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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOMJMJ, T II., MONDAY, ATOII, 27, 1908.
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Kaalas And Alohas Win
From Palamas And
J Riverside League:
H Kaalas 10, Palamas 7.
' Alohas 8, Japanese A.
W Seaside league:
" Star Lines 12, S. Violets 11.
Starlights 18. Okuwas 1.
H Kapiolani Park:
" Hiehlands 7, Reliance 1.
M Leahi 14. Y. T. W. 8.
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Hylands Defeat Reliance
And Leahis Win
I'm Iter, It,
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flood IttBcbnll, Iota of ginger, Wl
rIc, nnJ n big crowd characterized
the opening of the Itlvcisldo Lcaguo'
.it Aalu I'.irli yesterday, when tho
Kaalas won over the l'nl.imns, 10 lo
7, nnd the Alohns captured a very iianll)tts
dine game with the Japanese by u l) j
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f-jjume oi a iu , I..HHMH.IIU "i'tt"n Kaalas
V. ' c urclses bcKiui the tun at l:30 p.m.,
'A limit both games followed. The crowd
40 10 1C 4 27 14 3
Scoio by Innings:
1 2 .1 I f. C 7 8 0
0 00400010 2 7
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Seven to one Ih tho tuno to which
the Hellaiice nine buffered dtfeat by I
the Highlands yesterday at Kapto- ,
lanl IMrk. With timely hits, good
fielding! and all-around good plajlng
the victorious Highlands played n
winning gaino all through John
Sjlva's reds pla 'd a good game but
Soft Finish, 33 inches wide
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Ilntc on balls: Off Hut
Icr, 7; Medclros, 0, l'aaluhl, 0; l.n
plnda, 0. Struck out: lly Ilutler, 4;
Medclros, 7; I'niilulil, 7; Ksplnda, 1.
Innings pitched Ilutler, 4; Mcdclriw,
Iplndn, 2. Sacrinco
hits: Clement. Zerbc. Honiin. Smith
n -it linsc; W. Till ChoilB. sec- !T...n.i,. i. iinnan. Kmi.i. Hoonll.
MaUnnui. Thice-lmso IiHb: Mnkanul.
Double- play lloirm to Correa. WIN
pitch: Ilutler. 1 P.ibod balls: llut
ler, 2. Time of game: 111. 55m.
JAPANIISn A. C,
OSOO"000 10 ' lley were up against tho real thins, ,111
Vba.V:o;nu ' No telephone orders taken for this special
was a record-breaker.
1'iesideiit A. I,. C. Alkhibon of tho
League plt lied tho Hist ball, with
Itobert As.im at tho receiving end
vice prosicieni a. i. vicrrn m u'll'G; laaluhl, C.
S r loire.i, president oi ino riiiainn
ond base, and John W. Akana, pi est
(lent oT the Chinese Aloha Club, third
The l'.ilamai and Kaalas played
Hie opening game The ral.imas, last
mmi h champions, led oil with llalley
at bat He fanned the air three
times Kealoha Hew out to l'reltas,
ond Walker was retired at llrst, on i
liucw iiom Feconn (jiuiiingworiii n0S3( 31, 0
made things lively In the econd lulf Kn1)n ,
of the Inning b) smashing tlle , pickard, lb ....
spliere on tun nose anil Dc.mng 11 10 Mnrmni.iH If
M. Sucnaga, ss, .5
Steer lloiln, tf . .2
pan, liowcxcr. T MatB11., lf ...3
riorcs, p .
Ross, 3 b
Knlpo, c .
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llut, after which ho sneaked two
tacks In surrchslon He failed to
ronie across the pan, howcAcr, '
Thioiigh the course of tho g.iifio ,
Itjie Kaal.is batted heavily, both It.
Pal Ker -anil ClilllliiBwoith making
three safe hits, the latter out of four
times at bat Madelios, of tho win-I
ners. pitched a nice game, sti Iking
out seen, and not poimlttlng any one.
10 btroil to nut on 111a delivery.
All tho scoilng for tho winners was
I'lo of the Kallhls wns slab artist, tho
rormcr noted for his batting ability,
nnll tho latter for coolness nnd ton
trot. After an absence from the dia
mond for some time, nnd for the
jflist time playing with this league,
Joe came to bat five times, got four
! safeties, stole two bases, and, by ac-
I curato tin owing, assisted In retiring
tea lonncis at tho initial bag 1'io,
on the other hand, allowed but fom
passes and kept hits well scattered.
Scoiu by Innings:
12 3 15 8 7 8!)
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, 1 7 14 8 24 5 2
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Chinese Alohas and the Japanese A
C In the bocond game of the a'flcr-
noon, both men on the mound wor)l
ing urn re snnpc, anil Hie piny ucmg
both clot.e ami orllllnnt all through.
Tho game wns won by Iho AUnuiK In
a whirlwind llnlsliJust at the Innt,
when tlie Japanese, playing 11 win
plug gunie, seemed to have the long
end' of tho scoie "corrnled. , AKnna
opened the way to victory by leaning
ngalnst tho ball for a ."-bagger,
which, coupled with a passed, bal',
did the act.
Tho stoies of tho tfRnies were:
A II H S O A 1:
II lt.illey, ss . ..5 1 2 1 2 1 2
Kenloha, 3b 3 1
Walker, cf '..... 4 0
Knln, 2b ..'..,..
Auk.il, cf .'.
'lUi Vup, 1
1 Highlands 20000130 1 7
! Ilnllnnxn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Summary. liases on bulls- Off I'lo
4. Struck out: lly I'lo, 3; by Sylva,
1. Two-baso hits: Nacltnlcnto, um
Dill, Mike I'rcltns. I'nsscd balls- Chi
llui, 2; Joseph, 2. lilt by pitched
Lull, Kua. Tlmo of ganie, lb. 23m
In tho second game, tho I.cjhls and
Young Tidnl Waves crossed bats, and,
weie It not for tho crippled Btnto of
tne Wnes nine, the tale might luno
uccu dlffcient. llut, as It Is, the Le
ahis got ocn and defeated tho Waves
1 1 to b. It Beems that every Wao
..I player had an off-day. Some weio
I sick and othcls wero nbsent. Pitch-
t-rs nnd catchers are nt a premium,
i for this team had none. Pitcher
OWWPIll lllli twum 99
29 8 C 0 27 14 3
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Kspluda, p I
Clement, If . . .3
Zcrbe, II , rf 2
Honnn, 2b 4
Hcopll, S, c . ..2
Kahnlewal, c ... 1
Kama, lb 1
Coriea. lb 2
Siojl' by Innings-
12 3 4 5 0 7 8 9
.... 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 7
2v2 1 2 3 0 1 0 31 1
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Yup, 3; Fibres, 15. Sacrifice hits:
Alan. TowUBond. llrlto. TctsuJl. Two-
',' babe hits: Klorcs, 2, Hoss, 2; Mlchi.
? i Tliieo-bnsri hits: Akana Hit by
I pitched liall: Notley, Maruynmn,
v i Steer lloda. Pnssed ball: Knlpo, l.
u I Time of gnmo: 2h. Umpire Harney '
" I Joy Scoiler: W. T. Itaposo. j
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SS SPORTS CALENDAR '
i-'rcltns wns sick; Cntcher IJnos had a
pprulncd wilst. Aylctt pitched and
Kcinandez caught. Shortstop Pedro
plnjeil thlrdC and the vacancy nt
short wns filled by Comes, a midget
of tho "peanut" type, tho smallest
league player In tho Islands and pci
haps In tho baseball world, but ha
wielded tho wood llko tho big feM
lows. Out of five Utiles up he got
four hits, Htolo threo bases, and ciobs
ed tho pun twice.
Score by Innings:
Y. T. W 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 18
Stun I nary. liases on balls: Off
Dole, 1; off Ajlett, 2; oil Comes, 7.
Struck out: lly Dole, G; by Aylett, 1;
by Conies, 2. Two-baso hits. Pedro
Three-base hit: LclelwI. Pusscd
.balls: Fernandez, 4; Mai tin, 3. Hit
j by pitched ball: Reese. Time of
, game: lh 40m. Umplro: Alex. Kin.
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April 27 Bateball at Kameha
melia; Kams. vs. Highs. Baseball, ,
St. Louis vs. transport Crook, Aala '
Park, 3 p. m. Baseball at Aala Park, I
Pacifies vs. Wailcles.
Apill 28 Kennel Cub meeting.
April 29 Kuplo.nul lliibcbnll i
April 29 Clicket. II. C C. vs. M. '
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April 30 lloxlng, Fort Shatter. J
Apill 30 Annual meeting, Here-j
t .iila Tennis Club. '
May 1 Meeting, Outrlggei Club.
.May 2 Uoys''Clu)S field meet.
May 2 Senior I.eaguo bateball
Mny 2 Wrestling carnival, Orph
Mny 2 Conceit and dante, Kalllil
Mny 2 Portuguese "Hawaii" ben
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May 10 Newspaper UaBebali
l.eaguo Beabon opens,
May J 3 Invitation tourney, llerc
tuiiia Tennis Club.
Mny 17 Wulnltin Oolf Club tournament.
Juno 4 Y, M. C, A. gyuiuuslumi
.fiiuo 10 Hawaiian (!un Club's i
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Juno 11 Hawaiian (inn Club's
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June 17 Hawaiian Cun Club's-unl
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July 3-4 llllii races. '
July 4 Maul races.
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Y M. C A. field and track team will
be hold on Wednesday has been sent
out by Physical Uliector Dr. C. H.
Hand. The purpose of the meeting
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tho purpose of entering a 'team to
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Tho scoio by Innings:
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