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THE 'KAUAI TEAM
Turn Defeat Into Victory in Way That Sets the Fans Wild
with Enthusiasm Game Productive of All Sorts of :
Baseball and Several Accidents Bushnell Is Seriously
GY LAURENCE RCDINGTON.
A ninth Inning tatting rallya walk,
a freak bunt followed by a hair-rais-,.
'ag play at the plate and the third
,' a:ne of the Oahu .championship
tents had been pulled out of the fire
by the Portuguese. Yesterday's' game
was by far the most exciting of-the
Mason.' When Captain Freltas fell
t over the plate with the run that rave
his tram the second leg on the 1U12
pennant after having made It possible
with .a timely double he was hoisted
alaft by cheering tcam-matc.v and
carried eff the fiejd In triumph. The
Portuguese went wild, and a- snow
item cf cushions was fcllcv.ed by a
triumphal procession across the dia
raa::J that would have done credit to
a' rah-rah football.'.crowd.
In the. ninth the fecre ctood 4 to 3
in favor of the. J. A. C.'s, the Portu-;.-.(
"having throw n r-.vay a chance
u. lie it up In t:. (. hth. Madeira
"t: :;.-.g the hat.!' ; c;dcr, ' came up
vith a do c r ilie .'cxprc: sicn and
li.-.td a clean-hit to kit, starting a
caaaatLai In t a h.;..e.hI.oa 1 Ction
"Lii Inched like a
; start far that much needed run,
! ;.t a rrc.;n cf i!'. ; :.ir went up when
'he trie d to steal, r.:.J va3 tapged by
c:.i::inr.v.T.rth, the hitter making a
i . I'.ir Annetto Kc!' rmany dive for
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head cf the -I at
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ti; d the score
;rd station cn
:o center. Tv ru... came ever
t rracm, hee . ar, and that was
a to revive dying hope and spur
s c aa.i cn to the ir ninth ; inning
' in C!-hth
7. ? c!; hth veas rral!y the deciding
-:ae cr the garar, for it; cut the
A. C. lead dew::, r.r. l hrcusht the
rt-ancle within striking distance.
:aas drew a I a:, and went to sec
I r:i a-wild-pitch. La Mere was
:, jhart to first and Ornellas should
ve Iccn retired cai an assist from
Lut Tiarhhara. juj
1rr? ' fha hill
; I two men were cn. raeaeiros
r.'vcrcd'. and passed McCarthy, filling
the sacks. Then Jlizer hit, bringing
In two runs, and sending McCarthy
to the third ufion. Soares lifted
n -,:-z fly to center, which Walker
rrchercd i: McCarthy" ought to haveL
- able to score, even had the
I j ictn fielded to the plate, bit 'for
r o reason1 he stood still,;' and
V.V.Ike r made the heave to second In
r.n t-.nsucccssful attempt to cut off
I hecr. Zamlska put up a pop, which
:( Iciros causht cn the' right . foul
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phe other score of the Portuguese
came In'the first Inning, two hits and
a base cn balls - contributing.1 V.
The Japanese al:o got one over In
.he first. Chilly hitting Bharply to left
v.: I being sacrificed along by-Hampton.
He went to third on Bushnell's
v, i'.lj pitch and scored on Albert
Ahana'a sacrifice fly. .
Two hits, an error, and! . another
r:-,!:2 Is Al.-.rvj Ccsd tl tha
sacrifice fly by Akana gaVe-another
run In the third.- .Two more scores,
the last the J.-A. C.'s gathered, came
In the fifth; Three hits and a. walk
told the story of these tallies. ' -Cushnell
Hurt - - - . a:
The game 1 was n productive cf : two
accidents, oije of them quite seriou.Vt
In ,the - sixth , Bushnell var hit .tust
below the .car by a pitched ball tha,t
was too far In. He dropped like a
polled ox, and . It was some , minutes
before he knew what hit him. The
thud of the Impact could be heard
all over the field and the wonder 13
that he was able to handle himself
at - all afterwards, a Later investiga
tion showed that he sustained a slight
concussion of the brain, but his in
jury, while serious, is not considered,
alarming. -. - -v
The other unfortunate was Brito,
whose right thumb connected with a
foul tip, forcing him "to retire from
the game. Thi3 meant a big shift for
the J. A. C.'s, Franco coming in from
second to catch, Kualii coming "from
center to second,. Walker behig shift
ed frcm riht to. center, and Kctlcy
coins Into the right garden. Franca
car.aht a-gncd game, hut that fatal
fumble in the ninth undid the work
that had ccr.? before. '
Vhcn B:::hncll was hurt, Freltas
went cnto the slab, and was ery cr
fective, .he! !ir.g tho eppecition' score-
? r.r ! rr.-!'.vJr!" r.''v iwn !ifa i?i
f,-nr ir.n'.a.aa. t ::!Jcs retiring two ncu
hy the rtril ra-.t rente. -..The otherj;. The probUra as to which two teams
tlx hits c;..::tc : to.th? Jarmrto were shall furnish the gridiron battle -for
:cll llcJcircs. al
l.)cd c!'.ht hi::, : at get no. less than
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a . o-i are ; hit, Freltas;
ea, Ahar.a 2: sacrifice hits.
ca on fire
Hampton Pushncli,' La .Merc; left on
I re a, J. A. C. C; P. A. C. S; first base
cn e.rcra, J. A. C. 4, P. A. C. 2; double
ira to McCarthy; hit by
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cr, Paahncll; struck cut, by Me-
deirc3 7, by Fjcitr 2; bases cn called
laiU eff ihashr.ell 1, eff Mcdcircs 5;
wild. i itch, Luc knoll, Mc do ires; pa -red
1 alls, Franco. Prito; balk, Freitaes; in
nings pitched, by Dushnell 3,vby Frei
tas 4; hits, off Dushnell C, off Freltas
2. Umpires, Lower and En Sue.
Scorer, Raposo. Time of game, 1
hr. 21 min. -
see-.' fro:.: THE PaESS- ;
COX AT THE CALL GAME
It. was the open season for pitch
ers "yesterday. Bushnell "got his"
and both Medeiros and Freitas had to
do some nifty dodging at the plate.
Neither were umpires immune. Bert
Lowers was nicked three times In one
'inning. '. ,'.;.'
The J. A. C's are slow about stop
ping practice when the bell ' rings.
They want to hit Just, one more fly,
and the result is tedious delay. '
Louis Soares was back In the game.
He came over from Maui on business,
and donned the mask for his old team
mates, the' Portuguese. The fans gave
him a good band. V ; ' ;
- Walker has a new stunt aile
coaches the batter while he, himself
is on the paths. ' But then Henry has
lung power to spare. a;.; V , e
. a' . . . -' a -
a Hampton " made - a fine ; running
cntch of .Ornellas fly to left,- In the
third -inning." ::; ; ; a
; La Mere made a beautiful one hand
ed stop of Walker's line hit la the
fifth, but couldn't get It to first in
time to get the runner. ' -
Akana would " have been able ' to
score in the fifth If'Markham .Jiadn't
been caught asleep at second and
thrown out before he could get. back
to thee bag.-;..;'-; a,a V ':a- '; a V- i ;
En Sue found it a lot easier to um
pire behind Soares than back ot Sou
?o. He had some chance to see, what
was doing. ; a ; V'a--;a
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If La Mere had combed one of those
fnce busters to right that he some
times gets, he would have bowled over
p ; w l Pet;
Maul '..... 15 11 4 .733
Kauai ; .15 . 8 7 . .533
Kamaainas 15 6 9 .403
.15 5 13 .333
.! You ' cculd bare knocked Manager
WiHdon of the Y.. M...C. A, bonllns
alleys over ;wlth a-feather ihU moin
ing,:whcn ; he opened ihis - will an'I
found that the scorc3 of -bst "W-d-nesday's
, Inter-Island feeriea gaw be
Kamaainas a two out Vof thre over
Kauai;. a'- - ' -V,-.; .
"Hclpr fcaid :Viiw; faintly. - -Is It
possible that either of our little . local
prides liave coppej. a series from any
one except ach other?" . : a .
. TbeCresult .was:-a ;blg rurpriso,' as
the Kamaainas rolled very -poorly last
time, : and ; expected to lose three
straight, evidently the Kauai crowd.
got vt f on , the . wrong foot also. :
" The scores: .v::a-;';-k;;2:rH
.-V..-'':-'v "KAMAAINAS :a
Gear ; 184 149 12S ' 4C1
Scott r. . .A . ;119 155 104 378
Wisdon av . . . v. .155 - 145 148 : 443
Illetaw . v;;a;.224 166 1S8 578
Wilkinson .163 ajl6S 1S1 a 512
-a Totals -.v.;;. v. S4& a 783 f 749 2378
-a'.:a;:; t KAUAI -a' t
Woltcrs . . ..14 1 135' 149 . 423
Kuhlmann 117 155 172 444
V. II. Hico ......127- 14C 175 443
Maer , . ., , . .140 -18a - 205 525
t Crawford '. . v. . . ,r:172 ;1C3 ICS " 473
. Total3. .V A .-. .C97 779 a 810 2316
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Thanksgiving Day . wasr -partially
th: ca! id out Saturday anight at a
racctlaa: of the captains and several
ntativa3 of the High, School,
-ou, and. Town . elevens,' but
:.g defiaita was decided upon. 4
lar as th., Ton Team', i3 con
Captain Paty "says. that '.. Mi
is willing to pl"y. the Punahou
;f that team and the High School
can ' ccrae to an "- arreemnt
ill 'ha favcrah'2 to hcth.1 The
u team -U: raaar.ds cnc-v i!f el
; reeci. ts, .aad ths Higl. star '
-thirl c f the i :a
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aal. that in e;
a cf.the Hi
e th.e Townies
; e Pa::: cn Thanhaegiving - Day,
! cf ti: ? receipts .of ' the game
1 e e .aal to one-half , cf
t .1 r. . e ii tn of ' the . game
e Hihs and the.: Puns play,
cpininn it would be a good
aave the - Highs .withdraw ..and
an cne-third of the .gate . re
nd to tlr ' Town team and the
ne-thlrd eh. , In that-caoe,
:s -would - ..at lose any money,
chars would" come 'cut more t
od than. ;i' theyrrlayed. the
and then the ; total - receipts
wc .. . be -.divided evenly -all around. V
'.Captain' Schuman, however, did not
seem very strong on thi3 proposition
and.he'still hold out for a.half. It
is probable that;. some kind of an
agreement can - be. reached whereby
the Puns will make as much, money
off the game in case they play the
Townies, as they.-"would"' if-they, were
to play the Highs. V v a , " a " a.,.
The' foot! all fan3 are eager, to see
the Townies and the Puns play on the
day mentioned fcr the reason that it
would, no doubt, be the best game of
the season, as the two teams - are
evenly matched. V An agreement a will
probably bereached at an early date,
and It" is rot at all "improbable ' that
the wish ct the fans will be - gratified.
a fine tow cf raiP birds.vaThey were
as tbict as crows on top of tlyj fence.
that he swui.
1 " rd at one time
L For sorer. e?3 cf the , muscles, wheth
er Induced 1 y viol r at, exercise or In
Jury, there 1 3 nothing better than
Chamberlain's Pain Lain.. This lini
ment: also relieves' rheumatic pains.
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HONOLULU DHUG CO?
McKinley High Outplayed from ths Stcxt, ' r.7n!ccs Very Fluclcy
a -Fight in Saturday Game at Alaxanilcr Field Schccl
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I By H. D. CASE
; Town Team 27 : High School 0." ' a"
Fighting against odds, and wtth the
gloomy little gloom oh heirheeU dur
ing the entire gamethe plucky High
School eleven once- more .met defeat
CO. Alexander Field Saturday' after
noon, in one cf the fastest' games of
football seen -here this season, and,
tillable, to make, ; a single; core, was
carried into camp by the Townles to
the tune of twenty-seven to nil. .'
The "Town: team went onto the field
wit h V the stron gest aggregation that
could; be culled "from ; the ranks of the
former,, football nyrna, lii .the city and
it was plain from, the beginning that
the Highs would' have.no IchanceUo
score, i and r Respite Romel biilliant
playing on the part'of thft ll?h backs.
it was tho'Townies gamo. til the" way
ihrotigh. ;T1iq High llnewa weak an A
unable to v.i!hs'and the rushes cf-the
To wnf lacks, and, as tl.is hai uern the
one fault cf the teaia'iblayar.' Ifwas
expee'ed that it w.r?nl:t rv' reuteui.l.
T his. however; was not t ha; tac;. '
'': Perhaps, in Xi6 ohe g;i:p'' this y
lias the, forward . pas hs';i s; snc
cessfully used aa a ground air.V. -It
v,as bro:Vght'in:o'.p!ayy..ih; 'io.vni.4
rcpea.edly, and ia;iieav(y ve ea-e
was ..completed. ' sl here was .very liithi
punting,- except: ' in a fev inslanccs
where it was:fonnd necessary to kick
out tf the .daiig roee. 'y- T ;
Gumner.'Aair. Stars. .-.r . : :'
It ha3 always been coiit eiided that
If a person can do ; a thing ono hel
Who played a stnrame for the High.
a a." .;--'.VVva -e, Saturday. Va- a &
can do it again This is : the a way . it
was with ."Haole Sumner, a who, in
the Jastagame .between the '.Townies
and the Highs,' ran eighty-fite yards
for a touchdown fn seventeen seconds
after the kickoff. It happened Saturday-after
the Townies had; made their
first sirore.' v Cassidyi of ;.the". Highs,
kicked '; off to Sumner." who received
the v ball on the 'twenty-fard line.
Tucking' the leather:: under - bis ; arm,
he beat It'dovn 'the fields dodging the
High tacklers' and using -.the stxaight
ann on others, and ran the remaining
eightyfive yards for a touchdown in
just ten'seconds after he had received
the ball. Some of these cracax run
ners aren't1 tn'4t' with '.'Haole." When
he was "asked how. it was that he did
it, ,' he replied :.; 'Well,' most anybody
can run when he. is scared, can't. he?"
Watson' Ballentyne also proved "him
self a hero during the last part of the
game when he broke away - and ran
thirty yards to place the leather back
cf the uprights for a touchdown. Hart
of the' TownlesV- formed r the greater
part of the ; Interference and tackled
the High men. threes at aa time with
tho result that two of ihenT took the
coun. and : Ha ri himsel f : remained out
cf, the game, for awhile; to ' get back a
little of the wind he had losU-aa. ;-e
Winners Are Strong., e el. .a-V
. Every man on the iTown ' Ceam was
a star by, himself. vBarp hart, - who
played a . good game ' at center during
the first two quarters,- was-replaced
by 'Jones . in: the third, a When Jones
began to gQ through the-.High line and
tackle the quarter before; he had a
chance to pass the ball tto the ' backs;
some of. the spectators on. the side
lines . began: to demind his immediate
execution.: They? didiVt - realize, per
haps, : v that: tJones knows the- center
game .from A, to Z. The Hoogs trio,
Frank, Cyril and. Billie, were back in
tlieir bld-tinie form and.Bill Rosa, who
graced . t he backf ield duringlhe first
t wo Quarters, a made Igood. V Nj Aldrich,
! who played quarter diring; the entire
game1 used lot of good head work In
' .- ! ..till
ri:c.';nr left I. a
J'.:,: k cf iho 7
r-:nnlng the Jbacks, and took his ti:
: making forward passes, and r.e:I
'.ways getting the hall Into. the rraas
f the men "waiting to receive it. Th,
1 ? stood like a: brick wall, ph. i - a
s o Highs little chance to get thra a Ii
IMe.in, of the High team, aitha-ah
pJ a ying at tackle,, was - in-' tho ---e
with-the-rest -of them. -During cae
play hea picked Rcea up and tena !
h!m haclc about three yaraa. C
during the1 fira.t two, and proved to a
n tower cf strength.- Jlro, the s. : e'.ly
end,- was ah-o forced ato : quit aa, th;
result of receiving a nasty cut ahova
hi3 left eye. Brash, the big, husl.y
halfhaclr, was easily the star cf th
BIjick and vGold squad. If the HI;h
only had a few more with the. get-up
.hd-go, that be has, they would havo
wen more,; than once this season.
Summing the whole ' "thing up, the
Highs- played , a . good game,. and the
edds , that they .were; playing asainU
was one of thea;biggest - factors in
tholr .losing i'ifr&-l-i-tr-" 1 "-'
Only Girls C;icer.ta'.-.:.:;"; .; -;' ;;
If any , credit is :to' .bo. .'given to the
Students '.of the .High School for any
enthusiasm that , way shown during the
game, it must;all go to a few of the
gir3 who graced the makal sido cf
the 'gridiron, alt .wds 'absoiutely the
only school spirit shown, and when a
team like the one the'HIsh .Leas tum3
out in an effort to. do something for
the school, they 'can 'hardly, be' blamed
for losing when" theye feel that they
have no support behind then.- "With
all the students who go to the JIcKIn
ley High School it 13 an absolute
shame thatf they have, no school apirit.
The rf ew girls Who 'cheered the .'play
ers cn last Saturday deserve as rauch
credit in every way as, the players
thetuselves. v'. . y. '.''..' e . ;
; . By three tfclock' a large crowd had
gathered on the sidelines, 'and - at a
quarter past three ' the game started.
The TowUies. woi: the toss and chose
the AVaikikl " goal . and - . received the
kickoff.' : Following- is J the game by
quarters : - .-;-a ; -' .'.. ;.;' 'f:-'.: a;' v ,;. r al
First Quarter.-' -k - 'i;'.;a ... 1 a' -', ''- -
. Cassidy, of the; Highs, .kicked .off,
the ball being received by Rosa on the
twenty-yard line, who advanced It fif
teen yards before hawas tackled.- On
the, first down, Aldrich called - Rosa
around' rignt end. who made a gain o
four yards. F. .Hoogs took the leath
er on the second down and made an.
other gain of : two yards through lett
tackle. V; On . the third Sumner went
through .center for ; three yards, and
then Hoogs punted out of danger, tnq
ball being received ;byathe. Highs on
their .fifteen-yard line,;- On r the I first
down. Stone tried a pass which proved
Incomplete, and o the; second ho;ran
with; the ball but didnot succeed '.. in
making a giiriv; Cassidy , thea. punted
and the ball was recovered iby. , the
Townies.1 . On the first down Rosa was
celled through, left guard and made '-a
Mgaln of five. yards..; Opce taorc Haole
went through center and iqro off three
yards more - Hoogs made : two " yards
around left end, netting the Townies
another first ;? down.- V: Ilosa then took
the oval and ran around Tight end -for
a gain of two yards and . on the next
down caught a pass frotfi. Aldrich and
inade'a good six yards. more. Sumner
wat called, and took the oval for a
in of four yards;-and completing the
necessary yardage for the first down,
On the-. first, V.a ; High man ;;' broke
through ' . the lihe and v pushed Hoogs
back for a- loss pf a yard and a half.
Another pass was made which, proved
incomplete, and on. the; fourth, down
Rosa took the ball and ran . ten yard3
(Continued on pag? 14.)
ia a spirited cr"? with a- Palara.a
eleven, pulling victory c .1 cT th fire
and holding their cp: :n ra.t.-; down to
a score cf 13 to 0. V: . ': a li:th
"Tough playing at, tl:r.; j ea tht part cf
tha Palama3, it wa3 a r,a: 1 g and
mada a fitting curtain ra!-.r for thj
main event cf th? aftirnaan.
'.Ths Puns played th;lr v.zvrl g -a l
gam?, Faa;cth and All: 3 pi ay; a .; th?
halves. Icing- .the princi: .1 ground
gainers.';' Reidfcrd, i.t center, l lay. J
a fins game after he got started, tat
before that fc? was v;i:i in h:-, rae
ing. Yea Terayiay. at raaarJ. llrov.r.,
ct full, and Quintal, at r. aartcr, ean ;
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Allea. -Ahles kicked hi3 own r . d, I
r.rtcla ann, who tried for thj fir.
failed. to mako
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