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EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOORE
Kams Blank, Saints;
Puns Defeat Jewels
the third Kick. Smith died, Asam, to
Sing Chong safetyod between first
nnil second. Hong Chack scored a
double blngle to left, hut Slug Chong
was caught stealing home. Chi lHll
(low to catcher, Aklnn safe on first,
ami W. Ayaii struck out.
The second Inning was nothing do
ing for both teams. Third Miming
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STANDINGS IN BIG LEAGUE
P. W. 1.. l'ct.
I), licnis r, :t .esc
Punahoiis 8 5 :i .02.,
Kiiliieliaiiiehns 1) 3 6 .333
Saints . . .'. S II .', ,385
j: :: a
The best baseball which has been
offeied the fans this jcar was played
pi iinBcuan i-arK last batunlay. llioi a0 tho Kaalas one run. Medelros
Kams -started It by blanking tho faei, , connoct tho ball after
fcalnts In the cleanest Melding game threc attempts and took the bench.
Hutlcr got to first on Hong Chnck'a
fumble. Kupa hit to short, but forc
ed Duller at second. v Aklna mndo n
j wild pitch, and Kupa scored. S. Pnr
l.cr retired, catcher to first.
The Chinese Athletics failed to
I Ecorc in the third, but did better In
tho fourth, when tbey scored tho
fli st run. Aklna hit to Kreltos nt
tblid, but tho fatter failed to connect
the ball with tho first bag. and
Aklnn was saved. Ayaii. received n
cigar from Medelros, mid Umplio
Bower nllowed him tho initial base.
Eng Sang gioundcd a slow ono to
third, who was too slow to connect
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that has btvu been during this sc
ries, mid tho l'uns then won over the
Jewels In n close mutch, by a scoro
of 4-3. It Is not exactly accurate to
sa that the Puns won, however. If
H ciowil ever won n game It was that
The first game went by lnnhigs
as icporled In tho Saturday baseball
extra of the Bulletin.
The Kams had their men shifted
around very considerably, and hud
an entirely .new battery. Dick Hcu
I Vi- was put out In right gulden, and
I.ota twirled the sphere down. Jones
wont onto lit nt, and Hamauku was
Fort St. near Hotel.
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ueiiiuu tnc uat. l.otu proved a good . tiiat ,aBC( n,i n Were safe.' Maka
pltcher, and covered himself with 1 tlrew wjj n nn attempt to put
1 1 edit In winning such a clean game, i out Aklna at third, and tho latter
Ilttshnell pitched a consistent tallied. Mori Yin was s.ifc on first.
Rami) for tho Saints, and onco or . Asam ami vn struck out, and Ayaii
twice II looked as though they must ' wn8 ..might too far out fiom third
ueore, but tho Kunis plajcd tlicm' ia8e. This finished the Inning,
close, mid pi evented the run from bo- Tle Kaalas scored one each In tho
Ing reueezed across. i fmuth, Ilftb, and sixth innings. In
Tho Saints did not have their full , u10 fcoventh, the Chinese lilled up two
line-up piesent, mid fur this reason morc. T(o lest was nothing doing
were weaker than they ought to have. f0r either side.
,)lc"- The ninth found the Kaalas Just
Jones mnilo the longest lift of tho tl0 EanC mt the Chinese A. C. won
Eoakon a pretty home run over left ' tlicli- game In this Inning. Mon Yin
field fence In tho fifth. Hamauku , r(.,,iVpIl n imss from Meriplros. Asam
hit, Keillor walked: and Lota hit, was j,u j,y (i,0 pitcher. Koon Chow
Beorlng Hamauku. In tho eighth. ' flew to Bob Parker at center, but the
tho banes wcro tilled, with Lemon on! )attor stepped on u soda water bottlo
third sack, and llusliucll walked nn,i fumbled tho ball. This filled tho
lVin. scoring Lemon on a compll-,),.,,,.,. siK ciiong did tho trick by
menluiy. This was tho sum total of ., i,m,t along the llrst-lmto lino, and
tho scoring In the game. ji-cored Mon Yin. llong Clmck Hew
A headache for tho Kama was pro- to Kupa. Chi llul grounded a hot
, vcnle.l by tho paint sign which isur- cl. t0 short, who fumbled, unit
i mounts the left field feme. Jolinnlo Afc. hrol0il tho winning tun.
Wllllann sent out a long one, which ' The second game was a poor c.xhl
.bounced blEb, the ball striking tho ton ot t)le national sport. Tho Chi
ll' In tho sign, mid bouncing back In- CH0 Alohas put up poor ball with
to tho Held. Otherwise, the Snlnls, tle paiunius, who won In n walkover
would ceitalnly bavo scored n home Balno by the score ot 14 to 3. Pitcher
ll1"- Usplnda of tho Plilamns puzzled tho
Though tho first gnnio was closely j Aloha batters without any difficulty,
played, and Jack Doylo made n lot of Kcaloha did well In batting, making
noise cheering his favorites on to' flVe bate hit with flvo times ut bat.
victory, the second game was the one Tho. following is tho scoro of tho
which furnished tho oxcltcment. Tho ' two games as caught by W. Tin
Jewels mid the Puns hue lately boon Chong, tho noting olllclnl stoier:
running neck and neck for first lion-
ors, and tho rivalry was Intense. I
As Usual, tho Jewels got there !
strong in tho first Inning, after , "l1?' ."
Totals 34 4 4 C .25 9 6
ClIINKSK A. C.
All II 1111 SI) O A Ii
Sing qbong, ss. ...5 0 3 113 2
Hong Clmck. 2b-lf.r 0 1 I) 2 2 2
CM Hill, c ', 0 2 1 It 2 0
Aklnn, ii 4 1 0 I) 0 1 0
V. Aynu, cf 3 II 0 U 0 0 0
C. Sang, lb 4 (I 1 0 C 1 1
Mon Yln,.f-2b. .,.2211200
Asnni, 3b 3 2 1 0 2 2 1
P. Womc, if 2 0 0 0 0 (I 'it
Koon Chow, rf. ..1 0 0 0 0 0 o
Totals 31 S 9 3 27 11
C. A. C. r,co ied winning run when
ono man out.
Scoro by Innings:
KAALA A. C.
Ituns 0 0 11110 0 04
Uaso HltB 1 1 00 0 0 0 1 l- 1
CHINKSE A. C.
nuns 0 0 0 1 O 0 2 0 2 5
Dasu Hits 2 0120020 29
Two-baso lilts Hoopll, Chack and
Sacrlflco Hits Hoopll and P. Wong.
Struck Out lly Medelros G, Aklna
Bases on Halls Off Medelros 2, Akl
na l. . ;irl'-!
Hit by Pitcher H. Parker, Asam
and W. Ayau.
Passed Halls Chi Hul 2.
AUK 1111 91) (
Wnklta, c. ...
V. Zerbe, 2b. .
Knlml, ss. .,
McShanc, If. ,
J. Wong, rf. ,
Atiknl, cf. ..,
Totals 31 3
AH II 11(1 SI) O
.5 1 1 N() 1
.5 1 C 0 0
KAALA A. C.
All 11 IIH SI) O
which they failed to scoio a man. H.
Chlllliigwortli and Kvcih scored on-n
1 S. al'rkcr, ss.
Smith, 2b. ..,
bum throw to home, and Louis came Mukniml. II 4
homo on a hit by D.ivls. jKieltns. 3I: I
Hitmplon pitched in good form, It. Parker, cf 3
and was not worried nt uny stage of 'Medelios, p 3
tho game. On tho other band. I.rs-"er. c 4
He. after colnc somo un to tho 9th. '
allowed tho yelling of the crowd, I
which was partial to 1'iinaliou, to
lattlo him, and tho Colts mado two I
runs, ono extra for a margin on
which to win. .
Hallcy, ss. .
Correa, lb. .
Zcrbu, If. ..
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Begins Wednesday, July 1
Huns . . ..
Ituns . . . .
Totals 3914 10 12 27
Scoro by Innings:
" CHINESE ALOHAS.
1 2 3 4 5 C 7 8
...0 0 0 0-1010
1 2 3 4 5 r, 7
,..5 0 0 2 0 2 3
...3 10 10 2 0
Three-baso Hit Koaloha.
Two-baso Hits McShanc,
ccud, Ilalley and Kcaloha 3.
Struck Out lly nrito 1. Esplnda 13.
Bnso on BalIs-Olt Hrlto 1, Espln
Ht by Pitcher Correa.
Passed Halls Waklta.
IHiubla Plays Ilalley to Correa.
Tho Hawnlls lost to the Suspects
yesto-day in a g.imo of baseball play
ed on Quarantine Island, by a scoro
Tho third-class yacht Skip has
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n n tt
Tho sills bavo organized a tennis
club to play on Miller street.
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The gnmo was closed by nn unusu
ally pretty play from second to first.
Davis played a good game behind
tho bat. Lyman was there In his old
form, doing great work at tho back
stop position. Wiurcn, nt alioit for
tho Puns, Is playing nicely theso
days. lly tho end of tho gamo Sat
urday ho whs doing execution.
CAX.'S SPRING BSG
SURPRISE OF SEASON
The Chlneso Athletics sprung a
Mil pi lso esteid:ty afternoon on Hit
Kaalas at tho Aula diamond. After
playing ono of tho best giimoi of tho
soaron, they defeated tho leadeia of
tho Itlvcrjldo Leuguo by tho scoio of
5 to I. This puts tho Patulous In
thu lead ilnd tho unlucky Kaalas wll)
have to defeat that aggregation In
tho next meet boforo they will havu
uny clulnis to championship laurelr.
Tho second contest between the Chi
nese Alohns and tho Palamn A. Cie
bulled In n walkovor In favor of tho
Pnlamas, who found no plllkla in
winning tho game. Thu scoio was
14 to 3.
Tho first game began with tho Ka
ulas at bat, and tho Chinese, lads took
tho field. Kupa singled and stolo
tho second bag. S, Puil.cr retired
after sti Iking tho ulr thrco tlmc3.
Kupa rutlicd In an attempt to annex
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