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PL' . S 'HL1 EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II , MONDAY, MAY 11, 1908, .. ,
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Fast Baseball Put
By Big League
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PunulmUH . j 2
Bt. Louis -. . 2
Tlio rusultH of the games jilajcJ pn
Saturday In tlio big lenguo wcro
nguln lu fuor of tlio Diamond Heads
and I'unulioiib, Increasing their lead
and lcalng them c.ich with nn aer
ttgo of 1000. The games were good
and closely pl.ied and a great Im
irociuetit nil round over tliosu of
the iirvcidlng week. Tho crowds con
tlutio to lio fktt tliuu such good base
bill should draw, but tlio tilnjerii are
lonilng ip on the glnget, and, as the
Iniins niu pi t-j I uk so closely now,
then Is little telling what will hap
pen when they gut Into their pace for
The first game, as reported In full
In the SUtuday babcball edition of
the II u I 1 0 1 1 11 , resulted In a score
of 2 to 1 In fawir of the l'unahous
after n ery closely and consistently
phi ed game, which was filled with
tho tensest Interest for the crowd.
'I he second gnmo was plujed In tho
cimo fashion after the first Inning,
ulien the Diamond Heads, through n
bunch of errors on. the pail of the
Saints, got In their three runs. Kioln
that time, neither side could send a
man across the pan
At the end of the first Inning, Har
ney Joy, who was holding down first
for the last i car's champions, was
Ilea id to remark, so audibly that It
was plalnl to be heard in the
bleichdrs, that tho team was 1
"bunch of bone-heads," In which re
murk he did not say whether he In
cluded himself or not. However, In
jpllc of the opinion of llarncj, tho
teams put up good ball, and are hit
ting up a stride which promises great
things ns the beaaon goes on.
Runs and hits by Innings:
Kums 0 0000010 0 1
I) II 00101000 0 2
I'uns .'i.20000000 2
H. II 3 0 0 0 0 0 10' 'i
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Runs mid lilts by Innings:
D Heads 30000000 0 3
H II 1 1 1 1 000 1 1 G
St. Louis ,0 0000000 0 0
II. II 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 2-- R
mm for m mm
In order to expedite work nt Pearl
Harbor, tlio Ooernincnt Is to hao n
ecow built for tho run, to carry ma
terials for the construction In progress
there. Tho vessel Is to be built at a
cost of something over $2000, Illds
as opened this morning varied from
$2018 to $3300. Tho bids, opened at
the omen of U. S, Engineer Capt. Ot
well, woio as follows: Lucas Bros.
i John Lucas, 12222; John Ouder
kirk, J2727; Johu A. Hughes, $2048,
Sorciison & L!c, $3300.
Illds were also opened for hauling
of cement for the work ut Diamond
Head, which jvero: Hustuce, l'cck &
Co, 1714 cents per lurrel, A. A. Wil
son, 24 V4 cents per barrel; Percy M.
I'ond, 18 15 lli cents pel barrel, and
the Hawnllun Construction Compnii)
28'i centB per burrel.
A lapancbo whnto Identity Is not
known, wus hurt this ufternooii while
lie was riding u blcjclo down tho Mu
noa hill. He apparently, lost control
of his wheel and as he wns trjlng to
turn the, corner Into Hastings street
his blcjclo collided with tho curb,
eniashlng'the wheel and sending tho
ilder lllng forwnul. Ho was uncon
scions when he was picked up Tho
police took him to the Queen's Hos
pital At 3 p in nothing could he
learned about his condition as he had
not regained consciousness
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It Is rtimorcM that tho American Ha
waiian Steamship Company will make
a cut In passenger rates between tills
point and San Frunclsco, bringing
them down to $G5 for tlio trip one wuj,
and $110 for the lound trip, but It Is
stated In the local ofllco that no noti
fication of such n cut has been re
ceived, nnd that the only passongui
tun lug boat Ahlch will go out for
home time canning passengers fiom
thh, port now has her accommodations
full. Unless tho now boats aro fitted
up In carrj pisbeiigeis, It Is said to
ho piob.iblu that none will bo can led
.by this compiny for somo time to
SHp-'Tor S:':" cards at Bulletin.
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EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOORE
Punahous, 2; Kams, 1. 8
D. Heads, 3; St, Louis, 0. "
8 PRESS LEAGUE: . 8
8 Advertisers, 17; Stars, 3. 8
Mercan tiles, 16; Bulletins, 3. 8
RIVERSIDE LEAGUE: 8
8 C. A. C. 2: Ch. Alohas. 1. 8
8 Palatum 0; Nlnnnnt. 3 8
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8 KAPI0LANI LEAGUE: 8
8 .Reliance. 17: Y. T. W. 7. 8
Twilights, 17; Highlands, 15. 8
,8 SEASIDE LEAGUEf 8
starlights, 18; S. Violets, 14. 8
Pacifies, 21; Starlines, 14. 8
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(Special llulletln Wireless)
HILO, Hawaii, May 11. Follow
ing are the results of the baseball
games placd by the Hllo Lengue on
, Mooheau 1, Hllo 0.
Nanlwa 3, It. A. C. 0.
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8 WAILUKU, Mnul, May 11. a
tTThe results of tho Sunday games a
8 of the Maui Haseball League' a
8 rollow: a
8 Healanl 9, Knhulul 8.
8- ttulkupii 7, Morning Stars 2, a
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Jack Kla, in the center gardon for
tile Puns, is there with tho big mlt.
Ho puts up thoi prettiest fielding
game of h'n man on any of tho
teams, according to the present show
ing. ' 0Lr a a a ,
Tlie meri1 do not seem to bo able to
hit the ball' oil the carpet. Thero arc
bonio hard1 ones hit on the nose, but
the fall Into the basket.
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As expected, the addition of 1)111
Chlillngworth mado the Diamond
Heads noticeably stronger.
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When If cdmes tor pitching, what is
the matter with 1)111 Chlillngworth?
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Humatiku Is tho candy catcher. Ho
gets at tho ball before the hatter.
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Bert Dower's olco Is In good con
A game of baseball plajed j eater
da) on Quarantine Island between
the nines of the U. S. S. Iroquois and
the Quarantine Station, was won by
tho former by tho score of 18 to S.
Thero will be another game between
tht so teams next J3unday.
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Duke Spencer, Jj ., ridden by Oplo
plo, won Iri althrW-elghths match
race at Kaplolan'l Park Saturday a't
crnbon from Shamrock, ridden by
Henry Lewis, in 39 seconds, coming
In a length and a half to tho-good.
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Jockey G. II, Willis, who arrived
from the Coast on tho Nevadan Sat
urday, is one of the good ones on tho
fillies, and has an eight-) cur record,
though he Is now but 20 years old,
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Somo of tho fourteen horses
brought down on tho Nebrnskan ar
ilvlug Saturday afternoon from the
Coast, by Charles David, look us If
the) should make good polo ponies.
W, C. Tnylor wants to fight Cor
poral Dlrd of Fort Shatter at 128 to
133 pounds ringside. That Is a pret
ty safo offer, as Bird fights ni much
below that weight.
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L. d,. Kellogg, tho pineapple man,
was an athlete of great ability when
a young man.
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Mily 13 Invitation tounvey, Here
tanlu Tennis Club.
May 17 Waialua Golf Club tour
nament. June 4 Y. M. C. A. gymnasium
June 10, Hawaiian Gun Club's
shoot for club champonifilp.
Juno 11 lluwnllan Gun Club's
snmi-annual prize sh'oot.
Juno 17 Hawaiian Gun Club's un
known angles shoot. v
imy d-i nuo races. .,
July 4 Maul races.
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Seore of 2 to 1 In Nice
Game At Aala Park
P. W. L. Pet.
Knulau 2 2 0 1000
Palamas 2 1 1 GOO
C. A. Of.'. 2 1 1 "600
j Chinese Aohas .... 3 1 2 333
Japanese A. C 3 1 2 33J
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RIVSDB Chinese Mix 1-2 11
There was something doing at Aa
la Park jesterday, when the Chinese
teams of the Riverside League mixed
it tor twehe Innings before they An
ally settled the thing by a score of
2 to 1, In favor ot the Chinese Ath
letics. It was doped out beforehand
ns a great contest, but none ot the
prophets, expected quite as good ball
ns wns actually played.
The scoring of tho winners was
done In the fifth and twelfth Innings
and the lone run of the losers was
mado by Drlto In the seventh. As
might be expected by all this, tho
Chinese boys proved themselves ad
epts at the great American game.
Tho scoring in the fifth was doue
by a combination of a hit by ,Hong
Chang, a stolen base, and a two-bagger
by Mon Yin, which brought
Chang oer the pan amid rabid joy
from the Athletics' supporters.
In the seventh, tho Alohas scored
on u combination of two errors and
An error followed by a two-bagger
(cored the 0. A. C. In the twelfth, and
the game wbb over.
In tho second game the Palanms
won from the Nlppous by a score ol
9 to 3. x
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C. A. C:
A It I) S I' A E
Sing Chong, bs..,7 0 10 2 8 2
W, Ayau, cf . . . . 4 6 0 0 2 0 1
Jno. 1-6, 2b 5 0 1 0 C 2 1
Chi lJul, c S 0 3 0 9 0 0
C. Aklna, p. ...4 0 0 0 1 2 0
H. Chaclc, rf ...G 1 2 1 1 1 0
En Sang, lb ...G 0 0 1 12 0 1
Mon Yin, If. ...3 1 1 0 1 1 0
A. Asam, 3b.,..G 0 0 0 3 3 1
.43 2 8 2 36 18 6
A K 11 8 P A K
Wakltn, cf 2 0 0 0 1 1 0
F. L. Akuna, cf.3 0,1 1 1 0 0
II. English, If ...4 0.0 1 0 0 0
V. Ajau, ss ...J o(j 0 G 6 0
A. Alcana, 3b ...6 0 3 0 G 4 1
Townsend, lb . .5 0 0 0 16 0 0
S. K. kala, 2b... 'G 0 1 0 0 2 0
II. Drlto, c 6 1 1 1 8 2 0
L. McShane, p. ..5000020
J. Wong, jt...,2 0 0 0 0 0 0
F, Zerbc, rf 3" 0 1 0 1 7 n
'.U 1 7 3 36 18 1
Huns, and hits by innings:
1 2 3 4 GO 7 8 9 10 11 12
C.A.pv ..0 0 00 lOOO'O 0 0 1-2
II H. . . 1 0 0 0'2 0 1 0 1 1 1 18
Alohas ..0 00 0 0 pi 0 0 0 0 01
M.H. ..QZOOOlill 0 1 07
SUMMARY. Dase on balls: OK
McShane, 6; Aklna, 5, Struck out:
Dy McShane, 7; Aklna, 6, Two-base
hits,: A, Akana, Sing Chong, Chi Dul,
II. Clinch, Mon Yin. Double pla)s:
Sing Cliong-En Sang-Asam, Sing
Chong-Jno Lo-En Sang. Wild pitch:
McShane, 1, Passed balls: Chi Dul,
Drlto, 1,- Time of game: 2h. 2m.
Umpire: John Aylett.
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A U D S P A E
Dalley, ss 6 1 0 1 2 1 1
D. Kealohrf, 3b..G332110
H. -Walker, ,cf ,.G 1 2 3 1 0 (I
W. EsplndaJ.p ,G 0 1 0 3 2 0
KahiuWlnuJ, If .,3101000
H..crbe, rf ..'..4 0 0 0 0 0 0
Honan, 3b ......4 110 14 1
M.Jcdrrea. lb ..G 1 2 1 13 2 0
'J. Clement, C...G102620
Totals 42 9 9 10 27 12 2
j f 'A1l ttK S O A K
Maesaka, ,lf . . .,4 ,0, 0 0 1 0 0
L. Punu.-'rf V. 4 0 0 0 0 10
Kuaill, cf 4 1 0 0 3 1 0
D. Kalpo, c ...,3 0 0 0 10 2 0
Flores, p 4 1 3 2 1 1 2
J. N'otloy, 2b, .,31 11312
J. Ross, 3b. ...4 0 103 2 1
M. Sucnagu, ss,. 4010113
Totals H 3 7 3 27 9 8
Runs and hits by Innings:
1 2 3 4 567 8 9
Palamas . ...1,00140220 0
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BOW YALE WON
NEW HAVEN, Conn , May 9. Yalo defeated Princeton In the field
meet with n score of 72 points to 31. Princeton pioved to be weak in
the Bprlntlng events nnd nt the hill dies.
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SUMMARY, Ilasei on balls: Oft
Flores, G; Esplnda, 2. Struck out:
Dy Flores, 8; Esplnda, G. Sncrlllcu
hit; Maesaka. Two-baso hits: Ko-
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3 jnloha, 2: Esplnda, Correa. Doublo
. play: Kuaill to Notley. Passed balls:
lCalpo, 4: Clement, 1. Time of game:
ii,, 30m. Umplro: John Aylett.
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