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EVENING UULMVTIN, UONOi.UMJ, T. II . HIIDAY. AUO. 20, 1910.
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BETWEEN ISLAND CRACKS
t: :: u u n m u a u :i :: :: :: n
tt COMIHQ EVENTS.
tt Bccrctnrli-B und niaii,igiT3 of ::
it athletic cIiiIm nrc lultiil in ncii.l ::
Jt In tho dales of any nvfnta nlilcli St
it fllOl tll.1V 111. tM'fllni? (Ill fill- III III
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it Hcilimi iimlcr lliu iiIhivc liu.nl t
tt Address nil eoiiiliiiinl..illiiis In tt
tt Iho Sporting IMItor, U,u I lot In. U
ft Auk. H7.-N. (S. II. vm
tt St l.nuls m. Mnrlui
tt Hi'pt 3. Miliary vs. Mkilura; Ht. tt
tt Louis vs. I'uiinliotl,
tt Oahu Juniors.
Oldtimc Rivals Will Meet Once More tt Aui 7. O. A. 0. .rn.
at Moanalnn All Eight Players it Auk. 27. .Mu iiocku v
in Good Form ronics Arc in tt aoir.
Splendid Condition. lit Aug 2h. i-'oursouu;. II.
J ft uuulii.i.
Tomorrow afternoon lit Mnanalu.t. tt v Fistic.
tlin nnnl innlrli of tlin Inlnr.lalnnil tt AlIK 27 Cllnll'll VM. (
scries will lie iiIidciI, wlicn Mnul ami!" A,,K 27. MctUiiti h. toll
Oahu will go up against lino another jj aiib-. 2. M.ilch
nnro more. All the games In Iho, n Tennis.
past between there two teams liavo ft August K. f). Mall Ciiji
licon splendid, anil llicro hIiouIiI be I" Polo.
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no illrfcrcncu tonmirow. Ilotli teams
huo hint sonio good practlnu aml t: :: H t: ::
the resulting ttrugglo should bo a.
peach nt a go.
The Honolulu men will lie Walter
ami llarolil Dillingham, Will uiiil
Sam Baldwin, mill n lino four they
arc, too. All tour men play the
game tor all they are worth, inn!
when Walter gets going on one of
his hunl -rlillng. long tilling num.
there In generally burnetii jig doing
In the way of scoring, Walter DM-
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uiifinmil in u imu mil , iiiiii no h'i,lu,
as they are mailu. lie will bo a tow
er of Htroiigth In lilx hIiIc, ulthough
tliero In no ilotiht that ho will bq
watchtil cli'ecly b' Ilia oipoiiuiilii
who will tin all M their power to1
prctent hlni getting nway with Iho
Tlinti ll.irr.1.1 tllll III I'luiti, lu milll
who, oniu ho gctH nriiiiKcil, will gol
through anj thing, ami ho will doubt.
Icrs Khnw home of IiIh best form
agalimt Maiili llarolil plaeil a mug
nltlccnt game ngnlust Knunl, unit hlu
hitting was clean ami good,
Ham llaldwiii It another line, daidi
Ing pliicr, and lie han bIIowii great
form on tho polo Held thin xu.ixou.
He neenis In bo nhviisH nn the ball
anil can hit with tlie best ot them.
When Ram niul Will llaldwm get
onto tlin ball, and Harold and Wal
ter Dillingham rldn their men. there
In generally vomcthlng btlnlng do
l)r. tlaldwln better kixiwu an
"Will" - Pi n dandy player, and he
rIIh hs biiirc like a (enlaur. I 111
hlltlug la Kli'iiu mid hard, and ho
ran lido on iih well iih an) body.
l'ur Maul, Fi.inK llalilwln will bo
the ni.ilnhtay, but tho other three
mon arc brilliant pla)crx. D.tvu
ricmlng Ib strlk lig hla proper polo
gait, and ho p1a)ed a lino game last
Wednesday; ha will keep thlngit go
ing tomorrow for mire. Tlion Harold
Itlco, who jboiMiiB to Improvn every
game ho playi), will keep tho Oahu
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should do as a warmer up for the
big ctcnts. The nhow will Mart nl
8 o'clock nml b) that time all 'the
regular light lullowcm will hu on
hand for sure.
MU. BASKETBALL TEAM
EIHB BY PAUL SUPtU
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The lad nlm It n tiling to hex nit)
Imil) frniii I.Vi In ll'" iiiiiiiiiIi, ring
hide. Miiillxm ilifciited Sarcinl In
ll'iiiiilulti. nml De .Millo In lllln. He
In mixluuit In get ii innlrli tilth ndiiie.
line brferi' lie Ic.iii-k for the main
land. ft tt tt tt it it tt tt tt ti tt tt tt it tt tt ti
All Mill frlnnilu nf Phil ll.iiilit nf llin
men gueuslng. nml It will ho u hnrd rjullotln Ktiiff. will regret to hear
in,,, ... n,-U. iiiiii ..... -...,.... ,,ml ,u u 0iuK rr ,o ('OIIBt (III
uarry iiaiiiwin win uoip uiuigH ,hu mtorlUt ill Ib knon by uvi-ry-
along, mid It ho hits iih many goals!
as hn did laRt Wcilneaday, ho will do
his sharn of tho play. In fact, nil
tho Maul plnwcrs will ho out to do
tholr best, and to provo that they
still havo tho M-alpa of tho Oahu!
body nml hu has friends all out the
Hands; It Is alnecrely hoped thai
"Dank" Kill return to Hawaii nel
within a few montliH.
Homo of the Kami polo kiiics have
IhjIo men. Tho game will start nt( beeirpiirchahM by tint Maul mon and
tho usual hour, and 'I gonx wltliout Hie small mounts will, in fntiiro gr.
Kiiylng that tho largest crowd of tho on Valley Island graRS ami think
year will bo around tho sldo lines. about their mates on Kauai
THREE BOUTS WILL BE
PULLED OFF TOMORROW
All Frincinpls Arc in Good Condition
PS? 11. & YIm 4 am A a 11 Ak.dhjh m a l
iillAC 4HIUII IU JkWCaCi; i.nill
hvcnr Much interest in uig
I.oers of boxing 'will havo amplo
opportunity to enjoy themsches to
morrow night pt the Orphcum Tlio
tiler, when three Interesting bouts
will .be slaged. The main etont, of
iiiiikc, will ho the return match bo
twtcu Coidcll and Coruyu, and a
leal good go should result. Tho first
(onlcst between the pair resulted fn
a draw after fifteen rounds of good
lighting. The fans are still divided
upon the question as to which Is the
better man of the two, and tomorrow
night tho vexed question will proba.
bl) be settled. Of tourbc, thcro Is
a i-haiuo of another draw ueing
fought, but that is a rcmoto poi8
l-ibi night there was n meeting of
those Interested in tho fight, and
Mlko I'aton was on tho spot to talk
over tho mien of tho go. Straight
rules wilt prcvull, and the men will
break when tavped on tho.rhoiildor
h) tho referee. Mlko Is as good a
referee as could bo selected, mid ho
will doubtless give n fair decision.
The contest will be over u fifteen
I mind course, mid It promli.es to bo
us good nml hard fought as that of
a few weeks ugo. Iloth men havo
worked hard for the go, ami they
will btep Into the ring ready to bat
tle from tho llrst tap of tho gong
until cither one man Is knocked out,
or time, Ib tullcd at tho end of tho
Cordell Js In better condlt'liu than
he was when ho last met Coruyu,
and hu Is feeling gooil ami bright.
This morning ho took u run out to
tho hearb nml hick again, and ho
was breathing very easily when ho
dropped into tho II tl I I o t I u, o 111 re,
.lack's bellows are in good oftler mid
ho li asiJilrpy us over; ho will sure
ly put up a great light tomorrow
night, uiiil tho fans havo u treat In
Pat Coruyu Is ready tn fight this
minute; he has not got an ounce of
superfluous flesh upon his body. 1'at
is In tho pink nf condition, nnd ho Is
as ready as ever to tnko n punch
In hopes of returning one. Whon
the men meet tomorrow n'ljht tliero
will be no mincing matters, nnd they
will roll Into one mother from tho
Joo McOuru'K debut will ho watch
rd with Interest, mid he ami Coll
will have a pix-round go. Tho "Oanio
Irishman," ho Med urn Is known nil
over tho Pacific Coast, Is reputed to
be a rough and ready lighter, who
(uiu tako an awful beating and thou
romo back and get his man. Coll,
who is u marine, Is a willing scrap
per, and ho will mix It to tho best
or his ability with .loo
Tho other preliminary will he be
tween "Scotty" and Thompson, and
Victorious Plnycrs Have Good Time
at Secretary's Home Much Fun
and Good Dinner. I
There, was n great time out ut
l'l ul Hupcr's place last night, when
tho victorious Y, M. C. A. basketball
team was entertained nt dinner by
the popular secretary of tho Atocl.i-
A dozen guests attended, nnd u
niOBt eiijo)nbto tlmo was spent both
heforo and after tho dinner vwia
served. (inmes of nil kinds wero
pln)ed, and then boiiio guessing com
petitions wero Blurted which proved
very amusing nnd clover.
Speeches nhout tho Y. M. C. A.
athletes wcru in order, and cvervonu
hud u good word to say for Iho
prowcM) of tho handball and basket
ball mon. Mr. Super wra nt his
best, and his remarks wero listened
to with Interest.
At It o'clock tho party broke up
mid ono mid all stated that tho even.
Ixig was most enjoyable, and Mr.
8upcr was thanked warmly for the
way lu whl'h he hud entertained
Iho members and friends of tho bas
1W0 GAMES'OF BAIL
SET FH J
Guards Will Play Punahou and the
Saints Will Tatklc the Marines.
Onto nmro the ball players will
get together, an I tomorrow after
noon, at tho league grounds, tho N.
(1. II. team will t.ieklu tho I'uuuIioub,
In tho first game, and tho Marine
nlno will go up iiguliiBt tho St. Imu'.v
aggregation in tho second.
Doth matihes promise to bo good
ones, and a fair-sized crowd Is ex
pected to roll up nnd watch the fun.
The (iuaril aio going to do their
level In t i. beat tho I'uns, and u
very ln'i -ting strugglo should
Tho .ttutB havo a strong team
mid they will give tho MurlncB a
hot tlmo of It for suro. Tho half
wets havo been plajlng a lot of hall
tills seaMiu, and they know each
other's play to a "T." Tho Saints
will havo to bestir themselves nnd
not tako thlngB too easily nt tho
start, for tho MnrlncB might get
such n long lead that they could not
ho overtaken. Tliero ; such a thing
as ovcr-ttinlldcnco. nnd mnuv n gmno
or rnco hns been lost In that manner.
j Tho revival of tho old league Is u
I good thing, and It Is to be hoped
lino scries una win no arranged tor
! next year will attract tho oldtlme
' crowd to tho leaguo grounds.
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JACK CORDELL vs. PAT COHNYN
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JACK COLL vs. JOE McOURN
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