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Portuguese Defeated in Interesting 9 Game When; Catchers
;.k Throw the Bali Away, Letting in Runs Luck Breaks for
k the Winners of the First
-;V J.A. C ; P. A. .C. 3.
The break ".of luck was with tbe
J. A. Ci yesterday, for it was by wild
throws that wouldn't happen once a
Reason that two of their runt came
overthe plate, the last giving them
a lead of one which , the Portuguese
couldn't cut down. It was a good game
to watch. In spite of rather frequent
errors on both sides, because of a sen
talional sixth inning rally by tbe los
ers, and because it was any one s
game right tip to the final frame. The
result leaves It an even break In the
pennant series, each team having one
game to its credit..
Foster RotinFon pitched a steady
game for the winners, being touched
for tlx safe hits, three of which were
bunched in the tlxth. His fielding' was
a trcclal feature of his play, accept
lr.s four chances without an error, al-
. trough a 'wild' pitch In the sixth ; let
in the run that tied the score, ' ; '
Tcr the Portuguese Captain Freitas
started on tte hill, and hurled for
four innings, Icnehing himself at the
end cf that period, the Japanese had
four. J l.ir.i for two tingles which gave
th-rn a like number cf runs. Henry
V ' Zi.il r.fll then went
". s ...... t.'.d It.C O C . .(..
on the firing line
:e to 3 hits and a
run. Two cf these fsfe ones
in the c'rhih la tuccesEion, and
the iz- , Lut Madeira's fine
cf Chi: : " worth's Ions ly .to
c ! r f 1 the day and retired
; 11 Tr ,
;.t tl.3 receiving end of the
th t th: rcrtu-uese found a
v. to hrc, and it was two catch
ers th:t turned the game
th cm. f":u:a denned the mask
1 -cl! vrs ca!!-I into the
: I at that th"? he teak Ilch-
C-1 t , . , 1 s . z -i J c . -l c r. t
the In the tlxth, Lew-
; h : . r : I a 1 a!I with the
1 tr.l !-.h!ttc-J to
c . ' ; ; "f -r:.d with fur-
. : evidently
' , ;ocn th!rJ
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' '- it to the
. . - ' "I'. Jc: h
- : : to t j ; r.y
'.: z a:.i went
... in to catch tar
rcrcnslhla for a
f. ::h L. I!o was cn
2 tz:: tuch a
tI : ntly thct:.-':.t
t i : r.I I - :r.e, and a?
. : V. i hall he ttarl:i
:.' hlm-cff the ts?.
crth, who . v as at
. th? threw, cr wheth
; I c-t cf h!j hr.r.15
, I :t i.i any event Le
t. Z dr.-rccs eff l!ne
and Erlto trcttcd
third run cf.the ratne for
1. - :.r. t J. A. C
f '. vhen .Varkhan wha!:J c:
J:- . 1... Cy to Lft r.;m!;ha r.!"'
( ! it f I c-.::e in tco fast, Juct te
ir ;; r.I' 2 to r:t the t;r3 cf hl3 finers
r:i Stv.3 it vtnt ty for a three base
Idt. Kauhd Irousht him in with a
f h ::?. Two rr.cre.were annexed in the
fourth. Tranco hit and was advanced
cn Hanoi's 1 arrir.ee hunt Erito knock
ed cue down towards third, and Frei
tas In trying to fet It made a mess
cf the fctttmrt, Franco getting to third
and Freitas in trying 'to. get 'it made
a ncrs cf the attempt Franco get
tin, to Cd when Bushnell dropped the
throw, Fester, Rcr-inson was 'quick to
take advantara cf Freitas weakness
In handling the slow ones, and laid
clown a bunt which he beat out Franco
t coring lie was retired on the field
er's, choice that gave Lemon life, Brito
scored on Souta's wild heave as above
noted. Chilly ended-the Inning with
a fly to left, . .. . ;
' The Portuguese had their fun in the
sixth. Zamlska, the first man up, sent
a, bounder xlown toward first "which
Akaca gathered In. making the put
out unassisted. Madeira hit and stole
second. Sousa hit scoring'' Madeira,
and also went to second. Bushnell hit
to right Sousa coming over,; Ornellas
was . out to Akana, unassisted,- Bush
nell taking third. He scored on a wild
pitch thafrBrlto just got his glove
oh. Akana"mado his third put out for
the inning by taking La Mere's bound
er and touching the bag.' : J ? ;
' PortujueseV Chance. " " :
In the ninth- the ' Portuguese had
their last - chance,- and it looked like
a good one. BcshnelL first up, set the
Punchbowl contingent wild by comb
ing a fine single to right Ornellas hit
a long fly to the same field,: which
Lemon got under, almost doubling
Bushnell with the throw in to Orst
Tben up came the mighty La Mere.
Robinson and Brito went Into execu-
Ce rvice Is Always Good at the
Union Carbzr" Shop,
: Xur.haV Alley, Next Union
Grill," cn King Strsst ? '
Series Notes of the Game
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live tension, and evidently decided to
do the sensible thing and ' walk , the
big soldier. Two wide ones came over,
and then Robinson put the ball within
clouting distance. La Mere making a
wild effort which failed r to - connect
Another ball followed, and then' Rob
inson surprised everyone by shooting
over a strike which La Mere merely
looked at With three to two it looked
as though Robinson had played a foxy
trick to get Le Mere up in the air.
but the next one was a ban, although
it came very close to being good. Mc
Carthy put a high one to Franco, and
Fllzer, the last hope of the Portuguese
sent one down by. second which Fran
co stabbed on. tne run, touching the
bag for a force out and ending the
, Bert Bower and En Sue umpired,
and wereright most of the time. There
were no kicks or any r consequence,
and outside of Joseph's split finger no
P. A. G '
Sousa,' c-3b '. ,
Ornellas, ,rf ,
AB RBHSBPO A E
. 4 11 11 0
La Mere, ss ,
McCarthy, 2b .
lizer, lb ...
Freitas, p; 2
F. -Joseph, c .,.,.0
A. Joseph, 3b 1
Zamiska, If ...... 3
Madeira, cf .... '3
Totals 32 3; 6 3 24 19! 7
J. A. C. AB RBHSBPO A E
Chillingworth,Es ". 5 ; 0 0 0 '3 . 2 .0
3 0 0 o o ; o o
kana, lb .
4 0 0 0 11,1 1
4 110 0 O-.'J
4 2 1 0 3 10
3 0 2 0 11 1 1
4 110 6 10
4 0 1:0 0, ! 0
3 0 1 0 2. 1 1
Tctal 24 4 7 .0 2S11
::c.:cria cut, hit by batted balL
"--ro hy i -s:
..'..c : ) i: ,o o ?. o o v -3
' . . Hit3..1 0 1 0 0.3 0 0 18
J.A.C. Runs.O 1
0 2 0 1 0 0 4
Tf It . '
1 1 I v. O . . J
'G ! 0 10 2 1
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V f ?ri.vor
C. 2, J. A. C. 9; first
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h'i to Franco ; struck
- 4; l:??3 cn called
.i 1, eff E-shnelM;'
in-onn ra::M talis.
!3rito, Co:-a, V. Joseph; Innings pit--.hcd,
hy Frrciias 4. Euzhncll 4; hits,
ff Freitas 4, cr? Ea-shncil 3. Umrires,
'lower and: En Cuo. Scorer, Ra peso,
rir.o cf game, 1 Lour 23 minutes, ;
NOTCG CF THC GAME.
Chir.Ir.gworth wa3 as lively as ever,
'n Epite cf kf tad leg. -He made a
ocautiful tag ca Ornellas in the first'
jn a throw from right, when the Por
tuguese fielder tried to stretch his
single Into a two tagger. ; ; "
! TcCarthy made a fine knock-down
tnd fast turn cn -Markham'a ground-.
?r in the third. ' .. - :x
Eushnell ought to have cut off
Franco's hit Inside of third In the four
th. He Etood in his tracks and let the
ball go by without trying for it ' '
Sousa upheld the old superstition
of the game that a man gets a hit
after the catcher has dropped a foul
fly off his tat In the sixth-he was giv
en new life when the fly ,gbt away
from Brito, and he promptly made
good with a single to right , '-. v.
OBrito's catch of Flizer's foul fly Just
ack of the plate In the seventh look
ed questionable. The lanky J. A. a
tackstop-hugged the ball to his pro
jector in , a , way that might have been
called aa unfair catchy ":'.' i.:. ' --j.: ? ,
Sousa made a fine stab of Franco's
foul fly ; in the eighth. .The ball was
right over the J. A. C. bench when he
.?ot It and was anything but jm easy
chance . -. ; i. -1
v Madeira's catchpot Chilly's hard 'one
to center in the ninth cut off two runs.
When the ball left the bat It looked
like a certain lilt -?
BOY SCOUTS HIKE.' .
': - ,T0 TANTALUS TOP
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.' The Catholic Boy -Scouts tramped
up to Tantalus Heights yesterday af
ternoon to participate In scout games
under the! guidance of "Scoutmastef
Father Reginald. The boys were put
through severe tests in first aid,' re
covering a lost Scout, signalling etc.
It' was late in the afternoon before
they returned to the mission. Mr.
James A. Thompson of, the National
Guard rendered valuable , assistance
by giving military instruction to the
the boys, and he may e commission
ed a Scoutmaster in the near future.
' A big outing to Pearl : City Penin
sula has been planned for Thanksgiv
ing Day, ; where: the scouts will go
under, canvas, returning to - the city
late .Fridays evening., Mr. Johnf F.
Colburn ; Is kindly . tlonAting the use
of Ws spacious grounds at Pearl pity
Eyes On Hawaii For A - Surprise
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From left to right the players in the
ers in the
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Walter Dillingham ; No. 3. j Harold Castle ;Nov 2,:: Artluir .Rice ?io. I. v
Te team was snapped at the last Hawaii-Cavalry, gan
mounting after half. time. .-.-v; ; rK's-i ; :.:,:::,.fi.:.!:i-: ; ,.
According to the San Francisco pa-
pers,.1 every -polo ;player; in. California
is looking' forward with the keenest
interest to the appearance of the All-
Hawaii team, ' which t will commence
its Coast campaign . t at . Coronado
about February 1, ". and speculation Is
rife as to what sort of a showing the
Islanders - will make. : talif ornia play- J
ers are not making; the mistake of
unci : r-ca: imtt I Z ' the ' ability of Ha-j
waiian. players, A for. several 1: of the,
I.are;been seen in action : "Hillsborough polo ppnies have es
it freni time to time, andj tablished a reputailonof ' lnterpa
cdways made .good, - WaJ- tional durability. r j The fiery' steeds
ter DUIir ham, '.captain and No. S of . used; by the' members of theSan Ma
the invr '-rs, has a big reputation av teo Polo Club on El Cerrlto, El-Palo-
Uurliriga- o, ana n tne irum wee;
known, It is probable that some ":. of .
he crack fours are worrying ' over.
thelr, laurels. , . r . V .,' :i , ;;:J
The sl;y wing" made by the team in
the recent series with the Fifth Cav-
airy at Sch "field . Barracks,;, was ( very: ures., : ,; 1: 1
gratifying.: There are4 some rough I "On top Of a cablegram from, Lon
edges to be worked off. but the men doii, dispatched by Harry Hastings to
understand each; others play, and
will no doubt shake jiown Into a fine
combination after a few weeks practln England at high,prlce-s, comes the
tlce on the. Coast The, All-Hawaiis , announcement that Richard Tobln,
were shy some of their best ponies in ir.ember o the k crack v Burllngame
the last Cavalry series, and this must ;
also be taken into consideration in
iguring, their effectiveness.. ' - i
There was a turn-out for practice J
at Moanalua last Saturday, but it was
mpossihlc to get the All-Hawaiis to-1
gcther.rand thegame counted, more!
tor Individual practice. : : v
If. handicaps are - considered, the
Mollllouitcat the Hawaii In the round-
the-island race which finished Tester
day by ;51 minutes.: But there ;seems
ta be some doubt as to whether time
allowances . were, counted, or- whether
was a match race, boat for boat
Kenneth Brown,- who skippered the
Iawa?i, says the latter was the case.
According to handicaps,' said , air.
Brown ' this morning, "the Hawaii
would hare to giyp the yawl 1 hour
87 minutes in a race around- the 1s-
and, which is absurd As I ; .under-
tood It ; the race was to be a , test
Qt,-, boat : for , boat Inl. which .case we
won by 35 minutes. The handicap
would . mean that" tbe ' Hawaii would
have- to win by more than: 13 miles.
and no one would . consider that sort
of. a proposition. 'At that the Hawaii
would have made'stiil better ume out
or. the- fact that we carried away our
ib off Kaena, Point and had to come
in. under staysail.! 1
With : both sides claiming : victory.
the question of supremacy fsnT set
tled ; to the , satisfaction of all. "Dry-
dock", Smith owner and -skipper of the
MoHItou says that hand leaps are al-
was ; taken Into 4- consid eration. V and
rests, his case on the rules , of yacht
racing,; y :
to the, exclusive ruse ?of the boys - as
the . headquarters .; for i the couts for
the two days' outing; Boating, fish
ing, swimming,; baseball and - other
sports will be indulged in and a visit
to the sugar mills will be made.'; The
scouts are anxiously looking; forward
for, .Thanksgiving day and every boy
will surely be ; on hand when the
bugle gives the ' signal for the start-
on Thanksgiving morning. ; : "
Star-Bonetla Ads. axe Best Ssslnes
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'picture are "Frank-: t4al(wir back,;
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If. the local players wanted to make
their .trip; a profitable" husiness ven
ture they cbuld: no doubt do so
disposing of some of (heir best pontes
after the .season, but t it s hardly like
ly that: any of -the '-men-; will part wdth
ways the chance of a top figure prov
ing tempting,'; and from ; all accouhts
high prices rule on' the Coast now,
fin fact,' the polo pony market must be
tip: in the clouds.-to judge by the for-
lowing; from -a San Xraoc:sco' paper:
mar ana i;rossways r arm-ueias care
attracted the; attention, of poloists in
England and the -East Xo such an ex-
tent that a number of the best mounts
on the - Peninsula-have been sold to
Englishmen at record-hreaking fig-
tho San Mateo Polo Club, to the ef-.
feet that he has .sold ten polo ponies
team; ; has sold ' three of his choice
steeds for 7,000 4to a titled Britisher,
who expects to play polo , in the East
this season. '.Tobin ; xjeceived x3,ooo
for one pony and $2,000 each for the
other two., . ; r,' . : ; v ?:
; The ponies ; sold by Hastings and
Tobin are all California, products. ;
bill 0,1. m.J
P. W. L. Pet
6 y 6 ; 0 1.000
. 7,; 5 '2 V. 714
7 '34 .428
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-'tX '-oVesterday's : Game r -ir
Athletics forfeited to ;C. A. U.
Athletics Picked," 6 ; C, A. U.; 4. .
Asahl, 13: J. A. ' - ' . :--
Wh ft Rtmrt a v; nfT i 7 '-' V
:V A'-v forfeited f game yesterday morn
ing practically clnched therchamplon
ship of the Oahu Junior. League sec
ond series .for the C A? U.s. V If the
Asahis win their one remaining game,
while the Cv AwU drop.:thehtWo lefi
them on the - schedule, the ' percent
ages will be tied, butithis is a long
chance at best: ;- V -'' '-: -';.
'.: It was hard luck for the Athletics
to hand the game away on toast yes
terday for they were Just one man
short when play was called.-, but the
addition of even one outside player
was " enough to disqualify - the club.
They picked up a player however,
and had the satisfaction of handing a
defeat to the C. A. U. aggregation 6
to 4.' ' '
v The second game was very one sided,-
and proved straggy. eall as well
The Asanls made .13 while the J. A.
C's were struggling for, a meager 2.
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' Eddie Nell looked to be' a good bat
ter, slezing up the curves of the op
posing pitcher - and meeting : the ball
easily.. However," he is ' badly handi
capped, in running by his game leg.
Nascimento and Morlyama ran for
him Saturday. ,En Sue took advantage
of Nell's handicap once to go to sec
ond on a bad throw' that rolled away
from - the '; first v basema; . and - which
N?U couldn't run after, - '
JOUXXY ITlLUAkS PI CI S K 5
v TEAM TO PLAT C1ILXESE
''Havins defeated the : Hawalis. tl
tZ J. A:; C's, Sch'ofield Barracks'and,
S3 Stars in the order named, the tl
tt All-Chinese team looked round 8
St for- more clubs to conquer." Came tl
St Johnny Williams, of Honolulu St
S and : Sacramento to the front St
w with the announcement , that he a
It would step up to the plate with SS
a a picked team, and give battle S3
St to the celestial experts. ' - .a
a , So that will be the diamond at- a
a traction for next Saturday after- a
a noon at Ayhletic Park. AU-ChI a
a nese . vs. - Williams. Wonders. IX
a Johnny will be on the slab him- a
a self, and - while the . make-up -of SS
a his team haant been announced a
i as yet, ne naa oeeoj oasy wun
. a - a ' iiv
a paper; and pencil ; figuring it - all a
a out, and there Is every reason, to S
a believe that it will be some ball- a
a playing; -machine! when finally a
a brought together. : a
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Y . Nine good men are too much for one
good , man, in baseball or anything
else, ;; and.; the All-Chinese ball team
proved It Saturday by, beating Barney
Joy, who was about the whole works
for the opposing All-Stars. -
It was a contest between an nssre
gstion that played alr-tisht ball be
hind a promising young pitcher and
rn aggregation th-it kept a splendid
veteran pitcher in the hole all the time
and showed just enough loose work to
offset the results of remarkable twirl
ing. ; Score, All-Chinese 2, All Stars 1.
V As in every game they have played
since" their return from the" mainland,
tLe Chinese balHossers were'o-tin
every -minute of ; the hour and fifty
minutes the game was on They dlda't
overlook a4 chance.; They ran base3
with Judgment, they fielded a total of
forty-one chanes without an' error, end
they made every misplay of their op
ponents count -There was only cn?
piece of poor work shown by the Chi-nese-and
that ;w3.. when ,'Eenf!-T a
man heme from third whila the .u
a, .bit c::xt-tTf 'to-hit -iha-tall.
?k Barney Joy was in grand form C it
ttrdayand " he1 pitched with, cour; : d
and Judgment that didn't falter ev:n
when " his team-mates fell down. Th ?
'lit fellow certainly deserves a tzr.l
on his showing. -.The Chinese yere
credited with nine hits, -but soveral
.were scratches and: at: no time wsre
they able to-bat Barney consiatctly.
The Iron-worker had his curves brtak
tep in marvellous style although tho
umpiring didn't allow him the corners.
Again and again he was badly "lu the
hole" But pulled out safe by cool and
clover. box-work. ' -i " :f
i Luck Yee, the Chinese twirler, f.l
lowed ony lthree hits, but his efTectlve
nei s was partly offset by wildness.
Furthermore, there was some remark
abler fielding behind him that choked
off the Stars when they slamed the
ball ; hard. : .; , ' f;- '.f. :s 'J
' ' ' (Continued on page 14.)
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- With the re-matching of Sergeant
Bauersock and .' Eddie Madison f or i a
fight in this city December 7, Hono
lulu fight fans are assured of another
top-notch ring - affair. which . should
carry with it. even more interest than
the meeting ;. between j these ; men - a
week 'Ago. '-: r ?-'.-' J.'' '. ; "'' :' I
i The draw decision which was
given after Bauersock bad not only
stayed the full fifteen rounds with
the Frisco ' fighter," " but had handed
him quite ; a ; lacing as : well, v was
thoughtby some to be a -lucky one
for .Madison. Thfey claimed that
Bauersock had the better of the mill
ing and should have been given the
decision,: but the facts, do not justify
this contention; .However, tbe5 fact
that it exists means that - Bauersock
will 1 have ' plenty ' of supporters in. the
coming- mill, - and; that he ; won't be
worse than an even money choice with
the bettors. . . : ; i.-- -According
to . the , terms of the last
figlit Madison madev all sorts of con
cessions as to ..the purse, butr in. this
instance Bauersock will have to take
equal chances.. ; On the showing ' of
the two . men in ' their ; last fight .it
would be ridiculous vto expect Madi
son, to give . away anything in the
way of odds, for the soldier proyed
that he is improving all the time, and
that he.' is it'much better fighter than
was the "" case a few. - months ago.
Bauersock . caa be looked on to give
at least as good an exhibition as be
did" last time.' while' it's a certainly
thaU with - the - last narrow v shave
staring him in the face, Madison will
take no chances wrih his training, -y
" The fight Is scheduled for Decem
ber 7, Bauersock: ahd Madison getting
together; with Promoter Dick Sullivan
last, Saturday night and agreeing on
this date. - A couple of good prelims,
yet to f be chosen, will round out the
Oahu CoIIggians Run Up Big Score Arjdnst fcKinlcy Tcr.r.:,
Which Is Unable to Get the Ova! Over tho Line Exp:;!:
Thought That Game Vculd He C!::: Owing to Pur.a:;:u':
loss of Four. r. cn, out Dope was up:2t
" Punahou.'37.;l;V-;,t;j;v v:::;::;L: - -
High School." 0. ' 1 : : ' . .
With four of their best players out
of. the game and with indications
pointing' to victory: for their orpon-
ents, the Punahou eleven handed de-
feat to the McKlnley 4IIgh School on
Alexander v Field : Saturday afternoon
to the tune of five touchdowns, threo
goals, and two safeties, netting them
a total of thirty-seven points to their
opponents, nothing.- The dope on the
game that had been handed out -was
shattered to a mere nothing, as it waa
the general belief among many of the
fans -that. the. Highs had taken a bis
brace and were- golng-to follow la the'
tracks of their second team and carry
the Puns into camp. But from ths
moment the whistle sounded for the''
beginning of the first Quarter, the
Jonah r which has been han.-.Ins
aroundMhe High for the past four
years toos; ni3 place cacs cr ta?
Flack and Geld team and staved there
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DAVID KA1IALI h'AI
High School rub. who got his chance.
" in Saturday's game and i:::.Jj good.
until the game came tD a cloa.
' The greater part of tho play dur
ing the game was centered cn line
i. .t .. .
UUC&3 uy Dotn leans, aitcou'n tho t
Puns made several of their larr :t
gains through the -tackles. ,Th3 -trial;
play, that was sprung by the 'III-h3.tw
failed " di3maljy7mcre--than. once, as f
iney usea it 100 irecnuy,. ana tr.e
Pun backs seemed to be always ahle
to tell Just where the ball wa3 going.
The forward pass was used with re
markable success by both teams, but
there was little punting' done. The
whole trouble with the Highs was ia
BH .weM, ana was not.
able to. withstand the rush of the Pun
backs and time and again. Coney and
xiuwiu uuuseu mruuga lyr uiS gains,
UWf?wCtearK IP '8faaUlSft
way nhrou4ano- the: only possible
chance Jhat the Highs had to" score
was during. the last three minutes in
the fourth quarter.. when they, bad
advanced the ball to f within teff yards
of the Punahou goal- line on their first
down. As they, , lined Up - to make
V; JlT T.a v ' w-?"vsary point and , tjie ; score - 5 t '
J iJ new-men thai teen tnll in favor of th I'. .
Captain Schuman had in the Pun line ihe ihjrd. tlme Q m kic , .
7hT eli c,h08e?' (nd :5hejr p,ayrd Ahe Puns and. the ball v -3 r:
oi" ft'r ' ;'Vi;v by inman: on. the twenty-yird h-
Hitchcock.- Capt t Schuman. : and Lin
all did ' what .was expected of ; them,
the ; three first named 'makinig sojhe
wonderful gains through; the High line.
Benton did . a lot of good X I tackling,
an3 HlnC who played center in. 51 c
Inerney's : place, deserves t credit v for
his accurate passing, . For the" High
School, Brash, . Cassidy. Wong, t Grace,
and Melia were the principle Aground
gainers and . tac klers. Wong, & who
went ; into" the game V in the ; third
quarter, played 5 a star . gamel ' Capt
Dysonfhad the misfortune to have his
ankle stepped on at the beginning of
the third quarter and was out of the
game - until the . beginning of the last
Cheering Lusty. - - , :-. :t,';::;-; ,:
The noise-smiths of both teams
were out' in full force,' especially 'on
the mauka side. ;of 'the field. .Tim
berlake, singlns teacher, and yell' ex
tractor of the college,' seemed to have
all the classmen in the school out'to
see1 the game, ; and :'a boiler factory
Isnt in it with some of the yells they
get' off. Mr; pwighL; president, ?f tbe
hLljLi i U ; Ji j
M all... i
:HIsh School cf YelUns. waa n
also with a largo coczrrsat! :i
added to the-din cf the rac h t
by their rivah?. There was a r
crowd at tho game and It 1
the Athletla association? v..
to cover expenses thl3 yt r
The game startcI
three o'clock, with
quarters, a mlnuta'a
and fifteen rainut: ;
halves.' Following 1;
: Tea' Puns chc: - th;
and received th 1J ' -
the tall cn thi th':".
a caln cf
cn I c
.ly r .
tv r j :
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tl r: :
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f 1 r t c j n.
far no r'-i, a
Ealdwin, .r.t rr -.:
fuccccdad- in'' r;-I.inT
.k. iii--.p-7r Ti "t
Coniy rr lo a gain c!
was tac lied ly Cl'va
r-- v?-T -
fhe second, and f
enl tn.ck for tha 1: : tl
the for.rth 'down Edr-.
away Vent around r
-..---I-a . tn n
yardibefore he was
.The Deit down trc .
vwitMn, two -yards of tl, ;; .
e lime line for a tc-:
Paris tried for goal. from a c:::
position, but failed ,to aid th
tea .yards, on th
first down Baldwin-., tore cf thirty
yards ;. and jm . the next Coney tr: o
away for gain of. eighteen. .-' II.:ch
cock' tbea' took the bail arc-ni lrt
end fdr ar gain of "sevea.yards a.i a3
the teanis were lining up as? '.1 th?
whistle blew announcing the end of .
the first -quarter; 'Score: .' Punahou
is; HUh'.i-V';-!v-"v-j-: :
8ecohd Quarter. vOfe 4v-V
;The' ball went into play' la ' posset
cion of the Puns on the High's twelve-.
yard line,' third down. Baldwin fum
bled 'the! ball as he received it from
Schuman; but recovered Jt again and
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