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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1909.
do oc JO 0 o Ladies' Tan Welt Oxford y S o r One of the new styles for Spring, 1909. PRICE $3.50. , THE CHIPS Manufacturers' Shoe fany n o Win by Close Score From the Jewels Y. M. C. A. Team Trims Puns. Q oc bllllllVUl 1051 FORT STREET O CZ30 tin llfH 4 Wilt ARE By the close score of 3 to 1, the in vincible Mailea took away the honors from the Diamond Head aggregation of players yesterday afternoon, and thereby established without the shadow . of a doubt their title as ehampeena of the Hawaiian Association Football lubs for the season of 1908-1909. It was up to the Maile kickers to win this contest for sure, for on it rested their chances, to a great extent, of being able to call themselves champions. The Y. M. C. A. crack team, in the first .game, walked all over the Punahous ; seore, 4 to 1 and this placed them on st percentage par with the Mailes, each : yame won counting two points; and t'onsoquently the Mailes went into their ame with the Jewels with every de termination to do things. Although the first game was won by the Y. M. C. A. team by the score of ! 4 to 1, it was no easy match, being! Jiard-fought throughout. The Punahous were up and doing every minute of play, but they were simply outclassed. Better training, better teamwork, and more experience told for the winners. The Y. M. C. A. boys were especially good at dribbling the ball down the field and in long passes at crucial mo ments, anil this facnltv. nnmhinprl with the aggressive methods they used, won ! the game for them. Had the Mailea JJeen unsuccessful in downing the kick ers with the jewelry cognomen, a tie would have ensued for the champion ship. The second contest was brimful of exciting moments. The Jewels started off like winners, for, after a little pre liminary playing, they shot the spher oid down the field and scored the first goal of the game. From thence on till the end of the game it was fight, fight, fight, with the odds finally shoving' the lest end of the score to the Mailes. This established their, right to the championship, which ended yesterday. "Without a doubt the Diamond Heads put up the best exhibition of the Eng lish sport that they have this season. "The men worked well together and they -worked hard together, but it was of no avail, for the oldtimers had it on them. The season just ended has been un usually successful from almost every standpoint. Interest has been awaken ' d in this clean sport, and many young sters have developed into star per formers. The line-ups of the teams were as follows in the games played yesterday . afternoon at the baseball park: First Game. Y. M. C. A. Position. Punahou. J. Macaulay G Fraser Dickinson L.B Akina Swift R.B....R. R. Catton CDixxm . .L.H Mackinnou J. Maceonel C.H. Lota : Rickard O. McKinley .. , J. C. Anderson. , McLaughlin . .. R. Brown ...... J. Macaulev . . . .R.H.. .O.K.. ..I.R... .C.F... .I.L... .O.L.. W. Desha Mon Yin . . Walker H. Catton D. Heads. .J. Second Game. "Mailes. Position. J.J.Belser G J.C.McGill L.B "vvm.Greig . .H.B J. II. Andrews L.H II. Chmingworth. .C.H. E. Davis R.H Mareallino O.L Craik I.L... E. J. Clark Hickman . . Lemon . Hughes Sherwood . E. Kea Fernandez E. Andrews C.F. . II. Bailev I.R. G.Dwight ...O.R. Sing Chong Abe Norton C. Oss Blockaded Every Household In Honolulu Should Know How to Resist it, The back aches because the kidneys are blockaded. Help the kidneys with their work. The back will ache no more. Lots of proof that Doan's Backache Kidney Pills do this. It 'a the best proof, for it eomes from Honolulu. A. J. Cahill, night watchman for Messrs. T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., of Fort street, Honolulu, Hawaii, says: "When a young man I was a sailor, but was finally obliged to give up sea life on account of backache and kid ney trouble. I tried various remedies in my effort for relief, and Doan'a Backache Kidney Pills, procured from the Hollister Drug Co., were the one that at last restored me to good health. If anyone desires further par ticulars of my case, he is at liberty to inquire of me." Dnan '9 Backache Kidney Pillr are eold by all druggists and storekeepers at 50 cents per box (six boxes $2.50), .or will be mailed on Teceipt of price y the Hollbter Drug Co.. Honolulu, wholesale agents for the Hawaiian Is lands. Remember the name, Doan's, and take no substitute. &??fjh - -u 4 , 7 jCk .ir -,- f v -" i. - r...,. . - .-...:r - - !,, ,,-v,l,,, ,v,. ,, , .1 MAILE ILIMA TEAM, WHICH, WITH SLIGHTLY CHANGED LINEUP, CAEEIED OFF CHAMPIONSIJIP YESTERDAY. THEY CSN'T BEAT COLONEL BOGEY Fine Tournament at Country Club, but Members Are Losers. Colonel Bogey beat them all out at ne Country Club links in the tourna ment held yesterday, although the fic titious gentlemen only downed Charles A. Hartwell by three holes. Hartwell made the best score of the day, with Thomas Gill coming in a close second with four dowTn. The tournament was a decided success, there being thirty two entries. The day, while not too cold, had just enough of a nip to make the players feel like hustling. Prizes were awarded to the winners, consisting of silver cigarette cases. 1 with a hand-painted hunting scene on each. The special prize, put up for the first player to make the new sever th, or Halstead, hole, was not won by any one. The prize will remain hung np, however, until someone does the dis tance in the required number of strokes. Someone will have tf do three in a competition, though, before the prize will be awarded. A sumptuous lunch was provided, and many club members, other than the golf players, availed themselves of it. The club is getting to be a popular place for members to lunch on holidays and Sundays, as one is always sure of finding congenial company there in addition- to an excellent table d' hote . . Dodge meal. Many auto parties were up dur C. Lyman 1 An ' IUC KLtAJ . The new tennis courts are about completed and should be ready for play next week. These will make the Country Club popular for racquet en thusiasts as well as the club-swingers. The club will pull off an invitation tournament in the near future, and will arrange for tennis teas on Satur day afternoons. The scores, which were all close, were as follows in the bogey match yesterday: C. A. B Thomas 3 down 4 " 5 " 5 " 6 " 6 " 6 " 6 " 6 " 6 " 6 " 7 " 7 " 7 " 7 " 8 " 8 " 9 " 9 " 9 " 9 " 11 " 12 " 13 " 14 " 14 " 14 " 16 " Gill A. F. Ewi J. O. You George F. E. M. Car C. T. WiU H. Babsor J. D. Gail M. A. Rol D. H. Hit C. B. S. G. High William Woon Frank Armstro J. H. Fiddes J. G. Rothwe J. T. Fen wick E. O.White J. G. Spencer Henry Roth F. L. Waldron . H. H. Walker E. J. Waterman H. G. Spencer The caddies' tournament will take place this morning at 10 o'clock, to be followed by a lunch. As there are about forty youngsters on the list, there will be something- doing. 7 M - Instead of saying she wouldn 't marry the best man on earth, the spinster should stick to the trutn and say she couldn't. RACING MOTORCYCLE HURLS DRIVER 20 YARDS While Speeding Around Kapiolani Track Curve, Sylvester's Pedal Catches and He Is Thrown. One race only was the sum and sub-j stance of the motorcycling contest out at j Kapiolani Park yesterday morning, and! that was attended with an accident that may prove serious to Sylvester, the losing rider in the two-mile open championship race. 3hi the last lap of the race, with R. Berger, his only competitor, a good hundred yards in the lead, Sylvester shot a trifle too swiftly around the curve of the rough track, with the result that, as he threw his weight on the inside to preserve an equilibrium, his pedal caught in the dirt and he was hurled forward from the machine for twenty yards. Besides being bruised considerably and collecting a large amount of peb bles and small chunks of dirt in the fleshy part of his leg, the daring rider was not damaged. His injuries are ex ceedingly plainful, however, and it was necessary for him to consult a doe tor immediately to have the rocks and particles of mother earth picked out of his skin. There was great excite ment among the small crowd of specta tols when the accident occurred, most of those witnessing the smash-up de claring at once that it was a great wonder the man was not killed, as he was thrown to the ground with terrific force by the impetus of his high rate of speed. When picked up, Sylvester was con scious. The accident was due, in the main, to the rough condition of the track over which Berger and Sylvester were racing. Notwithstanding this drawback, the speed-fiends were treat ed to a daring exhibition up until the time of the keeling over of Sylvester's machine. Berger was a hundred yards in the lead on his 2'4 horsepower In dian eyele at that time, and there was very little chance for Sylvester, who drove a six horsepower Reading Stand ard, to catch up. - The race was award ed to Berger. After this no one would race Berger in the ten-mile run, for which a medal was offered as a prize. Curtis Hustace was present with his belt-drive ma chine, but could find no one willing to test speed with him. As a matter of fact, the motor races, per schedule, were decidely a fizzle. The drivers of the noisy bikes didn 't exactly like the idea of risking their necks on the bumpy old racetrack, and neither Hus tace nor Berger had any takers in their offers to race in their respective classes. The Kapiolani turf is in a fearful con lition, and, before any further motor cycle racing ja done there, considerable time and money will have to be spent in putting it in some kind of decent condition. The time for the race, the only one of the day, was good, in spite of the adverse conditions, the stop-watch catching Berger's time as he crossed the finish line at 2:53 2-5. For two miles' distance on a quarter-mile track, without embankments on the curves, the time is extraordinarily good. It is probable that a Motoreycle Racing Association will be organized 1909 in the near future with the idea view of promoting this thrilling, in if somewhat dangerous, sport. Sylves ter's disaster yesterday morning did not dampen the ardor of those who are ai present owners 01 machines in town. It was lamentable, but unavoid able. Sylvester lost a good deal of cuticle, but he demonstrated the fact thatlhe has nerve and can handle a motorbike to the Queen's taste. W. R. Chilton, who promoted the meet yes terday, hag hopes for better thines in the way of races in the future, and it is with this in view that he will en deavor to organize an association among the riders of the city. There was a fair-sized crowd out at the park in the morning, attracted by the novelty of the sport. No betting was indulged on the race. Among those present at the morning race yesterday with their machines were Carl Rhodes, Sammons, Dr. Cooper of Aiea, J e Leal and W. R. Chilton. There is a large number of motorcycle owners in the city who will probably take up the idea of an asso ciation with enthusiasm. The expense of fixing the track so that it will be decent for racing will not be light, and this is considered the easiest and fair est manner of raising funds. DID JAPANESE RIDERS QUIT? Yesterday was the big day in Hilo. An aggregation of followers of the ponies such as has not been heard of since the old days were gathered at the Rainy City to pay their respects to the fickle Goddess of Chance. The horses were a classy collection, and, if the track was not spoiled by rain, some good and fast races were un doubtedly pulled off.' Rumor has it that the Japanese horsemen balked at some of the con ditions imposed on them in entering their racers, and unconfirmed word is to the effect that they all withdrew their entries. The story continues to the eflfeet that the purse for the Jap anese free-for-all was stuck for a walking race between Dick Sullivan and H. M. Ayres. Be that as it may, Sullivan and Ayres were scheduled to stroll for a purse, with odds, it is said, in favor of the former, water, Major Collier, Indigo. One-quarter mile, free-for-all Trilby Green, Bruner, Aidion, Banonica, Frolic. Three-quarter mile, Hawaiian bred Laulii, Elko, Indigo, Major Collier. ' Second Day. One and one-half miles, free-for-all Trilby Green, Banonica, Frolic, Aid On account of the closing of the local wireless office yesterday, it was impossible to secure the results of the races in Hilo. The list of entries for the various events was as follows: First Day. One-half mile, Hawaiian bred In digo, Elko. One and one-quarter miles, Mer chants' Stake Aidion, Bruner, Frolic, Banonica. '"' Free-for-all, pacing Parnell, Harry Hurst, Waldo J. One mile, Hawaiian bred Break ion, Bruner. - Three-quarter mile, Hawaiian bred Indigo, Collier, Breakwater. . - Three-quarter mile, free-for-all Ba noniea. Frolic, Bruner. Aidion. One-lialf mile, Hawaiian bred Lau lii, Elko, Indigo, Major Collier. OPERA HOUSE January 7th and 8th, W. D. Adams Presents the Famous Comedy Drama "MRS. WIGGS OF THE CABBAGE PATCH" Arrangement with Liebler and Co., New York. Seats on Sale at Bergstrom Music Co., Monday, January 4th, at 9 a. m. ij Sport Notes Rugby football practise will be held at the baseball league grounds this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Bob Anderson will handle the souad. J The Kawaihau Boys' Club indoor baseball team will meet a picked team from the . M. C. A. players on Tues day evening of next week. Baseball practise starts Monday af ternoon. In the short time left the boys will try to mould a corker of a team to meet Mique" Fisher's bunch. "Mique" is due here on the twenty-ninth. Jack MeFadden says there is noth ing much doing in the fighting game at present. Wait a little space, jack. Joe Cohen is returning. AN EXTENSIVE WAEDROBE. The Tragedian I'm indeed sorry to leave you like this, Mrs. Buskins; but I presume you have no objection tome taking my- belongings away with met Landlady You needn't worry. My husband has already hung your other collar on the" hatrackl London Opinion. A HEALTHY JAIR. 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