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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY. NOV. 4, 1012.
Council f Katlosh, ji i,tl.
II onnt ii I ii ( imin.:nl n . Order
of (lie Temple.
rt Aloha liiitr o. .1,
All visiting member of the
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HONOLULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. .
Honolulu Lodge No.
616, B. P. O. Elks.
meeU in tbeir ball, on
King St., near Fort,
every Friday evening.
Visiting Brothers are
cordially invited to at
tend. A. E. MURPHY. E. R.
H. DUNSHEE. Sec
Meet on the 2nd
and 4 th Mon
days of each
month at K. P.
Hall. 7:30 p. m.
Members of oth-
Marlne Engineers' er Associations
Btneficlal are cordially in
Association Tited to attend.
' ITff. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Batur-
K. of P. Hall. cor. Port and
Beretanla. Visiting brothers
ecrdlally Invited to attend.
A. F. OERTZ, C. a
P. P. KILBEY, K. R. B.
HONOLULU LODGE NO. 800,
. L. 0. 0. M.
will most In Odd Fellows' building.
Port street, sear King, every Friday
tvsningrat 7:S0 o'clock.
, v Visiting brothers cordially Invited
to attend. " - " -
, AMBROSE J. WIRTZ. Dictator.
JAMES W. LLOYD. Secretary.
Oahu Lodge, I. O.
Q. T., will meet In the
roof garden. Odd Fel
lows' Bldg., first and
third Tuesday at naif-
i v ! oast seven p. m.
. GEO; W. PATY. Chief Templar.
TK. TTfilf..m TonV t iV,a T. f C Ut
: . Monday of each month at the Odd
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BRILLIANT LINE PLUNGING
(Continued from page 9.)
ln was a van! ami a half. On the ser
um! down Coney trird it again and
ti.i time made no pain. On the next
li'inn he Hiceeeded in making a yard,
'and on the fourth .Sehuman was push
! hack by the Townies for a loss of
! four yards and the ball went over.
Time out was called at this stage of
.the game and (J race and Rosa of the
. Town Team went out, their places be-
ing taken by Hallentyne and Evans.
jThe Townies then punted and the ball
j was received by Baldwin who advanc
1 ed it six vards. On the Pun's first
down Baldwin carried the ball through
for a Rain of one yard and the Sehu
man added on another yard and a
half on the second down. On the third
Hitchcock carried the pigskin for two
yards. Hitchcock then made a pass
and the ball was recovered by Alu
rich. On the first down Aldrich made
a gain of five yards, and Marcallino
carried it through on the second for
fix yards. Hoogs then punted out and
the ball was recovered by Aldrich,
who made a great run of thirty yards.
The Townies then made a fumble but
the watchful Aldrich was on it before
the Pun men could get through the
line. Ballentyne then took the ball
and made a gain of four yards through
right tackle and on the second-down
there was no gain made. Hoogs punt
ed again and the ball was received
by Coney who did not gain. Hitchcock
was then sent through for a gain of
five yards and Coney on the second
down, carried the ball through left
tackle for twelve yards. On the next
two downs Baldwin made gains Of
four and one yards. Hitchcock then
passed the ball to "Sleepy" Baldwin
who made a great run of twenty-five
yards. Then Coney went through for
another gain of eight yards and Bald
win came back for more, this time
advancing the oval seven yards fur
ther, and the Townies were penalized
ten yards for playing offside. Coney
then went through center for a gain
of six yards and on the next put it
up two yards further. The ball was
now two yards from theTown's goal
and "Sleepy" Baldwin was sent over
for a touchdown through right tackle.
Stafford Austin then kicked goal,
leaving the score seven to nothing in
favor of the Puns. Hoogs, of the Town
Team, kicked off to the Puns, and
H. Baldwin received the ball on the
twenty-five-yard line and advanced it
for twenty yards before being tackl
ed. The Puns .then tried a pass but
it was uncompleted and on the sec
ond down Sehuman took the ball
through center for a gain of three
yards. Hitchcock then punted and the
ball was recovered by the Puns on
the Town's thirty-yard line. Coney
then tried a place kick but the ball
went a little to one side of the up
rights. The Townies kicked out from
their fifteen-yard line and the ball
was received by Inman on the forty-five-yard
line. Inman did hot succeed
in advancing the ball. A pass was then
made to H. Baldwin who made a small
gain. A second pass was made but
this time was incomplete. Inman then
tried for another goal from the field
but failed again and the Townies kick
ed out to the Puns from their fifteen
yard line. The ball was received by
Hitchcock who advanced it .twelve
yards and on the first down he punt
ed, the ball going outside but being
recovered by the Townies. A delayed
pass was tried by the Townies and
the left halfback took the ball for no
gain. On the second down Aldrich tri
ed for a gain but failed, and time was
called and the quarter ended with the
score seven to nothing in favor of the
After a rest of fifteen minutes the
teams got into action again, the Puns
kicking to the Towns. The bill was
received by Marcallino who advanced
it twenty yards. Marcallino then took
it through again for no giin and on
the next down the ball was given to
Rosa who made a gain of five yards
through lert guard. Hoogs then punt
ed and the bill was received by Coney
on the Pun's twenty-five-yard line. He
ini de no gain. On the first down
"Sleepy" Baldwin took the ball around
right end for a gain of two yards and
on the next down Coney went around
the other end for a fifteen-yard gain.
Coney then tried the same thing and
made another gain of twelve 'yards.
On the next down Baldwin fumbleu tne
ball ind it was recovered by Austin
and no gain was made. The Puns
then made an incomplete pass, and
then on a fake punt. Hitchcock took
the bill through for a gain of ten
ards. Hitchcock then punted and the
ball was received bv Marcallino. who
made a gain of fifteen yards before he
a as tickled by Liu. Hoogs punted out
and the ball was received bv Conev on
a tair catch. On the first down Sehu
i' an attempted to make a gun but
tailed. Then the Puns tried a pas::
v hich failed to make connections an l
the hall went hack to the same place.
On the third down Hitchcock punted
rnd the ball was missed by Marcal
lino. who succeeded in recovering it.
however. The townies then tried a
rnss. but it ,;oved incomplete and the
Puns were penalized ten yards. On th
next down Mircallino was shoved
b.rk bv Kenton for a small loss anl
then Alrirlck took the ball for a gain oT
tv enty yards. Rosa then made i sen
national run of twenty-fhe yards. Then
Aldrich ma:e i ood run for twentv
"d!-- more. Another incomplete ma.'e
made bv the Townies and on the nexl
down they fumbled the bill ti-.roi.al:
for a gain of eight yards and on til 1
next made a yard and a half more.
Then "Sleepy" i;a;jw;n, Tvho had been
tr-kiim a short snooze grabbed the ove
and advanced in ten vard?. In th
scrimmage during Baldwin's iin. Aid- j
rich, of the town team, lot a g Kid
lot of wind and was out tor a fev
'moments. The Pun rooters, resized
i -a hat a good game he had been plaving
i nu as e f ill IKK k mm mi. f;aiii-
cheer wa.- given for hirr.. It wis now
the Pun's first down, and "Sleepy"
crce more hugged the leathiM through
center lor a gain of three yirds. Hitch
cock then advanced the ball seven
aids and on the third Badwin took
if agiin for a gain of two yards. On
the fourth the Puns punted and the
I. all was received by Marcallino on the
'twenty-five-yard line. On the first
tfown. Liu. the Punahou end. got
through and pushed Aldrich back for
a loss of six yards. On the second
down Aldrich lost three more yards. A
pass was then made and was received
by Hoogs, who hid just started to run
when the whittle blew marking the
end of the Quarter. Score still T 0.
At the beginning of the last quarter
the ball went into possession of the
Townies on their thirty-five-yard line.
Hoogs punted and the ball was recov
ered by Austin, who made little gain.
Oi the first down H. Baldwin was tent
through with the ball and made a giin
of ten yards. Coney took the ball on
the second and carried it through for
six yards more. On the third Hitch
cock was given a chance with the
leather and he added seven yards to
the other gains. Sehuman then went
through for six yards more. On the
first down Coney broke loose for a
gr.in of ten yards througn right tickle
snd on the iecond Hitchcock made
four to add to Coney's gain. It was
then the first down again, and Coney
fumbled the ball recovered it and made
no gain. On the second Coney went
through left tackle for a fifteen yard
gcin and on the next made five yards
more. Then Baldwin tried his luck
and-made five yards and the Puns
were penalized fifteen yards for hold
ing. Coney got throagh for five yards
and Baldwin failed to gain and the
ball went over. On the Town's nVt
down Rosa was pushed back for al oss
of three yards and on the second Rosa
again failed to make a gain. The
Towns then punted and the bill was
lecelved by Inman. On the first down
Paid win failed to gain and then an in
complete pass was made by the Puns.
Or. the third down Hitchcock got
through for six yards and Hitchcock
tunted on the foufjth,' the ball being
received "by Marcajlkio on the Town
iee twenty-yard f lij(W Hoogs punted
rnd the ball wis , received .by Inman
wbo advanced it fifteen yirds. Baldwin
was sent throagh on the first down but
failed to make a gain and In the sec
ond Coney chopped off two yards. On
the third Coney gained about a foot.
The Puns tried a pass but it was in
complete. On . the next down the
Pun's fumbled the ball but it was re
covered by then. . Baldwin was then
tent through for a gain of three yards
ar.d on the next Coney made eleven
more. Coney then made seven more.
Tten Baldwin and Coney advanced
the ball for five and seven yirds re
rpectively, and on the next dovrn
Sehuman carried the ball over the goal
line, but the ball was brought back
again on account of the fact that there
were not seven men on the Pun's line
of scrimmage when the ball was car
ried over. However, Coney was sent
through for a touchdown. Austin fail
ed to kick goal and the score was
thirteen to nothing in favor of Puna
hou. The Town Team kicked off to
the Puns and the ball was received
r by "Sleepy" Baldwin on their twenly
' yard line. He hugged the leather
and made the greatest run of the
game, traveling over sixty yards be
fore he was downed. Another touch
down seemed in sight for the Puns
when the whistle blew announcing
the end of the game. The two teams
gave a rousing cheer for each other
and the spectators surged onto tho
field to congratulate the players on
playing one of the best games of
football that has been seen in Hono
lulu in many a long day.
Following is the lineup of the two
Town Team Punahou
C. Hoog s Liu
Paty (('apt.) Renton
Right Guard I
C arter Autti:-
Left Tack I ?
Cousens ... Markhim
Quarter Ba k
Aldric h Coney j
Left Half j
Rosa P. llct'.vin i
Full Back '
V . Grace Hitchcof k ;
Touchdowns: Coney. 1; r.ildwpi 1 :
Goil: Austin. 1. I
Officials: Hall, referee; Davis, um
pire: Simmer, head 'uif-.-n:;in.
Score: Punahou. IS; Towu Term:.
Punahou Second Wins.
By a score of 14 to u the Punahou i
seconds defeated a second Town team j
Saturday afternoon. The game was
played on Alexander Field just before!
the big game between the first teams,
and the advance guard of the crowd
that came out for the main event
watched the curtain raiser, which was
well worth watchine
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COSTA FOR DEPUTY
Col. .1. V. .Jones, adjutant-general
of the Nationai G. ard of the Terri
tory, has (he very highest praise for
Charles Costa, Republican candidate
it r deputy sheriff. .lories says that.
Costa has the finalities rhar fit him
for the position he is after.
"Cos' a is Thoroughly reliable in
iiiisiness affairs.' said Col. Jones yes
lerday, "and he will make a good
public officer if elected to th posi
tion ot deputy sheriff. His experi
ence as an officer of the National
Guard will be of gr at assistance in
placing Che police department r.n a
T make it necessary
ior a iamuy to move on snoir
notice. Confronted with the
so hot without BWoklng; wfceo the . '
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basis of thorough organization and
discipline, from which alone you can
get efficiency. I believe every one
who votes for Costa a.s deputy Kheriff,
in case of his election. .will be saMs
lied wuen the results become appar
ent as-they will under an adminis
tration of organization and discip
line. Costa has been an officer of the
r atic nal guard for many years -and
has been captain of Company K. one
of tho crack companies, for . about
five years. I can commend him
highly to the voters of Honolulu. lie
should be elected tomorrow."
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