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NEW YEAR WILL BE OBSERVED
IN FITTING STYLE
Oriental Feast-Day Will Be Signal
for Jollification of Athleic Club In
teresting Features Will Characterize
Dance New Composition iTomisea
The nnnunl concert and dnnce of
the Chinese Aloha Club will be given
nt tho K. of P. hull on January 23
tills )car, to cominemornto tho Chi
nese New Year, which will begin on
tho 21t Inst, nnd Inst for thrco
tln 8, ns Is customary among tho Chi
nese In this country.
This will bo tho second affair of
Its kind to bo given by tho Chlneso
Alohns. The first took plnpc Inst
)ear nnd wns one of tho most buc
ccxsful ever given by nn nthletlo or
ganization hero. Tho nttendance
wnu nlso largo nnd nn those who wcro
there will no'doubt buy tickets for
this cur's function.
Krncst Knnl'a tllco Club hns been
fcccurecl for the occnslon. Tho pro
gram for tho concert will bo nn-
nounced Inter, but one of the features
will bo n piece specially composed
hi Krncsl Knal In honor of tho
On Snturdny, tho Unginccrs woro
defeated by tho Bhnftcr nlno with a
Kcorc of 12 to 9 on tho l'ort Shatter
diamond. The line-up was as fol
Shatters McCnll, ss; lluddhu, rfi
Uurant, !tb; Junes, If; Lcinn, 2b;
Oakley, c; Glenn, lb; McNabb, ct;
Engineers McKachcrn, ss; Hun
ger, rf; Ilnlloy, 3b; JdcCullough, If;
Noble, 2b; Smlzer, c; Held, lb;
Dodds, cf; Nlffcn, p.
Good hitting nnd bad base-throwing
nro assigned as the causes of the
MONTGOMERY CLIPS COAST
RECORD ON ARCADIA TRACK
LOS ANQKLK3, Calif., Dec. 15. A
Const reeffld wns broken at tho Ar
cadla track today when S. C. Hlld
rcth's Montgomery ran tho fifth race,
at one and an eighth miles, In tho
fast time of 1:51, within two-fifths
of a second ot'the world's record.
Montgomery coutd not raise a gallop
rc vert il da j a ago In tho same kind of
n race '
Tho fifth rnco wns tho feature of
a good card, and nil the way through
was run an fast as any Bprlnt event
on tho program. There wore only
thrco stu'rtcrs, Montgomery, Domlnus
Arol, and Ileauclcrc, tho latter being
put In for an airing. Montgomery
was a 3-lo-S opening favorite, but
some of the spdrts believed the speed
burner Domlnus Arol had n chance
and plncd him persistently. Doml
nus jumped Into tho lead nt onco to
set the pace, but Montgomery waB
right behind all the time until they
camo down through the stretch. Then
Montgomery ran nway from Domlnus
and won by almost three lengths,
llildrcth had n big bet down on his
t Heil Walker's Stnnloy Pay again
fooled tho talent by winning tho irillo
handicap from the fnvorito, Dando
llon, by half n length In u driving
finish, Mugazlno whs tho hot tip
and wns heavily backed at 3, but was
left at tho post by sleepy Jockey
Thrco favorites won llalr Annlo
ut 11 to 20, Montgomery it 9 to 10,
nnd La Olorla at M to 5.' Tho other
winners were Stanley l-iy at 7 to 2,
(lolly Ding at S, nnd Fleming at 3.
Jockey Shilling rodo three winners
nnd two seconds. Twenty-five books
wore In the ring In addition to two
Hold books nnd u combination ) book.
8 8 8
Trainer Tom Cook Is In charge of
tho Emeryville division of 13, J. llald.
win's stable. Tho eleven horses com
prising the string are now quartered
at the Emeryville track. They In
clude I.lsaro, Del Cruzador, Dlamlnl
to, Ncclitn, Navarro, Autumn Days,
Cleopatra, Oallnda. Pond II rook, Gal
lnl, Straight Tip, and Itcy el Dlnero.
Jockey Goldstein came along to 'do
the stablo tiding. Cook thinks al
most as much of the nark 2-) ear-old
Del Crurndiir fix hn did of Crtmidn.
his Illustrious limtlicr, now heading
thu Kuldwlii nl ud nt Santa Anita.
SPOUTS BY THE
BOOST! DON'T KNOCK I!
Just let every man cut out tho
nbove admonition nnd pasto It In his
hat-band. Then let him tie a ploco
ot string nround the third finger of
his left hand, to remind him to gazo
Into tho Inner portion of his remov-
ablo Bkypicce. Knocking never did
nny good to anybody; tho knocker
soon gets a twisted misconception ot
tho general trend of things, nnd the
knockco finally reaches that unchar
itable stage where he wants to go
out and hammer someone's block off
ii more .ever was nn occasion
when tho booster was needed much
ly, nnd tho knocker had no placo in
tho economical arrangement of
things, such an occasion Is Jicro
right this minute. Tho man who enn
not witness nn thing without trying
to pour a tubful of nlchtoo-oh on it,
tho man who goes around with a
fnco that tells ou that ho must havo
been dating green persimmons, had
better pack up his belongings and
scoot away from these Islandsbefore
ho gets permanently soured on him
self. Hero arc the men who havo been
chosen to form a baseball nlno to lick
blazes out ot Mlko Fisher's All-Amcr
lean aggregation. (Jlvo them halt a
chance, and doubtless they'll accom
plish the task. Sit around and say,
"Hum! Itottcn! You mokes couldn't
whip a nlno ot FIJI Islanders. You're
nothing but a lot of dubs!" and It Is
jconcclvable that the players may loso
nenn nnu get oauiy ucaten.
If "Johnnlo with the tnckhammor"
is hanging around these diggings, It
It to bo hoped that ho will take his
misanthropic self to some other cllmo
for tho tlmo being.
Oct outj anil root for that All-Hawaiian
team; give tho rnco tho bene
fit of jour encouragement and sup
port. Show that you nro Interested
In their success, and, above all.
Now Is Jhe tlmo when the man
with tho exuberant spirits can get
busy and make himself useful. If
there Is ono thing that the ball-play-urs
who aro getting ready for tho
test of strength with tho All-Amcr-Icnns
need, It Is oncourngement. And
they won't get much of it from tho
fans who stand around on street cor
ners -nnd make prophecies concerning
the whalloplng which tho HawallanB
nro going to get.
The way fans turped out yester
day aftcrVioon to witness tho .first
practice of Feriinndcz' tAII-IIawailans
was something ot which local sports
men have no causa: to bo proud.
There were exactly six spectators on
tho bleachers. That means that Just
six people felt enough Interested to
spend ten cents car-faro and two
hours' tlmo to boost along 'the cause
ot baseball hero.
It will be absolutely Impossible for
the All-Hawallans to accomplish any
thing If tho gcnornl public docs not
get In nnd boost. A man does not
fcol much Incentlvo to work for tho
community wjicn tho community
won't nciord him a llttlo encourage
Ecry afternoon from riW on, will
see tho players on the league grounds
lambasting the ball around, and lim
bering thcniBelves up for tho strug
gle to come. It makes, a lot of differ
ence whether the men nro practicing
before empty bleachers, or havo nn
enthusiastic audience, re.idy to ap
plaud good plays and shout encour
agement. The man that has not
enough local pride to help tha, base
ball team that Is going to uphold the
dignity ot the Islands on tho din
mond. especially when tho total cost
per day Is ton tents In monoy and
two hours In time, must havo very
llttlo of tho sportsman In him.
Some of the business men of this
city have agreed; to let those of their
employs who havo bcon chosen for
tho All-IIawallap team oft work at 1
o'clock In tho jif tornoon. This pub-lio-splrlted
courtesy Is greatly appre
ciated by those upon whose shoul
ders It is falling to get togethor a
team worthy of Hawaii, nnd If other
emplojcrs can see their way clear to
doing likewise, their action will cer
tainly meet with tho'approval of pa
W. A. Korwlri' shipped Dr. Holz
berg, Almona and Guy Fisher to Ar
cadia In response to a telegram from
Harney Schrelber. Frank Flittner,
Illusion and ono of M. J," Daly's horses
went to the southern track In the
- ST0DDABD DAYT0H
By Hour or Trip.
6. Ci Beokley, Jr.
. PHONE 188.
OUT FOR PRACTICE
PLAYERS LIMBER UP MUSCLES
ON LEAGUE GROUNDS
First Day's Work Proves Satisfactory
and Outlook Is Considered Promising.
Men Are Stiff But Will Soon Get Into
Shape Practice Game
Yesterday afternoon nt G o'clock,
the plaers called upon to train for
the groat game between Mike Filt
er's All-Americans and the pick ot
Hawaii's diamond heroes gathered on
tho lcaguo grounds for tho first prac
tice. About fifteen players turned
out, and until falling night made it
Impossible to continue practice, tho
men batted tho ball around tho field,
practiced fielding, and went through
a course ot general sprouts calcu
latcd to limber up tho muscles.
Though many of tho men aro very
Btalo, not having donned n gloo for
a car or more, n very good showing
was mado jestcrday afternoon, nnd
thoso In chnrgo feel very much on
couraged. "I find tho outlook most encourag
ing," said Captain and Manager Ed
win Fernandez last night.
"Of course, most of tho men nro
out ot form, but with tho prnctlco
that wo shall bo able to get in dur
ing tho next few weeks, I bcllevo
that wonders can be accomplished.
"Somo of the business men of this
city havo agreed to let out such em
ployes ns nro to play on tho team, at
4 o'clock every afternoon. I hopo
that others will follow suit, ns whero
men work late, It Is almost Impos
sible for them to get out onto tho
diamond and do any practicing that
amounts to much."
It Is probable that, on Saturday
afternoon next, there will bo n prac
tice game between tho Alt-Hawall-nns
and a local nine. An effort Is be
ing maile to arrange for a gamo with
a combination team, mado up of tho
best players of the Marino nnd En
gineer Corps nines. Such a gamo
wouldrlt Is believed, provo sufficient
Inducement to draw out tho fans,
and would also proc excellent prac
tice for tho players.
8 8 8
The Matlcs may play a gamo with
a picked eloven composed ot players
from all ot tho other teams in tho
Hawaiian Association Football
League. A mcctlng-of the cxecutlvo
committee ot tho Lcaguo will be hold
this afternoon at G o'clock In tho
rooms of tho Thlstlo Club, to discuss
If a decision to play Is reached, tho
gamo will probably tako placo noxt
Saturday attornooni unless tho
leaguo grounds are In use by tho All
Hawaiian buseball nlno. It is, believ
ed that such a game would draw out
the fans In large numbors, for tho
Mallcs mado a flno showing during
the series, and won tho championship
HIGH JINKS PLAYED
BY SWARTHMORE MEN
SWAKTIIMOR.C, Dec. 12. Not
since tho great victory over "I'onn"
in 1900 has tlio'llttlo Quaker college
been the scene for such enthusiasm
ns that manifested sluco tho decision
on football became known. Immedi
ately aftor this was loarncd tho groat
pllo of wood that tho freshmen had
been accumulating for some tlmo was
Ignited and tho reflection could be
seen over the countryside for miles.
(Nightshirt parades, freshmen
stunts, bpeeches from football men
and all' other antics peculiar to col
lege celebrations were Indulged lii
until long after midnight. Enthu
siasm ran so high that for a tlmo It
looked Us though tho celebration
would loso Its Jojous aspect.
"Ye Monks of tho lllack Cowl" and
tho "Hungry Devils," two rival eat
ing clubs, started their respective
songs In order to add to tho noise
and festivity of the evening. The
"Devils" had finished and the
"Monks" started tlielr chnnt. It is
Considered poor spirit to allow the
rival club to sing their song nnd tho
"Dovlls" rushed tho "Monks" with
tho avowed intention ot freaking up
tho harmony. T)ie fight lasted some
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