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Tills nfti-riioon nt .3:30 o'clock olio
of the bust soccer football games ever
pla)i-d I" Honolulu will bo started.
The llcdford team of plavers will go
up ugalnst the Honolulu liunrli, ami
mere can ue no uouui 01 ...u i-...- ...
soccer mni is 10 uu seen.
The Prltlsh warship has a line soc
cer team on board, and when It Is re
membered that they won the Hong
kong sbleld twice, and now hau It In
j their possession, some Iden of whnt
I our local players will bu up ugalnst
this afternoon may bu gleaned.
The l.'edford boy lire n line lot of
players and Scholey, the famous goal
keeper, will be seen In action.
Owing to a cricket match hnxlng
been scheduled and then abandoned.
Hob Anderson and McUIII will prob-
, ably be frorcn out of the soccer game.
iTIie fact that tho soccer team was
picked on the understanding that somu
I of the regular players would be mi
gaged nt cricket, und unable to play
football, nnd then the cricket falling
through, has upset the team a little.
However, the local team Is U. K. and
the men lire going to put up n stlrr
light before the tnrs score that Is.
If they do nt all. Dob Chllllngwortb
will be goal-keeper for the home
team, and It will be a clever player
that shoots the ball past him through
James Flddes will act as umpire and
his decisions will, doubtless, give gen
crul satisfaction. Klddes W an old
player and knows the gnmc thorough
ly from A to Z.
The Hawaiian band will be In at
tendance, nnd now that Captain Her
ger has returned from the Coast some
of tho latest selections, will be ren
dered. A huge crowd Is expected to
travel out to the league grounds this
afternoon, and the side lines should bo
packed threo deep. No chargo will be
made at the gates, according to a
statement Issued by the president of
College Of Hawaii
Vs. High School
This afternoon tho Collego of Ha
waii and High School will go up
against one unother again, and u
good gnnio should eventuate, al
though tho College would appear to
have the best of the matter on pa
per. It will be remembered Hint the
first game was won by tho College
by a store of C to C after nn excit
ing game. The School team has
(.hanged a lot, and that lino young
nthlete, "Klddo" Chllllngworth, has
been rrrdered by his doctor to keep
out of the game for some time.
Johnny McCandlcss has resigned
his position as cnplaln, nnd Auatlli
White Is now In churge. White
will do his best with the available
material and will be sure to put up
n great light against the College this
n n st
On Alexander Field yesterday after
noon the Punnhou Preparatory foot
ball team defeated tho Central Gram
mar School bunch by n score of IC to
5. Up till tho end of tho first half
, tho game was a close and cxcltlnc
I one, nud tho spectators were kept in
jonq lung-drawn-out state of excite-
First ono sldo would gain a few
yards, and then the. other would re-i-ovoi
tho lost ground. , At the end of
the first half the scoro was K-G and
the game looked to bo nnybody's.
Then in tho second half the Puna
lious did things with both feet and
hands, and Bcored no less than eleven
points. Coney, Murray and Inmnu did
really good work for Punahou, and
mado long gains. Their piny was good
right through, and to them tho honors
of lctory belong.
For tho (Irammar School, Cummins
played n lino gnmo. nnd he was tho
j star of tho day, Tho Puuahous, by tho
I Ictory )ciday, becomo the cham
pions of the Junior Interscholastlc
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At the Athletic Park tomorrow
two good games of baseball will be
played, and thai between Hie Mil-.
rlnes rind J. A. Cs Is going to be a
hummer. Gibson and Snares will
fmni the baiter;) for rhc liulf-wets.
,n(, ,h w ,. ,le 1(,a ,, ,
the attacking III.-. I
Gibson Is In tne fettle and feels
like a fighting Lock, his work to
morrow will be watched with great
imeiest by everyone.
The second gnlue will be between
the C. A. C.s nnd tho Kullhls, and It,
ioo, should be a real good one. Tak
ing It nil around It would appeal
as if tli O.tliu League hnd taken n
hew lease of, llfi'j nnd that the play
Is going to be nij good from now on
ai It was In I 111- past, when the
huge ciowils used to go up In the
nlr at every hit that was made. !
Mcllenry will umpire the games
as usual, and he Is the real thing
when It comes to giving a decision
or settling a knotty point II shouiu
good ht the park tomonow,
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The Junior Interclub Indoor llaso
'jail League will start play tonight at
the Palama gymnasium. The Kallhls
and I'alamas will go' up against one
another, and the (game should be a
good one. All the players must bo
under 15 years of age, and Dr. Hand
will referee the game.
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The Honolulu Yachti Club held a
meeting last night and nil the matters
rcgaidlng the rca-nren race which Is
to take place tomoirow were gone Into.
Two types of bonis will salt In the
race, and there will be" prizes for the
first boat In each class to cross1 the
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Kddlo Fernando. gue an exhibition
of his Marathon II lm nt l)io Asahl the
nler last night, and a big crowd rolled
up to see tho manors once more speed
around tho tinck The pictures were
very clear nnd Kddle has certainly
made good In the moving pldture bust
ness. Uesldes the motion films there
Is a Jnpnneso drama of somo sort
that simply bents anything of Its kind
ever seen In this city, (let wlso boys
nud drop In early to tho Asahl the
ater so that you won't miss the com
edy or tragedy I don't know which It
Is before the .Marathon plctuio comes
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Tomorrow afternoon nt tho
League Grounds the Town and Ma
rine football teams will meet for
their much-tulkeil-of match. The
game will stmt lit 2:30 o'clock, and
It Is hoped that the iledford men
will roll up and see u game of
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St. Louis, Oct. 24. President Itob
ert L, Hedges of tho St. Louis Atueil
can llascbnll Club announces that he
bus appointed Jack O Connor manngerlthe Pall In great shape,
of the Ilrowu to succeed James It. Mc
Alecr, Hedges' selection met with uni
versal approbation here, as O'Connor
Is n St. I.ouls boy,
Ily tho l.urllne the von Hamm
Youiig Company received u I'ackard
30 H. I. Touring car.
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Three iBouts On
Down nt the Ilellly trntnlng quar
ters there wax u film gathering of
sports estcrdny afternoon, nnd, nl
thoimh Clinrllc dlil not put tlio
gloves on with anbod, he dIH, the
lcRiilur stunts such as shadow spar
ring, shipping rope exercises and
Moinach contortion net.
The popular, lightweight Is look-
Inir well nnw. nnd In n few ihlVM
I"111 uri sparring wun snrcoui, nun
l Ming enough for anything. Prof.
Holier! ltnss Is keeping o wary eve
on Ilellly and takes care that every
muscle In the lad's body Is made to
Jo Its share of work.
The more one thinks of the Inst
meeting oeiween cunen iinu.iieiiiy,
the more It appears that If Charlie's
eye had not been closed, thnt terri
ble punch on the J.(w would not
have been landed by Cullen, nnd
then there Is no saying how the
bout would have gone.
It sure Is going to be another fine
contest on Thunksgivlng Kvc, and
It will give the fans nn appetite for
Urn tiirl.-iiv fllmipt n.vt itnv.
Snrconl, who Is to box Sam Hop
In one of the preliminaries to the
main event, la quite recovered from
the damaged rib which he sustained
some weeks ago. He nnd the well
known Chinese boxer should put
up a good show, ami when It Is re
membered what sort of a fight the
two had nt the Alohn Park when
the licet was here, there can be no
doubt but what the next scrap will
be u good one.
Scully has also arranged for Klch-
oriU and Coylo to meet again
this time over a six-round course.
These two men mixed things In
gieut htjle a few weeks ago when
they put up the piellmlnary d the
first Cullcn-ltellly affair.
Coyle is In better condition now,
and his wind will not trouble him
so much us It did lust time. The
two Marines should put up a good
bout, and as the distance Is longer
this time than last, a decision will
probably be urrlved ut.
Dick Cullen feels quite at home
at the Orpheum, und Is putting In
great licks In his training stunts.
Yesterday afternoon Joe Verne, the
comedian, put the groT-onwlth
Cullen. and for four ruundu wis
Kept busy as the proverbial bee. '
Dick also did the usual stunts and I
wound up by looking as fresh as
when he slnrted. '
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Local and Coast
Manager Dodge of the von llamm-
Young garage had an exciting time
tho other evening. Just about llvo
o'clock a telephone call reached him
Irom Kuueohe und, on grabbing Jhe
phone he was Informed that u party
of two who had gone down to Kane
ohe were stalled by their engine go
ing back on them.
Dodge Jumped Into n Stoddard
Dnytou, 18 II. P., machine and went
off to the rescue. It was good go
ing until the Pali was reached and
thero tho rain came down In tor
rents and the road became n sea of
Hosvcver, tho stalled car' was
leached und after llxlng chains on
the wheels u stint was made for
town again. The little cur Dodge
was driving behaved wonderfully
! well, and dragged Its heavy load up
The breaks were out of order ou
the dead machine und coming down
tho town side of the Pall, It was u
hard Job to keep the "stiff one" from
running on top of the towing car.
However, llodgo lushed his cur to
the back of the disabled machine
and pushed It ahead of him down
the I'all road to town. The whole
trip from the garage to Kaneohe
und back done In two hours.
Tho Schumau garage during the
week delivered an K. M. V, 30 touring
car to Mr. Coney of l.lhue, Kauai
These K. M. K.'s aro becoming ery
popular every whore und there U u
great run ou them.
II. Kocko has ordered a five-seated
Iocomobel machine through tho Schu
mau garage, und It Is due to arrive
on the Siberia Nov. 15. A seven-passenger
Mitchell car will also reach
Honolulu In the near futuro, und it
will bo looked over with groat Interest
ns up till now tho only Mitchells seen
ll this city huvii been runabouts,
The Associated Oarage Is a scene of
activity nowadays, und Munuger Odell
Is kept very busy attending to the
many orders that float In. The rush
on the Hudson Twenty has started In
earnest and, ulthough the car has not
yet been seen In Honolulu, many en
quiries are being mado about It. Thu
demonstrating machine will arrive
booh and then Odell Is going out after
somu records that will be broken sure
Ihy tht-beautlful low-priced cur.
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