HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MOXnAT. OCTOBER 29lf)17. - - -- -
BRAVES 111 SECOND SERIES TITLE;
COAST DEFENCE SUFFERS SHUTOUT
Saints Go Oown to Defeat at Moiliili Field in Exhibition Af
fairRegimentals Nose Out Coast Defense in Tight Game
Simmons the Hero
AFTER winning the honors in the
second aeries of the Pacific
League when the St. Louis team
forfeited the game at Moiliili Field
yesterday by failing to turn out a full
team, the Braves donated a number of
their own players to fill the gaps and
then proceeded to trim the Saints by
a score of 10 to 2. Billy Hughes,
George Bushnell and August Mara
were given a halo to help out the
Braves Eat 'Em Up
Following which the Braves scalped
the opposing team in all departments,
ounding Bushnell's offering to every
corner of the lot and collecting In all
14 hits. The Saints played : woeful
ball and bad It not been for a lucky
streak in the fifth when they scored
their two runs on three hits, they
would have been blanked.
The Braves and St. Louis will play
a three game series in the near future
for the championship of the, Pacific
League. The Saints breezed In on the
first series, but in the play-off it looks
like the Braves will conduct a mas
sacre. Box score follows:
AB RBHPO A
Anabu, 3b 4' 0
Ornellas, If. .4 0
Rosa, lb. 4 0
O'Sullivan, cf....... 4 1
Reed, 2b .3 5
Lee, c. ! . 3 1
Gomes, ss. .31
ftosarlo,.cf. ........ 3
Ferry, p. .'. ....... 3
2 2 0 1 0
Totals 31 10 14 13 5 0
, AB RBHPO A E
Fun Luke, If. ...... 3 11 1 0 1
Focpoe, rf. 3
-Hushes,-, lb 3
o :o 0
Busbnel!, p. ....... 3. 0 0
Mara, cf. .......... .2 0 -0
Haneberg, 2b 2 0
Sasaki, es. . . . ... ... 2 0
Kckipi, c ........ 2 0
King Tan, 3b. ...V. 21
Tota)s ....;..AVl3 7 15 11 3
Score by innings: '
Braves 0 . .. 7 .V. 041 0 3-10
Base hits 14 2 1 614
St Louis 0 0 0 0 22
Base hits ........... 12 0 137
Summary jf tho game:
Home runs. Ferry 2, O Sullivan 1;
three-base hit, Fun Luke; stole
bases. Reed, . Lee, Gomes 2, Hughes,
GAME ON REFEREE'S
. ERROR; WILL REPLAY
The game between the midget teams
of McKinley and Punahou resulted in
. a 7-0 score in favor of Punahou Buffs.
The game was played Saturday morn
ing on Funahou's lower field. It was
. a good exhibition of lost chances by
-fumbling on the part of a winning
team, and the score should have been
The lone "score came at the end of
."the last period, when Punahou was
given the ball on an incompleted for
ward pass that went over the ; goal
line. It should have gone to the Mc-
. Klnley Thirds on their twenty yard
line, bnt the referee was not aware of
the rule on that point, and in a couple
of. plays the game was clinched for
the Buffs. , However, they wer; good
sportsmen enough to see the injustice
of the touchdown being allowed and
agreed tor play the game over again.
Those who showed up most con
spicuously,, for . Punahou were Ezra
Crane at quarter, Chris Willis, half
back, and . young Ackerman, an end.
The latter lost a chance to win . the
game earlier, than the score was made
by dropping a forward pass on the goal
line. McKinley did not depend upon
so much open work vs in the past,
but she showed better end-running
: and defensive work than, in last Sat
ur day's game of the midget league
- LADIES MEET OPENS TODAY.
' 8eal 8tr-Sntim OomtvoadraeaJ -WAILUKU,
- Maui. Oct. . 2S. The
ladlea singles tennis tournament will
(Directly Overlooking the Volcano
; of Kilaiiea) v -y:
COVERS ALL EXPENSES
Steanier Mauna Kea sails every
- Wednesday and Saturday -
Sasaki, Kektpi; double play. Gomes to!
Reed to Rosa; bases on balls, on
Ferry i. struck out, by Perry 3. by
Bushnell 1; umpires, Walker and Jan3
sen; time of game, 58 minutes.
In the second .game staged at Moi
liili Field Sunday afternoon the fans
were given their money's worth and
then some. B. Simmons cf the 2nd
Inrantry Regimentals held the Coast
Defense down to two scattered hits
and no runs, while his own team suc
ceeded in touching Tilley for seven
blngles ana counter.
The Defenders got one hit in th
seventh frame when womack drove
a two-bagger into left center garden.
They got their only other tap in the
ninth when "Bill" Davis drove a
bounder through the third sacker.
Tho 2nd Infantry Regimental made
their score in the seventh session. B.
Simmons singled and worked around
to second, coming home on Dawson's
The box score follows:
AB RBHPO A E
Kerry. 2b. 4
Burns, If. .......... 4
Hotlerback, cf. ..... 4
ROSSy 08 4
Briscoe, lb. ....... 4
B. Simmoqs,' p..... . 4
Dawson, c. . . . .. . .'. 4
Estelle, rf, .
Totals ....... ..:.34 l 7 27 10 2
AB RBHPO A E
StillwelU 2b. T.T.v.' 4 0V0 3 2 0
Bailey, lb. . .. 4 0 0 12 0 0
Benham, c. 3 0 0. 7 0 1
McClaln, If......... 4 0 0 2 0 0
Tilley. p. 3 0 0 0 5 0
Davis, ss. ......... 3 0 1 2 3 0
Stewart, rf. 3 0 0 0 0 o
Roach, cf A . . ... . 3 - 0.0 0 0.1
Womack, v 3b. 3 0 113 0
Totals ..........30 0 2 27 13 2
2nd Infantry .. 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 01
Baso.hits. ... 0 2 0 1 1 0 2 0 17
Coast Defense . 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Base hits .... r0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 02
Summary of the game:
Tw o-base hits, Womack, Dawson ;
bases on balls,.; off B. Simmons 1;
struck out,- by.R. Simmons 9, by Tilley
7; passed ball, Benham; umpires,
Walker and Janssen; time of game. 1
hour and 10 minutes.
FIRST PATRIOTIC NET
MEET UNDER WAY; GOOD
: , TENNIS OPENS TOURNEY
The ; first patriotic tennis tourna
ment ever held In the Hawaiian is
lands opened Saturday afternoon un
der the auspices of the Hawaiian Ten
nis .association on the courts of the
Hawaii Fol6 & Rfcing dub at Kapio
lanl parX. ; ' . .
Results 4 '. .
In the -first match of the afternoon
Atherton Richards beat Kenneth B.
Barnesr 6---3, 6--9, 6 4. , ,
Captain.. Burlingame won from Ohye
by default, the latter being ; engaged
at' the Nuuanu coarts in the Nuuann
Y. M- C A tournament. ;
Knowlenberg beat Hurd, 86, 62.
Warren beat Choy, 6 2, 61.
Atherton, Richards beat Captain Bur
llngame, 62, 61.-'
Knowlenberg 1 beat 'Warren, 62,
In the only !Satch played yesterdaj
afternoon W. H. Hoogs, Jr defeated
Edward C..MerrilL 60,' 60. Merrill
put up a good game, but was no match
for Hoogs, who is known as a dashing
and hard-driving tennis player and one
of the beat In , the islands. f
7o 'matches will be played today but
tomorrow afternoon Cyril (Hoogs will
meet George B. Henderson..., .
' . - i x j ' ,
begin - Monday, xthe drawings having
been made today. From the number
of entries that hare been made, evi
dently considerable interest is being
taken, among the ladles in. the tourna
ment, this being the. first of-Its kind
1 held on the island for several years.
HOG D LTD
0 Edited iy MIKE JA$; -"11
BENNY KAUFF GOING
TO ELEVATE STAGE
CHICAGO. Oct. 20. Benny
Kauff. home run hitter, has gone
and done It. According to Joseph
Santley, leading man in "Oh,
Boy," Benny has accepted an of
fer to appear in vaudeville in a
sketch written by Santley. Ben
ny is to gt $250') a week, Santley
(Special Star-BoUetta Conwpondencr)
SCiiOFlELD BARRACKS, Oct. 28
By a score of 4 to 2 the 25th Wreckers
came back this afternoon at the post
athletic ball park and defeated the lst
32nd Infantry team, equalizing the
series to date. One of the largest
crowds that ever attended a ball game
was on hand to see the play. With
the defeat of Lester's men yesterday
each team now has a victory and the
final and deciding game of the series
will be played next Sunday at Moiliili
The winners drew first blood in the
second frame. Johnson cracked the
pill for a three bagger. Mbore flicd
out and Johnson scored w-hen Stratton
bungled Goliah's easy grounder.
Took the Lead.
In the fourth frame the lst-32nd
team came back and notched two runs
after one man was out. Dunlap sin
gled and Halcombe hit to left scoring
the runner from the keystone sack
and taking third on the return of the
ball. Halcombe scored when Coyle
reached first on Smith's error aihort.
The losers held the lead until the
final Inning wljen the Wreckers turn
ed. O. Johnson singled and Moore
went out on a grounder. . Goliah sin
gled sending Johnson to third. Wil
liam Johnson cracked a homer, notch
ing three runs by the act. Box score
AB R BH SB PO A E
Hawkins, lb 4 0 l o 5 0 0
Smith, ss. 3 0 0 0 4 2 1
Rogan, 2b 3 0 0 0 1 2 0
O. Johnson, cf.-c... 4 2 2 0 2 0 0
Moore, 3b 4 0 1 0 1 2 1
Goliah, rf."" 4 110 10 0
W. Johnson, c.cf.. 4 1 1 0 8 1 U
Crafton, If 4 0 0 0V 5 0 0
Jasper, p 4 0 0 0 0 1 0
Totals 34 4 6 0 27 8 2
AB R BH SB PO A E
Buckland, rf 4 0 0 0 3 0 0
Stratton, lb 4 0 0 0 ( 0 0
Maddis, c 4 0 0 0 3 0 0
Dunlap, cf. 4 1 1 0 2 0 0
Holcombe, 3b. ...4 1 2 1 0 0 0
Coyle. 2b 3 0 0 1 2 4 0
Judd, If. 4 0 0 0 3 0 0
Chief, ss 3 0 0 0 0 3 0
Ralls ' I 0 0 0 0 0 0
Brinra, p 2 00 0 0 3 1
Totals 33 2 3 2 27 10- 1
Batted for Chief in the ninth.
Hits and runs by innings:
25th Infantry ...0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 34
Base hits 0 11 10000 36
lst32nd Infantry. 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 02
. Base hits 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 13
Summary Home run. William John
son; three-base hits, O. Johnson andv
Holcombe; sacrifice hit, Smith; bases
on balls, off Jasper 2; off Brinza 1;
struck out, by Jasper 6; by Brinza 2;
passed ball, Maddis ; umpires, Mont
gomery and Patterson; time of game,
1 hour and 30 minutes.
J. I. B.Grelg Leads Field in
Qualifying Round for the
Wall & Dougherty Cup
Fifty golfers competed in the
'qualifying round for the Wall &
Dougherty cup play yesterday af
ternoon on the Moanalua course
of the Honolulu Golf Club and
out of this number only 16 qual
ified. As usual J. I. B. Greig led
die. field. His score was 85. The
final round will probably be com
pleted next Sunday. The scores
of the 16 golfers who qualified yes
terday are as follows:
J. I. B. Greig, 85; W. M. Cana
day. 90; F. Halstead, 93; R. C.
Blackshear, 95; V Forrest,' 95;
W. Thoen, 97; J. Carmichael. 98;
E. Munro, 98; P. McLean. 98; J.
Roxburgh, 101; J. Sinclair, 103;
W. Cullen, 103; E. R. Dreier, 105;
- N. Tanaka, lOiy; W. Chalmers,
105; W. Bell, 110
BRAVES BEAT EMMAS.
In a game of indoor baseboll, play
ed at Kamamalu Park, on Sunday
afternoon, the Emma Knights were
d.feated by the Kamamala Braves by
a score of 6 to 4.
The Kamamalu Braves outplayed
the Emma Knignts, securing 10 hits.
The Braves were chalked up with 2
errors, while the latter team were
charged with 12miscues.
. Short score follows:
Emma Knights. 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 04
Kamamalu .... 14010000 6
Batteries Pla da and August; Kea
kahuna ond Oliveria.
SHORT RACE MEET.
(SpteUl SUr-BnHeia CorrareenAaact)
WAILUKU, Maui, Oct. 26. A short
race meet will be held here at the
Kahului track . either Thanksgiving
Day ; or the Sunday previous or fol
lowing that day. A meeting will be
held ' Friday to make final arrange
ment,; ; ' , . . ..:Uyr A:.
II I 1 II li
i ivmrn inur innr -
iiiiiG Jay d jaud
WHAT'S THE USE?
Lct:a Bunk says:
If a worn an
Mind he always
About a Woman's
Being like a
Always full of change
And if she never
Changes her mind
Why he calls her
So, what's the use? i
The Punahou colors are buff and
blue but since that game Saturday
most of the players are wearing black
The Buffs and Blues fgured they'd
breeze in, but it looks like they blew
(Samuel, the snow pronto).
No l.oleproof razor's made of tin
Our safety sponge can't cut your chin.
Is your rent sharp and chronic?
Just oil the gears with our hair tonic;
No tire trouble with our suet
So simple that a child can chew it.
Lifted from the advertising parge.
It's going to be a punk Hallowe'en
Wednesday night as few ghosts walk
Inthe middle of the weeks. Most of
the gang get paid Saturday night.
Punahou was confident. College of
Hawaii was confident. Shucks, some
body had to be disappointed. We
weren't, cause we didn't bet.
While they didn't take the series,
you gotta admit that the Giants took
a much better photograph than the
Wikander. of the Financiers took
the lead in the individual bowling
averages of the Commercial League
last week, J. W. Caranio,. the leader
of the previous weeK dropping to third
place. Gendell of the Pineapple Fac
tors was second. In team standing
the Auto 'Factors continued to show
the way with the Federals next in line.
IN T BO LINO
Name Team Grus. Avge.
Wikander ..FIN 9 184.53
! Gendell FF 5 184.00
'Canario. J. W AF 9 1S3.8S i
Andrews AF 3 182.33
Canario, H. S PF 3 182.33
Pletcher FED 6 173.S0
Ching AF 3 173.33
Williams' PR 9 173.22
Henley FED 10 K2.10
Cooper FIN 9 171.33
Ho AF 9 167.77
Tinker AF 6 167.5f
Brault FED fi 163.50
Meyer FIN 9 165.33
Arevedo PF 3 161.00
Lee PF 3 161.00
Stephens FIN 1 161.00
Young PF 12 1RQ.66
McGuire ; SF 6 160.50
Gomes SF 3 160.33
Otterbach .'. FED S 160.16
Raseman PR 9 139.22
Guthrath PF 6 158.66
Soares ..FIN 4 155.27
Naatz AF 9 154.00
Scott PR 6 154.00
Mills ...FED 8 153.87
Sing PR S 153.75
Chong PF 9 153.44
Jolliff FED 2 152.50
Hammonds AF 3 151.66
Wcolway ....SF 6 151.00
Gear SF 3 149.33
McTaggart, G FIN 3 . 147.66
Maby PR 4 147:50
Keeff SF 6 142.83
Ham PR 6 141.37
Bernal PF 4 140.54)
Ching ....PF 3 139.00
McTaggart, E AF 3 131.66
Atherton SF 6 131.33
Yim PF 3 129.00
Day FED 3 128.66
Wuehrman FIN 4 128.00
Hoon Kai ...PF 3 111.66
Scott. W PF 2 102.00
Teams Gms. W. L. Pet.
Auto Factors 12 11 1 .916
Federals 12 11 1 .916
Financiers 12 6 6 .500
Printers 12 5 7 .416
Pine Factors 16 2 14 .125
Sugar Factors 8 1 7 .125
MAUI TENNIS RESULTS
(Spacitl SUr-Bulletin Correspoiidenct.)
WAILUKU, Oct. 26. Tennis en
thusiasts have had considerable ex
citement this week. The mixed
doubles had two matches. McKenzie
Meinecke had to play the third set ti
determine their victory over Deinert
Wodehouse. The second match be
tween Baldwin-McAllister and Rietow
Vetlesen was played on Wednesday
and witnessed by a big crowd, who
were able to be present because of
the half holiday. The first set was
won by Baldwin-McAllister by 11 to i
in a hard fight, the second by 6 to 4.
. la-the Wailuku Mill court tourna
ment Hoogs won over Hansen . and
Weight defeated Short in two sets ou:
of three. Bridgeford won over
Schoenberg by default.
Navy, coached by Dobie, defeated
Haverford of Pennsylvania, S3 to 0.
Army beat V"wTa of Pennsyl
rania. 21 to
GEORGIE THOMPSON TO
BATTLE JOHNNY ERTLE
MILWAUKEE, Oct. 2-X Jotn
ny Ertle, St. Paul claimant of the
bantam-weight championship ti
tle, todny was matched lor a trn
round no-decision bout with
CeorRie Thompson of ( hiceso at
Racine on October 29. the weisht
at 3 p. ra. on the diy of the bout
to be 117 pounds.
The first Hawaiian women's swim
ming meet held at the Y. M. C. A. tank
on Saturday night, proved to be a
huge success. . Twelve events were
stased and some fast time made. The
diving exhibition was particularly ex
cellent, so reports say. The result of
the meet were as follows:
Fifty yard dash, novice France
Farriagtcn (Pnnahoui, first, time 34
4-3; Marion Dowsett ( unattached .
second; Blanche Fernandas (Puna
Twenty yard dash, jrirls under ten
vears Cecily Cunha (Punahou), first,
time 16 2-5; Helen Vernon (Punahou),'
Fifty yard da&h. open Gerd lliorth
(Punahou), and Edith Kenn (Palama).
tied, time 33 4-5; Thelma Kenn (Pa
lama). next. On swim off Edith Kenn
beat Gerd Hiorth by six inches; time,
Vlfiv vard dash. Dublic schools
Julia Kehia (Folvukaina) first, time. 41
1-5; Mabel Black (McKinley), and An
nie Paoa (Kaahumanu), tied for sec
ond place; Edna Ludington (McKin
Fifty yard breast stroke Madeline
Chapin (Outrigger), first, time 49 flat;
Rose Robero (Palama), second; Agnes
Auld (Palama), third.
Two hundred-twenty yard, open
Kathleen Law (unattached), first,
time 3:38 3-5; Mrs. G. H. Paul (Y. W.
C. A.), second.
Plunge for distance, open Madeline
Chapin (Outrigger), first. 48 feet 4 7-S
inches; Thelma Sackwitz (Palama),
second; Edna Ludington (McKinley),
Fifty yard dash, girls under fifteen
-Thelma Kenn (Palama), first, time
34 3-5; Edith Kenn (Palama), second;
Elsie Auld (Palama), third.
Hundred yard novice Elizabeth
Hurter (Punahou). first,-time 1:46 1-5;
Clara Raymond (Punahou), second.
Diving exhibition Agnes Auld (Pa
lama). first; Maile Vicars (Punahou),
second; Madeline Chapin (Outrigger),
Fifty yard - backstroke, open Gerd
Hicrth (Punahou). first, time 46 4-5;
Madeline Chapin (Outrigger), second;
Rebecca Haaheo (Palama), third.
Club rclav race Palama, first, Pun
ahou, second; Y. W. C. A., third.
TOWN TEAM DOUBlETiT
ON HONOLULU ACADEMY
Harry Melim's Town team just
doubled the score on the Honolulu
Military Academy eleven in the game
played Saturday as a curtain raiser to
the Punahou-Hawafi battle. The final
score was 11 to 7 for the Townies.
'Wait-a-minute," George Hawkin3
yelled as a four back formation start
ed by the Townies and Seane graDoea
the ball and took it to the 1-yard line.
Though downed he broke through on
the next play for the touch. The
Tnwnrra scored before the end of the
t first half and again in the second
ON ST. LOUIS FLOOR
A basketball- doubleheader was
staged at the St. Louis College "gym"
last Saturday. Frank Almeida's men
defeated the Scrubs, 14 to IS.while
the Oceanics won from the All-Stars,
12 to 7.
In the Junior series the Red Sox de
feated the Second-to-Nones by a
score of 5 to 0, and the Diamonds suc
ceeded in trimming the Weaklings,
4 to 2.
Los Angeles .
; Portland .....
At Salt Lake Vernon 7, Salt Lake
At Los Angeles Los Angeles 13.
Portland 3; Los Angeles 5, Portland
At Oakland San Francisco 5, Oak
land 1; , San Francisco 3. Oakland 1.
The" Filipino baseball team of the
Pacific Leogue defeated Co. D. 2nd
Infantry of Fort Shafter by a score
of 5 to 2 Sunday morning at Athletic
Park. The lineup of the winners was
Cruz, rf.; Marclal, 3b.; Batong. 2b.;
Planas, ss.; Punay, p.; Garcia, If.;
Tamarra, cf.; Beny, lb.; King, c.
Two matches In the Xuuanu Y. M.
C. A. tennis meet were staged. Re
sults follows M. L'no and T. Kawa
saki beat August Guerrero and Joseph
Yat, 62. 61.
E. S. Ohye and M. Fukamachi beat
II. P. Chun and Goo Kwan, 64, 62.
RAH RAH BOYS ZERO
IIAMEHAHE1 TROUNCE MlilLEYS
Davis Proves Big Hero of Game Between Punahou and Col
legians Pammcl and Brash Also Shine Brilliantly tor
Hawaii Other Game Was See-saw Affair
.!..Mr, a stn.ishin;: cnni the)
P College ot Hawaii bLvokeil the
Punahou eleven Saturday aitcr
r.oon at Alexander Field by j score ot
21 to 0. Hill Davis. Famine! and Piash j
Were the hie stars for 'he winner.
while Peterson and Tcgue playeJ the
best same for I he losers. j
It was a pood battle from start to
finish and the score would have been 1
much smaller had the Punahou men
been able to withstand the fierce as
saults led by David in the third per
iod. For the early part of the game
the academy ladi were able to stem
thr tiAn nftr a fashion, brut tho re
peated attacks prmcd too much lor,
them when the second half came j
The first Hawaii touchdown tame
shortly after the kick off in. the sec
ond ha!f. Pammel flashed through
for the initial counter after a short
mix in Punahou's danger territory.
Davis kicked the goal.
Bromley made a 25 yard dash for
the next one and again Davis kicked
the goal. f
The third Hawaii touchdown came
right after the other two. Davis ran
wild through the Punahou line tor
three plays before he made the touch
and then finished the scoring by kick
ing tho third goal.
Hawaii Mariuchi. I.e.. Albrecht l.t,
Wung l.g., Chalmers c, Haysclden
r.g., Bromley i-.t., Jwanaga r.e., Ballcn
tyne Q., Davis l.h., Pammcl rh..
Punahou Fassoth I.e.. Lydgate l.t.,
Zane l.g.. Pratt c, Robinson r.g.. Alex
ander r.t., Baldwin r.e., Makikoa q.,
Pogue l.h., Kauhane r.h., Peterson f.
Kam-HI Game . t
The score, 14-0, at the end or the
Kam-McKInley game on Saturday
afternoon, was a distinct surprise to
the crowd that journeyed over to
Kamehameha. Field. It has been cx
nected. after the w a11ot)ins that Whit-
comb's boys received at the hands of
the college team, that their defeat oy
Kamehameha would be much worso
than the couple cf touchdowns which
Kara obtained."' - - ,
The . game started unfortunately for
tho Makikl squad, with Thompson laid
out at the first tackle after the kick
trtf. He was replaced by Ah Chow
Chun, who ran the team satisfactor
ily, though not as aggressively as the
captain would have done. .In the first
quarter no score resulted, and a lone
touchdown as the result of fumbling
by, McKinley came. to the . cadets in
WITH REDS TEAM
In a farewell game Saturday night
at the Armory the Alerla basketball
tpam wfnt down to defeat at the
hands of the Red3 by a score of 27
to' 21 points before a .crowd of 350
people. There were almost as many
ladies as men present to witness the
battle for a dance followed.
.' Ther entertainment was a farewell
party tb the Alerts .who may leave
for "somewhere" shortly. The pro
ceeds, after expenses have bean paid
will bo turned- over to the lied Cross.
It was a good game with the Beds
doing: the aggressive work. Albert
son's dribbling, and some hard shot
featured the match. Tho Reds drew
first blood on a foul basket, but be
fore the first half was weil. started
the Alerts, were leading. The Red
came back: running their score up to
21 and the best the Alerts could do
was bring tbeir's to 15 before tho
whistle. The Reds ran away with the
rest of the game.
The summary was as follows:
Reds McCarthy, right forward;
Wylie, left forward; Albright, center;
Pammel and Johnson, right guard;
McCrellis, left guard.
Alerts Clark, right forward; Ma
lone, left forward; Thorum, center;
Albertson, right guard; Clay and Han
sen, left guard. .
Field goals McCarthy, four; Wy
lie, three; Albrecht, three; McCrillla,
two; Clark, three; Thorum, three;
Clay, one; Malone, one.
Foul goal3 Wylie, three; Clark,
three; Thorum. three.
Mosber and Jackson, referee; Jack
son and Mosher. umpire; Kampert,
timekeeper; Hamilton, scorer.
Ten-minute periods, minute rest for
periods, seven for halves.
AUTO FACTORS TACKLE
The Auto Factors and the Printers
start rolling on the Y. M. C. A. alleys
for the week when they meet at 7:30
tonight. Wednesday night the Fed
erals and the Auto Factors roll and
Thursday night the Pineapple Factors
and the Sugar Factors come together.
This is the next to the last week of
the first series. On Monday, Novem
ber 12. the second series will begin.
The schedule for this series will . be
made out shortly by the bowling com
mittee of which O. P. Soares is chair
IN FAREWELL GO
tiic second ppiiod. Jones had hU j
punts lkckcr for the first time thit
. . .1.1. . Ida ITara Imvl r
seeming t solve the detente of-t&a
lisht high school line.
The aggressive" end. ToKioRa, maaa ;
liursclf a naaic in the lirst half by
his bird tackling. Horainger got
through the Kam defense a;wclL
showing himself an able successor to
Ching at center. . .
In the second half Thompson went
ba-k. i-ut he had hardly gotten the
team behind him when'Tsuklyama's
Itrd knee f.iild Hirn antye haH b
carried off the field. put Sato
at hull, an I the :o83 uVViUAi oaK-,
encd the ilefenso of: the McKinley
gnddcrs considerably. But the Kara
n en were no more fortunate In I he
liiartcr than they had been ik the
first, the period ending wlfttU9
score still 7-0. :v -
Suzuki. Thonipsou. Ilemlniffer, Tiu
kiyama and Jones were tti?rt ; toctuwl
stars, although the whole team plajed
a fighting game from start to finish.
Dawson's lino plunging ancf Hussey's
end running were the features of the
Kam offense, while on the defense
I ton u smashed through the McKink
i;ne at win. -
Kanehanieha Hus?ey .I.e., if. Clark
l.t, Hohu l.g., N. Clark c, Kanotiu.
r.g., Kauhane r.t. Fuller r.e.. facDt
q., Coleman th.. l.iwsoii V' ." - -McKinley
Sato U., Olivcrl
Chang l.g., Henunger c, Gchnug
Suzuki, r.e., Thompson g., Xua I.h.,
Tsukiyama r.h., Jones f. : H f .
IJ f Just like
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