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"MAUI NO KA 01" WAS THE .
SLOGAN ON SATyRDAYlGHT
VALLEY ISLANDERS DEFEAT OAHU BY SCORE OF 0V TO 3 GOALS
FRANK BALDWIN EXUELLS HIMSELF AS A JrOLO PLAYER
MANY PEOPLE WATCH GAME.
No. 1 Harold Rice.
No. 2 Harry Baldwin.
No. 3 F. F. Baldwin.
No, 4 David Fleming.
No. 1 Dr. Baldwin.
No. 2 Sam Baldwin,
iNo. 3 Walter Diljinghnm.
No. 4 Harold Dilbnghjm.
Umpire Lieut jnant Hanson.
Timers (J, W. Dcer.ng, R. W. Atkinson.
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The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great beauty and grandeur, unique in iti
Ktsemblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
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Eight periods of seven and one half minutes were played. At half
time (four periods) Maui led by a s.ore of 5 goals to 1 goal. In the fifth
chukka Mnui added one more goal, and the score stood nt G to 1. In
the sixth period both sides scoied one goal, and the scoreboard showed:
Maui, 7: Oahu, 2.
In the seventh period Maui forged ahead and established the rec
ord of 0 gcals to 2. In the final spa m each side scored one goal, and
the game ended with Maui having h t 10 goals to Oahu's 3. Maui was
penalized a quarter through Harry Baldwin's safety hit, and the final
totals were: Maui, 0; Oahu, 3.
All four players scored for Maui, and the individual scores were:
Frank Baldwin, 4 goals; Harold Ri e, 3 goals; David Fleming 2 goals;
Harry Baldwin, 1 goal.
For Oahu, Walter Dillingham and Sam Baldwin did the goal hit
ting, and their scores were, respect vcly, two and me.
ine icutc oyipnwas ana ine lines weie as iouuws;
Maui First period, 0; second pen'od, 1 (G723); third period, If
(3:24), 1 (3:28); fourth period, 1 (3:18). 1 (5:35); fifth period, 1
(6:30): sixth period. 1 (3tl0): sevsnih netted 1 (0:42). 1 (5:18);
eighth period. 1 (7:18). Total, 10; minus, y4 final total, 9.
unnu xirsi penuu, u; lcsunu perioa, u; tnira prcioa, u; luunu
period. 1 '4:11); fifth period 0; Wth period. U.(1:2G):" seventh pe
riod, 0; eighth period, 1 (1:34). Total, 3; minus, 0; flnaljotal, 3.
Amidst a brilliant gathering nnd
choired on liy thousupds of support
ers, .the Mnu unci O.ilm teams wet
on tlio Mo.maliin polo Hold last Hut-
Harry llnldwln did not bIiow up However, cverjthlng was to the good
so well bb usual, but he hit his goal at Moannlua, and on Saturday the
within a few seconds of the i)Pd of jell was Maul No Ka O ' ' ,
the game. Kverjbody was wonder-j nan
lug If nil the Maul men would ncore, hnin rj ii isrir
hut It was not till the erv end that WIIH M M 1 UAU ffflO
Harry put the ball through.
Oahus' Style. i
I'or the home team Walter Dil
lingham must be given a lot of I
credit. Ho was watched closely by jjig Gathering of Players and Friends
VERY SUCCESSFUL AFFAIR
the Maul men, nnd many the time J
thetycll of "Watch Walter!" went up
'YitjmFraink 'llaldwln. Walter, how-,
at Colonel Sam Parker's Beach
ncr, made man) brilliant runs, nnd The palatial residence of Col 8am
notwithstanding the manner In 1'urker was tlio scene on Saturday
which he was guarded by the Maul eenlng of u most delightful Informal
plaers, managed to hit two goals, luuu ghen by the Oahu I'olo Club to
i Saul llaldwln was right onto his the Malting cuius rrom .Maui, nnuai
Job, but the Madl- defense was too "! 1-cllehua. llob Shlnglo wns tin
strong anil time nftor thno his shots Kenlal host and Walter Dillingham the
Wfiro bloiked right nt the goal Hue. luasimusiiT. n uan ui.bj. un-u ui-
it ... ,.n ..,.i h..wvr nm niav I eI "'"t "" oae "" a Kcntucklnn can
e, a good allround game. l'roerly mingle a mint julep, and n
Harold Dillingham did some good ' Kontleman from Lexington mixed up
dashing runs, hut ns too well rld-j 0,,1' wo-gnllon loving cup. that
, ,.,,., ii.. aturted the fun gong Crusted with
den by Maul to have much chance n tat ntJ onu f e
" .1,!,', ' northern climes nnd surmounted With
Dr. Will llaldwln d d not have so crown of frB ranl lnlnt ,llt caeh
much trouble with his horws on .,., .,.,.,. ,,, fn. ,n n. fnrn,
Saturday as on prev Wis dftjs, and ,,, troubic8 H wnH gHrcly work of
ne maue some goou sirouei. .inuirt. As soon as the guests were sent
wns, however, too strong nil round.', (. rrnnl( u.,idttn nresented the lov.
and It was only Walter Dillingham ng CU, trophy to Captain Illro of the
who. in tno sixtn clitiXKa, nil a lino . Knual team In n neat speech. Hobcrt
REAL GOOD BUTTER
THAT IS WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY OF CRYSTAL
S P R I N Q S. IT HAS THE BUTTER FLAVOR, THE ODOR
OF THE DAIRY AND THE" PURITY Or THE LILY.
W. F. HEILBR0N and A. LOUIS..
drilling "Win 'fell nnd
nt time; tlibi we'aihor1' 'looked very
However- rnln ' cbnld not dump
the urdour or the polo fans, und the
Valley Island rooters were very
prominent with their jolls of "Maul
No Ka 01 "
And so It turned out In tho long
run. Muut plnod tho gome and
showed ,the Honolulu people that,
even though Kauai had won the
championship, the Valley Islund was
nt least tho noxt best.
Great Game. I
It waB a great game, nnd although
tho Broro looks one-Blded, the actual
play wni nothing of the sort.
The hamhoii hall wns hep going
up and down the Held nil (Uc.ttlnxv
and at times It wns Just a tot ui
at to whether a goat would bo lilt
For Maul, Trank llaldwln played
a great game, lln was all, over tho
field, and showed thn dash and hrll
limit riding that have endeared h'.ln
to nil polo followers.
Frank's drives nnd hacklinndnra
woro simply great, and his riding
off of his mnn was perfect. Would
that Maui and Kauai could meet
once more HiIb reason on tho polo
That the best team won Ihoro Is
no doubt Maul had the hall down
on thn Oahu goal I Vie most of tho
time. In fact. It was wonderful how
tho sphero was kept from going
through hnlf n dozen times. Harold
Hlce jdwt for goal four times before
ho soul od, and thn hall only missed Into his own on the polo field.
by n foot or so.
Ground Cut Up .....
Then David Hemlng- also took tho
hill down and. through hitting too
hird. lii!id several times before he
unA.l' Liu.... l'rnnb llnlilwlll ' WllO
plnved"h'splendld game, h' fr gVuI
many times and failed lo put the
hall strulght through. '" '
The state of tho gmnnd had a
lot to do with that, tin tho field was
terribly cut up by tho ponies. Tho
ruin had softened the turf and tho
horses soon hud tho ground looking
llko a Honolulu streot. At times
the hall would get Into one of tho
holes nnd nil tho players would have
n try to hit It, and m'tis.
Krnnk llaldwln plnjed a great
game, nnd his hitting nnd riding
were n treat to boo. Ho was very
determined In his play, and he kept
the rest of the team up to the mark.
Krilnk hiiK a, way of calling n spado
a spade that amuses the people on
thn Bide lines '
Harold 1110 was- good, and ho
goal and again In the eighth potted
another, who could make murh head
way against the Valley Islanders.
Exxiting Struggle. i j U
i i'Jhe game wn Vnuehlmoro exclt
lug one than the score would Uidl
cate, and time lifter time the ball
was hit from one, end Of tho field
to the other nnd back In short order.
There wore many exciting scrim
mages right on he goal llueti, nnd
just ns all tho spectators would
think n score Inevitable, tho ball
would be hooked out hnd again
taken down the field.
Big Crowd Present.
There wns a big crowd present
and pver ono hundred and, sixty au-
tomoblles wero stationed around tho
field. The Hawaiian bnnd was In
evidence nnd, under Captain Derger's
leadership, played good selections
during tho afternoon.
Many country people wore to bo
seen on the sldo lines, and many a
new lint was wagered on the result
of tho gamo. The nice brothers,
from Kaunl', woro ull for Maul or,
at least, It looked like that and
when Harold of that Ilk did good
work, theiu was much cheering.
Few Falls. J '
There were no aa'ldents to Bpouk
of, although one or two falls oc
curred, Walter Dillingham came
down once Just as ' Xfaul hit a gonl.
A lot of people thought that the
goal should not hnvo counted. Um
pire Hanson was a long way oil and
busy watching the ball, so he did
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Shingle led off with n seml-polltlcal
speech nnd each prominent guest
started some toast going. Walter Dil
lingham particularly thanked the Cuv
nlry tenm for teaching the old clubs
how to piny a clean game without
having to reflect on the ancestry of
some of your near relatives ns re
corded In games of the past.
Lieut. Hunsen of the Cavalry team
responded by saying that whllo their
showing had not been quite up to ex
pectations, they had hot lost hope nnd
oxictcd more players and better
Judge Wilder spoke from tho stand
point of the ''.'Onlooker" nnd mada a
ML Kvcrybody nnd everything from
tile host to the pantvi wns the subject
of a speech, und the guests numbering
about seventy, left, about 9 o'clock,
some for the boat, ome for the dunco
und some for the Orpheum.
it n n
DOTS AND DASHES. f
There were two games of ball at
tho Athletic Park jesterday, and It
was the Juniors who put up the ex
hibitions. The C. A. O. Juniors de
feated the mills by n score of H
to 1, and ' uro was nearly n riot
when one the Japanese run up
onto the hlcuchers and tried to hit
n man who had annojed him. Tho
Beiond game wns between tho Mu
Hoiks nnd tho rutiimna, nnd it end
ed In a win for tho Mu Hu'ks by a
score of 3 lo 2,
llilavcd the game that was expected i not see the fall.
I of him. Ie has a way of getting! Davo Fleming, In try:tig a difficult
the lial) as fooii ns.lt Is thrown In hit over his pony's neck, took a corn
by the umpire, nnd ho generally plete eoinersault, but landed safely
mnhages to start things going for on his feet. The field was rather
John lCvnns and A. K. Jordan won
out In the two-bull foursome at tho
Moannlua links jesterday. Tom GUI
and It. A. Jordan were tho runners
up, and the contest was a very close
one, as the winners only, pulled
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On one occasion, when tho gamo.lng on It, but, taking It altogether,:
v.is resumed In front of the Onhu; things were good.
goal, Harold caught the ball on his jiaui Hanks Second. ! The Becond game on Saturday was
mallet ub soon as Hanson threw It' Jlnul, by defeat tig Oahu, takes! between tho St. Unils team and the
and, shooting for goal, Just m'sed second place In tho inter-Island se
by a few feet It the ball had rles Kauai rankB first, Oahu third,
gone through he would have surely laud tho Fifth Cavalry fourth,
got the cpil kest goal on record. I The season has been most success
David Fleming plaed right up to fill and thn attendance large, I'olo
Ills nldtlmn form, nnd ho did somoi lifts grown in public favor, and noth
flno front and backhand strokes. His. ng elsa tins been talked for weeks,
two scores were the result of brll- Should the Kaplolaul Park iiolo
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Tho Two Jnckfl,
Hoiol near Fori
Marines, nnd It ended In n win for
the Saints, who put It over their op
ponents by n score of 4 to 1,
On Saturday afternoon nfr the
league grounds, I'unnhou heat tho
N. O II. nine by n score of 9 lo 8
and the game was a good ono to
Austin White Is doing well ntgoir
on the mainland, nnd ho finished
sixth out of sixty-four competitors
In the first regular contest at Del
Apau Law, n well-known Chinese
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some of his friends prior to his leav
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