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HONOLULU STAIMJULLETIN, MONDAY, JAN. 20, 1913.
CJRXELL HAS TURNED OUT
some famous , cross country run
ners, and Cornell graduates here
arc anxious to foster the spoit.
They have therefore offered a nip tor
the annual interscholastie cross (our
t-y event, in which four schools; wil'
enter tenns this ycar.'and have addc;
considerable interest to the rave
though the naming of no w condition
to govern iie contest,
licretoforo the cross country race,
has been tuch in same only, the run
ners plodding aiong the roads, and
giving fields and furrow a wide berth.
There has been no real cross country
work, with natural obstacles to sur
mrunt, such as bringing out the true
class of the competitors, and this has
teen a source of regret to those who
Appreciate the niceties of the sport.
Last year the Punabou-Kam race war
from the Waftikt fnn to the High
School, about the most uninteresting
course that could hare been selected,
t 1th ihe going over hard and uneven
roads, far from easy on the men.
This year there is to be a decided
innovation, 'for the course is to be laid
cut by' the cup donors, and the runners
themselves are to be kept in ignor
ance of the routo until the last min
ute. Shortly before the start ihe cap
tain of each team is to receive a map
of the course, with full directions, and
it is up to him to pilot his mates over
it. Just what are the ideas of the col
lege grade In regard to the race has
l'Ot be definitely stated,, but it is un
derstood that they favor a crois coun
try event 1a; the broader sense of ,the
v-trd, und that the going will not be,
entirely confined W the highways this
year. If this iss'o, and a good stiff
4-mile course. is laid out over obsTa
des, the event will e In every w
. - V,
an improvemeni on uie loruier uues. n
wil be a better test of speed, '-kill
and resourcermaness, ana wiu oe wore
iAertalnlngf or Troth . competitors and
spectators. :: '" . v -
.Four sclnbls;ilJ-iwobly- enteT
teams this jrear, .which will make a
much larger field than formerly and
will add considerably to Ae interest
Kafn and funahou were the only con
tenders last; season, but .High School
and Mills Institute have got into the
game, and will send representatives.
Last s pring . jvamehameha I and Puna
hou hooked up twice, the former win
ning both events, with J. Jones cross
ing the linbflrsticeth. times. , The
iHW Ton tn T
All Oft. i I1U, TlWftlOl ltU V A
Scfuare, was extremely close, the
Kams winning by the narrowest mar
gin, but the second run, teh day a
later, over a more varied course in
the neighborhood of the Kam school,
was an easier victory for that team.
Ed lledemann-; has started the
fashion In motor boats with a speedy
craft In whiqh he burned up the wa
ters or the harbor yesterday morning.
The boat has a 40 h. p. engine only,
but is bo designed that it noses sky
ward in , approved style and makes
everything else in' the harbor look as
if it were backing. -The ffcat is chris
tened Dot IL .She is a classy little
' ... ,
The local branch of the A. A. U, is
dohg the right thing in perfecting
plans for the annual .track and field
championship and the spring swim
ming meet well ahead of time. It is
planned to hold both, these events on
February 22 or, if this date clashes
with other carnival attractions, a
week later. The club representatives
made a good selection at the meeting
last Saturday, when they named the
committee which is to get up the pro
gram and complete arrangements. A.
T. Longley, G. H. Tuttle, J. P. Soper,
W. L. Johnson and Lorrin Andrews
are all experienced men, and capable
of getting up the best kind of a card.
The C. A. U's., with Iivck Yc in
the box, took their fourth game from
the Asahis, in the pennant scries ol
the Junior League yesterday, by the
walkaway score of IS to 1. Victory
gives them the flag and the undis
puttd claim to the championship of
1 lie Junior organization for 1912 and
torm of lVlo. This business of string
ing unit the baseball season hopeless
ly in tip the accepted conditions.
How the Asahis ever took a pirae
from tlic Chinese is a mystery over
which 'he fans are still puzzling.
There is absolutely no comparison be
Cveen the two organizations, as to
plaving ability, or knowledge of base
lali. Both teams played tight ball for
three innings, and then the Chinese
cpened up with a fussilade of bincles
. JUNIOR CHAMPS
(Continued on page li.)
OF POLO GAME
Hawaiian Captain Puts Up a
Splendid Exhibition and Gets
Big Boost from Coast Papers.
Hawaii Team Will Play in the
Tournament at San Mateo
Before Returning to Islands
IHLLCROROUGH, Jan. 12. Hacked
: y Walter Dillingham of the Honolu
lu poJo team, Tom Driscoll's "Stock
men" swamped Tobin's '"Erratics" to
the tune of 10 goals to on Ky Cer-
rito field this afternoon. "Swamped"
is tho literal word -to uset for before
the match was over, the hoof torn turf
of the San A:ateo polo grounds looked
iike a safe hiding place for half a
million of the shyest marsh birds.
The sloppy condition of the field
and a slow, drizzling rain that began
to come down before the game was
half over, did not dampen the ardor
of the fans and players, however, for
George Garrftt returned from south
ern California this morning bringing
glad tidings for everybody that takes
an interest in polo.
The news brought up from the
south by Garritt was to the effect that
Canada, Hawaii, Kansas City, Pasa
dena and Coronado will enter strong
teams in the tournament to be held
in Hillsborough beginning March 20.
While in Los . Angeles, Garritt talked
with representatives of all five teams
and was authorized by them to accept
the invitation of the San Mateo Folo
club to participate in the coming tour
neys, t "
Two Teams to Go South.
As soon as the acceptances were re
ceived, Polo Manager Hasting began
to lay plans for sending two local
teams to' take part in the Coronado
tournament early in March. Walter
Hobart will be unable to make the
trip but-Tobin, fDevereux, Garritt,
Hastings, JWithersl Texis, De Guignc
and another ; will 'lorn- to nearieus
for atrong teams. "
- Although na; definite word has been
received in regard to the persornel
of the-five teams that will come here
March 20, Canada will be represented
by Major Colin G. Itos3, O. A. Ciitch
ey, K. G. Saowden, Richard Carl
and H. Robertson and if the Coronado
team is shy a, man, Major Ross prob-
.ably will fill the -vacancy. Coronado
already has three available players in
John Hobbs, Captain J. C. Besley and
Walter H. Dupee, the latLcr having
given up the 'Jea of crtrins a leiiu
from the Onwcntsia club of C!iicaj;o.
The Pasadenans will be Robert
N'ewstadt, Reggie Vti3s, Harry Weiss
and Carleton Burke, with the iossi
bility that Tom Weiss may come as a
sulsti.ute. Arthur Rice, Harold
Castle, Walter DHlingham and Frank
and Sam Baldwin will be here for
Honolulu, and the K'ansas City repre
sentation will be a four organized by
Stephen H. Velie, wha spends the win
ter season at Coronado.
With the five challenging teams
and three or four teams made up of
local players, prospects arc bright for
'.he best tournament ever pulled off in
Dillingham Shows Well
Judging from the brand of polo dis
played by Walter Dillingham in the
match between the "Stockmen" and
"Erratics' this afternoon, the San Ma
teo players will have to hustle if they
don't want to say goodby to the tour
nament cups. Although at back, a po
sition which rarely gives a player
openings for goals, Dillingham scored
4 of the total of 10 goals made by the
winning "Stockmen" today. By mak
ing the four capital goal shots, Dil
lingham even surpassed the invincible
Driscoll, whose maHet was responsible
for only 3 of the goa:s.
The Hawaiian captain exceeded all
exiectaiIons. He rides like a true
horseman, is quick on the ball both
oh the turn and straight away, and his
powerful swing reminds me of the
hard liding Lord Tweedmouth, who
lead the Britishers last year.
Dillingham scoiod the first goal of
today's game with a neat backhander
from a stiff angle near the paddock.
All ihe local players seemed to be bad
y off their game as a result of tht
flow condition of the field, but Dilling
ham was after the ball all the time
and nearly scored agaiu before the
end of the second chukkur. An acci
dental swing by Withers in Driscoli's
irref tiori caused Referrec- Hoag to call
a foul and the 'Erratics" ended the
; eriod with a score of minus Vs.
Hawaiian Buys a Pony.
Drisioll scored""' in tho third and
tounh and followed up by passing for
another by Ie Guigtie. A bit of team
work. by Driscoll and Dillingham end
ed in another by the left-handed cap
tpin in the fifth, and tb Hawaiian
leader came through for another. Tev
is tallied just before the gong sounded
the end of the fifth. "
When the sixth chukkur opened the
field was a mass of hoof marks, which
prevented the ball from rolliuR more
;hati a. few yards at th." most. Dil
Mncbam managed to seore from the
nuk at the end of the field, and when
l.e sliced the bail toward the end of
FOUR VIEWS OF
CHAMPION OF EUROPE, WHO IS AFTER
THE SCALPS OF AMERICAN WRESTLERS
- j f; 'fMM:mlf " '
1 I. ill fr ' -'Vnrs v
NEW YORK Zbjsco, the giant Pole, who is after a match with Frank Gotch for the world's championship,
will not bo the only foreign wrestler occupying the limelight in the grapplinr. world this season. Another star re
cenly arrived in this country who give? promise of helping to make mat history. He is Henry Irslinger of
Austria, holder of the middleweight and light heavyweight championship of Kurope. Henry's first big bonyiu;
this country will be with George Kothner, famous veteran, considered the cleverest man that ever appeared on
the mat. In this battle Irslinger will be put to a severe test. He has agreed to throw George three times in an
hour ."in this city January 23. The match will be decided under cateh-as-catch can rides at catch weights, la'lbts
Irslinger may have bitten off more than be can chow. Wrestling fans do net believe that there is a man in the
world who can throw Bothner three times in an hour. Men half ae;ain as heavy ;is he is have tried to throw him
once and failed. Tom Jenkins couldn't pin his shoulders tn the mat, nor could dozens of others. It may be that
Irslmger will accomplish the feat that baffled so many others. Bothner is not young as he was. He is many
years older than Irslinger, and if his youthful rival triumphs over him it will bo due as much to the increasing
weight of years as to the foreigner's superior ability. Then, too, Irslinger will outweigh E';othner many pound.
The American is always clo.':e to the l"y pound notch, while Irslinger will probably weight around 175 pounds.
Although Irslinger is a youth in years, bo is old in experience. He is an Austrian by birth. He has been
wrestling for many ytars and in mauy lands. He cleaned up all opponents in continental Europe and then
crossed over to Kngland and rejeated his victories there. Irslinger has issued a challenge to Fred Beel,
Amcricus (Gus Schoenlein) or any oilier light heavyweight wrestler in Amenta. Unlike many foreigners who
are solely Greco-Roman wrestlers. Irslinger is an expert catch-as-catch-can grappler. Picture No. 1 shows Ir
slinger executing crotch hold on his. partner; No. 2. Uie flying mare; Nq. 3, pinning his opponent's shoulder to
the mat. Dust picture shows crcat chest development of Irslinger.
WON BY PICKS
Too much baseball.
That's the reason why only a scat-J
tering crowd of bored fans saw yes
terday's games at Athletic Park, and
showed their indifference to very in
different playing by passing remarks
on the weather, and admiring the
lightning play up Manoa vally--the
only place that saw any lightning
play during the afternoon.
The closer of the double header was
between thi P. A. (Ys and Dave De
sha's picked team, with Barney Joy
in the box. He was much out of prac
tice, and somewhat wild in conse
quence, but the best the Portuuose
could ;et off his delivery was three
safe ones, one a lueky homer off the
end of I, .Mere's hai in the seventh,
which just cleared the right field
fence, ami saved Manager i'aiesa's
men from an application of white
wash. The Picks got all three runs j
in the sixth, when sharp hitting and
infield errors brought the men across
The Portuguese infield was very
the period le (Jniirne pushed through
fi r his second coal of the iranic.
There was no scoring in the seventh,
but in the las' chukkur Driseoll and
Dillingham each annexed another. The
match ended in a rastv drizzle and
with the field che-kcied with nr.ul-holes.
Dillingham ended good day ofstn;ck our. by ,TV r.. by Rnshnell 4:
sport by purchasing bailor Poy. a fast j bases (n ca'.le-i balh. off .Tov :',:
bay gelding, trom. th.e string of Will 1 passed Pall. Sehrir.ian. I'mpir.-s. A
Tevi. The Honolulu player will a!dj.kar.a an.i Pbsky. Seorer. W T.
the local pony to his island moan's. Uapopn. Time cf aa:nc 1 hoi:r and 1J
which arc no" s;ab!cJ at Coronado. tnmuu -.
1 X - r:-W.A
ragged, th" play
making errors in
judgment as we'.l as in handling
Bushnell pitched a good game, al
lowing only four hits.
P.A.C. - AB K BH SB PO A
Sonsa. 3b 3 ' 3 3
Ornellas. rf 4 " 1 1 1
A. Joseph, ss t 11 4
Bushnell, p 1 "
I. a .Mere. L'b " 1 1
F. Joseph, c 1 " 4 2
Fiizer, lb - " 'J 1
Lino, If 3 o 0 n 3 n
Madeira, cf - ' U "
Teta Is -' 1 3 1 -1 Vo
PiCKS AB Pv BH SB PO A
Cbilliimwo-Hi. ss .4 1 1 t 3
W. Desha. It' " 1 1 " - "
I). Desha, rf .... 4 1 " 1 "
.Markham. :!1 11 1 " " 1
Joy. p :: " 1 " 1 -
Franco. Lli " " 1 4
SfMnman, c 11 11 " '' "
A. Desha, lb '" 11 " 1" 1
K.ialii. cf " " " " :; 11
Se-nv by ini!
P.A.C- - K::"s
Picks - linns
1 II II
1 I' 1
,1 11 o 'I e it
It M 1 II II II
II II II II II .",
i i its ..11 11 1 1 e 11 ii
Summary Home r'in. La Mere:
two-ba.-e hits. M.-rkham. Joy: saerifiee
hit. V. Des!:.!: t-aerifice flv. Mark
ham: left on );;.-e.
Tcad 4: f.rs; h i. r
P. A. C 1. Picked j
on error?. P. A. C ,
1. Picke! Team ": double plays, ("hii
ling worth tn Franco to .V le?ha, A.
Prsha to Chillinuv nr; h. Franco to A
Pesha : by pitehp.; ha';!. 1. 3 Mere:
SWIFTEST PLAY IN
BASEBALL MADE BY
KELLY, SAYS M'GRAW
1 According to John McGraw, the
i was made by King Kelly, the greatest
" j of ail catchers.
j 'There have been many instances of
" (quick brain work," said McGraw, "but
3 i I'm sure that Kelly leads them all.
i' 1 ' During the game I have in mind
L'jthre were runners on second and
0 third, and if both scored the game
wf.uld be won against Kelly's team.
The King was behind the bat and was
fighting every inch of the way. Finally
the batter drove a line single into
left aid of course one of the runs
scored. It was up 10 mm to step ine
j other and save the game. The throw
i' j to the plate was wide and to the left
" ; of the plate. Kelly say the runner
foniim and realized 4hat he coukl
1101 ad the f:a 1 1 with nis mitt nana
also realized that if he jumped for i
o as to uet if in both hands he I
wouid not hae a chance to touch the 1
runner. When the runner was within nmiseit. Just as soon aa the men got
n'reep f-et of rhe plate his quick;awa' behind the home plate the ball
brain solved rhe oi-estion. He threw ! players rushed onto the diamond for
the mitt from his left hand when thethe sfecatl Rame, and some of the
bail uas richt on him, speared it with spectators didn't know whether the
the bare hand and tasired out the ! tWft fifiures circling the. track were
ri::' i r as he swrpt by.
"Vcu must remember that Kelly
had to fienre all this out in a second's
time. He did it ami saved the game."
Ceor-'e C. Henry of the firm of
Solomon & Co., New York bankers,
refus d ro answer many of the per
rir.ent questions put to him by the
"money trust" committee before
which he had been called to testifv.
Three Jo-round bouts are s hedulo.I
1'V Rome. Italy. Th;s i
f.t ot pusilisni in Italy.
HEALANI5 AND MAILES BAHLE
TO DESPERATE NO SCORE TIE
Fine Exhibition of Soccer Football at Moiliili Saturday After
noon Witnessed by Fair-Sized Crowd Marines take De
pleted and Disorganized Champions Down the fine to the
Tune of Three to One
STANDING OF THE ASSOCIATION FOOTDALL LEACUC
Before a fair-sized crowd of rooters,
the old-time rivals, the Mailes and the
Healanis, two two strongest teams of
the Association Football League, met
on Moiliili Fiel dlast Saturday after
noon and played a good fast game
which resulted in neither eleven
scoring. . It was perhaps the most
spirited and best-played game which
has taken place this season, and as
the result of the no-score, the Hea
lanis still stand at the top of the list
with the .Mailes a close second.
At the beginning oft; the contest
all indications pointed to the Hea
lanis as being the best aggregation,
and this eleven went onto the field
with every expectation of taking the
game. It was the strongest team of
the two, and the Mailes are of the
opinion that they did themselves proud
ty holding their opponents down to
a scoreless contest For the -Mailes,
"Bill" Paty bore the brunt of the work
throughout the game, and it was by
bis work that many times the at
tempts of the Healanis to put the
ball into the net failed. In each case
Paty was on band and with a well
directed kick sent the ball back to
the center of the field. On both of
fensive and defensive .work, Ballcn
tyne, Davis and Hollinger played well
for the Mailes, while Grgig, Dwigbt
and McKinlay did the greater, part; oi
the star playing for the Healanis,: V '
Mailes Open Strong , .
;?Tbe Mallet played .well In the first
period of the game.J' The plVJMilWcfi'l'' "tho
.wlalfeWT-rhat tMS'waSllietr time' to get
hearer the top , of . the list, and ; all
went after the "game" front the start.
The Healanis kicked off, and the ball
was soon taken into the Mailes ter
ritory, where several times attempts
to kick goals were made, nearly every
one. being foiled by Paty. Tho score
at' the end of the first half looked as
if neither team would make a goal
and at the beginning of the second
the Mailes, though somewhat tired,
played harder than ever. Several
tiroes they got the ball near the Hea
lanjs' goal, but here they were met
by Rickard, who foiled their at
tempts to boot the leather mto the
mesh. The game came to an end with
no score by either side. Both teams
played with all that Was in them and
th" spectators were satisfied with the
results, and are now looking forward
to the next time the two teams meet
A fairly good crowd attended the
game, and so far, the turnouts at the
matches this year have been slowly
on the increase, showing the gaining
popularity of soccer.
Mailes Paty, goal; O. Davies and
D. Center, fullbacks; .1. Hollinger. El
mer Davis and Watson Ballentyne.
halfbacks; E. Gay, O.jP. Soares, Har-
t . y 1, v, 1 t,i.ui f
be a real beel and toe man yesterday
afternoon, when he easily defeated I
VJfrl Tarkir.n In a mil and .1 half!
event staged between ball games atlba3eman ,n the am so far," remark
Athletic Park yesterday afternoon. J Senator Griff, "but th best first base
Meek had the best of it from the
start, and after the first lap, which
was the fastest of the nine, let down
considerably, and walked in an easy
There iwa considerable uncertain
ty over arrangements for the race.
Some of the officials failed to put in
an appearance, ana u iook some time
to ,hp mf'n started. Jackson hav-
ln to mar,; ff ,irnits of thp track
special policemen of fly chasers.
Meek walks in fine form, puttinc
heel and toe down fairly and squarely
and covering grotim" with apparent
ease. He was rretty badly blown
when he finished though, and whether I
he could have beaten Jackson over a !
much longer route is uncertain.
latter nroke several times, dmi ne
was so far behind that the judges .
let if go without a warnine;. Jackson!
has a peculiar style which is hard to
judge whether or not he is walking
fairly. He locks the knee well enougn,
but doesn't plant heel and toe square-
ry Bailey, George Quintal and Billy
Hoogs. f or wa rds. - ; - r, .
Healanis Rickard, goal; Walker
and Forrest, fullbacks: McKlnley, An
derson and Rowat. halfbacks; Dwigbt. v
Low, Coombs, Greig and Oakley,, for-
wards. " ; .. .,
Score: Mailes 0, Healanis O.1, .
Officials: Deas referee; Walsh -moil
Robinson, linesmen. , ' :
Marines Win. ' . . I : ' '
Immediately follow toe r- (he '.:Aftl''
Healani contest, t bo Camp Very Ma
rine team and the McKlnley , HigH
School eleven took possession of. the
field for the rest of the afternoon, the
game between- these two teams . re v.
salting in a victory for the former by
a score of 3 to 0. For tho, second time
this season the High team has come
onto the field minus. s number' of
players, and tn the game Saturday. 'the
team played iagalnst. the complete Ma
rine eleven with seven men, this num
ber being increased at the beginning
of the second ' half by the arrival of
another player;-1. .-.$-rv -:- : ; .
During the first half of the contest
the Highs put upa lot , good rday- '
ing and held the Marines down bo that
when the whistle blew calling tlraofor
the end of that period, there wa-i'no
score by either side. Then a hoodoo
seemed to hit the ranks of the IPgbP,"
for, soon after the additional members
of the team appeared and commenced
playing In the second half,1 ; the Ma
rines' buckled down to work and three
times shot the ball through tv-.Mads-
net. Shortly after time was called. fdf
the beginning, of the v secolid period.
the Marines took the' ball far Into the
Highs' territory,. where; .by a well-directed
kick. Captain Morris sdored'the
first goal of tho .game.; The second
goal of the Marines followed soon aft
er by Dickson from a carver kick, and
near the end of ihe' contest Eaears;
made the third, bringing Ihr . ball
back from the center 7 the field,
where it had. been placed by, tho-'
Highs.. . . .;. . t -. U
Theame was fast and tfcere were
several Individual stars on both sides.;
Dwight, Hickman, Kleime andChfl
lingworth, of the Highs; played up to
their usual' standard, especially j Ihe
latter, who several tlraes preTCJitad
tho Marines from scoring; Hy: cfulck
work. For the Marines, Dickson,
Shears, Morris, Lemay and Gibson did
good work. ; :. V,
The line-up: r "r. t.; "
Camp Very Marines Gibaonr goal;
Hupperton and Otteson, fullbacks; .
Martin, Fitzmaurice, Clif fordr ; half
backs; Morris (captain), -'Dickson,
Shears, Levy and Lemay, "forwards..
High School Henry ChiHiagworth
goal; Moss, fullback; Hickman ? and
Trotter halfbacks; Klemme, Gray,
Haney and Dwight, forward. . r
Abolition - of the rating of tennis
players is being considered by the of
ficials of the United States National
Lawn Tennis Association If Is-de
clared that the rating committee finds
the work too great a tack beeauM
ymvfrs ran 10 co-ooerato rv Mfitiiner
in the data required for the ratings,
.'V - .
iIaI Chase haT been the beStTfiTSt
man ror rjv.i win be a young fellow
named Chick Gandil. Walt and watch.
The dream-legion club is composed of
"first basemen as good as Chase,"
"shortstops better than Wagner.' "out
fielders faster than Cobb" and "pitch
ers with as much smoke as -Johnson,
There is one major league club the
ownership of which is not hidden from
the public, and that is the Phibdlpbia
Athletics. The statement is m;we taat
tt. V. Shibe and his two sons, TYimfin
and John,. own So per cent, a' Con
nie Mack, throush his rtcrnt. pur
erase, owns the other half. And there
seems to be no fear that a dctdlock
in club affairs will ever occur.
!y. civinc more the app,arar'" of
running stiff leczed on his heels.
TKI K TEST OF .HERIT.
Von judce a man not bv what he
promises to do. but
bv what be ba
done. inat is
only tms test.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy judged
by thi.; standard has no superior, Peo-, .
pie everywhere speak of it in. the high
est terms of praise. For sale by. all"
dealers. Benson. Smith &Co;Lt(lv
agents for Hawaii. advertisement;