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RVEN1NO HULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., MONDAY, DKO. 14, 1908.
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AGAINST Y. M. C. A.
ASSOCIATION PLAYERS ARE KEPT
ON THEIR METTLE
Game Is Fast and Both Elevens Are
in Good Trim Mailes Prove Too
Much for Diamond Heads and Shut
Standing of Soccer League
P. W. 0. Pts.KorAg't
V. M. C. A....3 2 1 C 6 1
Mnllo 3 2 0 4 G 1
I). Hcail 3 10 2 8 7
Punnhou 3 0 1 1 1 It
n Y. M. C. A. 1, Punahou 1, it
n. wna the scoro In the first gamo K
m ot the soccer iloublc-hcader on K
i' tlio league grounds Saturday M
if nftcrnoon. The Punahous show- K
X cd fine form, nnd the game was X
)t a battle rojnl from start to fin- K
t Ish. w
)(. The second game resulted In i
a 2-0 victory for the Mallcs, the M
H Diamond Heads fulling In their
K well-directed efforts to place the M
K ball in the scoring territory. M
The rumor that some surprises
might bo sprung In Saturday after
noon's soccer game proved to bo not
without foundation. The Punahous
came through with a brand of foot
ball that was decidedly satisfactory
to their most ardent admirers, nnd
they incidentally held the Y. M. C.
A. aggregation down to a tie. One
to one was tho final score, and tlio
Y. M. C. A. men were forced to keep
on the "qui vlve" in order to prevent
the tally being lopsided In the wrong
The Punahous showed the effects
of good, consistent practice. Tho Y.
M. C. A. men were not In any less
Good trim than on prior occasions; It
was simply a case of a more powerful
Tho Punahous started off with tho
wind rather In their favor. This
gavo them an opportunity which they
were not slow to take advantago of.
They started things going with n
rush, and it looked as though they
would start the game with a goal.
The first goal was made in the first
half by Macconel of tho Y. M. C. A.
lino. Tho Punahous started right
then to oven matters up, but tho Y.
M. C. A. mon were busy, and it look
ed as though they had struck their
old winning streak again. Tho Pu
nahous wore on tho watch, however,
and their opponents were not allow
ed to Incrcnso their lead.
The second half saw things moving
along nt n lively pace, lloth teams
ucre bent on scoring, nnd tho players
wcro working like Trojans. Good soc
ccr was played on both sides, and
neither eleven seemed to havo any
tho better ot tho argument.
The Y. M. C. A. men began
threatening Punahou'a goal In an
alarming manner, and tho Associa
tion rooters wcro getting ready for
a lit t lo howling. Then Mon Yin
connected with the ball. He got
through tho opposing lino and by
dribbling got the pigskin sphercold
Into sate territory. Then ho sent his
foot into tho ball, and a second later
a goal had been scored.
Mon Yin evidently found the sen
sation to his liking, for a few min
utes later he started in to repeat the
trick, For a mlnuto ho seomed like
ly to succeed. He collided with
Swift, however, and for a brief tlmo
was not In shape for play.
Tho final call ot tlmo found both
elevens with one score to their credit
and both In condition for an Indefi
nite amount of play. The teams lin
ed up as follows:
Y. M. C. A. Rlckard, g; Swift, if;
P. Dickinson, re; Droderlck, lh; J.
C. Anderson, ch; J. A. Macaulay, rh;
Macconel (captain), ol; Drown, 11;
McKlnlay, cf; J. Macauluy, ir; Black
Punahou Patcy, g; Lota, If;
Orubble, rf; Dodge, lh; Fruscr, ch;
McKlnnon, rh; J. Catton (captain),
ol; Wlthlngton, II; Mon Yin, cf;
Smith, lr; Clark, or.
Iltefereo Dob Anderson.
THE SECOND GAME
In the second game, the Mailes
mannged to put through two tallies,
nt the same time -shutting out tho
Diamond Heads entirely. Tho flrt
goal wns mnilo In thn first half. In
the second half tho performance wns
repeated. Andrews placed tho first
The Diamond Heads played good
soccer, and several times in tho first
halt it looked as though they wcro
going to repeat tho performance of
tho Punahous nnd stir things up n
little. Such wns not on tho program
of tho fates, however, nnd In sptto
of their plucky play they wcro shut
out. The teams lined up as follows:
Diamond Heads Hob Chilling-
worth, g; Sherwood, It: Hickman, rf;
Zleglcr, lh; Chilton, ch; Hughes, rh;
Kca,. ol; Norton, It; K. Fernando,
cf; 1)111 nice, Ir; Curl Oss (captain),
or; Norton, II.
Mallcs Uclscr, g; Center (cap
tain), If; McGIII, rf; Davis, lh; H.
Chlllingworth, ch; II. Andrews, rh;
Mnrcnlllno, ol; Sing Chong, II; E. An
drews, cf; II. Uatlcy, lr; Dtvlght, or;
Sing Hong, II.
Linesmen L. A. C. Carlsh nnd A.
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Dick Sullivan Is tho champion
walker of the Territory. Yesterday
morning he defeated 11. M. Aires by
seven seconds In "hiking" from King
street nnd Kalakaua atcnuo to the
Walklkl Inn. Ills time was 16:03.
The defeated walker could not do
better than 10:10.
Tho best time In the heavyweight
class was made by Charlie Lambeit,
who covered the ground In 22 min
utes 30 seconds.
Twenty-five minutes flat was tho
record made by S. II. Webb In the
It not highly exciting, the walk
ing tournament procd rather amus
ing to the onlookers. Some of the
participants appeared entirely too la
tent on tho struggle In which they
were engaged to And any amusement
whatever In life or anything else.
There was a goodly array of spec
tators out to lend encouragement to
the pedestrians. The "hikers" were
accompanied along tho way by autos,
bicycles, horse men, and, for portions
ot the distance, by ambitious pedes
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William Simpson was the wlnne,
ot tho Tiuisan tournament play jes-
terday afternoon on the Halciwa
links. This Is Simpson's second Tan
san victory on different links. It now
remains for him to show what ho can
do on the links of the Oaliu Country
Club. The scores follow:
a f g 2
c fr .
D a .
a a ,
44 90 8 82
45 88 5 83
44 90 5 85
47 97 12 85
42 87 BC 87
52 103 15 88
50 99 10 89
52 99 10 89
56 104 15 89
47 95 5 90
51 101 8 93
54 112 18 94
54 112 18 94
48 100 5 95
64 116 18 98
Wm. Simpson ....46
F. Halstcad 43
Dr. High 46
St. C. Uldgood ....CO
D, W. Cooko ....45
II, Johnson 51
O. P. Cox 49
II. A. Wilder ....47
T. J. Waterman .48
A. S. Mahaulu....48
F. S. Drown 50
M. Phillips 58
A. F. W. Todd... 58
E. O. Whlto 52
J. F. Fenwlck ...62
J. S. Orme Did not play. ,
Dr. II. Wood ... .Did not play.
, C. Smith Did not finish.
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M'FARLAN WINS THE ,
SIX-DAY BICYCLE RACE
NEW YORK, N. Y Dec. 12. Mc-
Farland of California finished win
ner of the six-day bicycle race to
night. He covered two thousand
seven hundred and thirty-seven miles
during the race.
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PHILADELPHIA, Pa Dec. 3. Dr
John II. Taylor, the former champion
quarter-mile runner ot the Univer
sity ot Pennsylvania, died yesterday
from typhoid pneumonia. Taylor
was the first college roan ever picked
to carry the American flag on his
breaBt in Olympic championships,
running In the 400-meter race and
In the rela" event. In the summer
of 1904 he visited England and
Franco nnd won the majority ot his
By Honr or Trip,
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
. PHONE 188.
THREE ARE TIED
KALANIANA0LE LEAGUE STAND
ING IS COMPLICATED
Chinese thletio Club Puts Japanese
To' Sleep and White Sox Outplay
Twilights Tail-Enden re Out of the
Standing of Cupid League
C. A. C. .
J. A. C. ..
Chlncso Athletic Club 11, J. A. C.
3; White Sox 7, Twilight Athletic
Club 4. The abovo was the result ot
yesterday's games of tho Kalanlann
ole League at Aala Park.
The results of the play tanglo
things up a bit, tlclng tho Anlai,
White Sox, nnd Chinese Athletic
Club for first place. Bach of tho
teams has played four games and
won three of them. Tho Japanese
Athletic Club has managed to scoio
one victory In Its series, but tho
Twilights nro mourning four straight
rrhe first gnmo yesterday wos very
much In faor of tho Chinese. Tho
banzals were hopelessly out ot It,
though they stuck doggedly to their
task and fought It out to the bitter
The second game was not so one'
sided, but there was never n tlmo
when there was much doubt as to
the ultimate outcome. Tho Twilights
worked hard and made the Whlto
Sox fight for their runs.
It is now up to tho Aalas, Chinese
Athletic Club, and White Sox to set
tie among themselves which Is really
tho nine constructed ot championship
Though the Engineers defeated tho
Japanese newspapermen by a scoro
ot 17-5 In a game of baseball nt ths
league grounds yesterday afternoon,
they did not begin to have things as
much their way as the score would
Indicate, and tho spectators were
abo to find plenty in the gnmo to in
Tho soldiers started tho gamo with
n riot of scoring that looked bad for
the Japanese. The latter got down
to business boforo very long, howev
er, and made a flno showing, consid
ering the fact that the Engineers
havo victories over the Marines and
Fort Shatter men to their credit.
The soldiers played flno ball and
demonstrated that they havo the ma
terial to muko a championship team.
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PLAYERS AT PRACTICE
STANFORD UNIVEI18ITY, Calif.,
Dec. 1. The men who Intend to go
to Vnncouver to piny during tho
Christmas holidays turned out this
afternoon for light practice on Stan
ford field. Those who will probably
make the trip are Terrlll, Hlgley,
McGregor, Dolo, Crawford, Pcmuor
ton, Cheda, Reynolds, Evans, Miller,
Erb, Ilelnley, Mitchell, Ganong, El
liott, Roth, Holmun, Cook, Faulknor,
and Drown. The veterans, Scott,
Cadwalader, and Kocrner, will bo
unable to make the trip.
BTANFORD UNIVERSITY, Calif.,
Dec. 1. In the finals of the handi
cap tennis tournament which was
run off during the Thanksgiving hoi
Ida s, E. R, Canterbury ot Rcdlund3
defeated W. II, Newman, '12, of San
Diego, thus winning the Thlele tro
phy. tt tt M
RALPH ROSE AFTER
THE HAMMER RECORD
HEALDSUURd, Calif., Dee. 1, -
Ralph W. Rose, ilcaldshurg's world
beating shot-putter and winner of
the recent world's championship mu
test held In London, is beginning to
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great promise nnd In praitlcc yes
teiday hurled a 16-pound hammer
the remarkable dlstanco or 114 feet
3 Inches. ThU is within a few foot
of the world's record and tho big
champion nnd his locnl rollovers aio
(onfldent thnt It will bo but n short
time when ho will bo nblo to iinnax
tho world's record In this ovent.
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