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The heavy rain that fell yesterday
brenoon was not enough to keep tho
golfers from participating In the nor
cl tournament arranged by "Clint"
Hutching. There ft as as laree a list
of entries for this affair as has eror Will E. Fisher has sent notices to
been made In a tourney at the Manoa all dog fanciers to be present at a
Club. The course as fairly crowded meeting In reference to the organlsa-
ftlth Interested players, who batted "on f R kennel club. Tho meeting
the ball over a strango course. Bo "HI be held at Mr. Fisher's office at
difficult was the course and so much 7:30 p. m. tomorrow,
head-work was required that often' A kennel club Is something that has
partners could not agree on tho same been lacking in Honolulu. There aro
louto to the hole. Many players ar- nBny well-bred and valuable dogs
gued that: "The longest way round ete anu ,hcy should bo dlspta)ed.
was tho shortest way home." Careful S"ch club as proposed would en-
tnd skeptical players refused to make tourago the rearing of thoroughbred
long carries over hatards, while tho, animals and also would Increase the
braver player slashed out with might Interest In this household and useful
and main and wore a Joyful smllo ret.
when he drove the bunker. A display of Honolulu s best dogs
The nlavcr who had made a careful would be a money-getter as well as
study of the regular course was ban-.very interesting 10 spectators
Everyone who Is Interested In dogs
should bo present at this meeting.
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dlcapped for he little knew of tho
dangers that awaited him aqd tho
Judging of distance was a difficult
Frank Armstrong, who has been
playing a strong game of late, handed
in a remarkable scoro and, consider- At a mwtlns of inn i.unltnnn Alh.
Ing tho conditions, deserves much 'imI. pi.ili at Sun Antnnln Hall on Frl,
credit. Ills round was lnado In 8 ,iv lho mllnwlnir officers wrrn elect.
and with his 3 handicap a 65 was net- ,i.
led. Geo. Angus played tbo best golf, j,. H. Madelros, president; M. A.
and made a 56, but as scratch ho was s.lvn vi,B ..resident: V Fernandei
just outside, the chance.
It was a leg-weary crowd that fin
Ished this tournament and, with tho
long holes and tho number of stops
taken In looking for lost balls, many
miles wero walked.
Refreshments wero served at tho
clubhouse and over) one expressed
Micmselves as having a very good day.
Following wero the holes played
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J. Mclncrny 105
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well as Plmental. J. Fernandez, Uiisu-
hell and Canuiho of the U A. C's,
Pitcher Freltos of the I-A.C.'s allowed
six hits off his delivery and tho Portu
guese boys gleaned the same number
uf safo swats from Soldier Datls. The
anal score stood . U A. C. 7, and Tenth
First Half All-Portuguese lake tli
Celd and tho soldiers go lo the bat.
Hannah safo on first on error of Kers.
Rlngland out, pitcher to first. Hannah
taring ttoloa seconl pro lously. 8iho f.
fel sacrifices, Hannah to third. Yan
Vllct, Sr., out, catcher to IlrsL
Second Half J, Correa out, pitcher
to first. Evers dies upon first the same
way and Plmental goes out, second to
first. No runs,
SECOND INNING. '
First Half. Van Vllct Jr.out, third
to first, Uoylo lifts a high one straight
up which Is nabbed by tho catcher.
Carry out, second to first, upon nice
Becond Half. J, Fernandez safe,
through wild throw of third baseman.
Uushnell safe at first upon repeated
play. M. Martin strikes ouL Fer
nandez steals home. Soares safo at
first by error of that baseman. Cap
alho singles and Uushnell scores.
Catcher Rlngland does the hurdle act
In chasing a foul and falls ocr a fence.
Frottaa lilts to Van Vllct, Jr., who
throws wild to first, Soares scoring.
Correa blnglcs safely for one bag yet
Carvalho Is touched out at home upon
Dlay. Ecrs singles and Plmental
comes upon deck with tho bases full,
Frcttos reaches home sack upon passed
ball. Plmental docs nothing for Ms
country and the side retires. L. A. C.
4, Infantry 0.
First Half. Havls out upon fly to
Soares. Fenncr bios by the Uushnell
Plmental route. Hannah gets first up
on four wide ones, being the first mun
to walk. Rlngland nu.s for two bases,
scoring Hannah. Schocffcl hits through
short, Rlngland only reaching third.
Dnddy Van Vllct pokes tho ball through
third and this time llaldy Rlngland
waltzes to the home station. Son Van
Vllct docs not bite at IiIkIi ones and
reaches station number one with lltilo
effort, filling tho tjn.es. but tho best
Doyle could do was to go out, third to
first, giving tho U A. C.s tho Held.
Second Half. Fernandez strikes out
and Uushnell then reaches first Mar
tin gets tho only base upon balls hand'
oil out by I)als. Soares now swats
lor two sacks, allowing Uushnell and
Martin to cross the rubber. Canalho
adds one to the scoro by sending Soares
to thu terminus. Frcltas and Correa
die easily. Try as they did the I,. A
L ' (until score no moro during tho
game. Tenth Infantry 2, 1,. A. C. 7,
First Half. The features at this
stage of the game occurred when Davis
stretched a three-base lilt into a uomo
run and when Hannah, the captain,
said "You re rotten," meaning the um
pire, and then took his high chair.
Sci'ond Half i:ers got first t). K
but nothing doing. Infantry 1, 1 A.
First Half. Uushnell, Ecrs and
Plmental executed a neat doublo plav
this Inning, killing off Schocffcl ami
Van VllcL Sr., after Old Man Rlngland
had been caught asleep upon first sub
sequent to a pretty hit perpetrated by
Second Half. This inning was sub-
Jr., treasurer; F. D. Frcltas, secre
tary: L. Plmental, J. Fernandez, O.
Madeira, Hoard of Directors, v. Fer
nandez Jr., manager.
A subscription will bo circulated
among nil tho Portuguese sports nnd
enough money gotten together to pur
chase new uniforms.
All of the Portuguese ball players
have agreed to stand together and
play for no other team.
In spite of tho Inclement weather
jesterday, baseball of tho good old
fashioned stylo was dished up by tho
All-Portuguese team, compoed of mem
bers of the I.usltana Athletic Club.nnd
tho Tenth Infantry team, tho game b
Ing played at Kaplolanl Park betoro a
goodly sized and enthusiastic audlcnco
mndo up of dycd-ln-the-wool baseball
fnns, ordinary personage", and others.
This much talked of game was to
havo started at 2 o'clock, )U on ac
count of the Intermittent showers of
liquid sunshlno which persisted In en
veloping the righteous and unrighteous
alike, spasmodically, thu first spasm
of' tho gams did not begin until 3
o'clock. A short while before time was
called the seternl bases and the pitch
ers' box, were floating In nice fat pub
dies of Walklkl wet, but this sad con
dition of affairs was slightly amellorat- ,.. ,,,. ,,.. Ronr M trvine ,
SiHri.! i ASJriSyimil.il? .manufacture a thrcobaso hit out of
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of the American national pastime, and r"n8
rtnnalftnrln! IhA rflln nnd lliit nr.tulttlnn
of the grounds, was pretty well played I
In spots for It was completed In uno
hour and ten minutes. Possibly the ra j
pldlty of tho playing and base running
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After the llutchlns "Freak Tourna
ment" at Manoa yesterday a special
match wah arranged. Kach player en
tering was compelled to pay 60 cents
and tho same was to go as sweep
stakes to the winner and second placo.
Winner was to receive two-thirds and
second placo one-third.
Twehty-llvo entries were made for
this match and onco mora the golfers
started on a two-round tramp. Angus
and Woods both made the first nine
liofes In 40, but fell on tho second.
Q. H. llcrrcy played 43 on the first
and 38 on tho second, thereby equal
ing the course record and landing In
first placo. With his two rounds lu
81 und 0 strokes' handicap, Uerrey net
ted a 75, which makes a ery low
mark, Angus again wan Just outsldo
Following aro the scores played in
70 by the slippery paths, which permitted
92 ! a baserunncr going from cecond to third,
CO I base, to get n running start from second"
71 and then, when iialf way to third, to
. , throw his pedal extremities up In tho
78 air nnti sitaic to ins ursunauon at miru
70 base upon his ear, arriving there ten
77 city blocks ahead of the elusho spher
j no mo opposing teams piayca a
tory even game with tho exception of
tbo last half of the second inning,
when the soldier boys fared badly, al
lowing their Portuguese opponents to
pllo up four runs. Several times dur
ing the game it looked to the man on
the Btump as though tho gun fighters
t would catch up with and pass their rtv-
uis, yi-i me cipecieu never nappeneu.
For doing the right thing at tho right
tlmo the names of Major Van Vllct,
"Aren't you taking music lessons any
"No, Popn says he's afraid his nerves
won't hold out until I leurn to play."
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