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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, AUQ. 21, 1911.
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Gery Street, above Union Squtie
Juit oppoiln Hold St. Frtncu
Eurooean Plan SI. CO a day up
American I'lan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
ings cost $1!(JO,000. High cl.utj
hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus
meets all trains and steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawaiian Island headquarters.
Cable address, ' Trawets' 'A tl. C
Code. Heservationa made through
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Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Franciico
Under the Management of
FACING thfl beautiful park
In (lie heart of the city,
,, which It the theatre of
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tlrnunient and atmosphere, ex-
presses most pleasantly (he
comfortable spirit of old Cal
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Kauai Fights Tooth and Nail
to Finish of Extra Period
St "Rnmp a wonder and clean all IS
It the way through," Ha8 every tt
it one. tt
tt Lieutenant Quekeme)er, Cay- tt
tt tain uf Cavalry "I don't know tt
tt when I lime enjojed playing tt
tt with a team moie than I did with tt
tt Kauai. The ilayor3 acted Alio tt
tt all the way through and iilnjed tt
tt exceptionally clean and friendly, tt
tt I have no excuses to make wo tt
tt simply did our beat and tost aft- tt
tt er a hard fought game." tt
tt (leorgo AngHB, Ileferco "The tl
tt teams wcro most evenly matched tt
tt and I think tho team with the tt
tt greatest luck won nt In tliq ninth tt
tt nnd oxtra period. Tho gamo was tt
tt as clean as could he. No III feel- tt
tt lag wan evinced throughout tho tt
tt cntlro fray. Taking It all nnd tt
tt all tho game wnB a wondor." tt
tt Charles Rice, Captain of Knunl tt
tt "It was a great gamo one of tt
tt tho cleanest I ocr pl.ie, In tt
tt each side had to gtvo and take tt
tt on account of slippery field, tt
tt Oalm will have to play a better tt
tt game, than they dlu" against us, tt
tt to beat tho Cavalry. Tho spirit tt
tt was flue all through the gamo. tt
tt Next Satm day's gamo will he tt
tt an) body's tho one with the tt
tt horseshoe In their iiockct." tt
Knunl 7, Cnvnlry.G.
Amid conditions that were far from
fnxorable, the rain falling in a spite
ful manner, the Held sllupery and
badly cut up, Kauai and tho Cavalry
waged a battle for'blood and honors
of tho day that will never he forgotten
by thove so fortunate in witnessing
Kauai skinning the Cm airy out by
one point. It was n clonic game
that dolled tho ory rages of the heav
ens. In Its bicikneck dashing and
smashing from one end of tho Held to
the other. In n most persistent man
ner, the rain tried to dampen nnd les
sen tho fury uf the raging lire but
nuthlug doing a tidal wave could not
hmo extinguished tho bent. Hashed
from the brilliant, dazzling rays of
great, wonderful playing, than shown
In all Its glory from tho ttmo of rtnrt
tit tho very finish, when Kauai
pranced trlinphnntly from the grid
iron, victorious amid a bedlam of toot
ing horns and cheers.
Tho wonderful game, played a week
ago Saturday, seemed destined lo go
down in polo history ns tho greatest
ever beheld on these Islands, hut Sat
in day's contest trapsed gingerly out
onto tho center of tho stage nnJ lit
erally shoved the one standing In tho
spotlight, far Into tho darkness and
then stood magnificent In Us clear-cut
It was spectacular from tho woid
go nnd kept tho fans breathless, won
dering with ees widely extended,
what was going to happen next. It
win nip nnd tuck throughout, n won
der of a gamo to win nnd a rough,
cruel gaino to loso . The teams woro
tinlned to tho minute, prepared to
fbre tho hardest ordeals that could
nrlso. They took no quarter, neither
did they glvo any, but smashed, tore,
fought and rushed one another about
ns It their very lives deluded on tho
outcome. And wlthaU tho hard,
gruelling fight, there was not ono
lustancq when tho play was not con
ducted cleanly or ill-feeling shown be
tween tho team members. It was ns
clean and friendly ns an Inferior
practice game. Tho Held was terribly
slippery auc) bndly cut up, inviting
many accidents to occur. Few acci
dents happened however, nnd thsso
wcro very trivial. George Angus, ref
eree, treated tho spectators to a
laughable fall, when he was bounced
from his mount, after a had collision
with n player, nnd landed squn,ro in
n soft, slushy pool of mud, Lleuton-
nnt Hanson fell heavily in tho I.rst
period and Charlie Rice, Captain For
syth, Lieutenant Sheridan and Lieu
tenant Hanson, not to bo outdone in
the act of graceful falls, took nasty
spills soon after, but quickly ic
Tho turnout wns ery great, prob
ably -.r.O autos were ranged nlotig the
side lines, filled full of excited en
thusiastic funs. A, good many of the
Maul pcoplo were present amongst
whom wero Frank nnd Harry fiald-
wln, Lctlchun was well represented
and tho side lines wero packed with
army folk from Uncle. Sam's encamp
ment. The air and beautiful Mounuliui
hills rang und rovcrbernted the 'In
tense, rooting put up by tho respective
teams' ndmlrors. Never a second was
there a chance for a lull and quiet
ness, tho gamo was so fast and fu
rious. Team work was perfect on each
side. The stlckwork and riding wero
beautiful to behold.
Mullua of. Kuuat was easily the star
of the game with tho otljer members
not fur behind fighting for second.
Mullna Is sure wjth his club and
jvthen ho connects with tl)e sphcro It
sure does get over somo ground. J to
Sviib tho man tho Cavalry were wish
ing had, noier heard of polo, and whom
tho Kauai wore thanking their stars
jho had, Tliu threo Itlco brothers put
up u remarkable exhibition, never
overlooking a change, tji.iotno, thrpugU
with plays, that proved the downfall
of the Cavalry.
Lieutenants, Ilnnson nnd Sheridan
put up n game that would bo hard to
eqilal nnd played their positions liko
champions. Almost every mlnuo of
the Kuuie they would Hash out In re
innikable maiinor nnd do extremely of-
ectlve work. '
Captain Forsyth nnd Lieutenant
Quekemeyor more than held their own,
with their rugged riding and line stick
work. Kvuryono rode, at it nervo
thrilling speed, unmindful of tho bad,
dangerous condition of the grouhds.
lloth contesting sqiuds made the snmo
number ot goals, but the. total was
changed on account of safeties nnd
fouls. At tho eighth It looked like the
Cavalry would nchleve victory, but tho
sound of tho gong at the end showed
tho score n tie. An extra period won
then decided upon, to play until cith
Kauai had tho IncWtnhlo horscshoo
In their pocket nnd copped tho decid
Tho following skeletonized sum
mary will show when tho points wero
made and by whom, K Kauai, nnd C
Cavalry, for htlcfness sako:
K. starts with a rush, sweeps C.
aside. Mullna drives first goal In .1
minutes. C. then does somo heavy
smashing. Sheridan pilots sphcro be
tween posts In G minutes. Nip nnd
tuck for next goal (' scores safety,
V4 point off. Gong. Score, K 1, C .
Start near goad a heated battle forc
ing (Ito make surety, after 1!V4 'l
utes of" smashing play Mallnn drives
a beautiful goal. Hall Is then chased
around In exciting manner until C.
Hears goal and Knisyth puts tho ball
through after 5',5 minutes of piny.
Tough scrapping lo end. Angus fulls
from horso. K foicid to make two
sareties, losing 'i point. Scoio even,
1 !i points to each.
ltaco throughout. Time and timo
again goals vero driven lor but
missed. .Mullna- finally Hashes from
mass and shoots hall homo utter 4
minutes of 'piny. Another hard strug
gle stopped by 'gong Foul ugalnst C.
takes off ',i, point. Sioro K 2'-, C. 1.
C. stcnls hall and eludes K Han
son forces two bonis In - minutes and
H minutes. K. then hii ish C oft their
fei't and Mullna oiup more makes n
point after 7 minutes. Cong. Scoro
K 3',&. C. 3.
Most exciting nnd much rushing
about, hut neither could cop n point.
Whirlwind stnrt by K, who gqt point
nindo by A. Hlce In IT, seconds. Tug
and lug for honors until end when
Hanson smashes a' goal In "'A min
utes. K, loses Vi point on safety.
Score K. 414, C. 4.
Seventh Period. rt
Alter heated fight lasting r.',i min
utes Arthur nice adds point to K.
score. Moro hair pulling. Tho gong.
Scoro K:.'4, C. 4.
Fight full of cayenne. Teams smash
nt one another for' blood. Spectators
driven frantic with excitement. Han
son llys from horse, gets hurt hut re
sumes playing. Mullna scores beau
tifully In 2 minutes nnd C. recipro
cates by taking 2 points mado by
Sheridan. K. loses 'A on safety.
Fans crazed and yelling. Tennis
tear nt ono another like demons. Ma
llnn sneaks from mixup and drives
tho pill home, making In G minutes.
Thnt vanquished 3. Final scoro K. 7,
Next Saturday nnother great gamo
will takep laco between Oalm and Cav
alry. a tt t:
YACHT HAWAII ARRIVES
The yachts Hawaii and Mollllou ur-
lived homo yesterday atternoon from n
pleasure trul'n around tho Island.
Tho' Haw nil, commanded by deorge
Cro?!cr, arrived 'In tho harbor at 3
o'clock." Itay Illetow, who went along
on tho cruise, reports a flue trip and
wys that tho boys pll had a kooiI time.
Tho Mollllou follow cil tho Hawaii nil
the way round nnd Mulshed nt Pearl
Tho Hawaii made fast time on the
cruise, nltboitijli It was not n race,
tt n u
Harney Joy was on tho bench yes
terday for the 'first time this season.
Harney loves to ploy ball but 'Oh!
My sore thumb!" prevented him 'row
depend upon proper nouriih.
ment a balanced ration. The
moit frequent lack li bone-forming
material, cautinj toft, weak,
dlieaied, crooked bone.
supplies every element needed, t
It's a balanced ration for bone as
well at flesh. Every child should
have a small dote dally.
I i -i V
Boys Out at Fort Shatter See
Good Game Played An
other Match Soon., .
liver since tho bnscbnll season open
id there lias been much rlvalty be
tween tiHins nut at Fort Shatter. Many
fiumcs have been plued to determine
the Miijiuplonshlij of the batta)lon, and
ns nn outcome, tho Company U men
decided that they wore na Kood as any
liinlii flint "f, ir finlrta m n itin tiltsn"
iviiiii i V'V uXi IMS (I""V
l.iid so lsued a chnllenice to the rest
of the battalion lor a game Saturday
luminal a picked team chosen from the
letnalnlng threo coiniianws. Out; on
Saturduy, much to thq disappointment
of tin) men, rain coma down n tor
ivnts and the irnmc wns postponed
until Sunday, In tha meantlmo Man
ager Drew was busy picking his men,
n ml when he mado his rounds of Com
panies V nnd 'It ho found that he hail
enough' irood player to make up. the
nine, so did not visit Company K, say
ing lie would keep, them In reserve for
another game which In. to como off
soon. Company a prepared1 Its regular
team nnd did not change the list of
jlu)or, uilntj tlio same lineup n for
the entire senson.
tDrevys.and.Uoloun kc.pt the, hits down
until the third was reached, when Com
nny O netted' two runs off Drew, who
seemed to lovo tho ball. The picked
team camo back nnd scored ono In Its
half of the Inning-.
In tho'llfth the champions added two
more runs, nnd tho "Dopes" ndded one
more to their credit in the Mxui.
The seventh wmr proverbially lucky
for the, "Dopes," ns they managed to
get four men ovtr tho plate In easy
fashion. 'This gave them a lead, over
the champions. There was no further
scoring until tho ninth, when each team
mndo n run, tho gamo therefore Kolng
to the picked team of tho post.
Company (1 Ilolnun, p.; Itoberts, c.i
HnntWi, lb.; Doliskl, :b ; Pletrykowskl,
31.. ; Hlierman. ss.; Itllea, rf.i Tntum.
ir.i Frltts. cf.
All-llnttullon Drews, p; dee, c.;
Salisbury, lb.; Rlroh, 21).)' Collins, ,3b.:
Ynger, ss.; Woodruff, rf.; Straus, If.;
Crnnt, cf. ' .
Company fl 0 0302900 1 C
lAll-llnttallon .. ..00100140 17
h tt at
Tho Hul Nnlu Is certainly getting
popular, ns more nppllcntlons for mem
liershlp nro coming In every week since
tho club mado such a wonderful show-
lug In the uquntlc meet held In tho
harbor somo time ago.
The swimmers who do not belong to
the (.lull believe that If they enter tley
will do great stuuU when the next
races come off.
At n meeting held nt tho homo of Don
Lemon Inst night. Prince Jonah Ku
lilo Kalanlannnlo wns elected an hon
oraiy member of tho Hul Nnlu.
Manager Thlelo of tho Moana Hotel
was also elected, to honorary member
ship He has taken gjeat interest 1n
There wero eighteen candidate seek
ing admission to tho cruh nnd all were
elected regular members, which brings
the totali membership up to fifty, which
is going some.
Tho Outrigger boys will have a dlfi
lerent story to tell after the ocquatlc
sports In future, as their rivals are the
best In the Islands In aquatic events.
Deputy United States District, Attor
ney "mil" Raw lint, who Is also a mem
ber ofttin club, Is Rolng'to make a
trip across tho continent soon, and
whllo In tho Hnst he will order fifty
bathing Butts from Spalding's, with the
Hut Nnlu monogram on tho front,
Tho club will now turn out crews for
rcpulur training for the regatta which
will be held next month.
GO! GAMES ON
Standing of teams of the Kauai base
Pv W. U pet,
Maknucll 14 .11 3 ,7SC
I. time 16 1Q G ,C5
Kllauca, IS 9 6 .C0Q
Kleelo .. ...... ,,.j'4, 7, 7 .609
Kolua IS 0 10 .375
Homestead 14 5 9 ,357
Kavvulbau IS 4 U .207
Hanslti Junior Lgu. '
P. V, U Pet!
Hannlel 7 7 0 1.000
Awa ItootH ,1 1 ; ,333
Ilaena 8. 1 V 125
Down on tho Garden Island, base
ball Is tin. main attraction In sports,
and evert body who. t.an llnd time to
fee a kqiuo travels, miles to the 'ball
grounds eatl Hundqy.
I There nro teven teams In the league,
add all are playing somewhere every
Sunday. The boys 01 e having the time
ofthelr live, with IIib good old Amer
ican game. N
. The teams nre given fre transporta
tion to nnd fro when they play teams
uwny from home, nnd this has helped
n lot to make the sprles'n success.,
Ijist Sunday the ball fans were treat
ed to the best gnme rdnyed on the
Garden Island si Inr' t'lli 'senson. The
game took place, at Llltue Park before,
0 largo crowd of, fnn, ln-tjvenjn the 1.1
hue and Homestead nines. It took
twelvo long Innings bt-rr the, game
turned Into a victory for the farmers,
by the score ofiU-IL,
Another good, gnm w,n, that p)ayed
at VnknWell, wh'n the homo ten in
trimmed tho Koloa. 8-C. The Mnku
well team Is, q strong one, and, It looks
like nn easy winner of tho series. The
Fuw-oth boys of St. I.ouls CollcRe nnd
Clement Aklnn are some of the , star
At KUnuea, Woods, who ptlched for
the home, team, kept the. Elcele bunch,
dpvn to a 0e sco(q of, 3-3 up to the
Inst Inning, when the Elceles danced
around Woods and batted his curves 'to
nil corners of th field, lleforc they
got through with him he was done for
WILLIAM DESHa'IS STAR
. IN CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
, The Mooheaus have cinched the
championship of1' tlio' Hllo .Baseball
Leaguo by, uVfeat'ng the Hllo' nine to
me tune ni u-2. li wns nn easy vic
tory, nnd due to the Desha boys, who
piled up five of the eleven runs. .
1 Four Desha brothers were seen on
the" winning nine.' UIU Desha', the pop
ular ball player of the Hawaii team of
the Onhu I-engiio, who was visiting In
ltlio last week, made a record Yor him
self In the gnmo by netting tlireit hits,
Jne of them n tvyn-bagger (Alec De
siin, who occasionally iiltchW for the
Hawaii team here In the Inst series,
pitched winning ball for the Mooheaus.
All through the game Alec worked with
a free delivery. His speed nnd shots
puzzled the Hllo players, nnd there was
no chance for them to sccurn moro than
two runs. The winners played nn er
rorless, game. Alee sent fourteen men
tq the bench by the strike-out route
before he got through with them. Pill
Desha played right field, Alec pitched,
George held down left field and Eddie
covered the first cushion.
FANDQiv? AT RANDOM
Qeorclo Mclntxro. tho "Irish" on tlio
llawall nine, made a big. muffle off
Cordelro'i easy sky In the very first
Inning of the Star-Hawaii game yes
terday. No excuse for hlin for he had
ntblg enough mitt to catch tho ball
wlth.i Sumner came to bat and landed
another sky to Georgia and Corderlo
thinking he would fumble It again
run on to third but'the "Irish" liId
It' tight this time and both were out.
Manager Marcalllno of the Stars
held down first cushion for his team
yesterday. He played, his position
well and Williams kept blm busy
when ever there was a man on first.
"Klddo" Chlllngworth, while urn
nirlmr behind tha bat. nleased the fans
with his Btrlk-er one. Henry knows
tho game 'thoroughly and he did, well
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