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OfltlOPOLO Ill TJIW n ILK SOITOEUEtJ; trWIBTJLLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. - I 't-2WtlT(v t(7iVFi?l I V rs-il Kiy i , i f 7 , J fi IT'V I M T . - 'II Ax, -.1.1 i.fi fx rl I 15 U rinriki VkWri U n -iaer-v-i f FIRST Gful Field ArtiHery Four Easy for Locals Who Show Ex ; cellent Form By LAURENCE REDINGTOf Oahu 14 'A, let Field Artillery 4U. JT:ainjc excellently as Individuals, holding tosetlier fairly well as a uim, especially on the iefene, the Oaha polo team rode rings around the Artillery four yesterday at , Mosnalui Held, winnlns the opening game of the 1914 inter-is!and championshjp series wiUi ease. 1 lad the match been a handicap, instead of a scratch affair. the local team could have conceded the 10 coals allowed on. the tttinfe of the An'erlcan Pon association, and still, have won with one-quarter of a goal ' to ejiare- :. . :' j . , Tne came ' was icaiurea oy some really brilliant stick work, and some hard ancle goals that were exception ally well executed.. 'The ball was out of play much less frequently than is usually the case In an Important match. and the fact that there were compar atively fed hlt-.ns showed that the goal snorting was excellent. " A combined total of 21 goals, on a field that was badly cut ny, enow? considerable ac curacy In the scoring department The winners were better horsed than their opponents, and this difference In mounts was especially noticeable In the second half of the game, when the ponies were out for. the , second time. It wan not, however, a; racing game, the condition of the field being against fast play, and the game itsejf being somewhat sticky In consequence. On revcr?! occasions, though, Harold Cas us or. Sara Baldwin, mounted on some- xthtng really fast, got away from the bunch wilh a chance to extend, and when tills happened. the Artillery po nies appeared to be hitched ta the side boards. ' ... :' . ; . ' ' Soldier Score First. : t The game started within a minute or so of 3 o'clock, the scheduled hour, with Lieutenant C. K. Lyman of the .- 4th Cavalry ' acting as referee. The ' Artillery won the toss, and Lieutenant Beard chose to defend the mauka goal. ' TSa ir14f At 4Va .ws iKfil in. ponents, and Ueutentnt Dodds, No. 1. m lie DUIUiCi B CUE. LUC J UlB J t Ul LUC11 WIT put the ball through, In short order for the first score of the game. When the ball was ' put in play again it went down the field In three shots. Castle making a pretty goal at a difficult an gle In 20 seconds after the thrdw-ln. A foul against Castle mde the, score 2 to Vz In favor of. the Artillery when the whistle blew, . , In the second period the OahuTteam got going better.' and there was less bunching. Baldwin and, ; Macfarlane each put the ball through, while & foul was called, against Jotter hls jut a diSerent complexion on the game, giv ing Oahu a lead of 2H to ; ; Goals by Castle and IUce for Oahu, and one by Naylor for the Artillery, came in the third, while a foul against Macfarlane and a safety by. Dodds tx-ok a half and a quarter off their re spective scores, v In the fourth Castle nrt MnrfnrlanA strain ' RPorpd. while the Artillerymen were unable to getlat schofleld the ball through the white posts.'the score at half time being 6. to 2, ; Two a Period. - 3 ; 1 " In the fifth there was a long scrim mage la front pf the makal, goal, the ball hanging between the ponies', legs for what seemed an interminable time, nd finally going through off . Dodds' stick, Castle came" back with two goals, one of them being nude in three strokes from beyond the center of the field after the whistle had sounded time. , . ,. v In the. sixth the Oahu player? piled up three, making their average two ler period. Castle contributed two and Macfarlane one, a beautiful strike un--der his pony's tail. Beard scored fo ; the Artillery in this frame, this being the final score for the, light gunners. In the seventh Baldwin and Cbtle con tributed, while; Macfarlane was charged with a foul. Cattle's goal was one of the prettiest of the game, the Oahu captain cxtching the ball after a diScult. pass by Baldwin, made al most from the sideboards and at a hard angle." v; Team Wcrka Well. It looked. In the first few, periods, as though, the arrangement o( the Oahu team was faulty, it being an expert tnent to ulav Macfarlane at No. 3. It took a counle of periods for "Mac" and Hlce to get going w ith any degree of smoothness, there being a tendency to nlav too close toeether. so that at times the Oahu defense was dde open. Especially w as this . true when Rice rode In to' meet a ball, the opposition being uncovered, and no one ready to ride after the ball In case of a miss, which, on the rough field, had to be considered' as a possibility, no matter how: accurate tne back's stick work. In the third period, however, the Mac-farlane-Rice combination' found Itself, and from then on worked smoothly and fwlth a clear understanding of the fun Jamentals of team work. .Castle has decided to line, aip his team in' the same order -when it meets the winner of the Maul-Cavalry game in the finals of the tournament a week from Saturday.- . . ' :, ' Individually Macfarlane was in great hjtting form, and, the. same nn; be Deis NEW-ATHLETIC PARK Saturday, Sept 19." HAWAII vs. PUNAHOU. . - s Sunday, Sept. 20. CHINESE vs. AS AH I. P. A. C. vs. COAST DEFENSE. Tickets, on. sale O. Hall & and at office; Park phone C122.'' Son, Main entrance on Kukul St. "Auto nctile entrance on Beretania St. map. Walter Macfarlane, Who Proved A Dependable No 3 For Oahu 4 : -;. I T 1 of the other Oahu jltyers, .jOwing tQ tbi JT n which the field cut up. the ball traveled in a Bertea of short hops, and time and again the players caught It off. the ground with sufficient force and accuracy to straighten it out for a run. Several times-- Castle got the white sphere on. the cane, and yet managed to traighten it out for a clean shot '. . ' ". : Gunners Surprised. r - li - V t) As to the Artillery team, their Allure to hold. the Oahiis icanibe laid ,t he. ract . mat tne game, was (07 fast Ior them? -The-nrcn xcemxm drtneOEdl&e; Wade ieVfaT1irnBaircKe. in a slower' game might have worked like a machine, but on the sloping Mo an'.lau. field, against players who are used to catching up with a fast-hopping ball, rather than hitting It while it hangs, they found the, pace too hot. The one-sided score was a surprise to the Artillerymen who Judged Oahu's play by the two wretched exhibitions a few weeks ago, and by the games against Maui. With Rice bck : in . the game,' and all four,' men working for all that was In them, the Oahu team figured considerably strong er, than at any previous time this year. Being a modest aggregation, the Artillery team didn't sound off before the game, but it was generally under stood that the gunners' expected to give the Oahu a mighty hard fight for the long end of the score. 'The Artillery tour turned out in dark red Jerseys and whi;e .helmets, and looked very workmanlike. They played a clean game; and took their defeat with the best of grace.- . i -Following is the score! - v r -Oahu S. A. Baldwin, No. 1: II: K. L. Castle (capU, No. 2; W. Macrar lane, No. 3; A. H. Rice, back. ArUUery Lieut W. H. Dodds, Jr., No. 1;' Lieut H. S. Nay lor, No. 2; Lieut L. A. Beard (capt), ; No.3; Lieut W. C. Potter, back.- v Oahu earned 16. less penalties ; total 14.''-' Artillery earned 5, "less penalties ; total 44- Individual goals; Baldwin 2, Castle 7, Macfarr lane 6,1 RIce .lJ Dodds 3, Naylor 1, Beard 1. Penalties: Fouls, Castle, Macfarlane 2, Potter; safety, Dodds. Referee; Lieut C. K. Ij-man. Time keepers: John Walker and II. Macfar lane. Goal judges: B. M. Sumner and S. ChllUigworth. , : - r ' WITH A HAIRPIN. - . K ,.We are closing up the house, prepar ing for our summer vacation.. "What are you doing, mother?" we. asked as we watched her locking the, back door. "Oh. this is my burglar proof lock," she repliecV-and we pronounced it good. She Ead hung a big wire hair pin over the doorknob, letting the ends slip, through the key and: spreading them a little below it to make 'assur ance doubly sure. Of course, It was not exactly burglar, proof what' Is but it would bother any would-be In truder to either turn that key from the outside or push It out of the key-hole to make room for his own. .Afterwards' she went to all the. win dows and twisted a hairpin around each lock in such a way that It would be impossible to spring them open, and ao 4 we left the house, with mind at ease. ' "-: - ' ;r Only that morning I had complained that the, water would not run off prop erly from the bath vroom basin and mother had whisked out a hairpin and, bending one end into a hook, had fished out a waa of .hair and ravellngs and a bit of sponge with it , My first thought hid been to call a plumber. Mother also used a jong hairpin to keep the drainpipe in the ice-chest free from stoppage. v and it ' has saved a plumber's bill for cleaning the trap iu the, kitchen sink. Wakeleigh Rhodes in Woman's World for September. i S; - ' i ; -S: ";: f i ,. i i 7 1 PnMM'C'- MACK tiAS NFW i WONDER; IM LLQYD DAYIES i Connie Mack has evidently -unearth ed another wonder worker In Lloyd Davies, . The youth. who haa. done some smart pinch hitting for the Ath letics, covered left field, in a game recently . for the Athletics and "was the champion's s most brilliant"; ' per former. He had a double, a single and -walked - once, while Jin addition Davies, ': who Is 'r-Just twenty-one .years old, came from y the : Amherst Agricultural College last June. He is a native', of Peabody, Mass. Davies is a left-handed batsman and fleet on the bases. Although he came here as a southpaw- pitcher. Mack Is de veloping him into an outfielder. YESTERDAY'S SCORES: . I , IN THE BIG LEAGUES I AMERICAN LEAGUE. v Louis Chicago 1, 31 At st St Louis At Cleveland Detroit 8, Cleveland 3. ; NATIONAL LEAGUE. j At Brooklyn Cnicago 2, Brooklyn 7.- K'.:-.'f-.vi':- .::.::- ::''.:;;'.; "-."': I At Boston St Louis 3, Boston & At New York Cincinnati 1, . New York 8. ". ; . . - At Philadelphia Pittsburg 2, Phila- delphia. 6.; , ; ? is . - . -- ii : -: y HOW THEY STAND NATIONAL LEAGUE: . w, -lI Pet .580 53 .526 .525 .473 ..465 .447 .427 Including yesteraaya games: Boston 76 55 New York Chicago . St Louis 73 71 70 62 62 59 55 59 64 63 69 71 73 75 Pittsburg ., Philadelphia Brooklyn I Cincinnati 1 m AMERICAN LEAGUE. Pet .657 .591 .522 .512 .477 .462 .452 .323 Philadelphia 88 46 ......... 78. 54 Boston 1 Detroit :V.......... 71 65 d 3 Washington Chicago 64 70 71 74. 90 St touis New York Cleveland, 61- 61' 44, TONIGHT'S BAND PROGRAM The, Hawaiian band will glye a pub lic concert at the Kakaako Mission this ' evening, commencing at(' 7i30 o'clock. Kapellmeister Henri Berger has ' arranged the. following program i The Honolulu Ad Club March. . Berger Overturer-Tancredi ... ". .'. .. Rossini The "Wahlawa March . "'. . . .". . Berger Selection A Runaway Girl , Monckton Vocal Hawaiian Songs. Ar. by Berger Selection Musical Review... Reviere Waltx The Sirens .. 1'. : Waldteuf el Polka A, Good ; Kiss. Coote ; The Star Spangled Banner , v - wise.;y . . A, man who-lives In oiir town, . ' Thought, he was wondrous wise; He jumped, into a business, r ; But wouldn't advertise. ' A ;; ; And when, he found. hia business gone, He tried a, metbod sane, : ... . ; , , He started, in to; advertise 1 And got It back again. Sale Lake Herald-Republican. , OIAIHTS WILL GO AFTi M TRICKS TO VI "Matty" Says McGraw Ready to Vary Brand o( Bair to Annex Games- By CHRISTY MATHEWSON. : Baseball runs In streaks.- -One day a club will go out and try something and get away with it, and then it will try something else and; get away with that Indeed, everything will break for it that day. It wins the game hands down and. looks like. a champion. The hit and run, the-double steal the squeeze, all go through as If they were greased. But the. next time, nothing wdrks and the team looks outclassed So far this season the Glints havt been depending., on two branches to win their games, batting and? base running, and this system hasn t worlq ed out to our unlimited success. Bos ton, on the other hand, has been try ing something and getting away with It very often, and so -has St Louis Therefore, the two teams have been winning lately. The Braves have hid a better streak than any other club iq the league and the streak has carried them far.. They have made the most oit. , McGraw Is Becommo Doubtful. , The Giants have beedtrying .Uwiii games on straight baswjall througt our supposed, superiority in hitting ,anc base running. Just: befog we sorted west. on this trip. McGrawrsald; ; v "We're going toVbegin: trying, some thing now! If 'we' get, ttway .with i about half . the. time, we ought to hold the. Braves, But we'reigoing to try tc pull stuff to. cross , upfc the other, side.' I don't look, to Jseefc the 3 Braves, wlri the pennant 'but, I am afraid they will hold us back, r and, " hold up ; clos4 enough so that, all the clubs will getj bunched up ?rQund,the lead and! somet other, team wdn come through and nose, us out stagings, nas, quite a iew double headers to piayjbefore the. end of ,tb e , season tand he,, is roing..' to JBnd the . traveling' much, tougher, when he iaces a scneame 01 - noiiDie "ceaaers wi h .only, thr.ee pitchers: L -. , Ever Indulges In ReparteeJ s7' Bottt-S tolliag'aftd -re-trymg' lO Keep me Boston piayers ' minas on the' qhamiohshiji'. ' Tse twd wise baseball.men know, the strain of chain- picnsmp dreams js more apt. to craca me ciuo, now man. anyjmng. eise. 'Have you spllt'up the winners share oi the money, yet. ; Johnnier.1 V'Mlke" OOnlln shouted at,' VEvers ' from.; the coaching lines when . the . Boston,' club was In New York! recently'. r It got to Evers.', -' :. ,.. - ' .x 5 :;';:;'! f'ljiavebeen in a. few, more 'world's, series than ypu' replied Johnnie, "and know : that you . can t . count on . any thing until the last gme of the season Is In. '. There's no ; use in. the j Giants splitting up, either.' quite, yef j Umpire. Has .Fun .With Boston, There Is an umpire - down, in the Southern league who thinks he Is a great Joker. ; When the Gianta were playing an exhibition game. in Atlanta several sprlngs.ago he precipitated. a row in which Devlin and two or three other New York players, became in volved. For. some reason ;-' this mn does not. seem. to like the Boston club His. name," as I recall ft 'Is, Brewster. From the time the season opened until the Braves - started on their magnifi cent spurt the first part of July Brews- 1 : . . Mm. M ter. Kept nring. vpuey aner vouey 01 postal cards at the different, members of tbVcluVon each, card asking some such pertinent question as : - ' - "How do you like It down there In last place? Do'1 you think . you are playing; with a big league team!' , wnen ; tne craves . were . in .. new York several members of. ' the team wanted to fire postal.cards at this um pire with a good come-back penned on them.'-"' . ''. -:::. " -V ; :: Shall we. Johnnie?" Devore asked jverss . . :;;: :: L r ;;;; ' .'' i' Not on your 'life, replied the shrewd little second baseman. "If w.e did he'd be tickled, to' death, because he could go around and sell our auto graphs after we win the worlds cham pionship j 'Vv.."' " Oiief Myers. In a. Slump."', , , '"J Every; ball' player snO'. matter ,'Jow good he, is, will' get a!treakr dhce In a while when pothIrig.r will break for him. ; Then cornea" the. worst battle that a Big Leaguer Is forced to face the fight to cure himself of a slump. Chief Meyers has vbeen trying to fight off just' such a slump before the team I left for the, western, trip. . The Chief I was glad to get a way from the Polo grounds!.' for, he. believed the. change of scene would ; do his general condi Uon good. . ' . ; "I've heen'ln a rut,' ; complained. the "Chie, "and IVcan'tseem to getout of it , ; Ive. stopped, everything that 1 thought would hurt mev I've cut out the moving picture'; shows because 1 thought they. mlghtV be affecting my; hitting, and I' haven't read the news- papers ,' for kmonib: so as to keep my mind off baseball except when on, the field. But no. matter, what "I, do, noth ing will break.mel Wheal try a throw in' a plhth,.Itgoes wide, and I can't hit the ball ( when- the ; blow; will bring a run acrpsaand win the game" . . McGraw Sticka to'Hfs Mart ': . Meyers has done better since leaving home and seems to be working out of the nit The way Mcfl raw, .treated J Mjeyers when the Giants were losing games is a great indication of how the boss of the Giants sticks to a man, and j demor rmr-Uar Much ts 1 Li l Parker (left) and Oss with. Coxswain : . : ' : : It also explains the reason for his abil- ity .to get good workout of some play. era, otner, managers, list as failures. Many persons asked me why McGraw kept Meyers working when he' had Mc Lean in reserve. Mac.w-feels.-that;if a player is taken out when he Is go ing bad he is, liable to become discour aged. This is particularly , true of a young player, but it also works out' in the, case of veterans like. Meyers." Mc Graw sticks to his men when they do the. right thing, by him, but a player wants to look out when he throws Mc Graw down. ' "' :;'; ' '; s v,:- Chance. Has ideas of Disciplined ; In his; handling of Caldwell, Chance has; shown that none of his ideas of discipline . have' -changed since he 'left thft Cubs, f Caldwell; was byfarthe' best looking -piicher bn theXewvYork American' league club and one of the best looking In the league. But Cald well would not . keep in. condition and l Chance' became exasperated and talked ; on a $300 fine on this star. Caldwell thought he had the Federal eague as an ace in the ! hole, but Chance ' stuck to his fine in - spite ' of the young league. And Caldwell will find he is up against it if he expects to jump.' sirfce he is signed to a strong contract! . Neither would he get along n the new league if he did not keep n shape.' Caldwell will have to come back to Chance, and It will be the best thing' that could happen to the New 1 York, pitcher. 1 Get In Shade B.V.D. t doesn't smother' ydu in p xilose fitting blah ke t of heat and dampness. M. Beine loose fitting B. V. D.-lete the perspir atibn evaporate and cools your body with a steady flovy of re freshing air. : - By . the way, remember that not all Athletic Underwear is B. V. D. On every B. V. D. Undergarment is sewed This XeJ Wvvtn Ubtl . MADE FOR TH BESTPrTAILTRADE (Xndt Usrf Xc. & 17 Of. ind Ffran Cmmtrtm) For ypur own welfare, fix the B. V. D. : . Red Woven Label firmly in your mind and - make the salesman show it to jrou. .That positiyely safeguards you.' B. V. D. Coat Cut UndershirU and Knee Length Drawers 50c, 75, $1 - and $1.50 the Garment 'B. V. D.'k Union Suits (Pat U. S. A. 4-30-07) $1.00, ' $1.50, 12.00, : $3.00 and $5.00 the Suit ; w B. V, D. Company Ne w York. I IV III I f Hi of The Myrtles; Expected of This Team f McQueen standing betwen them. Kodagraph Print' I ' O committees; WORKING FOR SUCCESS OR THE A. I I i - 4 r REGATTA DAY DANCE thus exchanging places with Fred -. ; j Wichman.? The Blue and White senior- . " Committees from the Myrtle and crew will probably enter the race Sat. Healani boat clubs are busily engaged i ura"ay morning in this order: -today completing arrangements for a I p- Cornyn, stroke; Wooda Low, No. regatta, dance which is to be held on 5 1 M A. XlcoL No.-4; Ed Hedemann, the roof , garden of the Young hotel 3; t Fred Wichman. No. 2. ' and Saturday evening. It was announced Charles Brown, bow. George Wllkfn this morning that these arrangements son and George McKinlay are sub are rapidly nearing perfection and that- stitutes. : - the tickets which the members of thej .The other; Healani crews will" line two clubs have had on sale during the up as fellows:; : ;' j ' ' " ' past two weeks are,nearly sold out. j, Juniors J. k Hcnan, stroke : ' 1 1. , V ; Since the inauguration Of1 Regattt 'Wodehcuse," Nol"5r E. J.' Hardesty,' day,, the dance which has - followed o. : W. S. Bowen, Na 3; R. Trot contest thus fafhas'neTer failed . eri" ffor2.and -HIrDerbytow. to "be a success anT It is the idea of .' Freshmen F. F. Fredericks, stroka; the committees this year to maintain it Bertelman, Na 5; J. Blaisdell, Na the usual high; standard of entertain 4; C. Butler, No. 3; W. JJarnhard. No. mept. la 'order to assist in the suc- 2. and J J. Hollinger, bow. - r cess of the affair, the managers of tho Senior Pair Oar-P. Cornyn. stroke; various beach hotels have- postponed- c. Brown,, bow; Low ancT Wilkinson, their,, dances scheduled - for, Saturday substitutes ' . ' ' . ' evening. In view of this, the members junior Pair OarA. B. Kroll, of the Myrtle and; Healani clubs have'gtroke; C. A. RIckard. bow; Derby , tendered a vote of thanks to Manager and Trotter, subsUtutes. . Hertsche offthe Seaside hotel and Man-. CoxswainsHarold - Kruger and agerKanne of the Waikiki inn. ..; (willle Rowat; -";r.,, ..... ' The Healani six-oared bkrges which More than 400,000 acres of arid and will be used are . the, Kulumanu and , non-irrlgable lands in . the" West have iwalanl. The pair-oar boat to be used oeen aesignaiea ror entry ,unaer tne enlarged homestead act le Sheltering -fe mm mm 1 1 1 V 111 vV 1 , . .. ... ... ... 1 , b . mm to go Rival Oarsmen Finish Hard V Work and Await Struggle With Impatience All is in readiness even now for the big Regatta Day celebration begin ning at S:30 o'clock next Saturday morning with the six-oared . senior : barge race bet ween- the Myrtle and Healani crews and ending at midnight with the Regatta dance on the Young hotel roof garden which will be given by the Myrtles and He&Janis Jointly. The Myrtles have finished the stren uous part of their training and this afternoon and tomorrow will do only light work, practicing ' on starts and swift turns, etc. One or two of the Healani crews will be put through n severe grind today, weather permit -ting, but physically all the competing oarsmen are in the pink of condition and their long training season Is practically ended. Because of their, "clean sweep last year and the large number of old oarsmen on their senior and -Junior crews the Healania are considered to "have the edge on their adversaries and this haa had its Influence so far cn the. talk of wagers, the support ers of the Red and White demanding odds or offering to wager that their men will take at least one or two 1 events. Because of the odds asked few beta are known to have been made thus far on the outcome of the regatta between the clubs. The Myrtles appear to be pinnlnff most of their hope to the chances of their senior aggregation. Though t only one cf these is a former senior carsmen mcst of the others rowed in freshman or junior crews last season, and all are husky youths. Another change has been made in the last few days In the Healani senior beat, Phil lip Cornyn, last year's stroke, going back to that position from No. 1 seat js the Klmo J-, with, the German River V boat as substitutej ' - ? The rowing captains of the rival club's, who are bearing largely the re ' , sponsibility for- assembling rowing talent and handling the business de- ' tails of the training season, are A. B. KrcII for the Healani and: George Crtzier for the Myrtles. The latter carries also the additional burden of . chief coach for, the wearers of the Red' v and White. . - v - . : As usual, careful preparation Is In . progress Hot the entertainment of 1 large crowds of friends at both boat hcuses during the regatta. Club rib bona .are; being, distributed , among . ' -members and friends for admission to the club house premises - that day, where " the events-ma)r be watched from special vantage, points The en tertainment committees who will have charge of this feature as well a of the dance Saturday, evening at the Young roof garden are as follows: Myrtles Jack D. Cleary. J. D. Pros- .' sen J. H. Hutchings, P. J. Bull and -R. B Rietow. Healanls Herman Lemke, George " E. Gall, W. T. McGeorgo, U M. Hale and A. K. Clymer. : , Fully S00 couples joined in the big ; , Regatta dance at the Young last year and more than this number Is anticlpa- ted this season. It' will be the only big feature of the evening la Honolulu, the Seaside and Waiklkl Inn managers ; having generously announced that -f they will give no dances at their : places that evening. The floor man- , agers " will be Jack D. Cleary of ; the Myrtles 'and George Wilkinson of the Heaiani3. ; -.'.. ; Stephen P. Russo of PeekskllL N. Y ' gave a, pint of his, blood : to save the ' i'-vii .!.-t'Ji:.c- l"NORMANV. , iThi' newest ;t-: 'V v '7. L 1 cq j- ' I 11 1 T f-; V.