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Gridiron Stars
At Schofield
1st Infantry Will Play Fort Kamehameha Team 32nd In
fantry Team and 1st Field Artillery Will Meet at Castner at
3 o'clock 1st Infantry and Artillery Still Have Chance for
: Championship Baby Regiment Makes a Good Showing
Two football games are scheduled
for Schofield on Saturday and Sunday.
The Coast Defense team -will meet the
1st Infantry squad Sunday and tnc 1st
Field Artillery will meet the 32nd In
fantry team at Castner on Saturday
afternoon. These games should bring
out some good football.
The 1st Infantry has not been de
feated as yet,, and are expected to
make a hard fight for the champion
ship. Tobin lias gathered together a
strong squad and should give the
Schofield contingent a real game. The
Field Artillery has not yet been de
feated, anu the contest with the 32nd,
cne of the best teams in the islands,
promises to be one that will leave an
impression with the fans.
32nd Makes Good
In the last game the 32nd squad
played great football. In the Kam
contest Steger received the ball right
off the reel and ran to the 32nd Infan
try 2o yard line. After a series of line
bucks by Steger, Tuszynske and
Fleishman, the barl was carried to, the
Kam 25 yard line where Tuszynske
kicked a perfect fietd goal.
Following the score, the Kam team
brought the ball to the 32nd 25 yard
line, but the- line held and the 32nd
players began a march down the field.
Gray, Tuszynske and Fleishman - and
Steger. It was in this period that the
first touchdown was made.
After Finneean replaced Stein at
richt end. Lewis of Kam carried the
ball to the middle of the field. Lieu
tenant Bracken sent a; number or new
men into the game. In the third per
iod the Kam team played fast foot
ball, carrying the ball to the 32nd two
yard line, but were unable to score.
Rasquin carried the ball down the
field and a forward pass Rasquin to
Finneean cave -the 32nd the second
touchdown. Goal was kicked.
Rasquin carried the ball over , the
goal line for the 32nd in the last per
iod after a series of line bucksLewis
of Kam was especially effective in re
turning punts while Wade excelled in
line plunging. ,
It was hard to pick the stars from
the 32nd, as each man showed that he
had' been uroperly coached in his posi
tion.' The lineup of the" b2nd was as
follows: Bram, Stfne, Flnnegan and
Tritz at end; Chester, Mayt and GiU
tackles; Allen, Chisholm and Marvin
guards; Bunker, center; Gray and
Fleishman, quarterbacks; Steger, left
half; Rasquin. right. half, and Tuszy
nske, full' nack.;
Y. M. BR D TEAM
MEETS CAVALRY
TEAM SATURDAY
Two Football Games Scheduled
for Moiliili Field; McKinley
Will Oppose H. M. A.
FOOTBALL SCHEDULE.
Saturday, Nov. ' 17. McKinley -vs.
II. M. A. at Moiliili Field at 2 p. m.
Saturday, Nov. 17. Y. M. C. A. vs.
4th Cavalfy at Moiliili Field at 3:30
p. m.
Saturday, Nov. 17. 32nd Infantry
vs. Artillery at Schofield at, 3 p. m.
Sunday. Nov. IS. 1st Infantry vs.
Coast Defense at Schofield at 3 p. m.
HONOLULU BOY
HELPS IN BIG
U.C. CONQUEST
Two games of footba.ll will be play--ed
in Honolulu on Saturday afternoon
at Moiliili Field. Announcement was
made this morning that the double
header 6taged for Saturday would be
played, but all games scheduled for
Sunday in Honolulu would be post
poned. The Y. M. C. A. team and 4th
Cavalry will meet in the feature game
of the day.
Owing to the fact that some of the
Y. M. C. A. players are in camp at
Kawailoa, Manager Whitcomb expects
a hard battle. The 4th Cavalry made
an excellent showing in the game .with
the 1st Infantry and with von Holt
and perhaps one or two" other players
out of the Y. M. lineup, the mounted
men fronf the big post are expected to
lower the colors of the local aggrega
tion. Hard Game Expected
Whitcomb said this morning that
he expected a hard game, and would
not be at all surprised to see the 4th
Cavalry show a big Improvement over
their last game. Davis will be in the
game for the Y. M. C. AM but the line
up will not be announced until just
before the big contest.
There has been an unusual amount
of interest taken in the McKinley-H.
M. A. game since the high school
pquad made a good showing against
Punahou. The military boys have a
number of stars and are banking on
winning this time. Coach Whitcomb
expects to have a strong team ready
for the Kaimuki contest
The game which was to have been
played at Alexander -Field has been
postponed. Both Punahou and Kama
hameha agreed to play the contest at
jsome future date.
John , Gif ford: Plays in Game
Which Gives Washington
First Defeat in 11 Years
Athletic Officer Explains Foot
ball Situation in Oahu
League; Y. Stars Stick
Fort Kamehameha, H. T., Nov. 14.
Sporting Editor, Star-Bulletin. '
Sir: In order clearly to explain the
position of the football team now rep
resenting Fort Kamehameha in the
Oahu League I wish to furnish the fol
lowing facts to the football loving pub
Hc: An attempt was made recently to or
ganize a Coast Defense team, drawing
upon the four Coast Artillery posts on
the island. This brought in several
of the players who had already played
or had promised to play with the Y.
M. C. A. team. Realizing that this
would not be for the best interests ot
the game on the island, these men
were released and allowed to continue
with the Y. M. C. A. team. Men, how
ever, who had no been affiliated with
any other team on the island, were
asked to turn out, and the team which
played. against and was defeated by
the 32nd Infantry last Sunday had two
players from posts other than Fort
Kamehameha. The squad now trying
for. the team contains players from
Fort De Russy and Fort Kamehameha
and Forts Ruger and Armstrong have
been asked to turn out such material
as they may ' have. In view of the
above the team should be known as
the Coast Defense 'rather than the
Fort Kamehameha team, even though
some of the best players from the
Coast Defenses are playing with the
Y. M. C. A.
Hoping that this will explain out
status Jn island football, I remain,
very sincerely,
JAMES J. TOBIN,
Lieutenant, C. A. C, Athletic Officer.
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Printers . . .
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CANARIO WINS FROM
THOMAS AT "Y" COURT
Gilbert M. Canario of Hilo defeated
Rolla K. Thomas in a three set tennis
BERKELEY, Nov. 3. Washington's j match at the Y. M C. A. courts yes
thaii ivr T ftAr tpn vcars of un-' terday afternoon. The score was 6-S,
i,mtn vi,tf,riP met defeat at the '-3.' 6-2. Thomas had a 15 handicap
hands of the University of California
varsity on California-field this after
noon. At no time did the northern
eleven have a chance to roll back the
eager, smashing rushes of the score-
hungry Bears, who went on the muddy ;
and won out in the first set, but Ca
nario showed improvement in the sec
ond and third games and captured the
last set with ease.
This afternoon at 4:15 M. G. John
ston and George R. Henderson wil
gridiron with the rankling memory meet in one of the semi-final matches
of the 72-to-0 defeat which the Wash-i On the other court William Punohau
inston team administered to Ihe Blue meets G. M. Canario. The winner of
and Gold crew of last year. This is . this match will play Dr. R." D. Will
California's first l big-game victWy iaras in the other semi-nnal on Friday
since the Blue and Gold returned to
the old American football game two
years ago, and seven thousand specta
tors were there to cheer them.
John Gifford, who was a member of
the Punahou team for a number of
years, played left end on the Califor
nia team.' Reports from the mainland
show that Gifford stopped all attacks
around his end, and played a sterling
brand of football throughout. While
at Punahou'Gifford made the All-Star
team of Honolulu.
FOOTBALL GAMES -NOV. 3.
HOWARD DREW STARS
IN IOWA FOOTBALL
DES MOINES, la., Nov. 3. Grinnell
(Iowa) College was scored on today
for the first time this season, When it
defeated Drake University, 25 to 7,
Sarff, Drake's quarter back, intercept
ed a Grinnell forward pass in the
fourth period and ran 52 yards for a
touchdown. Howard Drew was an
other local star.
FALCON
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forni'fit
COLLAR
At , Manhattan, Kas. Kansas Uni
versity, 9; Kansas Aggies, 0.
At Columbia, Mo. Missouri, 7; Ok
lahoma, 14.
At Lewiston, Maine Bates, 6 Col
by, 6. ..
At Norristown, Pa. Villa Nova, 7;
Ursinus, 7. .
At Lebanon, Pa. Allright, 40;
Schuylkill Seminary, 0.
At Medford, Ma,ss. Tufts, 19; New
Hampshire, 3.
At Baltimore, Md.Swarthmore, 2S:
Johns Hopkins, 7. .
At Schenectady, N. Y Springfield
Y. M. C. A., 21; Union, 7.
At Lancaster, Pa. Haverford, 14;
Franklin and Marshall, 0.
At Exeter. N. H; Harvard Fresh
men, 7; Phillips Exeter, 7.
At Lewiston, Pa. Buckncll, 10; Car
lisle Indians, 0.
At South Bethlehem, Pa. Lehigh.
4; Muhlenberg, 0.
At Pittsburg, Pa. Pittsburg, 25;
Westminster, 0.
At Hoboken, . N. J. Stevens,
Worcester Tech,, 0.
At Middletown, Conn. Wcsleyan,
0; Williams, 0.
At Washington North Carolina, 10;
Maryland State, 6.
At Boulder, Colo. Colorado Collegs,
1 1 ; University of Colorado, 18.
At Ithaca, N. Y. Cornell, 20; Car?
negio Tech, 0. .
At Annapolis, Md. Navy, 95; .West
ern Reserve, 0. ; 4 .
At Milwaukee Marquette Univer
sity, 47; SL Thomas College, 0.
At Hanover, N. H. Dartmouth, 10;
Pennsylvania State, 7.
At . Newton, . Mass. Boston, 48;
Rhode Island, 0. f "
At Brunswick, Me. Maine, 14;
Bowdoin, 0.
At Andover, Mass. Andover, 20;
Worcester, 6. .
4t Des- Moines', la. GrinneL 25;
Drake, 7. . . - -y -L
At Iowa City, Ia.-r-Great Lakes Na
val Station, 23, Iowa, 14. i
At Ann Arbor, Mich. Michigan, 62;
Kalamazoo College 0.''.'';;-;;--':-:"";;
At; West Point, N. Y. Notre Dame
7, Army, 2. '--d 3;r;-
At Oberlin,' O.i-Oberlin, 20 Roches
ter University, 0. -;-; r -
At Lafayette Northwestern,
afternoon. The final match is sched
uled for Monday. 1
NOTRE DAME DEFEATS
ARMY IN FAST GAME
WEST POINT, N. Y., Nov. 3 No
tre Dame, flastfing the same brilliant
attack, terrific line smashing, inter
spersed with forward passes, as has
characterized all its visits here, de
feated the army this afternoon to 2
in one of the hardest fought games
staged at West Point. Coach James
Harper brought a team trained to the
minute and went through the contest
without making a substitution.
OHphant, the Army captain, never
played a harder game in his career.
Hahn, the Army back, was thrown for
a ten-yard loss at a critical period of
the play, after Oliphant had carried
the ball forty of the fifty yards the
soldiers bad rushed it.
M Stagg Field, Chicago Illinois, 0;
Chicago, 0.
At Indianapolis, Ind. Ohio State,
26; Indiana, 3.
At New York Amherst, 11; Colum
bia, 6. . ,
At Philadelphia Pennsylvania, 27;
Lafayette, 0.
At New Brunswick (N. J.) Rutgers,
7; West Virginia, 7.
At Providence, R. I. Syracuse, G;
Brown, 0. ,
At Ithaca, N,Y. Cornell, 20: Car
negie Tech., 0.
At Laramie, Wyo. University of
Denver, IS; University of Wyom
ing, 0.
At Salt Lake City Colorado Aggies
12; Utah, 25. "
At Dayton, O. Miami, 13; Denni
son, 0.
At New York Amherst, 14; Colum
bia, 6.
At Utica, K. Y. Colgate, 21; Holy
Cross, 0.
At Washington North, Carolina A.
and M., 10; Maryland State College, ti.
At Portland, Ore. Martinez. 27;
Oregon, 0. ; y
At Canton, N. Y. Hamilton College,
13; St, Lawrence University, 0.
At Wooster, O. Case, 0; Wooster,
At. Akron, O. Mount Union, 0;
Akron. 20.
At ' Delaware, O. Ohio Wesleyan,
49; Cincinnati. 0.
At Walla Walla, Wash. Montana,
3; Whitman, 14. , -
At East Lansing, Mich. Western
State Normal (Kalamazoo) 14 ; Michi
gan Agricultural College, 0.
At Detroit University of Detroit,
; i Northwestern College (Napier-
ville, Ill.)r0. j ' . ;'v.x,r;;:v
At Fargo North Dakcta Aggies, 20;
North Dakota University, 7. , y :
At : St. Paul, : Minn. Carleton, 27;
McAlester, 0. " r'S' ' v - :M: -; .
At Tucson, Ariz. University of Arl-
12; Pzoaa, 21; New Mexico. - Agricultural
Bowlinj
Y. M. C. A
nieht's results:
Pineapple Factors 4, Sugar Factors 0
alleys
Pet.
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600
500
.450
300
last
Celebrating Pineapple Day the Pins
Factors defeated the Sugar Factors
last evening Jn four straight games at
the Y. M. C. A. alleys. The Pine Fac
tors scored more than .800 in every
game, and recorded 922. in the high
game. .
Hannibal Canario was the high .man
of the evening with a total of 572.
Pong, Bernal, Guthrath and - Azavedo
also bowled good games. The Auto
Factors and Federals will begin the
first round of the Commercial League
on Monday evening.
- Tickets on tale now for Ballet Russe
at Lariiakea; November 21, 22, 23, 24.
Adv. . ' - . . -v-r-
Hundreds of enlisted men gathered
et the new gj-mnasium at Schofield
Barrack;; Iast. evenins to look, around.
Chaplin Ignatius -Fealy was present,
and in 1 a few , niJnutesV basketball
games were arfanged. -' A, ' numberiof
artillery starg were gathered together,
and t tits squad: defeated Ambulauie
Cc. No. 0 by a score ot lG to 14. Tl'cy
late; wou from K Coruf any of the'32rd
infaufry by a score of 4 to 3. - ; '
The Artillery ,v stars, ; representiij'j;
Battery. Dof 'thevlst Field, were:
Cross, Ynalla, Coleniah, ; Curtin, : Whit
ney .Iirop, e, ;arttT"aa J;,Walley.
I?; the insolation match th streteher
bearers won from the doug-V yj by. a
score of 1C to 4." ' V- -'
. Electricians ; were ; working on ;.the !
lightinjg; arrangements yesterday,; and
by, nighty Ume-:'vetbing;.waa-eady
for play Basketball players , witf ;be
allowed toiise' the floor of the; gymna
sium ; untiiUtJsJturned over 'by the
contractors;
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First Exhibition of Water Baseball Played By J. Brooks Brown's
Junior Cfub arSettiement-rNew Game Makes Big Hit With
, . Boysf-Game is Played Along Lines of Outdoor Game Five
, iMen Constituteya TeamT-FirstJilt Ends in Score of 2 to 0
That rold curtain inay have to bs
drawn on the grand old game of base
ball for the season, but not on account
ot wet grounds. A new game has made
it's appearance fin -Honolulu and "the
various players J do; not haye : to. wear
spikes,. sbmrguard3 or breast, protect
ors And best of all jioV games will
be t .postponed : on account of . : w'et
grounds;' ,:--""'-,'''-;
-J.vBrpoks'.BrOwji ivho, has beeh a
mighty busy ; personage', at Palama
Settlement. during the past few weeks.
I s i responsible :i for , , introducing ' the
.the new game to Honolulu fans, and if
the game continues. (o grow as it .has
at flrst, then we may hav a few Ty
Cohbs. who will be great because they
have developed the :trndgeonv ' sprint.
It's water- baseball, ; and fit anyone
should happen ;t3tf ask .you, it' Is a
mighty interesting game.. '
Should Be Popular , " (
" Last eyening the members , of - ths
Junior club at Palama Settlement had:
the honor of introducing the gamt to;
Hawaii. George N.- Beckford, vttio um- i
pired the game, has : played ;it on a
number lof occasions' and is confident
that water baseball will become ont
of the popular; games of the year.
'The'players use . a;baH about th
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