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VALLEY ISLAND MEN WIN BY SCORE OF 12 to V4 GOALS
FRANK BALDWIN PLAYS WITH ALL OLDTIME DASH HAN
SON BRILLIANT, AND FLEM1NO BACK TO FORM.
No1 Harold Rice.
No. 2 Harry Baldwin.
No. 3 Fmnk Baldwin;
No. 4 David Fleming.
Umpire Caarl.e Rice.
Timers R. W. Atkinson, C. W. Decring.
Eiirht ueriods were nlaved. anl
goals; Fifth Cavalry. 3 goals. At
U 10 lJ4. Tlie L'avairy Had hit tWd gUIS, but Were p' nalfzed for 0
safety in the third period. I
Hanson (for the Cavalry), Frank Baldwin and David Fleming- (for
Mnui) played the star game for their tespective sides. .
ine inuiviuual scores made were: Ma'jf HnlMld Rife. 3; Frank
Baldwin. fJ! Hnrrv Ttnlilwin. H? Tlntr
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bnermttii, 1 ; Hanson, 'i.
Although defeated jestcrday, the
Klfth Cavalry were not disgraced
when beaten by Maul. The l.ello
luia hunch kept their end up In good
fashion and, nothing dl8m.ied hy
the rapldly-".icrea8lng scoro that
Maul was registering. Kept going till
tho bitter ond.
The remit was more or less free,
ly preJIUoil by experts who follow
the game, but, still, there Ih no tell
lug how a polo "tauie may end.
And yrsterda's match was very
Interesting from another point of
view. Lots of people wanted to
see how Maul would stack up against
the- Cavnlry.-for then a lino irilght
bo gotten on how the Valley Island
ers would do against Oalm on Sat
Hard to Tip Result.
Ouliu defied tho Cavtilry by the
big margin,, of lG3i to 2V4 n week
or so ago, nud most people wanted
to see if Maul could equ.il or beat
Well, It Is up to thoso people to
p .k the winner of next Saturday's
game. Maul did not quite as easily
beat tho Cavalry, but, then, how can
nil) one get a true Hue on n polo
team? Did not tho Cavalry give
Kauai a great tussle for tho honors,
and then Oahu, which had beaten
the Cavalry with the greatest caso,
go down In defeat to Knual?
There Is a lot of luck In the game,
and although thu best team will win
out in the long run, there is no say
lug how, one Individual game may
Walter Dillingham plnyedd.sucli
maguincQiit polo against tho Cav
alry and did such lirllllaiu work that
there Is no saying how things might
go next Saturday It Walter plays up
In yesterday's game Krank Haiti,
win showed that ho Is there with tho
goods on a polo field, and that his
play against tho Kuual team was
not exactly his best form. Of
course, the Knunl men rode him very
closo and paid more attention to h'.w
than to any other Maul man, but,
still, everything considered, Frank
did his best plnylng, so fur this sea-,
Fleming in Form. I t
And l)avld Fleming also got back
Into his real oldtlme stride yester-
day aud delighted the fans with his
play. Some of tho runs ho made
Gome and See
For yourself what has made our place so
popular. ' Ifop in any time and iibtice
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Tho Two .Tacks,
Xo. 1 Captain Stewart.
No. 2 Lieutenant Sheridan.
No. 3 Lieutenant Hanson.
No. 4 Captain Foisyth.
the final result was: Maui. 12
half-time, Maui led by a score ofi'M'ul1 "elil-the lutcr-Ibland champion.
! ricmlnir. 1. t'avnlvvRteujQrf 1.
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were peaches, and It was simply hard played the gamo of his life agulnst H 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 ,
luclc that he did not xuire more goals' the Cavalry, nud hit up n long string Krcnt form, took the ball right down'
than he did. On one oi-caslou David 'of goals; If ho cim put up the same 0 vithln twenty feet of tho Cavalry!
Iook hold of tho ball at half-way kind of play next Saturday, MaulK0.il. Then he lost tho ball and tho J
nun, inking u rigni across me.
Held with backhanders and forearm
(IilvtM, shot fur' goal utter a brilliant
tun, mid Just mlsstd rcorlug.
Hanson, and Sheridan Good,
lltinncn, for the Caalry, nlso did
mine excellent work, utid he wns, as
usual, all over the Held Ills riding
down tho flt;ld and m-nred, the fans
of both loams rose on their toes and
jelfed their delight..
Shcrlduii puyed u, very good gamo
jesterdny, and ho scorned more at
homo than In uuy previous match.!
He hit well 'and , rode hunt? Ills
drives were excellent, mid' In thoj
very Intt few rpiiiids of play lit the
eighth period, he had tho worst pos
sible link, ns he lilt a goal two sec
onds after the bell had gone to nil
nounrn tho end of the match.
Captain Stewart showed up better
In yestcrdn's match than In any pre.
vlous ono, and lie mnde one goal that
railed for clieerB ut times, and when. t mo gamo thuu me score wouta in- hind, and after the
Ju the fifth period, he got hold of uicuie. ino uau wus Kepi going up nucknu up auu nail
the ball fiom u scrjnmage and, using and down tho Held all the time, and. tho Cavalry goal all
I, t.i ni.,1 rr.iiitlmii.1 .tir,L..u nu-u.l I tliero .wer tliuus. wIihii It looked 'as old Hlco nlaved n
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was n beauty. Ho took tho ball the Cavalry did good work and, try oon was nf r hi in and, taking tho
light out from the fuck and, riding as Maul lould. they could not score1 ball, ran ' i and hit behind. Han
hard and true, raced down and ' uuuln. Stewart made u beautiful "on hit cu' ad Sheridan helped tho
Captain I'orsth did good work,
alto, and some of his blocking was
Immense. The captain knows the
giimn, all right, and he keeps his
men posted on what Is doing all thu
Iletween the seventh nnd eighth
periods, Fjutk Hnldwiu wus kicked by j Hanson shot for goal and was block
a fiorse, and for a moment It looked ed by Harold Hlce, who took the bam
na If tlm Muni plmtiin'lin wnitlil.liot Inui riwit tnwnrils the Cnvalrv Koal.
be able to .ontlnue In the gume.
However, after a wait of u couple
of nilnulcH. Frank gamely remount-
ed'und went on with the play.
There were no other accidents to
spenk of, although several mallets
worn iimiion nml mm nr tvn inlnnr
falls took place Hanson came down I
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once, but stuck to his ny
scrambled to Its feet again,
Fair-Sized Crowd Present.
Over fifty nutoniobHes wero on
hand and a number of rigs nlso wero
scattered around the ground. The
auto bus run out from the ond of
the cur line, and It brought a crowd
of polo lover nlonR. Along the side- H II tt 8 8 rt II M n n SI tt U M
lines wr tu be wen men from Maul, 8 ' 8
Knual and lluwull, mid the gn-nteat 8 COMINQ EVENTS. 8
Interest was taken In the game by 8 s 8
the tlsltorx. 1 8 Secretaries and managers of 8
Next Saturday's Game. I M n,nlell cIlbs are Invited to tend 8
There In much speculate as to " In the dates of any events which tt
how thu game next Saturday will M they may ho getting up, fur In 8
go, and the opinions of the experts M erllon under the above head. 8
seem to he divided on the question.'" Address nil communications to 8
Frank ll.ildwlu looks forward to a " ,h Sporting Kdltor, U ul lot In. 8
real hutd game, mid, while hoping ni.ii 'l
to win, sas there Is no telling how " ", " ., , "
a ,,!., game may end. A"f - - J ,,,nn1''1":
Walter Dlll.'.ighu.n also lakes the J-0"'" J mtlt , ,
same .land, and hopes for the best. f0" V '""X " ": 8t
u ,.iii ... i ..,i i W Iahi s s. i'linnhoii. 8
Ham llaldwin and Harold Dillingham ,, . .. ,.',.
. . ..... i. . ' uahu Juniors, ii
make no bones about declaring that A . c A JfH ApahK
he game should be a hot one from Alg ,Iochn H ,.,,.
(iiu Biuri in iiuiBn, uuu inui uivru in
Modelling how the match will go.
To the onlooker the winner of next
Saturday's name.. la hard to pick.
""'I' 'or some years aim uiwhvs uc-
counted for Oalm. This year Maul
met Ka,ml alul had o nrt dereat
tr a long time reglsteied against
'uiem. uunu uiso weiu iniwii in ue-
feat to Knual, but later on gave th
Cavalry a worse beating thou did
Mm, f onleritiiv. Wnllnr nlllltlirllntii
win uh iiuiu im-iwii uu mo nme.
Hut, then, Walter will be watched
closely hy the Maul men, and he willed. Then Hanson relieved tho pres
llnil It hard to get away w'.tu tho! guro nmIi Wtu tnreo Mard dr,es,
The Play. w
Wlule Maui won'easlly clioukh
'"r as goals go, there was more tu1
If many moro goals should be scored
by both sides. The play, by periods,
went as follows. j after much jilny. around.conter and In
First I'crlod Maul playaduuii'StlieWront 6f thn Chviilr posts, Harold
n..t.i .....i f... .... i.-.. .,..... .iiinl.- -,.iOt ninlln hit n coal. In. IS mllltltei 31 sec-
the, throw-: Maul forcod the game
and 'Harry llaldwin, getting the ball,
made a run down and dually hit out
of bounds. Then David Fleming hit
to Frank llaldwin. who centered with
a backhander. Forsyth got hold,
from tenter and saved what looked!
llko a score for Maul. David Flcm-
lug returned tho sphore, and Frank
llaldwin scored the llrst goal of the
iiamo In 2 mill. 52 sec. After that
shot for goal, but Frank saved In
brilliant fashion. Then Hlce center-
ed anil Harry llaldwin hit behind.
Second I'crlod Hit out and cen
tered shortly afterwards, the ball
was Bent between tho posts by Harry,
llaldwin. Just 28 seconds after the
resumption of piny. Then the ball
wus kept going up and down till
I Hanson then made one of his dash-!
lug runs nnd hit behind -Just mlss-;irnnk imiuwin men excencu uiniseii
lug tho posts, Tho hall was lilt out and, riding hard, hit tho ball through
and then Sheridan did a line bit ot.after-O minutes 49 seconds of piny.
work, and from a dltllcult angle Score. Maul, 7; Cavalry, 2.
scored. There was a scrimmage thou' Sixth I'erlod Frank llaldw.li
In i in. mtililtn nf the field, nnd after drovo a beauty down towards tho
a lot of passing back nnd forth the
. .a n.ii .. i
i.iinm wn tiikurt .liiwii the field, nnd
after 7 minutes nnd 10 seconds of
play Frank llaldwin again lilt a goal,
The fl-ure nt tho end of Hie second
period stood; Maul. 3; Cavalry, 1.
Third I'erlod I'ralk llaldwin got
going soon after tho start of the
chukkn nnd, riding nnd hitting In :
Hotel near Fort
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8 Aug. 27t-Cordell s. Cornyn,
.tug. i,-nmni s. ton.
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August 27. Oahu vs. Maul,
three rcmaViIng Maul men each hail
a ,tt nt the clustvo object and mlm-
took the ball right down tho field.
Sheridan showed up brilliantly In
this play, and ho rodo lib man In.
' nwAAllntift sit 1a fit n lift 1 1 Ittdt 11 ft It A 1
excellent stle. Tho bull went be-l
hit out Maul
the ball down by
tho time. Hnr
treat camo now.
land when 't 'nilnutp 39 seconds had
elapsed, ho-Bcorcd Mr Maul. Then,
odds. Tho I.ellchua contingent tried
to force the play, but Maul would
wit be denied, nml wjien, the watch
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ticked 7 minutes ;i soconus, nauson
hit another goal for tho Cavalry aud
tho ecorestood: Maul, B; Cavalry,
Hi. Sheridan had lilt n safety and
that had to bo deducted from the
C.ivulry score of two goals,
Fourth I'erlnd Ilnnson showed up
again In hrllll ml fash'Dn, hut Frank
Kloiie along till uavo iiemtng grau-
ueil. nim, passing to i-riuiK, mo ini
ter shot It over to Horry, who scor
ed In 3 minutes 14 seconds. Thcro
was no further scoring In this
chukka, and the score stood .at half,
time; Maul, C; Cavalry, 1ft.
Fifth I'erlod For 5 minutes S sec
onds there was nothing hut lively
rushig to and 'fro, 'nnd then David
Fleming hit the ball down the Held
and Hanson got hold of It and with
four drives scored for tho Cavalry.
Cavalry goal and then Harold Illce
l.iut i.ttaua.l ..( rlurr llntirn fill nil-
Just missed bc ring. Hanson retail
uted and, making a brilliant run,
shot for goal and missed by n fow
( '. Then Dave Fleming got going
(Continued on Pace 10.)
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