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C. H. BEHN
Poor Support Pats the
Indian Sign On
A rather small crowd yesterday
saw the Snntn Clams and seven or
right of the Milwaukee baseball team
defeat Seegar, tlio good pitcher who
halls from tho cruiser with the beer
town appellation, by tho man-killing
score of 10 to 2. That was literally
what happened. Seegar was as badly
done up by tho poor support of his
nlno as ho was by tho efforts of tho
It was not a good game. Errors
followed orrors, on the sailors' part,
and the contest dragged. Thcro was
no doubt at nny stage as to tho out
conic. Milwaukee started In with n
rush, and scored two men at tho out
let, and after that there was nothing
moro to It. The players seemed some
what listless. Hut, then, Milwaukee,
was discouraged, and Santa Clara did
not have to extend much effort.
After the magnificent showing
which the tars made Sunday, all this
Is cry much of a disappointment.
Kllburn pitched n good game for
S.inta Clara, until near the end, when
he concluded that ho had no business
(blowing out his arm. and Krleno
was put Into tho box. From that
time tho sailors did not sec the ball.
Seegar pitched n heady and strong
game right thiciugh. He was well
mpportcd by Kite, but overjono oIho
had taken sleeping powders.
The sailors scored on two walks
and a single, Tlghe and Seegar sti oil
ing, and Smith following with n bin
Ele, on which bolh men ripped across
A combination of hits and errors
allowed Suntn Clara to scoro tbrco In
tho second. Pour more wero annexed
In tho fifth, on boblilea nil around.
I)i the eighth, tho base.! filled up on
enors, and two runners enmo homo
on more error?, while Mory Slinfer
sacilflccd nnd brought I'cter home.
Though tho game was not n rat
tling good one, It was sportsmanlike,
and thanks nio coming to tho Mil
waukee men, all tho samo.
U. S. S. MILWAUKEE.
All R Hit SH O
Tlglie, 2h 3
Seegar, p. .......3
Daniel, cf 3
Smith, if 4
Stooks, ss 4
rito, lb 2
Peny, 3li 3
Poit. c 3
McKornmi, if 2
0 0200000 02
Runs 0 3004003 10
13. II 01002100 4
Two-base Hit Friono.
Three boso hltB I.nflln and Burns.
Wild pitch Seegar.
Bases on balls Off Kllburn, 2; See
Struck out Dy Scegnr 9. Kllburn S.
Dottblo plas A. Shafcr-Lnffln.
Kllburn pitched 7 Innings; Krleno
pitched 2 Innings.
THREE MEN DOBATTLE
FOR HANDBALL HOMS
The; handball schedule at the Y. M.
C. A. U Hearing completion. This
week, lleckcrt and Webster have a
match to play, which Is tho only ono
of the three outstanding games which
can affect the outcome of the scries.
Then tho winner" of this go must
play with John Ilaptlstc, tho present
lender of tho scries.
Each of the two men who now
meet, lleckcrt and Webster, has won
1G matches and lost 3. They have
never plajed with each other In the
course of the present schedule.
John llnptlstc, tho only man who
has them going, has won 17 and lost
3 matches. So the outcome of the
scries is probably a week or to off
Joo Castro, the warm wonder, offi
cially designated as tho 'telephone
smasher," wants to go in tho ring
with Young Nelson. Joo issues his
dell through the columns of tho Bul
letin. Ho hns been In th'e ring
twenty-eight times, nnd with some of
tho best one, and he says that ho be
liccs ho could put it on tho boy who
hns lately been showing up bo well in
tho local boxing game. Castro was
well known to Eports hero in the
Camp JlcKlnlcy days, llo was onco
in tho ring with Jack McPadden, but
pleaded lack of condition for his de
feat at; that time.
Joo wants until August 15th to get
Into condition, after when ho Is anx
ious toigo with Young Nelson at any
time for fifteen rounds.
Totals 27 2 2 1 21 12 10
AnRlllISIJ O A E
Laffln, 2b 4 I 0 O 2 2 0
M. Shafor, c 5 1 1 1 10 1 (I
Kennedy, cf S 1 0 0 1 T) 0
A. Sliafcr, ss I 1 1 0 0 2 0
C. Ilyrnos. 3b 4 1 0 0 0 t 0
Krclno, If 1 2 1 0 1 I) 0
I'cter, lb 4 2 1 0 11 0 1
Salhcrs, if I 1 0 0 0 n o
Kllburn, p t 0 0 0 1 3 0
Totals SS 10 4 1 2fi 12 1
U. S. O. MILWAUKEE.
1 2 3 I 5 fi 7 8 !)
Itll'JR 2 000 II 000 O 2
Hlto ball results, July 20th: IIIlo
0, II.. A. C. 3; Mooheau vs. Nanlwn
Fame postponed, former team making
the Vnjcnnn trip.
j Standings of the teams in tho llilo
Mooheau . . .
11. A. C IB
Next Sunday's games:
1:30 p. m. Nanlwn s. II. A. C.
3:00 p. m. IIIlo vs. Mooheau.
The Santa Claras aro showing up
In oer better foim. Thcio will bo
something doing when they mix it
with opponents from now on, nnd es
pecially when they go against tho.
Big League Will Have
Half a Dozen
At laBtl The umplro question Is
Bcttled. In fnct, the matter has been
nicely adjusted, In the interests of
The system adopted Is not new
here. "Diogenes" I'nt Oleasou nnd
Eddie Fernandez were appointed a
committee to pick an umpire, and
they have picked. They, with the
league, have adopted a plan by which
the Honolulu Dnscball League has
not n permanent umpire at all. Flvo
or six men are picked, and the teams
which are to play have the discretion
of picking tho man or men to do tho
act. Then they have to keep quiet.
Tho plans thus outlined have been
used here before, with mnrkod suc
cess. Among the men who will prob
ably handle tho indicator In tho fu
ture nre Fernandez of tho Jewels,
Hampton of tho Puns, Lemon of the
Knms, Harney Joy of tho Saints,
Charles Albright, unattached, and
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OILED FIELD COMPLETE
m jnp baselall
Plans for winter baseball, when
tho hecond halt of the Honolulu Base
ball Leaguo schedule Is pau, are al
ready pretty well matured. The dia
mond at Fort Shatter, on which tho
soldiers havo been working faithful
ly for some time. Is now complete,
nnd will givo tho Knlihls a place In
which to begin their playing, in caso
their own diamond In Kalllil Is not
finished by the tlmo their schedule
ought to start.
Tho diamond at Fort Shatter Is
skinned nnd oiled, nnd will be n nice
plnco In which to play, at any ovent.
The Kalllil field Is to be skinned,
also, nnd will be worked to the very
best of condition. The convict gang
Is now at work, getting stones out of
tho site. Though work is progress
ing slowly, it Is hoped that this field,
which is to be the best-skinned dia
mond ever constructed here, will be
ready for use as soon as the Hono
lulu League is pau.
The five teams which will take
part In winter baseball this year aro
the Roads and tlrldgcs nine, tho Fort
Shaffers, the Kalllil A. C. the Wat-
leles, and tho Tidal Waves.
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On and after AUOUST 1ST I will
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branches of woik in the
and shall be pleased to have both old
and new friends call on me. And, as
Sharp Sign Shop
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Saturday, Aug. 1st
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OPPOSITE YOUNG H0TEI
Tho game yesterday proved some
thing of a disappointment, as most oC
the mid-week bull held In this place
does. The game was not anything
like tlioso tho crowds have been sco
Ing on Saturday and Sunday this
jear, and which they should see at
this week end, nccordlng to tho Indi
cations and forecasts.
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Krleno yesterday did something
which hns never been seen In this
city before. He pitched winning bull
with both hands In one Inning.
Starting things with his right, and
seeming too Btrong tor tho sailors, ho
changed off to his left, and still they
could not bat his offerings.
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The regular gymnasium classes of
tho Y. M. C. A. start the 1st of Sep
tember, meeting Monday and Thurs
day nights tor the seniors.
Tho boxing gnino Is somewhat dead
In Honolulu Just now. Taking a rest
until tho Pacific Fleet nrrlvc3, it
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Newsboys yesterday played ball,
tho Outsldcs defeating the Insldcs by
a score of 22 to 12.
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Kelly and Kctchcl fight Friday.
jiwii jnp$ in
Tho Wahlawa team defeated Wal
ulua nt baseball last Sunday by a
score of 0 to 2. The Walaluitf crack
pitcher, Frank Deponte, was'no mys-'
tery to the pineapple boys this trip,'
and only good support held tho score
down, The Wnhlawns aro now look
ing for tho) third Kama, to decide the;
scries, and hopo that Wnldlua" will'
accept their challenge
Mr. Ilrjaii Is to bo credited with
having apparently secured his own
renomlnatlon without patronage of
any tort. Whether this moro illus
tuitcs tho helplessness of n man need
not now e determined. Brooklyn
The WotHy Edition of the avenlng
Bulletin give a compleU summary of
(he ntws .( the day.
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