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Polo Match By Youngsters May Be Staged At Race Meet Would Be Feature Event; Maui Horses Will Arrive on Sun day; Saportas in City Ther may be a jiossibllity that a . polo match will be staged between th kid teams during the June race meet, and if the committee does decide to tage at leabt a fcrir period match, the plan is certain to meet with the approval of many lovers of polo. The youngster who have been play ing in the practise games to date have made a big bit, and they would be given an opportunity to show their wares before a large crowd. They have studied the game, and would be certain to make a hit, if this event is scheduled. The Pololtti Clarej?e Coo'te, Walter Macfarlane. Henry Afong. Harold Er-iinnn, Buster Brown, Jack Walker, Fred Troiter and the youthful Peter Hannfn should be given an opportunity to shjw what they can do before the public. T.'n is a real opportuniiy tc jrese it me growth of polo in Hawaii t tho gen eral public who have heretofore not been interested in t' is game. John Grace. Walter Macfarlane and others are interested fn this p'an, and if the members or ths committee want a real attraction nsiri? fr-jm rac Jni they could not do better than . stage a four period mat:h on June 11. 8ap"ortas Here for Meet W. F. Saportas, who was assistant secretary to George Cxke last year, is again on the Job, and his presence will assure some real work on xmc part of the committee Saportas ha thrown his hat in the ring, and will be a busy man from now on. Sapor tas knowa the racing game, and will ' k imm a.lrUMnn to those who are working to make the big June meet a (access. Th Maul horses will arrive on Sun- j day, and Inasmuch as the first day's ;' meet Is only one week away, racing v roaain will be in the air from now on. V Fraacis B. Copra. Knight of the Glinn, Dick Tflburn, Will Owen, Luau, Whis tling Jenny and Kaploiani will be among the entries from Maul this A year. . Workouts at the track for the next week will consist of L:ght work, and VUQ I U1AXI? p III W va uivu v i-flrst day's meeting. Mary Jay step- ? f m w n a w rf 1 1 ia rMinsan wrxr rna (1 -' il m . At a .ft. 4t-1 A. t dm a tnii in in ten iui woraouu ' and Oneonta and See bolt were sent a nfTa mit a -Mifav In 9 t - has been riven some fast work at the track and In a recent . workout '.went three heats in 2.23, 2.18 and -) HIV. -Km.. -V,m... ka. tyim mtnr a rnadv for n crnori rare. Hlilv " Bor worked thro beats in time around 2.23. A a V a a. a . eausiax, jaonawa uoy ana nooer , ww come aownirom ocnoiieia. lae v daughter of Rock Sand will perhaps ; enter the mile and six furlong event " while Mohawk Boy will enter the 1, ? 1U and hurdles. Robert will enter the hurdles and V miles. Tickets will be placed on sale at v E, O. Hall & Sons on Monday. Since the announcement that the Maul Straight Republican 6 Ticket MAYOR 7 john c. lane x 1 supervisors I ACHI VAHIA X ; AKNOLD X BERLIN A X ; HOLLINGER .X ! LOGAN .'. X ? MOTT-SMITH X ; AUDITOR ';. JAMES BICKNELL . .X J EDWARD HOPKINS X Vote the Straight Republican Ticket JUNE 5 Advertisement NO Moanalua Gardens, Golf Course aikl Grounds dosed until further notce err account o horses were coming. Interest has re vived, and prospects are bright for an excellent race meet. With Fairy Mary, Mary Jay, Iabontan Water and other entries ready the outlook which was clouded at one time looks espec ially bright at this writing With the hurdles. Roman race, giris' race and pos'b'y Pol Dtcb, the special events ought to be pleas ing to the followers of racing. Rac ing; is in the air at this time, and from now on the dopesters will be telling how they ought to run. WILLIAM CULLEN LEADS IN PHOENIX TOURNEY William Cullen leads in the Phoenix Club billiard tournament being played for the Julius Asch cup and a cue pre sented by J. K. Moffitt. George Macey has not lost a g&me and Chris Beck is up in the standing. The standing to date is as follows: Won Lost William Cullen 19 2 16 3 13 3 13 9 10 0 10 t 9 t 8 t 7 5 7 10 7 10 6 5 G 5 6 6 6 7 6 13 5 10 5 16 3 13 3 5 1 6j 1 s! 1 3 0 4 J. K. Waimau. A. E. Carter... George Macey J. J. Millsteln. Peter Bernal . Manuel Paresa J. Ordenstein . Frank Murray C. Mirtsching . J. K. Moffitt... J. B. Enos C. F. Johnson. R. J. Blake A. W G. S. P. W C. S. B. L. Leithead. , MAJOR LEAGUE RESULTS YESTERDAY NATIONAL LEAGUE .on Lost Pet. New York 20 11 .645 Philadelphia 21 ' 13 .618 Chicago 25 16 .610 SL Louis 19 17 .528 Brooklyn- 13 17 .433 Cincinnati 17 24 .415 Boston. 12 17 .414 Pittsburg . 13 25 .342 AMERICAN LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. Boston 25 Chicago 27 New York 19 Cleveland 23 SL Louis 17 Detroit 15 Philadelphia 13 Washington 13 12 13 16 21 21 21 22 25 .676 .675 .343 .512 .447 .417 .371 .342 GAMES TODAY National League Boston at Cincinnati. ' Brooklyn at Chicago. New York at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Pittsburg. American League Chicago at Philadelphia. SL Louis at Washington. Cleveland at Boston. Detroit at New York. COAST LEAGUE Won San Francisco 35 Salt Lake 29 Oakland 27 Los Angeles 25 Portland 23 Vernon 24 Lost 22 23 27 28 30 33 Pet. .614 .558 .501 .472 .434 .421 Yesterday's Results At Los Angeles San Francisco 6, Los Angeles 1. At Oakland Oakland 12, Salt Lake 2. At Portland Portland 11, Vernon 10. Games Today Vernon at Portland. San Francisco at Los Angeler. Salt Lake at Oakland. CONNIE MEYER WINS DIVING CHAMPIONSHIP Miss Constance Meyer of the Mult nomah Club of Portland, Ore., won the national women's indoor cham pionship In fancy diving in Portland on May 20. Helen Hicks was second and Thelma Payne was third. All en tries were from the Multnomah Club. Miss Aileen Allen did not compate in this event Miss Meyer finished sec ond to Aileen Allen last year. HCE anil W. Somebody Is Always Taking the II i : ! 7? Joe j JJ Th5 go.mg to Be )Tnew6G our. D Di5 5UASE S5 ((H AT it I ECONfoM ICAL. 5V6TCJV, you IN youft ATTEMPT j . IS To PL AT r0 DO WHAT YOO TminK ii Jia'l ( havoc- Figure t ht but sc iemce J 'V y QQT VOQft'SCir -jrjgui-S US That -J U v ""V 1ST SOU BASEBALL WINNER (Special 8Ur 'Bulletin Correipondanc.) SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, May 31. Yesterday afternoon the 1st Squad ron of the 4th Cavalry defeated the 3d Squadron on the Castner diamond by the sc,ore of 12 to 8. This was the first game of the squadron series and was a slow game, both teams lacking practise. The box score: FIRST SQUADRON AB R BH PO A 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 5 0 Suggs, p Zella, lb Aoules, es Epperson, If Ames, cf Walker. 2b Crane, rf Tronlbater, 3b. .... Ernest, c S 5 5 5 5 o 5 1 2 0 10 1 2 Totals 4R 12 12 27-10 7 THIRD SQUADRON AB R BH PO Newton, 2b 6 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 o 2 5 10 0 1 2 1 1 0 Blessing, ss. 6 i Sullivan, c. . 6 5 4 2 4 4 4 2 Zimmer, lb. . Roach, rf.-3b. Boorman, 3b. Gibbons, If. Smith, cf. ... O'Berts, p. Moore, rf. . Totals 48 S 9 27 8 3 Batted for Boorman in fifth inning. 1st Squadron.. 0 3 0 0 5 0 4 0 012 3d Squadron ..1030200208 Summary Two-base hits, Moore, Crane, Ames, Sullivan; double plays, Ames-Aoules, Newton-Zlmmer; .base on balls, off O'Berts 4, off Suggs 4; hits, off O'Berts 12 in nine innings, off Suggs, nine in nine innigs; struck out, by O'Berts 6, by Suggs 4. Um pires, Gantz at plate, Wade on bases. Time. 2:15. KAIULANI WINS ONE FROM I0LANI SQUAD The following games were played at Aala Park yesterday afternoon: Kaiulani 9, Iolani 5; Cen. Gram. 23, Kauluwela, 9. Games to be played today: Kaiulani vs. Kauluwela; Cen. Gram. ADRON IS HEAD0UARTER8 MILLS AND HIGH vs. LiliuokalanL Won Lost Pet Kaiulani 9 1 .900 Kaahum&nu 10 2 .833 Royal 7 4 .636 Central Gram 5 6 .454 Kauluwela 3 . 8 .271 Iolani 3 9 .258 Liliuokalani 2 9 .181 LOBSTER SALAD PATROITIC IF YOU HAVE THE PRICE LONDON", Eng. Maxims given wide distribution by the food econo my department of the food ministry include the following: "Rich people who make their din ner of lobster salad are good patriots. The rich man who eats neck of mutton and bread is not." "The woman who wastes a crust Wastes a bullet." "Eat slowly and you need eat less. FJve people out of ten are digging their graves with their teeth." "The du6t bin swallows the food of millions. SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE $1j00 PER MONTH Delivered to cfflcrtaken at Ntwscart .' HOME- NEWS AGENCY tVholesale and Retail TEAM WINS IN GAME AT POST (Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence) SCHOFIELD BARRACKS. June 1 Headquarters Company, the prime favorites in the 1st Field Artillery league has enjoyed some pretty rough sledding during the past few days. What with a 12 to 0 defeat at the hands of the St. Louis Collegians on Sunday and A Battery trailing their colors on Memorial Day, the wigwag gers were beginning to lose all hopes of copping the trophy. Yesterday, however, they came into their own again by shutting out B Battery by j four good aces. No one will deny that i Charlie Brown has a splendid team, but there are many in the upper end of the big post who believe that 0 Battery, the champloQs of last year, j have an excellent chance to win out at the end, vhile still others think that Sergeant Burnett's outfit will fin ish on top. Even D Battery has a fair show for the honors and the other outfits have no reason to be discour aged yet. Many who enjoy these games from the bleachers and sidelines say that it is not very "ladylike" to criticize the umpires so much. The work of Sergeants Donohue, Miller and Bur nett id as impartial as any fair-minded fan could desire. Boys, be real sports, and accept the decisions of the ar biters as final. On Saturday there is to be a warm contest staged between A Battery and Sergeant Cumberland's giants. While trie lowiy liees have sustained many losses this year, none of them have been by large margins, so that Cap tain . McCleave's cohorts will have to work earnestly and continuously to come out on top. Won Lost Headquarters 6 1 A Battery 5 . 2 C Battery 5 2 D Battery 3 4 E Battery 2 5 F Battery 2 5 B Battery 1 5 Pet .851 .711 .714 .428 .283 .285 .166 A card has been received from the St. Louis lads expressing thanks to Lieut. Andruss for the generous hos pitality accorded them last Sunday. The college boys state that they did not dream that "army chow" could be so delightful, and that to know tun enlisted man is but to like him. Can't Do the Work re A bad back makes hard work harder. All day the dull throb and the sharp, darting pains make you miserable, and there's no reat at night. Maybe it's your daily work that hurts the kidneys, Jor jar ring, Jolting, lift ing, reach ing and many other strains Cur the do weaken them, kidneys. Use Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. They have helped thousands and should do as veil for you. "When Your Back is Lame Re member the Name." DOAN'S BACK ACHE KIDNEY PILLS. Sold by all druggists at 50c a box (six boxes $2.50), or mailed on racalot of price by the Hoiliattr Drug Co or Bsnson, Smith & Co, agenta for the Ha Joy Out of Life f Mother, may I go out to swim? Yes, gaid the mother, but if you desire to swim in the two nights' meet on . the harbor, you w ill have to file your entry with John Soper at the Hawaiian News Company before 5 o'clock on Saturday. 4- This will also apply to the male section of the universe, and all swimmers are expected to 4- have their entries in by that time. The meet will be held on the nights of June 9 and 11. An epidemic of typhus has broken out in Germany and it grips many in dustrial centers. Advertising is the heavy artillery that blasts the way for personal sales manship. The wire en tanglements of smugness and indifference disap pear before its mighty ef forts. You might try it in your business! THE AD MAN. Whether stopping here for a day or for the summer, you will find this a hotel of per fect satisfaction Bellevue Hotel GEARY AND TAYLOR STS. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Solid Concrete Structure ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOOF Every Room with Private Bath Headquarters for Island Residents European Plan, $1.50 per day up American Plan, $3.50 per day up Special Monthly Rates MORGAN ROSS. Manager. Honolulu Representative: WILLIAM L. WARREN, P. O. Box 769, or Telephone 2273 ii' .1 New stock of Silk and Crepe Pajamas for Men JAPANESE BAZAAR Fott St!, opp. Catholic Church By BRIGGS IIUIMttltAUtli TO PLAV TODAY Mills and .McKinley will battle at .Mills tliis afternoon in a game whlth will perhaps settle the second posi tion in the intersc holastic league, should the Saints go through the sea son without defeat. A rinse pame is looked for, although McKinley is expected to pitch Xu shida. The Hoy Wonder is a real pitcher, and .McKinley should have th'? advantage in this department. W hether or not Xushida will be able to stop Okino is a question, but if given good support nue'nt to have an edt;p on Alin Soon Nam. Mills has a iiuai'er 01 good players, and with Sunn Hung and Wall Han the linkup -should cause the high ; school team some trouble. Both these ' players have been picked by Pacific j League players as real stars, and ' Mills should have the best of it ! around the second sack. STAR BULLETIN GIVES YOU TODAY'S NEWS TODAY H. 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PHEZ fairly teems with the piquant flavor of the luscious lotarv berry, from which it is made. : . ait ':n-'''-' i" Absolutely freefxomfermeatatioa Vflt AllirOliniaiDS ju say trnru. 'v; -r . nniini nun r"fcrw". WILL BE CARD Two Games Will Be Played 3 Moilnli: Asahis vs. Healanis; Filipinos vs. McKinley Two games are listed on the pro gram for Saturday afternoon at Moili ill Field, and prospects are bright fo; two good games as the Asahis wil meet the Healanis and the Filipino, will clash with the McKinley team. The Asahis will meet the HealanU in the first game, and inasmuch at Manager Harry Decker has strength t-ned his team the Asahis are expecte to hae a real battle. South or Bush) nell. two speed hall artists are slated to work for the Healanis, while Mae sake will perhaps be sent on tht mound for the Asahis with Nushidl held in reserve. Asahis Show Colors Manager George Murakami of th Asahis showed his sportsmanlike spirit at the meeting of the Pacifll League last evening when he askej that the game which was won by th Asahis be played over with the Ha1 waiis. The Asahis were awarded th4 game, and without doubt any protest would have gone in their favor, bu Murakami decided that for the goo of the game it should be played over This leaven the Asahi percentage at .."M0 and the Hawaiis'at .333, tied witt McKinley and the Healanis. ShoulC the Healanis win on Saturday thet would jump into third place behli I the Braves and St. Louis. South is ! Rood pitcher, and the Asahis are er pecting a real battle. The Japanese fans of Honolulu have flocked to sup port this little team, and their show ing to date has been a feature of ths Pacitic league. In the second game of the day thl Filipinos will battle with McKinley. Lani; Akaua ha3 been coaching the Filipino team, while Henry Chilling worth is looking after the interest ol McKinley. These two well known play ers who are members of the saml team will fight ort their battle on th bench. The Filipinos have lost Doth gamed to date by close scores, being defeat ed by the Braves and Asahis. They have played a great fielding game, but have failed to hit hard. Lang believeJ that the Filipinos will 'Jump out of the cellar with a victory over McKIn ley tomoirow afternoon.. Biuio, the little left hander who held the Uravej safe for seven in nings, may pitch, or King may go oo the mound. Lurio will perhaps be the choice as backstop, and this player, who is new to the league, is certain to make good on past performances. Duke at First Monsarrat, Maisichi or Girdler il expected to hurl for the McKinley team, and Duke Kahanamoku will be seen once more at first base. He made a ood showing the first time out on Decoration Day, and the mem hers of the team believe that he will develop into a real star before the sea son is over. On Sunday afternoon the All-Stars are going to make an attempt to dem onstrate that it was all a dream, and v ill go after Fort Ruger in earnes Johnny Williams may be, the selection J to stop this team, and Crumpler will be saved for the next game with the j Wreckers. Henry Chilllngworth is j anxious to win this game, and Stewart also wants to creep out of the cellar iat the expense of the Stars.- So a ("good battle Is expected. mm m . j Miss Lorena Carroll, daughter ot j Joseph D. Carroll. New York., who i left a large estate, applied to the Sur- rogate's court to have her allowance I increased from $2678 a year to $13,178. She is 16. - ult or ye Medicta Mrp re-feteo to apppKiaUd, on wry Prices $8.00, Black or 7a Lingers ON SAMOA) 1 A C 3 a DoUtstwI rm. 'h." C'fr f:Aeata lorTerrltoryJ waiian Islands.