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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, JAN. fi, 1913.
Willie Hoppe Will Give Yamada
ENGLAND IS CROWING
Chance At 18.2 Billiards Title polo prospects now
LONDON'. -The Daily Telegraph. iiJ
IES TO THE CHINESE
BY LAURENCE REDINGTON.
Handsome Luck Yee Ditched the
AJUhmese to a victory 01 came and
series over the PnrtueuKA voKturriut-
fternoon. but Jn doing It he gave bis
It tier ODDortunity to clean nn and
win everlasting fame for himself. But
La Mere was nervous, and Luck Yee'
f-nrvAa prp not tn hln Hkino' Th
team mates UlentV Of Wnrrv And work. ! thnH una a foul nver fho Iran detank
tnd his opponents and their ruppoit-. end the fourth another called stirk
erg many rain hopes. The eratlc i which benched the soldier in high dis
yoi ngBter struck out eight men. ia- j utt. Kan Yen tried to pull off i foxy
eluding "Fence Comber" La- Mere, jrr.e by catching Bushnell napping at
who fanned twice at critical moments i fUst when La Mere left the rubber,
with men on bases, but he allowed j but Joseph had his eyes open too, and
six pusses, hit a batter, and was touch- j anie tearing in from third, scoring on
ed for six hits, two of tLem being two j a close decision as the ball was return
Ledgers. All this mixed with brilliant j ed. Kan Yen then pulled off a piece
fielding by the Portuguese, and sea-; of big league head work, by running
toned to taste with base stealing and j right into the aimond with the ball,
double plays, resulted m one of the j ard almost tagging.Madeira, who had
'tattiest baseball dishes that has been
fcerved to the fans for many a . day.
.The Chinese won out 4 to 2. tut it
was a great game, that the P. A- Co
taken a long leading off second during
ire play at the plate. He was out
v. hen Kan Yen threw to ABam, al
though the later was knocked over in
xnlgbt have pulled out of the oven and , puling the ball on the runner
fr.fcpn homp fnr their ncn rntmumntlOiV I Honrv Rnshnpll nitrhnd n
tfiken home for their own consumDtioii
at Any stage. ,.At the end of the fift;
the score stood 1 to 1, and after the
Chinese had clouted three funs across. time, and mixed 'em up in great
In; the sixth, and rained a command
? lug lead, the Punchbowl champs came'
buck in the eighth ltb a batting rally
that looked like the real thing. Some
quick relays and quicker thinking byi
, the ChineEe ended it rather suddenly,
mJth only one run added to the P. A. C.
column. - Ast&l
Sixth Oeclded L
' The game was won and lost In. the
; ilxth. frame. The Chinese at bat first
got off to a flying start when La Mere
joggled a sharp 1 grdunded off Luck
Yee's bat. giving the., pitcher life;
. Aeam followed with an easy fly Xo
'., right, and En Sue hit safely to left.
Ayan ' made the second out,A third to
flrtt. t TbenVAfbert Akana put a hot
pounder at Lau Mere, which the big1
F-jldier fumbled and threw wide to the
Kan Yen scoring, f The speedy
lin Sue took :the . opposition by ur-
, prise and kept - right on ; by third '. on
the play rolling; over the plate w a
. ckod of dust. Just as Joseph made a
ild stab at him, Kon Yen, whp broke
up the opening game of the afternoon
vita a couple of long; hits, came to
life again with a slashng double to
ctuter. Akana scoring easily. Wit.
Chier Akana. at lat there was a
cood chance of still another .run, but
"'" Kan Yen made a foolish attempt to
' purloin third and was an easy ouO j
The Portuguese started their half 0i
" t!:e sixth as though they too xntant
fccslness. OrnellaaBit to right center
end A. Joseph waited for four very
wide ones. Flirerwas not equal to
' ifco occasion though, and lined -n
tesy one to Lai Tin who caught the
- ball and threw to second for a force
tut. Freltas fanned. . ,
- ; Again In the eighth the P. A. Os
' got very buty. -With Bushnell retired
via the third to first route La Mert.
tame to bat. Three, times before dur
; lug the game the. crowd had begged
im to hoist one over the. fence, and
.. ie had failed" to get a hit This lime
he faced laick Lee with a dc-odie
look, and the sHm pitcher was much
pleased with -the best the soldier
could do wa an easy grounder toward
- .v. i i jir.k Vn was so pleased, iu
fact, Hhat he forgot to throw straight
Henry Bushnell pitched a tip-top
game, and it wasn't bis fault that the
team lost. He used his head all the
sliane. Although he cave three Masses
none of them figured In the ru get
ting, while his six strike outs came at
oi portune moments.
CHINESE AB RBHSBPO AB
Ea Sue, cf 4
V. Ayau, ss ,3
A. Akana, lb 4
Ken Yen c . . . . . .4
L. Akana, If 4
L. Tin. 3b ...!...4
Sins Hung, rf 3
Luck Yee, p ... .2
A Asam, 2b 3
I ? ::i--V'.'''-- 1
j- -'" , ,sv "
its iissine i England s prospects in re
gaining the Westchester jtolo cup iu
"Tlie Iuke of Westminster Rot
vet her the best stud of iwnies in Kti
land before he arranged to snd
team to America. It has been enor-1
l muusij KLiviiKinviieu. wiin ine resun
jtliat England will be represented by
! the grandest collection of high class
ponies ever got together in this coun
try. Probably for the first time Amer
icans have found that the weight of
dollars has not "availed them in their
efforts to secure the pick of the Brit
ish pony market. It is true that a
number of ponTe.were bbugnt at a
l.igh price for the United States, but
in the majority of cases they were
;iot sold until the dtfke of Westmin
ster had given the refusal of them.
"On the advice of Major Edgren,
manager of the Hurlingiiam ciyb, ac
cording ,to the present arrangement,
the following six players will go to
America to play "for the cup: Cap
;ain George Belleville, W.S. Buckmas
ter, Captain Cheape, Captain Hitson,
V. M. Freake, Lord Wodeiiouse," this
includes the old Cantabe team, which
was recognized as the strongest side
in this country. The duke of West
minster has laid his plans so well
that the odds are likely to be in Eng
land's favor next June 4 and 14 at
Meadow Brook club, Long Island.'
The American Polo Association has
waived the; rules as to tne measure
ments of . ponies to be used; by both
TOVNIES MAKE IT THREE ; ,
U T "4
. U I I111IUIII 1 I1U1II UULiUlMlU
! m dcct t.amc nc cemw.
Ill III 1 1 a ILK III I III ill III! tl
F. A. C.
Madeira, cf .
A Joseph, 3b-2b..3 0
Lltio 2b . ,.k..l
F. Joseph, c 4
?.amlska, If 2
ilcCarthy, if ....1
..31 4 6 2 27 1.V 2
AB RBHSBPO AE
...3 0 0 0 2 0 0
0 0 0 4
0' 00 J
2 0 2 0
2 0 0 2
1 0 14 1
0 0 2
i n.l Jt.
laci, iw ,..-. Henry Chiiungworin ana rAiaiv
to the bag, the-ball going over Akana o nrfiHatpd behilld the bat and on
'.hlMctters. urneuas .
Totals ....29 2 6 0 27 15. 3
Score by Innings:
Chinese Runs..O 0 1 0 0 30 0 01
HU8...1 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 1
P. A. C. Rnns..0 0 0 o 1 0 0 1 02
. Hlts.;.d 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 G
Summary Three-base hit. En Sue;
to-base hits, Kan Yen, L. Akana, A.
Joseph, FUzer; sacrifice hit, Luck Yee,
left on bases, Chinese 2, P. A. C. 8;
first base on errors, Chinese 1, P. A. C.
1; double plays, A, Joseph to Flizer to
F. Joseph, Tin to Asam, Tin to Ayau
to Akana; hit by pitcher, Bushnell;
struck out, by Luck Yee 8. by Bustnell
tibases on called balls, off Luck Yeo
7, off Bushnell 3. Umpires, H. rhil
llngworth and E. Nell. Scorer. Sam
Hop.' Time of game, 1 hour 32 min
utes. - v
SIDELIGHTS ON THE
NEW YORK. Willie Hoppe,' the world's champion billiardist. will
accept-the challenge of Koji Yamada, the Jap, to play for the; 18.2 balk line
title. The latter has been clamoring for a chance at Willie for some time.
In the recent 18.2 championship tourney held here Yamada jdefeated Hop
pe, but experts. claim Willie was a little off form on that particular even
ing.! On the other hand, adherents of the Japanese say he Jbas shown won
derful ; improvement of late and is now capable of defeating Hoppe with
the larst-named4n; hhi best .form. .'. - ? ... , ' .1
teams. . ' - - ., v i
AFTER NEXT 2 MORE POINTS
Shatter . ,
Cubs . .
.a th bleechers. Ornellas
jlnsled to right scoring 1, Mere, am.
A; Joseph came to at .with the Porta
gtttse rooters, besceechrng bim to get
n hit He diL : The ball went to deep
left in safe territory, and Ornellas
ounded third exceeding the fpeej
limit Then the Chinese pulled one o
ihe snappiest refays seen on the local
ilamond this season. "Chier Akaua
lecovered the ball and threw toward
tie plate, while Ayau sprinted in from
tome, turned in a flash and pegged
l.ke a bullet to Kan. Yen. 0"?ITas
hi.d already hit the grit but.kan Yen
bandied the difficult throw to a nicety,
keeping the ball down on the runner
l ist as his foot reared tile rubber.
FlScr was sate on A. AkaM. .error,
n.d the Portuguese were still dange'-
0 s with two oil tto sacks and two
r ne Uno. was put in to bat for
eitaa, but the best he could do was
1 Sounder just to the right of second,
thS TAsam gathered in without troti-
llt and sapping onto the bag forced
Flizer for the third out.
New Hit And Run
ooc roanortivolv. The latter had
few dose ones to call, and got off
without question, but Chilly came in
for some criticism on balls and
strikes. This was undeserved, for
he was off only a few times, and
with Luck Yee cutting the corners
had anything but an easy job. He had
some hard ones to decide at the
plate and at third base, and was
right every time.
Chillingworth is a good enough 1
umpire to cut out the explanations j
when he calls balls and strikes. He j
should signal a tall with his left hand !
and a strike with his right, and let I
it go at that. Yesterday he caused I
some confusion by making motions
with his right to show whether a i
pitch was high, low or wide, anrl ;
then marking it with his left. The ,
fans ought to be able to see for
Another good game of basketball in
store for -the followers of this sport
tr night. When the All-Stars meet the
Fort Shafter team. The soldie- team
ii expected to show up stronger this
tune than they did in the game with
De Russy -having had more opportuni
ty for practice. This-makes the fifth
grme to be.- played in the series. If
the AlUStars win this game, it will
put thenTat the top of the percentage
column with tae De Russy team.
The.; Shatter men are by no means
discouraged for they still have a
chance to win the championship. Four
more games will decide the case, for
thi'tn. The All-Star have the same
ntimber to play, it is now up to the
Shafter five to hold them down.
The games are becoming mon ami
mere interesting and there is a littf
uncertainty as to who will c the team
at the end of the season.
The line up: , ,
All-Stars Ft. Shafter
P. II. Nottage
Pet- W L D Pts
1.000 Healanis 3 0 0 6
1.C0O Mailes 2 0 0 4
.500 Punahous 1 1 1 3
.000 High School 0 2 1 1
.000 Marines '. 0 3 0 0
The 'Healanis took the Marines
down the line at MolHiili Field Sa
unlay, .to the tune of 5 eoals to 0.
in the league soccer game that wast;iirs
A double play unassisted by left
Holders Ping Kong, was the feature of
the second game between the C. A. Ua
and the Asahis in the Junior
League pennant series yesterday after
noon. En Sue's kid brother started
with the crack of the bat for a long
cu Bring fly, and caught the ballVhile
going full speed towards the diamond.
The man on second, thtoking the hit
ur.te, kept on going and rounded tee
end base before the ball was .caught
Ping Kong saw the chance for a sec
ond put out and didn't slacken speed
for an instant He tagged the runner
before he could scamper back to the
The final score was 8 to 4 In favor
of the C. A. Us, who made It two
straight in the pennant series-. If they
take one more game the flag1 will be
Kan Yen of the All-Chinese,
postponed from New Year's Day. itioKe up me game wun a coupie oi
was a fairlv good game to watch, al-. "lashing doubles that drove the win
though rather onesided, and afford- j ,lin8 runs acn88 the pan. His timely
tutting was me real ieauires oi me
A. S. Hall
. . . Lcavitt
. . Cas C
The crowd was almost as large us
that which saw the first game of the I
series a week ago. That means nbout
The Chinese made their firs. n:n m i 00 n tn? gate or for the two pam
ibe tnira, m -
sine- Huns started with
Jingle to right, and Luck ec advanced ; ,n
111 tn neienoornoofl oi to
c .:t and witn me ( ninese on
e long end. A nice contribution
i,,n a base wun a picn. i to ttie treasury tor t tie next invasion
bunt He took third on Asara i.imi-i ,,,,, stafrs.
out, but Pot caught off the lng h ,
ttircn Freitas and Joseph iu an a .-;jZ(.r i,la(;e foiir'-en put oi;t
ten nt to tag tim. and tue former r.n- ; v i,hom an frror, which is oinc
tMv Decged the ball squarely Deteeii . so
Vernon Ayou got four put outs,
but only had two chances to field
assists. He got through without a
niajk in the last column.
I" vu. ..rnmin? off into the dim
d.ftjnce, while the speedy v hinese
cane over, mucn pleased with hnn-
"tLo fifth was a stirring frame to.
tiv Portuguese. Dick Joseph hit. an 1
ymlska reduced the temperature ry
fanning- Madeira drew a iass. and field bleachers. A
then Luck Y"ee filled the sacks by ones were muffed
sor.king Bnshnell in the rib?. Ten on this account.
"Fence ComDer ia .ere iamt- ur. ,
Never did a home run hitter have a
('. I)ui hee
Cc Russy Wins.
Saturday uiht the Do Hussy team
v.-on a hotly contested gjnie ironi th
Dfakiiiis. by the (lose score of '-' to
l1. .Many times the score was tied,
am' not until the whistle FUnah'd th
end of the pimo was the final result a
The play showed considerabie ini
i'ioeiiifUt o'er that of thi- e:'.:licv
Raines. Tl'.e 1 1. 1 r w i li :r is more a cur-j
:"e. and then- is les.-- Ionium. uk men
sccmir.si to i.-alic lh;;t it ".ofr o
licv to l:i coi:tin'i;!ll v penalized for
Anderson starred tor the ru-i'ic : -!
ing vi i v accurate with his ihrowlns.
b( th from penalties and from the field.
Dwiuht played the nost brilliant cam
for tho Healanis. hut e(ry meniber
or both teams defi nes c retf ir for the
on. He were a :rouHed
tirst frame wIipii iiis l
walked throe. 1 "t it woj
The police should keep the small
'leys off the field in front of the let
couple of high
in that territory j ,
I l.ino replaced Captain
I the eirjith. but he failed
Apau sat on the bench and looked j thing in the batting line.
"ook in t!)''
low t wirier
off as th
to do any-
tsl followers of the association
a fcood afternoon's enjoyment.
The Healanis took the makai goal
.-t the beginning of the first half, with
the sun at their backs, and received
the kickoff from the Marines. The
bill was soon taken into the Marines'
Territory and after a lew minutes of
play Oreig made a pretty try for goal,
but the ball barely missed going info
the net. The ball then went hick to
the center of the field where, by a j
well directed kick, it was again rushed ;
back onto the .Marines' ground, and J
ulter several tries, (ireig scored a
goal. When the play was returned,
fireig once more took the hall down :
the field and into the .Marines' terri
tory and. skillfull v evading the goal
keeper, scored another point for his
side. . After a few minutes of play. ,
during which time some good team :
work was displayed by the Healanis,
ftombs placed tl.c ball in the basket'
loi another point in favor of the ,
lioalanis. The half i Icsed with Hie ;
healanis bavin.: run up t!i"ee goal." to
their opine!its' none.
Fast passing and good footwork on
the part of the Healanis was the feat
ure of the second half and shortly
after the opening. Forest, by a fino i
shot from the left, nestled the ball in
tlie nor, adding another point o th"
Healanis' score. The ball was then
t ,ken into the Heafanis' territory bv
the .Marines. -:nd several good at
t nipts at roal wore uwe'e, each of"
vi.'oh proved t;il--ii ul. however.
iiidei Mm. or t "i i - i ": 1 r ! n ; s . root,- r'n.
bail do n the tit Id ilinei-Ji tt:e "e
f rs'e, and despite the uood showing
1 1 1 : - i - - bv th-- Catir' 'ei- uo-! Ikeener.
: ( ored iUother- point fo ki-' team.
"r this score was made, very lit r ' o fas'
I 'ayiti'z was noticea'de. an-l the con
u : t ofded with five coaN f-u the Hca-l.-r-is
and no;ir for the Marines. (
Th' Mariie s sufr'-r eiilv frote :
inexprrit nee. a;:d 1 t'.ie end o;' ta"
sr ason will be playing goed soccer,
'i'iio players iii) i;Oi laeU o- bee,-'
Speed ;.!". i t;:'-v p:.-U fail i.
( A. U...
Ping Kong, If ...3
Sing Sung, cf ?
Kan Yen, ss ....
h'oon Ki, p
Heon Chong. 2b. .4
! C. Wong, rf "
, Luck Yee, lb r
i Tin Yen. 3b 4
AR R BH SB PO AB
Total .. ......37 8 8 r, 27 10 3
ASAHIS AB R BH SB PO A K
: T. Uyeno. 2b .
! Araki. p
j Mariyama. c
' V?niashiro, If .
S. Fyeno, cf . .
Iwasaki. 3b ...
j '.iirrashi.e. rf .
. Komeya. lb . . .
Nikamura, ss .
. . .4
Score by inning?:
A. r. Huns. .:: -i
Hits. .3 -2
r.ahis Huns. .0 'J
II II (I o o s
o (i (i 1 (i S
0 0 (I 1 0 J I)
1 (I n i o i o
With a fair-sizr-d crowd in attend
ance, and with the' Hawaiian Band
dispensing music througout the game,
the Original Town Team won from
the- Schofield Barracks eleven on
Moiliilt Field Saturday afternoon In
the last game of the series, taking
the Soldiers into camp to the tune
of 7 -to 2.
That It was the best of the series
of three games which have been
played by these two elevens waa the
opinion of the "fans who thronged. the
sidelines and many are disappointed
by the faet that the two teams have
played their last game. !n spite of
the nerve-racking play of each team
in the attempt to score, the players' on
both sides kept their heads, and dis
played skill that wouldj have; done
credit to a varsity team on the main
land. Both machines were aggressive,
and every one of the twenty-two
players was on the go every minute.
Neither eleven could get very far
with team work, and the few passes
which were pulled off, did not figure
greatly as ground-gainers. The Sol
diers seemed to be ia' better trim
thas ever before, and the game was
nearly void of the sundry squabbles
which figured prominently in the first
two contests. It was only by sheer
luck that either team scored, and
for a while it looked as if the game
would be chalked up as a nothing
to nothing affair, v
Hall A Star V
Again"' the credit of winning : the
game must be given to Quarterback
Hall, of the Townles.1 who was . re
sponsible for that eleven scoring the
only touchdown of ; the afternoon.
Near the end of Y the- first quarter,
with about twenty . seconds- to", play,
the Townlea, rushed r, the oval up to
within twenty yards of the Soldiers'
for a goal from the field, but he
failed, as the ball fell short of clear
ing the uprights- Lowndes, of the
Soldiers, received the oval twq i yards
from the line, and was downed' in his
tracks. Thei. Soldiers then tried
scrimmage to carry the ball out into
the field once more, and in the mix
up, one of the halves dropped it and
it i was recovered by Hall, of .the
Tpwnies. The ToWnles were given
the first down and Hall, with a long
run around right end, carried the oval
over the line, saving the day for his
team. Friesell .then booted the
leather between the sticks, adding one
more point to those made by the
Quick work was all that saved the
Soldiers from being shut out entirely.
Near the middle of the last quarter,
Greenaway booted the leather down
the field and in attempting to take
it,.Triesell fumbled and was forced
to run back towards the goal line in
order to recover it. But the Soldiers
were upon him like a foraging party,
and j he was shoved across the line,
thereby grving the Soldiers two points
on a touchback.
Just Hard Work
Although there was little individu
al star playing by the members of
either team, still there were a few
who deserve a lot of credit for good
work. Hall, as usual, bore the brunt
of the work for the Town Team, and
he was closely followed by Cayard,
Friesell, Desha and Hughes. The
olaying of Cayard In all the games
has been a real treat and the way
he has tackled and broken up plays
shows that he has lost none of the
knowledge of the game drilled into
him in his college days. "Fat" Lucas
did not show up at center and his
place was taken by Moore, who. in
spite of a few wild passes made at
different times during the contest,
played a good game.
Baugh. the husky right half of the,
Soldier aggregation was responsible
for the greater number of gains made
by his team. Cathy, Craig. Wacker,
Kevnolds. Iowndes and Creenaway
BY H. D. CASE.
twenty-five-yard line, who; advanced
It ten yardk On the flrrt down for
the Townks Hughes went thrcush
right tackle for a gain of, two yards .
and then Hail took the tall for a
good gain of eleven yards around left
end. Both sides' played offsMe on v
this play. On the- first down Hall
again went around the end for a gain V
of five yards and on the second
Friesell went through risht guard and.
center for a gain of tbout two yards.
Desha was given the ball on the next
down : but dribbled It. and it ' was re
covered by the Towniee. On the
fourth Hall went through center for
another gain of two yards and on the
first down Hughes fumbled and the
tall waa recovered ; by the Soldiers. .
Reynolds took ; the ; ball - around , the
left end for a gain of a yard on the
first down and Lowndes, on the tec
ond, tried a pass which proved to be ;
incomplete. The Townlea - were
penalized five yards for playing off
clde at this point and when a pasa
was again made. on - the third down,
the ball was taken by Cayard who
gained about three yard as a result
Halt then made a pass and had nt :
Hugherf dropped It, . Jt ; might hay
netted a large gain; Hall, on the
ond down., was pushed back for the
loss of a yard and another pass front
Hall was received by the Townles cn ;
the Soldiers twenty-yard-line. Hughes
was then given the ball on the first
down but .went back-four, yards and "
then Hall dropped ( back,, fcr a . goal
from the field which . failed, the Lall
being recovered by the Soldiers about
two feet' from their goal tine.7 Tho'
Soldiers, "Instead ofpuntlns; oat . cf
danger, resorted' to scrimmago with
the result that they fumbled the halt,
which waa recovered by the Townir.
On the first down (HaJI took the
sphere .for an end run .asiplacc:!" rn
oval over the-line for a touchdov n.
Friesell theri kicked ;-. a .pretty wV
making ihe score ; 7 to 0 Id favor : of
the Townles. Time' waa-then cai'.cd
for the end of the. first quarter. ,!
(Continued on page 12.)
-II are also credited with doing a lot of
cfever work. "Pinkey Pastorl, the
lightweight end. who seemed to take
pleasure in teasing Friesell, was the
subject of much comment by his f el-! $
low bunkies on the sidelines, as hej
There's talk of a scries between aa
All -8tudent ball team and the Chiaese
champions. - With Punahou, St' Iouh
and Kam to. draw from, there la a
chance to get toother a fast aggre
gation, and as the Chinese are willing,
some good ball should lie forthcoming
In the near future. There will be a
lay-off next Sunday, nod the -game, if
it materializes, will be played Jan.. 19.
A mile walking race ' Is suggested
as an added attraction la the Febru
ary race meeting. , Dick Sullivan, Ni
gel Jackson, It M. Ayrea and J. G. ;
Meek are suggested a entries, 'the
Idea being to make It a match affair
limited to these men. ".
The Healanl soccer tam minus one .
or two of its star players, engaged in
a friendly match with the ; Schofield
Barracks soccer enthusiasts at-Carau
Very yesterday morning, winning' out
by a score of 2 to 0. ' ;v- '
NEW YORK. Dec. 27-ForHhe
first time in the history of golf France
has formally challenged the '.United
States to a match. President 'Des
champs of the Golf de Paris club has
written a letter to Secretary Robert '.
O. Watson of the United State Golf
association, inviting a team of' four
professional golfers to compete on' La
Builie links near Paris In a tourna-v
ment following the competition for
the British open title. Tiic challenge
has been acknowledged.
tt PRAISE FOR M'KF 3
R KKO.H COAST IMPEtt
Duke Kahanamoku ft nre in tl
was nearly always seen at the bottom,: for a hl t)00g( f,-om y.-.l .am Un- 8
(of each play. While being light. l mack, of the San Francisco Call. S
wiln "Pinkey" was all there on the end , t n resume of Paerfie Coast 5
Mori-I of the line. j Z athletic p-rforiiiance.-? durirs the
The call of Heceiil.er :
in referep.ee to tlie I'rfAi'.ian:
tion. and their
racked. T?. '
lie:;;jl!rs ('i ';: tiil'a-
)a::i;m is . o:ue
t'aeuv e,f knowing:
just where the other feilow is. and
snapped the hall to bim in tinio
to avoid a charge is still lacking with
most cf the Cump "ery men. I u: it
Summary Three-base T.its. Kan Yen
.'; sacrifice hit. Owasaki. left on bases,
i". A. I". Asahis 8: first base on er-
is. C. A. C 4. Asahis 3; double plays
Pine Konc. unassisted, struck out. by
-raki 2. Hoon Kee ": bases on called
I , lis. off Araki 7. Hoon Ki :
niiel . Arnki 1: tassed 1 aM. . (
uea 2. Xavier 2: missed thr'd strike ; The attendance at the i;anie was
Xavier I. I'mpiie. i. "billins;wo"th : j not as laru as it should have been
io:er X Jackson Time of came, but this faet did not seem to '.other
i'e hour 3 1 minutes. 'he players any. The :;ani" started n "Duke Kahanainoku ifoiio-S
. i at h onarter-pasfi three o'clfjck tV,l-,JJ : j 1 1 1 . of course, inust he -ivenllie
will coiue in time, and t!un Ioo err lowinsfthe close of tlie soccer contest, j n cj-f,wnin place ,,f !- entire ":
for I'neie Sam's sea-soldcirs. w hen ; Following is the garne by quarters: j; ;, -viinminu v.orld. Hi rssi 'res of
:hv cbange from khaki iv.to football : First Quarter S 24!-.". second? for the ' " ynrda. "?
toss. , The Soldiers won .the toss andjtJ for up it wafer I ard
The line-up: i chose the makai goal with the sun a i K straightaway and .'.; 4-" for I'.'O t
Healanis Lonuley. Rickard. For-' their backs, and received the kick-JJ yjirds in a tank are tndy j-enmrk-
test. Rowat. Anderson. Oakley. .Mc-' off. Friesell booted the leather audit? aliV. ;lU all three fofm world's ?
'inli v tcautaiul. Dwinht. ( 'oomlis. ' t he tin 1 1 unn received bv Lowndes;?? . (feds Hi- triumphs at
('reiu. Heuuv. qtj the ten-vard-line. who advanced j; i ?J S'f,e'-;a'd;(i
("ami) Verv Marines tlibson. Hun- twpntv varris before beinz tackled.,'?? muc.i
perton. Abbott. Hillier. .Martin. Coch- f)n tlie first down a fumble netted j ?? arid Hono.uln Ix tore the world at ?
ran p. Ottenson. Morris (captain . Le- the Soldiers no gain and on the see - ?? lars;". and his wohderful speed
may. Dickson. Lavay. ond Wacker went through left taKiei?z can not f:e equaten oy any oiner -
The officials were: Peas, referee: ( for a eain of two yards.
toward p!peiim t iis
f'.lack and (!. K. Low,
TIip Soi l?? man in the world today."
lines- dieds then punted and the ball was . a
received bv Friesell on the Townies n?????????JS3S?:?:XB?:8X23