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-8 THE SUNDAY ADVERTISER, OCTOBER WATER PDL0 JEAM,i I IU1S WITH SOLDIERS George Freeth's Sextet Beats Dough Boys Seven to Zero in Drowning Contest. George Freeth ati.l his water polo team sunk the whole Kurt Shaffer fleet an.l landed five goals in the first half of the game iu the army post swimming tanks yesterday afternoon and in the second half jut played with the soldier bovs, oulv putting over two more which made the final score 7 0. Freeth's! bunch had ir on Fuele Sam's men in every way. They were heavier, their team work was superior and they did not have to bother about the swini- miri" part of it anv more than a polo't'en and Maxwell hit is up for eleven. , ,, . , ', . , co,i -,, , The largest scores were made on Earn- v aver thinks about keeping the sau.Ue . " ,. ., J - 1 " I sev s bowling. Kamsey is the sailor when he is charging atter the ball. The; ln:in who 1ut the Christ v Matbeson soldiers had to devote half their atten-1 on tl)e ball ast week which baf- tion to the swimming end of it and tj10 oca batsmen, when one of them got the ball he let- retain Kelly of the bark Andrew go of it almost as soon as he was ; ich was high man among; the marin d ucked, while they could sink Freeth ,,,.. ife netted ten runs and then and his water dogs to their heart's con tent, but they couldn't recover the sphere. Freeth's team was always there with the interference. As quick as one of the dough boys landed on the man with the ball the rest of Freeth's team mounted their interference, releasing the man with the ball and he dove right through the bunch for a goal. Young Chapman, a son of the ranking captain of the post, was a game young ster against the big men. but he could r-o: stay down with Freeth's submarines and they made him let go of the ball. Brown, of the Shaffer sextet, had several drowning matches with the champion life-saver, but the latter al- ways kept tlie ban. Duke i'aua coui-i u. ro through the Shaffer bunch for a goal, K any time he liked, and Watlington j j tackled two men at once. Although j y Archie Robertson, Hammel and Cottrell;, were ducking the dough boys right and left the ' other three men could have beaten the six without this trio's assisf a nee. The game was played in two seven niifiute halves. Corporal Woodruff offi ciated as starter. The ball which was usea had to undergo repairs iietore tne game could start and, this caused con-',, i um i i t i x' i ' ( and Eobertson frolicked in the tank which kept the audience ertertained and prevented them from fretting. There were some women among the M It I . I .1 H S ill II I t irl 11 MI tT 1 lit- .. . 1 Jl V ' bovs from town. i ... i( loung i napman gor tne nan tor waiter at tne nrsr toss,.F but he was at once submerged and Ham-1 mel scored after twenty seconds of play , for the Freeth team Woodruff threw the ball out again and after a few, passes Duke i aua slammed it against i the goal board, carrying it clean through , the bunch. Shaffer got the. ball on thel .next throw, but Paua secured it after a few passes and scored in one minute 1 of play while the rest, of his team sub merged all interference. There was a series of passes following the next toss and Freeth came through with a goal. ISooth. the soldier's goal tender, sank "reeth, but the latter got away from him retaining the ball and scored de spite all opposition. On the next toss the players warmed up and there was a succession of lively duckings. Archie Robertson got the ball first and passed it to Paua over the heads of the rest. Paua planted the lump against the goalboard while the rest of the two Teams were going down in pairs locked in each other's em braces. The ball lot its shape, ab sorbed .some of the pond and became crinkly, so it was easy to grip onto. The S'-ore then stnod live to nothing, with only one minute more of the first half to play, and the soldier boys ral lied in one mighty effort. They fought their wav almo-t up to their opponents' goal,' when i he timekeeper's watch ricked the end nm! it took a lot of poise to call a halt. After that Staiter Wood tuff got a whistle. The players took a 2"'l rest and :it''ii w ent at ii again fr the secon 1 jii'iiod. Neither si,!,, changed lineup. The original soldier ewt -tuck it out To the linisK I-reel h got the :a!l at the -tart of the mm ond half and resisted every effort in -e pa rate him from it. After two and a half minutes of frolic, Freeth came through with a goal white i ne re-t -el 'ma r i iu -f the bunch was working a k the lump and fooled and a half before scor diafter men started for J.a-sa I lien I aim to around a ininutr it e' One of the a wim with the object of contention in one hand and young Chapman guard ing him against interference. Watling i.'ti, however, came along, and as the t w o soldiers reached him he clapped a hand on each one's head and the trio all ni'i't down together. Then there were :l lid A tai.ii a tew .: he garni' number m in tii. the esci sses and one grand splash, was all m er. f iiriiiv olliccrs w ho wer mntrh were ilisappointed etui-nt didn't la-t a while ! . Thl'V . :t P'i -OMl me. I ! o I: in K r f..r un.'e tine heir ST V .ii men were i.ldier. . 1 '.'tei'M.n . .i !ii;;on . . . .-vuifh i ' 'M' i i . r return, r he had prisoner !. inner.. ." went. r, sterdav to coa stal ted i.'s li'f; i arriv- 111 ;.i;.l Fp."i i liiii-ii '.1 :g ill illh ad U'iwit! :id stolen l,e ,! ugly . aim os juace - , ''.! 1 c.i i : ar. d i .' man lie Honolulu oe.ls an.t SiO'l Hi "ia mi the -t blabbed ..f t! tLirt ie at a hov.t. LOCAL CRICKETERS DEFEAT MARINERS! Honolulu Club Team Piles Up Score of Ninety-three to Thirty-two for Sailors. The Honolulu Cricket Club team treated their sailor visitors at Makiki field to a worse defeat yesterday than ithev handed t lie British mariners a week ! ago. The local men ran up a score of '.'X yesterday to 32 for the jolly tars. : Last week the club team let the visifors j oil' ti.j to 1)1. Bob Anderson was back on his stroke yesterday, playing with i his own team. He got away with four j teen run: but Y. (dart wrighKiiiore than i doubled on him, piling up thirty. Gray ; had it on Anderson with a score of nine- k necked a pop fly that lodged in Cart wright's clutches, retiring the captain. J. Massev was the next best man with seven and he was not out at the finish. William Knott played with the home team yesterday, but Mrs. Knott, the star woman cricketer, did not appear on the field. The British ships now here expect to sail some time this week, but two other British colliers are expected before next Saturday so the local men are looking forward to another match this week end. Sailor Team. W. Burgham, c. R. Anderson, b. Brown 1 W. Simpson, e. (.'. Anderson, b. Cart wright 0 Mcl'h.rson. b. Cartwright. c.v j,. Cartwright Orr. b ..Brown ..." y4 . r,,de, b .Brown Kamsev ff.i. Brown 0 in o C. Barclay, 'li. Brown J. Massey, not out A. Halleday, c. Brown, h. Brown.. J. Gemmeli, b. Brown Extras Total 2-2 Honolulu Club. -p. . Brown, run out " Bob Anderson Kamsey, b. Massey 14 Harry Bailov, bowled, b. Massev II. T. Winkl'ey, e. Gemmeli, b. Kelly itiray, b. Kamsey ! T Wifi,,i ,t nrtf nut 0 o 'y in, .v . . . - i t Anderson, run out " (. y f.,we) 0 Ramsev, b. Massev 11 i .- Cartwright, c. Massev, b. Kam 30 n o s " K ' 't V Kellv b. Kellv. Extras Total 93 . m MILITARY FOOTBALL LEAGUE IS PROPOSED Some of the National Guard grid:ron warriors and towuies are warming up for a scrimmage and they want the Military Athletic Association to or ganize a football league and get the Marines, Infantry and Cavalry to put out teams. Some of the men who Ida veil in the military league ijaseoau .series suggested yesterday that Lieu tenant Boweii detail himself to round up a battalion of football teamsr mus- j tering three from the regular service ' and let the Militia in for the fourth. ! Ti.e Mamies have already signified a : desire to get into the game, the guards ! are practically ready to fall in and all that remains is to call cut the int'antrw ami cavalry. "Somebody said. "It's up to Lorrin A lid rows, 'lie'- secretarv of the Mili-, tarv Aihielic Association. lie OU; to call a meetiiiL' at the bungalow ri; ;ht ht away ami get the thing started." The following National Guard line up war. proposed last night: Bill Ckiltou, Clarke. Clem Akina, Krnst Akina. Wal ter McUougal, Bill Desha, Lota. Frank lloous. Boh Chillingworth. George Freefn and Waller Rycroft. Freeth and Fru-t Akina used to play on the old Mime team and Kycrol'f. is an old Pu na hou man. It is thought that l'ercy Henson could be induced to coach the National Cuard eleven. Percy was at one time captain of the famous Butte, Moiuana. Giants and he has coached the Millie team here. He knows the game trom A to 7. and could soon get familiar with the new rules. ALC0 CAR WINS SECOND VANDERBILT CUP RACE Tne Air. irant. won tirv in t ! : t car. i i i j en se.-ond c Vanderbilt c bv Harrv F. ois cutive vic ra.e at the .Mori P ark s.ee.iway, near Brooklyn, .-Merday against a livid Z l-iand. h : 1 ty t V . ing tiie : r'.-au n 1; lg ii -c la SS iKitl 1 nes, ii; ean and -t if 1 t :e'I ; ieorge S. ya; Hawaiian Ti.-y lor the c i '.i a c.'i i .ie ";.!.! sve Coiii- iicil n; ill this -i ... ; Ah ii.. g.'i'i M'gs to c. The the .-a- i.'K six;. nt hist course NtV-fiV- i ' ma ii v.:- 1 Le er .'i;a 0 I'M lit c r : 1 1 g - Wn e.i !i,, 'h- e :7S-m: v-r Ml a ' ; a g':' si-rc-i "i - an !!.i:M'. 'ITHs I" for the " a t : . 1 -1 1 , . j t i winning ra.'.r wa d the pa.-e without ling tiie bet at t! he foreign ear w.-v this event. i-i.l the to. 1 of f.-r Ms, and to have and was in jurv e tiiiish. si.eciailv ome milt RTS STRIKE PLAYERS JUST RIGHT Tennis Stars Say They Are Fast Enough to Bring Out Best Playing. Fast playing marked the opening of the new Moana Hotel tennis courts at Waikiki yesterday afternoon when some of the crack players representing the Pacific, Beretania, Manoa. and Neigh borhood clubs gave an exhibition on i he two courts, all eight players after wards expressing the opinion that while they were not the fastest courts in Nnvn, yet they were just fast enough to bring out the best sort of playing. The two courts have been in process of making for many months and have been constructed in the most approved way, with macadam foundation, roiled by steam roller and the surface com-j posed of oiled sand and light crushed ! ii ! t pri il ttirt -tinl -f.irmiTiiT j cr.l .-. I t.I ' , . , j 'l'"" fuiiace. xue .onS xounu me.. courts not too hard on the feet. They ascertained one thing about the courts and that is there is plenty of elboV room at the ends and the players were not crowded for space. The courts are splendidly located in one of the prettiest parks in the city. The view from the porch of the hand some clubhouse gives out upon a cocoa nut grove, long stretches of lawn, at tractive cottages and fancy shrubbery. The aim of the late Alexander Young, who planned and superintended the la--ing out of the courts was to have the very best in Honolulu. He selected the site and none better could have been chosen. The courts are sure to be popu lar with players from all the clubs in the city, as well as with the guests of the Moana, Young and Hawaiian ho tels, all of which are under the Young proprietorship, largely because the loca tion is so beautiful. A. A. Young, who has succeeded the late Alexander loung in the genem oversight of the Young enterprises, was! present at the opening, as was Manager j f. II. Hertsche. The latter who didn't know a tennis score from a polo stick has filreadv become t linroncrhl v inter esf j j th'e .inie from th fine cshi , bition given yesterday, and plans to Tpr nn tliA (To 'lip lldinfr I h , piirlv morn. intX hours for exercise in the courts. I A. lj. castle and will Koth were -... t Ath- ,.... , ,,;,,,?.,, -L: , ,.. ttter ; with the score of (i 3. d 1. ! A. M. Nowell and F. K. Steere were ' matched against C. G. Bockus and Rich ard Cooke, winning from the latter with the score, G 4. 6 2. j The two winning pairs played after-: Roth and Castle, the latter winning,1 75. C 4. The playing was exciting on both ; conrts throughout and some rather won-, derful plays were witnessed. j None of the players were fatigued at i the conclusion of the strenuous playing.; the cool trade winds from across the Manoa ridges sweeping across the courts. 1 At times there is a little too much , breeze and the management will prob-1 ably plant pine trees on the mauka side to form a windbre I ' " ; A. A. 0. PROMISES SUCCESS Five of Ten Clubs Endorse Ap plication, and Others Prac tically Assured. Five of the necessary ten clubs have s'gned I lie application for membership j in the A. A. F. as the Hawaiian Aso- I ciafioii of the Amateur Athletic Fnion. They are.- The Hawaiian Outrigger iub. Hawaiian Football Association. McKinley High School, (irannnar School ! League and Y. M. C. A. The St. Louis J alumni baseball team lias signified its intention of joining, but the snau with j the application did not get around for the Saints' signature Friday. The Oahu College alumni were favor ably inclined Friday, but Mr. Oreenweli was the otiicia! whose signature was needed, and he was not connected with. The Kamehameha Schools are good anv time for a signature, and Will Lyle is strong for coming in with the Myrtle I'.oat 'Jul, and the Honolulu Yacht Club. These orga nizat ions w ill probably add their autographs tomorrow, and the ap plication will be forwarded to Secretary Sullivan this weeh. along with a list of ipiestions which are bothering some f'f tiie others who want a tall h r.. ledge oierstati. stem l-e -! with five wl o tin the'.r ling of the woihings ot fol e t iiCV w ill l-.-ceii.e the A. A. F, minds bet-r.-hand. : 1 I: Ml Mt i n t her c t u i t.:ia.c orga s i!. n w't ii.iiit li.nt ions were r. n the stair, and Mi 'oilege, felr i word,. 'MiCtiU.t cue of that it t;. ( );; i-,;c only a formality to get the thing started by having ten r-Ud s make ap idiciit i.ei. and as it would be ti:e middle ,.t' .. ember i fore the A. A. T. an nual meeting, when a charter might be granted to ! Hawaran braii.-h. the ten eoiild go ahead and get in the r.p plieat:on. ami if the tdan went fh rough an 1 all the other clubs that tr.ey were j in anv wav auiiiatea wuu iea in uuv, j t 1 e i'achward in All About It. I aid that tiie Oalm College had had a . - c t 1 1 1 1 1 T t ee stndvingj I over the rules and living to dope it all j out in advance just how the college j would be affected by joining, and there I were a lot of questions which no one here seemed. aMe To answer, and he thought that any one who had any doubts or v: as not as fully informed as he would caie to be about the A. A. 1". should note down any questions he migiit want to ask and send the i.-,r in to The Adveitiser. addressed to the sporting editor, so that the entire batch of ipieries might be forwarded to Sec retary Sullivan at New York. There is not sutlicieut time to get all the ques tions cleared up in this way before the application for membership is made to get into the A. A. F. this year, and so the better way to do. it is thought, will be to semi the questions along with the signed application, and the national sec- I retary will probably clear up the matter 'at the same time that the charter is oranred to the Hawaiian branch, and then ti.ev v .r!d i.i omhig forward. Wants to Know Pre-;. lent iritliths then the others can join after that. It) ,10s tlu' tr"gglJ between the two rival is onlv the intention now, anyway, to i Pr,vs get ten club'! to make the application! Tllf' dinners were hailed as couquer for member-hip, so as to get 'the thing ! J,l heroes when they pulled up and dis started, and get the rest in later. j embarked into the embraces of their Might Sent Track Team. t Percy Folsom, hvhen he signed for the High School, said that the strongest reason lie had for favoring the move- i merit was tiiat with the Islands under bnisdiction of the A A. TT. all the lecords mane oy i tie jocai atnietes would ilie officially registered and stu dents going to the States to colleges would be able to show their records. inere is nariey i.yman, ne con- uiiueu. lie useu iu t ia. vu 'tM,,r- the big league ball teams. Nobody knows-whether -Tie accepted money for it or not and if there had been any one from here attending West Foint or Annapolis when Lyman was taken into athletics at the military academy a protect might have been entered against him and there being no A. A. U. branch ; an.l there being no a a u. Drancn dow ii ii..r. ,u -"" : " he could have been barred from par ticipating in athletics altogether. As it was he was questioned about his record and there being no one to dis pute him as there was no amateur or ganization in the Hawaiian Islands Jift was a Imitted on the academy baseball team." Folsom then spoke as though there might be a possibility of getting up a track team to send to some of the . TT. meets. "There is Bill Rice." hp said, "he can do the hundred m ten and a fifth every day and there are not manv who can make such time except now' and then when they are in their best condition. !but Bill never seems to hnvo off dav. It thev can raise ill 40.000 in a week to put up a new Y. M. A. building T guess it would n 't be such a hard matter to send a team of athletes to the States to com pete in the' A. A. F. athletic meets." WE ARE iC in the field WITH VICTOR RECORDS "KIN ABE" The Monarch of Sweet Toned PIANOS 3 FIRST A.NY COMPOSITION PLAYED CUSTOMERS. Honolulu Music C James VV. Bergstrom, Mgr. BEAT MYRTLE KIDS Win Real Cup Race Against Rivals Who Beat Them Two Weeks Ago. The llealani lobs term who were cate'u- ing crabs a couple of weeks ago, got a wiggle on yesterday and eaugh: the Myrtles before they :ha,i covered half the course. Then they crept stealthily past and won the barge race bv a good three boatleiifrths in Honolulu Imr. j bor yesterday afternoon. There were j quite a number of fair ones at the Myrtle and llealani boat houses to wit- ieiiow club men atter their final triumph over the reds, while th van quished hastened by lest they might take on the blues by reflection as thev j were sweeping past. J lie Jlealanis won the toss and chose the Waikiki side of the course, which extended from number two buoy to the marine railway piles, a distance of about a mile. Tha Myrtles got slightly ! the better start lint the Ifealanis soon , pa, M wi(h th(Mn h. or three spurts and. gaining the leal, gradnally lnereased it to the finish. The Ilea- lanis pulled a strong cateh stroke with a leg finish which maintained the speed. They adoted the same stroke that the llealani freshmen pulled in their regatta day race with the Myrtle fresh- men. The Mvrtles rowed in the barge Alf jojrers vesterdav. hut going over the course only one way. their sh horter i . boat gave them no advantage as in the regatta day event when the Healanis claimed to have lost the race on the turn, the Alf. Rogers being able to come a hour -with a shorter curve. The crews in yesterday s event wre: Healanis. Myrtles. F. Evans stroke C. Crnzier F. Kruger 3 K. Smith H. Klemme 4 M,i- Bolte T). Benny 3 O.Sims C. Broderick 2 C. Littlejohn a. tfowf"': i ij. nougu L. Cunha cox: B. Girller J ne ome ones ami rea ones naipeuea to get within range of each other Sun- dav afternoon two week's lg.i and they interchanged a volley of challenges for an impromptu race. Neither er w, it was claimed, wer? proficient with the oars and some of them had nev;r rowed in a barge before, but thev accepted introduce to tne new Let me Victro-r J L$1MI': It has the same clear, beautiful mellow tone-quality that has made the Yictrola the most wonderful and most perfect of all musical instruments. Come in and hear this new Yictrola. Why not give a Yictrola for Christmas? Membership in oun Music Club EXTITLES YOU TO PIVE PIECES OF Popular Music per month for $1.00 Or as manv more as vou wish at the FOR each other'? dire and struck Myrtle " loose members'' . 1. 11. i out. n. ran awn reported tht i '.o t ,:o Mines aiol thev iiiey jerr their crabs. opponents eatchug .atcb:ng crabs would seem to be n ' mnocenr a pastime as lassoing 'jJ5 ' trogs when thev h-an into the nrwi v the that Jlea.anis resented tl.e. a,d- that thev were It: Hint' tims t,i and started right tin Myrtles that training to shov thev coma sura- tiiem on the null. The next thin? th ' will probablf ! probable craw! into their shells ' to it again for further honors - 4 io SHEBA'S VETERANS TACKLE BOYS THEIR AGE TODAY :'t The rejuvenation of Kiddo Sbfbt'i veteran baseball jugglers has got u other bunch of the old bovs to coito and the "lias Beens and "Coal 4 iiaeks" will clash at the league ground I this morning. Sheba 's bunch of oil 1 sports romped all around :he Lillh. ' tians of the Buddhist School loo oL i . . i ... u VUI .1 uay. piling up a score ot 4 to 13, TV, nine thev are gointr un acr-ainstwv. morning is known as the Heimin teu 0 Merchant Takakuwa has donatoi . trophy for the winner of today's matfc to whet the rivalry. The slow will 1 gin at ten o'clock. AUTO DRIVER HAS M f I n A few hours after he had run down I Kf Japanese on King, near Alakea, Jerry '"'i Koouey was yesterday arrested and pot f I ' in the cooler until such time as heeu y disense with a very choice attack of what the police diagnoses as the D TlL , The Japanese, name Yarita, was rid- ; i ing a wheel at the time auto No. 270 struck him, investigation Bhowing tbt X machine to have been driven by Boomt, Li T .. x : . . . i . j i i . - t Later in the dav a number of chaiif- $ feurs brought Rooney to the statioi f, suffering from the snakes and -he Wll ! locked up pending examination. " . There will be a special church vice held at the Oahu penitentiary this t J morning, at whieh Mrs. Mills, of Oak-'it land, California, will be present. Mil f5! Mills, during her past visits to Hono- h lulu, has taken a great interest in tt f religious work being done at the prina J uuaige ui mis muiuiug s t-xtsrcises, win ; Miss Florence Yarrow officiating at t ganist. In addition to an 'address j ! Mrs. Mills, there will be solos sung i f,. Miss Bertha Kemp and Thilip Hall, sete tions by the O. P. quartet ami the lada V of Kawaiahao Seminary and nddrew it bv Mr. Damon and John M. Martin. i il i! 1 II If H m same rate. DELIRIUM TRENDS and her Kindness is well remembered m if the loner termers. C. J. Dav will him M i i. r . i : -A. y you I mm King St. Near Port.