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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, - JULY 13, 1912.
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News and Comment (V" J UJ , W . . L A (V. Qjj j W. IX Page Edited By
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TO DEFEAT I FATAL NINTH
Barney Joy Aviates After Pitch ing Superb Ball and Holding J.
, A. us atH.s Mercy Thro ughout Fans Go Wild Over
First of Two-in-Three Tie Series Between the League
Franco, 2b .
Buckley, c .
Zerbe, rf ..
Barney Joy's goaft was gatherea In: Yamashiro. cf
by the J. A. C.'s yesterday and bis Markham, 3b
boun' dawg kicked all over, the dla-', Walker. If ...
mona in a fast and exciting ninth-Inn- Bruns, lb
Ing fish to the "first of championship
series of three games between the
Three to two was the score, and the
J. A. Cs gathered their final two in
the lst half of the ninth, when a hit
between Joy's legs went clear to cen
ter field and- the winning runs pat
tered across the plate amid scene.i of
The game was a mrghty-good one to
watch, ana-a mighty hard one for the
Stars to lose, for they had led through-1
out the nine Innings and for the first) No outs when winning run made;
seven end one half Innings It looked, nome run, joy; two-uase nus, ixemnur.
3 6 3 27 10 2
- Totals...,..;. 30
Score by Innings:
Stars .V .0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 02
Hits .. ........ 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 04
J. A. C. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 23
Hits ... 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 36
like a five to one shot that Barney and
his mates would gallop off with the
first of the Aeries of three.
Joy has no one but himself to thank
for the loss of the game. On the other
hyid. It was Barney who put his team
t4o the lead with an awful swat oter
right field; fence, and he kept It . there
by becdy'and effective pitching. In
fact Barney was pretty 'much all the
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Kame, ana as oe naies me Bpumguiij nour 6 .minutes
aoout uxe an actress natc? nowers, ue
need have no kick coming.
The Stars were first at. bat In
their half of the second', with one
down, Madeiros fed Barney one of
Walker; sacrifice hits, Yamashiro, Mill
err first base on errors, Stars 2, J. A.
C. 4; .left on bases. Stars 4, J. A. C. 6;
double play, Markliam to Franco; hit
by pitched ball, Bruns; struck out, by
Medelros 8. Joy 6; bases on called balls,
off Medelros 2, Joy 2; wild pitches, Me
delros 1, Joy 2; passed balls, Schuman
2. Umpire, Armstrong and Batten-
court; scorer, Raposo; time of'game,
those low btU8 that ne likes, ana uar-,
ney rode on It for a round-trip ticket.'
The ball went a mile over right field,
fence, in the third, benuman drove
- a high liner Into right that Just missed
clearing the ferlce, and Kentnor scor
ed him with a two-bagger.-
That Wi.vall the scoring for many
weary innings. The Stars couldn't
get around, 'and both Madeiros and
Joy settled' down for p. hard-battle.
Time after time the J. A. C.'s got men
on bases, but couldn't push them
around. Barney worked his'half-balk
motion to reaction, catching several
men between first and second so easy
they looked cheap, v
pV Up to the eighth the J. A. C.'s were
BASEBALL ALL THE
RAGE AT SCHOFIELD
Dunnnnip 1 1 1 rT imii
First Infantry Defeats Field Ar-
nuery in second uame
. of Inter-Reg. League
I NTER-REGI MENTAL LEAGUE.
Firit. Infantry ...
Second Infantry ..,
Field Artillery ...
Schofield Barracks is baseball mad.
-Everybody's doin it," Interest in the
national gtme being by no means con.
fined to the enlisted men, for the offi
cers and the pfncenr wives and fam
! chance to come to town.
Field Needs. a Rest, Even in
Hen and Mounts Are Gam'a
for More Work
: Despite the fact that- Barney Joy
lost his game yesterday, he must be
given credit for playing a wonderful
game. He made one of the Stars' two
points, cracking put a home run over
the right field fence on his first time
Barney also developed a new freak
in throwing" that baffled his opponents
and k,ept;the- umpires puzzled.- It bor
dered on, a. balk, but lie caught several
men otf first. Being a southpaw, the
t i-; in v wts rhmTnorth ick wAS.not so-very dUUeult Fao
helplrns In ttsJthXhllllngwortn lrtntlTlfr t arii fha hnttpr
emaihed a grounder - between snort
and second, and Tblrd Baseman Burns
Ycmashiro laU.uown'a bunt that. sac
rificed hirn to second. Then Barney
threw wide to catch Chilly off second,
and the cap dashed to third. Joy sent
a nwift curVe which dropped till It
hit the plate, and Markham. who was
at bat, took a crack at the ball. It
was -a wild "pitch and Chillingworth
cr me home.".
. In tb 'ast of the ninth Barney serv
ed Walker, first man un a nice fat
Ing first but looking toward the batter,
he would raise hlsright foot and ap-;
7r.rfor0 lts rrvn's fPldlne- wntch Pear -10 De crowing , lowara nome
tcrfered with f.re ffVrpiate, but the ball, instead of traveling
first 'base. He didn't" make a wild
throw on the trick. The J. A., C.'s pro
tested loudly, but the umpires declin
ed to declare it a balk. : y ,, :
. Though he proved mighty dangerous
to runners reaching first base, Joy was i
weak In his throwing to second, and)
two or three times permitted a runner i
'to advance to third by throwing wild
one over the plate and Walker banged to Reeve and sending the ball into ;
i v coflm fnr wft hasps- the ball i center r.eld
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Mtflnc the rieht field fence and al
most going over, Bruns pushed' a hard
bunt toward ihlrd and beat the throw
to' first, Wdker taking third. Bruns
r-Vitole second. Franco hit to Jov anainoi grounaer m uia nuecs, cuim
CJoy rapped the -ball to third, butj plucked it out with his hands and
Walker tad .played it safe and uayea lossea me runner uuu
''Can't beat 'em!" shoutedan enthu
siastic Star fan in the fourth inning,
when Second Baseman Miller caught a!
rrnn-n hit to Jov and! hot grounder in his knees, calmly
With the. first" match of the cham-
DlOnShio DOla Innrnnmenf nn)v
woald asoon think of mit sing a Lway. the Cavalry and Oahu team..
- as they wou d of. missing a which have bo working hard for a
ce to come to town. , Unntw wm M .......1 .
The Inter-regimental league is now . . " m, . "T ?
in 1.11 .lgue men and mounts a thorough rest.
, iu lull oniubi jcaiciuai unu& Dtv." mi, . . .,, ...
ond playing day of the'schedule. bring- i lt practlw
ing together the First Infantry ana ea"te n,the Mnaiu n.id tomorrow,
j Fort Field Artillery tearr.i. The game wniI ahu will -probably have a final
j was. a disappointment, from the ttand- crJfk at the ba Wednesday afternoon,
j point of baseball." It was a losely The.Aiau! team is exinnrted to arrive
played affair, in which the Artlllery .Wednesday, and the playera win ba
I failed to do anything rlghL Two plJch- given e'ver- opportunity to set tha
jers were used in an effort to stay the stiffness out of themselveM and their
(slaughter, which finally ended with a ponies, that Is consistent with the good
1 13 to 4 score In favor of the Intentry, condition of the field. Really, tho :.!o
jand had either been accorded support, analua field, has been overplayed and
the could have held down the hits. The wa It not that the turf is rerr.ark
fred leggerslnflelders were r.iing the "ably tough and 'elastic, it would ix3
; new rubber toed shoe, which makes it been cut to- ribbons by the constant
possible to boot the ball clear across practise. It. shouldn't have a hocf ca
the diamond, while their outfiders It for at least four days before tha
wsre trying. xut the latest thing In tournament games, but with tha Maul
jporus gloves, which make It possible men-coming down o close to the t!r.5
todmp the gentlest fly; of play, lt' hard to keep th n trcr.x
i ArTiiiery prurrs r irs.
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u .'mA. having a few gallops on It.
j ine game siarieu wnu .uv auuiuj rr.,fr , , . ,
I tn front, and at the end of the- third, -kJZ T enJK
! the score was 4 to 3 In the gunners H-t" two weeks now. s:;i
v:JL V,J vtrr n! ,Ammpn the army players certainly should 1 -.ov
Mvnr Thn thA.hi?? nnines commeno
1a onr! fnr hA last sli Innlnes the In- the fieia by tnls tllne- They have
! frAtrv rnmnpd home. Serceant Kldd. galloping oyer It every day. and If thcr
'who pitched for the Infantry, had" the any advantage la be -gained by fi-
opposition going from the time he was millarlty with the roll of the grour. !.
I hustled into the box In the second in- the Cavalrymen are' now on an evea
1 nlng. Kldd doesn't look anything like footing with the Oahu players,
j his name, and h'.i huge bulk had-a Maul'-has. the hardest row to hc
S quieting effect on the Artillerymen. going Into action without much char.cj
! The game, which was placed 'on the to work out-beforehand. ati:i. V..
j Second Infantry diamond, was watch- players are all veterans, and they v.T.l
ied by a4 big crowd. A tent, pitched pr0bably pull themselves together cr.. j
tjutt back of first base, providea a she!- they get ,nto a tlght match; Tluy .r ,
;ter for tne oracers auu i&uiea, uu said to be extremely well mo-.:
contest was quite a social eveuu whlch Is more than half the car..
The league season openea a we;
ago, whea the Cavalry, teat the. Second r
Infantry 3 to 0in a'splendidly played
; game, ine reua ' Aruutiy is i
i Cavalry diamond, as. its home grounds. J i ;
-tu:, . u PI.c Itifanfrw rrfnttl the
IW UUc LUC rusi juibuh j f
tame courtesy from the Second. .
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P. W. L. F:.
. Atahis .7 4 3 .Z72
Whites .. ..7 4 . 3 'Z72
Athletic ....8 4 4
C. A. . U . .. .7 3 4 -j
J. A. C. ..,.... .'.7 i 4
Both games In . the Junior League
yesterday were productive of ' good
: v-; ' baseball. The Athletics livd up to
As was tp be expect.id. the after- their champion namesake by scoring
math of the Wolgast-Rivers fight prov- their fourth successive, win yesterday,
ed almost as exciting as the finish of :'$"nl: fara.a 4 t0 1
. ...... .. . .. , from the C. A. U. . .
th mill ltseii. ana ior several uja
MISS MAY BROWNE
rirtftA to the hae there " was . no
chance to catch him.
xWith the tases bulging Joy, was
plainly in distress. Buckley was giv
n three ba'ls in succe&rton. and then
Joy put c ttrlke over. The next ball
was a mean curve, but Buckley drove
It sizzling between Joy's legs and It
went clear to center field. Walker and
Bruns- coming home. There was no
body out, bit the game was over.
Some . excitement! In fact, the
eighth and ninth Innings were exciting
enough for anybody. . .
oJy didn't really deserve to lose the
game. The chances broke agaiiwt him,
however, and the J. A. C's deserve all
kinds of credit for nuking the most
of their opportunities In the two last
Innings. It was a good game to watch,
and the fans ought to turn out in full
force for : the second contest. Even
though the Stars have lcU a game, It's
about an even money bet on the se
Burns. 3b ,
Sumner, if ...
jey, p .......
Miller. 2b ...
1nne. lb ...
Reeve, ss ....
Six inches variation spoiled Schu
man's long fly to right field in the J
third. Had it been six inches higher
it would have gone over the fence, and
had it been six inches farther to the;
left It would have struck the cigarette
sign, thus enabling Schuman -to collect
enough free cigarettes to smoke him
self into an early grave.
HAVA S HANG IT
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The old question of whether the - :
batter has a right to' remain in his box there had been a championship
nnd interfere when the catcher tries at stake, the opening game, between
to catch a runner stealing home, the Hawaiis and Portuguese, might
bobbed up again in the seventh Inning have been as interesting as the main!
of the J. A. C.-Star game yesterday. eenc. mere, were an sons or possi-
Schnman. because of the batter's inter- bilities in the-contest, but the players
ference,. failed to tag Walker, but Urn- went at it in a1 listless manner,, which
pire Armstrong ruled that Walker was ws natural, seeing that the game was
t . . , only a ston-sran for the bis show.
, ' : 'There was one ' nightmare inninyy
Madeiros caught Sumner off nrst urougnt seven runs, across, out. cut
in the first Inning, and Joy Immediate-' 6ide of that, it was gooi ball to .watch,
lv followed by catching Cap. ChllllnK- A. Joseph provided the batting feat-
worth even worse. Joy's half-balk ure by lining out a Jour bag bingle. to
motion was working fine. Once Ya- safe territory under an automobile..
O.mashlro, dancing up and down three' Score by innings:
ojfeet off -first, grinned and yelled at Hawaii . Runs..O 0 0t7..0.Q,O 0 08
0 ! Barney, "Can't catch "me, Barney," and 1 ' 1 Hits-0 0 0 4 0 0 12 1 8
: sowie! Barnev shot the ball to Winn: P. A. C- Runs. .0 0 0 .2 1 2 0 0 0 5
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MISS MAY BROWNE PLAYS I
. Miss May Browne won the -na-1
tlonal tennis title at Philadelphia
fast month by defeating Miss Elea
nor Sear.s in the finals, but the new
champion met more than her match
in the national clay court Cham-'
pionships at Pittsburg, July 1, when
Miss May Sutton beat her 6-4, C-2
in the finals, , :
Miss Browne is a product of the
Southern California courts.. She
plays a very strong back line
game, her cross-court drives, both
fore and backhand, being far above
the' average. She is not as strong
; at the net, however as either May
or Florence Sutton or Hazel
Hotchkiss. . ; ,'
M iss' Browne was clay court
champion in 1911. . She is a com
paratively new comer in Eastern
tenhis circles, and Is well thought
of by the critics.
ALOHA TO -HAWAII;
0 0 11
there was a continual buzz of specu
lation and explanation.
Here Is the -'follow" story of Harry.
B. Smith, sporting editor of the' San.
Francisco Chronicle, in part:
All Los Apgeles, or at least s the
sporting element, has been spending
ha i!v riisspcMncr J what haDDened.
what didn't happen and what might Runs 01 0 o o 0 0 0 1
have happened under other conditions Base hits ........1 0 0 0 o t 0 1 1 4
f K. Vornnn arena ThlirsdaV AthletlCS.'
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aft erncon, when Ad Wolgast, scored Runs
that debatable knockout in the, closing Ba&fe hits
seconds of the thirteenth round. There
Score by innings:
'': Asahis , .
Runs'.-.. ..0 -1 0 0 0 1
Base hits ...... Ul 0 0 02
J. A. C. ;" '
Runs .. ...0 0 3 0 0 7
Base hits .
C. A. IT. i
. 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 5
.....0 1 0 00 0 2 3
are as many opinions as men who
Captain L." A. Norns of the schooner saw the. fight, and their views are' so
pronounced mere is no way ui iriiv
ing an average.
The question of whether the punch
that dropped Rivers was below , the
belt, and therefore a foul, and the
other feature of whether Rivers was
counted out before the gong sounded
are the ones that have caused the
bulk of the argument.
Rivers didn't look to the
yacht Seafarer will say aloha to the
many friends that he has made in Ho
nolulu this afternoon, when he hoist3
the hook and points the nose of his
trim craft toward San" Francisco. For
two weeks the yacht has ridder at her
n'horage Off : quarantine," minus a
crew the ''sailors -who. mailed her in the
transpacific race having succumbed fo
tlie fascinations of . Hawaii .nei . nd
asked for their, discharge the day nfter
they arrived here. Captain Norris hetf
fcohie difficulty to lind the right Hf-ii
and nabbed the Japanese.
Hits. .1 1 1,4 2 jO 0 2 011
lor the homeward voyage, but has ft
O O J O O O O OOOOOQnally signed another crew, and thla I have been sitting at the right angle
Captain Norri and Mrs. Norris have
The "Y" tennis tournament will start
writer, this afternoon, with two matches play-
when he was dropped, as if the punch etj on the Association courts at Hotel
had fouled him. He was in pain, but and RjChards streets. The condition of
that might easily have come the courts leaves something to be de-
from a body puncn to tne pit 01 tne stred, but the players ore in thevtour
stomach. Men who couljjn't possibly nament pureiy for the rport of it. an
TENNIS ENTRIES OPEN.
j O Tennis entries are now : being O. fallen in love with Hawaii during their
31 2 4
0 24 18 6
That half-balk motion, by the way,' Franco was caught asleep on first V received for the Island champion- O jMayneref ana tionoiuiu now nas two
wouldn't be allowed in mainland In .tne fifth' inning, but the ball was ships, and until Saturday at noon Oj permanent additions w the volunteer
: .leaeues. The nltchers get away with ' aa ,. 1: .. O players who aspire to tne premier uj rosier aimy. .., ,. i.
.. . . . , j. yiTT " 8ui mc...iica8 iujr rt Mntw honors hf Hrwaii m O ' "J -cntprM tho
9 w rv " mi w m t inAAv-rT,TnvuEki'vorii 1 . mr . il.vi i v ! j v -- j - v..v
real balk. .
.There Is Only One
Three -First-Class Artists at your
. . service.
BETHEL AXD KIfl
E. O. Sylvesfer .nn
'The iimnlrlns?- In the hi? caniA vps.
. r t.it PT. ins AT" - ." " .
AtJHuiiouiwn ".terday was gocd, and this goes with-
.,4 1 1 i . u nut stretching ooints. The decision
on balls and strikes were firstclass
and on base decisions geerally O. K.
the best umpires In the world make
mistakes, but few were made yesterday.
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all thVay through. He tried to steal q subscribe their name.r on payment Oj the race more for the cruise than for
secon. and would have been an easy O of $1. The entry list is at E. O.- Oj the competition " said Captain Norris,
out, but slid into the second sack O Hall' & : Son, and .already, several O -believing, that it would be well worth
with hfs feet, high and jolted Reeve 0 najnes.are on it, although the ma- O: while. -That is putting it too mildly,
80 severelv thp shnrtston dronnpd the O jorily wm prouauiy uoiu ou uu w for it has Leen one of the most en-
the pairings for today
n nr ' A lcrTkarY trtnlr Avaf
ing everything was in readiness ,to see whether Rivers was fouled de- bumn, There are fourteen entrie
start in the afternoon. ' clared that such was the case, wiiich DumR -- ere are jurteen entrie
- , ciucu mai. ouvi followlnrr hpinir th nilrlnr fnr to.l;
shows how much you can depend and tomorrow;
upon sucn tesumony. , .. j.
Billy Nolan was one on the specta
tors on the right side of the ring to
see what -was happening, and, while
Nolan thinks the blow might have
Monday-4:30; Hoogs vs. Scudder;
Cross vs. Larimer. 5:15: Baldwin vs.
Tuesday 4:30: Rletow vs. Johnson.
Barney got very sore in the fifth
inning, when Madeiros was given a
base on. balls. He. Jjy kicked because
dK Sfhroll. rrnn. he thought the call should have been
it BlIiAC lUSirilU Ul it lUUUU UAH. AS
a matter of fact, the ball came over
just In that zone where it could be
called either way, and as the umps
are not giving many corners, it was
call a ball.
Service Is Always Good at the
: ". . . ' ' SHOP :; : - ;
Ntxt Union Grill, on
Schuman caught a r,ice game j'ester
'day, although Barney's cross-fire often
swung row and wide across the pte
to Schuman's left
ball . and collected, a bunch
team-mates to rub his arm.
of his 0 later in the week. .
;riJoyable trips I have ever made, at sea
Tn numbers and class tne coming o ...j,,. t.
r J O tournament promts 10 a w tune to Sllil the seafarer clear round
t Walker got some cheap running in O ord breaker. n n n r n n ti
the sixth. He made first on a third O O O O O O O O O O OO O O O
strike that Winne dropped, second-on : ..
ft Wild nltrh tT.?r1 rn a vc A thrhw . '.Markham nulled off the CTeatest
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to second by Joy and then tried to, play ot tne aay. 11 not 01 me fea&ou. 1 pot than thjs We have enjoyed ev
the world, and on that trip we put in
at many ports of beauty and attrac
tion, but I can say truly that never has
the yacht, ridden in a more favored
steal home. Bruns stood on the base- On the first half of the ninth ernan
paths, blocking Catcher Schuman, dez walkedi and Miller sacrificed him
and the umps called' an out, stepping
Henry's mad career.
j.Wild pitches were many yesterday.
to-second. Winne drove a hard liner
to the right of third. It was never
more than six feet off the ground and
curved down like a drop ball. Mark-
V. a iniliAl -. . . n T A rlAYMn ' PHOO T"T rl
:' Before the game there waseven j the ball with Ms gloved; left and less
money offered. The odds should have j than eight inches above the ground
fnvnToil ha Sfaro clicrfiflv Vn thA f.irf and snanned it to second base. Clitth-
that they have boen going at top ing Fernandez, who thought the drive . cruise k'e,f is'we11 worth while, ir
form and Barney and Schuman make was a sure hit Markham's stop andj respective of whether thete is a race
a -very good battery. - quick double was big league stuff. on or not."
try niorpent of our stay here, and are
leaving with regrets, which are tem
pered only by the expectation of : com
ing back again before long. I intend
to spread the gospel, of Honolulu among
San Francisco yachtsmen, and 1 see
no reason why many owners of large
pleasure craft, shouldn't make a sum
nier. cruise here in off-race years. The
ben low, he adds there was a chance 7
that he was mistaken. Guard.
Timekeepers Disagree. 1 Axelrod and Marshall drew byes.
As to the time problem involved,
the official timekeeper and the men
who acted for the two fighters are
hopelessly flt outs. 'Timekeeper Hard
er, who officiated for the club, de
clares that Rivers , couldn't have been
down for the necessary" ten seconds.
MINOR BALL GAMES
The Liberties took the C. Y. "Aa Into
camp at AaTa Park yesterday, to' the
tune of 5 to 3, after a well played
enmp Th winner! are out with a
He explains. that It is his custom ten challenge to the Standards, for a game
seconds before the end of each round tQ be played at Kaplolani Park next
to press a button which rings a buzzer Sunday afternoon.
m me two corners, as uuuucauou w cjrr.ro Tiv Innings
the nandlers of the fighters. Harder
ad that he pressed the button for the
warning, and afterward Rivers was
dropped. : Joe's own timer corrobor
ates Harder, but Harry Monahan, who
represented : Wolgast, ;. declares , the
round had some fourteen seconds to
go. , . ' ' ';:...'
MeCarey, ; while he doesn't pretend
to know about the time, has given '
C. Y. A.
0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 S
0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 03
The Canton Athletic. Association de
leated the "Kahuna's" yesterday morn
ing at Aala Park, by the runaway score
of 23 to 7.- ,. .'. ...
1: Score, by innings:
" - . i" 1.2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9..
(Continued on Page 8) I Kahuna 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 07