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Game Goes 15 Innings
On The Aala Park
Tlic Anla Park grounds ran red
with blood wticn tho Nippon nilio
and tho Pnlama artillery opecncl Arc.
The firing on both sides began sharp
ly nt 1:30, with tho Jnpancse on the
offensive, and, after 4:2." p. in., tho
guns of the Nippon artillery were
silenced by the I'alamas.
Thousands of people witnessed ono
of the finest games that ever took
place on the. Aala Park grounds be
tween tho I'alama rnd tho Japahcso
nine. Doth .sides were determined tu
win and tho I'alamas were out In
forco to root for their team. They
were so confident of victory thnt they
cen predicted that they would run
nil over the Japanese nine. On the
other hind, the Japanese wero out
determined to give tho I'alamas a
hard run for thlr victory, or, If pos
sible. In defeat them.
The game started with Hert How
crs holding the Indicator, Doth teams
failed to score until the beginning
of the soventh inning, when tho I'a
lamas scored a run. Thus the gnmo
played until tho ending of the fif
teen til Inning when the Japanese
nine led by a run. The I'alamas
went to hat with nil hopo gone, for
tho last time, and the Japanese, with
one run leading, were going to hold
them down. With two men out of
the I'alamas, one man on second,
Henry Walker came to bat. It was
up tu him to bring the team out to
victory. Walker sent an easy pop
Just behind the second base, and Ku
alii, tho ccntcrflcldcr of the Japan
ese, evidently did not see the spheic.
He fumbled the ball, the I'alamas
tied the score, and, while everybody
was up In the air, Walker stole third
and went for home base. KualU
throw wild tu Krcd. Lunlug and tho
game was over.
- Tho Chinese A. C. defeated tho Alo
lias, and, though it was cxpcctcdtthis
would bo the bent game. It proved tho
weaker of tho two by a good deal.
The wore wus 8 to 3. Kalml pitch
ed a 'losing game for the Alohas, as
he did not seem in form at all.
Ituns and base hits by Innings:
JAPANESE A. C.
1 2 3 4 E C 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 II 1G
000000202 0 0 0 0 0 1
011010112 0 0 0 0 0 0
1 2 3 4 3 G 7 S D 10 11 12 13 14 13
000001210 0 0 0 0-0 2
010001020 0 0 0 1.0 0
Runs and baso lilts by innings:
1 2.3 I S C 7 8 9
C. A.'s 10002000 0 3
H. II 12 0 0 10 0007
C. A. 0 10 2 2 0 12 0 0 8
II. II 0 0 12 0 11 0 0 B
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Local horses which will race nt
Maui on tho Fourth arc Ilruncr, In
digo, Nanlwa, Abdlne. und Artie W.
Giffard and Cart wright
Win la Foursome '
II. n. Cllffard and H. C. Cartwrlght
won .the four-ball foursome nt tho
Country Club yesterday, with 3 up
and 2 to play. Tho links were in
nice condition nnd a fine turnout
wrs secured. The commlttco Is grat
ified with tho results. Handsome
prizes went to both the winners.
A big tourney Is being plnnned for
the Fourth. Thqugh plans nro not
nearly matured as yet, It is probable
thai a smoker will be held In the
evening after tho play.
MAUI BALL GAMES
a WAILVKU, Maul, Juno 15.--- it
8 The Sunday games at Wells It
U Park were attended by a great it
tt crowd that was highly cnthusl- it
it nstlc. Upton pitched for tho it
tt Knhululs. Tho results follow: It
tt Kahului 10, Wnikapu 9. tt
tt Stars C, Healanl 3.' tt
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BIG SCORES MADE BY
KAFI0LANI PARK TEAMS
The Reliance and Twilights were
winners at tho games at Kaplolani
Park yesterday. Tho former team
won from tho Young Tidal Waves,
by a score of 11-9. and tho latter
tiimnicd the II) lands by u scoro of
14 to 11. Tho league will suspend
on next Sunday owing to tho fact
thnt the funeral of Prince David will
be held on that date.
Tho. league will meet at tho ycsl-
dcnco.ofJohn S. Sllva, McCully nnl
llcrctnnla avenue, on Wednesday
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HIL0S DEFEAT MAUNA KEAS
Tho 111 to picked tca'm defeated the
Mauna Kea team on tho 11th by u
scoro of 3-0. Tho llnc-iip of the
IIIlos I.jnian, O. Destia, 3. Desha,
Todd, . Ilrlckward, Williams, W.
Ah IIlp,, Medolrcw, Andrews. ..
Mauna Kea Mucaulay, C. Lynch?
J. Lynch, Jarrctt, II. Kaliu, O. Say,
II. Ikowny, Makeona, Williams.
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YANKEE HORSE WON
PAIUS, France, Juno 14. Vnn
dcrbllt',. entry, Northeast, won tho
Grand Prix, tho great turf event of
France. There wore 72,000 perrons
In attendance at the track during
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CHICAGO. III., Juno t3. Ocorgo
Slier, tho famous sporting man who
refcrced the Corbctt-FltZHlmmons
fight at Reno, Nevada, Is dead. Ho
was a sporting writer on tho local
Fast BallPlayer From
"Seattle In Town
A baseball player of noto was In
town over tho week-end, lonitng In
on the Columbian, nnd leaving on her
for Knhului and tho Coast. Ho Is
Harry Isbcll of tho University of
Washington nnd other teams around
Pugct Sound. Ho has a long record,
and a good one.
Isbcll played for three years on tho
IJ. of W. team, at shortstop, captain
ing tho bunch for oue of the years.
Ho also played with Russ Hall and
with Dugdale, expending his experi
ences to tho Coast and Northwest
Yesterday ho attended the games
of tho Newspaper Lcnguo.nnd Was
considerably excited nt times, as ho
is an old team-mate of Charllo Al
bright, nt the Hullotlns, and had the
fact local shortstop for a captalri ono
Ho Is n Phi Delta Thcta, and -very
popular in tho University.
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BEST GAME OF SEASON
PLAYED IN JAP LEAGUE
The best gnmo which has yet been
put' up In the Jnpancse llahcball
Lcaguo was played yesterday betwpen
the two leading teams of tho league,
when tho Asnhls Junior and tho To
klw.ts crossed bats. Tho contest re
sulted In a bcoro of 7 to 3. in favor
of tho former.
Tho first game of tho day was be
tween tho Knchos and the. Y. M. 11.
A., won by the latter after a land
slide, by the score of 13 to 4.
Tho games took place at the vacant
lot of the.O. R. & L. Co. This leaves
the Knchos at tho bottom of the list.
Runs and base lilts by innings: ,
1 23 4 G C 7 8 9
Knchos 14332000 13
-II. II 2334 2020 16
Y. M. U. A. ...000000031 4
11. II 2 2 10 0 107 013
Runs and baso hits by Innings:
Toklwns 0 0001010 1 3
II. II 0 0000011 0 2
Asahi, Jrs 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 7
U. II 30003 120 110
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Tho Captain's team won nut nt
cricket at Maktkl Saturday, from tho
team of the Vico Captain by a mar
gin of 37 nyis. Anderson nnd Cat
ton won tho gamo for tho Captnln.
They scored d3 and 67 runs respect
ively. Catt was tho star bowler for
the losers. Tho total score was lfi-7
a a tt
The Quarantines certainly went
.flor tho Oahus on tho Island J outer-
day, tho awful slaughter finally be
ing stopped when tho score stood at
tho wonderful flguro of 30 to 4. Tho
I Quarantines A. Mcdolros, p: W.
James, c; H. MclnecUc, 3li; Klin Wo,
2b; K. Jamc:i, If; "Old Horse" Lono,
-hs; (!, C. Leach, cf; D. Hugo, rf; J.
13. Heck, lb.
I Oahus M. Souzi, S. Mnndoncn, M,
Phillips A. Mnmlonrn, R. Rosa. A.
Alameda, S. Gonibc, F. Sllva, M. do
mes. Hun.i by innings:
12 3 I S 6 7 S S
Quarantines . .2 fl I 10 1 3 i 3 330
Oahu 300 00010 0-- J
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THE TRUTH IS: THAT FINE
WAS PAID LAST WEEK
Tlio truth about Harney Joy and
his fine seems hard to locate. Thn
morning paper of Satui day .states
that It had not at that tlmo been
paid. This Is a mistake, as n meet
ing of tho League wjis held on Tues
day, ta which a representative of tho
Saints said that tho flno was o como
out of tho pro rata of tho club,
which means thnt tho Saints liao
paid for Harney.
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Mackenzie was tho "bunting boy"
of tho day, doing n llttlo mora than
II1I3 sharo to win the game. This is
the fad who put tho high sign on Ku
Sue for .the fiO-jnrd dash, and, when
enco ho gets away from tho pan, he
Is a uiuu thing to tho Initial bag.
I a a a
Hill Chllllngworth started in
strong and made a very weak finish,
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1W1IIU llVUIt, Ul'llftl ll WU.IIV, UUI
finished llko a rapld-flrc gun. It Is
astonishing what one can do when
the ciowd Jb with Mm.
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Jack Doylo was ably assisted by
Harney Joy on tho Kwa blcechcrs, In
an effort to win the gnmn for tho
Kams, and, fiom tho result, ono may
draw conclusions as to who did tho
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Jimmy Thompson wns v credited
with an assist In Saturday's game.
handling a foul In clever fashion.
Jimmy Is ono of tho old guard and
may jet bo been sparkling umongtt
' There was but one game at tho
J Park on Saturday, but that had nulto
enough nf tho real dopo in it tu
send the fa.ns homo noil satisfied.
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