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V EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOOKE
Jewels Lead The
League; Saints Win
Thi' Bnlnts nnd the Diamond scored nnco In the seventh, nftor
I lea d erc the winners In the I) Ik which they aim slumped, nnd could
league gnincB Saturday, Ihc former nut maKo up the tally nctossary to
winning busily from the Kams by glvo them 11 chntico ut the Knme.
batting nil that Iteuter tiffercd, audi Thu storing of the Diamond Heads
the latter winning from thu rutin in mny he counted tip to the wire pine
u cloao guinc, well phoed nil through, Ing uf the men In the batting order,
by a score of 3 to 1. Tho score of
14-2 In Iho first game, of tho after
noon tells tho tulo of the slaughter.
Iteuter, though undoubtedly one
of the best pitchers in Honolulu, Is
Inclined to bo erratic, and onu of ills
off-da) s was certainly on Saturday.
Hvcrjbody hit In tho first Inning, er
rors were made, nnd live men came
ucioss the pan, on tho Btlck-work as
well as tho numerous errors which
were tallied up against tho Kams'
infield. Thrco runs wcro shot across
In the next, and two In tho next Inn
lug, when Iteuter seemed to get
warmed to the work, and shut tho
scoring off for a while.
The losers scored one In the first
and one In the fourth inning.
Toward tho last, tho Saints began
to conic across the pan ugaln, nnd
mndo four moro runs in thu seventh
There Is little denying, however,
that Iteuter had the poorer suijport, 1
as tho disparity In lilts, which Blood
11 to 14, was not enough to account
for tho great uncvenncss of tho
jcorc. The Saints seemed to lilt at
tno oppoitunu moment, however, thu
gicni dependence or. me team in tno enneu inu oesi snorisiop in iqwn. 110
uwnttlug depal tuieut being Harney was covering second most of tho time
Joy, who; as back In his old form') as well us Ills own position, and scor
wltli tho wjHow, and hit safely every led n number of pretty put-outs, somo
time ho hnd u try ut bat, rhost of tho of which were not allowed by the um
time clouting .lio hall right over thojplro, however. Though Ilowers tins
kestonu stack. In fact, Harney was. usually a great eye, there teemed I to
the candy kid. and would have setjbo n.sentlmqnt Saturday that h6''wna'
inu nmiiu pari; on lire wuu nis nru
llancy hnd he hotunfortunntely been
a little stiff In the pins, from tho
effect of hard work ot the opening of
tho season. Hut, ns it was, he hit
the horsehlde right on tlic'polnt anil
redeemed .jitmseir like n hero.
Who Played the Game
l.'n Sue mid U. limns of tho win
ners divided honors evenly in tho
bnse-iunnlng department, us each
crossed tho fateful pan three times.
Soares scored two runs, and Harney
Joy, In splto of his lameness, crossed
over twice. Hums, in bundling tho oterthrqw ot Hampton to first prl
(.tick, covered himself with glory and marlly, in the last half of the eighth,
allowed that ho was there to earn all when .OInios took third on It, and 11
the runs he was malting. He hit the : grounder from Fernandez to shot t let
bull four times out ot four tricks at iliUi home,
bat, which wns ns well ub Unrney ;01nioa distinguished himself, also.
did, except that Ilnins hnd once the
fewer times in which to distinguish
Jim Williams was there with the
in 1 1 ut second base. He scored six
put-outs In the keystono position, and'
that Is going home. A good ninny ot
them were on assists from Soares,
who was also on the game.
Not nn error was scored up
against the Saints, which in some
manner uccounts for tho fnct thai
tho losers scored two runs only.
Johnnie Williams pitched a heady
game, though he was hit freely. He
did not go to pieces, nnd n number
of times pitched out of quite a -hole,
when the Kams seemed nlmost sure
to score, notably once after Iteuter
feccurcd n 3-bngger at the first of tho
inning, nnd then could not score.
Joy and Iteuter divided honors in
the long-hit department, each with a
Kvery man on tho Kam side except
I.ota hit at least onco. Lemon drew
a 2-bnggcr, which was the most WIN
llnnm wan hit for. Linou, Naeole.
and Knllmapehu were euch strong
enough with the Btlck to get two
lilts. Lemon nnd Kuhlna pulled oft
tho only double piny of the gume.
Fiom nil this. It will be seen that
Lemon was on the game nil of the
Something of the score may ho un
derstood when one notices tho num
ber of crrots which tho Bcorer had to
placo ngiilnst the losers. Kama
dropped thrco out of four chancci
fqr nv 'pu'tmtfiaiul others; mado some
bad breaks. ' j
Reutor, though ho was pounded
for fourteen lilts, walke'd only ono
man, ngulpst three Jor Williams, and!
mndo 11 gamo losing fight. He bat
ted good, working hard to have his
Tho becond game was quite a dif
ferent tale. Tho winners, who now
lead the league, were the Diamond
Heads. Thoy were not tho favorite
In somo of the betting which precod-
ed tho g.imo, but thoy certainly
showed up In great shapo when Ml 1
came to tho playing. Thoy made
their winning runs In the first lnn-
lug, after which thoy did not seem
ublo to mako much heailwuy over
IJninpton atias support, Tho I'uns,
which sneaks well for Fernandez' 1
ability as a field captain. After 01-
nios hud been thrown out by tho wily
Hampton, both Fernandez nnd Kvvrs
hit, the latter making Ills offering a
pretty bunt which took a slow trip
toward first sack, and which wns
beaten out only by the little short
stop's ability In getting nway from
the bat. Then both made n sneak
along to thu next sack, and I nil a hit
wife, Hoogs fumbled In lidding tho
ball, and tho two men crossed over
Hampton made tho ono run for his
own side, walking, stealing, nnd go
ing to third 011 Kla's hit, after
which a lucky placing of tho ball
made it Impossible to catch him lit
time at the homo plntc, nnd ho enino
over on a fielder's choice. Chilling
Worth must feel yet tho liner which
Hoogs tent him.
Evcrs and Kla, outside of the men
In the batteries, wcio the bright par
ticulnr stars of tho occasion, as
Jack's beautiful work In tho center
gurdcu called forth admiration, and
Evors plu)od a great game nt short.
which amply proved his right to bejjno. Williams, p.C
oft an these decisions, as livers 'apv
pea red to have slapped the ball on
the runners well In time. ' ' ' "
Tho first time tho crowd Wiiked up
was In the first halt ot tho "sixth,
when H.tDeshji tried a steal, nnd'U.i
vls pegged tho ball down to second
nicely, to Kvers, who seemed Xo have
nil the best of the 1 miner In the play
nt the ,sack. Dowers called it Bate,
but some of those in the crowd tooln
the liberty of disagreeing.
Tho .scoring of the third run by
the Dlauipnd Heads was through the
hyUlcklng ono'bft the left-field fenco
wh'on It seemed long enough to be a
B.ife one. V
Kor,,who was Immensely popular
all through, caught tho fly which
ended the game, amid cries of "Kv-rle-e-e-es"
from the blcuchcrB.
Cltlllingworth pitched a nice,
heady game, und Davis throw 'em to
second In goodhape.
Hampton was a good part ot the
I'uns' team. He has speed and
curve, nnd Is probably' nearer the
professional ball-player than any
man In a uniform thnts enr, both In
tho box nnd at bat. Lyman, at the
receiving end, played a good ganir,
though ho was not up to his usual
batting form. He has a nice wing
for tho throwing to becond.
The losers had two errors against
tut w u H tut it .: :: a u n t: u u I
Hay 18 Baseball, Kams vs. Pu-
naliou. jutmenamena grounds; in
May 18 Baseball, Aliiolani vs.
May 19 Finals, Ilcretaula Tennis
CIuIi'h Invitation tournament.
Ma 19 Meeting Japanese lias
May "'20 Kaplolanl Ilasebull
Muy ' 23rr)lasebull, I'uns vs. St.
Louts; Kams vs. Diamond Heads,
May 23 Match race. Shamrock vs.
Duke'. one-hult;julle. ? ' ,jr
May J23 Knmehameha
Association minstrel sho,
Mayi24 Oolf, Country Club's bo
June 4 Y, M. C. A. gymnasium
June 10 Hawaiian dun Club's
Juno 11 Kumehnmcha Aquatic
Uhoot for club chamnlonshln.
June 11 Hawaiian dun XJIub's
sniul-annua) prize shoot.
June J7 Hawaiian Gun Club's un
known angles shoot.
July 20, 21, 22 Konnol Club
July 3-4 Hllo races.
Ju y 4 Mau races,
Saints, 14; Kams, 2.
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' Paradise, 8; Bulletins, 5.
Mercantiles, 22; Stars, 12.
l AALA PARK:
' Palamas. 11; Alohas, 0.
Kaalas, 7; 0. A. C, 0.
H KArlOLAWI L&AQUE:
Hylands, 17: Leahis, 4.
Twilights, 8; Reliance, 7.
Starlines, 27; C-kuwas, 8.
Pacifies. 12: S. Violets. 11.
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thrco for the winners, so that sup
ports were nearly tho same. As It
happened, however, tho errors of tho
I'uus wcro the moro costly.
The noticeable point about most of
the batting In both games was tho
small amount of sacrifice work dona,
thu men nil trying to kill the ball in
btcad of playing to advance tho man
The crowd was fair, nnd Jack
Dolu not unusually noisy.
Anns 1 a 1:
Kn Sue, if 4 3 1 1 1 0 0
Ilushncll, 3b ...5 1 1 0 0 1 0
J. Williams, 2b..G 1 1 1 0 2 u
Joy, rf C 2 0 1 1 0 0
Alett, cf 5 0 0 1 1 0 0
Jno. Williams, p.C 10 10 10
A. Williams, ss..6 1 0 1 2 4 0
Soared, b ,. 4 2 1 1 8 3 0
O. limns, lb 4 3 4' 1 8 0 0
Totals 42,14 13 8 27 11 0
St. Louis elected not to. bat 'in
" 1 A H I) S I' A K
Mackenzie. If ...C ,9 1 0 2 0 0
Lemon, ct ,4 1 2 ,'0 2 2 1
Miller,- 3b-2b ...4 0 1 0 0 4 1
Lota, rf-3b ,....2 0 0 0 0 0 1
Iteuter, p 4 1100 20
Naeole, ss 4 0 2 0 2 1 3
Kuhlna, lb 4010910
Kallrmipehu, c... 4020230
Kama, 2b-rt 3 0 10 10 3
Totals 34 2 11 0 24 13 9
'Huns and hits by Innings:
St. Louis 6 S 2 0 00 1 3 14
II. II 23311112 14
Hums. . 1.0 0 10 0 0 0 0
. II. II. ,
a n 11
rf 3 0 1
4 0 0
J, Desha, ss 4 0
Hoogs, 2b .
Henderson, 3b , .2
Totals 29 1 4 2 24 11 1
A H U S
Olmos. It 4 1 0
B. Fernundcz, lb. 4 1 1
Kvers, ss 3 1 1
Louis, rf 4 0 1
Davis, c 3 0 0
W. Chlllw'thT p.. 3 0 0
Cnstcllo, 2b ....2 0 1
S. Cblllw'th, 3b. 3 0 0
J. Fernandez, cf.3 0 0
Totals ......29 3 4 4 27 13 3
".una und hits by Innings:
12 3 4 5 0 7 8 9
Puns ,00000010 0
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CAMIIRIDOF:, 'Mass,, May 10.
At the Intercollegiate. Field Meat the
score stood: Ynle, CO; Hurvard,'' 43;
Corno I, 80; Princeton, 37, '
SI III wood Monti, the finn hull' ler.
rlcr bltcjfjfef the Kallhl-kenneln, had
a number of relatives us wlnnors In
the recent" Sun Francisco bench show,
tl n It
It was the Jewels' day at home
Saturday. A "il(-and-run" game
wub tho order of the day, and per
hups won the game for them.
The Stat lines nnd Pacifies, were
tuu winners In the Seaside League
H'Sterdny. Okuwas and Sweet Via
lets lost; 27-8 and U'-ll.
tt a 11
Jimmy Spencor, the local Oracco
Homnn wrestler, Is desirous of got-jt!nf,,"n,rFS,'RJ,rJilWt,W?J5.
"Hawaii's" Cruise Shows
"She needs about six tons ot bal
last taken out." dipt, lllutow.
"I would mako thnt thrco tons and
n quarter." Capt. Harry Cobb.
"Sho Is n dry ship." Capt. Thurs
ton. "I hare discharged my freight bo'-
ornl times. You may do n you plcn.
t.rtlli tlw. Knit "lot In. ilf.ti U.1P 111"
it i r . iLj.
shin.' Cant. llcJmtit.v.
slilp.' Capt, HcJnmny
Ctilllnn Iiah tlfll1ii,t-u M fn 111 I'll f
0I1I1V1 lli-l ,liiuu. wl" '
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'dhe' needs to h.ivo her sails re -
Bet."-Cpt. Scott tol tho Kimieha-
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"Fly tho flshoimatrs stnys I,
p . , 1. .1
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"All hands below for ballast. --
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"She doesn't ecchi to go very fast '
"Which captain is In charge
nowj"Threo ublo scnincii.
"W-a-a-l, sho'B a pretty good boat
If wo have a decent wind. Sho')l I got
thoro'nll rlBl.t."-Comm..V UP-
. . '' . . . ,. .
Tho forcgorn ,1 tbo.it sizes up tl
expert opinion of tho yacht Hawaii
lit for tho Trnns-I'iicillc ltace, n
tho future nicer demonstrated her
capacity In tho first cuilso of tho sea
son for the Hawaii Yacht Club. Shoj
Is a good yacht and sho needs tun-
Ing up. And nftcr that jho needs n ,ornnB uy BCro of 4 tn 1 Thl,
good'stlff brcczo tp get full value out I1P.IU, W118 foows: llullotliis
of nL'r. . ' I Antonu Mendnce. c; Philips, pi Jno
Thrco yachts loft tho harbor Sat- (InlllC!ii lb. j, 0,ncS 2i,. j. jk,.
urday afternoon for tho run to Wn.- ,ioiicc, :ili; John (lomw, bs; Mnnuel
munalo bay, in tho vicinity of Wnla-, Aulnc,In( r,. jmm0 domes, If; Ma
mie. Charles T. Wilder was In mie, SuZ0( cf stnrlBlU IHm
chargo of tho Hawaii. The other lce Q. Vi!tcriit ,,. Lco KcCp U). Tom
craft were tho Kamchamclm an'd the K(,c ,,. UtlB Tlll 3,,. Kll, Voo,
G,!ulJ"'' I ss: Lavo Look, rf ; Wing Kco. If; .
The Hawaii did not show up ns n ye0 j0Vj cf
wonder, but thcio nro to many ob- ' ' j; jj :
vlous things to bo done to got her' Ti10 Aia Ai (j, will have n Itiau ot
into Orst-class trim so that sho may Xotloy hull next Sntunlay, when the
.really bo said to be In condition, member will bo nddrcssed by Dr. K.
that there was no occasion tor the
first cruise to cattso the backers of
tho yacht any serious worry,
Tho Kamehamchn walked nway
from the Hawaii Saturday afternoon
nnd repented tho doso Sunday fore-
noon on tho leturn trip. At one
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Some lines 50,
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of "Tuning Up"
llmo. when ofT ilnrhrr'H i'oliil Sunday
forenoon, a good stiff breeze was
blowing, 11 ml then only did the tin
wall hold her own with tho Kamclia
Notwithstanding this poor show
ing e.uly in tho crulMi, tho Hawaii
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I ii iiviiiinil lininniicnln jltitiir llin 1 11 1
' I'tlll, Ui MUIIUUJ HIIUHIWUH, ilVM
niter a crulso of twimty nines to se.i
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l In Hcaich of wind and (o try tins
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1 P441I0 tllU JUtllL nvi'llirt H 1 CBIHJI1UW'
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nra alii 11st luxiirloiiH nnd sho Is
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, very stonily. There went oif.islonnl
llftoou-mlnttto pcilods during tho
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.Salurd.iy mid Sunday cru so when
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I IIV J lit. lit UN IU1UI Cll W 1 1 II it III UUU
i l.irfiu enough to furntbh a teat of
11 lin t til us in I it li lift In 1 1t 1 if Id.l
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t lli TT fi 111 (ill 11 til 11)1 is " 11 !. nil It n diici l
mo wUl n ihort ()t ft
hurricane. Aftor tlic-ynclit Is sailed
1. little and the weak points of sail
balallclnls ,,.,, ,, tabIcH w,
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there In no doubting tho fact thnt
the Knniehnmchn Is a fast boat,
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Tho llullotin Juniors defeated th
Stnrllchta nt A11I11 Park veftterilnv
jg jj jj
I Tho manager of the Tidal Wiivim
requests nil signed pluycis to bo out
Tuesday ufternoon to pinctlco.
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