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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 25, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 9, Image 9',
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KAMS HOLO MEETING
AND OPPOSE FOOTBALL
At Big Gathering in Bishop Hall Kams Decide to Stick to
Three Sports and Leave Out 'Intercollegiate Athletic
Committee Also Turns Down Football.
Out at Kntnclinmclm School Satur
day evening the, athletic committee find
thn members of the Kntri Atlilrtlc As
sociation hrld separate meetings, the
latter of which hinted almost twohourH.
It wax the biggest athletic meeting held J
at the schools for some yrarH, and the
object of It was to decide whether or
not the Kninchamchns would piny In
ter coll ok la to football with OahuCollcgo
thin year. The result wiih that both
meeting turned out ngalnst football.
The athletic committee, which Is com
posed of six members of the faculty
and three student members, handed
down Its decision against putthiR out
a footiall team at n special meeting of
their own, nnd to see If there was any
dllfercnt 'opinion anions the students
tlif question, was brought up lieforo
that body In nishop Hall, where It was
discussed, at length.
Argument on both aides was heard,
and Ihe students were very much In
terested, as were also tho members of
the faculty. At tho beginning of tho
IiIr meethiR Chairman llnrtlctt of thn
athletic committee, who nils the, va
cancy riiurnl by the departure of Cap
tain Winters, announced to tho stu
dents tho action L taken by the commit
tee, which was against football.
After explaining the reasons' for such
action, Stanley Livingston was railed
on to Rive nn Idea of past experience
In raiding a football team. After that
the meellnR was open tn tho students
to rIvo their views on tho football
Only two members toftk' the door and
expressed themselves In favor of foot
ball, but, when tho tlmo ramo tn cast
voles, which were by ballot, those In
favor of football made a stirprlso by
.bringing up n big vole, hut lost by
,"'-" 5 - ii.l mil," ..txiiir..
The main reason why Kamchamcha
do1ed tij'sYiind1 by her three sport's.
IJJri'r, track anil Imsejuill aiil ,let, go!
IWH!y"' as'ltas llecn' ilono, for, jhe'fust
iliree years, is nccuiisq ine iraiu wuiini
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L1QE ENTRY LIStiNOHITW GAME
IS LOOKED FOR
Friessel Enters for Four Events!
Artiong Them Being Fav
, orjtet220 Low Hurdles.
Everything Is going ulong splendidly
fur Ibe success nf the' Al A. U. track
nnd lield meet to bu held at Oalnt Col-
legt. next, Saturday afternoon. 'When
thu entries f clrtso "tomorrow1 afternoon
at S o'clock, there should he n big list
of contestants entered for tho different
Oiio of the latest entries, who Is cer
tainly 'a wonder. Is Friessel. Ho was
on the American Olympic team which
was to compete In Franco a few years
ago, but as lie mm piunneu io come
West ho missed tho trip. Friessel was
to represent America In tho 220 yards
The Coast man was nut coaching the
Oahu College boys for tome time pre
vious to their track meet last year, und
those who saw him get over the liur-
dlus then will remember that he Is a
Honolulu will np doubt he surprised
Bulurday, when tho 220 yards low liur
tiles Is pulled off, to see the Hawaiian
record, now held ,by It 111 Hlce ut 7 2-5,
It was expected for some tlmo that
l'rlessvl would tackle the local runner
In the coming meet, and now ha has
come to light, and If lllco enters the
hurdles lie. will certainly havo u hard
iub, Friessel will also compete. In tho
runnlni; broad Jump, riinnliiK high
Jump and putting Ill-pound shot.
J, Gorn, who ran for tho Kam school
leant In the' long distances some time
tigo, at which tlmo ho showed up' well.
Will Im on tbo Ku'in team III tliu'comlng
inert mid will participate In tho inllo
ruil. The Kamehlihichas are conlldciit
that tinea will malic good In thn InnR-
riltaneo tun. Hans Ftissnth, Iho lad
ulio madti such n lino showing In the
high Jump on Ihe Fourth nf July nt
Kauai, Is training for the coming meet
and Friessel will llud hfm a hard man
to beat. Fassoth holds the present high
Jump record, which Is S ft, 8 3-8 In
The meet will he a success, as the
best athlete of the Islands will he seen
111 action that day. All that Is asked
for Is it clear day, and If this Is foith
turning tllu athletes will uiako i;ood.
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY,
be Inexperienced this year and there
would not bo Hiilllclent material to
make up the tram next year.
Good Material .This Year.
Without question the school hns Rood
material to make, a strong tram this
Tho members of the senior class
would form tho most needed material,
and these players would easily num
ber six out of the eleven on tho team,
and all holding down the main posi
tions nn the team. Ilut looking for
ward tn next year, when these players
would he none, It was seen that It was
almost Impossible to Ret the necessary
men to nil vacancies that would then
occur. Tho large amount that would
havo to he spent this year would, there
fore, be practically worthless next year.
These were the main points brought
out nRalnst Ihe raising; of a football
team to plaj Oahll College. The vole
showed that the opposing side won by
the narrow margin of thlrlemi votes.
Oalui College Is very downhearted at
hearing litis verdict, hut as the Cnllego
of Hawaii Is ready to put up n team,
tho Oahus will still have nn opponent,
but their preference was for tho Kama.
The boys at Kamchnmelm will now
turn to their color scries of sports,
whero there will bo three teams made
up of all the students of the school.
The teams are the lieds. Whites ami
nines. There Is a first and second
learn of each. All three siorts nro
taken tip (and, n series of Imlli soccer
and baseball arranged. This plan Is a
Bond one, ns it give's tho different, cap
tains of the teams a chance tn slzo tip
the new recruits. ,
Thi! track team Is badly In need of
long-dlstanco runners for next spring
and a close watch will be kept on such
mv'v ..- ,r. '
, Wlth.K. O" Ilartlettnt thnhenft of tho
'nthlctlc.ritminittentthli yr.irjt thjr pros,
peels' Jnr la mood athletic. Heasonoaro
hrlgtjt, nji'ho has taken n grcatldcat of
Interest ,lj the boys sports, i
Portlands Won Two Games
From Former Topnotchers
By Close Scores.
In tho Northwestern lacue baseball
scries, 'on September 17; the Victorias
met Kpoknnn twice, tho tlrst, game go
ing to' the latter through clever heud
work und the second came being cnllcd
In tho sixth Inning on account nt dark
ness. In tho llrst match Spokano won
3-1, and Dcvolgt nnd Thorsen formed
tho battery ,for the' losers. In tho sec
ond encounter Johny Wllliamsy the Ho
nolulu boy, twirled for tho tal-enderi.
and for six, exciting Innings held his
opponents down to no hits and no runs,
To O'Loughlln of the Spokane team the
same credit is due. During the six
Inlngs Williams sent eight tn thn licnch
by the strike-nut route nnd allowed
tvu free passes to llrst.
Heforo tho biggest crowd that ever
entered the Portland hall park, the
home team twice beat Vernon, the llrst
tlmo B to 4 and the second 3 to 2. This
was on September 18. Theso twognmes
Were the' biggest baseball events In the
Coast Ieagito series, It Is estimated
that 12,000 fans attended the park to
see the games, Portland once more
takes tho lead.
8UNDAY, OCTOBER 1
TWO OAMKH - - TWO UAM1SS
1130 J. A. C. vs. P. A. C.
3i30 HAWAII8 vs. 8TAR8
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11 u. m. Sunday,
SEPT. 25, 1911,
College of Hawaii Elects Clark
to Captain Team Bill
Rosa Leads Highs.
Much talk Is going round among the
big schools on tho action taken by the
Kntns In dropping football this year.
It was expected by Oabtl Collego that
tho Kams would play football this year
with them, but It turned out to bo dif
ferent. Saturday evening the students
met nnd decided against playing the
Intercollegiate game. The Oahus made
a proposition that If tho Kams ployed
football with them they would como
back and play soccer with the Knms,
but this did not seem to inako them
The Knmehainehan arc out of the
game, but tbe Collego or Hawaii anil
High School aro planning to make up
teyims. Tho Oahu College players havo
been awaiting the result of the Kam
meeting, nnd now It looks os If they
will turn out and play the Hawaii
team. No captain has been elected for
thn Puliation tani lis 'yet.
Kill Itosa has been elected captain
bt the, McKlnlejjjIllRhhpol team, and
lio will call for football candidates some
tlmo this week. Most all are ready for
the call, and Coach Folsom will And
good material to work from when the
llrst practise lakes place.
J,eslle Clark ha been elected cap
tain of the College nf Hawaii team, as
Murcalllno has' retired.
Among the new men at the collego
this year are many promising players.
Including Chris Holt nf Oahu College;
Cousin, a crack football player from tho
Coast; Yelchl Yamnsbaro, who halls
from HJ, I.ouls CotlcRo; ,Joshtia Trait
or' McKlnley High, rani Letnko and
Havid'l'oaVuhl, two liuskie's" f rn'AJ St.
Louis College, who should mak'o .good
on ,lbo team. Among the old players
who will be seen In action again for
the." Orecn und While on the football
field will b6""HuTTtIce; Marcalllno.Les-
ife'Clark.rMarulchl, Fook On, and
' Oahu College lias us strong a team
ns ever, ii nas omy ins a icw mein-
ners yusyear. ,TnnK aiucKrnxic. enji
f Altf'iif MM' IKiViirTias not' 'returned.' and
a'ncriCaptatinIU be elected; thja' cc'k'.
rilKII AMII I ALLS
IN COAST LEAGUE
There Is nn change In the standings
of the major league teams ut present,
only that tho Athletics aro gaining a
big. lead on! the Tigers.
In tho ruclllo Coast Icague. Port.
land has once more reached tho top of
the ladder, Vernon and Portland nro
having a great light for first place.-Tim
standing:' of the Pacific Coast and
major leagues are as follows; '
New York 82 46
Chicago 80 S2
Pittsburg . . 80 88
Philadelphia 72 S3
St. Louis 69 63
Cincinnati 60 76
Drooklyn 52 78
lloslon 34 97
New York 71
lloslon .. '. 67
Rt. Louis 40
Pacific Coast League.
Portland 91 67
Vernon 96 73
Oakland 94 81
San Francisco 80 94
Sacramento 75 92
Los Angeles 72 101
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PHILADELPHIA. P11.. Sepl. . Tho
expected happened today In tho Inter'
collegiate championship lawn tennis
tournament at the, Merlon Cricket Club,
Harvard winning tho singles l(tle for
1911 through the victory of K. ILWhlU
pey over A. 1( Mann Jr. of Yale by
6-1, 6-2, 6-2, Whitney's victory makes
Harvard tied with Pennsylvania nt six
points each on Iho championship tro
phy, and Y11I0 tied with Prlucolon for
second at live, points each. The final
doublet match ivus robbed of much of
Its Interest by thn nbsencn of college
rivalry, Princeton having made sure of
the championship by previously Inking
both matches In thu uciiil-llnul round.
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