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OUTRIGGER FESTIVAL PROMISES
TO BE SUCCESS
Long List of Pioturesque Events Is
Promised ana Historic sports wiu
Be 'Revived Under Promising Condi
tions Canoes and Surfboards
'All Is In rcutliness (or the regatta
which will be held this nftcrnoon
and evening under the auspices o(
the Outrigger Club. Tho nnal
toliches wcro given to the program
jvsterduy afternoon, a few slight
changes were made, and everything
was pronounced 0. K.
The following Is the corrected pro
gram: Event 1 Silrfboard contests:
lacing distance; from beach in front
of Outrigger grass houses to buoy
beyond canoe surf and back to Out
llggcr annex on Hustace property.
First one to Hustace beach wins.
Fancy surfboardlng, In canoe surf;
Judges will decide on trick surfing
and grace on boards. Spear-throw
ing from surfboards In canoe surf:
A bladder will be anchored In surf;
the flrst to puncture It by throwing
his spear while standing upright on
board "wins prize; prize, surfboard.
Entrlos Harold Hustace, Mnrston
Campbell, Zen Oenoves, Sam Car
ter, Arthur Oilman, Tom Carter, Guy
Kothwell, Kenneth Atkinson, Curtis
Hustace, Hurry Stclfacr, W. A. Cot
trcll, A. Myhre.
Helay surfboard race: From Out
rigger stand to buoys beyond Seaside
Hotel and back. Zen Oenoves, Ed-
son Hutchinson, Ojif Rothwell, Dave
Center, Harold Hustace, Tom. Carter,
Arthur Oilman, A. ityhre, Hurry
Stelncr, W. A. Cottrell, Curtis Hus
tace, Sum Carter, Kenneth Atkin
son;'' Opon to all.
In relay race on boards 1: Ken
neth Atkinson, Ouy Rothwell, Ar
thur Oilman, Curtis Hustace, Henry
Steiner. 2: Harold Hustace, Zen
Oenoves,- W A. Cottrell, A. Myhre,
Henry Hustace. Prizes a: Doard;
b: Top piece; c: Medal.
Event 2 Small canoe Balling
race: Leahl, Harry Steiner and Ar
thur Oilman; Manoa, W. A. Cottrell
and James McCandless; Wuilupe, Ouy
Kothwell and Rex Hitchcock; Kallu
wu, Marston' Campbell and Ward
Walker. Course: from Outrigger
beach to canoe surf buoy and re
turn. Prize: koa steering paddle.
Event 3 Three-paddlo canoe raco
for girls: Nalunul, Ruth So per,
Clarlndu Low and Millie Williams;
Palolo, Carol Low.
Event 4 Girls' surfboardlng In
small surf: Prize, Jewelry. Entries
open to hour of surfing. J
Event 0 Slx-paddle canoe raco for
beginners: Kcomoku, Marston
Cumpbell, Joe Farrlrigton, Hay Wodo
house, Fred Waterhouse, Frances
Cooper, and Elbert Tuttle; Hoopea,
Sam Carter, Charles Drcnham, Geo.
Sims, II. l- Schaefer Jr., Leslie Hicks
and Malcolm Tuttle; Lelaloha,, Fred.
Carter, Lionel Steiner, Kenny Rotd
ford, Wiard Walker, 'Arthur Soule,
and Harold Hustace. Course! from
judges' stand to Seaside buoys and
return. Prize, paddles.
Event C One-paddle canoe race
foH large boys: Palolo, Harry Stein
er; Manoa, Kaulla Ashley; Nuunnu,
Zen Oenoves; Nalunul, Harold Hus
tace; Pauoa, Arthur Oilman; Maklkl,
W. A. Cottrell; Kalluwa, Ouy Roth
well. Prize, koa paddle.
Event 7 Three-paddle canoe race
for boy beginners: Kalluwa, Mars
ton Campbell, Frances Cooper, and
Arthur Drown; Nuuanu, Charles
Drcnham, Fred. Waterhouse, and II.
F. Schaorer; Palolo, Lionel Steiner,
Hay Wodehouse, and. Frank Richard
eon; Maklkl, Sam Carter, Arthur
Soule, aijd Ward Walker; Pauoa, El
bert Tuttle, Lovlle Hicks, and Joe
Farrlrigton; Nalunul, Kenneth Rela
ford, Malcolm Tuttle, and George
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WRITES OF VISIT TO MIKA
8 YOKOHAMA, Japan, Novem-,
tt'ber '2C. Reach's All-American ,8
8 stare were greeted with screech- '8
8 Iiie whistles and flying colors 8
11 wh'ftn ttint- nrrlvnil hnrn lnl 11'
8 Sunday morning. Thcro was a 8.
8 large delegation of baseball fa- 8
8 nntlcs' out in a special tug to 8
8 meet the China when she drop- 8
8 ped anchor early In the morn- 8
8 Ing! Owing to the late arrival 8
8 of the China it was impossible 8
1 8 to play r.tlie game scheduled 8
8 Saturday, which was a dlsap-'8
8 polntment to several thousand 8
8 people that gathered at the 8
8 Waseda grounds at Toklo that 8
8 day. - As soon as the Ujjayers 8
8 were off the boat they were 8
8 rushed away to Toklo to play 8
8 Waseda. On account of the 8
8 non-arrival of the China on the 8
8 previous day, and the uncer- 8
8 talnty of there being a game, 8
8 the attendance was light, but 8
8 very, enthusiastic. tt
8 The Americans won easily. 8
8 The Japs, were puzzled by the 8
8 pitching of Grnney and Flnhcr- 8
8 ty. On the following day the 8
8 Americans met the Kclo Club 8
8 on its own grounds, and the 8
8 seating capacity of the grand 8
8 stand and bleachers was ox- 8
8 hausted, Kelo being the crack 8
8 team of Japan, Interest In the 8
8 outcome ran high. -Kelo played" 8
8' belter ball than Waseda, and 8
8 gave .the Americans quite a bat- 8
8 tie. Silent Dill Durns fanned 8
8 ten batters, and shut the club
8 out 3 to 0. It was a sharp,
8 snappy game, and very well
8 played. he Jnps are enttiusl
8 astlc over tile playing of the
8 Americans,' who have shown
8 them a few stunts of Inside
8 baseball new to their eyes, and 8
8 they aro a class of people that ,8
8 like to learn things. Red Dog 8
8 Devercaux' coaching on the 8
8 sidelines was a revelation. All 8
8 of the papers have treated ua 8
8 generously, giving column after 8
8 column about the club, especial- 8
8 ly the Japanese'. We leave for 8
8 Kobe early next week, where we 8
8 play three games, and then on 8
8 to China and Mnnla. Ily tho 8
8 time wo arrive at Honolulu we 8
8 will have traveled a great many 8
8 thousand miles, played a lot of 8
t( games, and hopo to return home 8
8 with a clean record, that Is: not 8
8 lose a game. 8
8 MIKE FISHER. 8
(Slms; Manoa, Fred. Carter, Ivan Gra
ham, und Harold Hustace. Course:
Judges' stand to Seaside buoys and
return. Prizes: 1st, koa paddles;
t 2nd, pine paddles.
Event 8 Surfboatlng contest In
'canoe surf: Nalunul. Harold Hus
tace; Pauoa, W. A. Cottrell; Manoa,
James McCandless and Arthur Gil
man, Eventt 9 Swimming contest:
Teams: Junior. Class, Oahu College
Guy Rothwell, Rex Hitchcock, Allan.
Wllcox;iW, Dallentyne, E. Hedemann
and Harr Steiner. Outrigger Zen
Oenoves, Dave Center, Ted Center,
Curtis Hustace and W. Puty.
r Niriit Events
bvent 1, ? o clock Procession of
Illuminated -canoes from Ilrown's to
I and around Judges' stand, then to
Outrlggcr beach. Canoes entered:
Leahl, Pauoa, Keomoku, Hoopea, Ala
bama, Liloa, Palolo, Mauka, Nuu
anu, Kalluwa, Kallhl, Kaamlna. Ken
neth Drown, director. Prize for best
decorated and Illuminated canoe, koa
Event 2 Slx-paddle canoe race (II
lumlnated): Course, Judges' stand to,
uuoys uoyonu seaside Hotel and re-
' GIVEN IN DETAIL
ACCOUNT OF CRIMSON VICTORY
Both Teams Exceptionally Strong
and, Struggle as They Would, the
Cambridge Men Found Eli's Goal
Line Impenetrable Fine Football
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 21. A
crimson tide of banners swept In tri
umph over Yale flcld In the dying
light this afternoon, for tho men of
Harvard, after seven long years, had
beaten Yule 4 to 0. A goal from the
field, kicked by Victor It, Kennnrd
of Drookllne, Mass., fresh from the
side lines, and stdndlng on Yale's
Js-yard line, with the crimson line
planted on the lii-yard line, was the
winning score Just as the -first half
Man for man, the teams were equal
ly matched. Each team's defense was
stronger than Its offense, and the best
laid plans of strategy well-nigh went
The critical points In tho game
came In the second half owing to the
failure of n forward pass. Yale had
been rallying with a desperation born
of knowledge that time was fleet,
ing, and had worked the ball to Har
vard's 22-yard line, when Johnson,
the quarterback, gave the signal for
the play which proved so successful
against Drown. This time tho place
for' Its execution was the diagonal
opposite corner field. The ball went
back to Phllbln, who passed It clean
ly over the onrushtng crimson for
wards to Payne.
Ball Goes To Harvard
nut tho ball was not thrown more
than five yaTds from the .center lino.
and, thinking the play was faulty,
uqder the rules the ball went to Har
vard. X great sigh of relief went uo
from the Harvard side of the Held,
and not five minutes later the game
Harvard rushed during tho entire
game sixty-five times, netting 241
yurds, an average distance of 3 2-3
yards to the rush. Yale rushed for
ty-seven times for a distance of nlnc-ty-flve
yards, or nearly a yard less
per rush on the average.
Harvard received the ball four
times on downs, while Yale failed
to hold the crimson for downs onco
simply because a kick was resorted
to when two rushes had failed to
give tho needed ten yards. This
mado the exchange's of the ball fre
quent and lent spice to the playing.
The rushing had Its compensations.
'for It wqrkcd up the audience to a
nign pucn or expectancy every few
In kicking, Coy lifted the ball nine
times for a total of 319 yards, an av
erage of 35 1-2 yards. Harvard call-
'ed upon her fullbacks to kick, and
the total of their efforts was 32S
urdB for eleven times, an average
of 39 2-3 yards. From the start of
the game to the end there was over
eagerness among tho players to be In
the fight, and this brought many pen
alties, Harvard losing 120 yards on
twelve ponaltles and Yale G5 yards
on six ponaltles.
Following Is tho llne-un of tho
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turn. Alabama. Kenneth Brown.
Dave Center, Hnrry Steiner, Arthui
unman, K. Ashley, und J. R. Herrlot;
Hanakeokl, Zen Oenoves, Kenneth
neth Atkinson, Ouy Rothwell, Curtis
Hustace, Henry Hustace and A.
O'Haru. Edson Hutchlnson(and Har
old Castle will also enter crews.
Course: Outrigger stand to buoys be
yond Seaside Hotel and return.
Prize, top pieces.
Event 3 Torch swimming: From
Outrigger stand to Mouna raft and
return. Entries J, W. llallontyne,
Ouy Rothwell, Rex Hitchcock, Allan
Wilcox, e; Hedemann, Harry Steiner,
Zen Oenoves) Dave Center, Ted Cen
ter, and W. Paty.
.Event 4 Surfing with Illuminated
boards: Ouy Udthwjsll, Kenneth At
kinson, Zen Genoves, Dave Center,
'torn Carter, Ted Center, Sam 'Car
ter, Fred Carter, Marston Campbell,
and Ward Walker. Entries open.
Event C Three-paddle canoe race
(Illuminated): Kalluwa, R. Sinclair,
F. Lamb und J. R. Herrlot; Hoopea,
Zen Oenoves, Kenneth Urown and
Henry Steiner; PatoloOuy Rothwell,
Dave Center, and Kenneth Atkinson.
Course: Outrigger stand to buoys bo
yond Seaside Hotel and return. Prize,
Event G Surfing In lllumlnntcd
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Yule Logan, left end; Hobbs, left
tackle; Andrus, left guard; Diddle,
Cooney, center; Uoebels, right guard;
Ilrlds, right- tacldo; Uurch, Palnps,
right end; Corey, Johnson, quurter
buck; Phlbln, left half back; Wheut
on, Daly, right half back; Coy, full
Harvard nrown'e, left end; Mc
Kay, left tucklo; Dunlup, Wlthlngton
nnd West, left guard; Nourso, cen
ter; Hoar, right guard; Fish, right
tackle; Crowley, jlght end; Cutler,
aunrtcr back; Corbott, .Bprngue and
Leslie, left half back; White, right
half back; Vcrweib, 'Kennard, nnd
Smith, full back.
Summary Score: Harvard 4, Yalo
0. Umpire: Edwards, Princeton.
Referee: Langford. Trinity. Head,
linesman: Hackett, West Point. Field
Judgo: Hall, Dartmouth., Goal from
Held: Kcnnurd. Time of halves, 25
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Los Angeles, Nov. 26. Tho middle
weight battlo between DMIy Papko and
Hugo Kelly will tako place as sched
uled at Vernon on December 15th, Tho
officials of the Jeffries Athletic club
decided tonight that Papke's defeat ut
(he hunds of Kotchel has not dimmed
the Illinois Thunderbolt's drawing
powers to any extent. Consequently
word will bo sent both Papko and .
Kelly to como on nt onco, nnd tho club !
will-go ahoad with nrrangomcntH for
the battlo. I
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Saturday, JJec. 5, 1968
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