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I Local and National
Thousands Flock To See
PUNS BEAT KEI0: COLLEGIANS TRIM KAMS
LOCALS WIN BOTH' SUNDAY GAMES
TRIANGLE LEAGUE STANI
l. V. 1
Jcwcli 1 1 0
I'ttntihoiis 1 1 0
St. Louis 1 1 0
Santa Olaru ...... 2 1 1
jKclii 2 0 2
Kiims 1 0 1
St IT 8
lleforo the greatest crowd ever as.
hcmbled to witness a ball game In
this city, while enthusiasm inn wild,
three thousand tluoats shouted ap
plause and encouragement, nti.l
grand-stand and bli-echcrs ronreil up-
prtel.tttoii with every hre.ilh, I'liun
him S.ituiduy iiftcrnoon defeated
Kelo by a seorc of 3 to 2, In u lous
ing Mulsh, and Santa Clara beat tliu
Kiiiim by a tcoro of 2 to 1. it will
the greatest sport event which this
city has jet seen, marking the open
ing of the great triangular baseball
series in which representatives of the
best in two Continents meet on ncu
tt ill giounil to fight out with the lo
cal hoj's nnd between themschex tho
qiiPbtloii of supremacy In tho great
national game of America.
Tho people were packed Into the
grounds on all Hldcsr grand-stand
mid blecchciH wcro filled, and tl'.o
crowd stietchcd out either lino to tho
limit of the Held, nnd even encroach
ed 011 tho back of the right gaidcu,
stringing ncross halt the field. It
Japs Turned Oat
An overwhelming number of Jnp-
nncso waB theie. ntiongly supportln-5
their team against all comers, and
applauding every fno.e.ot the Ilttls
men from Nippon. The locals In d
supporters In plenty, and when Dlik
Renter 'slgnnllzed the occasion by
getting In and pitching tho game of
his life, enthusiasm for the Knms w;.s
at fever heat, even though thoy loit
in the end.
Puns vs. Kio
'I Ho Kelos and tho Puns- tried con
clusions to begin with. The gnmo
was a cioeo contest ono which 111 u
the crown silling on the edge 01 me wat,ed nnd Peters bent a bunt. Lap
benches all through. Tito locals vi n ,,n dlcil nt Becond mj Kennedy
ln n smashing finish, when victory GWng,ctl tho breezes, but Jones
appealed to havo Bprcad her bright atirtca ,ho lundalldo by a wild throw
wings, and Co.vn boyond their gras.i. lo sccomlf wlle Petcrg nnnoxed tho
Tho sensation which set tho crowd
off was sprung by Kankl. After do
ing some nice stealing around to
thlid, when running for Koyama, he
htole homo whllo Hampton was not
linking. This was In tho second Inn.
Ing. Hampton pitched great ball,
and had tho Japanese guessing mot
of tho time. Tho Puns hit once dur-
ng tho stage of tho gamo which liu-
mediately folluwed, but "Ham" kept
llio ball away from the visitors, aid
no one managed to squeeze a runner
mer tho pan,
Xeio Scores Again
In thu eighth things began to look
lick. Hlgo hit and stole second, and
was advanced to third by Takahania's
u-erlllce. Murakami grounded to
bhort, who winged It home, but the
ntnucr collided with Lyman's glove
Just before tho ball did, and Clmrllo
chopped the sphere.
How the Japanese contingent
Where Funs Came In
Hut a lecf was taken in their en
thusiasm In the next half of that Inn
ing. Hampton wulked and stole ec
rnd and was scored on a beautlfuhhlt
In the ninth tho Japanese were
held down, the score, 2 to 1, being in
tbelr favor. Then Lyman, who had
rando the bobble at homo plato, won
tho game. Hoogs was safe on Sa
saki's crior. Marcalllno beat a
bunt, and Lyman scored both by
placing a nlco blngle along loft-field
Tho crowd yelled for many min
utes. Incidentally, Charllo becamo
quite a hero.
All R UH SB O A K
Hart, rf 3 0 1 0 1 0 0
Hampton, 2 1 0 1 0 fj 0
Kla, cf ....... -..3 0 1 (I 2 0 0
III litis, If 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hums, Ba 3 0 0 0 3 1 i
I.; 1:11111, u
..30 3 fl, 2 27 13 3
AIlltllH. SI! O
Abe, 2h , ,
Higo, lb ..
Muiakuml, if .
2 4 324 K, ,4
Winning run, nomine out,
Huns nnd base lilta by innings:
1 2 3 4 r, C 7 8 0
11. II. ...,,
II. II ,
ma. liases 011
3; Kaj'uin'a,- 4,
.0 1000001 0 2
.110 0 0 0 11 0 4
.0 00000012 3
.00 10 002 1 2 a
Two-base hit: Kaya.
balls: Oft Hampton,
Sacrifice hits: f'u-
l.uJn, Abe. Struck out: lly
ton, 8; Knj-amu, 4. Umpire:
llowcr. Scorer: V. II. Habbltt.
Snnta Clara won the tccond game
th -ough poor support for neuter, be-
J cud n doubt. For the feature of
tut Bumc n8 t was iho feature of
thd day, wps the Cbrk tlie-bls Kam
pitcher did on the mound. Ho pitch
ed tho game of his life, and onn of
tl.o prettiest and most consistent
games ever pitched In this city. He
had control of that famous under
ICinil ball of his, which Is wicked
when he can use it, especially as he
u ed it Saturday. Santa Clara fan
nod thcnlr quite regularly.
Score on Fluke
The first Inning was marked by
u er con,ne ln on a fluko. Lapptn
third sack, and camo home as Reuter
threw tho bnll through Hill Vannat
tn. It was a case of throwing away
Then Dick began to get In his ex-f
erutlon. Ha struck out two men In
tl.o first Inning, three In the second
tho only ones up and two In the
third nnd fourth. As time went on,
and iniin after innn struck out before
the big follow, the crowd began to
catch somo enthusiasm from this fea-
tuio Itself, and roars of encourage-
11 cut for Dick wont ud to Heaven.
He averaged about two men struck
o'it tu the Inning.
McKciuio was Dauiy coached ln
the eighth and was nipped when It
looked as If ha must score. Frelno
hit out to Lota In this Inning, and
tho right-Holder mado a bobblo of It,
getting tho ball lost In tho crowd,
uud allowing tho collegian to trot
around the bases for unothor tally.
So the great game Reutor pitched
was lost for him,
McKenzle nearly did things to
Santa Clara In the ninth, 11' his
fast running he annexed the third
sack on what would properly have
beqn a two.bagger, and was brought
home on a single by Vannatta. Hut,
this ended the scoring, and there
was nothing moro to It.
Frelno pitched a fine game ulso.
Though tho locals found him quite
a good deal, they could do little with
his offerings, and ho hold them down
to four hits.
Tho team which played tho best
Tho tale In figures:
Jones, c ,
33 1 4 124
Ann nil sn 0
Lappln, If .
Peters, 2b .
CI. Sharer, ss ...2
C. tlrynes, 3b... 3
rrclne, p 3
Ilrodcrlck, lb ...3
Salberg, rf 3
C. Shafer, c ....3
Totals 25 2 4 2 27 C 4
Runs and base hits by innings:
1 234 50 7 89
Kams 00000000 1 1
II. II 00000 11024
Santa C.'s 10000001 2
ll. It 1 001 0 1 01 4
SUMMARY. Threo-baso hit:
McKcnzle. Homo run: Krelne. Rases
on balls: OK Reuter, 2. Sacrifice
hit: Miller. Passed ball: C. Shafer.
Struck out: lly Reuter, 14: by
Krelne, 9. Umpire: Dower. Scorer:
V. II. Habbltt.
a even larger crowd assembled
jesterday afternoon to see tho games
than turned out Saturday, This wa3
expected, of course, but the number
uttcndlng went over and abovo the
expectations of many. It Is estimat
ed that .1,000 people were within
the enclosure, while the fence was.
adorned with a long Ilnu of faces,
and the trees In the neighborhood
were loaded down.
With quite as keen excitement as
was Men tha day before, tbo local
teams took all the honors this time,
the Saints winning from. Kelo by a
score of S to 1,' and the Jewels put
ting It onto tho Sautu Claras. In a
cjoso game, by u score of 4 to 3, Prob
ably the article of baseball put up
was not quite so high class as the
day before, but the crowd was wild
with excitement and the -tensest In
terest was manifest most of the
Keios Faeged .
1 11c Heios were evidently tireu;
had tho same pitcher In the box
that they had used Saturday Ko
yama and wcro not In the gamo at
all. The fumbling of Kankl on third
base was ono factor which helped
them lose. Then tho Saints hit the
ball hard, and the Jap team was not
"It Is a pity they cannot bat," re
marked a fan. This Is not altogether
the case, as they do some nice work
with the stick at times, but It is true
to the extent that they are not
Hmu.tilnc the locut pltuiicru for run
Saints Have Walkover
In the very first Inning,' Aylett
flew to tho Infield, while Walker was
watting for A chanco to come home,
and, as no one was thero, he zrottei
across tho( pan. In the third, ,Aylelt
wulked, and Johnnie Williams fol
lowed with a three-bagger to. deep
center, which scored Aylett. Sn tho
fifth inning, Joy was safe on an, error
by Hlgo, Aylett followed with a. com
plimentary, and Johnnie WUllnuis
scored Harney with a single to left.
Alf. Williams hit In tho sixth, and
En Sue beat a bunt, Alt. camo hotna
on an overthrow to third.
In the last half of this Inning tho
Saints had a narrow call, Kankl
singled, and tried to taka third on
a sacrifice by Abe. Jonnle Williams
let tha bnll go by, and Kankl started
for tho home plate. En Sua backed
up Williams nicely, and had the ball
to 80a res in time to pin Kankl.
Tho Saints Increased their lead In
tho eighth. Alt, Williams hit, Kn
Suo sacrificed, and Williams came
home on an error by Sasaki.
It was in tho laBt of tho ninth that
Kelo annexed their one run, through
a fluko. Sasaki hit, Fukuda walked,
nnd Kankl bunted, being sate at first
on a bum throw. Then Abe fanned.
Sonrcs touched the pan "Instead of
tagging Sasaki, under tho Impression
that It was n forced run, .Abo was
of course out, but Sasaki was sate.
The Saints claimed they had both
men out, and that the game was
over, one man having previously
gone out. Thoy started to leave the
grounds, but'llower called them back,
nnd they had to put out Koyama.
SMI CUJift. PEK
The second game embodied a lar
ger clement of, luck than any game
which has yet been played In this
series, but was one of tho most In
tensely Interesting to tho large crowd
that had assembled.
Close baseball was played until
the third Inning, when the Diamond
Heads started it with a batting rally.
J. Fernandez went out. third to first.
Sing Chong boat a bunt and stole sec
ond. Olmos hit to left-field and 8lng
went to third. E. Fernandez bunted,
Kllburn was slow in handling tho
ball, and Sing Chong sprinted acroes
tho plate, Louis Immediately hit to
center-Held, and both Olmos and Fer
nandez came In for a run on It,
though Eddlo had to go some In order
to do It.
Colleeians Cross Pan
Santa Clara started out lu this
Lota, rf .
Inning to even things, ac
fanned, and was bit lu the ba
uavis. irvuiE 10 inrow lu iithi.a
annexed the third sack on it, nnd
came home on an error by Costello,
Tho Jewels were shut out In tho
next, and Santa Clara earned two
tins. 1'relno and Ilyrnes bit, and
both stole, coming homo on n passed
This evened up the score.
Jewels Take Lead
ln the seventh the Jewels got their
winning run. Olinos grounded tci A.
Shafer, and trotted to second on n
low throw. E. Fernandez walked,
nnd Louis grounded to second, who
fi'tnblcd, allowing Olmos to score.
'The game was hard fought to tho
bitter end, but stood at the same
store In spite of a hard and game
light which the Santa Clara aggrega
tion put up.
Kn Sue, If 3 0
Uushnell, 2b S 0
Walker, rf. ...1..6 1
Joy, p 4 1
Ajlett, cf 3 1
Jno. Williams, 3b 5 0
Uriins, lb S 0
Soares, c 3 0
A. Williams, ss. ..4 2
Total 37 S
AH HUH fill O A
Sasaki, ss. ,.,
Knyama, p. . .
Totals 28 1 4 0 20 1G 8
Walker out, hit, by batted ball.
Runs 1 0 10 110 1 05
H. II 2 110 110 0 00
Runs 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
U. 11. 0 2 0 0 0 0 10 14
Threobace hit John Williams.
Wild pitch Joj-,
Bases on balls Off Joj', 2; Kn ja
Sacrifice hits En Sup, Soares, Mu
Struck out Joy, 7.
Scorer W. H, Babbitt.
Olmos, If. r.
Louis, rf. ..'.
Davis, c. ...
J. Fernandez, cf. .3
Slug Chong. ss. ..4
Totals 32 4
4 2 27 C
AH HUH 81) O
Peters, 2b 4 p
Kennody, cf 4 0
Frelno, ss-rf. 3 1
Brynes, 3b 3 1
Broderlck, lb. ,:..3 0
A. Shafer, ss. .,..3 0
Salsberg, rf. 1' 0
M. Shafer, c 3 0
Kllburn, p 4 1
Totals 32 3 4 0 27 10
Runs 0 0 3 0 0 0 10 04
B II 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 04
12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Jluns 0 0120000 03
D, 11 110 2 0 0 0 0 04
Bases' on balls Oft Leslie, 3; Kll
Paused balls Davis, 3.
Struck out Leslie, 16; Kllburn, 7
.Double play Lcslle-SIng Chong
Fernandez. t'mplro Bower.
Scorer W, II. Babbitt,
LoM'r'Angolos .v 40
Sa 11 iFranclsco 41
3t) Louh 125
) i W. L. Pet.
tSt. Louis 39 28 .553
Cleveland 38 28 .G.C
Detroit , 37 29 .661
Chicago 37 .30 ,G52
Philadelphia 33 31 .5161
Boston 30 38 .441
rNew York . a 2 40 .384
Washington..! 25 41 .379
1 n a
For the elghUwm years ending with
Uhe Boeson of 1907, Cy Young won
457 gabies and toet 271, a granu per
centage- of .628. During the nine
years ho was with Cieveia-na, nis per
centages was .660, and his two best
seasons wcro whllo be was with the
Blues. Jn 1802 he won thlrtj'-slx and
lost ton games, and ln 1895 he won
thlrty-flw und lost ten sames. In
the la-t tvelve years he has averaged
only a trIJIo more ttbau ono basa on
bulls to each gnme.
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