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DEFEAT II. A. C'S
The Punaho is nnd Honolulu! can ill
lclc honors on Saturda) s-s progressUo
baseball game List ear's champions
went out datuutny to make a reputation
at the expense of the other four leagun
teams, and after donning the Mnllcs,
Kama unit O.ihiln In it series of gainis
of four Innings each, their upward
Btrlilo was at lust nipped by the Putin
iou. The usual crowd of fnna was on
luncl and nmoi'C them were all of th")
eld time faiea that usually decorate the
bleachers end Mum!. They all had no
klik nt the article of ball that was
dished up nnd ns a whole tho noel
game proved quit exciting nnd enter
taining. Those who enjoy the time and can
u two teams on the Held were treated
to an exhibition of pitching by llamcy
Joy that Is seldom seen. Without nny
ltivllmlnarv practice this speed mnnel
threw twelve Innings of perfect ball
nnd nlluwcd hut one run In that time.
This run was made 011 un error. Joy
itruck out seven of the first eleven
men that faced him. In the twelve In
nings he fanned eighteen men and al
lowed but four hits. This Is guing
tome. Ih'nlclci good slab work this
kouth paw wielded a heavy stick and
eirlj In the game, with bases full, he
lined out a three-sucker, scoring an
three men. Joy was given good support
by his team.
l'unnhou appeared on the field In
new uniforms and presented 11 linc-un
that looks to bo the fastest that they
have ever had. Steele was back at his
old poflllon on third and his presence
seemed to work well with the balance
of tho learn. The Colts went Into tho
game with a determination. lCddlo
Uvsha occupied the box with Dill .Mc-
cr on the receiving end. DeBha won
bis own game by pounding out u time
ly three-bugger scoring Van lclt. jr.,
Alio was 011 llrst. The Puns did borne
sharp fielding work and showed up
well In this department of the game
considering the amount of practice thai
lias been Indulged In.
Doth the Mallcs nnd Knms played
hard to win, Tho Kiiius have a good
team and should give an account of
themselves this season.
The day's sport was marred by tho
plnvlng of tho Oahiis, who played with
a sort of "don't tare" spirit, llnniptoii
showed lnck of training and Leslie on
first was a farce. The team mlsscJ
the icrvlccs of While and tlorman.
Another bad feature was the lack of
uniformity In ilrcxs. With the excep
tion of two teams the players were dad
in any old thing. The players should
nt least appear In uniform and give
thoto who pay admission the imprcs
slon that they arc wltuetslug a baseball
II. A. C. VS. MAII.KS.
Krcltaa occupied the box for tho
Mallcs and Hn Sue, tho first man up,
lilt safe over short. lu Sue gut to
third but was retired at tho plato.
Joy struck out tho first three, Mallei
that fared him. II. A. C. went out In
one. two, three order. Young Aylctt
was hit by Joy mid stolo second and
third. Next two men up fanned, tllun
tun, I'crnandez and lin Hue came home
on Joy's three base hit. This was tho
only scoring In this game.
ikon- by Innings:
12 3 1
H. A. C 0 0 3 0-3
M. 1. C U 0 0 00
II. Wilder, umpire
KAM8 VS. 11. A. C'S.
This gnmo proved a pitcher's bat
tle between Iteuter and Joy, ltcuter
did good work and held Ills opponents
well. Jones caught Iteuter. Lemon,
the llrst man up, walked, hut was out
stealing second. Joy struck out nut
two men. Cn Sue took three bases on
11 bunt nnd poor throw. H. lcrnandc
lilt through Sheldon and l!n 8110 scored.
Plunkctt lilt safe and wnsliivvnuccd to
third, Jones lilt a hard one to V.a Sue,
who threw low to (llcnson. Pal niuilo
a pretty pick-up utid saved a run.
I 2 3 1
II. A. C 1 0 0 01
Knms 0 0 0 00
II. Wilder, umpire.
II. A. C.'S VS. OAHl'S.
Jack Williams landed on Hampton
for thrco bases, but tho ttlclo was ru
tlicd beforo any damago was done. Joy
struck out tho first three men up. l-'ci-nandcz
drew a pass, Soarea hit cafe
between flrbt nnd becoud and Fernandez
Lcorcd in the third Inning tho II. A.
C 's landed on Hampton hard and
scored live runs, Kla managed to get
across the plato In tho fourth, after
Joy's poor throw to third. This saved
the Oahus from a shut-out.
12 3 1
11. A. C's 0 1 5 0-U
Oahus 0 0 0 1-1
PUNAHOUB VS. II. A. O.
11. A. C'.'s went out In fast order.
Thrco first men up popped In tho air.
Jack Williams was In tho box for thn
rhnuips and his delivery scorned to fool
Hie Colts, Joy hit Bafc and got to sec
ond Ho was retired at third by Major
Van Vllet's pretty play. DeBha pltrhed
good ball and brother Georg'j niacin
come pretty catches In left garden. Ho
robbed Olcasnn of u lilt In tho fouith.
Van Vllct, Jr.. mndo tho flrt safo hit
tor tho Puns In tho fifth. U. Desha,
tho next mnn up, put one against the
left Held fence and scored Vnn Vllel.
Tho II. A. C 's could get nothing In
their half of tho fifth, so the Puns
tlulmed II rtt honors.
1 2 3 i C
11. A. C 0 0 0 0 0- 0
Punaliou 0 0 0 0 11
F1IPS FROM lllf FANS
lllll Meyer Is the goods behind
Joy could pitch 100
team than ever.
u stronger -t
Punaliou will bo hard to beat
Tat (llcnson mny ho n "dead
one but he can "go some" ycL
(Ico. Desha's catch 01 (lleason'H
line drho was Hie prettiest play
o! tho day. -f
The two I-'crnaiidcz hojs cov- t
creil much ground In the Held for
Soarcs lilt llko n "vet."
Kn Suo plajcl R1 hall. Ills
throwing and running were feat
ures of the game.
Hum Leslie should make appli
cation to the ranks of tho "has
levers made a ono-haiided stop
that brought forth npplautc.
lllll Hampton needs n little road
Meyer and Desha will make a
hard combination to beat.
Slecrcand Jack Desha strength
en l'unahou's liillcld.
saved tho day
Iteuter has plent) of htcam left.
So bus Jones.
Davis held down third for tho
Young Aylctt can play ball with
uny of them.
Tho Mallcs' panta fit like the
paper on the wall.
If any stranger should havu
been ut tho game Saturday and
sen Iho nrru) of uniforms, bo
would hava certainly said "bush t
SAM LES1IE "dOXER
Sam Leslie has retired from the base
ball diamond and Is now about to take
lip tho vocation of boxer. Now, Sam
has all the requirements of a first clnsji
heavy weight He utrlps about 22U
pounds, Is 0 feci 2 Inchon high and baa
11 leach of about SG Inches.
Satunlay Sanio made the remark af
ter the ball gamo that be was "pan."
Ills showing on tho Initial hag wilt
shady, Ham still claimed that ho was
tin athlete and that If be could not play
the natlonul game ho could scrap sonm.
Van (llckcn n brother cop, was In
the stand at Saturday's gamo and wan
not backward In holing Sam's efforts,
'Iho two met In 11 Chinese restaurant
Saturday evening nnd nn urgiimcnt
over the personal rooting at tho ball
game ensued, I.csllo then nnd tlu'io
challenged Van (Hcscn to r.ght to u
finish, bare knuckles, no referee. They
did not even go to tho formality of
ilgiilng iiiiUIm. Iloili squared oft,
On form Van had tho best of It. Lea
He, how cm r, had all tho natural ad
vantages, of height, weight nnd reach
In the first exchange Leslie's reach
proved a good asset uud with u straight
left He closed his opponent's optic. Thin
indcil the bout and Sam's ring rccoid
Lost- Joo Cohen, 1 round.
Won. Van (Hcscn, 1 round.
It Is now quite posslblo and prub
nblo that Pnm will challcngo Jim Jef
fries for iho heuvywclght title. Tho
big fellow will probably reply, boat
Joe Cohen and get n reputation.
Jnik McKaddcu Is looking for n
nintili Just now nnd tho chances uru
that he would not bo ndverso to giving
nwuy u llttlo weight to tuko 011 Sam.
The Honolulu llascball League will
lllf'I't III llm Vfiiltif. Iintnl nil Tlmi-kilnv
evening nt C o'clock. Somo Important
ujsincsb will come up.
'I he question of u Bcorer will pioh-
nhlv lin urlttnl iim will Mm nrnnnuril
game with Stunfunl University. It Is
uuout lime that soinn opening of tli
League was arranged for.
A big crowd way on hand yesterday
to witness a gamo of ball between the
Japauuc Athletic Club nnd tho Ha
waiian Independents, This was the
initial gamo of tho Hlvcrsidc League
uud proved a success In every way.
After goln 'or teu Innings tho Hu
vvallans wop tho score of 7 to C.
1'iom the . ..so mndo by tho rooters
and pin) era onn would havo thought
that u National League gamo was on.
Tho tlnc-up nnd runs by Innings:
II. J. A. C.-Tiibuchl, c. Mlchl, p.;
Jimniehl, lb.; Wnkllu, 2b.; Lee. 3b.;
Hoshlne. ss.; Masa, r. f.; Maraynma,
c. f ; Mesaka, I. m.
II. I. C Uveiclto. e.; Dixon, p.; Ila
Icmauo, lh ; II. Wulkcr, 2b ; Kupa, 3b.,
Kubaluwlla, t.; Wahllanl, rf.; Aulug,
c.f.; Akl, If.
It J. C 1 0 10 3 0 0 0 117
II. J A, C 0 U 1 0 0 2 1 2 0 0-0
tt tt It
A large crowd was on baud nt the
Zoo on Saturday night to celebrate the
opening ol tho new rink. Those who
made the trip vvotc well repaid as tin)
had the pleasure of witnessing some
good races and ulso skating In the open
air 011 ,1 nice Inrgo floor. The tool all
made skating n ptcasuie. This rink Is
sure to add much to the attraction ot
In all there were four races run off,
unil, as usunl, thn Diamond Head Ath
letic Club took first honors and any
prizes that vvcrr in sight. This eluli
took the mile relay. Major Hart, one of
their members, took the mile event.
Den Clark of Iho tamo club, took the
half mile event. Holster, Sumner and
Hart skalcd a dead heat In tho half
mile potnto tacc.
Music plajcd during the evening.
The Queen street rink vvns well at
tended consldcilng the counter attiac
tlons on Saturday night. Ladles espec
ially enjoyed the evening's sport, ns
nosl of thn tlmn the floor was devoted
The principal attraction was au ex
hibition of fancy skating given by
Prof. Davenport nnd Master Luther
Hough ami Alfml l'rcllas. The work
of the three was loudly applauded. Tho
loungsicrs demonstrated what can bo
done in 11 short space of time 011 rollers.
Davenport deserves much credit for
the condition Hint bo lias put thn
youngsters in. Until team nnd single
skating wcro Indulged In.
NEW MEW WON
Tho now members of tho Honolulu
cricket team.' defeated tho old mem -hers
on Saturday nt Maklkl Mold. Tho
new IndH led the old by HI runs.
The score was ns follows:
J. A. Hnlh b MHHII ..1 IS
A. St C. Pllannta, b Cation 3
! . I InlmcH, b f'nttun 2
It, ilu 11. Lnynnl (capt.), h S.
11. 1. lleardmoro, l Mcdlll 0
J. M. Maclean, h H. Ilcnrdmore... 8
T. Lonelier, run out 8
It. (. Moore, b Jnrdnn 0
l). I, Wlthlngton, not nut II
II. M. Ayri-.i, c Ac li Jnrdnn 0
A. A. Ilobsou, li S. lleardmoro .. 0
HUN'S AT TALL OK HACH WICKHT.
123 4 50780 10
3 7 CS OS k9 103 108 108 108 109
It. Cation, r lleardmoro. b Pilanaln K
I, Wlthlngton, li Pllnnala n
J. I., Coekbiirn, li Lnynrd ti
8. lteardmorc, c Pilanaln, b I-ny-
aid '. 32
V. II. Wellington, c Until, b Lay.
J. C. McUIII, c L. Wlthlngton,
li Knth 1
T. (illl, c& b Ilntl I
II. L. Herbert, li 1 .11 yard I
V McWhlrlcr. c L. Wlthlngton,
b Lnynrd I
11. II. Ilallcy. htn out 1
It. A. Jordan (capt.), not out ... 1
BIG M .MI RAGES
IHcerlnl l Th nulfcttnl
Wallukii, Maul. April 27. The Maul
Ilaclng Aksoclatlon met this week In
tl.n WTnlliilii tnv nlllrii In ftlf llllHOIU'U
of 0, It. Itohcrtson (now a resident of
Kahiiku, Oahu) president, Vlco Pres
ident J. Kiriiinnu prcsiucu. 11. 1.. aiey
cr read minutes of two previous meet
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members wcro elected, umong whom
were I 1'. llaldwln. 1). II. Davis. D. T
Carey and J. V. Kerr.
Hon. A. N. rtcpolknl was elected
president, nnd J. Klrklnnd, vlco prcbl
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iMni-v Mrr. W T llnhlllkOll. I) II.
Davis and D, T. Carey will const Itutu
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