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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, AUG. 17, 1911.
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Polo on for Saturday Should
Surpass That ot Last
tt SPORT CALENDAR. tt
it 1 - t:
tt Saturday, Aug. 19. tt
tt Polo Kauai vs. Cavalry at M- tt
tt analna. tt
Sunday, Aug. 20. t!
tt Baseball J. A. C. vs. J'. A. C. at tt
tt Athletic Park. tt
tt. Hawaii vs. Stars at Athletic luk. H
tt Saturday, Aug. 2C. tt
tt Helay Itace Ten .Mllca: Fit- tt
tt gei-nlil against Jackson, King, tt
tt Zlnks. at Athletic. Park. tt
tt Polo Oahu, vs. Cavalry at Mo- tt
tt analua. tt
tt Baseball All Chinese vs. Cavalry tt
ft n Attilatlf. llnrV. 11
I 11 ftundiv. Aun 27. tt
Onliti nnd Knunl (.bowed the enthu-
Hi8 tho Rrcntckt nml moit jfcrfect
rumu of polo on tin Montialuu Held last
Saturday that tin; Intcr-lHlund tnurnn
incuts hao ever Known.
It vuui nH hot n coutost, chuck full ria'sehall Hawoll vs. J A. C : tt
nr rnyinnn and chilli peppers, ever jj gtar8 va . . C. at Athletic tt
Kerxed to lili Majesty, Clvneral Sport.1 n Park. tt
It was lilff, han nul hammer nwojtt tt
from one period to nnnther, and the ttttttttttttttttttttttnnttttnn
O.ihuH won Jiiat because they could
Moash n little hit harder. I
The members of both team opened
up tlic "tin tittU-H, Krltttd their teeth and
turned on the steiim with the lever
thrown to last notch ahead.
It was a tough Ranio for nny team
to lore, nnd n meat, wonderful victory
for nny train tn win.
lint Hint irnmo. full of .crnn nnd flnllt
from the start to Its very llnlsh.ls all FitZQCrald Working Hard
an now; us iinsiiy recoru is wniieu, -hnp nai. Mnu H )nt
RELAY RACE MAY
GOES TO MAUI
IiIr In the hlxtory of Inter-Island polo.
Saturday tho fans will be treated to
another that, nccordln'ir to dope, should
contain more of the Jamaica than the
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other. Tho two contestlnR teams, tho,,,,,,,, . nM ,,.- 1ay nlead of tint
Firth Cavalry and Knuat, promise tho, ...,
,...,, . . . ,, ! twenty-sixth of August.
cuiuliHluruH iriiveuiiK uun mi Aiwuin-
lua next Saturday -the snappiest con- Tbli 1lan Is nKreenble to the three
eoetlon of clean, bard-fought polo ever relay men nnd tho ball players, but
dlihcd up before 'anyone. Fitzgerald has not stated jet whether
Million, tliu Hlcu boj-M will toll you,' this date would be suitable to him or
npoloKctluitlly. wns far from bis best not. A meetliiR will bo called for to-
fn the last Kame, but say that In tho morrow uvenliiR to settle tho chauKo of
i online event ho will show up , and .date,
kIiIiiu out ot tho thick of battle with It Is believed that Fitzgerald was
all. the brilliancy In him. The game, expecthiR tojiieet Kuoo over tho mara-
they claim, freshened up his playing- than distance on this date, hutiJIimnlu
wonderfully, und the nructlia held tills ran lie nssuretl rlRlit now tnai inu
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week will put tho llnlshluif touches on.
enablluK hlui to como through with
tho tirent playliiR ability stored In hhn.
Tho Kuuata uro nil rougli-bouse rid
ers, sp.irlnR neither hone, club, spur,
"Wnlnlua Ilorso" (s out of Iti until bo
Is offered f)G0O loso or win, and. this
necins to Ira Impossible, to bo Riven by
Tn null thu tcn-mlto relay rnco nft
mi, Labor Day will bet'U benefit' for the
iKir.iH'eii.thelri own neck.
i;iiarles Itlcu find' John Molina's runners, ns It being n holiday nioro
horsemanship Is unsurpassed, with tho funs, would turn out to see the race
other two ltlco buys following so c'losu',,1,,1 Imfcehall match. '
behind that It's hard to draw a dividing Tin) ball raiiio between tho All-Chl-llne.jniulf
'best to nay, the boraeman-j10e team nuil Cavnlry Is drawlmr much
I'bllHof :he Knuat team as u whole l nttcntlon. and the busebnll fans nre
unsurmsKed. -, lpxlous to see tho soldier team In nc-
Just what the 'Cavalry cart do re,-it Ion on a local diamond,
mains! to be seen. The team has work-1 In tho lastiencounter between the two
ed hard harder than any bther and' trains, tho Chinese came out winners
believes Itself capable of smashing by a narrow margin 2-1 after an cx-
loun nil other tenuis with fast horse- citing game. .
rldhiR nnd perfect stlckwork. As tho Chinese team loavestfor Maul
IluiiNon Is n daredevil rider, never 'nnd IIIIo tomorrow. It, li not expected
missing mi opportunity to swoop In to teturn until August .".0. This would
nnd Hush out ngiiln with tho globe In provent them from meeting tho Cnv-
I'ls pntfceksltiri. , ( I ulry on tho twenty-sixth. .
Korsjtli, ljuekemeyer nnd Bherldan It Is ulinost entirely up to Jimmy
linvo Improved under fully, putting up r'tzgerald to have thu dato changed
mi uwful rugged game tn buck against over to J-nlior Day, which falls on Men-
III all their iiructlsu games. With tho ilav. Hentember 4. 1
glorj' nml two cups,nt stake, they will! All the runner) nre training hard for
bo Inspired Into, nctlon, lit Monnnlua the coming event, nnd It looks ns
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The Imttb) to bo waged between Kn-
though the race will bo the prettiest
reliov race seen here. t
There Is no calling n turn on the
liril riiul the Cavalry should bo oie" Winners of tho relnj-. Fitzgerald says
liiuro suclncular than the previous thai ho Is going In do somo running
natch, for so much' Is nt stnke, Hhould,ln this rnCc, nnd King H going tn run
Kauai ((.'.it' thn"Cuvnlry nnd the Cnv-alo.
ulry skin Oahu out, tho tournament! tt tt tt
would bo culled off until next year,
There will be no" decisive game If each!
ti.nn wins li gamn and makes matters (
even: It will Just be considered no
tournament. . I ., . I t ' J
This makes wagering bad, because I
the last game w'nuld be like a nltrn-J
glycerine explosion. Jmt who tlieref
eree will ho Is not decided yet.
The teams line up' ns follows:
Arthur ftlce 1. .Lieut. P. Bherldan
In spite of tho boycott made on tho
Athletic Jnrk during the special Kelo
Charles Hire R Capt. Forsyth
Phillip lllco,,.,,',4..I.1cut, Quekemeyer
BRITAINS TO PLAY
IN NEW YORK SOON
.Lieut. A. Hanson serler., tlio park management: claims
the series a success,
The total gate receipts of the series
ran up to tt.000, ami It would easily
have reached $10,000 If there had lieen
no unpleasantness brought nbout by a
partial boycott started by somo of the
The expeuses of running tho mtIcb
will no doubt surprise man ns they
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The. International mnteh between
Orent Itrjlnln nnd tho United States to
ili.lnmHlnn li lilnli illlilxi' ultdll miiwif
A-..f.;.n V.e Vi, n,,v f.. win i totaled tflOOO. The park management
Plnjd mi tho courts, ot tho West Hl(,le J says It Is no ensy thing to promote such
Tennis filtili in New York some time u series. Thomas Treadwnj. who was
at thu head of tho management of
things during the scries, did not be
llovo they would gather In so muchnR
guto receipt. Ho says everybody
were making nil
Boys Leave Tomorrow For
Valley Isle and then
" to Hilo.
The All-Chinese baseball team, bead
ed by .Manager Kn Yate I'ung, will
leave Honolulu by the Claudlne tumor
low evening for the Valley Isle, where
It Is to meet some of the Maul teams.
The boys will leave twelve strong
nnd expect to do great things while
awa From Maul tho team will Jour
ney to Hawaii, where It will encounter
the tennis of the Rnlny City. The boys
will spend two weeks on the trip.
The team will bo minus three val
uable players Akann, Kn Sue and
Apnu, the old standby In the box. They
are prevented from going by business
The boys who are fortunntu enough
to ho uble to get nway will have u swell
time, and many luaus will be prepared
for them while on Mnut.
The llrst game will take place Hatur
lay afternoon tit 4 o'clock In the llttlo
town of Wnlluku. On Sunday the sec
ond mnteh will be played, at Kuhulul.
The team will remain on Maul until
next Friday, when It will pack up and
sail away fur llllo, where It will
meet some hurd nuts to crnck, ns llllo
has some good ball players and when
tho pick of the city Is put up ngalnst
the Cblncso there will be some hard
lighting for the gnme. 1 1 lit Vnnnnttn,
Kddlo Dosha, Alex Desha, W. Todd,
I.ymnn, Sam IIusHej and a few other
otdtlmcrs, who lira still In thu game.
will bo soma of the players In which
the Chinese team will meet while In
tho Crescent Clt)'.
The tiiitn that will sail tomorrow will
heJns1 fiMlowH: Ah Toon, c; Asnm, p.;
Ah I.ee, lb.; Kan Yen, 2b.; V. Aj'au,
ss.; L. Tin, 3b.; Sing Hung. If.; Chllig
Duck, cf.; Tin Yen,,rf.; A. Wong nnd
Kn dee, substitutes.
From the nbovo list Ah Toon halls
from tho Stars, I Tin nnd-tKan Yen
came from the same team;, Asam, rap-
tain of tho team, will be missed on the
J. A. C nine. V. Aj-au, who played a
swell game for the Hawaii last) Sunday,
will leave a big hole In the Hawaii
The team expects to como back with
colors dying, nlso with a clean sheet.
n tt tt
DRAW FIGHT IN HILO '
(Special II u 1 1 e 1 1 n, Correspondence.)
HIM), Aug. H. About ns poor nn
exhibition of boxing ns has been seen
In llllo for ninny months took place
last Saturday night at tho llllo Ar
mory, when Hen Ie Mello nnd Young
Urecnn met III u. ten-round contest. The
attendance was very small, and those
present were considerably disgusted
when the unuoiincenient was made by
Ilefereo Milne that the lighters bad
agreed that the decftlnn Wns to bo a
draw If both men were on tlujlr feet nt
the end of the tenth round. The dls
Rust Increased ns the exhibition1 went
Favorable comment wns beard upon
but .one particular of the! bout the
gnmeness of (Ireen. He wns outclassed
from the sturt, though De Mello wns
unable to put him nwny, and fctlll took
Kverythlng.tbat came his wuy nrlO wus
nlunys'looklng for more. At times the
two men wrestled nil over tho, floor,
while there was considerable hitting In
the clinches which was supposed to be
barred, and there was little or no clever
work. Hen showed belter action with
Ills', left than he has In hbi previous
contests, throwing Qreene't. head back
ucaln and again, nnd worrying him
though doing little damage. The two
men never should have been matched
In the llrst place, nnd another boutsut'li
as that of Saturday night will hurt the
sport locally In n manner which It will
take a long time to recover from.
FAND0M AT RANDOM
between St ptemher G nnd ,10. It U up
to lhiKlnud to agree ntn tho dates
Tim country which manages to win
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for the, )a, is ;m, linown us tho high-
i kinds of money, jfThey would have
est trophy for tennis.
made several thousands If tho boycott
Tho tennis ulavers In Australia nre'hnd not prevailed. Tho park manager
talking n grent deal over the piny for ment cleared t2000 net from tho series,
tin. Davis Clin nt tha present time, as I Some mnv nsk how tho expenses rnn
It looks us though Anthony Wilding po high. Just its nn example, half of
will not bo nlilu to play for the Alls- t10 expenses went for the teams, tho
trnll.ui team In the coming tennis con- j,(; Rlm nf ,3!;00 ii.ieR this. It took
''I' ,, , , , . ., , 'lienrly t800 for board for tho Kelo
Now Zealand has been tho place ' ' ,., .,. .i. wit,u,i
.i .i.w. ii... Ini. ,.,,i iii tram which residing nt tho Wnlklkl
i... r i.i ., i, n,n ,iinw,.t i,.'ntM cliibhouso during the month of July
this yenr. I"riti theso llgnres It will bo seen
a s m I Hint tho venture wns not a losing one,
Frank Chance, leader of tho Chicago
Cubs, has come'to tho front nnd picked
the winners of tho coming scrlei of tjio
big lengucH. Ho claims the Athletics
will win tho American League pen
nant easily and tha Cubs that ot tjio
National League. This meuns that the
tame two clubs which met, In tlio
world'H series Inst year will again bat
tle for tha supremucy In 1911.
Thero Is doubt whether Manager
Mnrcalllno will allow Ills three Chinese
plnj-ers tn make tho trip with tho All
Chinese tenm to Muul tomorrow, nwip
needs them for (ie gnme ngnlust tho
Hawaii, mi Sundny. Tho SurH huvo
made a iiood start this series, und lie
wants tho team to keep tt up lf
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