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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. It., I'tllDAY. AUO. lf, 1910.
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STAR POLO GAME
Tomorrow nfternoon nt Moiumlun,
what Is expected to be tlio best nnil
most exciting mntch of tho Inter-Is-Innd
polo series will take place. .Maul
and Knunl will meet for tliu Unit time
for years, uml tlie reuniting mutch
slioutd be a dandy. Ah to which team
will win well, iisk u policeman.
Tliore U no doubt that It will be
a case of Ureek meeting (Ireek, und
when the eight plantation and ranch
men clash, there Is going to be some
thing doing for sure. Moth tennis
hate plenty of ponies, and all the
eight riders are In the pink of con
dition. The man who can, und does
not attend tomorrow's game, should
Join u knitting class somewhere In
At tho head of the ..Maul team will
be that dashing plajer Frank Iluld
win, who knows ccry wrinkle In the
game und who holds his team to
gether In wonderful fashion. Frank
gets Into the game from tho Mrst hit
off, and each succeeding chukka finds
him playing harder und harder. He
anticipates u lot of the hits of his
opponents and at riding off Is u cham
Then Harold Itlce, who will be
pluylng ugulust three brothers, Is a
slashing player also, and he will light
for Muul till llu) lust bell Is rung
at the end if1 tho final period. Har
old is n flno rider and ulso a great
liltter, who follows tho bull closely
and can be relied upon at u pinch.
David Fleming .und It. Jlaldwln ure
well known to tho Honolulu polo fol
lowers, Wd they will buck 'Up Frank
Ualdwln and Itlce well. Kvcry 'man
ou the Maul team is capable of scor
ing Home goals, und although Captain
Frank would stand out a little uboye
tho (idicrs, i team, us a whole, Is
a very even one.
Kauai will be represented by the
same team that had such u hard tus
sle with Oahu last week, und the three
Itlce boys nnd Malluu will uphold the
honor of tho Garden Island.
Charlie Itlce plays a great game of
polo, und he is u tearless rider who
will take ull sorts of chances on the
Held. Ho Is brilliant at hitting, und
at riding off holds his own with any
one. Ilrothers I'hllllp and Arthur are
In tho same cluss, and, with Mallnu
added, the four brcomo very strong.
Mallnu Is tho first Hawaiian to play
polo for it long time, and bo Is cer
tainly a flno rider. He Bits bis horse
like a centaur, and Is quick to seize
an opportunity to get onio the ball.
In the llrst guine that Kaunl took
part In, Mallnu played a star guine,
und be wns on the bull ull the tlmo;
ho made many good runs and was
cheered repeutedly for bis good work.
Tho Muui-Knuat match Is not only
un Inter-Inland event, but It also sa
vors of a family nffulr in which tho
Ualdwln und Itlce clans try conclu
sions. There is keen rivalry between
the two Islands, and the struggle to
morrow will be worth going miles to
The conditions of tho match will bo
tho snmo as nil tho rest, and eight
periods of seven und one-half minutes
will bo played Half time will bo cull
ed ut the end of the fourth period,
und a ten-minute rest will then be In
order. One of the'Oiihu players will
probably act us umpire, und the other
oIllclulB will be tho sume us on pre
The mutch promises lo be a society
stent ulso, und u committee of ladles
That one drink at our bar "goes
better" than TWO anywhere else.
There's a reason why
"It's The Fashion"
The Two Jacks. Hotel near Fort
MAUI AND KAUAI
will entertain thn visitors at nfter
noon tea The grass houses on the
inaiikn side of the Meld come In very
bandy for these social evet ts, and
niter the game Is llnUlied, ull the
Honolulu Four Hundred gntlier thero
and discuss the match.
The polo club provided the press
with un automobile Inst Wednesday,
und It was much appreciated alter the
other conteyunce that was put into
commission on u previous occasion.
1M. l.'wls steered the newspaper wag
on down to Moanuluu, und everyone
knows what tawls can do with i ma
chine Uesldcs being un excellent
chauffeur, l.'d. nets as n goal umpire
ut ull the gumes und, being ,n polo
plater himself, he takes great Interest
In the matches.
At 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon the
match will stmt and by that time ull
the available, space for automobiles
should be taken up und the side lines
crowded with spectators and, llnally,
may the best team win.
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8 they muy bo getting up, for In- JJ
It Bcrtlon under the abotu head. It
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tho Sportlug Kdltor. Dulletln.
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tt' Mliltn.ry vs, I'linnhou. i ' tt
tt Aug. 2T. N..O. II, vs.. Punnhou: tt
St tit. Louts vs. Marines. tt
tt Kept. 3. Miliary vs. Marines; St. ti
tt Minis vs: I'luiahoit,
ti " " ' Oifiu Juniors.
it Aug. 21i-C. A, (J. Jrs. vs. Asabls. tt
St Aug. 21. Mui:l locks vs. IUInmn.
it August 21. Foursome, Country ti
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Aug. 28. Foursomo, II. O. C. Mo- tt
it Aug. 27 Cordell vs. Cornyn.
it , Cricket.
it August 20. Match.
tt August E. O. Hall Cup.
tt August 20. Kauai vs. Maul.
ti August 24. Muul vs. Cavalry.
tt August 27. Ouliu vs. Muul.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Austin WhlttS, the well-known
gulfer, Is now In charge of Spald
ing's golf department aV San Fran
Cisco, nnd today be will compote In
the big game nt Del Monte, Call
Two visitors from the mainland
pln)ed Mime tennis on Monday, nnd
Nmvell with l'rosser and It. Cooke
had some good bets with the mall
Cornyn and Cordell aro getting
ready for their fight of August 27,
nnd both men feel very lonlldent as
to the result of the go.
th Bulletin office.
cards on tale at
BY Y. M. C. A. TEAM
INFANTRY LINEUP WEAKENED 1
BY THE ILLNESS OF WOODRUFF
Game Wai Played at Palama Gym
nasium Before Big Crowd
Marcallino Sliowed Real Good
l.asr night nt the I'alama gymna
sium, the third basketball gamo bo.
tween the Y. M. C. A. team and the
Fort Shatter wns p1aed, nnd the re
sult wns n victory for the Associa
tion bunch by a score of 39 to 14.
The game was too one-sided to he
of much Interest, and much disap
pointment wus expressed when It
was found that Woodtuff, about the
best man the Infantry have, was In
the hospital and tould not play.
The Shatter men had just return
ed from a long walk down tho coun
try, nnd Were not so fresh As they
might hnvu been. Without Wood
ruff they wero handicapped a lot,
and then the players being tired
made n big difference! In their play.
There was a big crowd of rooters
present, nnd the din they created
could ho heard miles uwuy, Much
Interest was taken In the play, al
though It was wen early lu the
struggle that tho Y. it. C. A. lads
bail the, better show of winning tho'
Mi Call wits on tho Shatter team
nnd ho was responsible for part of
the soldiers'-, score: Lieut, Chilton
was another 'Shatter placer who did
good wurk, and be plned a flue
Marcallino played t star game for
the Y. M. C. A., and ho held his man
down to nil. He has not had a bas
ket thrown upon him during the
whole series, nnd Hint is u record
to ho proud 'of. Dwlght und Nott
ulro plujed great basketball, and
they registered live goals apiece dur
ing the game.
Two lultci of twenty minutes
each were played, nnd tho oxclto
inent run high all the time. Tin:
lineups and scores of both teams
were as follows:
Y. M. C. Ai Forwards. Dwlght,
fctewart ond Clurke; renter, Nott!
guards, Marcallino and Honnn,
Twentieth Infantry Forwards,
Chilton und McCull; cener, Fulton;
guards, (Irani, I.emn nnd Hughle.
Muskets from field Nott' C,
hwlght fi, Stewart 3, Chilton 2, Mc
Call 2. Honnn 1, Grant 1.
llaskets from foul Nott 6,
Dwlght 4, McCull 4.
Heferee, Ouult; timplro, Hath;
time of halves, twenty minutes.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Tho now league will continue Its
series on Saturday at tho old grounds
nnd two good games will be plaed.
The llurfalo baseball team yester
iluy defeated the Albany nine by a
score of 7 to C.
(Additional Sports on Page 10.)
LIGHTWEIGHT BOXER HAD
WONDERFUL RING RECORD
Fought for Sixteen Year, and Beat
the Best Boxers Longest Bat-
th, Yn.'t WUK NelSOn-ame t0
IJALTIMOUi:, Aug. 10. Jon Oans,
former lightweight champion pugilist.
Is dead ut his home in this city.
duns died of consumption, which
manifested Itself about u year ugo
Uite last spring he went to Arizona,
with the hope of restoring his health,
but the dlsense had been too deeply
seated and he fulled rapidly lie wus
bruughL here lust week.
Joe Guns' trim mime was Gant, the
name Guns hating fastened upon him
early In his ring career by a mlstuke
of u referee. He began bis ring ca
reer In 1894, but prior to that time
ho had made a name for himself in u
flghtor about u llshmurket In this
city, where he wns employed.
In ull the annals of pugilism there
Is no record of a more remarkable or
picturesque tlgure than that of Joe
Gnn. For nearly twenty years ho x
almost constantly In the priio ring,
und up until lils llnul defeat by Unt
iling Nelson In 1908, was Just deemed
one. of tho most sclentltle, uggrcsxitu
und game lighters Hint ever donned
tho gloves. 1
About 'Jlilrtj-SK Years Old.
Cans often declared ho did not know
his exact uge. Ho reckoned that 1ST4
wus about the jeur of bis birth. 1 lu
begun lighting In an nmitteurlsh way
about 1S!I0. For tho following ten
years he engaged in over 135 battles,
easily defeating men of minor reputa
tion. Had he been directed aright ut
he time, he vould hate easily forgo!
to the front and become champion
years before he llnally nchletod that
Oans became mixed up with his
manager In u series of "lay-down" or
fake lights, i which he might readily
hate guine. t tho tlctory, but In which
as he always suld nt his manager's
solicitation he deliberately peruilttid
himself to be beaten. In consequence,
for a period tho lighting public would
have nono of him. Try us haul us l.e
might to sign up a light, theio wus
always u sneer und u suspicion that
1.0 would throw It. About lite jeju
before his death, howoverbe did such
excellent and palpably "squari work"
that thu animus ugulnst him hud lu n
great part tantshed and. his gieat vie
toilet, wero recelvod with thu entire
approbation of tho ring, fans
At tho ago of thirty-four years- nt
lca:t eight jeurs past tho tlmo wh-il
most prliellghters hate rer-elted their
quietus tluns fought within one enr
Hie two most bloodv battle ol hi
career: his two lights with llattllng
.eison, for guuicnrvs-uiiu bkiii, uiesu
fights stand without u parallel.
All. Around Fighter. :
duns wus considered by the greatest
analyzers of prlze-llgbtlng to bo the
best combination of lilttor, boxer und
ring general Unit ever essayed the
game. Although it negro of humble
origin, he wus it model of consilient-:
tlon unit politeness. Ho never solicit,
the limelight, kept among his own
race, and was tho persnnlllcatlnn of
cheerfulness. He begun his bread- .
winning career in it Hultlnioru Hub-1
market Ily prudence be sated it god
part of his ring earnings nnd Invented
prntlliibly In a llaltlmore hotel, which
ho suld free iie.utl) paid luni nil hi.
After his Inst bnttlo with lhtttlliig
Nelson, 'inns went 'A'ctt und npoit.i
came Kust almost Immediately that
tho beating lie hud received und the
strain to train down bad undermined
his constitution (laps denied the re
ports, but sporting men who met him
I'UIVO) MtU R)'lllllllh I1II.M MW Hill
declured him to be but u shadow of
bis former self,
Oans was married three lime, lu
l'.IOfl he wedded Miss Madge Wadkllis
of Cincinnati, n member of u negn.
theatrical company In IMS the an
nouncement of his third murrlage
this time to Miss Martha Datls of
llaltlnioie was made
Dr. 11. Clark Hyde of Kiuibax City,
the coin leled murderer under life sen-
ii'iice. occupies nis iiiuu in jiu i
reading uml illsiriuuiiiiK urn
among his fellow prisoner.!.
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LATEST MOTION PICTURES
JIS RE1URN 10
Final Game Against Marines on
Sunday Next Team Leaves on,
Tenyo Maru lor Japan. ,J
Tomorrow" morning the Wnsedas
will return fnun their Inler-lslaud
trip, dud ou Sunday they wlll.pl.iy
their last gnnie nt the Athletic I'.iikj
The Marines will go up against the
Nippon cut, and a good game Is cx-
petted to etoiiluate. The gllme oi
Hiiinlaj will he the last opportunity
the Honolulu fans will have of tee
ing the Wntedas In action, nnd a
big ciotrd Is rure to ultaiid. Tho
vlfltors will Finely get a great tend-
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"". ''! 'bo JnpjnetH of Honolulu
will be on hud to itttoi a few, thou
sand llanz.ils. c--
The Wasodus hnd a very success
ful tour of the other Is'.ands, and
they certainly made a good Impres
sion wherever the) went. On Mniilf
us well as nil Hawaii, they bud si -.good
time, nnd their countrymen' .
gave tbeni u Brent le'eptlon.
The Japanese will Irate for tbelrv
ome ou tho Teiilo Maui, which U '
0 1P1iiled In Kill ou Monday