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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. U., MONDAY, DEC. 21, 1908.
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Funahous and Diamond Heads Show
Renewed Vigor, While Mailea and Y.
M. 0. A. Find Themselves Up Against
It Percentages Rearranged
Standing of the 8oecer League:
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2 2 0
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5 6 2
4 11 8
2 2 12
Hrodcrlck, lr.; Robblns, cf.i Uiown, II. i
Referee Sob Anderson.
Result Diamond Ilcnd, 3; Y. M. C.
Too much dampness necessitated
the postponement of tho longed-for
game between the high percentage
tcnmti of tho Knlanlanaolo League at
Aala Pnrk yesterday afternoon, and
sent tho fans home somewhat dis
gruntled. The Aalas were scheduled
to cross bnts with tho Chinese Ath
letic Club, and the supporters of tho
two teams were already whetting
their nnnotltcs for the treat which
DOWNPOUR FAILS TO
MANY TAKE PART IN YEAR'S
Country Club Links Are Wet But En
thusiasts Are Not Kept Away By
Dampness Handicaps Will Be Re
vised Before Next Contest
Despite tho heavy rain, which
made the prospect of golf piny any
thing but attractive, there was n
goodly number of contestants on tho
BRAND NEW SHIPMENT OF
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'Evening Bulletin 75c. Pep Month
Punahou 4 0 2
t MhIIcs 1, PunatiouH 1; Diamond tt
tt Honds 3. Y. M C. A, 1. The above tt
tt wero the scores In tho double- tt
tt header Boccer game on tho league tt
tt grounds Saturday afternoon. tt
tt The first garni- was between the tt
tt Mullo and Punahou elevens and tt
tt was brimming oer with ex- tt
tt nmplcs of good football. Tho tt
tt second game, Diamond Heads vs. tt
tt Y. M. C. A., was Just as Interest- tt
tt lng nml exciting as tho first ono tt
tt anil both elevens made a flno tt
tt showing. H
tt The standing of tho four teams tt
tt in tho soccer leaguo Is now somo- tt
tt what complicated and Interest In tt
tt the final games of tho series will tt
tt bo intense. 8
Tho Young Men's Christian Associa
tion bunch got a black mark against
themselves Saturday afternoon. Tho
Diamond Heads demonstrated that
they wero very much on hand with
tho goods, and tho champions of tho
trlanglo got a Jolt which slipped them
back into placo with tho Mallcs.
Incidentally the Mallcs did not havo
such an easy time of It. Tho Punahou
aggregation has shaken the hoodoo
that It started out in company with,
end yestorday repeated Its perform
ance of tlng ono of tho leaders. Ono
to ono was the final scoro in tho Malic
Punahou game, the unfortunate bunch
which has not been aule to annex a
stnglo victory, holding down tho big
follows with apparent case,
Tho Punahou men rushed matters
from tho start In tho first game. Tho
ball was kept In Malle territory most
of tho time, and thcro wero several
cry narrow escapes. Onco Mon Yin
got tho pigskin through, and It seamed
as though ho must scoro, but good
goal-kcoptng avcitcd tho disaster to
tho Mallcs. A fow mlntites later tho
ball was back at tho Mailo goal, how
ei or, and by clever team work, It was
ihot in Just before time was called on
tho first hair.
Tho Eccond half was mora or less a
lepctltlon of tho first but with tho
advantage tho other way around. Tho
alios wuro working like Trojans to
niako up for lost timo and they forced
tho play from start to flnlsh.
Shortly nfter the opening of tho
half, Andrews took tho ball down tho
field In great Uiapo, and, In splto of
tho efforts of the opposition, sent it
through for a goal.
Tho Mallcs' goal, which tied tho
scoro, was tho signal for a renowal of
tho battle. Hack and forth tho ball
was shunted, ono mlnuto threatening
tho Mailo goal, tho next putting tho
Punahou In danger. The scoring time
seemed to be past, however, for neith
er side was able to placo another of
tho shoots where it would add to tho
total on tho tally sheet. Tho end of
tho second half and the game saw
tho scoro standing "ono all."
Tho teams lined up as follows:
Mailo H. Andrews, g.; J, Mcglll,
rf.; Center (Capt.) If.; Bustard, rh.;
II. Chllllngworth. eh.; Davis, In.;
Dwlght, or.: H. Palley, lr.; D. An
drews, cf.; Craik II.; Marcalllno, ol.
Punahou Frascr, g.; Grabble, rf.;
Lota, If.; McKinnnn, rh.; Aklna, ch.;
Dodgo, In.; Desha, or.; Withlngton, lr.;
Mon Yin, cf.; Clarke, II.; J. Cotton
Referee J, Flddes,
Tht 8ecend Game.
Tho second gamo was oven moio
Mirprlslng than tho first. Tho Y. M. C.
A. seemed to bo firmly established nt
tho head of the column and it had be
gun to look as though tho eleven could
not lose. Tho Diamond Heads had
their winning clothes on, however, and
tho trlangtilars wore unablo to hold
out against tho combination. Tho
teams lined up ns follows;
Diamond HeadB Bob Chllllngworth,
g.; John Clarke, rf.; Hickman, If.;
l.omon, rh.; Sherwood, ch.; Hughes,
lh.; Carl Oss (Capt.), or.; Sing Chong,
lr.; E, Fernandez, cf.; Norton, II.;
Y. M. C. A, Rlcknrd, g.; Dickenson,
if.. Swift, If.; MeKliilny, ih,; Aiidcr
hoii, ch ; I Mel, son, h ; lllacl.timn, or.;
i... ... . . ... .
they supposed was In'storo for them, 'linns oi tnc oanu country uiuo ni
The park was so sloppy that anyjl0:30 yesterday morning when the
sort of decent play would havo beon drawings for tho last tournament of
out of tho question, leaving out of .tho ear wero held,
consideration entirely the discomfort Though many of tho players did
of tho fans who would have felt not bIiow their usual form, there was
themselves under tho necessity of still enough golf of n high order to
stnlng out In the open during the mnKo tno tournament very interest-
Intermittent downpours which chnr-.mg. inc tropny tor tne ucst grosi
actcrlied tho afternoon. scoro was won by Harold Glffard,
Tho Twilights were nlso on hand whose total was ninety-one. u, A.
to compete with the Japanese Ath- Walker, with n-net scoro of ninety,
Ictlc Club for the position of tall end- was the winner of the trophy for that
.r In tho lcasue. They Ikewlse were ,".
disappointed. The games will be
plajed off after tho regularly sched
uled scries has been completed.
tt tt tt
As the handicaps of the plaers
are being revised, It Is not likely thnt
another tournament will be held un
der exactly tho same conditions as
yesterday. The flrst tournament on
tho new jcar, thnt on New Year's
Day, will he played under the revised
I Tho following wero tho scores yes-
NEW YORK, N. Y., Dec. 8. When
President Harry J.'nlllam, of the Na
tional League.r starts out on a scout
ing expedition not for players but
for umpires ho arms himself with a
cpy-glass and n pair of enrmuffs.
Then he hikes to somo ball park
where a Judge of play, who has been
highly recommended, Is handing
down decisions and firing abusive ball
players from thelot, and gets busy.
Kirsi no najugis mo curmuun. n
tho umnlro's voice percolates through
the muffs and Jars his eardrums, the
arbiter scores a. point. If the car-
muff test Is a failure tho umplro still
has a chance, for the spyglass test Is
tried before Pulllam hands down his
Harry nroduccs his glass and
squints at the ump. If thnt gentle
man looks like an. Adonis, In addition
to possessing a soft voice, ho Is tossed
on the ash-heap at onco.
Hut, If he has a face like a bulldog
or looks tierce enough to scare an In
fnnt to death, Pulllam begins to fln-
gor a contract, tor no nas lounu nm
man. If he's the right kind of a
looker he goes to Class Ct It he can
bellow like a bull he goes to Class U,
but It he possesses both the bulldog
faco ond tho thunderous voice ho Is
catalogued under Class A.
In The Six Day
New York, Dec. 7. Furious riding,
which resulted In the establishment of
now records and two serious uccldcnU,
marked tho flrst 24 hours of tho an
nual six-day bicycle raco at Madlsni
Square garden. From tho ttart tho
contest has been a succession of
prints mllo nfter mile, until tho riders
are far ahead of tho old records.
Two teams havo dropped out of tho
contest becauso of tho accidents. Dur
ing tho afternoon Menus Dcdelt was
caught In n pocket and before ho could
cxtrlcato himself ono of tho contest
ants camo up from behind, and, catch
ing his pedal, sent tho unfortunate
ilder Bprawling on tho track, breaking
his right shouldor bone. Two hours
later Patrick Logan during a desper
ate mix-up, was thrown heavily. Ho
usb carried unconscious, bleeding
from tho hcad'and mouth, and his case
Is pronounced serious.
Eight teams were tied for the lead
ut midnight with four one lap behind
and two othors far in tho rear. Eddie
Ruprccht and Matt Downey, tho team
mates of tho disabled riders, were of
ficially declared out of tho race short
ly before midnight, being unablo to
tenure riding partners.
Tho record for 24 hours was broken
11 minutes beforo tho expiration of
II. A. Walker ...51 C7 108 18 90
II. Olffard 4.1 18 91 sc. 91
Geo. Angus 4G 47 93 sc. 93
P. Halstead ....47 CI 98 2 96
C. E. Edmunds ..53 52 105 9 96
Wm. Simpson ...52 50 102 5 97
3. G. Wilder ....50 52 102 5 97
A. Ewart '. 58 57 115 15 100
C. 8. Weight 54 63 117 15 102
J. O. Young ....56 52 108 6 102
T. Gill 50 52 102 sc. 102
F. Wntcrhouso ..59 63 122 18 104
H. II. Walker ...58 53 111 4 107
C. T. Wilder ...56 64 120 11 109
C. Kimball, II. Wilder. Jas. l'on-
wlek, II. G. Spencer; F. Armstrong,
and Dr. High did not flnlsh.
tt n a
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Denies Rumor Of
SAN JOSE, Calif.. Dec. 7. Hal
Chase, tho New York American flrst
baseman, who Jumped from organized
baseball late last season to tho Cali
fornia State-League, will not go back
to Gotham. Chaso acknowledges that
tho New York management has been
In communication with him. both
by letter and wire, and upon two oc
casions through their personal repre
sentative on this Coast, but ho sas
they havo not prevailed upon' him to
rtturn and that he has no Intention
of changing his present plans.
Regarding tho general opinion of
tho fans that Chase would bo offered
tho captainship of the Americans it
he would go back, ho would say noth
ing. He refuses to discuss tho sub
ject further than stating that he will
remain In California.
Next season Chase will captain Cy
Morelng's team of Stato leaguers,
which the Stockton pennant wlnnor
Is figuring on putting In Oakland.
Chase has been tendered u big salary
by Morelng and also tho Interest in
a business In Oakland.
"I'd rather stay in California at a
smaller salary," said Chase today,
"that go East. I don't like the cli
mate back there, and for personal
reasons I have no desire to cast my
lot with the New York Apfcrlcaus
again. You can figure on mo being
In Oakland next season."
hour, when tho rlderB wero Ave laps
behind the1 best previous record.
Tho scoro at midnight, the end ol
the twenty-fourth hour, was as fol
Rutt and .Stol, Foglur and Law son,
Moran and McFarland, Palmor und
Walker, Dupro and Georgot, Vunoni
and Anderson, Mitten and Collins, Hill
CONTINUOUS DRIVING 55 PER HOUR
SHOPPING AND CALLING $3 PER HOUR
SHORT RUNS, FROM 50c UPWARD
SPECIAL RATES for "Round-the-Island" and Long
Runs. Efficient Drivers. Best Cars, such as
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hour, with the exception of tho sixth.
thnt norlnH with .Itmtiiv Mnrnn nt thn
Pacific-Atlantic team In the lead. This;?'" ,n Mar' 314, m'lca ,mld 2 'T.'
record has been maintained at every, .''"', , - , tV i i
jimrr, lie uuu uuiviu, vu.uuuiitii
and Drobach, 514 miles and 1 lap;
I Fabcr and Lafoitrcade, 510 miles and
1 6 laps; Ilrocco and Labroussc, 493
J miles and 7 laps.
I Former record, 510 miles and 1 lap.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
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