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EVBN1N0 nUU-ETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. WEDNESDAY. Al'O. 24, 1010.
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MAUI MEETS FIFTH
CAVALRY POLO TEAM
Valley Islanders Determined to Show
Their Real Form This Atter.
noon Much Interest in Game.
This afternoon nt 3 o'clock, or n
lllllo nflir, thu Maul nml Cavalry
K)lo teams will meet' at .Mnnujlun,
and n good gume In being looked for
ward tu liy nil thu lovers of tliu best
game or oil. l'olo appeals to ull
those wlio Ilka a funt, exciting game,
uml then lovers of horses aro alwa
interested In the dollies of Hie po
uks. And thu mounts used In the
Interlilund tournaments are, on the
average, as good as any ordinary
ponies. There nre, of course. In
India, AuHtrulln, parts of the main
land, and Knglnnd, much higher
priced und butter ponies, lint for
"outside" plu.'i'b llnwuli Is high up
as regards polo mounts.
I'olo has got a great hold on the
people or Hawaii, and It Is a pity
that the game Is not played more
often than It Is nt present. What
is wanted lis a central polo field
where everybody ran uttend without
auy trouble. n'ap.Olunl Park Is the
Idval place, and a start was made
last year on a polo field. Much
leveling was done, and the ground
began to astitime the shape and size
df a proper polo Jlnld; then opera
tions stopped for u while, but It 1
thought that before, long work will
be resumed on the place. Orass Is
beginning to show, and It may be
that beforo many months are past
the follower! of tlit 'came will be
able to seo,ouiei mutches hi Knplo
Innl Park. .
The game hii afternoon Is caus
ing much lutorest, ns everybody Is
wondering howthe Maul four will
stack up ngalnst the Cavalry. Upon
form, the Vnlloy Islanders should
win, but there la no telling In od.
vanco how a game Is going to end.
The Cavalry are going to do their
level best thfi afternoon nml they
hope to place nt least one victory to
their credit lioforo the series ends.
Lieutenant Ilnnson is capable of
scoring many a goal If properly
hacked up, and tho other three mem
bers or the team are going to play
the game or their lives.
I'rank lialdwln und bis team
mates aro getting Into better form
every day, und th'i arternoon they1
will play well. The Maul men gave
the Kauai bunch a tight go Inst Sat
tirday, and If they had only had n
match or two beforo tackling the
Clnrden Inlanders, the result would
probably have been different.
Next Saturday the most Interest
lug game us far as Honolulu goes
will be played: Maul and Oahu,
the old oiK)nents, will meet on;o
more, and Wnltty Dillingham & Co.
will give the Valley Islanders the go
or their lives,
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The first boxing contest on Sat
urday night will start at 8 o'clock,
and tho fun should contlnuo till 10
or mi, Coll nnd McClum are to box
'it 11.1 pounds, nnd they both are
strong at that weight.
a ii t is a tits a u tt a a n w tt
it COMING EVENT8. II
It Qaseball. It
It Aug 27. N. 0. II. s. 1'miahou; II
It St. Louis vs. Marines. II
tt Sept. .1, Miliary vs. Marines? St. II
tt I.ouls vs. I'unahou. II
II Oahu Junior. It
II Aug 27. C. A. C. .Irs. vs Asnhls. it
ii Aug. 27. Mil Hocks s. Palama, It
It Golf. II
II Aug. 28. Koursome, II. O. C. Mo- tt
It uualiiii. II
tt Flstle. tt
tt All. 27-Cnrdcll vs. Cornyn. tt
it Aug. 27 McGinn vs. Coll. it
it Cricket. tt
tt Aug. 2(5. Match. tt
ii August E. O. Hull Cup. ii
It .Polo. II
:: August 21. Maul vs. Cavalry. tt
tt August 27. Oahu vs. Maul. ti
II II it ti It tl II it II It tt II it U it ti II
FOUR OUTS III n
I BOXERS HUE IMIIfli
Tlay Were Actually Made' at Los
Angeles, July 24, and All
Kims often accuse the umpire of
giving tho opposing side "four outs"
In one Inning of baseball, but do It
as a matter of sarcasm, not realiz
ing th.it such, n thing Is poKtiblo
even In the National pastime as It
H p:nyed today, The great game or
baseball has produced many wonder
ful situations that are usually class
ed ns freak plnys, but none of the
veterans who took part In tho dls
elusion yesterday was able to recall
any other Instance wlirri fmir'outft
were actually made Jind all counted.
IViur are often made,- ns, for In
stance, yesleiday, Shlnn struck out
when Hums tried to steal home. Um
pire Mctlrenvy culled tho ball a
strike, but without waiting to' see
the decl:dii on that, Fisher put the
ball on, the man coming In, but that
fourth out, or oirsc, did not count.
This tale has to do wllb one that
did. It was In the gaino between
Sacramento and Vernon In I.os An
geles, July 21. There wns one out.
Jesso Stovnll was on third. Hoy
llrasbeur was on second, und Coy,
Vernon's right fielder, was at bat.
Coy laced nut a liy to Van Iluren In
center. Vnn Iluren caught the fly.
That made two outs, Stovnll dug
for homo and llrnshear started for
third. Van Iluren winged tho hall
to lloanltnan, who tagged Hoy Urn
shear Just us he hit the dirt for n
slide, That mado three out. Sto
vnll had crossed tho plute In the
meantime, and us he had crossed It
before llrasbeur wns lagged. It was
expected Ills scorn would count. Hut
that was not the decision Umpire Mc
Oreevy wns called upon to make.
Manager Charlie (irahani shouted to
lloardman to touch thl'd base, which
lie did, and Umpire McOreevy ruled
that Stovnll had left It before Vnn
Iluren caught the lull. It made the
fourth out und cancelled thu run.
8. 1 Call.
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I)r. Hand of the local Y. M. C. A.
Is expected back In Honolulu within
if couple or weeks, and he will re
turn primed with all the latest dope
regarding gymnasiums or the main-
laud. It Is Intended to make the
Honolulu Y. M C A. one or the best
In the world, as fur us up-to-dat
PEARLS AND SEA
WRENS TO RACE
OWNERS OF SMALL BOATS
ARE OETTINQ VERY BUSY
Younp Sailors Are Keen Tars, and
,iney ire Clever, too Luther
Hough Is Refitting; His Boat.
Thero . considerable stir and bus
tle among thu small-yacht brigade
oil the waterfront, and owueis of
boats of the Siu When and Pearl
cjass nre gettliig In gieat licks In
the way of Improvements and fit
ting out of their craft In prepara
tion for different ru:e.
Two cups have been offered fur
Pearls, und (Jeorge Ci oiler, owner
und master of the Charlotte C, do.
tinted one or them. The other wns
given by Mr. Ong, it prominent
young follower of tho sort.
Talking or Pearls shows how a
name .ii coined, und gradually gets
Into general usage. Some time lust
year Jack Densham, then sporting
wilier for the morning paper, In
troduced the Sea Wren class of boats
to -the Honolulu sailors. 'Tho races
for the little boats attracted a lot
of attention, und every Sunday: .were
lu'tercstiiig contests on the" mirbort
Then young Luther Hough, who
owned a boat called the Pearl,
thought that ha would like to take
puit In the races. Ills boat was not
n wren, but arrangements were made
to nllow him to compete with the
newer typo of boat. Other owners
of boats of the samq typo as Hough's
then petitioned to be allowed to race,
nnd gradually Irrespective of what
name tho Ijoats bore the whirio lot
were called Pearls. And so It has
remained to the present day, when
ull small crnft built like Hough's
Pearl ure known as Pearls, and as
hiicIi race In the events for that
class of boat.
Luther Hough, who is a noted cox
and who steors the Myrtle crew on
regatta days. Is refitting his orig
inal Pearl, and when she next takes
the water she will bo like a new
boat. He 1 Increasing the beam of
the Pearl, putting In n new rudder
and bending a new suit of salU.
Luther intends to gtvo all tho other
Pearls a great go for the honors In
connection with the trophies that
havo been donated.
It Is (probable that on Regatta Day
thero will be a couple at races for
Wrens and Pearls on the program,
nnd thut the amateur sailors will be
able to show admiring thousands how
they tan handle the small craft.
These lads who kail tho Wrens nnd
t'enrls nre handy sailors, und George
Crozicr. who won tho Honolulu to
Kuhulul nice on July 4 last, manned j
his bo.it with the jouugsters, ami
did remurknbly well, ns everybody
Sailing Is n line sport, nnd it ap
pears to be growing In favor every
day. The cruises to Pearl Hnrbor
aro becoming very popular, und tho
smull-buut lovers are also getting
ready to keep up an nctlve cam
paign. Mny sailing Inst for ever,
nnd the lads who ure now doing the
good work keep it up when they
get older nnd Join the large yacht
HARD FOR BIG SHOW
Cordell and Cornyn in Good Condi
tion McOurn Will Extend Coll
l Phono CM)
There wns u busy session down ui
tho Murine Camp yesterday after
noon, when Jack Cordell worked out
with several moll. Ho took on Jon
Milium for a few rounds and then
Sarconl had an iliterextlng round or
two. Cordell loomed up well with
tho gloves, nnd there Is no doubt
thut he Is Improving In condition
every dav. Jack's wind Is good, and
he Is putting n lot of force I'n I o his.
blows. Pat Cornyn Is going up.
ngninsi a ueiier man next Satur
day night than he met a few weeks
ug ut tho Aloha Park.
Put Is doing good work also, nnd
he Is trained to the minute. This,
combined with his ability to stand
almost nny kind of n punch, gives
him n good chnuco ngnlnst Cordell.
Dick Sullivan Is not In Honolulu
High-Class Vaudeville of Nine Num
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BUNYEA and GIDEON
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able man to have In a corner, and
he also gave Pnt a good denl of ex
pert advice while preparing for the
The "Game Irishman" Is In the
pink of condition also, nnd he will
glvo Jack Coll a great go In tho
second prcliiiluary, Mcdurn has n
good record, and It will be n treat
to see him In action. The other
preliminary iiromlsci well. too. nnd
the wholo show should bo n good pie the world has ever known,"
WORLD'S FATTEST GIRL
WORLD'S FATTEST BOY
TRIXIE CQC BABY
WEIGHS UOU BLISS
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Many sports of Honolulu are bet
ting about (lie chances of Anderson
(Iruco being captuieil before the end
of tho year, The Oahu 'prison an.
thorltlos have como to the conclu
sion, nfter months of deliberation.
that Grace Is either on this Island
or off It. It took some! time to reach
this decision, hut It has at last been
agreed upon that In nil probability
he Is off or on tho Isle.
On Saturday next tho X. U. II.
team will tackle tho runnhou base
ball nine, nt tho league grounds.
nnd much Interest is being exhibit
ed In the u .ng game. The Guards
uro prn.tlu i, hard for the match,
ami the in u t should be a closo nnd
On August 28 the Honolulu Golf
Club will hold a foursome competi
tion nt Mnannlua, nnd many of tho
members Intend entering for the
piny. The links nt Squire Damon's
place nre In the best ixwslblo condi
tion, 'nnd the weather lately has been
Ideal for golf.
nvenlnft bulletin 75c. Pci Month
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,
Hole! near Fort
Jlmmle I'ox will referee the two
preliminary bouts on Saturday night
nt the Orpheum. Mike l'aton will
officiate ns third innu for tho Cor-doll-Cornyn
go. Larry Dee will
bundle the toHWntch, nnd lllll
Warhani will do the announcing
Tho bathing ikkiI nt Fort Shnlter
Is being availed or dully by the sol
diers, and a large number' or them
are learning to swim under the de
tection or an expert.
Saturday, Aug. 27
JACK CORDELL vs. PAT CORNYN
For the Championship of Hawaii
JACK COLL vs. JOE McOURN
II.'. lbs.- HU Hounds IK. hs,
, Time Called 8 P. M.
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Meets every Friday evening. In
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1 0:4! Ii p. tu.
Music (Mulshed by u HAWAIIAN
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MISS ALMA LYNDON
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BANVARD & FRANKLIN
Acrobatic Sketch Team
Corner Nuuanu and Fauahi Streets
The Oreateit Australian Tenor
WISE & MILTON
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