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EVENINT1 BULMSTlrf. HONOLULU. T II, MONDAY, JAN 13. 1908
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New Season -
THREE NIGHTS, BEGINNING
MONDAY, JAN. 13 '
THREE NIGHTS, BEGINNING
THURSDAY, JAN 10.
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iidem will In inailo tho hiihjcit of
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Socker Season Speed
Tlio llrst football bhiiics of llio soc
cer season who plnjeil lust Sntiiriliij
nl tlio MnklM Hounds botntui llio
font teams of (no lhi..illnn Associa
tion rootbnll League. That the) were
good Raines, no one who saw diem
nml mihIc BtniulH tlio ;.imo can don),
tut nu exhibition of l ol Ihid, unwni
tnnlnd nml dtcldodl) childish, marred
the whole ill), from a spoitsmniishlp
Thcio were two games plu)td, tho
first being between tho Diamond
Heads and tho Pnnnhous, nml the sic
ond bctncin tho Millies nml tlio Y. M
C. A team. In tho Initial conUst
Ihtio weio sccrnl splendid exhibi
tions of how tho g.imo of socker
should bo plajcd 'tnd also a fen of
how It should not be ptnjcd The
liams would work well together for u
time, thin would fall nilscrnhly In
K.ini work whin a food opportunity to
tcoro wns glcn It was hnrd fought,
howeer nml, consldcilug thnt It was
Iho flrt real gime of tho season, not
nltlistniiilliiK the f'ict that the tennis
h.ixi been In pi.ntleo for n month or
nunc, tho contist was Intciustlug nil
tho win through Ansn, neither
tiuni run hao a giouch bicnuse of
losing for tin i e was no scon
It was In the tecont! gnmo, bitwicn
tho Mallei, last ju.ir's champions, and
the Y M C A 'r. that the dejilorahlo
U.ilmo of the dn) happened. Aftei
.i bird scrimmage, words aroso be
tween F Unllc of tho iMullcs and
Zliglir of the Y M C A team. It Is
said that Zirglcr stood In a threaten
lug position, and, thinking -that ho
wuh alijiit to bo Btruck, Ilallcy swung
and ctught Zliglcr In tho face Tho
point of dlffciinco between the two)
men, It Is said, was of slight conse
iiionce. and couccrmd thomscUos
pirsouiiU lather than tho outcome of
tho gnmo, mi tho crowd nnlckl) sop
mated tho two Iteturnlng a moment
later, Kloglcr ttr.iclt Ilnllcj a iust
Mow, which bmtight tho blooj stream
.ng from 1Ulk's iioso. Other mem
bus of the Y M. C A hnled their
tioublihomo man awa bcfotean fur
tl or disturbance could bo treated
I'mplru Wnhlron did tho right thing
Mid tho onl thing win u ho rulr.l
both nit n out of tho giii'o Then to
make tho exhibition mm j uliHincf il,
I lfilano lingu.igo win lisiic .-- d Pi In
tho offending moil ns tlio wcic t il.cn
i ff the field It Is claim 1 IP it '.I'egb i
old tho most of this, nu I "i-t-in It Is
thnt ho was a chief offendor In tho
whole rcinp Nccrtho is", Ills p irt
does not miller :u hull nu u lno
hIiowii that thei uro nri of 11- HleMI
lt fif trninnr .mil li.in n-il tilPi Innt !
Ullltlol ol tllllllbulMl I J pld 111 tho
irfino ilass with tin nlli'T lujj!, v.'ii S"
objict Is In promoto Iho i-p. i t . lot
1 ring It ilnv n to i viUt lumlii,;
matin TIicho aro inn in ur lauis, .mil
their ret oids should be, above nil
ilse, kept dean. A "Onlooker" wiltos In rtgnid to
Tlio game indul .Mth the sioie l,)le ,iSRniioful inhibition of bad
to 1 In fuvoi or tho MatHi Hunch tliO(cmler ltl tho fuutball gamo between
M C A team doijiV.MhUh -.lodltitn,, Y. M. C. A. nnd tho Mnlles.
for the pluilo fight wlil.li it put up l..Thcro i8 0I10 wn nml only one
iho Mnllisbld tulr, a. (.oi II is" I. their, ln ..,.lrll , ,.,, . ..,,..
1 resent ralo and ntjlo plu'ng.
.gain ca.i y off tho Jnmpl.mshlp of
hukiio AniiortJ.. in Mew
mon who ,mo pa,. J ilia riiiio lor
-ears shone bill.lnntlj 'ilc, tne Miwl
that the mo Other iron whodesino
l1. M..' ':'r,?
" uiiin'iii niiii iiii'i nu ' vl ii nu, woii
Illackninn, and MrCn'iindl Tlio phj
Mu will lindoul'tidly Inipuivn us tho
oatnn glows older.
Mnllos I'drwirda, Ciej, P Uailoj,
M tlalley, Amlr.'ns, Ci li ', halfb t- Pv,
Chllllngwoilh. i:. Uavbt l) CuiUi
lullbacks, A'.ideuju, Mcill!, t'il I
Y M C A Porward, V.ili'ih line,
Pbeu, Illackninn, C.'in'nu it, If-, lnlf
lacks, Spildlng Zltglo', lib hop, full
backs Dickson, Cocltlntrn, Nit'ontiiil,
L'onl, Cockburn, DlcUnon
Diamond lloads Forwards, W. Chll
llngworth W. Lemon, S Chilling
worth, II. A Sm the, U Kernnndoz;
halfbacks, II. Chilton, 11. Chilling
worth, D. Sherwood; fullbacks, R.
Plnrkg, John Claiko, goal, i: Orune.
Pimnhous Porwards, Thompson,
Macaulay R Cation, Mon Yin, J Cat-
t halfbacks, Y Dodge, Wlthlngton,
MrKlniioii, fullbacks, S l)als, Hal
rombn, goal, Piasei
Umpires, Waldron and Plddei,
llnesniun, lloardmoio and Knott.
8TANDIN0 OP TKAMS
In Iho billow lug hlniidlng of t In
loams In tho leiguo, u gnmo won
counts two points nml a draw counts
I'. W. U I
Mallei 1 1 0 i!
Diamond Heads ..,.1 0 0 1
I'unahous 1 0 0 1
Y,M. C. A 1 0 10
IUU TEAM K
iTJI THE NINTH
lly shoving two scores over I tic
nn In the Inst Inning the Knaln
bnsch.tll team nunnRcd to win the
final putnc of the season for the Kn-
Innlnnnoto llnscbnll I.cnKiio from the
Chinese A C team jestcrdn). The
game wns not an exceedingly good
one, from the pla)crs' stnndpolnt, but
the excitement nnnlfcstcd by the
largo crowd present wns certnlnly In
tense. Up to the Inst Inning, the
Clilncae team w.is ahead by one
run nml ilinn tliltifru tinfriiu in linti.
pen In the last chtiuce for the Kn-
l... l. nnnn...l.1. l...... .. -, ...M.l
nlas, the nsscmbly simply went wild
Heine scored on n bnllt In tho ninth,
followed by Leslie when llatlcy
rlnmmed out a hnmnicr of u single.
SIhr ChoiiR, tho Chlncso shortstop,
wns nwnj orf form.
All HUM SI! O A n
.1 I.cong, cf . 1
Sing ChmiR, sh . .5
Hipp, 2b .. .r.
Clio Dul, i . I
Iln SatiR, lb ...,J
i:. S Koiir. .lb.. 3
All Pan, p . ... I
Tal Chan, rf . . I
T. Hong, If 1
U Pn, It .'. ..2
Totals 31 5 7 326M2 7
1 A. Souz.1 out, hit by pitched ball.
An n nu sn o a n
Joe Clement, ss.Ii
II. Leslie, 2b ...4
A. Souza, 3b ... 2
II. Itallcy. i ...S
J. Knulukoii, rt. .4
J. McC'andlcss, p. 4
Ah Toon, pf .... 4
M Corrcn. Ji . .i
i: Heine, It 4
Totals 31 fi 7 C 27 13 7
. U. A. C.
1 2 3 4 K 6 7 8 9
Huns . . . , o o o o 2 o : o r,
II. It. . ......0 00 2 1 0 0 3 1 - 7
l i :i 4 r, a 7 8 i
Runs 002 2 0000 2 fi
II II 11110 0 0 127
llnsc on balls Off Ah Pau li, Mc
Oundless 3 Struck out lly Ah Pan
r, MrCnndloss 3. Sacrifice hits
Cho llul, Kong, T. Hong. Two-base
hits I Leong, Kn Sang, J. Clcm
inl. Ilallcy, Ah Toon (2). Double
pla Slug Chong-C llul. lilt by
pitched ball A. Souza. llalk Ah
Pau Umpire M. Olmos Tlmo of
game 1 hr. 50 mill. Siorcr V. T.
n SPECTATORS VIEW
OF II SQUABBLE
',, ()f .gockol. fuotlmll , .
,ull R00(1 mnnnclBnm, tlmt u
strcl (18cll),ne. u l8 , )0 ,l0ca
,h Assoclntlon will exercise their
u ,, ,cml Zcfilor
, , fc ,)f h
H will I" th.s w, net as a warning
to tho other members of tho League
against engaging In any Hat Ic cn
(ountcrs on tho field. AVo havo no-
tlicil In tlmo past that tho younger
players, especially, aro moro or less
prono tqtnko tho law into their own
hands, and Ignoro the fact that they
havo a refcreo to appeal to than
whom tliero Is none fatter nnd more
Just than Wnldrpn. Let over) pla
er study tho rules and play tho gamo
like n true sportsman.
Tvo good games of baseball weio
pla)cd yestorday morning nt Anla
Park Tho flrBt gamo was playod bo
twepn tho Asahl A. C nnd tho Oil
entnls, and tho latter team defeated
the Japanese b) the scoro of 11 to 8.
Tho Japancso bo)g wero handicapped
lesterdn) In that three of their rcg
ulai pla)ors did not appear, but
the) placed In their substitutes mid
gae the Oili-ntalH n haul nib befoui
(lt.) got tho giiiuo lu theli hands
WHITNEY and MARSH
Wednesday Next, the 15th
Our entire line of Lingerie, Lawn,
Linen, Jap Silk in black and white,
Peau-de-Soie and Taffeta will be
offered at greatly Reduced Prices.
Sizes 32 to 44
lloth sides plncd good ball. The
second gamo between tho cicam of
tho League, tho Aula A. C. and the
Aloha A. C , was the most Interesting
ono of tho morning, and both teams
were determined to win from tho
ctnrt. Tho Anla A, O. started tho
ball rolling by arming four runs in
tho second Inning, but as tlio gnmo
went on the Aula bojs got discour
aged, rattled and mado wild throws
that cost them dearly In tho end,
thus being defeated by tho Alohu
lads bj the scoic of 8 to li.
The line-up of tho second gnmo
wns ns follows:
Anln A. C. Smith, Asam, 8am
Hop, pj llrlto, c; M. Corrca, lb; Les
lie, 2b; Knla, 3b; Artln, ss; Orncllas,
If, Hoopal, cf; Souzn, if.
.Aloha A. C Alonn, p; (Juon Chew
c; Hipp, lb; llcnlto, 2b; MnrkiTiim,
3b; Knglfsh, b; Ng Sing, If, Me
Sh.ine, cf; SullUnn, rr.
Thirteen Innings were needed to
dccldo tho winner between the Rc-
llanco and Ynnkco tennis, which
pla)cd at tile Uo)s' Pcld last Satur
day. At the end of that tlmo tho
Yankees did some good work and
puBhcd the winning run over homo
Reliance Clement, p-c; Ah Toon,
e-p; Ueo Hull, lb; Peter Unhl, 2b;
Jim, ss; Jack, 3b; Willi, rf; Kim
Chan, cf; I). Knpua, If.
Yankee T. Akana, c; M. Corrcn,
p; L Kapua, lb; Sam Hop, 2b; Ka-
cahu, 3b; Kalll, ss; Divlil, if; Ke
uwo, cf; Hajinon, If.
umpire Jim uocitcti i scorer
W. J. Robinson.
1 2 3 I Tvfi 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
IPs ..0 2 0 1 01 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 C
Y'h . .0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 I 7
Two surprises wero dished up yes
tcida) nt Knknuko Park, when tho
police biihcball team won out from
tho Iroquois sailors nnd tho Hrowory
team pulled u hard-fought battles
fiom the leaders of tho league, tho
Oican View j Tho second gamo was
undoubtedly one of tho most Inter
ring contests that havo Deon pla)
cd this season by teams fiom this
'cuguo. Tho lineups and bioics fol
low: PIRST OAMI3
U. S, S. Iroquois Akana, 3b;
A)nu, ss; Zcrbe, 1Mb; Drelcr, p; Lu
lling, e; Tlmas. lb-lf: S Markh.un,
2b, D Markhnin, cf; Willing, rf.
Police S. Parker, 3b; Van Gi0'
Kin, rf; N. Jackson, cf-2b; II. Par
ker, lb; Miner, ss; Duller, c; Red
d), p; Pedro, 2b-cf; Clark, rf.
Thlcc-base hit S. Parker. Two
baso hits Pcdio, Akana, Drelcr, Sai-
I lllcc lilts N. Jnekson, Clark, Van
Otcson, lliitlcr. Loft on bases Po
llco 8, Iroquois 8. Struck out lly
Rcddy G, Drelcr 7. liases on balls
Reddy 4, Drelcr 3. lilt by pitcher
N. Jnekson. Wild pitches Drel
n 2. Passed balls Lulling 3, Dul
ler i. Doublo plajs S Parker, un
usslstcd; Mlner-II. Parker-S. Parker.
Tlmo of game 1 hr. 30 mill. Um
pire I3n Sue.
Score by Innings:
Iroquois 100020 101 8
,11. II 10 0 110 3 0 1 7
1234 fi 6789
I'olko 031J010B 7
II. II 0 2 12 0 10 1 10
Ocean Views Dalle), c; Mnhtika,
rf; Known), ss; Nahalc, 2b; Kaapa,
p; Smith, 3b; Kahalewal, If; En
Slug, cf; Muknnul, lb.
Honolulu Drew cry Kalpo, 3b-p;
Nice, p-3b; Townscnd, ss; Robs, o;
Knlowcna, 2b; Williams, lb; Cock-
ttt, cf; James, rf; Knaha, rf; Dan
Three-base hits Makunul, Naha
lc. Two-Imko hits Townscnd, Wll
llnms. Sacrlflco lilts Kalpo, Knlo
wcna. Left on bases Ilrewcry 7,
Ocean Views 7. Doublo play Cock-ctt-Kalowcna.
Struck out lly Ka
apa ft, Nice 3, Kalpo 4. liases on
lulls Knapa 1, Nice 0, Kalpo 1
Passed halls Dalle)' 3. Tlmo of
game 1 hr. 30 mln. Uinplro Dn
Sue. Scorer N Jackson.
Score by Innings:
1 2 3 I fi (. 7 8 '.)
O Views 0 0 0 2 0 3 11 0 7
II. II 3 0 0 113 12 011
12 3 40G789
llrowcry 000 0 2101 1 8
11 H 10 0 13 3 0 109
STANDING OP TDD TDAMS
P. W. L
Ocean View 0 C
Honolulu Pollio I! 1
,U. S S Iroquois fi I
, S S L mndry 2
Honolulu Drower) ' 1
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