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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. "WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1915.
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Baseball, Track, Football, Tennis, Boxing and Golf Bring Out
Stellar Work on Part of Competitors at Schofield Lieut.
NEveritt Planning to Wipe
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t f.ieeis National uuara leam
(Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence)
' SCHOFIELD BAKKACKS, Dec 15.
- The lit Infantry drill ground any
afternoon now very closely resembles
the busiest college campus Imagin
able. On the gridiron the ' football
squad under Lieut. Everitt is working
bard limbering up the stiffened and
bruised muscles acquired In the stren
nous game last Sunday with the 2nd
Infantry. '' f
Lieut. Sadtjer. on the ball field Is
working bis Aaeeball proteges over
time In preparation for the series o'
three games which is to be played
with the 25th Infantry team the last
of the month .i.. , .
Track Events.' T
Then, too, iwftb the annua regl
mental field meet only a Httl over
two weeks off, ' the track men are
much In evidence sprinting, Jumplns
Wand ahot-puttln. The military events
y of the field mcev are receiving their
share of attention also, as Is evidenced
by the tent pitcblng squads at work,
the- bayonet fencers- lunsrfng and
thrusting at oe,1 another: and the 12
platoons of 27 men each wh!c! are
. perfecting the;." .various methods of
, scaling a 10-foct wall in the least pos
j. alble time. " n . ' - 4'
. The cf fleers re- cot Idle either. The
; golf course was Lever in better condi
tion than at present, and the recent
reorganization.' ,cf .the Schofield "Bar
. racks Golf Clu and the prospect of a
catch with tt Oahu Country Club
baa given frer .. Impetus to that al
ready popular f port ' : ,
" The tennis courts are crowded every
afternoon and tie tennis association Is
conlderlng..the advisability .of build
lag at least one new court '.
i. And all this 'activity Is In addition
' to the "not less than three hours"
regular drill la .field training every
rnoratng. Anyone who has the idea
that the soldier leads a life of lndo
' lence and easa xhould make a visit to
the post p txactner.. . '
. Football... . ' ..
Football practise for the first . two
days of the week has been very light
owing to the Injuries received ln: the
hard game with the 2nd Infantry last
Sunday when the- two teams played
each other to a scoreless tie.. But
with the return game with, the strong
National Guard team only four oay
iff, Lieut Everitt will drive the. squad
t top speed from now on- preparing
. - . for It ' . ' - :
' Taking the crippled condition f
many of the regular players into con
m sideratlon, Lieut Everitt expressed
J himself as well satisfied with the re
' suit of the recent game with the 2nd
Infantry. -."Next best to winning is
keeping the other fellow from doing It
you know,1' said Lieut Everitt after
the game last Sunday. "I had a
patched-up team and they came
through most creditably." '
. Green way, who played his first reg
ular game this .year, owing to an In
jury received in practise at the begin
ulng of the season, came through the
contest last Sunday in very good con
dition and, will probably be the only
regular back to start the game against
' the National Guard on Sunday.
Spoonerwho was. moved from end
to back last week, had the misfortune
to dislocate his shoulder In the game
with the 2nd Infantry and . is out pi
the game for the rest of the season,
Snelder, who- was the only first erlng
man beside Greenway to start the
fcame last .Sunday, wrenched bis back
and may not be able to play against
the Guard team. Bingham was culled
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Out Defeat when 1st Infantry
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on uriuirun aunuay
from center to end and Scbomaker,
the second string center, put in Bing
ham's old place. Both men showed up
very well in their new positions and
they will line up against the. National
Guard as they did against the 2nd in
Coach Everitt has his work cut out
for him before Sunday to make two
second string backs into first - string
material, and also to make a first team
back out of an absolutely green man,
When interviewed today. Lieut Ever
itt said: 1 can do it When the Na
tional Guard team plays ns here on
the 19th It will know that it Is up
against the real thing, and revenge for
that 12 to 0 defeat at Moiliill Field
will sure be sweet ? - .
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AFTER THE GAME.
(New Haven's - popular song before
- tney met Harvard.)
In the classic shades of Princeton
Sits a Tiger, sad and sick,. .
And he looks as though his features
Had been flattened by a brick. '
Both his ears were chewed to pieces
And be wears a busted slat
And the Halls of Nassau tremble
At the yow lings of that cat! ; .
"My advice to other Tigers
Gather close and get it right
Is to keep away from Bulldogs -Till
you're sure they cannot bite." -
In the Bowl at far. New Haven , V .
Sits a Bulldog, big and grim.
And he grins the grin of vlct'ry.
' For there are no marks on him.
Now lie licks his chops, contented.
As he wags a stubby, tall, '
And New Haven's hills re-echo , v
With the fighting: bark of Yale:'
"My advice to" other Bulldogs
- Who would beat the Tiger's Jaws"
Is to grab him as he crouches
And to bite before be claws. A
It Is safe to tease a tiger ? .
' When you bold hitn by the tail,
But' you shouldn't kid a bulldog -When
he wears the Y of Yale. ,
. Dreyfuss .8corhs,at Rivals. '
While there are some magnates who
would welcome peace, Barney Drey
fuss Is charged with this: "I'd rather
dynamite my ball park than declare
peace with the federals." Barney is
one of the high-up persons In the Na
tional League too. . ; " : " ;.
Every day there's a new angle The
only way to pick the winning combi
nation Is to play the both sides.
ELECT MOSS AMES CAPTAIN.
AMES, la. Dyewbod W. Moss, half
and quarter back on this Tear's Ames
eleven, was elected to captain the 1916
team. There were four other candi
dates. The squad took 23 ballots,
Moss whining. on account of the divi
sion, of votes among the four others.
He had his prep work at Des Moines
West hlgluMoss has one more year
of varsity football. .
Roller Boosts Mat Game.
; Doc Roller, well known wrestler, hag
taken to writing newspaper articles,
and right off the reel the "doc In
forms us wrestling Is the best means
of 4. self defense. : What.' the public
needs In the way of defense Is some
thing that will save us from wrestling.
NO SCORE FOR' CHAMPIONS. :
DETROIT. The Detroit Central
high school and Everett, Mass1., high
scnooi foothall teams played a score
less tie here. Both teams are candi
dates for the national scholastic "cham
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BURNS AND BENHAM - -f
' BARRED BY HUMPHREYS
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Eddie Burns and Artie Ben-
ham Mill not play with the Olym-
4- pic Club team during the Car-
nival. That is If Resident
Humphrey of the San Francisco
club has anything to say on the
matter. .'The Olympic Club is
4-strictly an amateur club, and -f
4- they compete under the rulings
of the A. A. U. in most branches
of athletics where the A. A. U.'-f
f has Jurisdiction. President
Humphrey has set his foot down
-- on the proposition. " -f
- President Humphrey ; of the -f
Olympic Club is one of the sup-
porters of amateur athletics In -f
club competition, and would have 4-
been president of the A. A. U. at
4- this time if he had listened to 4
4- his friends. When the statement 4-4-
was made that Burns and Ben- 4
ham would play here it was 4
4- thought that Humphrey would 4
4- not give bis sanction to It, and 4-4-
if these two players do come 4
4 here with the team It will be 4
4 against the wishes of the . club 4
4- president and may tend to give 4
4- a black eye to the Pacific Ath- 4
4- letic Association. 4
OLYMPIC CLUB :
SURE TO COME
Ed Neit Makes Announcement
This - Morning; Many
r Stars on Club ; J
Ed. J. Nell returned from the main
land yesterday morning . and an
nounced that the Olympic Club is sure
to come to Honolulu during the Car
nival. This announcement clears up
the situation, and leaves no doubt In
the minds of the fans of the city. Nell
was appointed by the baseball com
mittee of the Carnival to arrange all
matters for the trip, and the Honolu
lu man was assured that the San
Francisco club team would be here
with a strong line-up.
"Things are buzzing around thV
Olympic Club now," said Nell. "They
are talking Honolulu every moment
and a squad of 47 men is out at Ewing
Field every day getting ready for the
visit to the Paradise of the Pacific.
They are going to have a sweet look
ing ball club, and although they will
not have any big leaguers as has
been announced they will bring down
a club that will surely make it inter
esting for the local teams." '
Prizes Offered Players.
Nell stated that President Hum
phrey of the Olympic Club had offered
two gold watches to the player with
the best all around average and the
best hitting average, and other mem
bers. of the club are offering prizes to
the players If they win from the Ho
. 'A four-club league has been Organ
ized among the members of the Olym
pics, and the leading players will be
given the trip-to Hawaii. "Nell an
nounces that the league will continue
antfl a few days before the trip and
the choice will' be - made Just before
the squad leaves San Francisco. There
is ' no chance for argument on the
question of team strength, as most of
the players have been stars at col
leges and in the "bushes." The list
of players having the best chance to
make the trip is: Catchers, Reardon
and Burke: pitchers, Bliss, Schammel,
Howedge and Martin; first base, Mc-
Grath: second base, Benn; shortstop,
Klppon; third base, Traumatolo; out
field and- utility. -Ebner. Barker.
MuhL1 Swanton and Kennedy.
Strong on Hilltop. . V 4 1 j
When Bliss and Martin went cut for
the squad at Ewing Field the battel
expressed ' concern. These two heav
ers have been going like a house afire
and with Tutch" Schammel and -Mid:
get" Howedge to mount the hill top,
the Olympics will be well fortified. In
this department - Reardon and Burke,
ex-St Mary's players; are up to the
standard of backstops In the "bushes''
and will likely be picked to make the
trip. - v.:..-X-:v . .
Infield possibilities are many, of
course, but if any quintet can beat
out McGrath, Swanton, Benn, Rlppon
and Traumatolo they will have to hur
ry. McGrath has played in the bush
leagues, and has made good., Swan
ton was In the old California State
league. Benn and Rlppon have played
In the Trolley league, and Chauncey
Traumatolo was one of the best third
basemen ever devloped at Santa
Clara. The outfield candidates are
many, but all are up to the standard.
WILLARD HAS MADE
PIN MONEY SINCE
- HE BEAT BIG JACK
It's Just a trifle over seven months
since Jess Wlllard became the heavy
weight champion, but In that time he
has earned approximately $214,000
and not one dollar of It via the fight
route. . -:
Wlllard spent 140 days doing circus
stunts. He was guaranteed $1000 a
day and he averaged $1200. That
made his income from that, source
total $168,000. He got $25,000 for his
newspaper writings and another $20,
000 or so through his theatrical ven
Two hundred and fourteen thousand
dollars In eight months! Yes, Oscar,
It surely pays to be a champion.
Of his Income, however, it is said
that Wlllard only got 60 per cent of
the gross about $1J0,000 the balance
being divided among his managers.
Tom Jones, chief manager for Wlllard,
recently said that W'illard has "salt
ed" away a sum close to $100,000, des
pite the fact that he paid $33,000 to
Harry Fraxee and Lawrence Webber
when he bought out their managerial
interest in him.
And now Wlllard plans to go back
Into the fighting game, where $30,000
purses await him. If he retains his
championship as long as his heavy
weight predecessors. It looks as if his
hopes will be realized the earning of
$500,000 before his pugilistic star sets.
HARVARD GETS BRAVES SCOUT.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Fred Mitchell,
scout of the Boston Nationals, has
been assigned as baseball coach of
Harvard university. His contract Is
for one year, and he will succeed
Percy Haughton, the Crimson foot
ball director," who stepped Into the
breach six months ago because of the
resignation of Dr. Sexton.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn Waldemer
Deetjen. of Montclair, N. J has been
elected captain of the Wesleyan Uni
versity football team for next season.
He played at halfback this year.
Rleet 25th Team
They are calling the Chinese Trav-elers-25th
Infantry contests the Ha
waii world series now. The two fast
teams will play a full world series
schedule; four wins giving, the winning
team the title of the champs In the.r
division. To date ' the 25th has won
two and lost one and the next contest
which will-be held at Athletic park
on Saturday afternoon,' should be a
hummer. '' -'" " V1 -;- "
Lai Tin has been making the state
ment that the Travelers were going.to
be on the long ' end of games won
when the series is completed, and the
fans believe that the Travelers are
due to surprise the . colored soldiers
when they meet this week. Both teams
have played fast ball during the se
ries and the-fans who have journeyed
cut to the games have .been treated
to some good basebaltv
Rogan has switched from the back
stop position to the mound, and in
his two starts has shown enough to the
fans to make him a big candidate for
any pitching selection, that might be
made. Jasper and Waterhouse have
both . been going good and with .the
heavy bitters on the club the team
looks to be in top form at present
Kekoa or Moriyama will be the se
lections for the mound on Saturday,
with Kan Yen behind the plate. Ah
Lee, Moriyama, Ayau and Lai Tin In
the infield and Lang" Akana, En Sue
and Yamashlro In the outer garden
make a strong combination. Wyman
wjll depend upon Jasper, Waterhouse
or Rogan to mount the hill top for the
25th, with Rogan oi S win ton at back
stop. Hawkins, Fagun., i Smith and
Willis are the logical choices for the
infield positions, wkh Crafton, John
so and Gollah In the jungles.
Saturday crowds as a- rule have not
been - up to the mark set by- the at
tendance -on- Sunday, but the games
between the rival teams-have drawn
to the -satisfaction of the?. players. The
last ' game between the ' two organiza
tions, at Athletic park was well attend
ed and the fans- were trtatedto some
. a i t 1.1. . a. .
iasi Daseu&u. ines iwo teams
could- get together on - Sunday here
ther would be a record crowd out if
the Saturday attendance Is any crl
' Everyone agrees with the expert
who tells us that there are too many
penalties in football. One of them is
the cheer leader. v ;
William H. Dayton of Auburn, star
center of the Hamilton College foot
ball team, was. elected captain of the
squad for the 1916 season. : '
A baseball player has been shot In
the neck. A few bullets hit him op
the head and bounced off.1 . ' r
Herchel Bruner, 14 years old, mem
ber of the Clarksoii school football
team, died from injuries received In a
practise game recently.
No. Ignatz, that mournful cadence
issuing from Yale and Princeton Is not
a dirge being sung because : Mahan
played his final game. Not precisely.
C. Mathewson has picked Honos
Wagher as the new leader of the Pi
rates. The bow-legged Dutchman is
entitled to the job If be wants it
There is every reason to believe, how
ever, that he will not accept it.
."Pug' McTIge, a left-handed pitch
er, who made a fine showing with the
Toronto- club of the Iinternational
League last season, was signed by the
Times have changed since it was
necessary to put blinders on a horse.
Owing to the present styles In the
feminine clothes it is necessary to put
blinders on the chauffeurs
Gllmour Doble. coach of the Wash
Ington University, hasn't lost a game
of football in 10 years. Can't Doble,
Cobb and Hoppe be matched in some
Harvard will have to continue her
victories over Yale for several years
to come. before the elevens are on an
even footing. Thirty-six times the ri
vals have met, with Yale victorious on
22 occasions. Harvard winning nine
games, five contests have terminated
without a verdict.
A scientist has declared that bugs
have souls. This is a big boost for
the baseball fan.
VIRGINIA PICKS GRID CAPTAIN.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. Harold
Sparr of Memphis, Tenn fullback,
has been elected captain of Virginia's
football eleven for next year. . . ,!
Track Events to Be Held at
Kapiolani Park; Bicycle,
Walking and Sprints ,
1. 'Two mile bicycle race open.
2. 100 yard dash.
3. One mile walk novices. .
4. One mile run.
5. One mile walk for Japanese. '
6. One mile fat man's walk.
7. Two mile heel and toerace. ..
8. 220 yard dash.
. 9. One mile bicycle race for J ap-
anese, - ;
. 10. Five mile run.
Since the announcement has been
made that the Kalakaua avenue walk
would notf he scheduled : this year.
many of the followers of track athlet
Icb have been planning on something
to take the place of the annual walk.
Howard N. Jackson, chairman of . the
committee, has arranged a program
at Kapiolani Park for Sunday, January
2. that promises to be interesting to
the followers of track athletics In oil
The five mile run will be one of the
big features of the meet, as there are
a number of good distance men In the
army posts, in the schools and at the
Y. M. C. A. E. N. Jackson has made
good time in this event and wiD - be
one of the entries In this race. Oliver
Millard, the Olympic Club craclc, will
not be present, but there are many
others who can make the time well
under 30 minutes. . . ; v V ;'
, Many "of the Japanese In this city
believe that they can better the Ujie
made by haoles and they will enter
both races on January 2. There-are
three or four speed burners on the
list and , In the one. mile race it . is
claimed that the present record, will
go by the board. A dash of two miles
on wheels will give the spectators an
opportunity to witness the young
Kramers at work. rC '- ' y
Jackson states that the 100 yard
dash will be run in fast time, and the.
winner is , expected to complet-3 the
century around 10: 2., : Many of the
school .athletes have : been asked 't.
compete and should some of the local
speed burners get. In. action, the. track
followers are ; bound to see a great
race. The furlong dash should -also
be; an. Interesting event- as there ar
many .fa8t sprinters in the city. , , 1
Bicycle Events. . . . . ; . . . . , : : -
- Japanese have taken a keen Inter
est In all branches of athletics a n(
whenever, they -. have gone In for bi
cycle riding they have accomplished
much, and a great amount of Interest
Is due. to . be stirred' up when the
names .of the contestants .are an
nounced. Walking has received a big
boost . since Gouldlng startled th
Americans by defeating Renz, and lo
cally there are a number of good men
to compete, , .; .
. The prjses will be donated by Ioca'
merchants and . the list is to be pub
lished from time to time. Mr: Jack
sou will make a campaign among the
merchants, and he expects to receive
a number of valuable prizes for the
events. Entries for the different
races will be published as their names
are received .
AT T T
NEW YEAR'S DAY
Y. M. C. A. Basket-ball League.
. . P. W. L. Pet.
Service . . . . . . . ; . 5 5 0 1 .000
Tigers ...........5 2 3 .400
Dormitory .......5 2 3 - .400
Cosmopolitans ... 5 ... 1 .' 4 .00
Tonight's Games 7 p. m Tigers
vs. Cosmopolitans;. 8 p. ra.. Service vs.
The final games of the Y. M. C. A
senior basket-ball league will be played
this evening in the association games
ball. At 7 o'clock the Tigera meet
the Cosmopolitans. The Service and
Dormitory play the second game at 8
A . 15-minute meeting of the Club
Basket-ball league committee has
teen called for 6:43 this evening. The
matter of eligibility of players will be
settled at this meeting. The next
Club league games are scheduled for
Friday evening this week.
Probable line-ups for this evening:
Tigers Forwards, Henry and Hane
berg; center, Nott or Meinecke:
euards,' Dwight, Lemke,' Methven and
Cosmopolitans Forwards, O'SuIH
van and Gomes; center. Cannon:
guards, Gaylord and Ramirez.
, Service Forwards, Hackett and Ge
rard er; center, Noyes or Merillees;
guards. Wheeler and Cosgrove. .
Dormitory Forwards. Bennett,
Donn and Bearss; center, Dreier;
guards. Page and Harrison.
PENN RACES COME APRIL 29.
The annual relay races of the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania will be held
on April 29. : C'.--; - :
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