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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN. llOXDATi DECEMBER 24. 1917
Sunners Will SWIFTER THIS Entered In the Harness Race TomorrowhMK fiAMF TTeamWins, I UUIUflLiLi UllllILi Wl SHOULD ATTRACT Face Barrier At Kaoiolani IN BALL GAMES .nam N ID LOSE GRIDIRON FANS Dig Race Meet Tomorrow Afternoon at2u Clock; Maui ; Horses Ready for Race First race-Mile b'cytle race; doted t Orientals Entries Incomplete. Second race Trotting and pacing. 2:1S class; one-mile heats; best two Jn three. Purse, $300. 1. Carmelita. 2. Maul Boy. Third race Four furlongs, free-for-atl, weight for age. Purse. $250. of which $50 goes to the second. V 'Copra. 2. Mary Jay. .'3. Rosella. Fourth race Six furlongs for H wallan-bred mules. Weight. 12j pounds. Purse, $100 and cup. .1. Prince of Kualoa. 2. Princess of Walalae. 3. Aln Nui palahalaha. Fifth race Four furlongs, three-year-olds, weight for age. Purse. $200, Cf WhICh 50 floes X0 ecn. 1." -Tremont. 2 .Mary Louise. Sixth raee Three 'furlongs for ncunted patrolmen. To ride In full i nlform. Race horses barred. Purse, ;103,. of which $35 gott to tho second rnd $15 to the third. Entries incom - lets, v. Seventh race Six furlongs, free-for. ill; welflht for age. Purse. $250, of v. hich $50 goes to second. 1. Umpqua. ' 2. Mary Jay 3. Golden .Spray. 4. Florence Roberts. With tb arrival of the Maul string everything is ready for the big race eet which will be held at Kaplolael .ark tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. The track la in excellent condition end the devotees of. racing are predicting ' .at there will be a record crowd out - the track when tne flr,t 11 -.led.. . - - ' S .- ' Light workouts were in order yes rday for both; runners and the hat 's horseiY: Charlie Tyler gave Mary ouise a breete tor three furlongs In 7. Umpqua was not worked yester. - r. hot had a hort workout this ' rnlng. f '..;" , V--' '' t Johnny Carroll took Rosella over the ree furlongs In 37. Max Wtklns ixe the Macfartane string ..the onet vcr this jnorning and, Florence Rob :ts was given' a test- Copra and ' ary Jay came over from Maul and snld be ready for a good race. Angua cPhee came over on 4 the steamer J Benny Rollins Is here to ride the o Manl 'horses. :i . Feature Race The seventh race of the day ahoylJ - cne of the best on the card. Flos ce Roberts and . . Umpqua should -re a hard battle for the first 'port n, and Inasmuch as Florence Roo ts has been making good tune m tr. .rkouts many of the horsemen' ore king the Macfarlane niare as . the Tl.ere promises to be Another Inter '.'.r.vrace when Mary Louise and xiont face the barrier. Both have n schooled at the barrier during e past week and ought to get awaj . rood shape.' Copra and Mary Jaj : i be handicapped aomewhat by tha r, but Copra has enough, speed to i out, although Rosella has bee -rrtag tip well In the workouts. , - Mule Race . The mule race promises to be In resting, and Alna N'al , Palahalaha, 3 Maul mule, la expected to give the :z hybrids a , real race throughput s tlx furlongs. - Luke Rogers has been, taking Maul v over the course In fast time, and Tvould not be at all surpilslng to ce 3 Rogera entry step out In front In 3 race with Camallta. The nl!e :j-cle race for Orientals ought, to -cite Interest, at there are a number : rood Japanese riders In the city.. ;, ;: rtlSCOLL GIVES OUT.":; . ALL-STAR SELECTIONS CHICAGO, Dec L Paddy Drlscoll, .rmer. Northwestern' captain and all . .'estern half back,' makes the follow : 3 all-conference selections: : irst Team v Second Team : ' - . -Position -; 'v-'-- . fnd . "; olen, Ohio ; . .... .... .Kline, Illnols v v'; ; tackle . - Ilauser,. Minn, . ..... .Hancock, Wis. . . guard ; . . Ixklund, Minn. ...Sclaudennan, Ills. - ; . center - . v. Carhunter, Wis. :, . . .Gorgaa, Chicago -i , v ' : guard Iligglns, Chicago .....RundQuIst, Ilia. 1 . . .'. - tackle : L J. Courtney, O. . . . . Weiman, Mich. . : ' ; end u . ::tUy, WlaV ........ ...-.Peabody. a . . . Quarter back . L'impson; Wis. .UnderhilL N.'W, : -u-;." :;--'half back i I larley, O. . ; . . . . Sternaman. Ills. v-V- . half back ' iicgwood, K W.. Arston, Minn, - ! full,J)ack ; -; rcbler. NW. .Buxwell. O. 1 Ir. Holman, the premier of New cuth Wales, who1 returned from Eng. 3d Tla America, says that the Unit 3 States is miking wonderful efforts : - help with the war, and that she al r-sdy.baa between 700,000 and 800,000 - cn under training. v"1 : r - - An aluminum 'alloy has' been ; in- -ted by an Anstralian that is said -) te'.ag- hard as steel, to be non- rroslte and which) can be brated 1 soldered, t ' ' r ' sin Sett. Jlanic J )n v ond uame; Asanis Diam Co. K Aggregatioi Simmons, who defeated the Coast Defense some time ago, carried his as sortment of benders to Molllill field yesterdsy afternoon, and his sterling work on the mound gave the 2nd In fantry team a victory over the Fili pinos by a score of 9 to 2. The Asahla downed Company K of the 2nd Infan try by a score of 5 to 0. More Uan 500 attended the Rizal and Red Cross benefit. Luis started on the mound for the Filipinos, and two costly errorb, coupled with three hits, gave the Shsfterites a atart. Lopea later was sent on the mound and finally Lani was rent In to stop the run getting. Iani pitched good ball during his term on the mound, and his support wai much better. Batong 8 tars The feature play of the day was the bare hand catch by Batong, who raced over back of second and grabbed a liner, doubling a man at thrd. Plana and Marcial showed some good work in the infield and Bonl also playeo good ball. Estelle was the heavy hit ter of the day for the Shafterltes anJ his triple and double counted in the scoring. William Dickson and W. IL Tilly handled the game In a satisfac tory manner. Asahla Win ' The little Asahls upheld the honors of the Pacific League when they blanked, the fast : Company K team. George Murakami had - his regular team in the field, and with "Lefty Maesake on the mound the Kays had a hard time getting to first. Tasunsga, who has been called the Japanese Ty Cobb, made a number of beautiful catches in center field, and Zenlmura also showed some good work. The batting honors of the day went to Ntxshida, who secured two bin gles in two walks to the plate. The Asahls scored , early when Ko zukl doubled and went to third' on a sacrifice, scoring later on , Nnshlda's single. Yoshikawa's drive to center gave the Asahls another run, scoring Nushida, who had singled. Zenlmura, Murakami and Nushida later scored on misallps by the opposition. Filipinos AR R H SBPOA E An tone, c f 3 MarcIaL3b ......3 Batong 2 b 3 Plannas, s. s 4 Lopes, c.-p. 4 Darnlau, r. f. ....2 Bont r. f. .......l ; Luis, p. ....4.. ..2 Lani, p .....I 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 2 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 3 3 3 0 0..0 0 o Garcia. 1. f. 4 Beny,. 1 b. .3 0 1 0 -Totals U.. ..314 2 5J 2 24.12 Second Infantry s . :: ' AR.R H SBPOA Terry, 3 b. . . . .. .5 I ; 2 0 1 1 Hollebach, c t ' . . 4 - 2 ( 0 0 0 BriscoL IJx .....5 2 1 0 10 0 Ross, a. r . . .....5 11 0 1 5 Estelle, r. f. ;v .. 5 .13 j 0 0 0 Simmons, .2 b. .5 . 1 1 . 0 4 3 Thomas, c. ...... 4 12 1 11 2 Simmons, p. ...,;4 0 0 ,0 0 4 Burns, 1. f. ......4 0 1 0 0 0 Totals. . .... 9 13 1 27 IS 7 Hits and runs by innings; 2nd Infantry .,& 0 121000 x a Base hits ..;.4 1 2 2 2 1 0 1 x IS Filipinos ...0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 Base hlU ....0 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 a - Oakhem batted for Garcia In ninth. Three base hits. Hollebach. Estel le; two base hit, Estelle; sacrifice hit, Batong; double plays, Ross to Sim raons to Brlscol; bases on balls, off Simmons 2, off Luis 2, Lopes 0, Lani 9; struck out, by Simmons 11, by Luis 6, Lopes 1. Lani 1: umpires, William Dickson and W. H. Tilly; time ot game, 1 hour and 55 minutes, v.-.V -. Aaahl J -; ' ABR H POA R Koshlkawa, ;c ..... .4 ; Zenlmura,- s. a, ....4 Ulyahara, 3 b. ......4 Yusanaga, f . . . .3 Kozuki, 2 b. , . . . . . .3 K Mlyahara,' 1 ; . .3 Nushida,- r. f. . ." . . . .2 - MurakamL L U alaesaka.VfSv .3 0 2 0i 0 1 1 2 0 0 6 2 V 4 1 3 ;i o l o l o o 2 H 1 0 0 Totals s 2S . S 6 18 hi dbripany K - AB R H POA E Caryen, r. L . Vo '4 1 0 e Simmons, p.-a. s.-2 b.. 3 -r;i"l "l 1 Sweeny, 2 b.-e. S.....3 0 -2 ,2s 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Johnson. 3 b. ....... 2 MRstead. c. ........3 Plsher, L t ........3 Bias, a.-.-p. ...... 3 Miller, c f. ......... i Stratmar, 1 b. ......3 0 0 l: 0 1 0 5 0 0 1 6 2 i 0 6 1 Totals ..26 0 6 16 7 4 Score by Innings: Company K 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Asahi ..0 1 0 3 0 1 x 5 Summary Two base hit, Koruki: stolen bases, Zenlmura 2, Msesaka 1; double plays,' Mlyahara to Koruki to K. Mlyahara. Nushida to K. Mlyahara, Bias to Sweeny to. Stratmar; bases on halls, off Maeaka 2, off Simmons 0, Bias 2; struck out, by Maesaka 5. br Simmons 0, Bias 5; passed ball. Yoshf- kawa; umpires, William Dickson and W. H. Tilly; time of game 1 hour and 21 minutes. . Regulars Down Filipinos in Se( 8TAR-8ULLETIN GIVES YOU :' TOO AY'S NEWS TODAY This is Maul Boy, owned by Luke Rogers, who is expecting to win tie harness horse event tomorrow after noon at the Kaplolani park track. . Maui Boy has been stepping the mile around 2:20 in the' workouts and should do this time in the face tomorrow, Here's the Dope On tie O'Dovd LatestJChampion So many fight fans hare' been ask ing about Mike ODowd, the new mid dlewelght champion, that a few words ui w f5au vuouiiivuf bua -rwawv. about this youngster may give a line I cn what he has done. Honolulu fans have not heard much about the new Ptitle -holder, nor for that matter have the mainland folks. Since Stanley Ketchel gave up the title in 1910 there has been no middleweight who has stood out above the field. Per haps O'Dowd will show something. O'Dowd was born in St. Paul, Minn on April 5, 1895, and is, therefore Just past his twenty-second birthday His best weight is around 158 pounds and he is of Irish-American parent age. His first professional fight was in 1913, and was a one-round, knockout victory over Henry Olson. He started as a lightweight, but gradually out grew this and the welterweight divis Ion and fought his best tights among the middleweights. He has met some of the 'best men in his class. He is fairly good boxer, but is better known as a slugger. He is a powerfully built youngster, , standing 5 feet Inches. Some of, his leading opponents are Billy Miske. Silent Martin, Soldier Bartfield, -Billy Kramer. Kid Graves, Jack Brltton and many other1; first class men. , Middleweight Champs Tenure . Name Tom Chandler ..... George Rooke ..... Mike Donovan . Title lapsed tlH 1884 Jack Demsey George La Blanche. Bob Fitzslmmons .. of title .1867-1868 .1868-1874 .1874-1882 .1884-1889 .1889-1891 .1891 1897 Yrs Title lapsed, Fitzslm mons entering heavy weight class. Tommy Rjran, claim ant 1897-1907 Ryan retired undefeat ed in 1907. Stanley Ketchel, claim ant 1907-1908 10 Billy Papke 1908 80 days Stanley Ketchel 1908-1910 Frank Klaua 1911-1913 George Chip 1913-1914 AL McCoy 1914-1917 Mike O'Dowd .1917 ECKERSALL'8 BIG TEN FOOTBALL ELEVENS First Team Boles, Ohio State L. E. T. G. C. G. T. H, J. Courtney, Ohio State (captain) ...L. . .L. Ulricb, Northwestern Van Dyne. Ohio State Higgins, Chicago Hansen, Minnesota .. R R 4 KKelley, Wisconsin .R.E. flnipson Wisconsin Q. B illinewood. Northwestern. I- H R vrley, Ohio State R.H.B. I fljiler, Northwestern F.B. y Second Team Klein. Illinois L. E. Eelslund. Minnesota L. T. GdellU. Illinois L. G. Ingwerson, Illinois C. Hithaway, Indiana .R. G. RflndOlps. N. W. ( captain )..R. T. Flynn, Minnesota .. Arntson, Minnesota Lau. Iowa Bond, Wisconsin... Charter, Illlinois-... .R. Q. H. H. E. B. B. B. ,.R. F. B. When Your Eves Need Cere Try Murine Eve Remedy f SMUtUf Jm r Contort, m mu at uiuK stk anuDT co chicag VOLCANO RUtWl wins ItU WALK Walter Ssott Shows Heels to XEdward Payson ' Weston J Crowd Yesterday Walter Scott, the lone eaared run - ner of the Pan-Pacific relay tear, captured the honors in the Kalakauj avenue walk yesterday afternoon when he finished yards ahead of his nearest competitor. - The race was staged by Sam Kaha iawel and proved to be a success. Th walkern started from Keeaumoku and King streets and ambled to Heine's Tavern. Scott took the lead early In the race and held it throughout Peter Neves was second, -his time being 16:55. iteott had made the distan.ee in 16.41. The other walkers finished in the following order: Joe Stickney, 18:35; Frank Fisher? 19:27; Peter Wright. 19.55; David Kahalawel. 20:.6s and Sam Kahalawel, 20:10, . There waa a large crowd at the fin ish , ard the Royal Hawaiian ban played while' the walkers were com' mg down the course. Scott Tias lbeen in training for the Volcano Ran and should he run as fast' as he walked yesterday, should surprise -Madams Pele and Father Neptune. W. T. Raw '.ins acted as walking Judge n a satis factory manner. ' ; 1NSTRUCTB0YS The knights of the squared circle who have been unable to secure bouts are flocking to the training camps as Instructors, and at the present time, there are about 15 leading boxers who are teaching the young ideas how to duck. Among the boxers who are al ready in the field may be named the following: National Army Cantonments Camp Grant, Rockford, III. Char lie White. : Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa- Mike Gibbons. . . Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Jimmy Dunn. Camp Sherman, Chillicothe, Ohio- Johnny Kllhane. Camp Upton, Yapahank, L. I. Ben ny Leonard. Camp Devens, Ayer, Mass. Battling Levinsky. Camp Funston, Fort Riley, Kas. Bob McAllister. - Camp Dlx, Wrlghtstown, N. J. Jeff Smith. Camp Lewis, American Lake, Wash: Willie Ritchie. National Guard Camps Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga Wil liam P. Armstrong. Camp MacArthur, Waco, Texas Packey McFarland. Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. -Joe Mandot. Camp Pike, Little Rock, Ark. Frankie Russell. Camp Doniphan, Fort Sill, Okla. Ritchie Mitchell. i e mm m "How do you like New York?" "The , street cars are too crowded to suit me. They pack 'em like sar dines In a box. "Your comparison Is poor. Wrhen a box of sardines is full. It is full. The don't constantly keen ODenine the box to pack a few more in.' Kansas City JournaL Brazilian troops have been concen trated for the puroose of exercisinr surveillance . over the German colony n tne ate of Rio Grande. A tele graphic censorship has been establish- BOXERS FLOCK TOCAMPSAND LONG DISTANCE RUNNERS REPORT AT FORT SHATTER Those Who Wish to Make Trip to Hilo Asked to Meet Sgt. Quinn in Morning All the long distance runners who would like to make the trip to Hilo to run in the big relay race from Kil- auea to Hilo, are requested to report to Sergeant J. J. Quinn of Coinpan C. 2nd Infantry, tomorrow morning -it 9 o'clock. An effort is being made to secure an all-star team of runners, and it Im thought that at least one or two teams can be secured to make the trip. Set geant Quinn has consented to act at manager of the runners and any run ner who can coyer the five miles in fairly fast time Is expected to be on hand. 0AHU COUNTRY CLUB 33 TEAM WINS IN GOLF The Oahu Country Club won the sec ond golf match of the series yesterday afternoon, wh.n ulffard's aggregatioi of green massage men downed J. I. B. Greig's brush beaters at Haleiwa. The score was 19 to 9. The Honolulu Go;! Club missed one or two of the leading golfers, who were unable to play. The scores: Oahu Country Club H. P. Giffard 1 W. H Mclnerny 3. J. D. Mclnerny Iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin A That will be appreciated by the Boys in the Trenches, the young folks away at school, friends on the Mainland, and the Ones at Home. Timely and thrifty. One Year's Subscription to the Will Mailed Daily1 to at $2 per year, will reach them. Y. M. C. A. and Town Team Ex pected to Have Hard Battle at Moiliili Tomorrow Football fans of Honolulu will Lav an opportunity to witness a real foot ball game tomorrow morning at Moi liili field, when the Y. M C. A. mecU the Town Team, which will be cotu 1 posed of stars from loth Mellm's i Town Team and the Schuman team. 'The game will begin at 10:30. Harry Melim has gathered together a real aggregation of stars and will have a lightning fast backfield. The "Y. M. C. A. will be greatly weakened through the loss of Harmon, who will be out of the game. The quarter back waa injured in the cavalry game and Whitcomb will have to do some shift ing for the coming battle. Fast Backfield Melim will have Noble Kauhane, Clifford Melim, Brash and Mahikoa in the backfield. which should give thu team the most speed In circling the ends. The line will be reinforced, an 1 with Pat O'SuJUvan and Harry Bertei mann at guards the Townles will have plenty of beef. "Fat" Melim will be placed at center and Thompson and Nicholson will be at the tackle posi tions. Rodrlgues, H. Melim, Haw kins, Leal. Jones and Thompson will have a chance at the end positions. The Y. M. C. A. will naturally .be forced to go up against a stiff propo sitlon. and although the line will not be any stronger than the one Schu man had, Melim will have more speed in the backfield. Then Brash Is an ex cellent man-at the forward pass gaire, and working with Rodrlgues this com bination should do something. Davis Will Play The Y. M. C.A. will have Davis in the backfield, and although the team will miss aMrraon, Davis and Pammel should gain on the Townles. With Whitcomb, von Holt, Albrecht, Kam pert and other good line men the "Y" team should hold Its own In this de partment. McCombs may be placed at quarter or Whitcomb will take this position. Albrecht will be used at end or tackle. The consensus of opinion around tie city appeared to be that It will be a hard fought game throughout, with no advantage to either, side. A forward pa8 game la dangerous at all times, and in this respect the Townles wilt have the advantage. A large crowd u expected out to watch the big battle. A judge presiding over a court in Washington was administering the oath to a boy of tender years.- and to him put the following question: "Have you ever taken the oath; do you know how tr swear, my boy?" UUthur Ewart 1, William Wong 0, Wfl liam Williamson . OA Willard Grace 3. George H. Angus 0, F. H. Armstrong 8, E. I. Spalding 0. H. H. Walker 2, Haf old Grace William Simpson 2, Co' Curtis P. Iaukea 3, J. J, Belser 4. Total 19. Honolulu. Golf Club James I. Vi Grelg3. William Bell 0. Frank Todd t. J. Rexburg 0, R. McLean 0, E. W. Dreier 3, F. Halstead 0. R. B. Booth 1, W. Canaday 0, W. Forrest I, S. O. Halls 0, W. G. Chalmers o, Roy Blauk shear 0, E. Munro 0, W. Cullen 1. To tal 9. HONOLULU be the BEST GIFT you can make any address at $8 per year. Semi-Weekly Place subscriptions now so the Holiday issues From Cavalry By Big Score Although the 4th Cavalry tears fought hard throughout the entire game at Moiliili Field on Saturday afternoon, they were no match for the" Y. M. C. A. team, who won out by a score of 32 to 0 in a battle whlci was one-sided. The local players ran the ends bucked the line, and forward passed thefr way to the goal line. Less thart two minutes after play was called th4 Y. M. C. A. backfield carried the bait down the field fonbig gains, and Pam mel carried the ball across for the first score, von Holt kicked goal. Davii featured the play with three louj runs. Pammel Scores After an interchange of punts an several short runs Davis shot a for ward pass to Pammel who raced across the line for a touchdown, vort Holt kicked the goal. The thUdLtpjh down was made In the second perfoj when Davis made a "beautiful pass W Noyes who carried the ball across foi a score, von Holt failed to kick goal and the score stood,20 to 0. The Cav alry made a strong hid for a score through great work by Ernest and Sugga in the closing minutes of play; but the wnistle blew to end the half; After an exchange of punta in tht third period, Davis and Pammel mad some long runs and Pammel onc more went over the goal line for t score. No goal waa kicked. Davl captured a forward ' pass from thej Cavalry and carried it about 30 yards. After a few bucks ha went over tM line for the last score of the day. Ernst and Sufljs 8tr Ernst was the big star of the day for the Cavalry, although Suggi proved to be a real player on many oc casions. He has plenty of speed, and as a matter of fact, both of these play? era would show a heap more with a faster team. There appeared to b plenty of material, but the machine" failed to run In a smooth manner. All of the Y. M. C A. players showed good work. Whitcomb and von Holt were spilling the play on a number ot occasions, and after Whitcomb took his place at quarter, made good wlta a vengeance. Harmon was Injured; which necessitated a shift in the line1 . up.' .-. - -" r Y. M. c. A. Cavalry Albrecht L.E Sugg Von Holt L.T .1 Vogel Ball .... L.G Garrison Hedric C. Devery Kam pert ....... .R.G......... Jonnsol " Whitcomb R.T. Wright Noyes RJEL Kaiser Harmon ...... .Q... ......... 8oule4 Pammel L.H Chartrand Davis .H.H Tyson Darnell ......... FJB . Ernst Substitutions: Y. M. C. A. Brlntnall V for Harmon; McComb for Noyes. airy Victor for Suggs; Skinner fo Kaiser; Rogers for Chartrand; Guri for Tyson. . . . Touchdo-ns: Y. M. A. Pammel 3; Davis, 1; Noyes, 1. Goals frod . touchdown, von Holt. 2. r H. M. Blowers, referee; Capt Carr, umpire; Sergeant Zimmerman. hea4 linesman; H. J; Wentzel, timer. Time of quarters, ten and twelve minutes. One minute rest for quarters and fifteen for halves. 3 r 1 -f. ' r'.r- i-H . 'vk 'St ..... J(i-- -.-- n .; " . ' '. - It ! 1 t i- A ! ea m Brazil. j mm f ' - 4.