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Y Event wIring Out Flor
r.ce Roberts, Umpqua and
Mary Jane; Mule Race
the sun continues to shine on the
k out at Kepiolanl park a large
should be In attendance at the
a on New Years as the card ot
i for tomorrow is much better
that which was offered to the
on Christmas Day.
ere will be seven races, with
entries and the consensus of
on appears to be that the New
r's races will more than make up
the Christmas events. There ap
3 to be one or two persons who
:.t in holding their hands out to
the jingle ih . athletic events,
:-.er they be good or bad. but the
: not Interested In any horse
y event other than for the sport
. wants to know.
An improvement .
Avell known horseman In the city
has entered horses In the past
talking to a group of horsemen
day. All were Interested In rac
He was asked bis candid opinion
t the New Year's events. "1 must
that the Christmas .card did mot
up to expectations, but 1 believe
th9 New Year's races will be eat
ery to everyone." That was the
n of the man who is Interested
rscs, and would like to see the
s a real success.. .
tcgin with the mile race should
real ; one from start to finish.
Jay sprang a "surprise; in tna
r: ce and with Umpqua; and Flor
Hcberts also entered. In! this
', the racing followers-; should
ome good racing. Johnny Car
:k Florence Roberts the seven,
3 In 1:35 on Saturday and. tjis
: lane entry looked food for the
Florence Favorite -
:r.ce Roberta should be the tav
in the mile event, as the Macfar
r.try has been known to go. the
2 in fast time, and furthermore
I enough in the Christmas race
: :.ntee some real racing In Jhe
; tomorrow. Florence did, not
r-.y trouble with her bowed tfen
J It all goes well should 'Dasa
:e first -
terest to racing fans is the fact
e card tomorrow will show a
:-ce. Mrs.-,. Walter . Macfarlahe
..tered Suante acd Remark Tin
: :ce. The v two year olds were
A here from the Wlngfleld sta
:zi when notified that there
- d other entries Mrs. Macfarlano
i to enter them in one; rae.
.z tries In a race doesn't attract
rule, but 1t should In this case as
:izg fans will have a chance to
'.-t the baby runners can do. v,
-' Harness Race
harness , race wilt- bring i out
- e Boy and . Zorene. Little is
i cf Zorene, but In the workouts
r&nzy entry ; has made good
end will be picked by many to
ver Welcome Boy. In the second
cf the day Lahonton Water ap
to have the call, although the
entries are good over the four
3;. ::4 .- -.- t-''
nule race will bring out a lot
5, and the gentlemen riders are
: to show something. The race
trolmen brought out a lot of
in the last race and should
to be. as Interesting this time,
events booked for .- tomorrow
1 3 &s follows: ' -.A
t race Trottlhg and pacing,
: :r all. One mile heats; best two
:e. Purse $400, Entrance fea-10
-t cf purse. Welcome Boy and
r.i. race Four f urioegs ; for
1 torses, weight for age. Purse
. cf which 50 r goes to second.
Louiae, . Termont, ; Lahonton
r and Golden Spray... "".
ird rac One - mile mule race,
men riders, catch weights, cup
r.er; sport pin to rider. Purse of
Ascribed by riders donated to
Cross. Black Bess, It U Castle;
hala. Kit Carson; Senator. C.
; Duke of Kualoa, Cornell Frank-
Ainanul Palahalaha. George. H.
s- Dusty Roads, H. C. .iDiiilng-
Dolly uray, - ,
rth race Three furlongs lor
year-Olds, nixies w r rj ;
- Js and colta 118 pounds. Purse o
)"and up Yalued at $100.. Entrance
10 per cent of purse. Saunte ' and
"b race Four furlongs for
:-ted patrolmen. : To rida In fuU
Tia. owners ooi u"sc
- e of $75 of which $25 goes to see;
Mr. Eplnda'e rSeir," Jlr. Ka-:-i
s -Oyster Up." Mr. M. Lope.
;a.x ; Mr. Kaakanl. Black Harry;
11. Klbachl. Swede Sam. m
vth race One mile, free for alL
for age. Purse $350, of which
3 to second. Florence Roberts,
'-Jay and Umpqua. i&ir-
r-th race Half mile, free ? for
r ntlenen Jockeys. Weights W
-. Cup to owner; sport pin to
Lahonton . waier, t wmen
and Rosella.' s
' nt Ebbets w- announcement
' Tbert Ttoblnson vouia.muauo
3?er of the Brooklyn, Dodgers
- firmed on November 4 when
ed a new one-yw contract
' xi'e tcaa In 1S18. The seleo
a popular one In Brooklyn,
critics. Are not lncllfted to
-cn for the poor showing
ASAHIS IN BIG
Youngsters Hammer Japanese
Pitchers for 18 Hits But
Lose By One Run '
Although the little "Asahls hammer
ed the offerings of Moriyama and
IwaU for 18 safe bingles, including a
triple and five doubles, the Japanese
team of older players won out In a
weird exhibition at Moilllli field yes
tsrriar For four InninKS the Asahis
played rings around the older players.
who were reinforced ny ivuneam uu
Tsukiyama, but in the end they woa
out by a score of 9 to 8.
The Asahis started out to win and
gathered two runs in the second and
rv run in the fourth. Nine hits in
the first four innings gave them a big
lead. The Japanese tiefl u up in me
fifth when they nut ove- six runs. Al
though the Asahis scored double the
number of MU in the next tew in
nings they fell one run short of vie
Hit Would Have Won
Thr men were on bsses lor the
Asahis in the last Inning with two men
gone when Zenimura came to bat. A
hit would have won the game, but the
little short, ston hit a hard one to leu
which was captured by Uyeno and the
game was over.
Kezukl.was the man who left the
gate open all day, and had it not been
for his misslips the Asahis would
have captured the game with at least
run tn th rood. Toshikawa played
a beautiful game both behind ,the bat
in the field, and.witn jdiyanara iana
A ihm fcntMnr Honors for ; the day.
getting three hits each. Mamiya and
Chinlto Moriyama were the only play
ers on the Japanese team to hit Mae
sake, and Nushida more than,, once.
" Despite .the errors there was some
rood niavJ as there' were a number of
double nlara durlna the matinee.
Tsukiyama and Zenimura showed
some good all around play during the
game. Both Mlyahara and .Komeya
played their positions welL V
. .Th rame was a benefit to raise
funds to send - the Asahi runners to
mio There will be another : came
staged on New Tear's Day at Moilllli
flejd at 2:20. The Asahis are going to
majce an effort to win back the hon
ors which were captured yesterday,
and the Japanese are anxious to make
it two straight wins. The Japanese
runners will leave for Hilo on Wed
nesday to get in condition for the big
race from the volcano to two.
''-.r: ABR H
Yoshikawa, d. ;':5 1 5
Zenimura. a s. . , 0 2
T. Mlyahara, 3h...5J l..Z
Tasunaga, c, L....E rl. 1
Kosukt, 2b. S'; 1' 2
K. Mlyahara, lb., .h i 1
Murakami, 1. f....5 r 1 , 2
Maesaka, p.-r. f.'..4 1 2
Nushida, r, f,-p. .,5 . 1 -2 '
? Totals ;J.;V ,44 8 18
All-Japanese : .
0 27 10 10
' vv .. '.;.,ABR H
Mamiya, r. f.-2b...4 0 2
Tsukiyama, 2d-sjj.4 I t 0
Tamaguchl. 3b. ..4 2-0
C.Moriyama, B.s.-p.4. 2 2
KurlsakV c. v ....4 , 1 0
T. Moriyama. r..f.l4 . 11
Yamashlro, c L..4 ,0 1
Komeya, lb, .5 7 1 ; 0
SB POA E
Iwata. p. ........5 1 1
S.,UyenoL;f... 0 0
. ToUls .c;: ..38 7 2 27 12 7
1 Hits and'runs by Innings: S
All-Japanese u . O 0 0 1 6 0 1 0 19
Base hits . . 1 0 0 1 4 1 0 0 1 S
Asahl 0 2 OS 0 0 0 0 18
Base hits ... 0 3 2 4 2 0 1 3 S 18
:y Summary Three base hit, Zenimu
ra; two base hits, C Moriyama T.
Moriyama, Zenimua, Ikliyahara (2).
Korukl. Tasunaga; hit by pitcher. Ya
maguchi; double plays; Tsukiyama to
C ' Moriyama to ': Koraeya, Uyeno to
Tama. Tasunaga to Zenimura to K.
Mlyahara. Zenimura to Kozukl to K.
Mlyahara; bases on balls, off Iwata 1,
Moriyama 0, off Nushida 5, Maesaka
0; struck out. by IwaU 4. Moriyama 0.
by Nushida 3. Maesaka !; wild pitches
lawta, Maesaka; umpire, O. Johnson:
time of game, 2 hours. ; ; j
fe m filhiQ laM dla ff ftUn
1 4 pyJoipns before 10:30 tonight you may take advantage of full privileges for a whole year,
- mcludms ; gymnasium, swimming tank, bowling, tennis, and all other social and scholastic
;;ltures.; ' ' - '. r
tDOOH .BHIrOIIE-10:30 TOCVlOGHT
' ; ' Phone Your Application to 5721 0
WILL FIGHT FOR
Y. M. C. A. Meets 32nd Inf. at
Schofield in Chmpionship
Clash at 3 o'clock .
Everything is set for the champion
ship football game at Schofield to
morrow, when the Y. M. C. A. and
32nd Infantry fight It out for the hon
ors of Hawaii. A large delegation
will go to Schofield from Honolulu to
morrow afternoon, and one of the
largest crowds of the year is expected
to be on hand when the whistle is
sounded at 3 o'clock.
Harry Melim has announced that he
will not play his Town Team against
the 1st Infantry tomorrow, as a num
ber of his men have been injured
This would have been a good contest
and it is unfortunate that the team
couldn't make the trip.
The Baby Regiment team will pm
their hopes on stopping Davis in the
gridiron tilt tomorrow, and the T. M.
C. A. team will meet this by forming
a defense against Rasquin and Flelsch
mann. Two of the best players on
the 32nd Infantry will be out of the
game, but Coach Bracken will have a
number of good substitutes on hand
to send in.
The 32nd Infantry team will be well
balanced, and looking over .the team
one finds no weak spots' If the Y. M.
C. A. can get the full strength In the
game Coach Bracken'B contingent will
have to play real ball to win. Whit
comb, Kampert, von Holt, Albrecht,
McCombs, Hedrlck and Baugh will be
seen in action with the old backfield.
.Pammel has been playing good foot
ball this year, and while the Baby
Regiment mentor Is planning to stop
Davis he will have his hands full with
little Pammel. The little back has
played good ball this year, and with
Brunswick has gained much ground
through the lice.
: The game tomorrow should bring
out some good play, and it is expected
that all Schofield will be on hand to'
watch the two teams fight it out for
the honors of Oahu. Should the 32nd
Infantry win the Town Team may
challenge the post players. At any
rate, whicheyer team ins, It should
not be a walkaway. .
"Early reservations are advisable
for those wh6 are going down to Hilo
for the big Volcano relay race next
Saturday, says L. W. de Vis-Norton.
'The' race promises to be a most in
teresting event, and with several carefully..-
pieked teams of long-distance
men going over from Honolulu, I look
to see that trophy brought to the cap
ital city.- At the same time, there are
rumors of . four crack organizations in
Hilo; which have been training over
the actual ground, and the. Honolulu
men. will have to exert every effort
MAt least three of the runners oyer
there are extra good, and, I think, let
ter than anything, we have over here.
These men are trained to the minute
and will probably be put upon the last
lap, and the only twd difficult portions
of the road., I Imagine the most try
ing section for a' runner will be the
stretch Immediately on the Puna side
of the Hilo boundary. The road there
runs through several sharp dips with
short curvet and steepish Joins which
will be hard to negotiate In a hot
sun with the forest shutting out the
breeze. That section will be in the
last stretch hut one, and I think should
be turned over to the second best man
in each team, keeping the final chap
ter for the fleet long-winded men.
Judging by the large number of white
clad figures which have been. flitting
round the countryside of late, the
training has been real and earnest
and some excellent times should be
put up over the various sections of
the road. A large crowd of running
fans ia going down to see the race
LARGE CROVD OF
"SPLASH ME AND
I'LL SPLASH" AT
Under the caption. "The Dig Splash."
an exciting and informal swimming
meet is being promoted for the Y. M.
C A. swimming pool tomorrow morn
ing. Immediately following the Treas
ure Hunt, which begins at 10 o'clock
everyone, young, old. fat, lean and
awkward, are indulging in an honest
to goodness free-for-all swimming
First of all coxnes the tumbling race
of 20 yards. Four complete rolls in
the water are necessary to n,uallfy.
Here is where the Duke himself would
have nothing on the small boys.
We would not have you ignorant
brethren that this meet has been duly
sanctioned by the O. O. V. through its
secretary, Rudolph Smythe, and with
the full accord of Kakaako mil.
World's records. If made, will be fully
registered and allowed.
The contestants will be divided in
to boys and men classes. No social
lines will be drawn. Xo entrance fees.
No spectators allowed for every one is
eligible to' contest And above all
things the greatest of these is that the
swimming suits and towels are free to
all contestants, this being the annual
big day at the T. M. V. A. and who
cares for expenses. The affair will
begin at 10:30. ,
TROOP XVIII WINS
Troop XVIII defeated VIII at Ma
kikl field yesterday afternoon by an
overwhelming . score.
The game was fast and furious
throughout, the long end runs of Pea
nuts Leal and Joe Thurston being tne
features of the game. The heavier
line of Troop XVIII and the teamwork
accounts for the score of 35 to 7. A
good crowd witnessed the game and
were not disappointed with the dis
play of football. Frank Dunn, Leonard
McQueen and Willie Leong for Trpop
XVIII and Joe Enos, R. Pedro and the
Blaisdell brothers were the steady
gainers for their respective troops..
Another clash , between - these two
troops will be eagerly looked forward
to as the absence of Ship Ijo greatly
handicapped Troop VIII. The game
was played with the Scout spirit and
Troop VIII Troop XVI1I
R. Pedro ..... .1. e.,, ....... N. Taylor
Archie Ho 1. t..... A. McQueen
Guy Gltt ......1. g......M. de Harne
D. Bolton c... Leo de Roo
D. Hastings ...r. g L, Furtado.
A. Johnson r. t. ...R. Perry.
H. Taylor ....r. e.......Ed. de Harne
W. Blaisdell ..q. b ...L. McQueen
Ship Lo .....1. h. b W. Leal
N. Blaisdell ..r. h. b .W. Leong
J. Thurston . . . .f. F. Dunn
William Peterson V. McQueen
E. Kaai Ted Marston
Leihart Karl Karratti
Touchdowns Capt. W. Leal 2, F.
Dunn 2, W. Leong 1, Joe Thurston l:
Mick Bryan, referee; Walnon Wil
liams, umpire; David Withingtou, bead
Quarters. 12 1-2 minutes; one min
ute between quarters; 10 minutes be
Bolen, Ohio State..... L.E.
McCord, Georgia Tech L.T.
Gault, Georgia Tech L. G.
Bailey, West Virginia c.
CrabbS, Brown R. G.
Hauser, Minnesota R. T.
Carlson, Pittsburg R. E.
Weston, Michigan .Q. B.
McLaren," Pittsburg L.H.B.
Harley, Ohio State R. H. B.
Berry, Pennsylvania F. B.
Carroll, Wash., and Jeff. , . .L. E.
Cobb. Syracuse L. T.
Ulrich, Northwestern L.G.
Lambert, Michigan c.
HIggins, Chicago R. G.
Murphy. Dartmouth R. T.
Miller, Pennsylvania R.E.
Brennan, Ford bam ......Q.B.
Hoffman. Cornell ... .". '. L. H. B.
Dummey, Tufts R. H. B.
Koehler, Northwestern ..F. B.
and steamer berths should be secured
TO ENTER TEAM
IN VOLCANO RUN
Runners Will Compete in Vol
cano Run; More Than 20
Runners Held Trials
The Star-Bulletin will enter a team
in the Volcano to Hilo relay race,
which will be staged on Jan. 7. Yes
terday morning at Fort Shatter mora
than 20 runners held a tryout for the
team, running a distance of more than
five miles out the Kamehameha road.
The Star-Bulletin team will be the
fourth team from Honolulu entered m
the big race. The Mills School team
is already in Hilo. the Japanese team
will leave on Wednesday and the Pau
Pacific and Star-BuWetin teams will
lejve on Saturday afternoon.
Good Time Made
J. J. Quinn, who has charge of the
team, took the runners over the long
grind yesterday morning and six of the
runners finished close together in fatt
tine. Shannon and Wade were not
out yesterday morning, but a special
j tryout w ill be held on Thursday after
noon at 4:30, ana tnese runners wm
be given a chance to show what they
Benefield led the field home for the
five milc3 yesterday, winning from
Souza by a yard. Both runners sprint
ed to the finish line, showing that
they have lots in reserve. Benefield
is a strong runner, his long strides
carrying him over the ground in good
fashion, while Souza is a little runner,
but has plenty of endurance.
Quinn Paced Them
Henderson came in third, close up,
leading McCallum by two yards, wiu
Ware and Quinn close behind. Quinn
paced the runners for most of the dis
tance and would naturally have made
better time. Allen was another run
ner who made a good showing In Tile
Not a runner dropped out of the
race. Several of them stopped for a
moment along the way, but every one
of the men came home. There are
a number of good runners who tailed
to finish with the first seven, and
with more experience ought to be able
to show something.
The trials on Thursday w ill bring
the runners together once more, and
Wade, Shannon and Downey will have
a chance to run with the squad. Wado
Is known to be a star for a mile and
has been covering the five miles in
As yet no one of the Honolulu teamj
is a favorite. The Japanese are
picked by many to come home in the,
lead, while the Pan-Pacific followers
are confident that this squad will win
out. Mills has a number of stars on
the-team, and is being picked by man?
to win. The Hilo sport lovers can see
nothing but a victory for one of the
Baseball and Football
There will be plenty of athletics at
Hilo on Jan. 6 and 7. The Town Teani
will meet the Hilo football squad pn
Sunday, and Melim's organization ii
picked to win. Then, the baseball
fans will have an opportunity to see
something worth while, as the Tax
Officials will play the County Officials
on Monday at 1:30. following the Vol
cano Run. The game will be played
for the benefit of the Red Cross.
P. C. L. WILL BE
The Pacific Coast League will do
a lot of retrenching this year and at
the recent meeting the magnates de
cided to cut out the luxuries and will
get right down to the real necessities
in the handling of, affairs. Here are a
few of the things that were settled at
thn recent meeting:
They reduced the player limit to 16
men. except the first and Jast 30 days
of the season. Clubs can carry all the
men they want in these two periods,
in order to develop youngsters.
The salary roll was left at $4500 per
All of the clubs will have playing
managers except Salt Lake. Walter
McCredle will be in charge there.
TO SECURE STAR
TENNISPL A YERS
Miss Helen Baker May Come to
Hawaii; Miss Bjurstedt, Miss
Brown May Not Come
A. L. Castle, president of the Ha
waiian Lawn Tennis Association, is
expected to leave for the mainland in
the immediate future, and upon his re
turn will havp something to , say re
garding the tournament which will be
held in Honolulu in February.
It is hoped that he will be able to
arrange to bring down some good
tennis stars, who will help the game
here. It is not thought that Miss
Bjurstedt or Miss Brown will come
here, but there has been a rumor that
Miss Helen Baker, the champion,, of
the Pacific Coast, may come. Should
the local association be able to secure
Miss Baker and one other good player,
then prospects will be bright for a
The local feminine players would
naturally have a chance to show their
real worth against such stars, and if
Nat Brown, Roland Roberts or some
of the other stars are secured the
tourney should be one of interest.
Castle, Eklund, Hoogs and other local
stars would be . able to give these
players an interesting match, and with
Miss .Maile Vicars. Mrs. Frederick
Schafer and Mrs. Coulter in the tour
ney, the mainland feminine racquet
wielders would not have a walkaway.
Tennis enthusiasts will be waiting for
a word from Mr. Castle as to which
players will come here.
HAL JAHVHIH AND
GEORGE KELLY III
Harold Janvrin, second baseman of
the Boston Americans, has written to
local friends announcing his Enlist
ment in the 301st Signal Corps, at
Camp Deven?. Janvrin played in Ho
nolulu with the Ail-Americans and
made a number of friends here. Jan
vrin .wished to be remembered to his
many friends in Honolulu, and said
that he was looking forward for a
chance to return to Hawaii.
Another member of the All-Americans
has written to local friends an
nouncing his enlistment. George L.
Kelly of the New York Giants. The
big outfielder who could throw the
ball a mile, Is now at' Camp Sam
Houston, Sau Antonio, Texas. Kelly
says that the first, niht the troops
arrived in San Antonio they were
forced to sleep on the ground. Kelly
has gone in for , aviation, being a
member of the aerial corps.
There will be 30 weeks of ball as
usual, starting April 2 and closing
The season will open with Oakland
playing San Francisco, Vernon-at
Sacramento, and Salt Lake at Los An
geles. The schedule meeting will be held
in San Francisco, January 3.
The annual meeting of the league
will be held in Oakland next year.
'A man who has been drinking
sometimes sees an imaginary menag
"I never heard one say anything
about an' Imaginary menagerie."
'Hecan see it, but he can't say It."
Kansas Ctty Journal.
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This is a good time to buy as prices are steadily ad
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The foresight o our buyers makes it possible to offer
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The Horise of Housewares . . ; r
Home Guard Scores 32 Points
to Honolulu Club's 5; Angus
Gets 73; Grace Wins
M embers of the Oahu County Club
golf team, or rather the Honolulu
Cleaning Association, took the Hono
lulu Golf Club slicers into camp at
the Country Club yesterday by a scora
- - - n . & i 1 M-. , 1
or 32 to a. naying diiuuiui sou
throughout the majority of golfer of
the Country Club turned la good
scores. W. Forrest. R. Blackshear and
v. Cullen being the only Moanalua
rollers to carry off the honors. '
TIO rlmlm nantaln sf A IffMlk "jt.
lulu team, who has won five points toTj,, ,
date in the inter-club tournament, lost,
to Willard Grace In the play y ester- ,
day. Greig was clearly off his game
while Grace did not play up to his ,
usual standard, taking an 80 for the
Angus Makes 73
George Angus played the best .golf
of the day. defeating Frank HalsUad.
and Incidentally bringing in a 73, get
ting a 38 going out and 35 coming In.
Angus brought down his score, by
landing twos on the tenth and seven
teenth boles. Two missed putts, played
perfectly would have given him a Tl
for the day. Halstead lost out in both
departments, taking a 78 for the
round. .. - "
Roy Blackkshear brought la tha .
first win of the day for th Honolulu -n
Club, winning one point tor his teasu
Playing against C. G. Bockus, Bf. ?.
cinched the match with-a perfect putt VV.
tor a ten on the third "hole. Black
shear cinched the game when he hol C
ed out from the 25 yard line. Bocku
had previously played out of the water" . ;
hole with a siphon stroke. !
The Country Club members wera . ." .
tdeal hosts. The only thing that ths t
guests could spend was the afternoon -
and their filthy lucre was about as
good as a copy of Wacht am Rbein In
Kenslngton-on-the-Thamea. A buffet ' nM
lunch wts served and leraentd , and ' ,
Iced tea were features of the daj. TJit, '
consensus of opinion was that these
inter-club tournsments should b con
tinued, as they have done mucn to ! ,: - ;
crease the Interest In golf , v v
The points of the players and slicers
' Oahu Country Club
Willard Grace .................... 3
F.-H. Armstrong S .jY-.
George Angus 'i . , J
Howard Grace ........ Z --v.-
C. G. BoCkuS 0 .
E. I. Spalding ...,. i:'
William Woon 3
A.. P. Judd" it.. ... 2
J. J. Belser
A. F. Ewart
n t t. . m
W. Simpson J
H.,H. Walker J ,
W. Mclnerny --"'
J. D. Mclnerny ....... ' S - ' 1
Total .i:..l2 ? ,v
J. L. B. Greig i. 9 V ;
W. Canaday fli
(Frank Halstead .v ,9; ':' "V
Roy Blackshear X y-: -
W. Forrest .....i...... 2 .
Peter McLesn 0
E. R. Dreier ...... 4 0
W. Cullen . 2
W. Bell ..: .;v
Ed Munro 0
R. B. Booth ..' tt
Algle Halls tl0
Owen Merrick iv.f
Sam Todd ,.,Yo
f - . .. - : '