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1 HONOLULUSTAE-BULLETIN, FBIBAT, NOTTOrKCR 30, 1917.
X EIGHT 1 HONOLULU AND COUNTRY CLUB GOLF l-rarscho!as!ic Team. 4 i it, in Selected For 1917 SesscB f! Town Team Wins From M. In Four Round Bolitthursday PUNAHOUDOWl TEAM WiLL play three matches 1 '4 -a 1 ' ' I I I t It ! J 9 . a---' Rodrigues Takes. Forward Pass From Schuman and Runs 40 Yards for Touchdown Dick Whitcomb Makes Best Snow ing During Game "Chuck" Smith Proves to Be Bejiron . offense Schuman Good Pilot Slugging Barred in Cliches "Scotty" Schuman and his band of football players properly upset the big dope sheet yesterday afternoon at Moiliili field when the Town Team trampled on the Y. M. C. A. aggrega tion by a score, of 7 to 0. The "Y" " team entered the ring a favorite-over the Townies, but a run for a touch down in the third round gave the Town Team the necessary punch. More than 3,000 football fans were present when the battle started and had Battling LevinsKy, une uuuu Hogan or Knockoutelly-been pres ent, the trio would have sneaked un der the stand in sorrow. It was nj place for a youngster with a weak heart, and as far as true football went, it wasn't much of an exhibition, but if one has a leaning toward the squared circle, plenty of entertain . ment could have been obtained. NotJSo Gentle To begin the game the Town Team uppercutted their .way through for big gains and then the Y. M. C. A. sol ar plexused their way along for fur ther gains. Necktie tackles, shin kicking exercises and other features were indulged in by the young men who were present at yesterday's Don nybrook Fair. ' During the game after one man had " been sent to the ropes and another had been making an effort to recover from a haymaker, one of the peace able spectators was asked whether or not the battling tactics would in jure the game in the city. "Not much. That's what makes the rivalry." And It was hard to locate anyone who was not perfectly satisfied with the melee. Schuman Makes Good "Scotty" Schuman piloted the Town Team to victory' and his play during the game was a feature. He excelled Davis in pulling off plays, and al though the Town Team did not show the teamwork of their opponents they took every advantage of the oppor tunities presented. Davis played a spectacular game. At times he played good football, but .then on the other hand be played poor football. When his team had an opportunity to score on the live yard line during the game, he tried end runs which were fatal. Had he ham mered awav with Whitcomb back on line plunges, the Y. M. C. A. might have scored. But It Wasn't -Football y Davis is an excellent football; pla er, and will ai. least give Lewis oi the Coast Defense a run for honors, "but a real coach would not have sanctioned the style of play which was staged yesterday. It was true ' that he" electrified the'' crowd time and again by dodging runs from one end of the line to the other, but whet the linesman moved his stick, the "Y" speedster usually gained but a few yards, or lost . Otf the other hand, "Chuck" Smith, the big full back of the Town Team, gained more yardage than Davis, but; . his gains were not made through spectacular playing. He hit the line and kept going, many times for gains of 15 yards. If Davis will get over the habit of running back, he may do bet- ' ter work for his team. The little quar ter has excellent speed and whether he gained an Inch or not would make a hit with any crowd, but it isn't good football when one plays like that oi yesterday. Whitcomb Big Star From a purely football standpoinl the bright star of the game was Dick Whitcomb of the Y. M. C. A. team. Without Whitcomb, the Y. M. C. A. team might have lost by a bigger score. The big tackle did not receive the cheers from the crowd, but he did play a remarkable game of football, perhaps one of the best that has ever been seen on a local gridiron, and not only. his teammates but the Town Team players as well will say this. It was noticed that the Town Team did not gain an Inch through his side of the line. Time and again Whitcomb and Kampert threw the Townies back, and had Whitcomb been used more on defense there might have been a different story to tell. Rodrigues Scores There were other stars in the game yesterday.! Smith, Kahikina, Schu .man, Gilman, Paty and Rodrigues played football- from start to ' finish. v It was little Rodrigues who sneaked away out on the sidelines and grabbed a pass from. Schuman which gave the Town Team their one score. This lit tle fellow has a happy faculty of do ing these things, and made good with a vengeance. FADCON an forrhrfit 1 Q0?csrt Schuman played his men against the forward pass, ana the Y. M. C. A. failed to gain ground in this way. H kept only one man back for de fense, and took no chances of fumbl ing. "Chuck" Smith played a whale oi a game. He played the old style ham mer awav football, which gained the Town Team much ground. Taken all In all he was perhaps the biggest ground gainer of the djiy. Kahikina played a beautiful game. Hq plays along the order of Noble Kauhane, the former Punahou star, and Is every bit as speedy. He used his head to advantage in all the play 3, and made one long run which was re sponsible for 25 yards. Gilman on the Job Atherton Gilman, althougn he has been out of the game for a long period, played good football. He played a beautiful game on defense, and his punting was excellent. Gilman played a clean game throughout, but spilled his opponents hard on a number oi occasions. Paty also opened up big holes. for his team and outplayed Al brecht throughout. Whitcomb was easily the star in the Y. M. C. A. line, but Kampert and von Holt also played good football. The Y. M. C. A. backfiefd with the exception of Davis did not gain much ground, but kept hammering away at the opposing linesman for small bucks. . Bill Inmah was opposed to Whitcomb, and naturally his work did not stand out, but he played a gritty game as did Mclnerny. Called Him Back Early in the game Kahikini made a noble run. He skirted the end for 25 yards and Inman followed this up with an attempt for place kick which fail ed. H. Mclnerny went out of the game and was relieved by Liu. Here Davis ran 40 yards for a touchdown, but the score was not allowed on account of Blower's decision that there was slug ging. Smith made three or four gains of eight yards each and Kahikini got six yards. In the second quarter, Darnell, Pam mel and Davis made first down and Whitcomb made another first down. The Town Team held and Kahikini went around end for 17 yards. Schu man hurled a. forward pass to Gilman for a 18 yard gain when the second quarter ended. Some Camouflage In the third quarter Rodrigues pull ed a little camouflage stuff and hiding behind a blade of grass, jumped up and received Schuman's pass and ran 40 yards for a touchdown, evading Davis on the way. Inman kicked goal, and the Town Team adherents threw a fit. Following this score Smith tore the left side of the Y. M. line to threads. The Y. M. team brought the ball to the five yard line, but Davis at tempted to run the end and was downed. After an exchange of punts Smith tore off three gains of about 10 yards each, and the game ended as darkness took a strangle hold on the field. Britton Was Busy Captain Britton had his hands fuil on account of the pugilistic tendencies of some of the athletes, but he handled the game in a regular manner. Brit ton did effective Work in keeping the players from hitting in tlie clinches. The crowd turned out in large num bers and a long line of automobiles formed along one side of the field. There was a goodly number of spec tators in the grandstand and hun dreds on the bleachers. Football has taken hold all1 right, and the next game between these two teams should bring out a record crowd. Town Team. Y.M.C.A. Rodrigues .LE Brintnall Inman LT. Albrecht H. Mclnerny ....LG........ von Holt G. Mclnerny C Hedrick H. Bertelmann . .RG. ... . . . Kampert Paty RT Whitcomb Gilman RE Wylie Schuman ....... QB. Davis G. Bertelmann "...RH Pammel Kahikini ....LH Hackett Smith ....FB... Darnell Captain Britton, referee; M. Blow ers, umpire; C. S. Franklin and W. B. Ferry, timers; M. Carson, head lines man. Substitutes, Town Team Ma chado for Kahikini and Liu tor H. Mc lnerny. Y. M. C, A. McCrillis for Davis. Touchdowng Rodrigues. Goal from-touchdown. Inman. Duration of quarters, 12 and 10, with a minute's rest. Recess between halves, 15 mto utes. . YESTERDAY'S MAINLAND v FOOTBALL GAME SCORES Chicago Naval Training Camp 27, Fort Sheridan Officers 0. Twenty thou sand dollars of the gate receipts di vided -among the several army and navy recreation funds. , Tacoraa, Washington Army 1A Navy 13. Portland Oregon Aggies 14, Oregon University 7. Pittsburg University of Pittsburg 28, Pennsylvania State College 6. . Fort Riley Illinois 28,'Army 0. Los Angeles Berkeley 0, Southern California 0. Philadelphia Pennsylvania 37, Cor jieii o. -',-v,. When Your Eyes Meed Care Try Murine Eye Remedy So Smrtinc Jt KT Comfort, (a eenta u J)raert or tnalL- Writ for Fre Ht Boo One of the most important golf events of the year was announced yes terday when teams were named for the Oahu Country Club vs. Honolulu Golf Club three-match series to be contested in the next month. Three matches will be played between the Country club and the Ho nolulu Golf club, the first to be playad at Moanalua on December 2nd. On December 23, the same two teams will play at Haleiwa and on the first of January a third match will be played at the Country club. At Moanalua the Country club members will be the guests of the Ho nolulu club. At Haleiwa the winners, will be the guests of the losers. At the Country club the Country club members will be the hosts. rihe teams and handicaps as finally Honolulu Golf Club 1. J. I. B. Greig (Capt.) 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. F. Halstead R. B. Bogth (2) R. C. Blackshear ... W. Canaday E. W. Dreier R. Forrest (4) E. Munro W. Cullen (3) W. Thoene (3) P. McLean (4) W. Chalmers ...... , "Algie" Halls (3) vs.... S. Todd (3) .vs.... W. Bell ..vs.... SCHOFIELD FANS SEE REAL BOUTS (Special Star-BuUetm Correspondence.) SH0fiiLD BARRACKS, Nov. 29. A packed house greeted the various numbers on the card of the Post Ath letic Club's first smoker, which- was given at the lst-32nd Infantry amuse ment hall last night. The show was a 'big success and was marked by classy boxing and excellent manage ment. The usual delays in starting such shows and the tlre?ome waits be tween numbers, were conspicuous by their absence last evening. Seven numl rs were on the program and classy fighters -mixed in all of the bouts, all being full of action, with one exception, it i3 doubted if such an array of first-class talent has ever appeared in the same ring on the same night on the island before. This was appreciated by the audience as was shown by the generous applause which greeted the announcement of each number. If the post athletic club maintains the caliber of performances to the standard set last evening, there is no doubt that standing room will be at a premium at all future shows. The Program 1. Weight 145 pounds. Payton, de partment hospital champjon', and Thompson, "the Kanaka Terror of Ha waii." This was a real bout and was fast and furious. Both boys exchanged wallops and apparently were in the ring to settle some grudge. No de cisions were given at the ringside, but it was the opinion of the audience the bout was a .draw. 2. Weight 125 pounds. Ferguson, Signal Corps, and Cooper, Troop B, 4th Cavalry. This was another fast go and kept the spectators interested throughout the four rounds. It was featured by infighting of the hit and take variety and was most interesting. Draw. 3. Weight 122 pounds. : Pappas, "the fighting Greek,' and Keegan, Co. F, 1st Infantry. This was a poor match and met with the disapproval of the audience, who were glad when the pair made way for real fighters. 4. Weight 145 pounds. Flynn, wel terweight champion of the Philippine Islands, and Shine, artillery champion. This was a good match, Flynn draw ing blood in the first round. Shino came back in the second, -while Flynn had the shade in the third and last round. 5. Weight 133 pounds. This num ber brought "Bobbie" Moore into the arena, with "Babe" Martin, 2nd In fantry, as opponent. Martin Is a good, little scrapper, but proved no. match for Moore. Moore had Martin groggy in the third and fourth rounds, the gong saving Martin from being count ed out in those rounds. Martin ap peared without notice, substituting for Smith, who was billed to meet Moore. Smith sustained an injury in training and could not appear at the milling. I 6. Weight 13o pounds.- De Mott, 4tn cavalry, ana nerron, 1st neia Artillery, mixed in this number. Both are clever lads and put up a fast ex hibition of the manly art. De Mott was the aggressor throughout the fight. 7. Weight 160 pounds. Flelschmau, S2nd Infantry, and Weiss, Field Artil lery, were the opponents In the final go, and they did go.. They mixed in good shape, fighting fairly even the first three rounds, Flelschmau forcing the milling in the last round. Lieuts. Cohen and Black, and Ser geant Stone acted as referees, and did capable work. " Lieuts. McDonald and Bracken were timekeepers, and Lieut. Brigham, M. R. C, examined the fight ers. "Bill" Hayes did the announcing In approved fashion.. OF KONGjsiVTAKIKI STARS The Filipino baseball team "would like to meet the MakikI Starsat Ath- The Filipinos may go to Maul in the near future and are anxious to take a chance , at the Stars. A challenge was issued for Makiki Field, but the Filipinos announce that 'they, would much prefer to play at Athletic Park. PILES CURED I II 6 TO 14 DAYS PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to cure blinds bleeding," itching or pro. truding, PILES in 6 to 14, days or money refunded. Manufactured by the PARIS MEDICINE CO.,St.Loui3. arranged are: Oahu Country Club .H. B. Giffard (CapU ....... W. R. Grace V3 . . . . Geo. Angus ..Wm. Simpson . . F. Armstrong W. Williamson . ..E. I.1 Spalding . ...C. P. laukea VS , Vfi m vs vs. . . . VS vs.. . , V8 YS .vs.. . . J. Belser . . . A. Ewart . . A. Horner . . . H. Grace . ... H. H. Walker ...J. D. Mclnerny Wm. Mclnerny WILL CLASH WITH PICK OTSHAFTER All-Star Aggregation of Shatter Claim They Have College Stars; Town. Team Silent Melim's invinciable aggregation will buck up against the pick and pride of Fort shatter tomorrow after noon at Moiliili field. From the 1200 men stationed at the post, Shatter has picked a team, which according to the coaches, will clean anything trotting around Honolulu. "Since this war has begun, one of the officers was heard to say, "men from all parts of the United States have joined our midst and some of them are real football players. We re gret that we could not have budged in on the Oahu Football league, on ac count of strenuous military duty, and the lack of proper backing on the part of the commanders. But anyhow, we figure on 'getting a crack at some of these champion teams pretty soon." , College Stars Trotting around Shafter at present Is Trazinskl, one of the best known soldier football players cn the Is ulands. He weighs 212 pounds and is speedy as a deer. Also there is Mar tin from the University pf Pennsyl vania, who also figures largely in this line of sport. "Mellm may have a good team" the Shatter! tes say, "but there'll be nothing to it when they clash. Men like Trazinski, Martin and others, are only too tickled to get out and play their heads off." On the other hand, the Townies are remaining silent. They know for a fact that they are going to hit some thing, and something hard, too, Every night this week. "Bill" Rosa, formerly 4 MCKinley High ' and National Guard slar, has been out putting the finish ing touches on the line. "I have watched this little Town Team from the start, and they look mighty good to me.' As a matter of fact, I'd like to see; a game staged between the small er., Townies and one of the big tearaa of the Oahu league." Clifford Mellm Out Of It Clifford Llellm, on account of a dis located shoulder received in the last game with Co. G. 25 th Infantrv. will be-out of the game tomorrow, but ex- pects to play in the near future. Gil bert Canarla will "replace him. His loss Is sorely felt by his teammates, i or ms long ana speeay end, runsii netted much yardage In the past games. "Pat" O'SulHvan and Thomp son will again take their old places at lacKies, and if they hold down their positions as in the past, critics doubt If those heavy backfield men of Shafter can come through. At cen ter la Oliver Pedro Soares, a begin ner, but a heady player and a hard hitter. Beside hii are Gilliland and "Fat" Melim, both having pbayed considerable spectacular football lately. .The game is scheduled to begin at 3 p clock sharp. Admission is 30 cents and automobiles 50 cents. William Canaday of. Bishop ? and Company won the Turkey Day tourna ment of the Honolulu i Golf club , at Moanalua yesterday. . Canaday nosed out William Cullen in the finals af ter one of the closest matches Ire corded in - tournament; ' play on ' .the beautiful Moanalua links. : ,f;: ' The 'tnatcfi went 21 1 holes, Canady winning the : twenty-first and I the handsome cup offered in the conj pe tition by a public spirited golfing .en thusiast who is a member of the club but; who has modestly, remained in the background In the first nine : holes Canaday and Cullen were even.' The second nine also went all-square and the next two holes told the same. tale. MEWS TOWNIES Peterson and Pogue Score for Oahuans; Midkiff's Return Brings Victory to Pun. .. The five P's won outyesterday aft ernoon at Alexander, field yesterday afternoon when Punahou defeated Ka mehameha by a score of 10 to 0 and won the championship of the inter scholastic league- for about the fif teenth time since the gridiron , game has been played. The five" P's ' were Punahou, Peterson, Pogue, Persever ance and Pep. .J " Frank Midkiff, the mentor of the Punahou team, was back on" the Job, id of bourse this meant much to the Oahuans. With Midkiff -absent the Punahou players performed like a lot of strange canary birds. The transi tion yesterday -was evident,, as the biff's slogan ivas 'Score first," and early in the game Peterson stepped but from the 38-yard line and booted the ball for the first three points of the game, and from that time on the Puna hou team had 'the bid game sewedfrup. Large Crowd Present' r : There was a large - delegation on hand to witness the Turkey Day con, test, and the Punanou young ladles once more carried off the honors wjth Miss Maile Vicars and Miss; Elizabeth Hobdy at the helm. They easily ; out rooted Hhe : Kam crowd, so Punahou carried off all the honors of the. day. Pogue, Peterson, Lydgate and Iblark played excellent football for Puriihou, while very few gains ' were 1 made through Nelson Robinson. For Kame hameha H. Clark, Hohu, Coleman and Dawson sjtood but, although Coleman did not play up to his usual standard. Punahou Spirit Again Punahou had the benefit of Mid kiff's coaching, which stood out like a sore thumb. : They had a real de-' fense for the forward pass, "and lit tle Coleman was cut off on a number of .occasions. This Punahou spirit is getting to be spooky, and if some team doesn't come along and win the cham pionship soon there will be a lot of weak hearts around the city; . Puna hou just went into that game to win, and they did win. : Pogue gave a beautiful exhibition of open field running, and as far "as play ing real football is concerned doesn't have to take off his hat " to Lewis or Davis. He keeps going ahead , all the time and is always on the-job. -, JHe nabbed a forward pass ; late V in the game' and 'rushed across the line for a touchdown. ' ' Pete Scores Punahou kicked off to open the game and Coleman ran 12 yards. An exchange of punts, which gave Petep son the better of "k duel with Kalona and H. Clark, gained for Punahou, and Peterson brought the Buff "and Blue crowd to thIr feet when he booted the ball for. a pretty drop kick between the goal posts;:' ;;; H. Clark ; gave Kam an, edge '. when he ran 22 yards through a broken field. Punahou, recovered the ball on downs and Pogue ripped off gains -of five and ten ; yards. . Peterson ; passed to FaSsoth for a 25ryard gain, and-Peterson missed a drop kick. . Kam failed to -gain the ground and Pogue rounded, the end for 33 yards. A; se ries of gains by Daws6n,Aarona and Coleman brought the ball up, but Puna hou held and in the last quarter Cole man tried a forward pass and Pogue rushej over for the ball and carried it across the line for the second score of the, game. Peterson kicked goal, and Punahou had ' captured another cham- Pionship. HA mainland visitor who was present at . the football game at.' Alexander Field yesterday said that: the cheer-! ins of the Punahou students,7 was much better than that of the schools on the mainland. He praised the. two young lady, cheer leaders, for. .their energy: in bringing about a real cheer ing" section.-.; Mjss Elizabeth Hobdy certainly deserves great credit for her organization, and ably . assisted by Miss Maile Vicars the: cheer: leaders made the Punahou vocalists the hit of the day. Paul Fassoth also helped out in the cheer leading with. a real punch. Punahou. : v ;".'.,' Kam. Fassoth ........ LER. ... . . . . . . Fuller hy dgate . .....".. LTR. .. . .. Kanuu Zane .. . .'. . . . .LGR. . , . . 'Hohu Pratt',;.'. - ''.. . . .C. . . . . . . . v Kaicni Robinson .... ; RGL. . . .. V. Clark Alexander ....RTL. .... ..H. Clark Higglns ....i...REL..v.. .. . Hussey Mahikoa ..... ; . ; QB A...,. . Coleman Pogue ; . ..... ... LHR. ... . .;v; Groves Baldwin '.'. ...... RHR.. Dawson Peterson . .FB... . . ...'.' Aarona OfficialsCaptain Britton, referee; Blowers, umpire; . Sergeant Zimmer man,, head linesman.: . Time of periods:, 12 minutes) v Scoring: V Field goal, Peterson ; touchdown, Pogue;? goal from: touch down,; Peterson.'v ' :'y. :::; : . Substitutions: Punahou mersbu for Robinson ; Robinson for Baldwin ; Kanakanui for Alexander; "Alexander for Zane. which began last " Sunday, some fine golf was played and tne competition was spirited. There were eighteen en tries. Cullen, Drier, Thoene and Can aday survived to the semi-finals, Cul len disposing of Thoene and Canaday taking: Drier into camp. : : ' Moanalua : course is getting - more popular every day The present clnb house Is crow ued. Th e club 13 flour ishing and there are many other pfay- ersy non-club members,;who also have thtf benefit of the course. The greens have been put -i? much better. conii: Seven Punahou Players Make First Eleven Six Kam Players on Second Eleven Team Selected 'Would Be Strong in All De partments of Game Pogue and. Coleman Named as Half- : Backs Peterson Gains Place Through Ability to Score Points ' ' . ALUNTERSCHOLISTIC FOOTBALL TEAM - First Team Kussey, Kam. ... . Lydgate, Punahou Oliviera, McKlnley Pratti . Punahou Robinson; Punahou H. Clark. Kam. Fassoth, Punahou . Mahikoa, Punahou. Pogue, Punahou v. Coleman,: Kam. ... Peterson Punahou ......Left End .... ......Left Tackle . ......Left Guard .. .......Center ...... .......Right Guard ...... .Right Tackle ...... Rigiit End Quarter .... ......Left Half .... .......Right Half V. ...... Full Back .. In selecting 'the AIMnterscholastic team for 1917 the same principles have been followed As in ; the past. ; Since the Star-Bulletin first selected the all star, team among the school players of the city special attention has been paid to all around ability. . f In picking , the ends for the year Hussey JS; selected as the logical choice for one position.; He stands out prominently as the star end of the year using his head at all times and being especially effective; in breaking up interference. Fassoth, the tall end on the Punahou team, has a slight edge on Fuller, although the Kam man played good football, throughout the year, as did Sato. . . The Tackles H. Clark and Lydgate are both ex cellent tackles. 'They have the neces-, earir tt-ef p-hf- and "flartr ni!ltv Is" a power on the defense. He also 4may be used for hard runs la the backf ieli. Baldwin . has 'such a keen knowledge of the game that he would" be a good j man at a tackle position, where he was a star last year. ' Alexander has also shown a lot of good, work durins ', the year.i . ;- Kobinspn and Oliviera are easily the pic kof the guards this season, al though Hohu has shown some good play, and for a light man has per formed wonders for'Kam.., rOliveira : and Robinson are botii types of the charging guard, and either man is fast enough to shift to tackle at any time. Very few: gains were made through their territory this year. Hohu should develop into" a real guard by next season,' and his fighting abil ity: is well known. Kanuu is heavy and could be' used as a guard without weakening the team. - ' ' Pratt at Center 7 For center the honor must be given to Dudley s Pratt. In all around play he the edge on Kalona of Kam. Pratt is a hard worker and his excel lent passing is one of the real features which must be taken into considera tion. In addition Pratt is an excel lent man in diagnosing the plays of the opponents. Kaiona is a hard worker and gives Pratt a hard run for the place. ; .."y'i;-- v 7 Mahikoa! has the place at quarter, being an excellent field general, and is one of the best defensive players in the league. Thompson Is aggressive and has been one ot the best ground gainers for McKlnley during the year. Pogue and Coleman - In selecting the half backs for the Your Holiday Smt made by our skiljed tailors out of the very finest woolen fabric in the market, in medium weight, hand some texture ani color-rand above all, built to fit your 'own particular form and taste, rcallvwi!l cost tess ::than the "average' ' suit when you , figure in months and years of service. Army and Navy uniform's made - to individual measure. ' W. W. ikBDEl LI Ilerchant Tailors 1 . Second Team .............. Fuller, Kam. ....... Alexander, Punahou ... Hohu, Kam. .. . .......... Kalona, Kam. .. . . .. . Kanuu, Kam. . .. ... .... Baldwin, Punahou ..... .... ...Sato,. McKlnley Thompson, McKlnley . Aarona, Kam. . . . . . .Tsukf yama, McKlnley Dawson, Kam. year one does not have to hesitate, as Pogue and Coleman are the leaders all around -play. Both have plenty of fight." and Pogue's speed has been a big help : to Punahou this year. He. runs well in a broken field and keeps going. ; Coleman is' not quite ' sq fast as Pogue, but he knows how. to pick his way. through" a field of tacklers and keeps going until downed. Tsuki yama and-Aarona have played consist-" ent ball throughout;, the year" and . Groves has also showed some nice play on the ofTensite. - 1 ' ' There are -two full backs who stand out above ther others this year. Peter son and Dawson are both good play ers and a combination of the best in se,two stars would make an ideal full back.; .Peterson - must : be given the palm ; on account of his kicking ability. Ho is far and away, the best punter in fhe league and can be 'de pended upon to kick, goals from the field. Dawson is a better ground gainer, and perbapn has a slight edgo . on the defense, but for an. all around man who would be worth much to the teanr Peterson gets the call. - .;V M1DDLEWLEIGHT DEAD AS - ! 0 V' ' - V - RESULT OF FIGHT ; CLEVELAND. Ohio, Nov. SO.-vIIm-my Wilson, .pugilist;, is dead here as the result of his bout with Otto Wen zel, which had been .staged for the middleweight t championship of the United . States. . -' j . ' - - o c - "': the NORTHWEST RELAY. OFF, and. ; T AC O M A i Wa sh.: : Now 30. Th e . S-F A R great, relay race between Olympia and Camp..Lewis has been called off, owin? to the fact that the men at the train ing ; camp -have gone Into intensive training and cannot be granted leava of absence to engage in the classic. ?jiHBira!imirai:iii V rreservej me skin ana compieuon indefinitely. Retains the Beauty of Vouth when youth is but a memory. Your appearance wil always be the wonder of your friends if you Use ; Go araud's ' :.' ' -: ; : , Send 20c. for Trial Siz ' T. BOPIOXS & SON; New York iniinHinnnnnnniniinnHi Not at all! w 1 Kin? near L:th:l 1 V ' X72 S.t 13 f 1 est Rl: ; zz ' c - In he course of the" tournament. tion than formerly, - : 1