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noXOUJLTT STAK-niTLLKTI-X, MONDAY, JULY 1, 1912:
REFEREE SHOULD HAVE MADE MEN
FIGHT AFTER CALLING OFF BETS
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Mike Patori Right in Guarding Honest Bettors, but He Should
nave Made McCarthy and Cordell Fight It Out on Mer
. its Crowd Could Have Judged
BY LAURENCE REDINGTON.
Hawaii Which Finishes
much the same state-
tand I should have been given the de-
Mike ..Pa ton calJod all bets cisimv right, then'
the third round of t he - Cordell had
rni'iit to make
. "I'm a square fighter," .-.he. said.'
McCarthy" is a , tough boy, and ve,
Acre going fifteen rounds.. . I didn't
want to take any chances, and I was
feeling him out. I would have opened j
up in a round or so.
The betting had a queer look to it,
and this probably influenced Paton in
his action as much as the men's actual j
showing in the ring. Up to Thursday;
Cordell ruled a steady 7. to 10 favor
it c. Injt suddenly a lot of McCarthy ,
money .showed, and this beat the price
down to evens, with hard work to
find Cordell backers at the last, al
though the, fact - that he didn't make
weight should have shortened his
price. McCarthy to win was the tip
flying the rounds, and strictly on fig;
tires this didn't seem .reasonable.
Promoter Ayres was much cut up
over the incident, but he says he's
going to try and forget it, and that
ho will vouch for the moral character
of any' fellow that fights for him In
tut ure. He doesn't believe McCarthy
was concerned in the f race, and says
that. Johnny will be given another
chance, but Cordell's name has been
bcratched off his. calling list.
Qauersocks Real Thing.
Denny Leary, the scrapping phenom
of Fort de Russy, was a much sur
prised man when he ran up against
Trooper Bauersocks, of the Fifth Cav.;
airy, in a bout that went the full
eight rounds and ended with Bauer
socks the winner by a mile. Leary
was game Jo the core, and was given
a big hand when he left the ring. He
took an awful beating about the face,
and one lamp we n,t out early in the
In the sixth round Leary was all
but out, the cavalryman having him
nelpless on the ropes three separate
times. He covered up and "Socks
ricked his head from side to side
wit hout being ; able to put over the
McCarthy-Cordell fiasco Satur
day afternoon, he took a linn
- Mand for honest sport that met with
the hearty approval of the fans. When
he climbed out of the ring and al
lowed the contestants to quit, how-
. ever, he took a rather questionable
course. There have been many in
stances in ting history where an hon
est ref ere;, seeing or hearing some
thing fishy about a fight, has" called
eff th betsf but in such cases it is
usual to make the men fight it out
on their merits.
" "Gentlemen. I do not think that
these men are fighting on the square.
All bets are called off. said Paton,
while the astonished boxers looked
blankly at each 'other. If he had
"They must fight it out on merit,
and this audience can judge whether
It Ys getting a real run for its -money,
or whether these loys are playing Ho
nolulu people for suckers," he' vould
have made still more of a hit
But Mik was so disgusted with the
whole performance that he grabbed
his coat and left the grounds as soon
"Cordell could licjc McCarthy with
one hand tied," Paton told a few of
the rlngslders who waylaid him for,
nn explanation. "He left himself
videopen at every lead,' and didn't
. take advantage of his chances to hit
McCarthy. The men were talking to
each other In. the clinches, and the
whole thing, including the v alleged
foul, looked like a frame-up to me.
There was. nothing to do but stop It."
The fight-certainly left an unpleas
ant taste. It was no fight at all from
the start, and Cordell so tauch out
, weighed his opponent that he could
have bulled him all around the ring
had he so chosen. ' McCarthy Weighed
in at 3 o'clock, about two hours be-
fore ring time, and scaled-153 pounds
in his ordinary clothes. This would
make his fighting weight about 143.
Cordell forfeited his" weight money
and didn't show up at all. It is certain.-
however, that he wasn't any
where near the 153 ;? pounds he was
supposed to make. In. the ring he
looked to be nearer 170 than 160,
and this handicap was far too much
with a hard kick in both hands, and rounds.
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FOR CLEAN, HONEST SPORT
The Honolulu Star - Bulletin
stands for clean .sport and
plenty of it in HawaiL Few
other places on the sporting:
map offer the opportunities for
outdoor games and recreations
that Honolulu does, for here
custom alone sets the seasons,
it being possible to enjoy ev
ery form of sport practically the
year round. V
The Honolulu SVr-Bulletins
sporting department aims to re
port accurately and fully all the
happenings in local sportdom,
and to keep it& readers in touch
with world happenings in the.
sporting line. The truth about
sport and sportsmen is never a
knock, and readers of this paper
will get the truth, even if it is
necessary to tread on sore toes
to publish it
In a held where so many
sports flourish, the cooperation ,
of secretaries of clubs and oth
ers interested directly in their
promotion and management Is
necessary to accurate reporting,
and the'se officials are invited to
send in schedules of games,
tournaments and competitions,
so that . they may be given de
rsirable, publicity. v
$ i 5 - 5 $ .$ $
STARS ID J. L C S ARE BOTH
ON THE TOP RIG
Former Shut 0 ut Hawaiis While the Latter Root for the Los
ers from the Grandstand Barney Joy in Form :
OAHU SENIOR LEAGUE.
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J. A. C. ... .......8 6 2 .750
Stars . . .8 6 2 .750
Hawaiis .. ........8 4 4 00
P A C '. 8 5 . 375
Asahis .. 8 1 7 .125
FIRST MATE TED CENTER
FURIOUS FUN PLANNED
3leep producer. The winner gets the The visiting yachtsmen will given
chance to fight Ben de Mello in Hilo n. m,.
the night of July 3rd. Bauersocks, 3,1 good a time as their constitution
came through the mill without a' can stand during their. stay in Hono-
mark, but his opponent will carry, lulu, if plans of the qlficers of theiHa
mementoes for some days.
Moriarjty Makes Good.
Moriarity, the fast lightweight who
wail Yacht Club ai e carried out The
program arranged will not begin un
r,e coZ erafiero " isn
.bilit?. Cordell Is a shifty boxer, over Kid Baker, of Seattle in six. Vbut.after that the fun,wilHe
He did two-thirds.. of the lead-
fast tnd furious.
voi ,,t icto h would have torn ing. and showed more knovitjee of! Jdge Cooperpresident of the Ha-
McCarthy to ribbons. But he wouldn't the -game than his opponent Still, j waii Yacht Club plans to give a luau
cut loose, and that's just hat'eaused' if Referee Eddie Madison had called , for the visitors which will -eclipse any
the pilikla. .. ' , " j it a draw, there would have been a! thing of-the kind held' in Hawaii in
Both the fighters were Indignant, number in favor of the decision. many nioons. Then there is the Ia-
or made a good bluff at being, over, Yamogato, the Jap who took a del
the turn events had taken. cision.from Plug Milne at the second:
T a..m.V4 AMIm a ttn tt Ufa cVvnix cpnrod vl rlpnn knockout on
and I'd have given anything not to Kid Cab ral. It happened Jn the sec-
haYe this happen." McCarthy told me ond round, when the Jap put ever a
ii his dressing room while the Roman short arm hook that connected flush
'mob was howling outside ,th bars, with the point of the jaw. The gong
'"I don't know what Taton meant, f6r saved him at the count of eight, but
if it was fixed I didn't even know the sponge responded to the next bell,
about it. Cordell certainly fouled me, instead of Mr. Cabfal.
door Yacht Club dance on the'nlght of
July Fourth, which will 'be One of the
social events of the season. The visit-
ing.yachtsmeiv. will : be the guests of
honor at this affair ' I ;
It is entirely: probable ,that a trip
will be madet to one or two of, the oth
er islands but s if; this .cannot be ar
ranged the guests will; be given -the
opporturifty to;see, eyerytfcJng which
Oahu offers as an attraction." 1 .
During the stay of the visitor,! there
will be several social affairs given in
their, honor aside from those announc-
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YACHTS READY TO
RACE FOR MAUI
According to Nigel': Jackson, who is
hustling the arrangements for the
fourth of. Jyly marathon from Moana
lua to Kapiolani Park, about. 25 men
are sure-starters, and as the .distance
'Is" about nine miles, most of these
should be aMc to rinish, and to finish
well bunched at that. . He says that
there is a lot of iritcrcst imong the
long-distance fraternity, and that-many.
runncrs who -li(ln't ' feol thcmseWcs
equal to the -terrific "grind from Hale
hva to Waikiki three weeks ago have
decided to try thfir mettle over this
shorter 'route. ' .
The winner; or the race, besides a
prize valued at $40. will secure, the
first leg on a challenge cup 'which has
been offered' by Charles Chill Ingworth.
which must he won twice to become
the personal property of any athlete.
-Senator Chillingworth's' ilea is to make
the race. an annual Fourth of Julyfca
tiy"e. and if anyone Is 1uky. emmigh
to grab the cup off with o sfraiftlit
wins, it is "thought that sotr.rnne will
. be found to replenish the supply.' It's
a safe bet that as jrod a sportsman
as Chillingworth -won't soc the race
die out for want of "a trophy, once it
gets-well started. ;
Practicatiy all the men wlnv ran the
Haloiua- maratlwh ' w ill be or hand
Thursday John Han, .the Hawaiian
who won the last event, will-have a
trv at the shorter distance. Jackson
will also run.
THESE SWELTERING DAYS
Worm weather suggests a chance of
climate and surroundings. Most ..per-j
sons wish to get away from the Scenes '
they have grown tirod of in a twelve
month. The golf links and the sen
beach at Haleiwa say "Come" and the
hotel management is there.to welcome.!
Six dollars and fifty cents pays. all ex-'
pensr.3 of a trip to and from thaUbeau-j
tiful place ana .for the hotel accom.
modatiofts from Saturday afternoon
until Sunday night. ' 1
; In perfect reauines -for the starting
gun, the four yachts which will com
pete in the 100 mile race to Maui for
the Maui Challenge Cup are resting
lazily in their berths today.
The start in the race, which is the
The solf tournament which was second of its kind for the season will
scheduled. for the morning of the Fourth . be made tomorrow, afternoon at 5:30
has licen1 postponed until next -. Sun- o'clock from the Healani Yacht and
day. owing to the fact thaj there are Boat Club. The .finish wil be in Ka-
so many counter attractions in the way
of sports ami celebrations.
t The tournament is down as a novelty
contest, and while its exact conditions
have not been announced yet, it is be
lieved that the flag contest, which
proved so popular a few months ago.
will be repeated. In this style of play,
each, man is allowed a certain number
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The yachts f entered for this contest
under the auspices of the Hawaii
Yacht CJub, and their owners who
will sail them, are as follows:
Gladys, Kenneth Brown.,
Kamehameha, C. Meeker.
Molilui, F. B.vSmith.
Charlotte C, George Crozier.
of strokes .based from scratch on his
club handicap. When he lias played i beine Passed between Burns and Reeve,
the allotted number he sticks a flag j but finally made a dive for. the bag.
marked with his name on the spot Iurns threw high to Dobsky, but the
where the ball rests after the last: shot, latter made a beauty stop and just
Xaturalhv the hian who cets his fine oiandgea io loucli ills man.
furthest round the course is the win-
nor. R. H. Reidford won the last flag
A. Desha should have touched sec-
tournament, getting to the twentieth ( nd for a force out instead of. throwing
green on his linal stroke. wild to first on Sumner's grounder in
4 Play will start at 10 o'clock Sunday,
and ..players desiring to enter, must be
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the second. Stow .head work;
Just after Williams took the slab
Sumner hit one right through the box
that was too hot' to handle. The ball
went to Inrnan. who had i taken cen
ter, and bounced off his legs". When
h? recovered it" he overthrew to the
terday.- He got quite a hand when he ant Happenings came last witn Bill tor
donned the mask, and celebrated his.' A i-whUe.- : ; ':-'- : ::'::
conre;r!.ack hy spearing inne s diffi
cult foul fly riht off the players' bench
in the second, ' : '
B INGLES AND BOUNDERS
Heine Raphael made his first ap
nea ranee" on the 'field for six weeks
having' returned from the Coast vei- vbai'kstot letting in a ; run
Some delightful Scotch music was
rendered during the game. Or was it
Chinese V . '.; ; . .
In man's father .was rooting for him
in the grandstand, and this may have f Reeve .made a beautiful seoon of
had .voiiK-thiue to do w ith the young Dreier's grounder in the fifth, . but
eoTlot;ian's Overanxiety to' make good. ; Winne took his' foot off' the bag to get
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ing stunt in the fmrth. when Ha
tnauku put a sharp grounder between
the box and first base. Joy ran over
and gt it. but too late to nail bis man.
He went through the motions of throw ing
to first and then. - turned', quick, as
a flash and shot it to second, where
W, Meyer, trie kwid by the play, had
;W. flyers did some fast fielding.'.'.
Kn Sue went to the outfield in the
seventh.'- He would have ; played,..- the
jgame tlirough, bur was late reporting.
Hayes made a sensational .running
one-handeil catch 'of . . Kentnor's long
overrun the bsg.' He was caught be- drive to right, picking the ball right
tween second and third with the ball off the fence.
Enthusiasm- and good-fellowship by
the bushel was on tap last Saturday
right when the Healani Yacht and
Boat Club gave an informal smoker
at the clubhouse, attended by more
than a hundred members and their
friends. As a social event the affair
was a distinct success, and it also
started a big wave of enthusiasm for
the regatta next September. V
Old-timers and ' yougsters gathered
by the score and there were songs
and yells and cheers, together with a
mighty good program, reeled off in
fast order under the direction of
Sonny Cunha. . V ....
Jimmy Lloyd set the keynote for
the evening in a brief and snappy talk.
"What we want." he - said, "is for
every one of you fellows !to see that
there is some husky chap down here
at work in the rowing box. There
was a time in the history of this club
when one man wouldn't row if another
sat in - the shell , and all that kind of
tot. Now J'm glad to say that we are
working together, and if we keep on
working, they can't beat us next Sep
tember.' And Lloj'd was cheered to
the echo, for he's one of the men who
has. done and is doing things for the
Healanis. ".' ,'.-v' -.;
The big clubhouse saw a lot of fun
Saturday night, and some of the box
ing and wrestling was all to the good.
"Ginger" Mayne and Bert Lightfoot
pulled off a burlesque wrestling match
that started out like a real fight and
fooled everybody for a minute or two
until they began tearing each other s
shirts. Among the "talent" was
George Dyson with a tenor solo that
hit the roof, P. Maurice MacMahon
in a bunch of Irish dances, Eugene
Allen with that gladsome rag "Every
body's Doin it," a reading by Mr.!
Duncan, and some athletic features
that were really high-class. Mr. Wil
son Fritch, the noted reader who ap
peared here in "The Bluebird," gave
an impressive reading and was heart
ily encored. Sonny Cunha kept rush
ing the '"acts" on and off and pretty j
soon volunteer waiters appeared with
refreshments. Everybody smoked up,
had a good time, and everybody went
away pulling for the Healanis. j
The program : . j
Overture (selected), ... .... .by the
'Three Peace" Hungarian orchestra
Welcome Address . . . Mr. Longley
Nigel Jackson Is f out with a chal
lenge to Vincent Gomes arid John Hau,
to run . a match race from Haleiwa to
Honolulu, for a side bet of $50, winner
tke all. All three men . haw been
winners of the Haleiwa marathon, and
"Jack" thinks three-cornered affair
would be a good card. His idea is to
start "pome: 'Sunday; morning in time to
finish at Athletic Park when the base
ball crowd is there.
The Moana Hotel tennis courts are
about the best in the city for accurate
playing. They are a trifle hard on the
feet, but the well -packed surface in
sures a true bounce. The courts are
well patronized just now.
Baseballers of the Colorado think It
tough luck that the cruiser won't be
in port over the Fourth. ; Had she re
mained the team would . have been
given a chance to play an exhibition
game on the holiday.
Stars 4 Hawaiis 0.
PortugueM 6, Asahis 5.
HE Stars turned a neat little
trick yesterday t when they
blanked the Hawaiis In nine
fast frames, scoring four runs
and boosting themselves Into a tie for
first place with the J. A. Cs. The first
half of the Oahu Senior League series
Is now pau, and the leaders will have
to break the deadlock with a single
game. : After dropping two out of the
first three games of the season. Barney
Joy and hts bunch of sparklers-announced
that they were out after the
flag, and that they would win the first
half. At that time the team looked
like a false alarm, but the boys start
ed a get-together campaign, with the
Yesterday's game was cleanly play
ed, and the Hawaiis 'were never threat
ening. Barney Joy topped the hill for
A. Desha, S3 ...... 4
W. Meyers. 2b ....2
Hamauku. 2b ....4
Raphael, c ... ... ..2
Dreler, lb 3 0
Hayes, rf .... 3 0
Inman p-cf ..2 0
Eh Sue. cf ....1 0 0
10 3 2 1
0 0 0 0 0
3 1 24 11 3
Totals. 28 0
ABRIUISBPO A E
Kentnor, rf .......4 0 1 0
Burns, 3b ........12 0 0
Kibbey, 3b . . .. ... .1 0 0
Suraner, If ........5 1 10
Joy. p .2 0 1 0
Fernandez, cf ....3 0 0 0 1
Dobsky, 2b .......3 0 0 0 3
Schuman. c .......4 0 105
Reeve, ss ...... ...3 0 0 0 2
Wlnne. lb .3 1 1 012
Totals...,... 25 4 5 0 27 16 0
Runs .. ......... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Base hits ........0 0 0 111 0 0 0-3
Runs ...........1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 4
Base hits ........ 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 1 -
Left on bases. Hawaiis
first base on errors. Ha waits
5. Stars 9 T
ills. 0. Start? '
uo,r y UrS bs HADE j
One lone woman, arrayed in spot
less white sat in the. grandstand in
the center of a group of . soldiers
throughout Saturday's proceeding.
The female In the ' gathering of fight
fans, ghe came early with her mili
tary escort and seemed to take an en
thusiastic, though undemonstrative In
terest in every bout. V ?
Norman Courtnay, secretary to the
Governor, was there and so far for
got his dignity as to cheer wildly dur
ing the third preliminary, afterward
claiming credit for coaching Bauer
socks to victory..
AlP the Irishmen in town should
have been at Athletic Park Saturday.
In the ring the Emerald Isle was well
represented, its sons being Leary, Mc
Carthy and Moriarty.- with Mike Paton
as referee of the main go.
Tenor Solo . . ... . . . Mr. George Dyson
Harry Lauder Imitations .... Mr. Kent
Remarks . .. . .... ...Mr. James Lloyd
Slack Wire and Trick Bicycle Rid-
ing ..... Mr. Francis Dainty
Poem, "Columbus," by Joaquin
Miller . . , . . . . Mr. Wilson- Fritch
Irish Dances . . . . . .. ..... .. .. . ..
. . . . .:. . ..Mr. P. Maurice MacMahon
Reading . ..... ..... . . . . .Mr. Duncan
Song, "Everybody's Doin' It" .. . . . .
. . . ......... .... . Mr. Eugene Allen
Wrestling Match .'. .'.
......Mr. Froelicher and Mr. Beyer
Rings and Horizontal. Bar Exhibition
...... Mr. Tevenin and Mr. Whittle
. ... . . . .Mr. Clymer and Mr. Darby
Assisted' by Mr. Lightfoot and Mr;
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Boxing Match !
Mr. Baker and Mr.; Benny
barney JOY KING OF THE SWATTERS, WAS QUITE PEEVED BE;
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Palama . .
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Palama won the championship of the
senior division of the Boys' Clubs
Baseball League by defeating Kakaako
by a 10 to 4 score, in a hotiy-contest-erl
game Sunday. Up to the meeting
both teams were undefeated, and par
tisan feeling ran high. ,
It is anybody's- race in the junior di
vision, for the win of Beretania over
Kauluwela, by 4 to 0, puts the former
team in the running for first place, On
even terms with Kauluwela. . . . . ... .
the winners, and while the opposing
sluggers often found his slants, they
couldn't get them away from the field
ers, and' the big fellow . only had a
brace of safe ones chalked up against
him, neither going for an, extra base.
Bill Inman. of Punahou was the op
posing twirler at the opening of hos
tilities, but he was as wild as a mlnah
bird, and "after hitting two men in suc
cession in the fourth, was yanked out
to make place for Bill Williams. The
latter went in with one gone and two
men on bases, and the two first bat
ters who faced him hit safely.' The
t?ext fanned and the next was retired
on an infield play, three runs .being the
total damage. Inman was very un
steady, walking five and hitting three
In the three and a half innings he
pitched. At that,: thotjgh, the Stars
werentV hitting him, and not a single
safety was garnered off his delivery.
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Stars Started Well.
The Stars showed they meant bus
iness from the call of time. Kentnor,
first- man up, got life on 'an Infield
error and went to second on a passed
ball. Burns was soaked in the ribs,
and Haole Sumner was hit by his own
batted ball and retired. Joy walked,
filling the saeks. Joe Fernandez lined
one; down to short, and Alex Desha
handled it perfectly, winging it to Ra
phael just in time to . nip Kentnor at
the rubber. Dobsky walked, but was
forced '. at second by Schuman. One
run." H.; ' ':' ' '-'V-...
There was no fnore scoring until the
fourth, when Inman hit.. Winne, and
then gave Burns a second iose of the
same medicine, after Kentnor, who
came up between, had flied to left.
This . was the "point where Williams
took charge, the Stan' three runs in
the frame, being the last scores of the
game. . ': -r v.; ;:.-..-..: ..'
La Mere Cleans Up.
Second Baseman La Mere won the
second game for the Portuguese yIth
a foar-ply wallop that cleared the
fence,1 retrieving his spotted playing
earlier in the game, lie smashed the
first ball pitched and. It tipped the
fence by inches. '
The first half of the game was list
less, and while the P. A. C. nine was
accumulating five runs the Asahis ac
cumulated goose-eggs . and errors.
Catcher MurakamfT helped the other!
side to gather runs with a wild three
base peg over second that cleaned the
sacks. The Japanese showed in-and-out
base running, throwing awaymany
chance's, but Xoda put his team In the
running in the . eighth with a steal of
second that caught all the P. A. C.
men napping. The Japanese pushed
three across in this inning, tying the
score at five-all, and looked like win
ners until La Mere's home run.
Ornellas played a crack game in
right field, pulling down :sever!al hard
ones, and the: Japanese shortstop pull
ed off. a feature throw in the eighth
by grabbing a high fly and doubling
It Mere off first with a beautiful line
throw from deep short into first base's
hands." The score: :
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Williams, cf ......4 0 0 0 2 3 0
D. Desha, If ......3 0 0 0
2; double play, Hamauku to Dreler;
hit by pitcher, D. Desha, W. Meyeha.
Burns 2, Wlnne; struck fut,Dy Joy 6.
Inman 2, -Williams 2; bases orv called
balls, off Joy 6, Inman 5, Wllluims 2;
wild pitch, Inman; passed . balls. Ra
phael 2; innings pitched, by Inman
3 1-3, Williams 4 2-3; hits, off Inman
0, Williams S. Umpires, Armstrong
and Bettencourt; scorer, Rapoo: time
of game, 1 hour 2 minutes.
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X ' - ' ABR BUSBPO A E
Sousa, 3b . ...S 0
Bushncll, ss-p ... .4 1
Ornellas. rf i 0
La Mere, 2b ......5 1
Freitas, p-ss ......5 0
Flizer. lb ..3 1
A. Joseph, If . . . ...4 1
F. Joseph, c ...... 4 1
Lino, cf ........ ..4 1
9 7 27 13 2
2 J 2
Totals........ 36 6
W "AB R BH SB PO A E
Arakl. 3b ..t 5 0 3 0 2 3
Murakami, c . . . . .4
Sakalno, 2b ...... Z
Noda.' lb ........4
C. Morlyama, ss ..4
Yamashlro, rf ....3
KoJIma, cf .......4
T. Morlyama. p . .3
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Totals .34 ' 5 1 05 27 17 6
Home run. La Mere; left on bases,
P. 'A. C. 10, Asahis 5; . first base on
errors, P. A. C. 5, Asahis 1 ; double
plays, Kojima to C. Moriyama, C Mo
rlyama to Noda; hit by pitcher, Mu
rakami; strudk out, by T." Morlyama
2, Freitas 2, f Bushnell 3; bases on
called balls, off T." Morlyama 4. Freitas
2, Bushnell 3; innings pitched, by Frei
tas 5, Bushnell 4; hits, off Freitas 5.
Bushnell 5. Umpires, Bettencourt and
Armstrong; scorer, Raposo; time of
game. 1 hour 28 minutes. ' '-.
FIRST INFANTRY BAND.
The First Infantry Band will give
a concert tomorrow night, at 7:30
o'clock at Emma Square. Program:
March From Tropic to Tropic. ...
OvertureOberon ......... . . . Weber
Waltz Italian Nights ....... .Tobanl
(a) Wolfram's Song. "O Star of
Eve;" (b) Pilgrim's Chorus
From Tannhauser ......... Wagner
Fantasia Stabat Mater ..... Rossini
Selection Attila ... .. ...... . . .Verdi
Potpourri The Opera"' Mirror.....
: ...... ......... Tobahi
Fantasle My Ofd Kentucky Home. -...
. . . . ..... j ....... . Dalbey
Joseph Feltrinelli, Chief Musician
Photo EngTaTln? of b!?bet grade
can now be secured from the Star
HuIIelln Photo Encrratlnsr plant.
There I Only One
Barb er Shop
Three First-Class Artlsta at your
i . service
BETHEL AXD KIXG.
2 0 OK- G. Silvester and E. Shroll, Props.