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BY V. L. STEVEirSOir,
EXCITING GAME OF FOOTBALL IS WON BY COIXECp'oFTIAWAn,
WHO SCORED 0 POINTS TO THEIR OPPONENT'S
WORTH SHOWS GOOD FORM.'
ir n tiiichv kIiivef hnd stenned
.. ., ..-, ,- .-- --
on to the Alexander Field on Satur-
day afternoon, Just as Henry Chll
llngworth was making Ills'" exciting
run down towards the College line,
the visitor would have cheered
I like mad.
The only thing that would have
convinced the Rugby man that It
was not the English game would
hnve been the absence of a pass by
Henry to" a racing companion who
would hnve continued the run.
There being no pass, the stranger
would have decided that It was some
other kind of football.,
"Klddo" Chllllngwortb. certainly
played thQ game of , tb.o day, al
though the run by Sing Hoon was a
dandy and aroused the rooters to
fresh efforts. t
I When tho Clilneseooutn orougni
off his kpectaculor run, the College
had got to within, a, fow yards ot
the School line, itenry unuung-i
worth cleared and the ball was put
In play on the thirty-five yard line.
Tho College man punted and Hen
ry Chlllingworth marked and sent
' back a beautiful return, which Sing
Hoon followed up, and when Mar-
IcnHlop. fumbled, jtheBchool man got
lea no fumbled, .the school man goi
Lyoand c'oVe-racltf, down the
held at a great rate. , ,
Rlna- Hoon wna downed when
within twenty-nve yards of the Col- the other., as' real I a, Riverside
lege line, and a place kick would league game fu Witch; the Aalaa de
have easily secured a goal. featedthe Kewalos by a score of 11
However, It appears that Sing to 6. t
Hoon was off-side at the time of the The least aahj about Ue, Marine
.College part, and he,- knowing that I J, A. C. game the better; (o " tell
Chlllingworth would , return the about It in' detail might corrupt
,punt, was ready to get underway some ot our younger players. The
with the ball and streak for the half wets lost by a score of 13 to 2.
lino. The standing of the teams in the
The referee ordered the ball back Oahu league Is as follows:
to where the first punt occurrtd, and J. A. C. , . 1.000
after that the School could not get C. A. C 333
tho sphere away from their end.
The first score was made after
twelve minutes of play, when after
soino exciting play the School got
the first down. As the ball was
worked, by a series ot short rushes,
down toward the College line the
School supporters went frantic with
Joy, and H-I-G-H 8-C-H-O-O-L was
spelled out and sung In a hundred
different keys by the yellers.
When the ball was In excellent
position for a drop for goal, every
body thought that would be the, sig
nal, but Captain Henry ordered a
skin tackle break, and Center, after
a cler pass from the captain, burst;
through the siuad and fell over the
line. Tho kick for goal was abor
tive. Score 5 to nil; Bchool leads.
The College did better after the
kick oft and lost no time In taking
the ball Into the enemy's territory.
Within the 35 yard line, there was
a fumble by the School backs and
Fraser, seeing his chance, took' the
uall and dashed for the line. Sing
Hoon flew after him but was a tri
fle late and the College got their
Marcalllno added the one point,
by kicking a neat goal, and the
score now stood 6 to C In favor of
Tho first half ended with the
School strongly invading the Col
Second Half. , . '
wnoji the game was resumed Hen
ry Chlllingworth? made a run again
worthy of acrack Rugby bait-back,
and carried the ball down the Acid1
halt way. He was downed and lost
the bill;. De Brettevlllle covered ten
yards when Short brought him down
in hulck order.
From that time on there was no
score, and the game ended 6 to 5 in
favor of the College, and with the
big fellows working down on the
Tho College was lucky to win, as
the touch by Fraser was more or
less of a fluke and, on the other
hand, the run of Sing Hoon was
worthy of another scoro. It was
hard luck that he was off side and
hud to be recalled.
Fine Lot of Rugby Men.
There Is n fine lot of Rugby mar
terlal to befseen in' the tWo tenmal
1 And It Is to be hoped that tho' local
- . I 1 ' t
football nlWters' get Into line with
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ne mainiana men sua go in lor ine.
We want Rugby teams .here so as
to keep In touch (no Joke Intended)
with the clubs which will very soon
be exchanging visits between Cali
fornia and her, sisters. New South
Wales, Queensland and New Zea-
Rugby wouldsult bur boys down
to the ground and, from what the
writer saw on 'Saturday, the local
players once thpywere shown the
game would dojremarkabty well.
Owing to being In a dentate tate
of health, the Dtf 1 1 e tl n man can-
nh undertake torplayttre-gmine once
more, but he Is. ready to glve'alt the
hints he cun and help lnany way
to get the game''golnr."riv'' '
Let ual set Into Hup ' with the
Mainland, and 'get wleUothe new
iiUti,y wnich Is at 'present 'being
piayej n the Coast. .
Oahu League '
Garnet Are Poor
Down at the 'Athletic Park yester-
. .. . , . .
V . ww 1. ganje. of, what
was called (baseball; one was 1-1
tween the Marine. auo J. A. C.a and
Kallhl 5 333
The Japs have won all three
matches played,-. and Uie'ather three
teams have all Joat one game each.
The Juniors played' in the morn-
Ing and put up .some good, games)'-,
the P. A. C. woovdfeated the itu'i
Hocks by a scoreof.6 to 4, did well,
but the socond game between the
C. A. C. Jr. and the Asahls was
easily won bjc the former nine by a
score of 7 to 0.1 ., '
There was a falrtteodance, and
some of the people did stay to see
the finish of I he Mafine-J. A. C.
The official scores of the two aft
ernoon games are'asjtollows:
12 3 M-V-WE
Runs 30030023 011
Base hits.. 2 2 0 2 1 0 0.3 010
1 2 3 1 S . 7 8 9
fliifia 1 it A A 4 4 ft A n tt
llase. bl'ts!!l 60 J.'l 0 0 6
two uase nua, , jioopiu, tiaraee,
M. R. Freltas, Plata:, sacrifice hits,
Chlllingworth, Mi'-R,' deltas; left
on bases, Aalas 7, Kewalos 7; first
base on errors, Aslis 6, Kewalos S;
double pay, Hardee to Butler to
Moses; hit by pitcher, Walker 2;
struck out, by Freltas 7, by Hardee
i wild pitch, Freltas; passed balls,
Joseph 1, Moses 1: balk, Freltas.
Umpire, McHenrr, Time, 1:35.
, JAPB. ,
Runs 2 0 S 0 0r4 0 2 013
llase hits. .1 1110 3 0 108
1"2S TOT'! 8 9
Runs 0 Otft 00 0 00 I 2
Base blts.,0 d 1 0,l 0,a 037
Three base hits, J.! Ross; two base
hits, Franco, AksnaVRoM, Rodlska,
Oaw 2, Coll; sacrifice hits, Walker,
Dreler; left on bajW; Japs 7, Ma
rines 12; flrst'base,6n error, Japs 3,
Marines C; hit by ' pitcher, Oaw;
struck out, by Olbspn.j, pi Helnes 2,
by Esplnda 7; bases on called balls,
off Gibson 1, oft Esplnda 3; wild
pitches, Gibson 6;.. Innings pitched,
by Gibson 6, by Helnes, 3; hits, off
Gibson 7, off Hclnes'H; charge de
feat to Gibson. ' Umpire, Mclienry.
Tlmo, 1:45. 1
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Ueesioffiee.'l Thesa iff the. talsphesie
numbsre.df tht SuMtlnioffletiamnun 1
Sloop and Wrens
Have Goqd Race
There was an exciting sailing
race on the harbor yesterday after
noon when the Pearl, Galloping
Mary and Dancing 8aliy had on ex
citing and close struggle over a
course arranged 1 to be as favorable
si possible for the sea wrens.
The race was won by the Pearl,
which beat the Oalloping Mary by
two minutes, and tho latter In turn
defeated the Dancing Bally by four
minutes. The winner was handled
by Will Lyle, and he did good 'work
In landing his craft first over the
The race was a very close one ns
regards distance between the boats,
for only a tow yards of water sep
arated the craft at times, and at the
finish It was a light puff of wind
that carried the winner over tho line
and left .he other boats behind.
The start was a good one and the
three boats crossed the line close to
Tba Alary took the
1 - ,wi i
short distance, but when
the brectzo livened up her skipper
made a mistake In holding 00 too
long before going about, and the
other boats rounded the buoy on
tho one tack, whilst the Mary had
to makex two legs of It.
I Running down before the wind.
the Peurl bed her own with the
, wrens, and af Jer the boats rounded
the black buoy off the lighthouse
the Me,ry began to gain. However
the Pearl was too far ahead and the
race ended as told above,
There was a second race In which
the Mary and Sally competed, and
the latter boat won very easily, The
greatest Interest was takep In the
races, and It was easy to see that the
small boat game is catchlns on with
the sailing men of the city.
On .Tuesday night there will be a
1 meeting of all those Interested Jn
the sport at the Lyje resldepce at
the corner of Reretanla and Rich
ard streets, and 'It will then be de
cided how to 'gel priiei and a sched
ule will also be arranged for regular
small boat races. ''
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( 1 o nay rooioau
Fall practice has begun for the
Harvard cre,w squad. Three crews
rowed upstream on the Charles In
short; easy 'stretches says an Ex
change. Considering the fact that it was
tho first time any of the men huve
rowed together 'since last June, the
work was not discouraging, although
by no means oversatlsfying. There
was anotlceable lack or control over
the slides, and an- equally apparent
Jerk .at the catch and roughness at
the fmleb, but these faults ought
esslly to be eradicated before the
end of the week. It is perfectly nat
urul In fact, It ia always expeected
that the first two or three duys
should not be up to the standard
reached at the end of the week, for
the men. are generally somewhat
stiff and slow until exercise limbers
tip their muscles.
A great disappointment met, me
crew squad tne Jirst aay wnen 11
learned of the defection ot the vet
eran L. withlngton, '10, who rowed
No. S In last year's boat but wno
has gone out for football. Since
he did not definitely signify his In-,
tentlon to go out for foojball until
such a late date, his action created
considerable surprise to all who fol
low both sports. It is hardly likely
that he will regain his seat in the
'varsity boat if be continues foot
ball.,. His absence at once raises the
question of another man qualified for
bis position. The most likely seems
to be Strong, a powerful man, who
rowed on last year's freshman crew.
At present, however, he is not in
the first boat, because he cannot
show the same form on the star
board as on the port Side. A tew
days' work In the second boat ought
to fit him for the 'varsity, It he
comes up to'expectatfohs, he will be
a good substitute tor Withlngton.
When he goes In the first boat, Met
calf, .captain of .lt,.yesr's ,fjesii
man crew, will move from No. C to
Whitney's place at ,No.. 3. '
The present order Ms as follows:
First crew Stroke, Cutler; 7,
Wald (canctatn): 6., Newton: C. Met-
calf; 4, Hacdn; 3, Whitney; 2, Les
lie; bow, Sargent; coxswoip, Voor
hees. Second crew Stroke, Forstett Hlg
glnson, Hooper, 8tropg, Walte, Ualch,
Loring, Bhllllto; covswaln, Kemp
ton. Third crew Stroke, O. Richard
son; Jowett, Eatofl.t Usan, Hoar,
Egar, Howell, Wiggins;' cpxswaln,
tt tt It
lu the Goldsmith's league the
Wulleles defeated the KukUls,by a
tcojB of 6 to,l, and the' C. A. C.a
bent the Seals 3 'to 2. The games
were plajed ut Aata Park and u
large crowd watched them.
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