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KVKNINQ IHJLLKTIN, HONOLULU, T II., MONDAY, MAIICII 9, 190S.
If n furnace required a high degree of heat to accomplish n given
ic3ult, would you put a wnter-jack;t around ths furnace to cool it?
Then why do it in an automobile? '
A gnsoline engine makes power by turning gasoline into heat, The
hotter you can run it without ignit.ng jour lubricant, the greater efli
uer.cy you get out of your fuel.
The Franklin air-cooled motor normally rin3 at about 350 degrees,
'lot enough to get high efficiency out of the' gasoline but cool enough to
be well below the .burning point of oil.
A water-cooled motor does not nrnr.nlly get hotter than 212 degrees;
at that temperature the water boili away and there is trouble. Hence
all water-cooled motors are under a heavy handicap, because they work
at about 138 degrees below the point of maximum efficiency.
The Franklin motor car gets more actual going-power out of a gal
lon of gasoline than any ether auto nouile. That mcar.3 low running ex
pense. Franklin light-weight means thc-economy. Franklin construction
laminated wood frame and nickel steel parts means repair-economy.
Combine all these advantages and ycu have the motor car that you can
afford to own.
Franklin Air-Cooled cars arc run with the greatest of success for
months in Summer in New York. Chicago and other ulaccs where the
thermometer gees higher than it ever docs in these Islands, and they
have proved the right car for the hottest as well as the coldest localities.
Ask the Honolulu users of Air-Cooled Franklins whether they keep
cool on the hottest days or not. They will tell you.
Local and National
EDITED BY CHARLIE ALBRIGHT
E. O. HAXiIi & SON, -Ltd,
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Good Bdll Games
At Aala Park
Outside of the usitnl kicks from
tlic losing teams on ttio decisions of
un umpire, t litre wus no riot at Aula
Park yesterday nud the teams from
tlie HUcrsldo Junior League pulled
off Its two Balnea without nny Inter
ruption. The first game of the day
was a contest between the Chinese,
Alohaa Jr. nud the Asnhl A. C. In
this mime the Chinese team guo tliu
little brown men n linrd rub mid
ununified to defeat them by the scorn
of 10 to 8. Tills Is tho Biime that
mused lots of trouble about the um
pire's decisions, and It 'K safe to say
at this time that another of those
loollsh protestH will not bo tiled by
tho Asnhli, who lout tho game. It
Kcaloha, ss-:iii ."1231071
llo Mm, lb . S 1 1 0 10 0 0
Achlcu, rf .. .5010100
Hoy Sing, 2b 3 0 1 0 I 2 0
Alona, p .. ..1123070
1. Stllllvnn, If ..1121001
V. Kcalohn. f ' 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ng Slug, 2li ..2000101
Totals'. .. .12 10 12 11 27 ID 7
Art Mil A. C. .
Isanil, lb 5 2 2 Oil 0 0
Tsutilto, 'If 3 2 1 0 2 0 0
Masn, 3b fi 1 1 0 0 1 1
TctsuJI, p . . .8 0 1 1 0 C 1
Steerc, 2b ....' 1 0 2 2 0
Saglchl, ss .. .fi 0 2 1 0 2 0
Hideo, c-rr ..r. 0 0 0 2 1 0
Kcnzo, cf 3 1 0 0 2 0 0
Iknmoto, if ... 2 2 0 0 ,1 1 u
Togoso, t . . ..1001110
3!l S S 3 27 13 2
SCOlii: HY INNINGS
1 2 3 1 r, 0 7 8 0
C. A.'h Jr. .30022102 010
nsahl A. C. .330 100 1008
Three-ban hits: Kealoha. Two
base bits: Kealoha 2, Tom Yen
Alomi, iKanil mid Tsunllo. Il.iscs on
balls: off Alnn.i 0, TctsuJI 3. Struck
would be a better policy for tho J out: by Alon.i 3, by TctsuJI -I. Pnss-
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le.iguo officials to throw out ull such
piotcsts on an umpire's Judgment, mi
as not to ciii'ouiago them.
l'or four Innings the sons of Nip
pon had a good lead against tho
AIiiIibb in this game, but at tho end
the Chinese got the best of them.
Itnth of the pitchers did good work
and ci edit Is due to the management
of the teams. The batteries were:
Chinese Alohas Jr., Alona and Tom
ien; Atahls, TetsuJI and Togozo.
The second game between the
Oriental A. C. and tho Svcct Violets
furnished a good barcball treat to
the spcctnlms present. Tno game
was well played throughout, with
the exception of l.anl at third, who
had four errors chalked against him.
It was leal baseball and everybody
l'lili game started with tho Ori
entals at bat and the Violets, in tho
Held. Hong 'Chuck was the flrat
man up and lie died, pitcher to first.
Ahoy went out on a foul lly to the inl,
catcher. Sins Tal struck out. It I mic
was not until the second Inning thaU ak"
cd hall: Tom Yen. Wild thrown: V.
Kcaloha. Time of game: 1 hr. CG
m, Umpire Ah" I'oy. Scorer: W.
OltllLNTAL A. C.
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Ahoy, 3b-i . ,
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l.oo Hon, r . .
I,. Chuck, p-.!li
Ah Nap, ss . .
.11119 0 1
10 4 3 10 21 G 3
the Orlentnls scored, l.oo Hon Hew
out to the pitcher and 1.. Chuck out,
pitcher to first. Ahong was tho
lucky mill, na he got to second on a
poor throw of I .mil at third. Ah Nap
icacbcd the Initial hag by nn error
of Kualll at first, and Ahong scored
on tins play, (.new iinisiicu huh
Inning by going out, l.anl to Kunlll.
It was not until the sixth Inning that
Hie. Orientals scored again and this
time three men enmo homo.
The Sweet Violets awoke In tjio
List half of the sixth inning. I'etcr-
Kin was given n piihs by Chuck and
went to second on a balk by the
pitcher. Kunlll went out from sec
ond to first l'lorcs got first on a
fumblo by tho shortstop. I,anl hit
wife incr third and scored I'etcison,
but was forced out at second by a
hit l Itlley. Alio ended this Inning
by going out fioni pitcher to llrst. In
the eighth Inning four runs wcro
piored, mid this w.ia when Ahoy
cnino in tno nox lor mo urioniaiH.
The gnmo was finally won by the
n-oro of fi to I.
The scoro and line-up of tho two
CIIINKSi; ALOHAS, .IK,
A It II 8 O
McSbanc, 3b-ss..3 3 113
Tom Yen c 1 2 1 0 5
Hook, r ...
Kualll. lb .
U. rimes, c
.lb . . .
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fi S 0
1 2 3 I fi G 7 8 9
...01000 3 00 0 I
0 0 0 0 0 1 I ft
llihcs on balls: off Chuck 2, Ahoy
2, l'eterFiin 1. Struck out: by Chuck
1, Ahoy 0, 'Peterson 3. Ilalk: Chuck
1 Double play: Ah Napto Chuck.
Passed ball: Loo Hon. Tlmo of
; game 1 hr. 20 m. 1'mplro'. i;n bno.
Scorer W. Tin Chong.
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Best Game Ever Seen
On A Honolulu
Tho gnmo played yesterday at Au
la park between the C. A. C'a and
Kaalaa was one of the most Intcrcst
Iiir Raines ever played In Honolulu.
The scoie was tied In different stages
of the game and In the ninth limine,
when there wna Just one run to de
cide the contest, and tbcro were two
outs, nud tho man nt bat bad throe
balls and two strikes chalked up
against him, and tho next bail from
the pitcher meant victory or defeat,
it was then that n dcathllko hush
fell on tho thousands of spectators
who looked on In deep silence, taking
Intense Interest in' tho outcome.
Tho game was ono that will go
down In history as a record game for
close playing and lingo attendance.
Among the number present wero
Col. Sam Parker, U. S. Commissioner
Geo. A. Davis, Hon. Chas. K. Chll-
lingworth and officers of tho many
The County band added to tho aft
ernoon's entertainment. The re
markable manner in which the po
lice handled the large crowd is wor
thy of tho highest praise. These men
do their duty In such a diplomatic
manner that no ono questions their
authority and cvory ono submits to
their wishes. Chief of Detectives A.
I'. Taylor was alRO present and was
pleased with the behavior of such n
large throng of people.
Tho Chinese team finally won out
iiy tho scoro of 9 to 8. Here's tho
story In detail:
A It 11
Kulll. cf fi
11. Leslie, 2b .
All Toon, rf . .
A. Souza, c . .
II. Itailey, as .
J. Leslie, 3b ..
J. Clement, If.
M. Corrca, lb.
.44 8 9' C 30 10 10
lly drawing tho last gamo of tho
local association football league, tho
Malles becamo the chainpioiia of the
teasou lust Saturday. The Y. M.
C. A team showed wondortul Im
provement ovor former games, and
It was a nlp-and-tuck battlo through
out. Tho Malles only needed n draw
to hold the championship, and, as
tho game wna scoreless, they nro tho
proud possessors of the pennant for
Tho season records of tho two
teams aro as follows:
Malles Played, 7; won. 4; lost, 0;
drawn, 3; goals for, II; goals against
fi; points, 11.
Y. M. C. A. Played, 11; won, 1
lost, 4; drawn, 1: goals for, 1; goals
against, 1C; points, 3.
Tho tennis wero:
Malles: Goal, J. J. Uelscr; full
backs, J. C. McGill, II. Anderson;
half backs, K. Davis, Achlcu, It. Chll
llngworth: forwnrds, II. Gray, W.
Cralk, E. Andrews, Dwlght, H. Bai
ley. Y. M, C. A.: Goal, Itlcknrd; full
backs, Grelg, Swift half backs, Kw-
lug. Dixon, Bobbins; forwards, J.
Woo, I,, O. Blackmail, J, Anderson,
Geo Waterhouse, J. Macconel.
Heferee: J. II. I'iddes,
I.liiebnien: I. Spalding, K. Grune.
tt t: ::
C iiuly Hoy, J. Palua up, won from
12. II Lewis" Mnllett, Harry Lewis
up. last Saturday on tho Knplolanl
lni l nice track by two and ono-half
lengths. The tlmo was 38 seconds
anil tho purse wus 1400. Much In
tel est was evinced In the pretty race,
and It Is llkoly that the track will bo
lepalrcd nnd racing bo rovlvcd horo.
Slug Chong-, s
.1. I.eong, cf
Tal Chan, If
Che llul, c . .
C. Aklna, 2b"
A pan, rf . . . .
C. Y. Mark, u
K. H. Kong, 3b.. fi
Hii Sang, lb ...C
,14 9 fi fi 33 9
No out when winning run made.
SCOKK 11Y INNINGS
1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 11
Kaaln Jr. ..203002000 0 18
II. II 3 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 U
C. A. C. ...320011000 0 29
U. II 1000 2 1000 0 1 a
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liases on balls: off Mark 7, Mc
Candless I. Struck out: by Mark 7,
McCandless 8. Sacrlllco hit: II. Les
lie. Two-base hit: Kulll, II. Lcsllo
2, Ah Toon, McCandless 2, Aklna,
Mark. Three-base hit: M. Correa.
Hit by pitched ball: Tat cnan. Dou
ble plays: II. Leslie to J. Lcsllo. Wild
pitch; Mink 1. Umpire: KM. Fernan
dez. Tlmo of gnmo: 2 lira. IS mln.
Scorer: V. T. Uaposo.
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U. S. S. IROQUOIS
A R 11 S O A 10
Akana, lb-3b . .0 2 2 2 6 C 0
Aynu, ss fi
Zerbe, cf-lf ....fi
Lunlng, c fi
S. Kan!, 3b-cf ..4
Drclcr, p-lb ...4
S. Murkhum, 2b.fi
2 0 0
1 1 1
8 2 0
2 2 1
4 1 1
1 3 1
,12 lfi 10 7 21 19 8
Aicia, If ...
Knlwnl, ss 3 1 0 1
Lcandro, cf .... 4 2 2 2
Kn Sing, rf 3 2 1 1 0
Knopa, . p fi 1 1 1 0
A II II S O A 1-:
.fi 4 3 5 fi 1 )
.fi 0 1 2 4
.fi 2 1 1 fi
1 0 1
Totnls 44 18 10 lfi 27 21 0
SCORK HY INNINGS
1231 fi 0789
Iroiiuols 0 2 0 0 2 7 0 3 1 15
II. 11 0 10 13 7 0 1 0 10
Ocean Views . . . fi 18 0 0022 1 8
H. II fi 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 10
Ono of tho most cowardly acts com
mitted on a baseball Held occuired
yesterday at Aala Paik, when somo
hoodlum attnckeil Kn Sang, llrst base
man of the C. A. C.s, after tho gunio,
struck him unawares and knocked
him senseless. Tho president of tho
Icagiio Is eiy angry ovor tho action
nud la trying to gather cvldenco to
pmsccuto tho perpetrator of tho cow'
nnlly deed. Theso debased actions
nro surely toweling tho standard of
truo sportsmanship, and they must bo
stopped or they will prevent tho uso
of the park for baseball.
l.cl Lehun took tho championship
for tho second serlos yesterday at
Knplolanl Park by defeating tho Hat
la lo Dills in an 11-iiiiilug game. Tho
kcorc was 0 to C.
Tho Knllhls, champions of thu
first series, will play the Lcl Lchu.is
for chnmploushlp honors.
A meeting will bo held this even
ing of tho VullcyBldo Lcnguo to de
rido tho championship games. It Is
piobable that tho games will ho play
ed at Aala Park, If, through tho
courtesy of tho Itheishlo Junior
League, they will bo ullowcd to do
Tim game between the C. A. C. te-uu
and tho Kaalns, Sunday, which result
ed In a lctory for tho former, has
been protested by tho Kaulas on tho
ground that a block ball was called,
allowing the winning run, when thero
was no block. Thcio wero thieo men
on Irises, when a ball went pas tho
catcher and bit the gniuil-stiiud. Ac
cording to the Kaalns, the ball was
nut touched by any of the spectators,
mil they say they have ample pioof
of this. A meeting of the lenguo of
ficials will probably be called miou to
decldo tho point, nu It Is very Import
ant, Involving tho championship of
tho leaguo for tho year.
Tho soldier baseball players on tho
transport Sherman took an orlgIn.il
method of challenging A baseball
team In this city. When over a hun
dred miles out nt sea they "wire
lessed" a challenge. A picked team
from tho Atkinson League players
waa selected to do battlo with them,
hut tho soldiers were all to tho good
when It came to plajlng tho national
gamo, winning out by tho acoro of
5 to I.
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