doubt that
the samo old crwd of enthusiasts
will turn up at Moaiialun.
Tho Cavalry havo not dono much
tills season, but they certainly Mir
prised everyone with tho gamo they
put up against tho Kauai bunch.
Then thoy could do nothing ngalni-t
Oaliu, nnd still Knual beat Oaliu. it
remains to bo seen how tho lllchua
men will stuck up against Mnul to
On Saturday next Maul and Oaliu
will meet, nnd Just as big a crowd
11a attended last Saturday Is expect
ed to bo on hand when tho lilt-off la
mmlo. 0.1 hti will havo nil mo lotai
rans rooting for them, and Maul wilt
... , 1... .. .(,nilii wlttlillll?
surely hnvo n lot of pcoplo wisniug
them luck against tho llonolulnns.
Tho' lineup of tho Oaliu team for
Saturday next will bo Walter nnu
Harold Dillingham, Will niul win
Haldwln. Mnul will bo represented
by I'niuk and llnrry I!ald,wJn, David
Fleming and Harold KIM.'
Thcro has' been moro Interest
taken this ear In polo than ror
many n long day, nnd tho games put
up havo been" excellent. Tho ro
entry of Kauai nildcd a lot of Inter
est, and tho Oardcu Islanders nro to
bo congratulated on tlio snowing
Considering that It 18 somownni
of nn undertaking to reach Moana-
lua If ono has not got all uutomo
blle, tho pei lo showod their Inter
est In tin- in'rhcs by rolling up In
tho maiinr thoy did. It la to bo
regretted that tho now polo Iteld at
Kaplnlanl Park Is not going ahead
as quickly na It might. If tho games
woro nlavod nt tho park thoro would
in ninio luico crowds to sco tho
ti... l.Mtnlnm nolo ground Is a
beauty, but nono of tho regular lit
tcrlsland games wcro played thero
this year. Tho barrnckB nro too far
from town and thcro nro not many
peoplo who could mako tho Journoy
especially on n week day.
According to form, muui siiouiu
i)P0!wln from tho Cavalry tomorrow, and
- , . . . ., ...111 l. !,
Ilien on H.ltliruny ineru ni hu
gamo that will rival nny played mi
r,,.. tiiia Hi'.isoii. Maul and Oaliu
imvn for vcars nast been great rl
vats on tho polo field, nnd their meet.
Ing this tlmo will causo aa muui
J excitement as ever.
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Saturday, Aug. 27
JACK CORDELL vs. PAT CORNYN
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JACK COLL vs. JOE McGURN
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