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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, AXUGUST 17, 1917.
Hawaiis Portuguese And A. A. C.s
New Tied For First Place Portu
guese Defeat For Second Time
Standing Of The Team
w. ii. ret.
Hawaiis 4 2 .667
A. A. C.s 4 2 .667
Portuguese .... 4 2 .667
Chinese 1 4 .200
Japanese 1 4 .200
As a result of last Sunday's gameB
three teams are tied for first place
in the league, while the Chinese and
Japanese are trying to elbow each off
the place at the foot of the column.
The series is getting to the exciting
The first game last Sunday between
the Japanese and the A. A. C. result
ed in another defeat for the sons of
Nippon by a score of 4 to 2. Sueda
was in the box and did good work for
the Japanese. Had he had the proper
support the results might easily have
The second game was the more
exciting one. It was between the Ha
waiis and Portuguese and the strong
Hawaiis team met defeat again. This
Is the second time that the Hawaiis
have lost this season and both times
to the same team. The score was 9
to 4. Some costly errors charged to
both sides accounted for the runs of
both teams and for the ultimate de
feat of the H. A. C.
Baldwin, was somewhat wild and
was replaced by Eaton towards the
middle of the game.
Bal gave way to E. Rodrigues in
the 7th who did some good work.
The Portuguese team put up a hard
fight against the strong Hawaiis and
they deserved a well earned victory.
J. Rodrigues played good ball
around the third sack, but made one
costly error that gave the Hawaiis
There was a large crowed at the
grounds and cheers roared from the
fans when favorites scored or made
Next Sunday the Hawaiis and Jap
anese will meet in the first game while
the Chinese and A. A. C.s will fight
it out in the second game.
All who are missing these games
will be sorry as this series is proving
the most exciting one Maui ever had.
Umpire Cummings gave his decis
ions in his usual form while E. Bal act
ed as official scorer.
J. A. C. vs. A. A. C.
Players AB R BH PO A E
Emoto, c 4 0 1 8 1 0
Kashinoke, 2b .... 3 0 0 0 2 3
Nakamura, ss 4 0 0 0 2 1
Nakayama, 3b . . . . 4 0 0 1 5 0
Kugiya, rf 4 2 2 0 0 0
Yanagi, lb 4 0 0 15 0 1
Manao, If 4 0 1 0 0 0
Matsumoto, cf .... 2 0 0 0 0 0
Suyeda, p 4 0 0 0 4 1
Yamamoto, cf .... 2 0 1 0 0 1
Totals 35 2 5 24 14 7
Players AB R BH PO A E
A. Taylor, rf 4 0 1 0 0 0
H. English, 2b ... . 4 0 0 2 2 1
E. Baldwin, cf 4 0 0 0 0 1
F. Robinson, SB ... 4 112 9 0
A. Robinson, 3b .. 4 2 1 0 3 1
J. Kphaawanui, lb 4 1 1 18 0 1
D. Wadsworth, c . 3 0 2 4 0 0
E. Wicke, p 4 0 0 1 3 1
Chatterton, If 4 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 36 4 6 27 17 5
By innings 123456789 T
J. A. C 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 12
Hits 01100100 25
A. A. C 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 04
Hits 00030111 06
OF KAUAI HIGH
Supervising Principal William Mc
Clusky has been appointed principal
of the Kauai High School. He depart
ed on Wednesday with his family for
Hilo where they will visit for a week
or two before going to the Garden Is
land. Mr. McClusky will Bucced W. C.
Avery as head of the Lihue school, the
Kauai man having accepted the posi
tion of statistician of the school de
partment with headquarter in Hono
lulu. It was generally understood
that McClusky was slated for this job,
but the duties were not to his liking
and he anked for a teaching position
Mr. McClusky returned from Hono
lulu last Saturday where he conduct
ed one of the departments at the
teachers' summer school. He will be
succeded as as supervising principal
for Maui by George S. Raymond, now
inspector general, whose position was
changed by the last legislature to the
new position of statistician. Mr. Avery
will take the inspector generalship
from the opening of school to the first
of the year when the change of oOices
lakes place under the law.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
Two runs, 5 hits, off Wicke; 35 at
bat in 9 innings. Four runs, 6 hits,
off Suyeda; 36 at bat in 8 innings.
Two-base hit Kugiya. Bases on balls
off Wicke, 1; off Suyeda, 1. Struck
out by Wicke, 4; by Suyeda, 8. Left
on leases J. A. C, 6; A. A. C, 8.
Time of game, 1 hour 25 minutes.
Umpire, Geo. Cummings.
H. A. C. vs. P. A. C.
Players AB R BH PO A E
R. Cockett, lb 2 0 0 4 1 2
Akion, If 4 0 0 2 0 0
Wm. Cockett, c .. 3 0 0 11 1 1
S. Kaleo, 3b 3 1 1 1 2 1
K. Cockett, ss ... 4 0 0 0 1 0
J. Enos, 2b 4 1 1 4 0 1
Wm. MaxWell, cf . 4 12 10 0
Chong, rf 2b 4 1 2 1 1 1
C. Baldwin, p 2 0 0 0 1 1
Miner, rf 0 0 0 0 0 0
Eaton, p 2 0 0 0 1 0
Totals 32 4 6 24 8 7
Players AB R BH PO A E
Joe Sylva, cf 4 1 1 0 0 0
Jno. Rocha, lb-rf . 5 0 0 5 0 1
Joe Rodrigues, 3b . 4 1113 0
Wm. Dutro, ss 4 1 1 0 2 1
Bal, Jr., p-lb 4 0 0 6 2 0
A. A. Reis, 2b 4 0 12 10
Ed. Rodrigues, lf-p 2 2 1 0 1 0
H. Scholtz, rf-lf .. 4 2 1 1 0 'J
Pombo, c 3 2 0 12 1 1
Totals 34 9 6 27 10 3
By innings 123466789 T.
H. A. C 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 04
Hits 01040100 06
P. A. C 0 2 0 1 0 6 0 0 x 9
Hits 02010210 x 6
Four runs, 6 hits, off Bal; 23 at bat
in 6 innings. No runs, no hits, off
Rodrigues; 9 at bat in 3 innings. Nine
runs, 5 hits, off Baldwin; 27 at bat in
5-2:3 innings. No runs, 1 hi,t, off Eaton;
7 at bat in 2-1:3 innings. Two-base
hit Ed. Rodrigues. Three-base hit
Maxwell. Home runs S. Kaleo, Wm.
Dutro. Bases on balls off Bal, 3 in
6; off Rodrigues, 1 in 3; off Baldwin,
4 in 5-2:3 innings. Struck out by
Bal, 8 in 6; by Rodrigues, 3 in 3; by
Baldwin, 7 in 5 plus; by Eaton, 1 in
2 plus. Hit by pitcher H. Scholtz, A.
Pombo. Left on bases H. A. C, 5;
P. A. C, 5. Time of game, 1 hour 55
minutes. Umpire, Geo. Cummings.
Skinner "What are you doing
Podmore "Oh, when meal-time
comes I tighten my belt."
Skinner "From the outside or the
THAR ain't but
comforts that I
knows of a good
wife an' good to
bacco. An' even the best
wives git a little tryin' at
ST. LOUIS, August 12 Carney Oldfield broke 2 orld dirt track
records 15 miles in 12:04 and 10 miles in 7:58-45.
BERLIN, August 11 British attacks along a five mile front at
Hollcheke, failed. Nine Allied planes brought down and 2 baloons de
stroyed. LONDON, August 11 Six attempts of Germans to regain ground
near Ypres, repulsed. Enemy failed to reach entanglements. British
still advancing along Ypres-Menin road.
PARIS, August 11 French make smashing attack north of St.
Quentin, gaining several highly important positions.
Germans in Champagne launch attack and gain temporary foot
hold. French are countering.
PETROGRAD, August 11 Reorganized Rumanians and Russians
defeat Teutons, driving them back across the Putna river. Slavs also
reorganized and repulsed several German attacks with heavy losses.
Teutons drove forward in masses and were mowed down by Slav rifles
and machine guns.
HONOLULU, August 12 Gen. Johnson applies for special un
paid admission to the training camp as a rookie.
Huber says there is no secret service on Hawaii. Brown, who ar
rested Muller is an immigration inspector.
Ralph Johnstone appointed acting internal revenue collector pend
ing appointment of successor to Haley.
Carl Smith filed a report in the Smart case, which was then
immediately withdrawn. Judge Ash ford declared it was premature and
must hold hearing first.
Judge Weaver is ready to file application for leave to sell the
yacht Hawaii to pay debts. Balance to be distributed to stockholders.
Lloyd George's letter virtually accused Henderson of bad faith
and duplicity. Henderson will reply to Commons.
Peter Wright, director of British seaman's union says investigation
convinces him that the Stockholm conference is a German scheme. He
agrees with Gompers that participation is inadvisable.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 12 Frances Cowle sets 3 new records
in 880 yard tank swim. Completed distance in 15:20-25 during which
she made 300 in 4 :45 ; 500 in 8 :20-35. The first is a national and the
others are Coast records. Ross won 220-yard race.
BOSTON, August 12 Allan Lowry, of Honolulu, has entered the
national doubles tournament ,a patriotic tournament to be held at Long
wood courts beginning Monday.
ROME, August 12 Italian airmen drop 2 tons of explosives on
military works in the Cheapovano Valley and then defeated pursuing
-Eight thousand miners go on strike
KNOXVILLE, August 12
for 8-hour day and better pay.
BUDAPEST, August 12 New national party announces a post
war program designed to safeguard Hungarian territory, preserve the
integrity anu establish electoral retorms.
HONOLULU, August 11 Wayne announced that Fritz Scavenius,
a pianist, is a slacker, urders arrest tins morninc bcavenius. who
posed as a Dane is in reality English. Real name is Fred Stokes.
Ludy Langer at Y. M. C. A. meet broke 500 yard indoor American
swimming record. Time 6.13 15.
COPENHAGEN, August 11 Nine hundred and thirty-three
Scandinavian ships lost during war. Six hundred Norwegian ; Den
mark, 187; Sweden, 146. Lives lost, 500.
MELBOURNE, August 11 Government circles favor plan of send
ing high commissioner to Washington to represent Australia, in addition
to British Ambassador.
WASHINGTON, August 11 Date of calling first increment may
be postponed until the 4th, owning to heavy railroad traffic on Labor
Day interfering with transportation.
Davison, chairman of Red Cross, says there has been no neglect
of German prisoners.
LONDON, August 11 German patrol ship hits own mine. Thirty
BRITISH HEADQUARTERS, August 11 British advance over
front of 2 miles at Ypres. Right wing had heavy fighting at Hcnin road.
Progress continues in center and on left. Overcame enemies resistance
and gained all objectives. Enemy's casualties were heavy. Two hu
dred and forty prisoners taken.
WASHINGTON, August 11 Failure of Germany to placate Peru,
forces break in opinion of state department.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 11 Patrick Parrally caught on Angel
Island. Arrested and searched. Had $10,000 and packet of letters.
Charged with attempting to obtain military information and attempting
to bribe officers. Parrally was employed on Island as watchman.
Eleven indicted for selling liquor to soldiers.
WASHINGTON, August 11 Hoover issues statement that he
hopes it will be unnecessary to use power conferred in bill, but if un
scrupulous attempts are made to make illigitimate profits, people will
suffer full penalty.
OAKLAND, August 11 Guardsmen on leave, raid I. W. W. head
quarters and destroy literature, and records. Is aftermath of assault
upon 2 soldiers some time ago. Police called but made no arrests.
HONOLULU, August 10 Collector of Internal Revenue Haley
Royal D. Mead is appointed on food commission.
Five alleged slackers arrested in Hilo, all Filipinos.
Major Wayne ,of registration board .warns of possibility of danger
involved in losing certificates of registration.
Dougherty announces that there will be no Oahu Fair this year.
Is calling meeting of fair commission to consider 1918 plans.
LONDON, August 10 Labor conference decides to send delegates
to forthcoming socialist congress. Swedish delegates will submit resolu
tion favoring restoration of Alsace, independence of Poland, and will
endorse Italian claim for domination over the Adriatic. German menace
to be denounced.
PARIS, August 10 French continue to gain at BLxschoote and to
repulse German raids at St. Quentin.
LONDON, August 10 British raiders active at Monchy le Preux,
blowing up several German dugouts.
BERLIN, August 10 British attack in force at Monchy but were
repulsed after hand-to-hand light. Severe losses inflicted on British.
Germans advance 1200 yards.
WASHINGTON, August 10 President next week will nominate
BRITISH HEADQUARTERS, August 10 Fresh attacks capture
a'l German positions east of Hooge to depth of several hundred yards.
German resistance was stiff.
HONOLULU, August 10 Bottomley reports that the total income
of the Hawaii Consolidated Railroad for the year ending June 31st, was
$520,844. Gross profits $247,436. Net profits $1 14,127.
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