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r : : Honolulu star-bulletin, Tuesday; October 3o, i9i: , -
Tom LoDffboat. Famous Maralhoner,
Ed Barrow of International Set
Mc Kin ley Girls' Basketball Squad
Killed In Action In Front
May Get Berth of Ban
Edited by MIKE JAY Zk ' 1
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'. NEW YORK. Oct. 20. The name of Edward G. Barrow, president of j
the International league, was pushed to the forefront in baseball gossip
hern last nlcht as the man to succeed Ban Johnson as president of the
American League when Mr. Johnson retires to enter the nation's military
service, which he announced a few days ago be would do.
: T will be in the trenches of France within six weeks. said Ban
Johnson yesterday. Barrow Is a veteran baseball man and has been both
ft player and a manager in the major leagues durinj? hi3 day. Barrow is I
recognized aft a baseball expert of rare ability and a fighter of the same j
type as Ban Johnson. 1 1
mm girls
The fair ones at McKinley ' high
school, not to be outdone by their
brothers of the gridiron are practis
ing hard for the annual basketball
scries with toe St. Andrew' priory
team. V This series itarta next
week, so that the girls, assisted br
one of the faculty, arf now bard at U
cn team work and signal practise.,
j ' Among those who are working out
under Gladys Stewart, captain of the
team, are Jane Holt, Marjorie Lee,
. Margaret Neely, Agnes McCandless,
Charlotte Stewart, Rose Robero, Ab
tie Prestldge and Doris Chalmers. ;;
WItU new backstops for their bas
kets and the court well lined, : the
squad Is showing the makings of a
good team of basketballers. A large
number are-turning out. for the tri
weekly practise and there Is enough
material for two good teams, from
which the captain and coach plan to
pick a team this week. .
The Line-Up V. ;V. : .
' ' The forwards are the captain. Miss
Stewart, and Jane Holt, -who is with,
out much experience but fast on her
feet-r She needs training for basket
footing with one'hand, but her team
vork is all right and she will make a
rood teammate for her captain.
Among the guards Marjprie7 Lee
stands out as one of the best.rMar'
caret Neely will make a good run for
the other position; but ; pressing her
hard for guard are Agnes McCandless
end Dorothy Ormlston. v
Miss McCandless -will make a fine
guard, as she has the height to cover
her.! forward,; but ' Dorothy; Ormlston
will bear watching for" thisi position,
- and it is difficult to say JW who will
be the lucky sirt plckedfor. thfi job.
This year McKinley looks -to have a
better chance at bringing, home' the
bacon than she has ever had before.
The schedule 8S arranged thus far
thows a game at the. Priory court on
November 9, and a return ; game at
McKinley the following ; week. The
rubber will be arranged later. In case
.one Is neceesary. :-
. The Freshmen' basketball team o
the' St. Louis College day scholars' tn
terclass league proved a poor match
for the Sophomores, the latter taking
the game , on Saturday fiy a score of
13 to 5. The winners had it over the
Freshles like -a tent From the start
to the finish they kept up a system of
passing that baffled their opponents.
The lineups and summary follow:
S6pbomores Lam WInj ' and King
Tan, forwards; Ruttman, center;
Gall. Camacho and Alana, guards.
Freshmen Fan Lnke and . Mat
thews, forwards ; Farden,' v center;
Fernandes and Ah Chong, guards. , ;
Uaskets Lam Wing, three; Rott
mann, two; Fun Luke, one. Foul goals
King Tan, one; Fun Luke, one.
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Company -D, 'srith r. Infantry, team
.came back yesterday at Schofield
Barracks and trimmed Company C
team by a score of 7 runs to 4, knot
; ting the series. In the game last Sun
day Company B lost to Company C
by a score' of 4 to 3. Johnson t and
Hayden pitched for the winners yes
terday while Jlobinson worked; for the
' defeated clan. V
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In the Transvaal provincial council
1 a nationalist member moved a resolu
tion approving of the British declara
tion that no peace is possible until the
independence of . small nations has
(Special SUr-BnUtie CorrMVondtac.)
The volleyball team of the Head
quarters Co.; 2nd Infantry, JnvadeJ
Leilehua yesterday afternoon, and
before D Battery, 1st F.,A. could get
their eyes opened, the Sbafterites
bad sneaked' off with three clean-cut
scalps. The scores were 21 to 11, 21
to 3,. and 21 to 1 2. ; The net playing
of Captain Broselr was particularly
brilliant, though Van Pelt, Orenby,
McClurg, Havey and Hosea also cov
ered themselves with leis of glory.4
Sergeant Thorp' outfit consisted
of Rourke,. Wells. Mirrup, Cobb, Col
lard and Cross. Sergeant Johns um
pired while Chaplain Fealy kept the
score. ' ; t. ' :. V: '.'.":
D Battery has challenged the
Headquarters Co. to a basketball
game to be played about November
15th in the" new gym. ' Now that the
muscle grinding factory is almost
completed, several organizations have
begun to train and provide gymnas
ium suits for Indoor sports.. V
Lieutenant Wallace of the 1st F. A.
has recently donated a complete in
door baseball equipment to the new
gym. The structure will be turned
over to the government about Novem
ber 15. ' ' " , 'j
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; Scotty Schuman's; Town Team is
teady for the first game next , Satur
daywith the Fort Kamebameha foot
ball eleven to be staged at 3:30 o'clock
at Molllil Park. . This promises to be
one of the besl games of the season.
Line-Up V:vrv-; '".v'-V ':'.V-;,'1
The Town Team line-up for the bat
tle has not been announced but Lthe
following players have been hard 'at
work preparing for the battle and are
confident of victory: - George Mcln
erny, Harry Bertelmann, Herbert Mc
Inerny.' Bill paty. Bill Inmaru A. Gil
man, Bill Rice. Hoale Sumner, Chuck
Smith. D. Machado, G. . Bertelmann,
Ed. Uu, Jim Aylett, En You Kau, F.
Cockett, .Noble Kauhane, Lloiiol
Brash and Scotty . Schuman. ;GIlman
was one of the men picked for the all
American team of 1915. :
? The Fort Kams have not yet given
out their line-up, ' but Lieut Tobln
promises to send in a squad that wifl
make , the Town Team play football
from start to finish. ,
Arrangements have been made with
the Oahu Railway and Land Co. to run
a special train from Fort Kamehame
ha to town on Saturday to bring the
fans and team from the fort for the
game. x. :; ' .v;: -' ;.' .. 1 k-:
In the Senior Boarders volleyball
league at St. Louis' college Saturday
only one game was played;; the All
Stars slaughtering the St. Louis team
to the tune of 15 to '2 in both sets.
Akl and rnhn scored for the Saints.
The game was fast, from the view
point of the winning team who piled
up the score rapidly; - !
In the junior play the Weaklings
won the first set, from the Diamonds
but lost out In the next twd. Vrende
burg was the star of the victors, ac
counting for 14 points. In the second
match' the . Second-to-Nones put ; it
over the Red Sox 15 to 1 and 13 to 9.
' been recognized, and expressing con
fidence that- this principle will be
I applied to South Africa.
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(Directly Overlooking Uie Volcano
' -v ' . i : ' , : of ; Kilauea) ; '. J.
teamer Mauna Kea sails every
Wednesday and Saturday
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TrtDnvTn vt -n Tom Lrmcboat. famous '! Canadian' maratron
Tunner Is reported to have Veen kil ed in action in France. : He went to
.h- r'nt ith the SDortsmen's battalion. The .news.---of his death came
in a letter from Tom Dailey. another member of the unicC, -The letter,
was dated September 23 and gave no details. . ; ,k . j
Tom Longboat was the greatest or American Indian runners. ine
longer the distance the better he liked it. and the only man who" ever
htm n th full marathan. when at his best, was Alfred JShrubb, the
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jim.nti rnrtiiimin. The two. proDaDiy tne createst marainon run-
ners of their time, were fast friends and deadly rivals. . -.. I
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; 'The McKinley High School girls' basketball squad In action (upper). They will meet the! St. Andrew's
Priory Qlrls in a three game series next week andi(lower)';tho;tquad'-vritlPvC0aeh--Bjrier,i'' First row, left to-right,
-Marjerle Lee.: Charlotte Stewart., Doris Chalmers,. W. W. Brier. cQach; Dorothy Orfnston, Rose Robera. Second
row Margaret Neely, : Gladys Stewart, captalh;; Abble. Prestldge .and Jane Holt. i , ; , - ; v;
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4 NEWlYORKrOct-SO. Matt
f - McGrath hurled the fifty-six 4
f pound weight just 43 feet 1 -f
f Inches' when he broke the world's
record at Travers island recent,
ly; The giant of the - New - Tork
4 Athletic Club added almost three: 4-
feet to", the old mark of 40 feet 4
f 2 inches made by John Flanni- 4
4 gan thirteen years ' ago. 4-4-V
The Irish star was the stellar "4
4 performer at the last of a series
4 of meets .' arranged by " the Mer-4
4 cury Foot organization for Uncle 4
4 Sam's boys. s- ; ' ' 4
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Breaking the ?YAM. C A. bowling
record for. total pinfall .the Auto Fac:
tors 'defeated the Printers last night
notching a figure of 2635. Each game
rolled by -the winners was over 800.
The scores - were: Auto .Factors,. SS6.
929, 820 and 2635. Printers, T70, $10,
778 and 2388; ; '
'Tinker was high manwith-589 and
also took the single game honors-with
214r - Williams of the Printers was
nextvwith a total of 559 and a single
game of 202. Tomorrow : night the
Federals meet the Auto "Factors.
Captain Scott of the M6 Basketball
club of the Y. M. CL.Arfs confident ot
bringing his team to victory, tonight
in the game with the Rookies. The
husky vViikm5on brothers are" Ir the
pink of condition and are two gool,
dependable guards. Auei bach and
Morgan, the two regular forwards
seem to be doing well in their posi
tions.'" Kenneth Decker, the latest ad
dition to the team, is scheduled ,-to
take Morgan's place at forward .while
Morgan wiirtry to fill Captain Scott j
position" at center. Scott has been
laid up with a pore thigh. "String
bean"' Scott certainly has the advan
tage, over all the other, intermediate,
centers, being over six feet. taU and
fast on his feet With him at center
and Auerbach and Dicker, holding
down tie-. -forward ' positions " the
Rookie .guards will have a job oh
their'hands. The M6 team have high
hopes' of 'coming ' through with the
championship and a clear 'record of
1000 per ; enL This team' won the
Intermediate championship last year.
Mike Jay's Jabs
L it' 1
Hezza Fishe Says:
If you
- Put on a
' Dark suit
-' For the day
Expecting rain
. Why It will
Be so hot
That you'll wish
You. had donned a
Light suit;; and If
You wear a light
Suit'it will pour
Like Niagara Falls
So What's the Use?
Bert Simmons failed to .allow the
Coast Defense more than two hits
last Sunday, but no alibi had to be of
fered for his failure.
WAILIKU. Maui. Oct. 26 Maui's win
ter sport schedule has been completed
and Is announced as follows:
Oct 24 Baseball. Sot Vs. Athletics.
Oct. 26 Volleyball. Giants, vs.-Cubs.
Oct. 29 Basketball. Athletics vs.
Oct. 31 BodJteball and Relays. Sot
vs. Cubs.
2 volleyball, Sox vs. Giants.
3 Baseball, Athletics vs. Cubs.
7 Basketball, Sox vs. Athlet
ics. 9 Dodseball and Relays, Giants
vs. Cubs.
Nov. 12 Baseball, Athletics vs. Gianti
Nov. 14 Volleyball. Sox vs. Cubs.
Nov. 16 Dodgeball and Relays, 43ox
vs. Giants.'
Nov. 19 Basketball, Athletics vs.
Nov. 21 Volleyball. Athletics vs. Sox.
Nov. 23 Basketball, Giants vs.: Cobs:
Nov. 26 Dodgeballnd Relays, Ath
letics -s Giants.
Nov 2S Baseball, Sox vs Cubs
Nov CO Basketball, Sox vs. Giants.
Dec. 3 Volleyball, Athletics vs.
Cubs.' . ,
5 Dodgehall and Relays, Sox
vs. Athletics. ;V
7 Baseball. Giants vs. Cubs.
10 Vplieyball, Athletics VS.
' Giants. ; .;.;.--Dec.
12 Basketball, Sox vs.ubs. ,
Dec. 1 4 Baseball. Sox vs. "Giants; ; V ;
Dec. 17 Dodgeball and Relay Ath
letics vs. Cubs S: . J ;
5 New York Social Note After, an ab
sence of several years Mr. Miller Hug
gins, .the well known diamond expert,
will return from the South.
- LOS ANGELES. Oct. 19. "It
is a safe bet pianos to peanuts -f
4- that Portland will , be out . ot f
f the league next season' accrtrd- 4
f ;ing to a Pacific- Coast League
high-up's ' way ; of thinking. More- -f
4 ' over, this same personage has a 4-4-'
"hunch" that the season will be
4 shortened, some, five weeks, all
4- of which .-will 'com to pass at a
4 special meeting . of the league
4 planned for .San- Francisco one .'
4-' week; after the" close i of the sea -f
son. Johnny Powers, Torn : Dar-
f , mody and Henry Berry conferred
4- here and confirmed plans for
the meeting today. ' ; -f
f. 4. 4 4 4; 4- 4- -f -f -f.
A new tax has been suggested, but
we 'believe: that '4 taxing, the credulity
of wrestling fans would net yield the
1 Government, a Jitney as that commod
ity is aireaay carrying - a promotive
imposition, r - - ' '
They're'hurrying up with thpse foot
bali games in New York state as fight
ing Js, to be- prohibited, after Wedns-1
f " . .
He-told us that he rrjade that Moana
lua course in eighty-two and, by Heck,
we forget to ask him if he meant
strokes or hours.
i ;W admit that Csaeh Midkiff knows
football backwards arid that's the way
Punahou played it last Saturday. -
Four of the 'Intermediate teams mix
1 j it un; tonight "at the Y.' M. O A. -Games
Hall, the Rookies versus the I6r and
the WaanlngtOns against . the 43. R.'s.
Tlie first game-will be called at 7:30.
.To date the G.R. and-the M6 teams
have, beea showing the most.' class,
and tneXG,' R." teamV is Jeading; the
league wth , twq games .to its credit.
;The .'line up for the .., first ; game
Rookies :; "Smith, ; rf; ' Rodrigues, - If ;
Canarfor c; Jtosa.-rg; Serrao !g.: The
M6: K. V Decker. rf ; Auerbach. If;
Scott, c; : Wilkinson,. rg; , Wilkin
son. Ig. The Washingtons - will play:
Kai Luke rf ; M. K. Ching.- It; Aitn
Duhn. c; ' F.' A." Sing, rg; Yen ; Ching,
hz-'The-G. R.' lineup: McCluskcy, rf;
Fritschi, If; Clinton, ,c; M. Borthwick,
rg;' Keppeler 1" ; . . .
The "standing of -the team's :
Team-r- . . : ' Won. Lost.
' The fast Ehlers . team went Oown
to defeat a second time at the hands
of the WaipahU' Japanese ;baseball
team on Sunday at Athletic park, the
score being. 5 to 4 Both ilayed good
ball. . F. ' Rodrigues was the hero fcr
the losers, cracking the pill for four
bases. - The losers are anxious to get
another try at the Japanese and ' a
game- will probably be stage-1 1 nest
Sundav bv the two squads at Athletic
Aviators are bothered by pockets in
the air. but air in the pockets is what
annoys most folks.
". No,' stupid they're not called fans
because they circulate-hot air.
: Owing to the increase of the price
f candy there more than one mar
ried. man comes home these days and
tells hrs' wife "he didn't . bring -any
sweets- because she's the sweetiest
thing; don't you. know?
the. violinist, wnjlehe , never had any
technique, played with great fire;
(Sylvester, the salt) C
CHICAGO, Oct 19. Charles A.
Comiskey, owner of the Chicago
Americans, winners of the world's
championship, - and a party of sixty
friends,"- departed tonight- for Camp
Jerome, near Mercer : -Wisconsin," to
celebrate, the -White So?; victory.
Clarence-Rowland,' t 'manager; of the
club,vwas in the party,
- They : win vjend two. weekr at . the
hunting reservationr whtcn is owned
by the Woodland Bards, an organiza
tion comncsed of Comiskey's personal
Markham's Makiki Stars took a
close and exciting game from the
Royal Hawaiian garage team on Sun
day morning at.: Makiki . field. Th
Royal Hawaiians held thjs lead all th
way up to the last tihninir'Ty lb
score of 6 to 4, and lost out in the
last half of the ninth when the "Ma
kikis made three runs, and won by a
score of 7 to 6. ' The lineup of tho
winners is as follows: H. Markham,
A. Markham. N. Markham, A. Kong,
R. Kong. Perry, W. Smith, J. Halle,
l. Young. : :; :;.; . . ; . :" .
(SpMUl SUr BulTia CrrMttB4tae)
seniors lost one chance of takintTSe
pennant of the Mills interclasstcca
gue yesterday morning when the boys
of the grammar school department
took the game by a score of 11 to 8.
The winners were heavy hitters and
never had trouble in pounding th;
senior slabstcrs. The upper ' class
men sent in a team of players who
were young at the game and that
may have been the reason for the de
feat. Four boys of the losers were
unable to play when the game start
ed. These boys are members of th
National Guard and; they had to re
port for duty carrying guns instead -of
"baseball bats. - : , ; r v
However, the seniors have not lost
hope for the pennant as the series
has not yet ended. The . sophomor
nine is now tied with the seniors for
first; honors with three wins and two
defeats ' As far as the outlook ; la (
concerned, the seniors should cinch
the flag. The Sophs are poor hitters
and with a weak pitcher their' hope of.
taking the pennant is but a dream.
This game will be played some time
this'. week and after that -baseball
will be given a vacation until next
spring. .... i.V.---.'-.:- v;;'::-,";'"-: r'i
Basketball is the next sport to-be
introduced at Mills this year . and ;
when the basketball season comes HiJb
Manoa institute will" send, in a tcm
against other school teams, of the
city. : ; '.''' " y',':"7::-':-
Line-Ups :
The: boys who played in - yester
day's game were as follows: ' f ;
Scnrore---CharIes Ho, c f.; WaUst,
Sb, Ah Fong, ss.: Sunny, 88 p.; Yap,
lb.; Shlnkawa, If.; Takemoto, 2b.;
Lee. rf.t Izuml, c, and Kim Fong
Chong, rf.- . ..; -. " !"
Grammar school LJn v Fat, 3b. ;
Tom, p.: Sera, 2b. -- Liberate, c;
Sung, lb.; Ishlmnra. ss.; Chong.: rf.;
Hashlgawa, tf.; Wah" Sheong, If. ; ,
(C A O)
Sapolio, tKe great labor
saver. It makes kitchen
u tensils, marblej paint
ed woodvvork and xut
'; ; lery4ook like nevvv ; J :
Sold cycryiYhcrc; ; r
I 4
g. r.;
Rookies .... :
Knights of Kamebameha . . ,
Washingtons ; . ."v. . . ... . .
M. Duprey le Mansols, staff paymas
ter, who has -been placed .at; the dis
posal of the French high commission-,
er in London,': has been 'prompted to '
the raiik: of.; fleet paymaster ' for ; ex
ceptional' senlces rendered- to -the
navy. -i-' '..'- - ,
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