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RWIMINO BOLliBTIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY, JAN. 28, 19io.
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BY Y. I. STEVENSON. "
All Schools Soccer
Football Is Good
Yesterday afternoon, at the M. A.
A. grounds, the Kamehamehas de
feated the High School In the first
of the Intercollegiate soccer series.
The score of 2 to 0 shows what kind
of a struggle It must have been.
There wnB a fair-sized crowd pres
ent at the game, and the rooters did
some tall rooting. The weather was
nil that could be desired, and the
cool snap In the air made the1 game
worth playing. As the High School
was shy a man, Henry Chilling
worth had to do two tnen'B work,
and well he tried to fill the job.
The Kama scored In each half of
the game, and Awal and Kamatoplll
were the men who did the trick. To
ward the end of the first half, the
Highs tried very hard to'Bcore, and
the Kams were on the defense all
the time. The Kams very nearly
scored several times, but the fates
were against them and they could
not manage to do the trick.
In the second half the game was
very even for a while, and the High
School, playing against the wind,
had a hard' time of It. Then the
Kams forced the game, and Rice,
who was keeping goal, had to do
some strenuous stunts tb prevent
any feforlng being done. However,
Kamaioplll took a fine pass and
flopped tho ball through the, posts,
The game ended shortly after
wards, and no further scoring was
done by either side. The class- of
play, whllo not quite up to the form
shown by the Mallcg and rest of the
big league teams, was fairly good,
and the work of Rice, Chllllngworth J
and Ral was excellent.
Alllolanl College Is expected to
put a soccer team In the field this
season, and as they asked for and
weie granted the privilege of play
ing two graduates on their team, It
is pretty sure that they will, take a
hand In the series.
The Kams and High School nre
trying to arrange matters so that
they can have another game on 'Sat
urday, next, and If the Malev an,4
Puns will start their 'gnme1' at two
o'clock, the school bo a wilt be able
to play their match after the big one
Is finished. It Is to be hoped that
things will be arranged' that way,
as two good games of soccer would
be much enjpyed by the spectators
wiio are sure to roll up to tne league
groundr on Saturday afternoon.
The lineups of both school teams
for yesterday were as follows:
Kamehamehas Kekuewa, g.; Ka
lal, tt,', 1 1 ii88oy, if.; Pau, rh.; Mc
(lovern, ch.; Wilcox, In.: Hal (tap
tain), or.; Awal, lr.; Kamaioplll,
cf.; Mlllkaa, II.; Noah, ol.
High School Rice, g.; II. Chll
llngworth, rf., If.; Ilarnlmrt, rh.;
Murks, ch.; Rosa, lh.; Aylctt, or.;
Sing Hoon, lr.; Mousarrat, cf,; Car
ter, II.; Dyer, ol. '
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Y. M. C. A. CHESS
Up to date twenty-nlno games
have been played In the Y. M. C. A.
cheBs tournament, and White, who
has won all seven games that he
ImB played ( Is In the lead. Med
calf and Whitney come next, with
three wins and oni loss each.
The rest of the bunch have not
done so well, and with the exception
of Anderson, who has won three and
lost two games, and Ingalli, who
has won two and lo.n one, the; uru
all In the minus class. White Is
playing In great form, and he looks
a certainty for tho championship.
The tournament must be comple
ted by the end of this month, and
some c-f the plajers will have to bus
tle up a bit In order to get through
In time. The games won and lost
by all the contestants In the tour
nament are as follows:
White .., .... 7
Ingalla .,...,... 2
UesBar . ..
. KBUHPIO VISITS ,WAtt-UKU.
(Special to Tho I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n.)
W1I.UKU. Maul, Jan. 22. Rev, and
Mrs. L. D. Kclllplo, pastor of tho Wol
nlua Protestant Church, Is In Wnlluku " n"nu nnu myrtles nre eo
for ( few wcekB. Mrs. Kelllplo Is a lnE strong In the rowing line, and
Walluku daughter. Mr. Kelllplo occu-lit would appear that the art of
pled the pulpit of tho Walkupu native 'sculling Is being boomed by all the
church Inst Sunday and he will preach uldtlme men who used to put up
at Knaumanu Church In Walluku to- UCh excellent races on the harbor
morrow tnornlug In tho absenco of Its bome .var8 ug(1
pastor, Hev. U D. Kaumeholwa, who i '
was uiuong the C. 11 delegates lo Hon-! , ,, ,, .,,,., . .
olulu this week. Mr. Kelllplo Is a ' T,,e " niul 1'u.mhous meet on
lliient and fascinating speaker and bus "le 80Ccer m "t Salurduy after
alrendy charmod his lieurera. noon, and the gume, which will do-
ULLETIN ADS PAY '
, Roosevelt Referee
Jack Johnmn wired the editor of
the New York American to the ef
fect that If Theodore Roosevelt
would cdnsent to referee the big
fight between Jeffrlra and himself,
everything would -.be all to the
The following ielegram was de
spatched' by the negro to tho before
mentioned paper: i
"Iloston, Jan. 16.
"Editor New York American.
Sir: Former President Roosevelt
ought to be a good authority. He
has been boxing himself and should
know the merits of .both men. He
has studied both men carefully and
I think he should make a good ref
eree, being our nation's chief lead
er, and a great leader was he.
"I am satisfied It the club wtmld
choose him as referee It would satisfy
me to a queen's taste. He Is cool
and collected and lio one can rattle
him and get hi l goat like they would
a lot of fellows who have their names
down as referees. Your champion,''
"(Signed) JACK JOHNSON."
Of course, there Is no chance of
the ex-President doing anything of
the kind, but If Roosevelt Is In the
U. 8. A. on July fourth next, there
Is not much doubt about his being
somewhere around the ringside when
the two big fellows shape up to ono
u not her.
KENNEL CLUB HOLD v
This evening the Kennel Club
will hold lis annual meeting and
the members will nil meet at Tom
Sharp's Ddlce on Hotel Btreet. All
those Interested In canines of any
breed had better turn up. as some
lrnportunt matters In connection
with the coming show are to be dis
cussed. Mr. I.lttlqjohn fs working hard
foMhe success of the exhibition, and
be Is. determined" that the show"thU
year will be better 1han any previous
Many owners of dogs are becom
ing Interested In the show; and the
entry list promises to be long In
every class. There are some fine
collies and fox terriers In this city,
and lliey will be well represented at
the March show, ,
Most of the members are expected
to agree tonight on the point that It
would be better for the chicken and
dog fanciers lo have n combined
show each year than to havo Inde
pendent exhibitions. Tho meeting
tonight will bo called to order ut
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KETCHEL MAY NOT
Stanley Ketchel seems lo have given
up all Idea at present of taking the
much-talked ol trip' to Spain. Accord
ing to Coast flics, ho Is matched to
box one "f the following three pugs
Tony Cuponl, Hiiro Kelly or Frank
Klaus at the Memphis Athletic Club
Tommy H y the club's matchmak
er, has favorably Impressed Ketchel.
and ho wishes lo fight under his man
agement. Tho Memphis club Is going
Into tho fight game In stylo, and has
already fixed up a number of good con
tests between some of the star boxers.
Ketchel still seems to be keeping
away from Hilly Papke and tho latter
gentle pug Is reiorted to be simply
brokenhearted at the thought that he
cannot get a chanco to annex tho mid
dleweight clinmplonshlp, and there
doos not.seem to be much doubt In his
supporters' minds that he can whip
Stanley any old lime now.
Bill Lang and Tommy Durns aro also
anxiously awaiting the arrival of
Ketchel In Australia, but It would
seem as If they aro doomed to disap
pointment, it a a'
Frank MayfUld, a well-known and
clever middleweight, blew In from
the Coast the other day. He and
Dick Sullivan are good friends, and
they have also met In the squared
clrcje. ,Mayl1eld heard such good
accounts of Honolulu from Charlie
Rellly '& Co. that he decided to come
down and see for himself what kind
of a place Hawaii Is. So far, the
nia'il from tho mainland Is delighted
with Honolulu, and he Is taking In
all the sights of the city.
The Henlnnls and Myrtles are EO-
Jclde (ho championship of the series,
pioimsca to ue a reauy gooitione,
On March 20
Now that tho Haleiwa Marathon
race In being taken up by a live bunch
of sports, the prospect of tho big race
coming off on March 20 seems very
bright.' The meeting which Is to be
held on Thursday night at C. F. Chll
llngworth's office, will start the ball
roiling, and then It, will, be simply a
matter of getting entries and prltes
for tho event,
A. K. Vlerra, who la a hustler from
away back, will do his usual Blunt,
and can be depended on to boom the
special train iillt for all he Is worth.
Tho excursion part of last year'B race
wai a prominent feature. an the trip
which was a most enjoyable one, was
patronized by some tour hundred peo
ple. Then a big bunch went down lo
Haleiwa In automobiles, and motor
cycles and lira of all Rorts were In
evidence along tho road. The party
had a good time at the pretty hotel
and the Watalui band did Its best to
keop everybody In good humor. It Is
(o be hoped that the. same crowd titrnr
out on March 20 ns did last ) oar. and
that the men who Intend taking part
In the race start straining at once;
the run Is a long ono and very Irylng
on a man. No half-trained runner
can hope to finish the distance and
besides that, any such man would iln
hlmrelf groat Injury by overtaxing his
I-et all the runners get together and
enter for the race, and tl)en a special
irain win Do Banged for and one
long good dsy's sport will cventuato
Marathon Jackson Is on tho ar
path and Is hustling around to see
who Is going In for the race. Soveral
prlica have already been offered and
the som6 officials who helped so much
last oar. are being seen and asked to
take part In the managing of tho Mar
athon, ARMY AND.NAVY
The Marine Corps Report.
Aiajor-ueneral O. F. Elliott, com
mandant U. S. Marine Corps, reports
that the personnel of the corps Is be
ing strained to Its utmost, so that
an Increase of the force Is needed.
Remedial action1 Is requited without
delay' lr the discipline and efflclericy
of the corps are to be maintained.
New barracks are wanted to replsco
those now worn out and obsolete.
For these. 210,000 was appropriated
last )ear, and the department has
approved the request for $302,000 for
nexi year. At Mare island about
sixty por cent, of the men live In
tents, the barracks having been In
jured In the eart quake and con
demned. New officers' quarters ore
also needed there. The rifles of tho
corps require renewal, and the nrmy
rifle should be provided for the snke
of uniformity, ns well as efficiency.
Barracks nre required nt Ports
mouth, N. 11., to accommodate the
Increased force necessitated by the
building ft the military prison there.
The army buildings nt (Juantanamo
nre to be turned over to the ma
rines. The laundries at Philadelphia
and Norfolk are a success, und every
large post should have one. Toilet
kits are to be furnished gratuitously
to recruits. flood, reports are re
ceived from marines nt Peking, lu
the Philippines, Cuba and Panama.
Good conduct medals have been Is
sued to 2S2 enlisted men, and ulno-ty-seven
good conduct bars, and to
officers forty-one campaign badges
and bars for Civil War, 424 ror
Spanish War, 200 for China and &91
for the Philippine campaign.
The ration Is Improved and con
tinues to be, but a school for cooks
Is needed. It Is again recommended
that the law be changed, so that the
moral examination "for officers pre
cede the physical. A transport
should be provided for the exclusive
use .of the marines. There should
be a central clearing bouse for finger-print
,cards. '4dlllonal ranges
I for target pruct Ware' needed.
Enlisted men of the Marine Corps
should be eligible to appointment us
mall carriers. Prison guards should
be In addition to the number of en
listed men allowed by law. Recruit
ing haa not been as successful ns It
was last year, and the corps Is 43V
men short. Salaries of civil emploes
should' he Increased. The Increased
work of the stall departments lias
been moat efficiently discharged.
Nine retired officers have been on
Barry Favors Waianac 'Water,
.BAN FRANCISCO, Jan. H. Mai
den. Thomas II. Harry, commanding
this department, returned yesterday
on tho Siberia from Honolulu, where
he has beon Inspecting the various
post of Hawaii. Accompanjlnghlm
were Waller I.. Flnley, chief of
staff; Col. John Riddle, chief engi
neer, mid Capt, Fiank Ferguson, aid,
nil of whom huye returned with the
general excepting Colonel Illddlu,
I who will arrive on tho next liner
j The work of building and fortify
ing posts In Hawaii hits been unions
the leading activities , of the,, gov
ernment for' the past two years, and
"With Her Card"
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It was toward, the Inspection of
ground, mainly, .In view of further
expansion that (lenernl llarrj has
made this most recent trip. Ills
principal mission consisted 'in n
thorough research of that largo gov
ernment reservation on which Scho
fleld Ilarrncks Is located, and which
Involves nbciut 18,000 ncres. At
present MiU post Is occupied by the
Fifth Cnvilry, In command of Col.
Walter 8. Setiulcr, but Is designed
ultimately, to' be a brigade post, and
will include, besides the three-main
arms )f cavalry. Infantry and ar
tillery, companies of engineers und
Schofield Uarrncks, at present, Is
of a temporary nature, though many
of the buildings nre to be pnrmii-'
pent and are built with the pitrixisa
of availability to an expansion. The
question of the day concerns the di
rection of the expansion, and to thin
doneral Harry gave his especial at
tention. He said jesterday: "Tho
exact location of the new post Is de
pendent upon the water supply, und
though there Is un adequate amount
In the mountain range of Koolau, we
j are reasonably sure that water ulso
'exists In the Wnlanae range, but
,that Is a question yet to he proved
satisfactorily. Personally, I am In
i favor of probing the water supply of
,Walanae, and It will only cost about
15000 to do this. While I was not
able to come to a definite conclusion
regarding the water beforo I left, It
seems almost a certainty, nnd for
that reason Colonel Riddle has re
mained to complete the Investiga
tion and will report to me upon his
nrrhal on the next steamer."
When nsked why the preference
should be given to Walauue when
water was known to ho In Koolau,
(lencral Harry said: "The location
Is somewhat more favorable for the
new post on account of tho rise of
ground Just nt that point and the
general contour of the land fpr a
maneuvering ground, otherwise tho
reservation presents equally ttno nil
antages." The Inspection of nil other posts
and military matters proed satis
factory to General Harry, who said
that eorythlng was In good condi
tion, with a Kutlsfnctory progressive
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