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RVHNINO nUl.LP.TIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. FRIDAY, NOV. 27. 1908.
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SEASON OPENS AT
THE LEAGUE PARK
Standing of the League
l'olnts. For Ag'sl.
FOtyi OOOD GAMES PLEASE
Though Two Elevens Are Shut Out,
Play Is Remarkably Even and Good
Team Work Characterizes Both Con
testsGood Outlook for Future
Y. J!? C. A I
blnmond Head 0
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evenings up to Dec. 12th and then every evening to Dee. 24.
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many aitistic patterns wc have, stamped on glove and
handkerchief boxes, necktie racks, desks, fancy tables,
wpstc up.sl;et3, and 101 cthxr aiticlcs.
Pyrography Outfits, $2 to $7.50
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co.
" Everything Photographic " FORT STREET.
Soccer season opened full-blast
jesterdny afternoon wlicn a double
header game wan plajcd nt tho
League grounds. The games were:
Mullen versus I'unahous, and Y. M.
C. A. versus Diamond Heads. The
Mnllcs and Y. M. C. A. were the vic
tors, tho I'umihoiH mid Diamond
Heads hclng shut out without a sin
It was good, clean soccer football
that enthusiasts who thronged tho
grand-stand saw. In neither gamo
was there ail) thing cut and dried nnd
In neither was there nny certainty
concerning the outcomo until tho
call of time put a stop to the play.
Tho Mnlle lrtoiy, In tho Urst
game, was tho logical result of con
sistent practise. Though tho play cf
the Individuals was no more brilliant
than was that of tho 'opposing team,
the men worked together rather bet
ter and gave each other better support.
Tho Mullen kicked off and worked
tho ball well down Into danger ter
ritory, threatening I'unahou's goal.
The llrst goal was scoicd by All
drews of tho Mnlle eleven, who won
tho double distinction of placing tho
llrst tally of tho game and of tho
season as well.
Tho Punahous then pulled them
selves together and started after re
venge. They forced tho ball well up
Into Malic territory and for a few
minutes It looked as though their de
termined piny must result In even
ing up tho score. Their hopes were
doomed to bo shatteied, however, nnd
the bnll was sent back out of the
Mon Yin's sprinting nblllty then
began to show up. Several times ho
dribbled the bnll down toward tho
Mnlle go.il, breaking away from ,tho
field with appmont ense. llo was
unable to storm the Mnlle cltudcl,
however, and each time a corc was
The only untoward Incident in tho
gamo was when Kcllctt of the Mallo
eleven slipped and fell, injuring his
leg so thnt ho had to retire. Just
before the ond of tho half the Inst
goal wns nindc, the two lialleys tak
ing the ball tho length or tho Held
between, them. ,
In tho second hnlf there was some
thing doing overy minute. The Ph
nahou eleven was determined to reg
ister n few (allies, nnd tho Mallcs
wcro kept on tho move continually to
prevent tho opposition from achiev
ing Its end. Several times It looked
as though Mon Yin wns scheduled to
place nt least one score opposite thn
nnmo of his team on tho scoro-kecp-
cr card, but each tlmo the I'unn
hous weie disappointed.
The Ilno-up of tho tenuis wns as
Mallcs llclscr, g.: McOIII, rf
Kellett. If.; II. Andrew, rh.; Center
(captain), ch.: II. Ohllllngworth. 111.;
Dwlght, or.; II. llalloy. tr.: E. An
drews, cf.; F. llallcy. II.; R. Davis, ol.
I'unnhous rnty, g.; Frnter, rf.:
Gruhblc, If.; McKlnnon, rh ; Clarke,
fr Mnllcs 3, Punahous 0, and
Y. M. C. A. T,, Diamond Head 0,
were the scores yesterday uft-
crnoon at the League grounds,
J- when the four soccer elevens
matched their strength In tho jjew indoor Shooting Range of Na-
first game of the season. All tional Guard Is Crowded All Day and
of tho tenms plajed good foot- Competitors Show Great Enthusiasm.
ball, the winning elevens carry- Soldiers and Citizens Do Well
Ing off the palm of victory by
their excellent tenm work rath-
cr than owing to any partlcu-
lar weakness of tho opposing
There wns a good crowil In
From 9:30 o'clock jcslcrdny.mornlng
until 1:30 o'clock Inst evening, tho
Bound of exploding cartridges on the
new Indoor shooting mnco of tho Na-
attendance and tho outcomo of dona) Ounrd of Hawaii, showed th.lt
tho game met with general sat- tho public shooting competition was In
Isfuctlon. The losers wcro progress. In nil thcro wcro recorded
heartily cheered and given to C02 5-shot scores and tho scorers wcro
. ,.,,., ,i.i- ffr, a. kept on tho Jump nil of tho time.
understand that their efforts , w wh0, ' ,he ficorcll wpro .
were ns much appreciated as l-CClellt Tlu) Natona auarilnicn in
those of the winning nggrega- particular distinguished themsolvcH
-j. . .
ch.; Rothvvcll, lb.; I.rbii, or.; Wlth
Ington, lr.; Mon Yin, cf.; J. Cation
(cnptnln). II ; Walker, ol.
Hcfcrcc: J. I.. Cockburn; 3nm.
hnlvcs. Walker changed with Cat
ton before half time. Result: Mallcs
nnd showed themselves adepts In tho
handling of the ride. Tho scores wcro
MaJ. (liistav Rose, N. O. It 25
Cnpt. M. M. Johnson, N. G. II 25
D. L. Austin Jt
Sgt. D. Lemon. N. O. II 24
Wyatt Cooper, 20th U. 8. Inf. 24
Lt. Pardee, 20th U. S. lnf -24
Cnpt. C. Coster, N. O. II 24
Sgt. 11. M. Sumner, N. O. II 21
Lt. Col. A. Coy no, N. (I. 11 24
MaJ. V. R. Riley, N. 0. II 24
Capt. A. W. Nccly, N. 0. II 24
John Wllllnms 23
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Tho bctonil gnnio was even more
spcctaculni, from tho onlooker's
nnint nt i low. tlinn thn first. The,
rri nhlrt nf ilin Y. M. C. A. eleven '. V. Fernandez 23
i;upi. t. r, uumnnits, r. it. u. ... a
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arc decidedly showy nnd thjro was
never a minute when the players
could not be easily distinguished from
those of the Diamond Hcnd tenm.
Three goals wcro scored In quick
succession, by the Y. M. C. A. cloven,
In. the first half.
In the sccoud halt tho Diamond
Heads worked with renewed vigor.
Tho clever team work of tho Y. M.
C. A. aggregation proved too much
for them, However, and two moro
goals woro'ilddcd to tho scoro of tho
ied-shirtcd bunch. Time and again,
tho Diamond Head men forced tho
pigskin spheroid down toward the
Y. M. C. X. goal; and each team It
was forced' back be) ond tho danger
zone by tho Y. M. C. A, men.
As tho end of the hnlf came near
tho Diamond Heads renewed their
effort nnd'sccmed on the point of
scoring Beveral tlmcB, but something
jtood In tho wny on each occasion.
Following is the llnc-up of tho
Y. M. C. A. Rlrkurd, g.; Dicken
son, rf.; Swift, If.: Calllo Dixon, rh.;
J. C. Andorson, ch.: Maconncl (cup
tuln), 111.; J. Mncaulay, or.; McKln
ley. lr.; Illnck, cf.; It. Ilrown, II.;
Diamond Heads Chilton, g,; John
Kellett, rf.; J. Clarke, If.; D. Sher
wood, rh.; II. Chilllngworth, ch.;
Zlcgler, 111.; Curl Oxs (captain), or.;
13. Fernandez, lr.; Davis, cf.; A. N.
Other, II.; Ken, ol.
Hob Anderson, referee; 30m.
halves. Result: Y. M. C. A. 5, Dia
mond I lends 0.
The other games of tho series will
bo played as follows:
Dec. 5 Punahou vs. Diamond
Head: Y. M. C. A. vs. Mallcs.
Dec. 12 Punahou vs. Y. M. C. A.;
Dlnmond Hcnd vs. Mnllcs.
Dec. 19 Mnllcs vs. Punahou; Dia
mond Head vs. Y. M. C. A.
Christmas Day Punahou vs. Dia
mond Head; Malles vs. Y. M. C. A.
Now Year's Day Punahou vs. Y.
M. C. A.: Diamond Hcnd vw, Mnlle.
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" GYMKHANA SUCCESSFUL
Motor "Stunts" Please Onlookers,
and Competitors Have to Work
iiard lor Trophies
There wns plenty of sport for ev
orjbody yesterday morning nt tho
motor gymkhana held' at Kaptolanl
Park under the auspices of tho Auto
mobile Club. Much that was novo!
and entertaining was shown and
those In Uiargo of tho arrangements
exhibited considerable originality .n'
tho "stunts'" which thoy thought up.
Tho ovents 'hqd winners wero as
KlrBt Event Driving one- mllo as
nearly to four minutes as possible
Mr. Dyer, Mitchell car, first; time,- 4
minutes nnd 2-5 second; Archie,
Young, Electric, second; F. Damon,
.Second Event Potato raco. ,Ono
mllo with a potato to ho picked up
with cars standing at every quarter
mile post. Mr. Tenncy's Stevens
Duryeu. driven by chauffeur, first: F.
Damon, Ford, second; D. Taylor,
Third Event Tilting n.t the' ring.
Quartcr-mllo with six rlpgs to tilt.
U. Schncfor, (list; It. Afong, second;
I". S. Wells and A. Lo'wroy tied for
Fouith Event Slow raco. Half
mllo on high gear; dlstnnco to he env
oi ed In longest time. Mr, Tenncy's
Stevens Duryea, first; Mr. Lewis, Kis
sel Knr, second;, Mr. Uonsalves, Pope
l'lftli Event Ono mile straight
away raco for runabouts costing 1,
000 or less. Mr. Itjggs' Ilulclc, nrst;
D. Taylor (von Hamm-Young entry),
llulck, sciond; F, Damon, Ford, tlllrd.
Sixth Event Two-mllo motorcycle
race. Joo Leil, first; Hcrrlck, 'soc
oml; It. Ilerger,' third. Time, 3 min
utes anil 26 seconds.
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