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Building lot on King street SOxlSO.
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TO PUY ROLLER POLO
Skating nt ihe present time Is occu
pjlng the minds of ths sport-loving
public, Every man, woman and child
who can walk Is taking a crack nt tho
popular sport. There Is much talk of
starting rollor polo and It Is hoped that
h couple, of teams will be organized.
few have any Idea of the excitement
engendered In a game of roller polo.
Even tho hottest of baseball fans nivr
that baseball games aro tamo In com
parison with polo, ns far as excitement
i.ml Interest Is concerned. There Is
not a dull moment In roller polo,
which explains largely Its popularity.
I.Ike football, It Is n game of contiguity.
It requires skill of the highest order,
and affords abundant opportunities for
scientific play ns well as team work. It
teqitlres push, pluck, perseverance, and
nbovo M, endurance.
Holler polo can be played In nuy
building that has an unobstructed
lloor spare. The playing surface
should not be less than 40x80 feet,
but It Is sometimes played on a floor
CS x 38.
Two rushers, tho center, the half
back nnd the goal tender constitute
tho players on eiu'h Bide. The rusheri
must be swift skaters, adepts In jug
gling and passing, as well as nccurutc
shots for goal. The center must sup
port the rushers, Tho halt-back Is th4
most dlfllcult position. This player
fchould bo a sturdy, stocky fellow who
can block his man well. He must bo
able to pass the ball quickly, and with
gooif judgment and accuracy. To him
falls tho task of stopping as many
balls as possible that are directed for
the goal, and protecting that place as
far as he can. The goal tender must b)
n cool, nctlvo player. He must leave
his cago as seldom ns possible, never
quitting It, oxcept In the case of the
greatest emergency. Whcu tho ball H
In his territory he should glvo the ut
most asslstanro to bis rushers, ns bo
can be of great asslstanco to them In
locating the ball and advising them of
nny danger from opposing players. '
FIGHT LOOKS GOOD
Saturday evening Nelson and Mc
Faddcn will book up for tbelr second
meeting in the ring. Tho fight will La
of fifteen tounds' duration and at the
end of that time a decision In favor of
one or the other should bo given.
These lads will meet at the Orpbcum
theater Instead of the Opera House.
The Orphcum stage has been enlarged
and there Is now ample, room for th?
ring and F(cctatorg who desire stagu
Both fighters are doing hard prelim
inary work to condition themselves.
McKadden Is working as he never
worked before. He claims that ho
underrated Nelson In their last meet
ing and that he docs not Intend to bo
caught out of condition this time. Mc
Faddcn will enter tho ring with the
Idea of out-polntlng Nelson.
Those who have seen Nelson during
his training for this bout declare that
he Is Improving rapidly and that he
will Biircly knock the 'Frisco lad out
when they meet this tlmo. Nelson is
as stiong as a bull nnd has a kick like
a lightweight In cither hand. McFnd
den will bo kept busy avoiding hlr
rusnes Kelson is certainly lull or con
fidence and docs not seo how he can
lose. He Intends making a rushing
fight of It and will get busy nt the
sound of tho gong.
It Is hoped by the sporting public
that a referee wilt bo chosen before the
men enter the ring, so that the unnec
essary delay will not bo caused. In
the last two fights the referee has been
chosen nt tho rlngsldo and this manner
of doing business has displeased the
Scats will soon be on sale nt the Or
HARVARD IS IN A
Ht withdraws from football
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TI1UP.8DAY,
phcum nnd they are expected to ga
with n rush,
SPORTS OHLL SORTS
The annual Indoor revolver cham
pionships arc being shot oft In New
York. The best sroro to date Is 94.
II II It
Edward W Gardiner of N. J. won
the amateur billiard championship of
America. He won by a score of 300 to
it II It
Andrew II, Mauson baa won the
Southern golf championship.
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The Wanderers of Montreal won the
Stanley Cup, for tho hockey champion
ship of the world. They defeated Otta
wa at Montreal Wednesday by 9 to 1,
Tho score was 9 to 3 In favor of the
Ottawa players, but In the last round
the Wanderers won.
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Santa Clara College defeated the St
Mary's team hy the score of C runs to
4 on March 16th.
Portland, Ore., March 17. At the
Multnomah Athletic Club last evening
n rnteptlon and entertainment wns
held In honor of Bert Kerrigan, who
leaves on Monday for tho East. Ker
rigan Las been selected as a member
of tho American athletic team which
will compete In the Olympian games at
it it n
'resident Angcll of Michigan Unl
terslty thinks that football should b
(topped In High Schools.
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I'edlar I'almcr and Charles Lnmpey
met In n 15. round contest March 2 be
fore the newly-formed Loudon Sporting
and Dramatic Club. The content, whlclt
went tho limit, proved n stubborn af
fair, Lnmpey being returned tho win
ner on points ocr the once-famous
'Box of Tricks."
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A record time row mmlo by tho Cain
bridge University crew In practice trial
for the Oxford-Cambridge boat race ha
raised a curious discussion. Tho Cam
bridge crew was supposed to be n
tather Inferior one until tho record was
made. It appears that the crew h.ii
largely been dieted on eggs, which tho
Oxford oarsmen are Inclined to taboo,
and hence a hot discussion has nrlsen
as to the value of eggs In athletic train
ing. it ii n
John H. Gubblns, a noted Irish horse
man. Is dead.
"Hock" Keys, the champion light
weight of Australia, Is in 'Frisco look
ing for a match.
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Intorcst Is growing In the coming
amateur boxing chanplonshln6 that
are to he held under tho auspices of the
Olympic Club, Sun Francisco, About
a dozen Eastern boxers will enter the
It It II
I George Helberts Is to meet Kid
' Krnntz ot Valtcjo soon.
I tt II It
I Nelson received $11,771 for his Bhara
In the fight with McOovcrn.
I It II ti
' Nelson refuses to fight Joe Qans
under any circumstances and has
turned down nn offer of 325,000.
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' The Olympic Club of San Francisco
lias twenty fighters in trainlug lor luu
coming amateur contests.
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Jack Joyce, an amateur heavyweight
Is making qullo a reputation lu tho
ling in San Francisco.
I il i: II
1 Buddy, nyan's fighting days aro over.
POSITION TO KNOW.
bicauM th gam Is too rough.
MAHCII 29, 1906.
This clever welterweight bad one of
his eyes removed.
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Itufc Turner knocked out Young Kid
McCoy In three rounds at Stockton on
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Gnns was a 10 to 0 favorite over Sul
livan In their Los Angeles fight.
II II tt
Hiibe Ferns nnd Matty Matthews, a
couple of veterans, fought at Buffalo
on March 17 It was to have been n fifteen-round
go, but Ferns planted a
haymaker on Matthews' jaw In the
ninth round and the curtain went down.
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"Hock" Keys of Australia has Iwcu
matched to meet Mike Ward, the light
weight of Canada. They will box at
Colma on April 20th.
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McCarey, the Los Angeles fight pro
moter, Is figuring on pulling off the
May 8 Brltt-Herman, nt 133 pounds.
May 10 O'Brien-Burns, nt catch
weights for heavyweight championship.
May 12 Herrcra-Nclson, nt 133 for
tt it a
Articles of agreement Insuring a fight
between Jimmy Brltt of San Francisco
nnd Kid Herman of Chlcugo havo been
signed by both principals and forward
ed to Manager McCarey of the Pacific
Coast club, The fight will occur the
first week In May In Los Angeles.
Both men arc to weigh In at 130 pounds
nt C o'clock.
Albony N. Y., March 17. "Well,
that's what I call nerve," said "Ruby
Kobcrt" Fltzslmmons, tho pugilist, to
day, when papers were served on him
Informing him that Michael Huggerty,
who had stolen his $5000 French poodle
the night before, had begun suit for
fo00 for a mere punch on the jaw whlcfi
Fltzslmmons handed him in William
Haggcrty was arretted and charged
with grand larceny In stealing the dag,
but "Fltz" would not prosecute him
when ho heard Ilaggerty'a children cry
After his act In tho theater he went
Into the saloon to thank the proprietor
for a favor, aud there ho met Hnggerty
and a friend of his named O'Donncll
Hnggerty addressed tho pugilist, but
no attention was paid to his icnurks.
Finally, however, he became abusive,
and "Fltz" let ono of his sleep-producers
slide out, and Haggerty went In n
heap on the floor. 'O'Donncll butted In,
and he got a similar dose. Then "Fltz
"Now ho wants 1500 for that tap I
gao him." said Fltz. "Why, he ought
to be lucky that I didn't prosecute
A SECONDJOHN L.
Mike Donlln went on one ot his usual
sprees at Memphis last week where the
Giants arc training. He broke u bar
rel of glassware, Insulted a dozen bar
tenders, made a few passes at the cops,
slapped somo newsboys and consumed
n barrel of boozo. When It come to
palming a town a bright hue there Is
only one docs a neater aud more nrtlo
tic job and that gentleman is John L.
Sullivan. Only tho booze-route Don
lln Is to baseball what Sullivan Is to
After hi Memphis setto with Kins
Aicunui .tiugicy Aicuraw s patience oo
came exhausted and he put Donlln on
the suspension list
"I have put up with n good man
things with Donlln," said McOraw,
I 'unci havo done everything in my pow.
I er to keep tho player in condition. In
my mind Donlln Is one ot the best ball
players In the game today In the field
'mid at the hat. He proved this to the
public by his playing for the pennant
.and the world's championship scries.
I mean business this time and will go
McOraw, you are right. You have
put up with more from Donlln than
any other mdnager would. As soon ns
Donlln heard the newg he Indulged in
loud talk about jumping to the outlaws.
McOraw told him to sklddo If he felt
lift It, there would be a man to take
bis plnce. Then Donlln became pen
itent and hunted McGraw up and con
lesBcd he done wrong and asked for
giveness. Upon the promise of not
"breaking out" again this Beason Mc
Graw agreed to rclnstnlc him.
io m ti mro
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Of Hawaii For 1906
The $5oo Ocean Yacht Race Trophy
The Beautiful White Rock Golf Gup
The BU1LETINS S2000 Prize List
Consisting of a $J400 Rco Touring Car; a
$350 Kroeger Piano; a $5000 Insurance
Policy; a Silver Punchbowl; .a Sewing Ma
chine; a Store Order; a Winchester Rifle; a set
of Golf Clubs and Leather Bag; a Suit Case;
a Kodak Developing Machine.
The winner of the ocean race cup will demonstrate ths skill of his
crew and the fine model of his yacht; the winner of the golf trophy will se
cure the prize by good playing and steady nerve; but the finest prize of all
The Bulletin's Touring Car, will be a test of personal popularity that will
establish the reputation of the winner for the next twenty-five years. Every
one still remembers that Capt Slmerson of the Island fleet, won The Bulle
tin's Binoculars; that Jim Gorman won the diamond ring; that the Kohala
Club won the Pope-Tribune Runabout, but all these prizes put together do
not equal In value the first prize In the present contest the Splendid Reo.
This Is not only a business enterprise of The Bulletin's, but la a splendid
opportunity presented to the people of Hawaii. Both old and new subscrib
ers are entitled to votes which may be turned In for any person the holder
THE FIRST PRIZE Is a Reo Touring Car complete. The Reo Is the
190S standard of Utilized Power; 16 horsepower, 1500 pounds, seating five
people, speed 35 miles per hour, price 81400. Invented and built by R.
E. Olds, the foremost designer and builder of gasoline motor cars In the
United 8tat:s. The Von Hamm-Young Co. Is agent for, this car, and their ex
perlence with many makes of autos Is a sufficient guarantee that they will
not handle any but high-grade SUCCESSFUL automobiles.
THE SECOND PRIZE Is a handsome Kroeger Piano, from the well
known Island firm, The Bergstrom Musio Co., who have handled this make
of piano since 1895, and hundreds of oeople In the Territory bear testimony
to Its fine tone, splendid workmanship and lasting qualities.
THE THIRD PRIZE Is a S5000 Insurance Policy Issued by the Con
tlnentat Casualty Co., of Chicago, The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co. are the
FOURTH PRIZE Is a 8llver Punchbowl from the Jewelry establishment
of M. R. Counter, Fort street.
FIFTH PRIZE A S-iO Store Order, Issued by The Bulletin Publishing
SIXTH PRIZE A Domestic Sewing Machine from The Von Hamm
8EVENTH PRIZE A. B. G. I. Sole Leather Golf Bag and a set of Willie
Parke clubs, from the sporting goods department of E. O. Hall & Son.
EIGHTH PRIZE A Winchester Repeating Rifle from the sporting goods
store of Woods A. Sheldon. '
NINTH PRIZE A Gold Mounted, Sole Leather Suit Case from The Von
TENTH PRIZE A Kodak Developing Machine from the Honolulu Pho.
to Supply Co.
These ten prizes are the high-water mark of merit, value, tone and use
fulness In the Territory of Hawaii. The winning of them Is a question of
votes and the votes may be had under the following conditions:
Rules of the Contest
Tho contest opened Thursday, February 1, and will close at S o'clock p.
m. June 16, 1906,
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