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RVT.XJNO nULI.HTlN. HONOLULU, T H . TUESDAY, MAY 2C, 1003.
Just armed a nice line of Mac
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clubs, end n most complete assort
ment of Caddy Bags, Balls, Tees,
Gloc3, and everything needed by the
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mest of which arc s.mply Boiled beans except on the
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refute when you clean up your tide
walk, Call up the department when
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EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOORE
Bower Writes To Get
Straight of Play
Speculation Ih still rife iivcr tint
lla IM. rormiiHlcz made on tlu
lino between home and first. Hcrt
Dowers liases his decision that a run
ner may tin n nml mnko for home ami
tlicu return toward first on the fact
that there Is no rule ygnlnst It. lUft
lie Is writing to tin umpire of tlia
dig league In the Hast to Kettle tho
question finally. ""
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KAAHUMANUS SWAMP MILLS
Again tho" KuiiliumunuH win. Tilts
Jlmo Milts Institute team marched
to Oofc.it, In the third game of the
Junior Intercollegiate Hascball
The score by Innings:
1234 !i 6789
Knahumanu . ,r :: 1! 2 0 u 2 1 1 15
Mills 0 0 0 0 1 t 0 0 0 '
Knahumanu Ah Tnti, Arthur
Wong, J. Ajlett, S. Anal, S. Kah.ila
wal, A. Asntn, II. Llshm.in, 13. Lish
lnan, It. Ciowcll.
Mills Institute Chun In, Young
Nap, Loo Aknu, I3n Iul,,i;n Sing,
T. Nakamura, Chun l'ul, Poo Knu,
Wong On. ,
Umpire W. Whitney.
Scoiei Harold C. Wong.
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AMERICAN CAR BLOCKED
Km win foih
NIKOLSK, Slbeila, May 2r.. Tho
American cm In the New York-to-l'uils
race was coufionted b an im
passable swamp and returned here,
ti ff S
llernnid KelcKnllo lctuincd fioin
WalKane jesterdaj. He slid that
WulUnno Is ciazy over baseball.
President Atkinson has assured
his suppoit to sccuro blecchcis for
tho lurk. They me needed.
a a a
Knalll plncd his usual star gamo
for tho Nlppons.
Oahu Throws Away Game
At a Score Of
The Knms won the fourth game of
their series from the l'uns jesterdny
afternoon, bv a score of 7 to (5. Last
week's game made tnem winners of
tho. whole schedule, of five games, us
they took three stialght, but jester
day's match was plajed in accord
ance with an agreement to maUo the
series run at least four games
Oahu came up strong at llrst, but
IntcF ttuow the game away. Ijven
so, they fnlledyb) a nnrrow margin
to tie the score in tho ninth round.
Tho game for the Knms was ended
b tjie jiettlost pla of the day,
when Nneole hit to deep right field,
Ttrwnsend throw It In to Lowioy, who
snapped It over to Hooks In time to
pinch tho l miner on third.
Tho scoilng began in the second,
when Oahu made two runs on a sin
gle uj Lowrcy followed by a three
bagger iij Lldgato. The score was
jammed up to 5 in the third, on sin
gles by W. Desha, Lyman, and Lid
gate, and Lowro's two-bise hit.
In the fourth, the Kams began
their oik, getting one, and the Kill
ing came In tho sixth, when tho
Kams scored four on a two-bagger
by Nnolc, a three-bagger by llur
luy, and aluccesslon of 6rrors. Puns
crossed tho tan once, through singles
by Ljman and Hoogs. Mnlaka sin
gled in tho 7th, and criors let in
The erroi-.ind-hit .proposition was
In fuoi of the losers, Oahu liming
H eriors and 11 lilts against S cirors
and S hits for tho Kams.
Puns Wi De&hn,! cf; C. Ljmnn,
2b-p; S. Dodge, cf; A. Lowrcy, ks;
Chi Ilul, c; W. Lldgato, lb-c; C.
Flores Is Best With
Tie Willow At
Doici leads the Ithersldo League
In batting, with the gia.it nver.igo
of .000. He has it closo second, In
Hots, also of the Japanese A. C. And
another slabster comes third, in Cor
lea of the I Pal Unas. Twenty men
fare butting over SCO. That is going
Tollowlng are the men who hnvo
nil in un oo games or wore, wiiii
: " B S
: : : ff?I
1 flores J 1C284 0.SU0
2 ROss J 16 2 7 3 1 .43S
3 Corrca -. P 14 4 G 3 0 .429
4 N'otjey .-J 14 4 C 2 0 .429
C Mnkanul K 14 2 G 3 0 .423
GAkuha A 20 1 8 3 0 .4'J0
7 Hoopli K 19 2 7 10 .368
8 Walker P 17 3 6 60.353
9 C. Ilul C 17 1 6 1 0.353
10 Plckard J 18 3 6 2 0 .333
llKonlohn P 17 GB 4 0.291
12 Kioltas . ... ...K 21 6 6 1 0 .286
13 Ilallcy P 19 2 S 4 0 .263
14 Clement P 16 4 4 6 1 .250
IB Hoiian P 1G I 4 3 1 ,2C0
16 Chllllngworth . .P 16 4 4 2 1 .250
17 II. Parker K 10 4 4 0 1 .250
18 Kualll J 124 330.250
15 Ilrlto A 16 34 6 1 .250
20 Ilutler K 16 14 10.250
21 Smith K 13 4 3 2-2.231
n :: n :: xt tt it :t :
Akinn, p-2b; W. Hoogs, 3b; D.
Kams Mackenzie, If; Josla, 3b;
N'aeole, ss; Lota, p; Mnlaka, rf; Aka
na, cf; Murray, lb; Ordonstoln, 2b;
Scoie li Innings:
Oahu 02300100 06
Kams 00010420 07
WINS TWO EVENTS
xik AiBsei tl&t again uemonsiraies inai n is tne car oi moaeraie cosi wiin mat oupc- j-
rior Running Efficiency which is generally attributed only to Extravagantly Priced Machines. Hp
luuw inia xjuuiiviaaia:
LOS 'ANOELES, Calif., Feb. 89th, 1908.
Kissel Motor Car Co, Hartford, Wis.
In Pasadena-Altona hill climb today Kissel Tourin? Car wins fifteen hundred one to
two thousand dollar touring car event; defeating Oldsmobile, Jackson, Tourist. Kissel Road
ster wins three thousand dollar and under roadster event, defeating Stoddard-Dayton, Tour
ist, and Rco. Kissel only car to win two events, and mak:s better time than Buick, Elmore,
Pope Hartford, Rambler, Thomas Detroit, White Steamer, Thomas Flyer, Reo, and Haynes.
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We guarantee the Kissel Kar will give a better
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JIERCHANT STREET, bet. FORT and ALAKEA.
WHITNEY & MARSH
Long Kid Gloves
in WHITE, PINK, BLUE, TAN MODE, BLACK and GRAY.
Long Silk Gloves ,
in WHITE, BLACK, TAN, PINK, BLUE, and BROWN.
Long Lisle Gloves
in WHITE and BLACK.
22Zerbo A 1303 10.231
23 H. Chatli C 14 33 2 0.214
21Kala A IB 2 3 2 1.200
2B P. L. Aliana A 10 2 2 2 0 .200
26 8. Chong C 16 23 30.188
27 J. Lo C 17 1 3 10.176
28 W. Ayau O 13 1 2 4 0.154
30 Sucnnga J IB 1 2 0 0 .133
29 Zerbo 1" IB 2 2 3 1 .133
30AUIna C 162 22 1.125
31 Townsend A 16 2 2 1 1 .125
32 English A 17 2 2 2 0.117
33Asani C 120 101.083
34Knlpo J 131 1 4 1.077
35 V. A)au A 14 4 1 1 2.071
SCMon Yin C 14 21 10.071
37 Usplndd 1 IB 2 1 1 0 .067
38 Un Sang C 17 0 13 0.059
President Olmos and the Lcllehti.i
A. C. are requested to make uppenr
unco nt a meeting next Wednesday
at B:30 p m., which tho Kallhl A.
C. wish to hold. Should they fall
to appear, the Kallhl A. C. will claim
the protcbt forfeited.
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John O'Rouike and his horses des
tined for Hllo races may arrive by
the S. S. Virginian, due tomotrow
a tt a
Tito Kusoos won tho first gamo of
the Japanese baseball league Sunday
afternoon fiom tho Kaihos, 23-22.
t: a a
Charley David may ship the tiot
tlng stallion I'otieio to Hllo a week
:: a a
Esplnda, the I'alama slnb aitlst,
was a puzila for the C. A. C. batters,
Tho Rojnl School Alumni will glc
n (.octal on June 10.
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K SPORTS CALENDAR
May 30 Doxlng, Ah Sam vs. Jock
June 4 Y, M. C. A. gymnasium
June 10 Hawaiian Oun Club's
June 11 Kamehameha Aquatic
shoot for club championship.
June 11 Hawaiian Oun Club's
semi-annual prize shoot.
June 17 Hawaiian Oun Club's un
known angles shoot.
July 20, 21, 22 Kennel Club
July 3-4 Hllo races..
July 4 Maul races.
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AALA DIAMOND DUST
The Aala funs have put tho lilamo
on Sing Chong, who made u tostly
cnor In the nrhth Inning, as re
sponsible for the loss of the I'nldina
C. A. C. game.
a a a
Dr. K. r. LI delivered a thought
ful address at the Aala luau lust Sat
in day. but Sam Hop made the big
gest hit by speaking in his pidgin
a a a
Kualll connected with tho liorse
hlrte pellet foi u two-bngger In tho
early pirt of the Nippon-Kuala game,
which started the Hanzal chorus.
a a a
K. Yasumorl, the popular mana-
1 w of the Hanzal baseball team. Is
pleased with tho way his Ihijh did
the trick on the Kualas.
- a a a
Lunlng. a new man on the Aala
diamond, made good with the Japan
ese nlno behind tho bat 'last Sunday.
a a a
Akina was relieved by J. Lo In the
box for the C. A. Cf after a few Inn
IngJ Lo did good woik.
a a a
Capt. Ucrgcr furnished music dur
ing tho Sunday baseball games to u
ciowd of six thousand.
a a a
J. Flores of the Japanese nlno
pitched winning ball last Sunday
against tho Koalas.
President A. L. C. Atkinson of tho
Hiveislders wob plc.ibed with last
a a a
C. MaUanul of the Koalas was
struck out three times by Floiea.
a a a
Tong Ho has Joined tho disgrun
Sold on easy payments at the 7
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