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After the Diamond J loads nnd de
feated the Knms by tli Rood score of
C to 3 S.ituidny at the Hnseball
I'ark the PunnhouB defeated the St.
outs, winners of the championship
for ears, by u score of 4 to 0, blank
ing them, and 'earning their runs oil
5 hits, the losers fulling to score
with thiee hits to their credit. Tho
heaviest part of tho scoring was done
after the end of the eighth, when tho
ocoro stood nt 1 to 0. Needless to
aay, n game with this suno was :i
good one, and tho fans" who had been
drifting In during the first game
pretty well filled accommodation1!,
and excitement run riot In fact,
the ball with" which tho big league
season was Inaugurated was of tho
,oi t which sets tho fans wild with
delight, and the noises which Issued
fiom grand stand and blecchers on
Sntuiday would Indicate that the ex
hibition had had the anticipated and
The I'uns weru tho first to bcore.
In tho second,' on a hit, a stolen baic,
and an error at first, all combined
Kit Sue came to the fore In the
fourth, when Kla got a thrce-bag-gcr,
but was nailed In trjlng to
ciosa tho plate, th.tnKs to the lupg
wing of the left fielder.
Two triples, one by Hampton and
one by Hi tins, made the billing In
tile last of the eighth, furnishing a
whli Iwlnd finish to a game which
was plajcd all through on the "In
I'ltchur.i Hampton and Williams
had houoru about equally divided.
The times or iho day were:
AIIIUIH SI) O A
nn Sue, If 4 0 1111
Aicla, rfcf 3 0 1 1 0 0
Dmdinell, 3I 2 0 0 fl 1 1
.1. Williams, p. ...4
Joy, lb 2b 3
Alett, cf 0
Gle.ison, lb 3
MayMrim. hs-rf ..3
limns, 21ss 3
Sours, c 3
All It Illl SI) O A i:
Lemon, cf. . ..5010201
MeKi'lizlu, If .. 4 11 1 0 1 0 0
Miller, 2b . . .400023 0
Nnole, ks J 0 0 0 0 O 0
Lota, 3b 4 2 3 0 3 1 1
Kahlua, lb 4 0 1 0 8 1 2
Itt'litor, p I 1 0 0 0 2 0
Hamauku, r 3 o 1 0 fi 2 n
Klilniiloidll, if. ...1 0 0 0 1 0 0
Kama (4th In.) If.2 0 0 0 10 0
Totnls .... 33 C 7 0 24 H I
All 11 Illl SU O A i:
Olmos, If 3 1 1 0 1 0 0
K. Fernandez, lb.2 2 1 0 10 2 0
Louis, rf 3 0 1 0 0 1 0
nvcrs, ss 4 0 1 II 2 5 0
S. Chllllngw'th, 3b.l 0 0 0 2 13
Costello, 2b 3 0 0 0 3 2 0
Amoy, p 3 0 0 0 1 3 0
Dals, c 2 1 0 0 8 0 1
J. Fernandez, cf. .3 1 0 0 0 0 2
Totals . . .27 5 4 0 27 14 C
IHins 0 20 10000 03
U. II 0 2 0 3 110 0 07
nuns 1 0 3"0 1 0 0 0 05
(HBE LOSE QUI
Kaalas And Japanese
.Winners At Aala
STANDING OF RIVERSIDE LEAGUE
Special Showing of
I). H 0 0 3 0 10 0 0 01
Two-base hits Lota, Olmos.
Three-base lilts Lota, Kiihlna.
Dasa on balls Amoy 1, Iteutcr 2.
Sacrifice hits Kama 1.
Passed balls Hamauku 1, I)al 1.
Struck out Amoy 7, Itcntcr 5.
Double plays Anioy-Fornnndcz-Clilllingworth,
F- era-Fernandez Chll
Up Well On Her
Chinese Alohas ... 2
C. A. C 1
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In a bieczo that was heavy cnoilgh
to give lifer a chance to show many
of hor admirable qualities, the yacht
Hawaii went on her kecond trial and i
flist offlcfa) spin Saturday afternoon. I Aala
The Chinese A. C. lost to tho Jap
anese at Anla I'ark )cstcrday by a
score of 11 to 3, whllo tho Uhlncse
Alohas lost to tho Kaalas In an 11
Innlng game by tho final score of 10
to 9. It was very good basoball In
this last game, while the first con
test was Interesting qven though not
close enough to be .very exciting.
Tho scoring In the first game was
done by the losers In tho first and
eighth innings, while the big killing
of the Japanese was in the fifth,
when they got seven runs across.
In the second game, the Chinese
scored four In the opening Inning,
but failed to score after tho fifth,
Harney Joy umpired the matches.
Antone Mndelros, pltchor for the
KaalaB, pitched tho game of his life,
sti filing out seventeen men and al
lowing three walks, four base hits,
and two runs made over him In nine
good work In
holding hits on him well scattered.
J. Hoss, of the Japanese, proved a
dangerous man with tho stick and
nlso a good one nt third sack.
Iutciestlng ball Is bolng played at
I'ark this' season, and the
(IS:1 TVnl' IIclno Kncllsh, pltchor for
Ulllvlfll I 1 lOl' Chinese Alohas, did good work
Home - Made
....28 (I 3 3 24 10 4
au n mi si)
W. Desha, rf 3
Hampton, p I
II. Hums, ir. 4
J. Desha, ss I
Kla, c,r 2
l.ni:iii, c 2
McCorrlston, lb. .3
Henderson, 2b. ,.3
Totals 28 4 5 3 27 15 4
12 3 15 0 7 8 9
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0 0 0 0 110 1 03
1 2 3 4 6 0 7 8 9
Uuns 0 10 0 0 0 0 3 04
II. II 0 10 110 0 2 5
Twobaso hit II. Hums.
Tlncu-luso lilts KU, Hampton.
Ilise on Balls Hampton 4, Wil
liams 2. .
Sicrlflco lilts Lyman 1. Buihnflll 2.
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All sails'' were bent, nnd she Hew, crowds are being drawn. Tho Ka
tlnough tile water. Leaving tho an- ulas look like winners so far, but tlto
chorage shiirtly after 1 o'clock, the Beaton Is still very joung, und no
run wns made out to a short dlstanco one can foretell tho outcomo yet. Tho
on the Ewa side of Diamond Head.1 Japanese aro showing up In surprls
Then the Hawaii was headed i Ing foim. and are expected to end up
aiimnd nnd she scooted down in 'much better than they did Inst sea
fiont of Honolulu hnrbor again. Fori ton, when they did not show up to
the satisfaction of their friends.
Tho Bcoie jesterdny was:
ADD HALF FL SPORTS Chinese lo-i
C. A. C.
Hong Cluick, 2b.
i Jno. i.o, ti. . . .
the becond time the course wns laid
Diamond-Head way. Tho yacht be
luivcd splendidly In the choppy sea.
Coming back, a little brush with tho
Island schooner Mot Wnhlne furnish
ed a bit ot excitement, but on ac
count of the fact that the sailors on i rjho Ilul, c.
the queen boat kept In close to thole. Aklna, 3b.
reef, whbra they got all the wind, I A. A sain, ss.
while tho pilot of tho racer kept out! Mon Yln- rf-lf- 3
too fur to sea, consequently getting ' ' Wong, cf-if. ...4
(lift tnll.ii.,,1 ,f wlmlAVnl. Wn,. ftin..' Ln Satlg, 11) 4
...... . . .. ' I V.7 i K. Y. Chlng, If.
WitO, UU lUll tUIMllil IBUI1 Ul UIU lUH-.ry A i till Cf
uiiiK quuuiies ui uiu uum cuiuu uu
Coming In to the hnrbor at about
I In the afternoon the fast vacht Kn-
Inelititnpli.i rut nrrnss lnls nnil tilokpd I Maesaka, If,
mi innulrini-nlili- nn Iho llnw.ill Tlio ' FllkUlllUia, rf.
ii .1. tj. ...I . i Kualll, cf.
unllrt.a rn ihn Unni n ft n.llllMn , r. '
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taken chance In a race. C. K. Lcw-i pickard, lb 4-
Is was sailing the Kam. J J, FlOre's, p !2
As soon as the newspapermen nnd ' J. Nottey, 2b 3
a couple of passengers were taken J. Ross, 3b 3
off, nnd other personnges picked up, I Sucnnga, ss 3
the Hawaii started on her cruise to
Luhalna. All wont well, It Is said,
until the rolling sen off Diamond
Head was reached, when all' hands
on the good ship, from captain to
coo!;, became suddenly 111 from tho
effects of bomethlng they had eaten
...34 3 0 11 24 12
All R 111! SI) O
C. A. C.
12 3 4 5
Runs. 2 0 0 0 0
11. H 2 0 0 11
12 3 4 5
Runs 10 0 17
8 10 27 9 5
v.. i" . ii ...... .... ' U. H 0 0015
.... aim., k .. m . u -.liu.liu. j,ases Uallg-Off J0 1.0 5
Struck Out By Jno, Lo 5, Flores 4.
Sacrifice Hits Knlpo. '
Twobaso Hits Notloy, Rosb, K. Y.
Three-base Hit Plckard.
Double Plays Asum to En Sang
A) nu to nn Sang, Jno. Lo to Ku Sang
to C. Dill, Macsaka to Haiti,
Passed Hall Kalpo 1.
Time of game 1 lir. 30 mln.
Umpire Harney Joy.
Tho Hawaii started homo at 1:15
p. in. jesterday and arrived here
shortly after 9 last night.
Sonny Gay's bay pony Sunrise de
tented Wllllo Hockley's Lnnluma Sat
urday afternoon at Knplolanl Purls,
In a quarter-mllo match incc. In
,0:20 1-4, with n wlilto boy up on I
Lanlumn and the owner riding tho
v, Inner. I
:: n I
I There are now a dozen horses nt '
tliu Hllo tiack, Rotting Into form for!
the Fourth of July races to bo hold
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May 10 NoWBpaper Uaseball
League season opens.
May 13 Invitation tourney, llere
tanla Tennis Club.
May 17 Walalua C-olf Club tour
. Juno 4 Y. M. C. A. gymnasium a McShano, If. ..3
,C0testB- - ' III. English, p. ...5
I June 10 Hawaiian Oun Club's V. Aynu. sr, 6
shoot for club championship, I A. Aknna, 3b-2b ,,G
June II Hawaiian (Jim Club's
semi-annual prize shoot,
Juno 17 Hawaiian Gun Club's un
Known angles shoot.
1 0 3
1 0 0
M. Frcjlas, 3b. ..V
JK. Smith, b It. ..2
Uloopll, cf-rf 5
C, ,Mnkanul oil). 5
S. Parker, ss.
Medelros, p. , ,
F. Akl. If. . ...
van Glesen.'rf. ,
Duller, c, . . . , .
42 10 11 3 33
AD II 1III SlI O
G, Townscnd. lb., 5
S. Kala, 2b-3b. ..5
II. Ilrlto, c 5
F. L. Aknna, cf. .,5
F. Zerbo, if. ..,,5
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Struck Out l)y .McCantHobs 2; Me
delros 17, English 4.
Innings Pitched McCandless 2, Mo
Sacrliico Hits Chllllngwoith, I Me
Two-haso Hits Smith, Hoop!I 2,
Makanul 2, Ilrlto, F. L. Aknna.
(Thrce-baso Ilt-M. II. Fieltas.
Double Plajs Kala to Akana.
Passed Dulls Ilrlto 3. ,
Time of game 2 hrs, 15 mln.
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will open on Monday oonlng on Hus
tnco street, next to tho ice works.
The object of tho club Is to encour
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