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HONOLULU STAE-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1917.,
EIGHT fcW fry MC JAY - ; fflJDDDS V V i s a Ii I hi OAHU FOOTBALL DLEISFIXEI AHU LEAGUE football pilikias are 1 all straightened out, according to J Dick Whitcomb of the Y. M. C. A. team. The teams are all playing ;' just as they started the season and - there have ; been no changes in- any . lineups. Any talk of a Coast Defense ? consolidation has been dropped, and i hA 22nd' trill meet the same team Sundav, that the Town Team met in r. Honolulu last Saturday. ; -Consequently there will be no meet- : ing of the Oahu Football League to- ? night. Next year, pernaps, tne uoast Defense will consolidate, but notjdur I Mns - this - season of . play. Games scheduled for this week are: Tomor row. thXJTown Team against the 1st ,- Field Artillery; - Sunday, the 32nd ' against Fort Kamehameha at Fort Kamehameha, and the 4th Cavalry : against the 1st Infntry at Schofield. I The following Saturday the Y. M. C. A.' and the Cavalry meet in Honolulu, while the 1st Infantry and Fort - Kamehameha play' at Schofield. J Thanksgiving Day games are be- ' tween the Town Team and the Y. M. C. A. at Honolulu, and the 1st Infantry against ' the 32nd at Scho- field.: - ;'.'V "' '',''.' i Schofield Report i SCOF1ELD BARRACKS, Nov. 7. 1 The disbanding of the Y. M: C. A. foot t ball squad, of the Oahu league through the edict prohibiting service men ! playing with local teams,, and the con- 6cquent reorganization of the Kanie- hameha eleven- by absorbing ; several , of the star service men who played W ilU Uie I' lu UIO VlVUlll& fcaxuc wi i ' Saturday, promises pillkia for the ? tngnm nrntPsts fltrnlnKf this, acilonl AVUg UVf W W . -W w- have been lodged, by several of the other elevens and a special meeting of the executive committee has been called for Friday to clear the eitua- ; tion- '. - ' The Claim ,,' r ':.;). The action of Kamehameha, is Is - claimed by managers and coaches of other elevens; Is not in accord with C the agreement ratified at the forma- - tion -of the league. The teams, en tered were to ba bona fide, that. Is in-; j fantry teams iWero to be composed' of members of individual rfigiments, ' coast artiUery men were to. represent their particular garrison, etc.,' and the action of Kamehameha 'J. in securing i the service of Davis, Albright; Rob J erts, Cummins and Camper, stationed -.'tv at ot.her coast defense forts, 13 declar j ed to be a violation of the spirit f tife rules of the league. - v I Explanation ' j - The . explanation has been offered that this action ; was necessary to more clearly compare with the regi- T mental formation . of. the 'Infantry teams. Discrepancy is apparent in . . this assertion when a cursory glance arthe list of candidate of ,the reor gahized Kamehameha eleven reveals 27 names of that garrison, four ' of Fort Ruger and one of Fort Arm ; strong. ' If this be a representative I Coast Defense team where does Fort - De Russy head In? This post has turned out some pretty good elevens. - Also It would appear that Ruger and Armstrong were entitled to more rep ' resentation. However, no uoubt, the ' j right material from other coast de- ; f ense garrisons will be forthc9mlng and a strong elevenr developed under MUD Oh stinted E conomy Phone 4911 Honolulu Star-Bulletin "Quality Printing Quiclc" Walter Johnson Deal Already Made, Says AN FRANCISCO, Oct. 39. Charles A "Swede" Risberg of the worlds champions, f Chicago White Sox, speaking of next, season's prospects, says: ; '.A "The one club wo will have to beat next season will be Cleveland. ' It is not generally .. known X that Walter Johnson has been sold to the -Cleveland club- I can say on the best au thority that Johnson will pitch for Cleveland next year. ' ' t ? "With Johnson pitching for Cleve- UnA ; ran nv-nprt a tonirh battle, Johnson alone should put Cleveland in the race" X'hX ' - . :" ; '' "Boston will lose some of its play ers, I think. - Jack Barry will undoubt edly go after young talent for. next season. : Unless St. Louis is fortunate in its young players , this spring I do 4 tttttt ;- rXX -V' xX?X.X:: ,-;; McKINLEY GIRLS PLAY t SAINT ANDREWS TODAY ;xx u;;;xvx f ; : At 3:43 o'clock this afternoon ; the McKinley high school girls' i basketball team will meet - the St. Andrews Priory girls on the j McKinley court in the first game . of a three-game series. The Priory players ; will -be 7Edith ; Thoene, Lily Kahoa,. Doris Moss- f man, Frieda : Kuhlmann; Mabel -f May and; Lucy Seong. The 'Mc- Kinley girls': team will be Jane : Holt, Gladys - Stewart, Margaret Neely, Charlotte: Stewart; Rose f.Robero, Marjorle Lee, Dorothy Ormiston and Olga : Lloyd. The series will be for the champion- ;4 ship between the two schools. r v 4 . 9 ISt . t . ii try n o M QOPHD J UIM lUnO llM OUrnUO , IN FINAL SERIES GO .Tlie final game f in thc, basketball series at ,St. Louis college was played 3'esterday,v the Juniors winning from the Sophomoresby a score of 11 to S. The teams were": ' j v Juniors Wong and Ho, forwards; Macconnel and McQueen, centers; Chun and Young,, guards. v ; f Sophomores Lamb AVing and King Tan, ,;" forwards; You Bun, center; Alani, Call, brothers, Hjorth and Ca macho, guards. . , - . ; vv-.K-;1:--: . Field baskets Wong- lid,' two; Macconnel, one; : Young,; one; 'Lamb Wing, one-King "Tan, one; ,Yoi Bun, one. Foul baskets Macconnel, one; Lamb Wing, one; King Tan, "one. ; the name cf Coast Defense Football Team. . ' Should Be Settled - No doubt resolutions will be enacted at the special meeting ; which will more clearly define the status of elig ibles for the various elevens and from the spectators' ' point of -view the Coast Defense seem to have the better of the argument. The average in fantry regiment outnumbers a coast defense garrison eight or ten to cno; w'hich neceslarily does not fgivo the gunners the wealth of material to se lect from, but, as stated before, no such provisions ; were enacted at the meeting called to form the league and such action will have to be forthcom ing at the special session. The in fantry and cavalrymen va'm Coast Defense should have given tile foregoing consideration several weeks ago and not wait for the disbanding cf one of the teams. "P CONOAlYisthewatch ' word in our national life today. Tt means to get the maximum return from every dollar spent. True economy . does not mean to stop spending money., "Spend it wisely,' Vis its injunction. There isino truer econ omy than spending money wisely for printed literature. And remember that first im pressions are the most last ing. r Goes to Indians XK i not think they will be in the race. "The New York Yankees is a' hard club to dope.- One day they, play like champions; another like sandlotters. But the club as a whole seems to lack the old punch.. si; "The Athletics were the real sur prise of the season. Bodie, Bates and Noyes were a great help. :o Connie Mack will have a winner in a; lew years more. "Eddie Collins as in me cuiut has not as vet secured exemption, ue may experience auncuiiy in uoiut, su. ."Outside of CoUms mere is na uuuui as to our line-up next year. It will be the same a3 the one that went througli the' league this year. The other club3 will all suffer more or les3 f rom : the draft." . Tunahou's tale of hard luck through the loss of players sounds to the once large McKinley squad like the playing of a onestep at a confirmation service or one of Coach Dobie's, formerly of Washingtons, oft-sounded prophecies' of defeat. On the Black and Gold field they Jong ago' stopped commenting when a player was carried off to the hospital or stopped from, the game by his parents. : ;:-j:,'.' The fact that Pratt, Mahikoa, Zane; Fassoth and Robinson are not playing should put pep into the McKinley teem, but they have suffered 'too heavily through 4.heir own losses.' Here are some of the trials and troubles of the McKinley outfit: : AA:Uy, McKinley Luck " v : f -.At the start of the season; Robert Boyd, all-scholastic fullback, and Me lim, on the all-star eleven at; center, had answered the call of their country and did not show up for practise.' Be fore any games were played Wikander, upon whom a season of coaching; was sient last year, broke his collarbone. Before many days were by Waltei Akana, one of the three regulars left from -last year's squad, broke; his an kle.' Just as the nerty Akana recov ered from his broken ankle he caught the mumps, a young epidemic of which seems , to have hit McKinley lately. He is out. VrA::---- h 7"J Just- as the tackle situation began to ' look s hopeful -. .; McTaggert,: wlm showed signs of promise at left tackle, broke his leg just abpve the knee i and lies on his back today in Queen's Hos pital, wondering why his; teammates do not make a better showing. He has also contracted the mumps, Ching Chong, who started the season at cen ter, has not donned the moleskins since the first Punahou game, having a rib . broken in that contest. Jacob son, the other prospect for tackle, has been out for the last three games with a bad charleynorse and probably can not jplay tomorrow. ; , Another One Chomatsu Tsukiyama, another vet eran from last year's tem, has not played in more than a half of any game this 'season, as the . first Kame hameha game gave him .an injured knee that is readily hurt; M6nday of this week Chillion Jones, freshman in the high school, who has developed into one of. the ,best full backs in the league, was ordered to bed, by the doctor. Reason mumps. Jones is out of the game. .' ' Ta cap the climax, following ihe ac cident lalt Saturday y to Mariuchi, Haile, substitute fullback; Kondo and Tokioka, ends, and one or two of the lesser lights were ordered by. their parents to forego the game of foot ball. - -;,,;;,.:.;: Despite this tale of accidents the McKinley team will be in the game against Punahou with 4 eleven :men, most of tliem brought up from the third team, but determined just : Uie same : to show real football, even though fighting . against v superior weight and experience. Punahou has a tale of woe but so has McKinley, a real one. . -A' A::: :-. - ;. .. ' Among Honolulans 1 who hare re turned from - the . mainland . are Mrs. C. M, Ely, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fernandez, Mr. and Mrs. August Hane berg, Mrs. R. A. McWayne, Mr. and "Mrs.' J am es p. - M organ and : Attorney W. B. Pittman. ' FRETFUL BABIES W NEED A LAXATIVE - When your baby is cross ami fretful the chances are it is : constipated and that a mild laxative is all that is neces sary to znake it comfortahle and happy Inactive bowels are the r cause of as much" discomfort" to children as to older people, and .unlesaj the condition -is promptly relieved is very apt to develop serious illness.' "A;0c' .-A .V--. For children there As nothing that prill act 'more easily than the.combina iicn of simple laiative Kerbs with pep sin that is sold in drug stores tinder the name of . Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It does;: not; gripe and , is ; free, from opiate or narcotic drugs, is pleasant to the taste, and positively effective; chil dren the it and take it readily. - If you have never tried this simple Inexpensive remedy,' get a bottle of Dr.; Caldwell's Symp Pepsin from, your druggist and have it in the house to use thejsext time'snyvef the children seem out of sorts. A trial bottle camibe'ob tained,' free of charge, by writing to Dr.-W.t B. CaldwelL 456 JVashingtpa St., Monticello.'UliaoiS; - : " - ; r Risberg PUNAHOU STORY like Jay's Jabs WHAT'S THE USE?, H. Joe Kuhs Says: If you stay Here for The winter You get wet And if .you . Co to California You freeze ':.; To death So, " What's the Use, ; Bo, : What's the Use? There's one thing in favor. of these islands as a baseball spring training tamp, The teams have to come via water which is the proper liquid fo any-athlete to travel on. v But It still remains a fact that the swimmer is the only bird who can get up any excitement on water. A yachtsman can get up a lot of ex citement on water but it must be served on the sideof the deck, and of the table. ' ? "The public loves a winner," Oft, oft," and then some more, We've heard that cry re-echo' From east to western shore. "The public loves a winner," Who buys the eats and wine, But when he is a leser, They kick'hlm in the spinel The illness from which the New York stock market has suffered in the last two days seems to be the ill in Maxlmilist. Dear Goff, no biting Is allowed In the Oahu league football games, un derstand ? Strictly vegetarian rules prevail. AThe majority of the Coast league moguls seem to have about as much use for" Portland as a chess team for a stadium. , Seems sortta funny to hear that W boxer of Johnny Kilbane'8 reputation is going to fight for the country and not a word mentioned about gate re ceipts. A Accord! ng to an Eastern exchange war has ; more or less killed trfe vrestling came. Vell, war has its bright side, boys. :? ' Ar.'"' SUGAR FACTORS UPSET - DOPE AND SPILL BEANS BY BEATING FEDERALS ; C. H. Atherton's Sugar Factors spilled all 'the.-beans and upset all the 'dope on the Y. M. C. A. Alleys last night when they took three gamos and total pinf all away from the strong Federal pintet. The Fed erals; have' been carrying everything before 1 them thrcughoutuhe first ser ies' and the Sugar Factors have led the league "from the cellar stand point, but both teams reverted to type last night and an upheaval re sulted. Splits that have always gone to the sugar interests before and strikes that ; only the Federals could make changed places, and the games be longed to the capitalists from the start. The Score Sugar Factors Gear Kecff 133 ITS 107 176 . 110 173 171 193 146 162 1SS 169 56'J 437 459 537 491 Atherton . Woolaway: Pong Totals i i Federals S17 771 S58 2476 'V' Ottovacht.'r.y,-;. I-Ietchejr Vi.iv... Sheibela ......... Gcndell ...... ... . Henley .. ... . .. . Totals ... 129 134 1G1 . 141 180 ir3 92 117 171 174 174 128 139 189 4S3 461 371 519 501 41 S04 2315 TWO BASKETBALL GAMES ON CARD AT Y. TONIGHT The Reds meet Foit Kamehameha and the x Navy and the Greys mix in tonight's Senior league basketball at the Y. M. C. A. As both the Reds and the Fort Kam men have fallen be fore the Naval A Hospital, the game should be a tight one, although tho Fort Kamehameha quintet lost by the largest margin, the Reds dropping be hind by only three points. f The Naval Hospital will have a fast open game when they meet the Greys. The -Greys, the; Hospital, and the Goodyears .are the open pl3y teams in the: league, and tonight's game should be an exhibition of fast open work. The first game will start at 7:30 and the second at about 8:30. STA R-'J LLEV. N Gives, YO'J t TC O A Y ; EWS TODAY mi Drink . IRON PORT at all ; fcuntalno It calls .: up thoughts of coollni shades"; and spring-fed . brooks. . ; Ml - ,- - n Half a Dozen Foptball Games on Tap Fans Get Their Fill This Veek-End r"OUR football games "will be' Btagedldiers are picked to win, the Townles I lomorrow and two more on Sunday, making half a dozen eames In all for the week-end.: The list is as follows r Saturday 25th Infantry ,vs. 2nd In fantry; Schuman's ; Town Team vs. 1st ; Field Artillery; : Kamehameha School vs. Melim's Town Team, and McKinley vs. Pjmahou. V Sunday 1st Infantry vs; 4th Cavalry and 32nd Infantry vs. Coast Defense. i i y .' Of tho fnni eraTrica" CattiHt w n -1t Kam fifiM T,d fhh o w0..i Kam field and the other at Alexander field. Both - Sunday games ;; will . be staged at armyposts. ; Af'A . The curtain raiser at- Moiliili field will be between Capt. Carr's 25th j w i sa auu . iue ; ,uu t iiiLa.lli.Vj squad of Fort Shatter. The ' game will commence at 1:45 o'clock, i The Shatter, team Is an unknown quantity, but can be expected ' to give Carr's men a run for it. ; Th'e second game of the double header should be the drawing card. "Scotty" Schuman's " winiess wonders will endeavor , to do a comeback to the victory : column. They will - take t on the 1st Field Artillery eleven of Scho field Barracks. Now, while . the sol- t ; -'; ' : ' : :-A - A -: m ?".tl- A ,vv ;.- RACING YACHT HAWAI I ?V f TO BE SOLD TOMORROW r-, -'t.:: At noon tomorrow in: the auc f tion . rooms of the J. F. Morgan 4 Co., the famous transpacific rac- L Ing- yacht Hawaii ; will come un- -f der the auctioneer's, hammer r to -f be knocked down to the highest 4r -f bidder . The yacht is in , vary f good condition with a fine set of -f -f sails, and with the exception of -f needed water tanks, the original f ones having, been worn out, Is f ready to go" to sea. .The hulls f and spars are ix good condition -f although the yacht has not been 4- on the ways for some ir time. -f There should be - some spirited 4: -f - bidding for the boat tomorrow. ; DOUBLES PLAY, OPENS ' ' IN HAWAIIAN TENNIS : PATRIOTIC TOURNEY riay In the doubles Of the Hawaiian Datriotic tennis : tourney : opened yea- tprdav afternoon on3 the Beretania courts: H. Obye and M. Uno of 1 the Nuuonu Y. M.; C. A. defeated; Larky and Watertiouse C-2 7-5. The Japanese net stars tcok the first, set easily but were given a run in the second set.T; The winners will play - against Steere and Barnes at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon on the courts of the Ha waii Polo & Racing ; association at Kapiolani' park. ; ' -; i V;- The other matches for today will-be as follows: , . ;.','; ' , .: ; 4:30 p.. m. Tanaka and .Wong against Castle and Eklund at Bere taflia courts. . y 4:15 p. : m. Hoogs and Hoogs against Wilder and GIrdler at Kapio lani park. :.; ;. .;;.; ; ; -. - Three matches will be played to morrow ; afternoon, all on the Polo courts, as follows: ':, ';' 2:30 ; p. m. Challenge round sin gles, Eklund ts. ctstie. . a ori!n;i.m'. Doubles, winners of Wong and Tanaka vs. Castle and Ek lund match against winners oi we and Uno vs. Steere and Barnes match 4:00 p. m. Doubles, Page and -Allen against Richards and Warren. CAVALRY, ENGINEERS, AERONAUTS WIN OUT ; IN. "Y" GAMES HALL ; Last night the Boys' Department of the Y. M. C. A. was the scene of un usual excitement and 'activity. , The regular Thursday night program brought out over 35 employed boys. Six live clubs have been organized and- are starting out a year of .various interesting activities. ; Each club yoit a team in the games hall and took part in the Army and Navy series now going "on. ' -;. " ::. ;; f-. . ., The games ladt night were hard fought and the fighting continued un til the last whistle ; was sounded. When 'tho smoke of the battle cleared the victors proved to be the Cavalry, Engineers and Aeronauts over the Marines, Infantry and Artillery re spectively. 1 : The men who upheld the honor of te clubs were as followsr , Infantry C Dudoit, T. Chong, J. Machado, A. Ruething, Y. Ho and Ha shimoto. Aeronauts J Pacheco, J. Felix, J. Silva, M. Nobriga, and .H. Wise. Cavalry A. Kaleikau, C. Kaa lele, M. Andrade, C Kaleikau, F. Lum, and M. Kekahio. Engineers Y. Lee, T. Char. T. Chook, K. Lung, B. Yee, M; Fung, and K. Young. . Marines-rE. Smith, J. Braga, P. Cambra, H. Kia, B. Alves, M. Vierra.- ArUllery W. King, A. Luke, T. Yee, II. Wong, H, Put P. Leong, and W. K.'Chew. BALDWIN TO GO News comes from San Francisco that Portland is likely to lose -one -of its catchers next year, a man who had been counted as one of the regulars of 4he. 1918 .team. - - " Red Baldwin," jwho has been catch ing good ball for the Beavers sinc he was purchased from Spokane, was caught In the draft and went before an examining board at , Oakland last week.. I' . t Mr. Smith is coming to Honolulu Adv. - ' :;: -c;;,'r-. r ;: have been putting In some hard licks and will have a crowd boosting them alon" x' A 4" : Harry; Melim's Town - Team will journey iout to Kamehameha liehi to tackle the Kam ; cadets. " The game will start at :3: 43 o'clock. The Kam team has been going great in practise lately and should give the Mellm ag gregation a stiff battle. ' '' The fourth game of Saturday's card Alexander field at 3:Sociock, Mid- kiff's crew will go into the game short of its besV men, which will glvo the Mckinley men' a. chance to make one itrimming this seasoa. In-'Sundav Games Both of the Sunday games will be out of town. The. 32nd Infantry, team will journey to Fort Kamehameha to meet - the ' newly organized Coast De fense team. 'The 32nd eleven was trimmed "by the Y. M. C. A.' last Sat urday and the team is anxious to break into the tdp row. ' At. Schofield Sunday the 1st Infantry team and the 1 4th Cavalry will meet for a mix. ' Both teams are unknown quantities, but a good game is ex pected. ; . ;:-: ;.-;:;; ;;;', ;;" " "v--;; ' !;-'XA 32NDS-8N EDGE SCHOFIELD . BARRACICS. : Nov; 0. The 32nd Infantry; football team journeys to Fort Kamehameha and mixes with the eleven of that post on Sundayi ; Botlr teaui3 are on edge for the game, the artillerymen being es pecially; anxious to annex another win while ' the doughboys iare anxious to redeem themselves for last Saturday's defeat whAi the Y- M. C. A. trounced them to a 19'to 6 tune." ,' . - "',!; - Lieutenant Bracken had his charges I out daily : for grueling practise ' and caunoL imu any; piausiuic icasuu iui tfieir defeat" at-the hands of the "Y,M only that the boys "were too confident and needed a beating ' to take - out some of the - over-confidence. Practi cally the "same team that opposed the Y. Mi a- A. last Saturday will appear against the artillerymen: R. e., Stine; r. U Chester; T.rg;, Allen rvT.r Bunker? L:g Gill ; 1. U Mayo l l. e.5 Bruan ; ; b., Matliias ; . r. h. b Flelschman; 1. h b Steger ; f. b Tuszinski or Rasquin. No game is scheduled for Schofield Saturday, but the 1st Infantry : and Cavalry elevens will clash on Sunday afternoon. Neither: of the squads have as yet made their debut and the showing of the teams is awaited .with interest : by the. rooters at the posL' BtJXTWOlGAMESTODAYS? . IN Y. M. C. A. HANDICAP ''y TENNIS TOURNAMENT - There will be only two matches staged today in the Y. M. C. A. hand icap "tennis tourney at the Atherton courts, i They will start at 4 . o'clock and will be played between Dr. R. D. Williams and L. A. Henke and M. L. Copeland and L. J. Hurd. In yesterday's play A. E. Larimer won from Alatau Wilder, 6-0,- 6-4. Wil der had the better strokes but Lari mer was, steadier and covered more ground. T:--.: AyAAp: r'z- ;-' ..Harold Hill and Ralph Cutbbcrtson played a three-set match which; had to be called on account of darkness. Cuthbertson i won th0 5 first set 9-7. Hill took the second 6-0. Cuthbertson led S-2 in the third when; Umpire Johnston- ruled it was too dark for further play. ; ' - v"'-'r The matches Saturday .will bet . v 2 : 00 p.; m.M.;.G. Johnston VS. A. 3:00 p. m William Punohou vs.' C A! Pease; Ralph, cuthbertson vs. Har old Hill (one set IncompIeteL ; . 4:00 p. -m. George, B. Henderson vs. E. a.Merrili. ; . ;: : ' : ' . MO NUMENT TO' F1TZ. : CHICAGO, Oct 30. A monument to Robert L. Fitzsimmons, who died here recently,? has been proposed. Lou ' Zimmerman, Charles Burns and others have commenced .raising funds to be used to perpetuate the memory of the former great ring champion. n ; TO mmm (Directly Overlooking the Volcano ' of Kilauea) . . mm. ' COVERS ALL EXPENSES . . - t - . . -. - . , " - i "!-( . . . t . - -: r ; - - -.- ' " . - ;. - Steamer Manna Kca sails every ' Wednesday and Saturday , liiiiilliiiLLl"; 1L li) HUGE SUCCESS ' tSpsdal SU?-2nlIrtla Corrtr9adeac.) WAILUKTJ, Not. 7. Puuneas wit nessed a lively scene last Saturdiy evening, when the swimming meet be tween Maui High School and th& Al exander House Gymnasium, took place. The spacious benches. on both sides of the tank were filled with interested spectators. Sergt G. A: Wetzel was both ; announcer and starter. John -Nelson, George "Murray and . Alfred Hansen were the committee of judges. First of Year ' - The meeting was the first of this year, and during the next few months two more meets will be arranged to y comply with the conditions of the' firms of H. F. Wichman L Co. and Wall '& Dougherty, who have given two handsome trophies, one to " the team of boys who win the most points and also one to the team of girls who come out ahead In "two'out of threa series: The contesting teams are ths girls of the Maul High School vers-u3 the girls of the Alexander House Gpn nasium of Wailukn, and the boys ; of the one institatlon against a team ot boys from the - other. In Saturday's meet tho total score of. the high school was 65 points to thetotal of the gym nasium of 53 points.' The boys' team of the high won over the boys of the gymnasium . by a score of 45 to 23, whilethe girls of the gymnasium teafa won ' over the high .school girls . by a, score of 2D to 21. :. -. .. ' - Results : t -" '; ' : ' ' " The events with thej scores through out the evening were as follows: " 25-yard dash (boys) Nils Tavares 1st, H. S.;' Willit Kalihua 2nd, W.J ' Ted Hair 3rd, H. S. Time, 13 sec. . 75-foot dash (girls) T-Karina Wilbur 1st; W.; " Bessie' Lindsay 2nd, H. S.; Mary Hart 3d, W. Time, 16 sec. 25-yard underwater ' (boys) Enos 1st,; Wr Nils Tavares 2nd, H. S.; S vath Boyum 3rd, H." S. Time, 20 sec . Plunging ( girls) r-OIava Hansen lit, H. S.; Althea Ca'se 2nd, U. S.; Karica Wilbur 3rd, W. . Time, 27 sec. v ' 50-yard " dash (boys) First heat: Ted Hair 1st, H. S.; Nils' Tavares 2nd, H. S.: Reuben Goodness 3d. W. ; Tine, 29 '2-5: ; Second heat: Willie Kalihua 1st, W.r ack Walker 2nd, H. S.; Ed-....-ward Walsh 3rd, IL. S, - Time, - 2Hess nhalsWniietKalihuarisC NIU. Tavares 2nd, ri: S, Ted Hair 4Srd, II. fS. ITuie, 28 2-3. . .. ; ' 50-foot dash (s!r. 5 Bessie Lindsay " 1st, H. S.; Gladys Halt 2nd, W.; H Jicn . Howell 3rd, W. Time, 12 3-5. Diving (boys) Alfred. Do Rego lsU W.; Sevath Boyum 2nd, IL-S.; Harry rap'ue 2rd, W. . . , - .' . -Diving (girls) Karina Wilbur Ut, W.; Althea Case 2nd, II. S.; Thclma Boyum 3rd, H. S. -' ' ;;.- . 25-yard baclalroke (boys) Edwird Walsh 1st, H. S.; ; Reuben Goodness 2nd. W.; Jack. Waller 3rd, H. S. Tlae; 15 2-3.-"- , ' , . Relay: race' (girls) Karina Wilbur, W- won this race. . ; : - . " Plunging (boys) -Jack Walker 1st, H.f Sv; - Edward : Walsh 2nd IL: S.; Kaial Waapa.Srd. W. ' . : : Relay race (boys) Jack Walker of IL S. won this race. ,; . : - ' 1 : The high school pupils did remark ably well with their songs and cheers conducted by David Kapohahimoiswi VENUS Ii Jbouzhtby all who want the best, 17 perfect black degrees. and '2 'copying for every pos sible purpose. T -- : EUie Band ' VELVET PENCIL Scprtnw ia its Cbu a If Anericaa Lead Pendl CoN. t THE w s V. s -I 1;- '1 '