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FORT SHAFTER .
CLOSE AND EXCITING GAME
WAS PLAYED LAST NIGHT
Bin Crowd Watches Team at Work
Students Win by One Goal
Chilton Plays a Good Game
Woodruff Also on Job.
There wns u great game ot bnskct
bnll at tho V, M C. A. gymnasium
last night and when the finish cinnc,
It was found that tho home team hud
defcacd tho Fort Charter bunch by
one coal. Tho students led at tho end
of tho II ret half, by a scoro of 15 to
13, but in tho second Imlf tho Kort
Shatters evened things up by making
13 while their opponents udded 11.
Then Stewart nmdo another" gool'fqr
the Y. M. C. A. and tho game was
puu. " " "
There was a big crowd of rooterH
all around tho gymnasium, and the
applause- was long and loud. The
greatest' Interest was 'taTiun'"Tn ' tho
match and It wag so closo a struggle
that everybody was satisfied
Lieutenant Chilton and Corporal
Woodruff ptajed star games and tho
former especially did some excellent
work; ha scored most of tho goals for
hla side,. and. wis very active. Wood-
.ruff also plajed up In great, fonn and
In the last half he and Chilton
For tho jY. M. C. A. Nott, nt center,
played well and he worked hard to
assist In the victory of Ills team.
Scwart and Marcalllno bucked Null
up strongly and llonan and Hooper
kept their end up In styjo. "
Thore will bo three games In ail
between tho Shatters and the Y. M.
C. A. and tho second ono will bo
played at Fort Shatter on Wednesday,
August 3. Should tho Shatters wlu
the second game, tho third will be.
played on soma neutral court, whero
both teams would bo on an even foot
Daskctball Ib catching on every
where and tbo oxorclse Is about as
good as any that can bi obtained In
ah encioMil building. The Marines
ujTe said tq be thinking of having a
go at tho. Shatters and t. M. u. A,
teams and a triangular series would
bo a good thing to start.
The Bhaftoru Iiuyo u strong team
and wltb a, little mora practice should
bo able tq about defeat any team In
town. iTIib'V. M. C. A. fellows udmlt-
ted last' nlnht that tho soldiers had
given thein a great go for tho honors
and thai the next gumo at Port Bliaf-
ler would be a dandy one.
-, '.'... ... . . . ... ...
Oeorge DWlght took Marcalllnd's
place in (be eccond half of the game
last night, and tho well known foot-
baljer did Very well as u forward. Tho
lineups of, both, teams woro us fol-
lows; Y. M. C. A. Stewart and Mar-
calllqo, ojwarda; Nott, center; Hon-
an and'" iloope'r, 'guards. Fort Sliaf-
tetv-McCall and Chilton, forwards; Details of the Play.
Fulton, enlr; lemn and Woodruff, The Sydneyltcs learned Immedl
guards. ", 'u 'aley the hull "was kicked 'off that
CALIF0RNIAN5 PLAY GREAT
There were abou
iresent at tho
'hound when H) tinny
mi to tho Held nt 1
to p. tn When
the students from Ai
ippcaiuiuc a might)'
lerlcu put In an
cheer went up.
to tho accompaniment of "The Star
Spangled llunner," plajed by the
State Military Hand. Tho vlsltois
gavo vent to their Inspiriting war
cry, receiving at Ita conclusion a
xplendld ovation fi6m the specta
tont.'snvs the Sydney'iSiin of June 19.
Tho visitors aro a stalwart lot,
and thcliv gieat weight enabled them
to push, the home collegians In tho
scrum. On boveral occasion the
Hide and Gold got nun Ink prettily,
but tho "new" men ut the game
tackled, man for man, magnificently,
checking overy attempt at tho -6yd-ncyltOH
to el of i. the line.
On (hanging ends the American!)
put more vim Into their work, but
their pnwlug was nut ho quick an
w'lieii the visiting (ram made an
opening by forward work they time
tfter time nullified "the likelihood of
scoring by kicking too hard, In
jte.ul if earning' the hall at too.
It was n incut Interesting game
tu watch, and the advent of Amer
ica as Itughj' plajcri) was a decided
succc.ts. They showed a very good
knowledge of the game, excepting
that their passing back overhead nt
all times was not the naV to keep
th, leather amongst thciiiaelvcV. 'Nd
doubt they will goln points frbm )ea-
tcrday'g match, and a-belter exposl
(Ion u( lomblniitloii might be look
ed fur In their match against the
Maoris nn Saturday next.
. On the tide of America, llrnwn
showed out as. full back. Ills kick
Ing equaled that of Dwjor ut hit
best, whilst he wus as sure In de
fense and taking tho ball as any
full-back wo havo had.
Corf, the visiting sklppor, pluvcd
a good game, though ho limped from
a knock which ho received In the
early stages of play
Kern (wing tluee-quartcr) Is very
fast, and did good work. Watta. on
the wing, also plajed finely, while
Chccdn wah the most conspicuous
America Full back, P. C. Ilrowne
(Stanford)); thrcc-quartera. 13, U.
Watts (California), M. Morris (Cal
ifornia). 13. Kern (Stanford); five
eighths, C. Allen (California , A. W.
Elliott (California); half-back, C.
Cerf, captalit (California); forwards.
C. A. I'hlegcr (California), C. K.
Cheda (Stanford), I,. S. Leavltt (Ne
vada), D. Hardy (California), K. h.
Dole (Stanford), J. JV. Plttlne
(Stanford), II. U Horton (Stan-
'ord). II. Swart. (California),
Svduey mil-back. A. L. Stafford;
three-quaiters, A. C. .Jekvll, 1'.
, A J ,,.
h, g McLennan. K. M. Fisher;
forwnrIl(i u j, ijnolds (captain),
w w Martin. (1. W Macartney, A.
n rjuffney, J. I)t Metjcalfe, II. J.
giuyton, B. V, Mcjteowd, M. Max-
BY FOOTBALL IN SYDNEY
tho Americans knew mpre about
Ilugby than was expected of them.
r'10 ,"cal mcn ,("t tne UM- I"1'',
kicked off against a light northeast
breeze tdwnrds the I'uddlngtou end,
which tho Anierl-ans were defend
lng. Within three minutes of, start
ing tho brill came outot a scrum
to Cerf, the American half, who cut
for tho line, and then sent It, on to
Watts, who got over. The Yankee
full-back miffed the posts from' a
America, 3; New South Wales,
This whetted the appetites of the
crowd, and fur tunic tlmo aftcj the
Sydney students were kept defend
ing, or nt least penned In their
Stafford, the local full-back, now
failed to gather up the ball, as Hor
ton biought It along on his toe, and
Watts, Klllott and Cerf, dodging
nicely, and passing quickly, made
for the local lino. A penalty against
Sjdney was given heic, and Drown
Just put the ball outeldo the posts.
To the stirprlso of the crowd, and
no doubt to the Sjdncy men, the
Americans frequently got the -ball
from the scrum and picked up a lot
of ground. Several ot them proved
too that they were no mean line
kickers, ospoclally their (ull.back
A wild, scrappy rush by the B)il
noy men began nt halfway, but It
developed Into a nice bit of juism
lng,' and Mel.ellan 'was near)Vln.
The Yunkee full-back handy,.
though, and pulled up the local men
on the line. There the visitors were
penalized, but the direction ot Fis
cher's kick for goal was erratic.
Tho ylsltlng forwnrds were now
proving themselves fast and i hard
plavcrs, and the local backs had to
be sprightly whipping up the ball
as their opponents charged down.
I loth sides experienced some diffi
culty In keeping their feet, except
when running straight, and on sev
eral occasions the slippery ground
spoilt chanies for the local students.
The Bjdnevltes were pressing, when
Cerf kicked well up-fleld, and Watta
and Morris following on had almoH
hustled Stafford at his own SS
Pull-back Drown proved a tower
of strength tu his side with his Una
kicking, und at this junction gained
fully SO yards for his sldo with a
beautiful kick. He seldom followed
his own kicks, or run up with
.... .... ..
the bull before kicking. He was
brilliant In other wajs, however,
and us the Sydney men charged at
him after he took a kick, be Hide
stepped several ot them, and then
gave to Allen, who run up to (he
Sydney 35, butIartln tut off prog
res. ' ', -,
The Sidney men then raced (or
the. visitors' Hue, but Watts, by rfar
the best of the American three-quarters,
stopped tho ruBh, although a
score seemed certain. A local 'niuii
offside saw the ball toar awa'j's' tu1
mldfield again. , '
The half-time whistle sounded
with the Sydney men pressing. the
visitors had thus far shonu thUl-.
inougn iney unuerbioou mo fuico
they were lacking In the very line
points ot the game, but nevertheless
(Continued on Pace 10.),
ALL-MILITARY TEAM WILL
TRY ONCE MORE TO WIN
This Afternoon at Athletic Park, the
Soldiers and Japanese Will Try
Conclnsions Much Interest in
This nftornoon at tho AthlcMc Park
ti.o tVaseda ball team will go up
81,-itnst n picked military nine, and a
very exciting and Interesting game Is
expected to bo played. The Service
men had a practlco vestorday after
noon and a number of men turned out
with a view of making tho team
Sinclair and Peyton will probably
bo tho battery for tho soldiers, and
the pair should be nblo to work well
together Davis, Slorp, Lemn, O'Sul
llvan, Townscnd, McCall and Wullera
will no doubt bo in too game, but a
final selection has not yet been made.
Aala Park was tho scene ot action
yesterday, and ' some good practice
was Indulged In. Tho Athletic Park
diamond was too wet and muddy to
play on but It Is expected that It will
bo In a fit condition this afternoon,
It was at Hrst understood tbat
Itoblueoti of Lellohua would do the
latching for the Military team, but
as ftoblnson Is In the expert rifle
tuntcst, and the contest could not
bo pulled off yesterday on account
of tho rnln, today wns apioluted for
the experts to'liang at" the targets,
and Iloblnson Is compelled to take
part, thus preventing hi in from play
ing In the ball game., '
The story tluit',.lJohlnion was
under nrrcst. In the guardhouse, and
n subject for court-martial, as ap
peared In tho morning paper, was
flatly contradicted this noon by an
officer of tho Fifth Cavalry, who
came to the 1) u 1 1 o 1 1 n office for
that express puiposc. He stu'lcd the
facts as above given as tho reabon
why Iloblnson can not play today,
and was nt a loss to account for the
damaging s'oiy that appeared In the
morning paper. Sinclair will be bo
hind tho bat In today's game.
Thero was somo talk of using Doll in
the box Instead of Peyton but It would
appear that the man from Camp Wry
' cupable of holding down the Wn-
I ,.... In .. .Inn. nvuur. Kilt PnlHD lAV.
ton Is Improving every week and ho
Ib pitching good ball now-n-davsj he
la a hard worker on tho diamond and
Is a trier all the time.
The game Is to start at (4 o'clock
this afternoon, and no doubt a btg
crowd ot fans will fill the bleachers.
The Honolulu Japanese arc turning
out In great numbers for the ball
games, and they aro as enthusiastic
now as they were at the start ot the
The Wasedas have done very well
an far In Honolulu and, although de
feated a few times, In most cases the
score has been ono to nothing, or
hionietfcftifilraost. ua cloieJ-i " .
The AJl-Mllltury nine will be on the
Jump from the start ot the game as
they intend winning this second strug
gle With tho WaBwK-TJW-flMt game
between the teams was won by the
Japanese, und as. the Cleveland boya
bcatjjha Wasedui 'the All-Military
nlnetnlnlC they should he nu)e to do
so also. " i
, tt tl'St
Once more there la talk of reviving
the "Brg" buseball league, and there
would atjpear to bo a chance of some-
'fhlnp liplni? ilnnn nnxt fipnKnn.
(Additional Sports on Page 10.).
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