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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, NOV. IB, 1909.
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Home Soccer Men
On Saturday afternoon at the Lea
gue grounds, one or tno oesi soccer
gumeg wore Been In Honolulu ns
lilnyeil between the Town team mid
thu Hertford boy.
Tlic game resulted In u win for tlie
Sailors by ii ttore of 2 goals to nil
hikI the play of both (tides was ex
There was not tho slightest sign of
anything but clean soccer unci the
laige gathering or fans w.is dellRhted
with the exhibition put up by the ex
ponents of the game.
The famous Scholey ktpt goal for
the men-of-war team and, r.ithough he
had a ery eiiBy time of It on tho two
occasions on which he hud nni'.lhing
to do, he showed that as r. guul koopei
he Is there with the godti.
Uol) Chllllngworth wan good also as
keep for' hlg side, and the two goals
which the Uedford got both kicked by
Fitzgerald did not hurt Bob's reputa
tion as u goalkeeper.
The first score was made by such a
good kick, after Fitzgerald had' run
down right onto tho Roal, that Dob
had no chance of stopping, the score
The Bedford full back had an east
time of, It nnd only a couple of timet
was he called on to defend
Tho first half ended with the He I
ford boys In tho lead, one goal to no
thing. The high wind played all sort.
of tricks with the ball whenever It
was kicked high, and It was difficult
for tho Iledford men to make head
Pyro and Fltrgerald did lino work
for tho visitors, and It was mainly
though.-thelr-efforts--that the ball was
kept In the Honolulu territory.
Bradshaw and Knight ulso did well
and showed themselves to be fleet of
For the home team Walker played
n great game and. although tho used
his hands a couple of times, It was
only to protect his face. Ills panting
and hond work was really good and
he, Andrews, Dwlght and Center wero
the mainstay of the team.
The second half saw the Iiedfords
pluyliig with the wind nnd they soon
hud the ball In tho home team's conn
try. The second goal was tho result of u
good bit of play by Fitzgerald, and
he shot the ball through the mis(s at
n different angle.
Dob did his best to save, but ha
shipped at thu critical moment and the
whistle signified a scoro was made.
Tho Honolulu men did much better
towards the finish or the game and
got the ball down towards the Iled
ford lino several times. Scholey, how1
over, was too good, and no scoro
could he made..
James Piddles umpired the game In
good style, and Hannah and Parish
took caro of the lines.
The afternoon was quite cold and
to spectators were shivering as If n
real winter had struck Hawaii. The
players, however, were warm enough
end In oery way the game was en
Tho Dedford team is a strong ono
nnd they show good combination. Tho
homo team has good Individual play
ers, hut lack combination. Too much
single handed play was attempted, and
to consequence was that our slda could
not score a point. Tho lineup of both
H. M. 8, Iledford Scholey. ?.;
IlradBhnw, rf.; Knight, If,; Watson,
Hi.; O'Neill, ch.j Uobb., la., Pyne, or
Tiison, lr,: Smith, cf.; Patej, II.; Fits
gorald'ol. Honolulu lloli Chllllngworlh, g.; T,
,V. P. Grey, rf. J. Clarke, If.; J, Ma-
cnuiuy, rn.; uatiii center, ch.; J. D,
Walker, lh.; fJcoige Dwlbht, or.; Har
ty Dalloy, lr.; Kllsha Andicws, cf.; J.
Macanluy, il.; Fretl Dallcy, ol.
8 1 8
Tho small IimI ealllnc race which
come off yestculay In tho harbor was
won by Prlncd Cupid, who woti by u
very narrow ir.argln from the Koloa,
which was sailed by a newspaper man.
Tho second race was win cosily by
tho Dancing Er.ljy, which was well
handled by St'ine, Tho Pajionso, which
was sailed .by !,uther i!it;h. made u
mistake In the course anl was deput
ed by a big irutgln.
8 8 8
Tho Sunlights went down In defeat
toMho Seals by a score of 6 to S yes
terday, and In doing so thu Seals time
tied with tho C. A.A, for first place
In the Goldsmith's U-ague, Tho two
teams will play oil iho llo alter tho
recond series Is Mulshed.
Inter-talsAd.and O. IL, A,Ui.shlDM
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Good Games At
thlctic P Ark "al spr,'nB mon ani ns D'clc cuiieu
knows everybody from Brisbane to
There wero two line games of b.M.'?"h Ji 'S'S.'"'? Wc"
ball at tho Athletic Park yesterday,!
and In the first the C. A. C. defeated
the Kallhls by a score of 3 to o. I
The second game, between the J. A.
a ar ra svss
one run; ticore 3 tojz, Iheru was a
fine gathering of lulls and the Park
giaudiitand looked something like the
League grounds usid to do a long
In the J. A.C.-Mar!
ne game, tho for-
mei team walked off the field and re
I fused to play for some time. Umpire
McHcnry, by calling Peyton safe at
second, caused the tumble. The Jap
anese nine thought the man out and,
In protest, walked off the diamond.
The fans, howewr, told the J. A.
Cs. to get In and win anyhow, and
the gamu was resumed.
Ksplnda pitched a good game for the
J. A, Cs und he was caught by Hoopll
who also did good work. Gibson and
Snares formed the battery for the
Marines nnd they-did real good work
during the afternoon.
For the C. A. Cs. Allan did the twirl'
Ing nnd Ah Toon took the place of Chi
.mi. vwu, nuu iu my on owing 10 an
accident. Frcltas and Moses attacked
or Kallhl, and did' fairly well. Tho
ervlces of Clark would hae made a
big difference to the Kallhls if only
die Kallhls could hae got him to play.
Tho official scores of both games
c. a. a
ItllllB Q I II 1 II (I 1 II II 3
11. H. ., 0 2 0 10 0 11 05
12 3 4 5 0 7 8!)
Huns 0 0 0 0 0 0 II 0 II 0
D. H 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 2 C
Two-base hit, KnHue; three-base hit,
17n Sue; left on bases, C, A. C. 8, Ka
llhls 8; hit by pitcher, Akana; baso on
called balls, by Apau 2, Freltas 2;
struck out, by Apau 8, Freltas 10; wild
pitch, Freltas 2; passed balls. Ah Toon
1, Moses 2; umpire, Mcllenry; scorer,
N, Jackson; time of thu game, 1 hour
1 2 3 4 5 ft 7
Runs 0 1 0 1 0 (I 0
11, II 110 10 0 1
J. A. C.
12 3 4 5 0 7
ItllllB 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
D. II 1 0 12 0 0 0 0 4
Three-base lilts Gibson; .two-base
hits, Kahiiawluul; sacrlflo lilts. Hoopll,
Hayes; left on bates, J, A. C. 3, Ma
rines 5; first base on error, J, A. C. 4,
Murine 2; double plays, I&iplndu-Frah-co
to ilrlto; hits by pitcher, Peyton;
struck out by Ksplndo 10, Glliion 9;
bases on called bulls, off Ksplnda 0
Gibson 0;.wlld pitch. Gibson 1: passed
balls, Hoopll 2, Soares 2; umpire, Mc
llenry; scorer, N. Jackson; time of
gaite, 1 hour 33 minutes. Attendance
8 8 8
College of Hawaii
Beat High School!
By defeutliiU' tho High School by a
core or 10 to 0, the College of Hawaii
put the nor' r.i their prowess in the
Th'o men from thu Col I. go were sim
ply too strong lor the 8ch" ! and they
did pretty woll as they llko-1 at times.
The School twko camu near Bcorlng
but failed nt't'ie critical moment.
The Highs mado the great mistake
of tackling high all tho time, they will
never no mucl. good until t.iey master
tho art of ginhblng low. The Collego
tackled low every tlmo nnd It was
plain to sea tint they, had tho School
going soon ulier tho statt of tho
Marcalllnu, Fiuzler and C urk played
great gamer, while Austin White also
did lino work.
Tho College would have mado moro
points only that the wind Interfered
with them at a time they looked like
adding more to their score-. There
was a fair sliced crowd present, nnd
tho side lines were crowded. The cold
breeze which blew across tho field
mudo people shiver and wish they had
8 8 8
Reilly and Cullen ,
Itellly and Cullen ure both hurd at
work in preparation for their boxing
match on November' 24. --Churlle Is
(ix-IIuk really good- this tjme (and
MilnkH ho-can wliMiindor'the' clean
ltfr'tinfireuk rule, i .-
I Dick Cultcn Is working out nt (lis
Orpheum and there is alwajs n crowd
'of sports at tho old theater to watch
him go through his stunts.
Doth Cullen and Rellly are thinking
of going down to Australia for a trip
after the coming contest Is pan, Cul
len spent two years In tho Antipodes
and knows the country well. He boxed
all over tho Commonwealth and made
a good Impression there.
Charlie Rellly would surely make a
hit down under as he is a decent lad
and Is well liked by everyone. If hi
goes to Australia he will be given let-
turn nf Intmiliiptlnn in anvtrnl InAtipti.
ill tut? iuiiu ui 'itiv ouiuiivill Ifiuan,
There are boxing contests,nearly ev
ery Saturday night In Sydney and Mel
bourne, and tho game Ittmrlnhes In
-!!El Ss "5
great shapu In both cities. Rellly
some good matches soon after his ar
rival iu Sydney, and then he could do
the grand circuit and box his way
around tho globe, a la Dick Cullen,
Hnweter, the match of November 24
Interests reople here more thany any
other future affair and, from present
Indications, the "go" is going to be a
real good one and one that will' stir
the fans up In the same way as the
previous meeting' of the lightweight
V 8 8 8
Town Team Wins
Out, at the League grounds yester
day afternoon the Town team took a
brace, and after a fine game of foot
ball defeated the Marine aggregation
by n score of 6 to 0.
The only' Bcore made was when
Ellshu Andraws took the ball from a
blocked kick nnd simply Hew over thu
line before a Marine could get' near
him, Andrews certainly played a tint)
game right through the afternoon; he
Is fast nnd a very heady player. Time
and time again he would follow up a
kick so .fast that the opiioslng back
would not have time to mark before
Kllsha would be on top of him.
After Andrews scored, Sumner
kicked an easy goal and then the town
fans went up In the air for Ave min
utes or so, ,
The Marines did not play as good) a
game us they did a couple of weeks
ago and they did not seem able to
make much headway. They tried the
forward pass several times but no good
came of It.
Desha plae a star game and his
kicking was a feature of the game.
He Is Iho real thing on a football field
nnd showed yesterday whut class he
8am Johnson acted as field Judge
nnd ho did good work right through,
He had the unpleasant duty to jierform
of ordering ono of the players, Nelson,
iff the Held. Lieutenant Boweu acted
ps refercs; Ben Clurk, umpire; W, T.
Rawlins und Will Dixon, timers
Another game will be played on
Thanksgiving Day and It should be as
good, If not better, than that of es
terday. 8 8 8
There will be a race next Sunday at
Wnlpahu belr.cen llernlco and Mule
Moore und It it Intended to have four
other events as well.
-According to Jockey Ferrilra, thu
owner of Adieu has been attacked hv
jcold feet and knows no signs of put
ting up any money for a match race.
The Moana Hotel employes jester
day afternoon defeated the I.. Avail
Shoe Company by a scoro of 9 to 2,
after an exciting game of bnieball.
At the Palaiaa gymnasium the home
baseball team dimply romped over the
Kallhls in an .t.door gaino which ver
playod on Saturday night. The scoro
was 32 to 9.
Ten thousand dollars was raised
ut the receut Tag Day held In Phil
adelphia by the Playground Associa
tions, Tags of different colors
were Issued. Kach tag represented
a certain contribution. The school
children were not allowed to serve
ak solicitors. Mayor Reyburn has
leconuneniled an appropriation of
125,000 (or a gfield house on one of
the puik piny grounds. A special
committee uppolnted by the city
council is making a careful study ot
tho playground needs ot the city.
The good work that has been accom
plished by Camden's school play
grounds during the summer was dem
onstrated on September 3d, when fully
1000 children from all parts of the city
participated In a program of games,
drills, and shirts at Pyno Point Park.
This Is tho tlrst year Camden has
made an appropriation for playgrouuds,
and thu success of the scheme Is u sub
ject of gratification to tho Playground
CommlbLloners, Philadelphia Ilecord,
September 4, IB0S.
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