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THIS CONTEST MAY GREATLY
CHANGE TEAMS' STANDING
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Punahous Will Meet Young Men's
Christian Association, While Dia
mond Heads Will Try Conclusions
.With Mailes Games To Be Exciting
Upon the results of today's game
will depend ery largely the outcome
of the soccer series, II the, Punahous
mid IMamond Heads hr'c ,ylfctorlous,
the status of all ot tllo teams will
bo cohipletoly changed, and th,e con
testants will be thrown hack practi
cally where they' were befAre the bc
rles began. g '
' There have 'Wen ieyeral (hnlnbr
changes In the.' line-ups of "come of
'the teams, nnd soccer experts admit
that the outcome of today's 'games 'la
ery much a matter faf speculation.
All of the teams have beeri getting tu
some telling practice, and '''what
changes may have occurred n the
protlclcWcy of the elevens since Sat
urday List no ohebut possibly the
memliers themselves can say.
There is much Interest being
shown In the soccer series, not only
by the players themselves but by out
siders. All four teams will ho well
supported by rooters today.
The first game, that between the
Y, M' C. A. and the Punahous, will
he called promptly at 2 o'clock. Just
as soou as the first game Is finished,
tho Diamond Heads and 'Mnlle's will
go onto the field and mix things. TlioJ
games will he played on the league
The third meet ot tho series will
be held next Saturday. The games
will be Mailes versus Punahous, Dia
mond Heads versus Y. M, C. A,
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SAN FKANCrSCO, Calif., Dec. 2.
In looking around for u card for tho
coming yeur Ilerger sized up the sit
uation carefully and came to thereon
elusion that if Ketchel was going' to
butt into the heavyweight ranks', a
match between the Mlchlgander and
blgsAT Kaufman would be the ,7can
dy." He sounded Billy Qelancy on
the question and the' reply that the
haberdasher got was a corker. Ullly
almost broke his neck trjlng to do
licr himself of the following an
swer: "YcS, yes, yes.' Any time, ajiy
place, anywhere,' arid Joe O'Connor
can referee." '''
In talking about Buch a match, De
laney said: "I believe that Al can not
only defeat Ketchel but Hums as
SPOUTS BY .THE . .,
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It Is tn be regretted that there Is
not moro cricket, played-Inl Honolulu.
Conditions here are Ideal for the En
glish national game nnd there should
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teams of more than ordinary class.
There are many players' hero who
have In times past played with' fa
mo'us organizations of the mainland
nnd the Old World, and were there
any Inducements In the way of
games offered they Would probably be
glad of the opportunity of toying
With the flat bat again. On the, Pa
cific Coast there' lias been n great rft-
vhal of Interest In cricket, and
learns have traveled from Canada to
Los Angeles'to 'participate in the big
games. It might not be feasible to
try and form an orgnnlzntlon here to
do any extensive traveling, but a few
mbre cricket clubs lilvlhe Tcrrltpiv,
and n 'few inter-Island games, should
awAke an 'interest In tho sport and
give" It an established place 'again.
Vllhini a very few weeks local
horse-lovers will have a chanco to
see, some very good sport nt llllo. Tho
program 'thatjnas been arranged for
January 1 and 2 Is one Hint should
appeal to every lover of the 'Sport
of Klngs",and there should be a largo
attendance. May success attend the
efforts of (he, promoters of tho llil-
The news of 'the revival of yie an
cient sport ot surf-boarding on a
FERN IS CHOSEN
AS LEAGUE HEAD
MAYOR-ELECT IS NOW PRESI
DENT OF KALANIANA0LE
Name Meets With Universal Satisfac
tion and Election Is Made Unanimous.
Date for the League Ball Has Been
Decided UponBaseball Business
Mayor-elect Joe Kern Is tho presi
dent of the Kalunlanaolo. Uasebull
League. At a meeting held Inst night
at the residence' of A. K. V'lerra, ho
was unanimously elected to fill the
office left vacant by the resignation
of Enos Vincent.
As Boon, us Fern's namo Was put up
for the presidency it met with rnwir,
and the formality of election wna
gono through with In short order.
Kern takes office Just In time for thu
commencement ot the new enr, and
members of the. league expect that,
under his direction, the organization
will occupy a position In baselmlldoni
ImMi more important than it does
On New Year's eve will bo held
tho Kalanlannole J.eaguo dance. The
mutter was discussed at length at lutit
night's meeting, and the date set met
with universal favor. Thu function
will be hold at IC. of V. Hall.
The Kalanlanaole League Is grail
lnrge scalo In these Islands has drift- jually being strengthened by tho nc-
wlde. Already keen
ed far and
sportsmen nre beginning to turn
their attention hereward and among
the tourlBts who visit these shores
this winter will doubtleuH be many
athlete1 attracted here by the pros
pect of some interesting aquatic
Bports. The Outrigger Club Is doing
its full share toward boosting the
thing along; let lis hope that the oth
er boat clubs 'may- see their way to
give the good work' a bit of a lift. '
The way that those Engineers
have started "after the'baseball cham
pionship of the Islands certainly de
serves the ndpilratlon ot all, good
sportsmen. They are not endeavor
ing to affiliate with any league, but
they are offering games to any team
that feels Inclined to cross bats with
them, If they keep upothe good work
they will probably reacVan'envlable
place In the local baseball world. '
The Sh'lmpo-Chronlcio baseball
nine, which grew out of S. Shcba's
plan for a game between the Amer
ican and Japanese newspapermen ot
Honolulu, Is already beginning to
take quite an Important place in
bpseballdom. The team will meet
the Eiiglneers'on the league1 grounds
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tomorrow nnernoon unu. ironi ine
mhnner in' which' they' have been
working, there Is every reason to be
lieve that they will make a good
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against cither roant I think that itj
Is only jciat to, the public that If It Is to be hoped that. Dick Sulll
Ketchel is going1 to blossom, oyt Into van's efforts to arrange n mill bo
a heivj weight that he should tackle 'tween Young Nelson and Jack Mc
liaurman and the winner could lh,n'i-nuuea win meet wnn success. ny
be matched with Hums. Al has beat-j thing that Sullivan manages Is sure
en every fighter, with tho exception (to be abovc-botrd yand both McFad-
den and Young Nelson are fighters
wlio can draw a house here, any tmi.
There are .very fe,vr pf thelwlse ones
who are' doing and pfophesyln'g'nB to
ot Jack O'iirlen, thnt he has been
sent against, and It's about ,tlme that
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he is hitting, harder. If Ketchel Is should It be pulled, off, and there lias
ooWn'g for aehhriee to show Ms skill iro'heep puch apparent, interest' in
against the heavier men, ho can be any contest since 'Charles Rellly and
quickly accommodated, as we stand t Joe Lahey met,
ready at a moment'it nntlnn in tnlk I
qulsltlon of new plnjers. Last night
the Japanese Atliletlc Cttlb secured
permission to take In two new plnj-
ers from the Riverside League. The
men nro C. S. Wuklta and Stcero, and
ball enthusiasts believe that their
presence with the bnnzuls Will Btrcng
then that already good team to a no
Kern, the new president, Is known
as one of the most enthusiastic lov
ers of baseball In Honolulu. He has
always given every possible encour
agement to those who are trjlng to
boost along tho American game, and
his election by the league Is consid
ered not only as a graceful tribute to
him, but as a smooth stroke of busi
ness from the standpoint of policy.
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, Soldier Men
Tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock
the Shlmpo-Chronlcie baseball team
will meet the United States Engi
neers on the leaguo grounds. That
the game will be a good ono hvems
assured and fans me planning to
turn out In force.
"Mdnager Sheba 'of the Japancie
team" and Assistant MnnagerSni)s.ir
of the Engineers havo reached a final
agreement concerning the content
and everything Is In readiness for
the great game. ' ' -
The Japanese team played a stiong
game against tho sphcro-twlrlors ot
the Tlser last week, only losing out
by a single run. The men certainty
showed good Mnn In (he game and
It Is bo!leed Unit the) can give the
Engineers a run for their money. If
any team can.
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business. 1 see where O'Connor says
he Is willing tn allow Ketchel to
Flgfit fans arc wondering whether
or not Joe .Cohen will succeed In
fight Hums. Well, the Canadian la , bringing back Rellly and Lahey for a
Just as heavy as Al, so they can't light here. The boys would draw a
squirm out of the match on the' good house here an a mill betyepn
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